The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00512

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t I 4 Black football fans dissatisfied
ty f SP with Dolphin Coach
George Wilson's handlingof

Black players Read
b "From Where I Sit" on

page 4.

Slumlords Want


,, Codes KilledThree 47, No. 4 PRICE: 15<

landlords, who own MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1969

( h low-cost housing, filed two
suits in Circuit Court last II I Ih \

I! Thursday to have Metro and 111'f',: f

Miami's minimum housing r itl l t
codes wiped off the books.

Abe Schonfeld, Dunbar H.
Johnson and W. B. Hovey say
they have been cited for vio- '

lations of codes which are vague "

-T constitutional., unenforceable, and not ; ": :

City of Miami Police Chief Bernard L. Garmire congratulates three nev,, The Codes now providefor .

black policemen. (Left to right), Officer Hiram H. Turner, Officer Arnold B fixtures and installationsthat

Albury, Jr., and Officer Winston I. Griffin receive the chief's handshake, afte! were not required when
the built and
dwellings were ,
graduation I from Miami's Police Academy Sept. 12. They are recruits ol f rr the cost of adhering to the

"Operation Badge," an intensive continuing program to attract qualified I codes would in some cases'' 'fI "

police candidates. Miami-Metro Department of Publicity & Tourism photo. exceed the value of the prop; ,. 'it. '' _,.,,._.......
erties, the suits say.

, Kershaw And Matthews
Two Teens HeldIn .i,it
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t, ,, Representative Joe L. State Rep. Lavon Ward, Fort
I Two teenagers were arrested 16, of 2654 NW 47th St., and Kershaw and,Attorney JamesW. Lauderdale, and J. D. Car-
by Metro Investigators Herbert Lee Tuff, 15, of 1763 Matthews have been appointed penter, president of the
Monday night and charged with NW 49th St., were being held to the State Commission Truck Drivers union local of
I first-degree murder in the without bond in Dade County on Human Relations The Jacksonville.The .
shooting of a 43-year-old Chinese legislation creating the Commission -
,\ grocer during an armed jail.Senior Juvenile CourtJudge ... 4 we was sponsored by commission is an advisory -
robbery attempt. Donald Stone ordered the pair: A.'e. +r4 a WelaWi Rep. Kershaw in the last legislature body created to help
I The less, held / prevent racial and religious
Ii pair: was picked up ,pending a preliminary ?
than nine hours after Bay Ah hearing i n, Juvenile Court. discrimination The governorand
I In addition to Kershaw and the president of the Senate
,: Tom 'was shot down Monday This wag not the first via ,
Matthews House ,Speaker 'each will:appoint six' mem- j
, morning in his twin brother's 'lence at Joe's 46th St. Mar i
grocery shop at 2390'NW 46th ket. In the past 18 months, "'- Fred Shultz named Hills- bers.
borough County Sheriff Mal- commission will be
there have been six armed :
colm Beard, George -headed by the lieutenant
Police said Eddie Davis Jr., robberies at the store. governor
hurst Mayor of Crestview; .
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Miamian Assigned To Dr. Jesse Lee Allen,teacher -.
at the University of Miami
and assistant director of the
Penn State ROTC StaffA Florida Desegregation has rsy ,Y
named the firstblackas-

sistant school .superintendent -
new assistant professorof ,ity Army Flight program.A in,Virginia.The .
military science has been qualified fixed wing and
School Board was ex-
assigned to the Army ROTC rotary wing pilot, with two pected to ,follow the recom-
Instructor Group at the Penn- years service in Southeast
mendation of E. L. Lamberth,
I 1F 4S f sylvania State University.Major Asia, Major McDuffy has to
school superintendent,that the
Clifford a his credit 1700 hours flying
McDuffy, native 38-year-old native of Durham,
of Miami, joined the Department combat assault missions In
i N.C., be elected to the top
.ryn of Science of the His
Military support Infantry.
administrative echelon of the
after ,completing the Infantry decorations Include the Expert
, 56,000-student system. The,
Officer's Advanced Course at Infantryman Badge. Army
Job $20,550 a
pays year.
Floridian. Serves As Fort Benning, Georgia. Ha is Aviator Wings, Parachutist The action would make Allen
a graduate of the Florida AiM Badge. Bronze Star Medal with the first black to serve directly -
University and received a B.S. Oak Leaf Cluster, ,Air Medal I under school
superintendent DR. JESSE L. ALLENAs
degree' In Education and his with 35 Clusters, and two in Tidewater and one of
Acting New York Mayor commission In the Army awards of the Vietnamese comparatively few membersof assistant director of toe '

through the ROTC program. Cross of Gallantry.Major Mc- his race to hold a decision- ,:j Federally financed Florida Desegregation -
Major McDuffy Is assigned to Duffy, his wife, Iva, and theirtwo
The New York City Department Kelly and Miami Mayor Robert making position in a large i consulting center
of Social Services an:- King High during their: guber- the basic course and Is the children reside at 117 school system. Mien worked as an advisor
nounced that Robert F. Carroll natorial bids In 196566. Mr. Flight Coordinator for the Clearview Avenue, State Col' Allen, who is an assistant i t to school districts attempting;

special assistant to the Carroll also helped to coordinate ,.Pennsylvania State Universe lege, Pa. professor at Miami, will be in |t to: find the best methods of desegregating ,
Commissioner and Directorof State Senator Ben Hill charge of special education, ,I .
Public Information and Griffin's successful campaignfor Applications Now Being adjustlve services, pupil per- .
Communications will serve as re-election in, 1966. sonnel and guidance. All of
these departments deal with Boy Efecfroct/fed
Acting Mayor (night mayor)on
Friday, Sept. 19. Mr. Carroll became the Accepted By OIC the physical, academic and
first Director of Minority Re- disciplinary problems of pu
Acting Mayor (night mayor) lations for the, Florida State Applications are now being The courses, under the direction By FanFouryearold
is a duty assigned to all high Democratic Executive Com- :accepted for the beginning of certified teachers, new school official Is

:city officials. The assignment. mittee in early 1967 for a short i c ourses in the Opportunities, will be held In the classroomsof a graduate of North Carol1DaCollege.lIewasthefirstblack Michael
'involves their providing 24 period just prior to moving to !]ndustrllization[ 'Cen- the New Covenant Presbyterian ]J Fletcher of 16800WV 19th Ave.
.hour mayoral coverage.during New York City as Director of I ter's: campaign to provide Church, 1221 NW 43rd to receive a master's degree "i was electrocuted in I his home
no-working hours. Public Relations for the I raining and,jobs for the unemployed Street. The sessions will be in education at Duke and the 'J]ast Thursday apparently whenie

Mr., Carroll, a native of .American Council for'Nationalitles i c and underemployedf from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., second of his race to receive 1 knocked over an electrican
Bartow, Fla. (whose mother, Services. < Dade County, it was an- Monday Thursday. Lengthof a doctorate.in education th'ere. which toppled on him.
,Mrs. Emma Carroll residesat i cI icunced today. the sessions will depend on He taught school In Waverly -
1435 Magnolia Street in Mr. Carroll'' is married to The, applications for what Is the trainees themselves and Va., and Durham before Metro homicide investigators -
Bartow) was well known in the former Gwendolyn Jackt t;er mId the "Feeder Pro- their qualifications. After going to the University of Mli i; expressed ,belief that arrayed
Florida political circles,having son of Gainesville. They re- |p-am" Is designed to give the completing courses in the ami where specialized in i j wire led to a short
served as administrative side in Jamaica, Long Island, I trainee motivational prepara- "Feeder Program," they will teaching school administration 'circuit on the outer portion of
assistant toStateJSenator Scott New York lon.: continued on page 10 # tie Ian.I .


2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969
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I m Farm Workers In Brazil Face Modem rslavery .t........ I


U you are a farm owner in der-privileged region. When wives and children can come."
Brazil you will pay somethinglike the $25 is paid for them they On arrival at their destination Ivar--
$2,500 for a car.However begin their new "life." the workers are told some rub } _
a farm worker can be''bought They must work for about other things by way of briefing.
for $25 all rights included,in four years without compensation Such as; "You must work firstto 4N,
the central and southern regions because their purchasermust pay for your trip. You are !
of Brazil, including the be repaid for underwriting not allowed to leave the farm.
nation's capital city of Bra- the costs of getting the No drinks or women. You will
silia. worker, such as the travel expenses work from sunrise to sunset. {
A modern version of slaveryhas from the north, the You will be informed when
existed in Brazil since meals during the 10-day trip, your debt is paid." : ,
1953, when President Jusce- and for the maintenance of the Unofficially, ithasbeen ,
lino Kubitscheck initiated the worker on the farm. All these estimated that about 4 million ... .
construction of the new capi "expenses" are fixed by the nordestinos' have been sold :
tal.In owner as remuneration for under this procedure in the :
general, here's how this work and interest on the past dozen or so years.
current peonage system "debt." Brazil's northeast is vastly
works; However that is not what the poorer than the more industrialized -
Daily, 60 young men-only workers are told by the recruiters and progressiveparts
healthy and strong ones- in their home re of the south. Many plans
from 20 to 30 years old, in the gions. What they are told is have been made to develop
impoverished northeast region this; northeast, but funds for doingso
of Brazil are offered as "Everything is better in the Invariably have been diverted
farmhands for about$25.They south. You'll make $1.50adayand to the interests of the (M Y
are selected from among 25 have a place to sleep and south. :
million inhabitants of that un- food to eat. After a while,your Slums in all of Brazil's
larger cities are preponder-

antly populated by persons _...___.__xx_._.m.._........on
from when they the see northeast.that their Women emi-, Living desperately Impoverished lives In barren shacks, this farm worker's I

Conference on National grating husbands will not return family. '_'n. ., haslhtle hope for the future.
sell what they have-
mostly their bodies to go be four times higher. recruiters usually truck through such leaders as Arch-
Franchising Scheduled south. When they arrive they A 17-year-oldboynewlyar- drivers who bring the young bishop Camara and Methodist
continue to do the only thing rived from the northeast men down south-to do a fine leaders arestron gly
they can. They become pros reportedly said: "I know that Job.This clamoring for basic social reforms
A nationalconference on minority franchisers and fran titutes.A anything can happen to me form of bondage is one in Brazil.But reaction
Minority Franchising will be chisees, and government sup- landowner has said: "If here. But I'm glad to be here.In of the grounds on which the ary groups say that these calls
held October 12-14 at the University ports to minority persons entering the government should in fact my region I know that my liberal wing of the Roman for reform Just pave the way to
of Chicago's Centerfor the field. try to stop the traffic in future would be impossible.Here Catholic Church in Brazil, Communism.
Continuing Education 1307 Thomas B. Jones, a black 'slaves' from the northeast for at least there is a possibility
East 60th Street,Chicago. The franchising consultant and panelist exploitation in the south, .the ."
two-and-a-half dayconference -, at the conference, suggests price of a sack of rice would This reasoning enables the V
will feature no formal I that the franchise system SA VEllit'
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969 3

Black Republicans Of Florida Plan for future Why Don't The NegroesAct


A group of black Florida Re- black membership in the vir- 25 key black republicans from there must be a new approachif Like The Irish
publicans meeting in Orlandoon tually lily white Republican around the state was keynotedby any inroads are to be madein
Saturday, September 13, party of Florida and to increase Earnest ackson, a Jack- the heavily democratic
under the banner of Concerned black participation in' sonville attorney and a long black constituency. "Our ef-
Somewhere in this diverse land there must boa WASP who is
Negro Republicans of Florida the activities of the time
party. democrat, recently turn- forts must have an economic
formulated plans and objec- The all day session at the ed republican. To the assem- oriented base which will give neutral on the whole racial confUct-If he exists he's stay-
tives designed to increase Sadler Hotel attended by ing out of sight.Everybody .
some blage, Jackson stated that hope to the masses of black
people and assure them that as
but everybody feels strongly about the matter and
Republicans we are concerned
does not wait to offer a solicited opinion. The convictions and
Assigned To American Embassy In EthiopiaEthiopia about fining solutions to their
economic problems stated principles pour forth in volumes wonderful to hear. And if a
statistician could keep his footing in such a torrent, he wouldno
Jackson. doubt be struck by the frequency with which a particular
of the "Hornof
part: Plans were completed for a
Africa," was the,destina- statewide fund raising banquet query is put.
tion of Miss Gloria J. Matthews by the organization to be held
Why don't the Negroes act like the Irish(Italians, Poles, Jews,
departed at the International Inn in '
Washington, D. C August 27, Tampa on Saturday evening, Polynesians, or whatever?
bound for Addis Ababa, the f November 29. I W. Williams, Now the question is asked in good faith and the speaker plows
capital of Ethiopia, where she the group's chairman, indi- into the answer demonstrating how every other group has madeit
Is assigned to the American cated that every effort would and if the Negroes only go cracking they could have a pieceof
Embassy as a Foreign Ser be made to get Governor Kirkas the pie like everyone else.
vice secretary., the banquet speaker. And there is generally an example or two around to supportthe
Recently appointed to the Williams was authorized to point. There is available a poor lazy black who is poor be-
Foreign service of the U. S. appoint a committee to planan cause he Is lazy.indtherelsa well-off industrious black who
Department: of State, she is all day workshop session is well off because he is industrious.The .
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. preceding the banquet. Speak- problem is that most blacks are poor,powerless and dis-
Arthur Matthews, Sr., 439 NW ing to this, Williams said he enfranchised through no fault of their own The reason is that
21st Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale. hoped to enlist the assistantof they don't Wit like the Irish, Italians, Poles,Jews, or even the
She will be living and workingin the National Council of Polynesians for that matter.
Addis Ababa for the next Concerned Afro-American

two years, where her secre- Republicans (N C C A A R) and Any immigrant who looked enough like the original English
tarial skills will play an Im- the Republican National Com- settlers had only to drop his accent and that unpronounceablename
portant part in carrying out mittee in planning the formatof and become an Englishman-American.
the objectives of the United the
workshop session. Emphasis -
States' mission. will be placed on The great opportunity that this country offered was to be a
In preparation for her first methods and approaches to use white Anglo-Saxon Protestant English-American. If one looked
overseas assignment, Miss to increase the number of behaved, and sounded properly, there was no inquiry into true
Matthews attended a three- black Republicans in the state origins. We were on the frontier and there was room, even
week orientation and training and how to erase or minimizethe need, for every man.
program at the Department's I Io negative attitudes of
Foreign Service Institute. blacks, generally toward the But quite aside from the slave experience,there has before or
This program is designedto Republican party since 1865 been no way that blacks could pass for white and
acquaint Foreign Service Some of the immediate goals become a part: of America. For the economic purposes of
personnel with diplomatic approved by the assemblywere slavery their color was made a badge of Inferiority and it has
procedures, matters of protocol > : never been a matter which could be overlooked.So .
and living and working ,I'
(1) E courage more partici-
conditions to blacks could have done .the Irish because their
they may expect -J.'::-%-" patloa by black Republicansin never as
find abroad.A blackness has been too important In the economic and social
County party affairs
graduate of Dillard High, GLORIA J MATTHEWSTo (&) Encourage and assist in evolution of America and they have therefore never been allow-
Miss Matthews earned a Busi- Africaas the organizing of Republican ed to become "white" end truly Americanized.How .
ness Education Certificate
in the Bureau home leave and to clubs.
a secretary assignment does it
from West Kentucky Voca-, go -
of African Affairs. another of the 300 embassies (3) Seek an exploratory
tional-Technical School Pa- meeting with Duke Crittenden,
ducah. Prior to her overseas After her tour of duty in Addis consulates the state chairman "Send me your huddled masses" 'i
abroad the U. S. Department : -
assignment she was employedfor Ababa, Miss Matthews will by "\ H,
a year in the Department: return to the United States for of State. fi

tinuing need for other travel-
Maritime Recruitment minded young women such as MODERATE RATES, CALL
Miss Matthews, who combine
good secretarial skills and experience -

Specialist AppointedThe and with a desire a sense to of serve adventure BONDED NIP!

their country. Information
appointment of Joe fore students to encourage ap- concerning these opportunities -
Scroggins, Jr. to the positionof plications from qualified can- may be obtained from the RENTAL tItAL
Maritime Recruitment didates. He will encourage ad- Employment Division, U. S.
Specialist was announced by ditional preparation from stu- Department of State, Washington -
A. E. Gibson, Maritime Ad- dents at the sophomore and D. C. 20520.
ministrator, U, Departmentof Junior high school level by MUCMbI ,
Commerce. Mr. Scrogginswill counselling and advising both ,,
be concerned with recruiting the students and their guidance
candidates for ad- counselors to ensure the long INC.i
mission to the U. S. Merchant range preparation: of those .
Marine Academy from mi- students who may wish to ap-
nority groups. He will also ply for entrance when in their k H<: L. L. BROOKS
furnish recruitment assis- senior year.Persons .
tance to the maritime industry
throughout the country,deter- seeking additional
mining specific problems involved information concerning ad- MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATINGIN

in hiring minority. mission to the United States DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
group employees. Merchant Marine Academymay
contact Mr. Scroggins at Community Recreation Center for teenagers and adultsA ti
As part of his efforts in disseminating -
information about the offices of the Maritime' Public Relations Department to assist you with your problems

Administration, Rm.'3737, 26 'Tenants concern will, stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing'
Federal Plaza, New York,
>,'1 N. Y. 10007 telephone area

code 212 264-2017 RENTS ARE,DUE IN ADVANCE .

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TICKETS COST times since eleven.l57tHere's 4J50 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

new light on
inflation; while most 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opo-locka MU,8-0617

prices have been rising, 20848 South Dixie Hwy, Cutler Ridge-CE 5-3553
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WE DELIVER. 754-3517. today is one-third less
Marine 6105 NW 7th Avenue than it was in 1957
the U. S. Merchant Chaa. C. North, Monagor There's no match for
Academy, 'a college level institution flameless electric'.. it's' HON. L. L. BROOKS, Prt.ldtnt

sponsoredbythe OFFICE HOURS the biggest bargain' GEORGE P. HARTH, Central Manager
e r D men t to provide officersfor :
in your budget! Director .
the U.S. Merchant Marine, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.SATURDAY : ,'.
,Mr. Scroggins will visit minority r=PII.M \,; If I lam' to enjoy| a better lilt' others meet live better too." L. L. Crooks
group schools and organizations
throughout the 9 a.m. to 12:30 Noon, r.o.a..o...--.-.S.VSN.-COMW
United States and speak be-

4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19. 1969 .

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The central issue in the current hassle between the Miami
Transit Authority and the Fraternal Order of Transit Employes WHYAREN'T
'Chas been wages up until Wednesdaywhenablack union official THERE
i charged the MTA with racial discrimination. This really up- ANY BLACkS ON VJ
set the MTA boys because discrimination was the most dis- \ THE DOLPHINS

tant things from their minds. OFFENSIVE
We can't say whether or not the MTA is guilty of discrimi- f TEAM?

nation, but if you take a look at the record you just might won 7"
der. There are more than 1,000 employes in the Miami Tran-
sit Authority of which about 80 per cent are black. Sixty five
per cent of the 660 bus drivers are black. There are no black ., ?lwyo/a is

t supervisors at MTA. And we need not tell you that the five 7- ""', ,:' ..
I man board who runs MTA is lily white. .
I '
| MTA Board Chairman Raymond W. Butler and National C ity
Management Company local boss R, A. Hauer will quickly tell
you that none of the blacks have been able to pass the test for
supervisors. But we've heard that test story before.We don't

y feel a man needs to be a college graduate to ride up and down I
the routes to keep check that the buses are on schedule. Even
Mr. Hauer himself will admit that the test for supervisors is FROM WHERE I SIT

not relevant and should be changed.A To Be Equalby 11 it
recent survey by the MTA disclosed that 64.5 per cent BY BILL McBRIDE

"Of his passengers earn less than$6,000 per year and, of these,
'than half don't much And when Whitney M. Young,Jr.
(amore earn as as $3,000. we
'talk of people earning less than $3,000 a year we are talking Executive Director National Urban League ',; Does Racism Make
,about black people. With such a large percentage of MTA's 'f\'f "
riders being black, it should stand to reason that blacks should '
be represented on its board. Metro commissioners should A Civil Rights Story :r. % Dolphins Losers?

,consider this fact whenever the next vacancy occurs. Ie-
i The union has reduced its demands by more than 50 per The story is a familiar one to Americans, the kind of tale ; .*.
'cent. Now it is time for MTA to make some concessions. We we've become used to in recent years.

hope there won't be a bus strike because the,people it will An ,oppressed minority denied, decent housing, jobs, and While the Miami Dolphins are not one of the winnlngesf
hurt most are the ones least able to be hurt- the poor blacks. equal protection of the laws. It complains of police brutalityand teams in professional football, they do hold the distinction of
bitter"discrimination. There are demonstrations and protests being the most unique team in either league. and have Introduced -

Sp/ro Agnew Does It AgainVice a "new look" to the modern play-for-pay versionof
An incident1 occurs. Rioting starts. Bands of young toughs invade the 100-year-bid sport.: "

President Spiro Agnew simply does not understand.It the minority community, beating people at random. The
'would appear that the spokesman for the administration is minority group fights back. Blood flows The riots spread from From where I sit, it goes without saying that an all-white
'attempting to placate the white southerners relative to school the largest city to smaller ones. Houses burn to the ground. offensive team is a "new look." This "new look" is defi-

'integration and deprive black children of the opportunities to Barricades are erected, and special police squads shoot up nitely unique because the Dolphins is the only team among the
get a quality education.It minority neighborhoods. 26 comprising the American (10)) and National (16) Football
causes one to wonder whether the administration believes Finally, troops,are flown in to restore order. After a few leagues devoid of a black offensive starter. Every other team
in only one kind of "law and order:" The oppression of black days, the smoke of battle lifts and the toll is taken. Eight has at least two black offensive starters. some as manyas

Americans. The failure of the school districts throughout the people are dead, 800 injured. five.

south to obey the mandate the Supreme Court is clearly a Representatives of the majority community are appalled at Is this by coincidence or design?
disregard for "law and order," to which the administrationhas what happened. They promise some reforms,but basically they Ask self-respecting black football tJ.n'as this writer
admit they're just trying to reduce tensions. "We can't do in any
now given its blessings. has done on countless occasions, and he'll promptly tell you
three days, what we failed to do in 300 years," one leader
Simply stated, the southern states have another ally: The it is the latter.
Vice President of the United States,the Nixon administration is says.
beginning to show its true colors; white only. The minority is watchful,fearful.They distrust the majoritythat Most of them will tell you that the Dolphins is a racist organization -
We wonder If the Vice President would speak out against has oppressed them. They don't want to take down the bar- from the front office right down to Coach George

busing black troops to the front lines of integrated bloody ricades that give them a little protection. Theyawait the next Wilson and will go on and cite what appears to be legiti-
.Viet Nam? We wonder if the Veep would speak against busing blows, preparing to defend themselves while counting their mate reasons for their adverse feelings... Such as the abrupt
black votes to the integrated polling places last November to dead and injured. cutting of Rudy Barber who later charged in the daily press
Vote for his party? A country is torn apart by communal warfare. The whole that he got the axe only because he was black Continue to
Our Vice President would do good to read the words of a world watches, shaking its head in disbelief,wondering why it listen and you'll hear about the cutting of Sam Price without
great, American, Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. all happened,why the two groups can't see that it's in their own giving him ample opportunity to prove himself. And then
"The arch of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward interests to come together and remove the social and economic there's the case of coach George Wilson's flat refusal to play
justice" barriers that led to death and destruction.Yes speed merchants Gene Milton and "Mercury" Morris
it's a familiar story to Americans, but it's not about except in
spots. ,Blacks and whites alike,will tell you that
America. It's about Northern Ireland. The ciyjl rights conflict Milton and Morris 'are the most exciting players, with the
Don'f Cop Out On, Dropouts wasn't between whites and blacks,but between Protestants and possible exception of Abner Haynes, ever to don a Dolphin

The Rev. J. Kenneth Major, rector of the Church of the Incarnation the Catholic minority It wasn't black leadership demanded uniform ,and find it difficult to understand why coach Wilson
complete it Irish Catholic
equality; was leadership demanding insists on keeping them
warming the bench.
has caused quite a stir among: Episcopalians in,thee full rights for Catholics in Northern Ireland.A .

:South Florida Diocese by his charges of Diocesan budgeting familiar story, but onethattookplacefarfrom Detroit or While I won't be so damming as to charge the Dolphin organization -
staff pulling a cop out on his dropout program. Newark. So of the elements involved similar with
I many are that it being a racist one, I must join forces with the
Father Major expressed serious doubts'about the church is impossible for an A mer lean to view the situation without huge throng who Is not satisfied with George's handling of
justifying its existence in this community eliminating$10- drawing parallels with his own country. his black players. I too am of the firm belief that in Gene
000 from the for the of Youth Industries Inc.
budget support Black people immediately(identified with the oppressed Ca- Milton, the former Florida A&M flash, the Dolphins have the
This project trains and employs dropouts from schools and tholic minority. They saw people .- white people for a change potential of one of the mostexplosive flankers in the AFL .
M ,other rehabilitation programs. The program was Initiated and discriminated and like the other irate fans
-- being against brutalized. 11leymowwhat find it difficult to understandwhy
,still, is supervised by the Church of the Incarnation. it is like, and their sympathies went out to the oppressed.But he is not used more often at this position. Morris electri-
Bishop James L. Duncan is sympathetic to Father Major'scause fied the fans with second
many whiteAmericanswereabletolookat the Irish sit- a dazzling 105-yard kick-off return (
and said he that Individual parishes would absorb
hoped uation and understand the legitimate grievances of the Catholic longest In AFL history and the longest ever by a Dolphin) to
such projects in their areas.However,the Liberty City parish minority. The irrational American color prejudice was no Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. While Milton, sent in
cannot be called of the affluent in the dio-
one more parishes longer a factor. the oppression felt by the Catholic minoritywas as flanker by a desperate George Wilson trajling by 6 points
cese. Immediately felt by many Americans previously indif- and with only 34 seconds left to play, used his blinding speedto
ferent to the sufferings of the black minority in their own coun- zoom past his defender to haul in a 49-yard pass from Bob

Wake Up, Model City try. Greise which, in my opinion, would have gone for a game
Perhaps this experience will change the attitudes of these winning touchdown if thrown perfectly.
Distressing news come to us from Howard M. Neu, chair- white Americans. I hope they'll be, able to make the mental
man of the county's Library Advisory Board. Black citizens lead from the Irish situation to their own,and understand that Now George, we ask you: What are you going to do about
raised plenty hell last year when it was discovered that there sympathy and support for Irish Catholic civil rights has to be the two M's (Milton and Morris)next week?What does a black
was not a single public library in the,entire Model City area. joined by support for the demands for equality black people player have to do to earn a spot on your offensive team?
So $50,000 was put into the 1968 budget for a library in the here. We agree that Stan Mitchell and Jim.Kilck are both good
area. Since then the allocation has been upped to $100,000.But Americans of Irish and Catholic backgrounds'especially hard nosed runners, but neither has the speed to turn the cor-
where to build the library has been left to the Model should note the similarities.One of the most frustrating things ner and go all the way.It .

City agency, and it seems nobody is doing anything about find- about the American scene is the vocal opposition to equality, is a proven fact that football fans just love to see a
Ing a location 'on which to build the much needed facility., by people who belong toethnic groups thathave suffered simi- speedy break-away threat get his hands on the pigskin. This
We suggest that the Model City Governing Board move with lar oppression abroad. break-away threat also goes a long way in keeping the defense
dispatch In finding a'suitable location. If you don't know whereto Italians, and others have been in the forefront of opposition to honest. The Dolphins are fortunate to have in Milton and

r look, try the south side of NW 54th Street between 10th and blacks The Irish civil rights struggle should bring home to Morris two such threats. Now, we ask again. Why do they
22nd Avenues. such individuals the fact that what black people are struggling spend most of their time warming the bench?
Further missing out on federal for is the and for which their
procrastination may mean same dignity equality compatriotsacross Does George Wilson have a phobia against developing a black
matching funds. This luxury we cannot afford. the ocean are fighting. offensive star here 1 Miami?



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969 5
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Black Profiles

Of CourageBy i:

Lou LuTourFrederick "

H O'NealFrederick 'f Izi

: O'Neal, President of Actors' Equity Associa- r
tion and the one Negro man whom we can give the credit for
bringing live theatre back to Ford's (the Ford Theatre in
Washington, D. C. where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated
April 14, 1865)) as a living tribute to Lincoln. It took courage Y4i
S for such an 'act, although it did involve members of Actors'
f Equity who took hold of the idea O'Neal presented concern-
ing making the Ford Theatre "a living tribute" to Lincoln by
presenting the classics he saw and enjoyed Instead of going
ahead with the museum-type: plan worked out by the Washington -
Park Service. Since it would take several pages to tell
how this great feat was accomplished, we refer any of our interested ''hf
readers to the July 1968 edition of the magazine, The I. JUDGE
American Federation, pages 16 to 19 inclusive. HA TNT4

O'Neal succeeded Ralph

Bellamy, in 1964 when he became *
President of Actor's ,; JUDGE HAYNSWORTHS RECORD

Equity after having served the PROVED CONSERVATIVE ENOUGH
organization as its Vice Presi- TO PROVOKE THE OPPOSITION OF

dent for several years; and at BOTH GEORGE MEAN PRESIDENT
this time, 1969 he is still guiding -; OF THEA.f.L-CJ.O.ANDROY

the organization asa k 1 WLKIHS.MMOF THEN.AACP.'

courageous, forwardgoing &OTH ORGANIZATIONS SERVED
responsible Individual whose NOTICE
presence always commands OPPOSKHIS SENATE CON'IRMATION. -
attention. His Interests are in
creating not only better theater
and better theatre conditionsfor
those in the field,bur in all 't"Nfr ,\)

the related areas where peo-
ple must enjoy some kind of Iras Till, II\N" hilt i'llibIIINT!

activity for either pleasure or
t,; a livelihood. He-is a member of the National AFL-CIO Civil ,
r Rights Committee as well as the New YorkCity Central Labor
Council's Civil Rights Committee; a member of the Board of Bayard
the institute for Advanced Studies in Theatre Arts, American
Society of African,Culture, Friends of the Theatre & Music
Collection Museum of the City of New York;National Confer-
ence of Christian and Jews (Manhattan Region); Catholic Interracial Rustin
Council(treasurer) and chairman of the Harlem Cultural By Booker T. Hayes yl A

.t Council. Other organizations which also enjoy getting

if some of Fred ,O'Neal's precious time include the Freedom Speaks I "Do Your Own Thing"If
National Bank where he serves'on the Advisory Board; Symphony
,, ,, .
of the New World National Urban League LEA program -
n ; ;
( asked my opinion as to the best phrase coined dur- VJ
Chr.); The Foundation for the Extension and Develop- The Robin "Hood of The ing' decade, I have do doubt that'my reply would be "do J
ment of the American Professional Theatre; the A. Phillip '
your own thing. I say this because I see the phrase: as more
Institute and the Actors' Guild.
3 Randolph Negro than Just a slang expression, or shield for those whose actions -

Mr. O'Neal was born in Mississippi.The family moved to Ruling ClassThe or practices might differ from the accepted norm. I see
: St. Louis, Missouri in 1920 where he attended public schools it as the means for mutual acceptance admiration between
and organized,the Aldridge Players( a community theatre) in Nixon Administration's decision to call for a delay on people. I see It as the go between uniting the different classes
1 1927. He moved to New York City in 1936 and founded the school integration in Mississippi clearly' indicated that the divided by status, and I see it as an explanation of the various
r American Negro Theatre in 1940. In New YorkCity he studied President 'is responding to pressures from Southern segregationists endeavors worthy of man's indulgence. Every now and then an
at the New Theatre School, American Theatre Wing, and with And now the tax bill which he has submitted to expression is coined by an individual or group and is immediately -
private instructors including Kamarsajefsky, Lem Ward,John Congress suggests that he is giving in to pressure from another adopted as a by word by millions, of people. In many
Bond, Doris Sorrel, Benjamin Zemach and others. He also quarter from the corporations and from the very instances, where the phrase is catchy, the real significance
I initiated and helped to organize the British Negro Theatre in wealthiest individuals In America. The only people, It seems, or meaning is never explored. Such is the case with "do your
London in 1948. upon whom Nixon has turned his back are Negroes of all clas- own thing," few people really understand the depth of this
ses and salaried workers of every race. phrase. They use it as a result of its popularity, and give,littleor
His willingness to study and his ability use his talent have The American system of taxation is extraordinarily com- no thought to the implications. Most people now usingit
kept,him before the public In a most excellent, way. He has plex. Corporations and men of great wealth hire lawyers who are Justifying their own actions.They fall to realize it must
been In theatre, motion pictures, radio and television for over have been specially trained in the Intricate,ways of findingtax be applied to others and their right to do their thing.If .
35 years. He served with the armed forces (1942-43) ago loopholes for their clients. Needless to say,salaried people
attached to 93rd Inf. Division. During the Fall term, he was can't afford to hire such lawyers, and even if they could, we really understand the meaning implied by the phrase,
visiting professor at Southern Illinois University and at Clark they would be unable to take advantage of the loopholes that are we are willing to make allowances for man's achievementsand
College in the Spring of 1963. He has also lectured at other designed to benefit only the rich. Yet all the while these peo- his weaknesses. We are willing to accede to each Indi-
schools and conducted as well as participated in forums. Semi- ple, who earn more than the poverty level of $3500 a year but vidual our blessings in his particular endeavors, so long as
nars and other culturally related programs in various parts of less than the $9500 It costs to maintain a moderate standardof they don't infringe on the rights of others. We will be willing
the country.He living, are forced to bear the heaviest burden of taxation. to acknowledge the fact that there are achievers and non-
The tax reform bill passed by the House of Representativesin achievers, and be willing to respect the rights of each despitethe
Is the recipient of several honors,among which are: Doc- August was an attempt to remedy some of these Inequities.But category in when he is classified. We will know the real
tor of Fine arts degree, Honorary, from Columbia College, now President Nixon has presented his own bill to Congress significance of this phrase is that it grants us the right to be
Chicago in June 1966; National' Urban League Award In 1965; which seeks to undo most of the positive aspects of different, to do things differently, and yet, not leave us vul-
the Hoey Award from the Catholic Interracial Council in 1964; the House proposals. nerable to the indignities of our brothers tt sanctions the right 4
David W. Petegorsky Award for Civic Achievement from the the to to react individual basis to the situation nd it offers
Nixon's bill is a classic example of taking from poor on an same
American Jewish Congress ((1964); and the Ira Aldridge give to te rich. He is the Robin Hood of the ruling class. The room, for expansion by those with creative ability. Most ;
Award from the Association for the Study of Negro Life and major benefit Nixon is offering the rich is a 2% reduction in Important of all is that we can no longer condemn a person
History(1963)). He has also won many acting awards, and received the corporate tax rate; This would save corporations $1.7 because his methods or results may differ from that which we
,a citation from the New England Conference, the Ohio billion a year. He is also proposing to make the top tax rate might hope to derive.It .
Community Theatre Association, New York Central Labor on earned Income 50%, something which would benefit only
Council and many, many others. the moneyed individuals in the highest tax brackets. In addi- has always been my belief that we must accept or reject i

of services tion, he Is asking the Senate to leave almost Intact two other people on the basis of their relationship us as individuals.As .
Fred O'Neal's life is like a merry-go-round' '
keepshim"knee work sources of bounty for the rich which were attacked by the a group we suffer from too much'unprovoked dislike of
and such deep'10 ,
which benefit others
best of life with House bill capital gains loopholes and Interest earned each other. I don't feel any of us are capable of passing judge4'
but he does take time out to enjoy the things
from the purchase of state and local bonds. ment on 'a person's 'character without first getting to know
wife Charlotte who always says, The,
his pretty and brilliant ,
in the
that person. We have come a long way field of human
spotlight Is for Fred, not for me. Nixon hpes to compensate for the revenue lost through such
look at individual
relations, but when the time comes that we can an -
tax relief for the rich the tax relief for the
-- -------rrrrw by reducing poor.
and truthfully analyze his character, we will have
r--------- has asked the Senate to add billion to the
He $2.5 Houseproposed
---------------l really arrived.Untll we are able to do this,I feel we should
tax burden for individuals and families in the low and
I '
recognize the right of others to find a cause where'we cannot,
I' Womi Times II middle Income I brackets. Taxpayers earning less than$11,000 to find enjoyment and pleasure in things we do not and to do
6530 NW 15th Avenue I but more than the poverty standard, for example, would be things we will not. If any of us are willing to accept these
Florida 33H7 deprived of benefits from the,"low Income allowance." The characteristics in others, we should be among the loudest of
I 1 1I Administration also proposed a smaller increase in the stan- those "
I now saying your own thing.
< dard deduction, a step which would save the government over
I Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 t $600 million. In 'addition, the tax relief for single persons

to cover the cost of ,a one year subscription I II would be reduced by about onethird.The and by extension, at the poor themselves. The fact that manyof
I significance of Nixon's tax bill at a time when the nation these poor happen also to be black can only feed the flamesof
I 1 to the Miami Times. ', is experiencing a tax revolt by low and middle income racial hostility. Racial,polarization helped Nixon become

I 1 groups should not be missed. Nixon's proposals, if accepted. President, and on its persistence his power depends. And
-I Mol"Pope, T. I. would Increasa the economic ,frustrations of working class while the poor and the almost poor,take out their frustrations
I I America which feed backlash sentiment. The problem is that against each other, Nixon and his allies can rest in comfort,
,, I Add I much of the hostility,resulting from these frustrations will not for the grievous:social ills of this nation do not reach as far
I City jiot._ Zip 1 Coel. I be directed at the wealthy, but remote, interests which put as Wall Street, nor has the cry of the ghetto been heard in the

} rwwr rrww_ rrw__! the pressure on Nixon, but at Federal programs for the poor,. inner chambers of the White House.

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,BY CLARICE -::' .
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I am only one, but I am one. k ,

I can't do everything,
But I can do something, ____ _
And what I can do, that I ought to do, r __

And what I ought to do,

By the grace of God, I will do. 1 I IE IMp

-AnonymousBeautifying '

your community is always a worthy project.But OSU

where do you start? Planting flowers, trimming trees, pulling Louisia Belinda Wynn, has
down old signs are rather pleasant ways to begin. But
been granted a professionalleave
the basic problem to solve Is right in your own backyard, and I a ff" iiIIij. of absence from the

it's not so pleasant. ,
Dade County Board of public
Garbage disposal is hardly a glamorous subject,but did you d instruction to study developmental
know that it is the third most expensive service in all com
reading at Ohio State
munities? Only schools and roads cost us more.Our disposal A HANDSHAKE AND A MILK SHAKE combined in King's Inn & University this fall. She will

bill runs close to $3 billion a year, according to the Depart Golf Club Cafe Carnival I to congratulate winners of that hotel's Sunshine leave the city September 25
ment of Health Education and Welfare.
What's the solution? A typically modern way- with plastics Sweepstakes which provides valuable cash awards to those employees who to begin the year-long periodof

and paper. The trick Is turned with disposable bags, big smile and provide all courtesies to visiting Grand Bahama Island tourists. study. Louisia selected was one from of 19

heavy ones. They're strong enough to hold up exposure to the Left Adams recipients
to right, Sylvia Employee Training Counselor; Charles Schlak- throughout the nation to par-
elements and helps the elimination of attraction for flies,
ats and pests. man, Managing Partner; Sylvia Moss and Monica Flowers, Cafe Carnival tie ipa t e in the reading pro

Don't let !beauty to to waste. waitresses and Lionel Evans, cafe Carnival Manager. gram._ The fellowship grant is
1 A' c lr Ir"n ith
in these days of overcrowded schools,tensions and violence, ui the amount ui ytiytitiu w
the waiver of all fees and tui-
young people need all the help they can get If they are to become

good citizens and happy, well-adjusted individuals. OfC Elects Board of DirectorsThe tions.Louisia was interested in
Girls particularly need the security and understanding of

trained leaders whom they respect. They need to belong to a 1969-70 Board of Directors ershlp specialist,Greater Miami Calvin Jones, a student at business at Florida A&MUnir"

group that meets for recreation, homemaking activities, citi- of the Opportunities Urban League; James Miami-Dade Junior College; versity. She received a Bachelor a

zenship and ways of finding themselves. Industrilization Center of Cherry, coordinator of pre- Mrs. Georgia Jones, an insurance of Education degree from r
the of Miami and
It is In this area that the Girl Scouts of America, shine a Dade County has been elected, employment training, Lindsey agent; Rev. KennethJ. University
has done further at the
bright light of encouragement. Scouting provides a full-pro- it wus announced today. Hopkins; and Richard P. Dunn, Major, vicar Church of the study
gram for girls from seven through seventeen. Girl Scouting counselor, Miami-Dade Jun- incarnation; Miss Altamease University of Miami and '

serve children of all races, religious, social and economic William A. Wynn, Jr., director ior College, north campus. Mays, teacher's aide, EOPI Florida Atlantic University.

backgrounds.Call of Agency Operationsfor Mrs. Dorothy Edwards, assistant Headstart; A. D. Moore, Insurance She is looking forward to an ;t

your Girl Scout council today. the United Fund,was elected principal, Northwestern executive; Harold E. intensive but stimulating study '

Mrs. Flossie Mack vacationed in Houston, Texas. Flossie, chairman of the bard. Sr. High School; T. Wil- Oliver, administrator of period. IsGOULDS'

was the houseguest of Mrs. Marion Lyman. lard Fair, executive director, EOPI's Concentrated Employ
Gilbert Fox attended the funeral of his father, Mr. Edward Rev. Jacob Cohen, pastorof Urban League; Henry Goa, ment program; Garth C. MEN CLUBTo
the Church of God in Christ '
Fox, Nassau on September ?. teacher, Dade board of public Reeves, editor of the Miami all members of the
is the vice-chairman
Charles H. Jones, instructor In French at Ponce deLeon Mrs. Josefina Harvin a; Instruction; Walter Green,local Times; Mrs. Fannie Thurston, Goulds Men's Club, you are

Junior High School, has been invited to be guest lecturer forone housewife and member of,the businessman; and Zachary a BPIteacher, member of Del asked to be present at 2 p.m.!

,of seven series covering Black American Writers of Music Griffin, a student at Miamt- ta Sigma Theta;and Mrs.Elsie ,Sunday at, our regular meet.fng -"
Model Cities Governing BoardIs
Poetry and Drama at the University of Miami. secretary. Rev. Thedford ''Dade Junior College. K. Williams, a BPI teacher., place. Freddy Bowe. :" ....
S-SgtLeroy Milton Jr. a 19 64 graduate of Booker T. Wash
Johnson pastor' of St. John
ington Senior High School has, won the U. S. Air Force's Distinguished ,

Flying Cross. '" \ "r, .i. I
Milton, winner of one of the nation's high decorations received

the award for his Job as helicopter gunner providing

rocket and minigun fire in support of a U. S. Army Special

Forces reconnaissance patrol hemmed in at Due Co. Milton's
wife, Gloria, is the daughter of Mrs/Bessie Timmons, 2360
NW 92nd Street.

,Mr, and Mrs. James (Ola) Carter motored to Madison to

visit her mother. Mr, Carter ,drove daughter, Judy,to Nash-
ville where she'll begin her freshman year. Then on to Live )

Oak to visit her relatives.

Get well wishes to Leroy Williams, Little Sandra Dandy at

Jackson; Estelle Cunningham, Christian; Sarah N. Mobley, ]

\ Mercy. -..... ",wzmzwWILLIAM : H1JbrLL114YWc. I
IT'S A DATE: Saturday, Sept. 20 Membership Tea and A. WYNN

workshop AAUW Thompson Hall lobby, Barry College.Mr. . Board Chairman
Leroy Thompson, librarian at Florida Memorial Library, 1 1
will be the speaker for the Education Committee. All members Baptist Church, was elected

are ,urged to attend and to bring a: prospective memberor treasurer and chairman of the

friend. finance committee.The frZ vIkl
t a
:College Bound-1 Brenda Jones
Hampton; Juanita Jones, four officers are Joinedon -
Clark; Debra Everette, Tennessee State. Jm i
the Executive Committee __ 4I'1A3
It's a boy,Rayan Bernard, 8 lb.for Luclous and Jean Burkes Assistant Attorney General l I

Alberta (Mrs. Cyril) Poltler's children entertained friendsin who will
Jesse McCrary serve
honor of their mother's birthday on Saturday evening. HerbrotherInlaw
as Chairman of the Personnel
and his wife the Reginald Poitiers from nearby
Committee Dr. Joseph Pol-
Nassau Jetted over for the celebration.
tier a prominent pharmacist '
Patricia Thomas Jetted in from Nassau for -
a three-day
will be chairman of the Industry A
holiday. 1
and Labor Relations Commit .
You are Invited to attend the dedication of the Archbishop
tee and Paul H. Wyche
Carroll Language Arts Center at Holy Redeemer School, 10 ;
Jr., director of public affairsfor
a.m.: Sunday, September 21. Open House 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. the EOPI, will be chairman ,

Congratulations to Rep Joe Lang Kershaw, Florida's first of the public relations''
Negro legislator since reconstruction. Kershaw has been ap-
pointed a member of the State Commission on Human Relations 1

a group he helped create
Other members
I elected to
t Former iamian,Sandy Carswell Jetted in from Providence, the Board of Director in-
R,'L to visit relatives and friends. ar
cluded Archie Ayers a U.S.
Albert E. Bacon is visiting his home from Sacramento, : ,
Postal Mar- tAl3-4
employee Mrs.
I California as houseguest of the Matthew Williams'. Bacon garet Brown,community; lead-
operates a tile setting business In Sacramento.
1 1
Herbert 'Bizz' Wells was, feted with a birthday party Sat- '

urday night by his wife Evie.


I 2 TWIN CLUB FIRST MEETINGThe Presents 2nd ANNUAL LORY'S Doors Open Friday at 9:30 A. M.

The North Dade-South Bro- AU members of Rho Sigma

ward, Mothers of Twins Club Chapter Phi Beta Sigma, Inc. FASHIONETTE

will hold its regular monthly are requested to attend the Sunday, Sept. 21, 1969 MAYS

meeting Tuesday, at 8 p.m. at first meeting of the year Saturday 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. \ DRESSES :
the First Federal Savings and night at the home"of ,

Loan Ban, ,900 NE, 125th St., Brother Theodore Gibson, Bonded Rental Agency .,
North Miami. 2912 NW 185th Terrace at 4150 NW 7th AvenueEnt.rtainm.nt MIAMI NORTH MIAMI BEACH

t Mrs. Van Lenten, head of a p.m, & 45 W. Flagler MIAMI -
Memorial Hospital Women's If there are newSlgma Bro Refreshment 120 NE 19thSt. BEACH 1350 NE 163rd Street
thers in the also 585 HE 'M7-29 Colllnt I Avenue
Auxiliary will be guest speak city you are
Donation' $2.00 Biscayne Shopping Plaza 6718 Collins Avenue CORAL GABLES
er. Regular and prospective invited to attend this meeting
Minnie Barr, P resident
members are urged to attend Arthur L. Evans is presi- Juanita Sheppard, Bus. Mgr., 2800 H.W. 5th Axe. 7335 Collins Avenue 90 Miracle Mile

this meeting. dent.

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Foreman's Children's t
Theater production, an origi-
nal film "The Picnic," will
be presented at North Miami

Playhouse, Saturdays, mati- e
nees Sept. 20th and 27th, at
2 p.m.

I .
THE LITTLE RED ,BOOK: An avid reader of this column
Help Wonted called in over the weekend to praise our last week's para:
TRUCK TIRESERVICEMEN graphs. The caller joins the dozens of other
NEEDED blacks and whites who shouted hurrahs and
hallelujahs what labeled" for
Good over we
starting salary. Paid
Blacks in Miami." Running a two-week sequence -
vacation. Hospitalization
on 'firsts for blacks,' we were chal-
insurance, life insurance.
lenged on but four items. Our memoriesand f
Apply ,at: backlogs agreed and all went well. Final installment N
Firestone on the critical list was againstour y
Truck Tire Center ----- ...wIIIIIIW1-,. -"""""", A.. .. it ,.;._::nl entry of Fr Julius Tucker as rating St
3440 NW 29th Avenueon Agnes' Episcopal first priest. We were fully
equal opportunity employer Stephen Manor Community Club aware at the time of our entry of Fr Tucker.
that Fr Par ish i was St Agnes' first-of-all priests. But we
The Stephen Manor Community Club had Its first Annual Tea on the erred by assuming that 'hlgh-mullato' Fr Parrish was a

fourth Sunday I n August at Primary 'C', 757 NW '66th Street. A very beautiful white man. We were corrected, and yielded, so it is be who

Agent Wanted affair was witnessed by many. The members of the club would I like to thank gets it. the distinction. Anyway, it was lots of fun, and we enjoyed

/ the speaker, Mrs. Sims and other participants. Meetings for the club are held
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Big Ed Senn would like to know "Why
Agents to 4,11 The Miami
Times are wanted all every Monday night. New members are welcome.The boundary lines for the do birds, mosquitoes and crocodiles, who do not vote, have'
Florida and Georgia. They over club extend from 71st to 79th Streets and from 7th Ave. to 12th Ave. better representation in Congress than the voting public of
Dade County? We dare not pollute the in Dade but it
Pictured swamps ,
may boys and girls or are; Top row, standing: Arthur Thompson, Mrs. Barbara
adults. Make seems okay and permissable to pollute the air over the taxpaying -\
money. Write or call spending Mrs. Gibson, Moses Walker, Mrs. Nellie Byars, President; Amos Gibson, Mrs. Dell and voting people of Miami." Senn, old boy, why
Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Wilson, Cleveland Williams, Mrs. Doretha Williams. Bottom, seated: Mrs. Bry- don't you write your congressman? ? ? Floral Curtis and her
6910421. ant, Mrs. Odessa Poole, Robert Wilson, Aretha Smith and Mrs. Georgia Walk' honey split Thelma Melton-North passed in Jackson Memorial -'
er."Tar" Monday Arlene Smith and her tutti-frulte have
decided to Call It A Day.

r SALT WATER TAFFY:There was a time when I used to have
Judge William S. Thompson a lot of respect for radio and TV. But not any morel Judging
by some of the rot and so-called talent that I see and hear over'
Pall MallMenthoI100 both, I wonder 1 111 1 I John Taylor back after a Nassau and Out I
on Worldwide TripWilliam Islands two-weekvacation..AndNassau's'West Street Club'
owner James Barnett houseguestlng sister Sarah Newboldand
hubby William and niece Joycelyn Knowles. Dive-Inn
I S, "Turk' Thompson president of the National Bar
Bar owner Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman and wife Emily back
was sworn-in as Association and a member of
home after four days sporting a '69 around Orlando.
Judge of the District of Columbia the District, of Columbia City Caddy
Court of General Ses- Council will assume his seaton THE! WEEK'S WASH: Three bullet wounds from a flashinggun
sions in late August is now on the bench in early October.He last Sunday night (Sept 7) decked Alfred (Junior) Rolle to
Ion milder. a trip around the world In connection has been practicing law in Jackson Memorial hospital where he nurses one In the right
r..yet with his duties as Washington, D. C. since 1944. hand, one in the left side and one in the head. He's recuperating -' J
secretary treasurer of the Born in Mebane, North in room 1407 ..AFunky Broadway Club brawl on Mfamlr
World Peace Through Law Carolina, Judge Thompson at- Beach last week (involving a gang of white hoods), attacked
;',: ,. Center Conference in Bang' tended Junior College at St. diminutive Walter (Dinosaur) Johnson, inflicting injuries that '
It ..., ,.." ; kola Thailand. i ",", & Augustine's in Raleigh, North sent the Varsity Barber Shop tonsorial artist to Jackson Me-
t if: : 'N' ;.;' t > Judge Thompson and his, Carolina. He received B.S. morial for eye surgery and the loss of an orb. ,i
,":, wife Audrey are traveling with degree at Howard Universityand STUFF AND SUCH: James (Buster)Collie returned to East' }"
:;: :: ; former Chief Justice of the his LL.B. from the RobertH. ern Air Lines after six weeks vacation Former Farm
:>, Supreme Court Earl Warren Terrell Law School. Stores employee Albert Crawford now a federal Concentrated
(chairman of the world asso- Employment Program (CEP) of Dade County representative
rt tr ciation of Judges) and Charles Judge Thompson has maintained Albert Eugene Edgecombe Sr passed in Cape May, N. J.
'.', ;.; S. Rhyne (president of the activity and membership Sept 6 Patricia (Cookie) Lynch and Joann Turner back,
". ;. World Peace, Through Law in professional legal organizations -, from a Detroit vacation. Fernleyand Daisy Taylor partyed -:
Center). Their travels before throughout his their daughter Sherron' Sunday night before pa kagemgher
and after the conference will practice of the law.He is married off via Greyhound to Tallahassee for her freshman yearat
take them to Honolulu, Tokyo, to the former Audrey, Florida State University

\ Hong Kong, Singapore, Beirut Waller. They have one son, SCRATCH MY BACK: According to Nick Ferguson,who says
and London. William, 21, a studentatHoward that he Is City Commissioner Irwin Christie's district manager -
J Judge ,Thompson, a past University, Mr. Christie was one, of the first to file for the com-
mission. During an interview with Ferguson in his home;'he
13 promised us that we can look for at least two or three blacks,
Opa-locka' EOPI Board Meets Tuesday who'll file in an attempt to unseat him Those two choir'
sisters who argued so furiously in back of the church the other
Juvenile Judge, an d Opa-locka neighborhood youth! The Sunday time over their Baptist minister boy friend apparently
regular scheduled Opa-locka, area; advisory board meeting didn't give a hoot that his wife, was calmly sitting out front
will be held Tuesday Sept. 23 at 8 p.m'at the center, 2355 in the congregation.
,,'' All Baba Avenue, Opa-locka. We are asking that all interested SWEETS' TREATS: Opening its '69-70 season on September -
.' residents of Opa-locka community, please be present at 13, The Players Theatre of Greater Miami presented'The
: ; this very informative meeting. Our guest speaker for the Madwoman of Chaillot' In a playhouse setting at 2990
evening will be the Hon. John Ferguson,Juvenile Judge. Judge Grand Ave in Coconut Grove. Starring one of Miami's 'most
i Ferguson, and another guest attorney, will be discussing Juvenile talented and experienced', actresses Peg Gibble and directedby
problems and possible approaches to obtaining a neigh- Dave Kross, 'Madwoman' Inaugurated a season of six stel-
', ; r borhood facility for Opa-locka youth. Every Opa-locka lar productions Add First Blacks For Miami (before the
parent with teenage children should make a special effort to city's Incorporation): First medical and pharmaceutical: doc- y
be present at this meeting and the young people with them. tors: The Butler Brothers (from Key West) First public;
t school principals: Mfckens-Bethune-Frazier ... Firstwhite)
Drawings that were done by Denise Forchion, clerktypistat Dade County-born citizen:Joe Riley..First St Agnes' priest
the St. Philips Child Opportunity Center, were put on dis- (corrected erratum): Fr Parrish.

..' play at the recently held arts festival.As a result of this dis- CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Birthdays In September:
us. play, Mrs. Forchion has been successful in selling two of these Arthesa Hubert,Claudia Williams,Wllletta Bain 1st. Danita !
paintings Daniels, Martha Day, Mildred Stone, Moses Poole 2nd. .. Ruth:
:r 3 Government Cannon, Connie Ingram :Jrd Willie McCoy, Jamie Bryant4th.
figures show ruww Sheila Love,Shirley Fields 5th Willie Gavin, Fay- '

r: : Pall! MallMenthollOO's SUPREME WIG AND BEAUTY, SALON ette Spaulding, Corrine McNeal, Vera Coffee,Florence Greer
6th Edythe Barfield, Ruth Curry, Roslyn Bethel 7th .
J. : Offers you an opportunity ,to use your Master, Charge Cecelia Johnson, T. S. Greer Sr, Emma Lou Ward,Victoria
: lower in for any of its beauty services or ,.talllt'lIl/ Wilson 8U1 Colleen Pinder, Annie Lowrie 9th Calvin
"tar" than Mapp, J. N, Thomas, Mildred Dean,James Love Jr., Christen
Ingrah m-Roacb 10th.
/ the best-

sellingmenthol ,. LIZZIE SCHOFIELD, VICKIE FOSTER, Cynthia Hawkins
.. 11th Evelyn Ramsey 12th .. Nat Austin Jr, Daniel Dor-
..*'. ( 'I I. sey 13th Louise Shackelford 14th. Queen Williams,
pall Mall Menthol 100'c 17 mg
Best telling Menthol King 20 mg. ..king'I, 'f tt tr/ .' Daisy Johnson 15th .. Calvin Mapp Jr, Monlse Miller, Inez
'1" .,;: '!r'( Johnson, Paul Kendrick Jr 16th. .. Margaret Reynolds, Chas
Edwards Ill, Claretha Blake 17th Alice Hodges, Theo
.,\You will hove to visit this salon to see that it is different
Jean' '
P Mall Robinson, Pearl Patterson 18th Deborah Daniels,
progressive, and features stylists who are well Hargrove, Jaycee Patrick, Daphne Roberts 19th. Audrey
trained in all ortjs.of the beauty profession. Gilcbrist, Barbara Fisher, Edna Williams 20th Albert
Canty, Carol Harrell, Gussie Ervin, Francena'Scott 21st. < .
MenthoI100% MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sharon Lightsey, Chas Williams, Lydia Richardson, Juanna

: 9110, .NW 17th AVE. 691-9392 Ivy 22nd .. Eloise Brown, Marguerite,Miller, Chas Evans,'
Lucy McPhaul, Geraldine Smith 23rd.



8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969
records are being distributed

This Is The Soulful Jeb Stuart locally by campus music.
r 1 7 2 His latest recording is
By BETTY SMITH blues" and the W. C. Handy records and cut your ownstuff "Gonna Keep on Dancing
When Memphis rock n' soul Theatre. He gives a lot of which would represent and In- (Cause I Got Soul)"
warbler soulful Jeb Stuart was credit to Rufus "walking the dicate the real soul of YOU.But
attending elementary school, dog" Thomas because Mr. 'the most fascinating thing Ope"
he said often teachers would Thomas gave him quite a bit about a hit record is that it 2p.m.
of encouragement and confi- must come out at the right
ask, who is that with that beautiful
soprano voice? Smilingly dence. Through the help of a time to really click. At the 4 Scxsotional Hlfil
!;, ','-. : Jeb said, like group singing school teacher he acquired a present time Jeb has written SHE'S MONIQUEMY
';';I,' :':'f# was alright but I never had fifteen minute program on sta- almost 100 tunes with at least LOVE
./' intentions of being a soloist. tion WDIA.,Before this be had 75 of them being published,re. Also "KEY CLUB WIVES
ft'; ,"., ', : "He laughed as he told me won first place on a couple of corded by him and other artist.
2 Girlie Frolics in Color
when he was nine how all the radio talent shows. Stuart's He records for Tom Phillips .
",', r it".. kids would follow him home parents bad been approached great American Label andLiBeu .
.p., every Saturday evening,he and several times about him join-
j'). his brother would always learnat ing up with stage shows and
least one tune and imitatethe getting the star spot but they
cowboys, just tokeepthem all were turned down because
laughing. Jeb preferred school and edu- FIRST MIAMI RUNs
..);; a.w After Jeb became a teen cation.
ager, he started singing on
talent shows at the Palace Soulful Jeb Stuart was often
1 .
'\ ';, ; Theater on famoUS' Beale St, told by Rufus Thomas,the best
,,' known as "the home of the way to get over was to make Into a

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969 9


According to a recent news
item, a Texas sociologist
t 1g claims that skin-lightening
P 3 compounds could end racism.He .
feels that dark-skinned
people could pass as whites O
after using these compounds.

a His claims prove only that I A lt
S A.M hA he, like a great number of !: BY DAVE BONDU
people, still don't understandthe 1
racial situation. These
( misinformed folks who seekan M
outside remedy for deep-

sea ted Inside disease only Open housing is now a reality. Open housing is for every-
confuse the issue. When are body, especially if you are black. Open housing is a Joke. I
we human beings going to learn know of a number people,which includes my son, Dave, Jr.,
r; that the only change which will his wife and two year old daughter, who have been all over
bring peace and brotherhoodis Dade County looking for an apartment.They have found a num-
the change of the color of ber of vacant apartments that cost $175 to $190 per month.
i 4 the heart? That may be OK, if you have air-conditioning. wall-to-wall
( : The compound we need carpeting, a swimming pool, near schools ail a $'\').y'I'I..
to cure this disease must be :"> i but here is the rub: $175 per month, plus another $175
one we can apply with in us; representing your last month's rent, and $100 security. Thatis
one that reaches and pene- $450 before you get the key. Then comes your deposit on
trates into the spiritual heart and (if have ) which is another
water gas
lights, phone gas you
I Omega's Kick off New Year With Banq and soul.We have this remedy. $150. If you need furniture, you are in trouble Your first
It has been within man's reach month of livingcost$700-800andafterthatyou can meet your

By JOHN H. DAVIS naled kickoff time. Many prov- has been indicated by those In ever since God first spoke to rent and regular monthly bills and you shouldn't forget
attendance.The His children through His Di- car note(a necessity these days with bus routes and times
It was kick off time for Sigma ed their sincerity by their im- your
Alpha ter of the Omega mediate registration, in order vine Teachers. Because he what they are); food, cleaning, laundry,house necessities suchas
Psi ChI' ternity on Sat- that they could be a part of the program has been gear- stubbornly refuses to heed soap, soap powder, and I could, go on,about cosmetics
ed to attract all active '
God and has turned from
clothes etc. )
en a team to help keep the ball rolling ,
urday represen-
back into the realms of
Greek- the true has
another banner physician, man You can live comfortable on about a thousand dollars sE
for year
of the
tative number more
Miami for dom. Judging from the initial leaned1' on quack 'remedies month in one,of these fabulous apartments. If you can scrap)
in the Sigma Alpha.
200 greater
Ques meeting, we're off to a great which cure not his soul nor up the "getting-in" fee. It would be cheaper to buy a house, if
turned out to the
area start. We will be expecting satisfy his innate longing for you can find one with a small downpayment $500-700 f
meeting for the 1969-70 year. A very interesting programand
attractive has each Que in the area to get on peace. month But where is a poor man going to get that kind of
An eager number, Including an budget the the team with us, so that all No, we will never cure our money? How is he going to be able to rent a decent place? Then
many of the formerly inactivechrrter been approved Indications by group.readi- will be able to share. in this spiritual ills by mere physical where is a house you can buy these day with that small down)
members were on From a
banner year.Brother means. The solution is not payment? It is'a vicious circle that leads back to that old need!
hand when the new Basileus, ness to play an heroic role,
Ed Braynon, first through physical change, but for rent ceilings and a manager on the premises. If a man,?
Brother Willie J. Wright sig- the original "Omega Way"TO
vice 7th district representative through the transformation of does not have the down paymentonahome, how can he save it\
hosted the initial meeting our hearts, filling them with with the high prices of renting an apartment? All of this is ai
and everyone departed with the potent love of God. Thenwe part of open housing. Maybe it will work in the long run, but)
the expression of a wonderfuland will mingle with all peoples right now it is a joke. believe me. (
enjoyable meeting. with Joy and fragrance.

Your 1 Jesus tells us "But as the PRETTY BOY: Raymond Seay ,.. \
The officers for the
days of Noe were, so shall the PRETTY GIRL: Jack HaywoodVIP
.year are as follows: Willie J. coming of the Son of man be." : Tras Powell
MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE I Wright I, basileus; T.S.Greer (Mitt. 24:37) At that time, MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Frankie S. Rolle
Jr., vice basileus; Elston Davis man once again would rejectthe

.. COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR I keeper of records and ark' of deliverance, only QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Yours truly will M.C, the,,\
BUSINESS IN I seals; Herbert L. Day, assis- this time he would drown In the Urban League's big bash on October 12th at the Everglades'Hotel. ]
tant KRS; William B. Haley, flood of materialism which Some of the folk who will donate their time and talent
i i ) bjiJl r I keeper of finance; Benny L. engulfs the physical world to- are 'Tropical Recording Star (Nassau label), Miss Phyllis!
O'Berry, assistant K. of F.;'
day.When Branch who is now appearing at Thunderbird;Wally Futch1
TODAY .. I Fred O'C. Brown,. chaplain;. man looks to physical
CALLUS !. from the;Four Kings,,Sasplrilla Mae, Frank Duboise's group
r i-' John H. Pinckney, parl ifamen-; ;?, .cures for the spiritual disease and more4,that I will mention'later.Prepare now, so you won't ,
'6530 HW 15 Ave I tarian; Henry Mingo, Jr., .of racism and reduces relig- miss this great show and a chance to help your Urban League 1
l keeper of peace;; Dr. E.; J. ion to mere rituals, he has Indeed Mr. Grachan Moncur is in Mercy Hospital. We wish him a:
691-0421 r Braynon, dean of pledges;John reached a low state. To speedy recovery. Michael Sease, nephew of Mr. and Mrgc:
H. Davis, chapter, editor; such as these Jesus said,"be Billy Rolle, is back in the Grove after completing his intern-
Ulysses Horne, immediate hold, your house is left unto ship In social work at the Wel-Met Camp in Narrowsburg,
past basileus.. you desolate." (Matt. 23:38): ). N. Y. He received a certificate for outstanding participation
'and will return to Florida A&M Sept. 25 for his final quarter.,.
Congratulations Michael!
PRODUCT OF U.S.A. 100% NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM CHAIN 90 PROOF.CORDON'DRY CIN ID.UD.JINDENN.i. ,It is a sad story when a person is afraid to branch out into
business because of the element of people who kill businessmen -
ll <: for a small amount of money that they might have in their
4f cash registers. We are deeply sorry to hear about the man-
r ager of Joe's Market on NW 46th Street Where is Dr.
'i ,L P. Davis? We don't hear much from him anymore. We knowhe
.. r has been ill, but he is back as strong as ever That is
#, all for this week. TILL THE NEXT.ONE, LIVE LIFE EVERY'
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equations statistics. And you can be sure of one thing: m ::; Dade. Wan n a be a S
the stealer ,
groovy queen, t'r
ery careful to avoid mistakes. I guess that's why I like Gordon's Gin.It's of ANY scene? Be a q

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Hello readers!How are you? .
n'tm sure you're moving and
grooving Just fine. This week -IN THE COMMUNITY:
1 had the opportunity to Inter- I :"Going Shopping!" Don't 'forget to stop in Sears and Roe-

yiew the fabulous singer, buck in Coral Gables. That pretty young lady in the men's

Clarence Reid. As you know I department is Betty Balom.

his record "Nobody But You, I Get well wishes to Mrs. Maude Garie, Mrs. Doris Gaiter
Babe" is in the ten +
now top
; Smith and Mr. Clarence Bethel.
all over Florida and is overa and Ann Walker
Happy birthday wishes to Kevin Wright Mary
half million seller.Clarence
Reid !is the writer of Betty I Mr. James Carter, known as"Chief'toallhis friends, was
Wright's cool No. 1 sounds in the first black teacher at Naticus Jr.High,now they have added

music. I asked him some ques- I two more.
tions which I'm sure all of you ( I Going back to school on their first day at Tucker Elemen-

would like to know the answers I tary, some cute sites to see were: Arlene Smith,- Anetto and
to. I Jeanette Milton and Donna Johnson.

William Rolle and Emanuel Frayar are back on their Job.
Q Where were you born?
They did a wonderful Job last year of trying to keep our youngsters
A Cochran
CLARENCE REID /llfi .-'Udl"1'. ...: v fP'l 1 ,..,, .... ,... ... v". ... I in school, let's help them to be successful.
Jack arrived after a tour through the Northern
During Just
did the "Aluminum Shoes"? .
Q How you get name I
A I was the leader of a group by the name of the Delmiras in Sod SUtu 01 f tU Wed states. ;

approximately 1960-61. We were regular performers North I After a stay in the hospital, the community welcomes Mr.

Miami Auditorium and the War Memorial Auditorium on' the As our soul sister for this week, we have the young E. Rubin tt Jones and Mr.Willis McGahee after a tour. through
Florida Bandstand Show. These shows were M.C.'d by very and talented Betty Wright. She is a student at Notre Guam
popular local DJ's Rick Shaw, Jimmy Dunlap;and Jim Howell. Dame Academy and is presently in the eleventh grade.
\ Many of the shows featured many great recording artists of Betty is noted for her soothing soulful sounds on her IN OUR SCHOOLS:
the era. Well, this particular night I had high hopes of wear- hit records. Don't forget the Gables versus Northwestern game.
ing a smartly fashioned silver suit,but the only shoes. owned Linda Hendrixs of Gables Sr. High, will be one of the black
'at the time were brown.Then a show promoter, Steve palmer ""'- faces seen cheering Gables to victory.' ;;\ ''!kJottings
"''suggested that I paint the shoes silver This appeared ridiculous f1fidtfMftd 1J,

at first; however, when I gave the idea a second thought,
I concluded that it the solution to I did
was only my problem. - - -
Just that! 1 painted the shoes silver! When I was performing
'on stage I heard several fans saying that my shoes looked ; ii '
,aluminum when the stage lights flashed on them So that's howI Jfet9kUOGIGd Jackson

got the name 'Aluminum/ 4

:Q Did you think that your record'Nobody But You, Babe' wouldbe I' J
as big a'seller on black and white radio Station as it is? BY BRENDA WASHINGTON. ,
i ii ,
A No not really. I expected it to be big but not thte j ?big. 'V BY AENETTA. WILt: MS : .
Now since school has been open for the third week, happy I,' I
did it, take write this seller
Q How long' you to gigantic ?
faces have dropped the work has begun to start and that is
A Believe it not 2 1/2 minutes. You co-writer
or see, my the reason why faces have turned.
,Willie Clarke (Betty Wright's manager), and I came up with Nineteen seventy, the year of the change. With everythingelse
the idea after session The band I well also and offer interesting
my original was completed. By RENETTA HARRINGTON changing, may as a more
was Just grooving along letting themselves go when they started column which will Involve everyone on our school campus.
Richmond Jr. High has now been integrated and some of the
and soulful. We sat down and wrote
getting more more
reactions were quite surprising. At, first things weren't so
,biggest seller in 2 1/2 minutes. ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
pleasant, some of the students sayings were:' "It's Just not
Q How long have you been writing for Betty Wright and what Jackson's reputation as "the school that cares" has developed
like it used to be,but it's alright, it's different, but things will
the ? because of the teamwork that eistedbetween
are has the
songs .
be all
rig h t. All schools seem to have opened successfullywhich
A Four years. paralyzed, Good Lovin, Mr. Lucky, Thank is very good. staff and the student body. There is a unique and exciting atmosphere

You Baby, Girls Can't, Do What the Guys Do Sweet Lovin' Second Baptist ,will dedicate, the new building this month. of cooperation at Jackson. A strong sense of pridein
,, Daddy, He's Bad BadBadBestGirlsDon'tAlways Win, After The choir is planning to present a semi.formal spiritual evening being a Jacksonite is exhibited not only at athletic events
The Smoke Is Gone, The Wrong Girl.Q with Rev. Harmon Stockdale as director. Bethel youthsare .but in the,classroom as well. It is because of this, ,that Jackson -
has become the of other schools
envy high throughout the
giving a car wash for funds.
Do you plan on recording an album? The football season has begun and the players have been community. It is important to maintain this image,and It takes
A I already have and it will be released in about 3 or 4 weeksQ the Jackson student to undertake this task 'caring' is not an
practicing for the
big game when the Miami Killian Cougarsvs
obligation but a natural feeling that
the Palmetto Panthers Friday. each new'Jackson General'
Do you and Betty Wright plan on making a record together? Students to .acquires after only a few days at the school.
1 A Yes. returning college are Gwendolyn Hargrove,
Sylvia Redding, Joyce Lynn and Gwendolyn Ross. -
How do feel about
you today's teenagers?
Mr. and Mrs. Downs (Myrtle) recently returned from a ten DEPARTMENTAL NEWS
They are wonderful people and marvelous fans, but some :
day trip to Chicago and other midwest cities Baseball Coming off of a successful season the past
are being misguided by the"bad seeds. feel that If parents, very
teachers,'and aU'author1t would try a little bit harder to regard If there's any social or community news please contact. meat school year, Jackson's varsity baseball team has taken another -
teenagers' problems; ,as.Important, they would feel much 238-7438 or Brenda Washington at 2350596.QIC 7 step upward in quest for the championship this year.

more wanted. "However,. I Just,know',they,will keep America Sporting a record of 15 victories and six defeats, Jackson finished -
fiio. 1 on anyone's list! a close second In competition with 11 other teams, los-
,E Applications, ing out only to Miami Beach In the playoffs. Such achievements

t Q What is your 'Aluminum' shoe. size? Continued from page 1 can be credited to the fine teamwork, hustle, and desire of
.A Size 12. move ,on to various vocational Leon Sullivan in Philadelphia, all ,the players. Two of the players who had very productive
types of courses., where it met with great suc- summers and greatly contributed to our success were Carl
;'Q Everyone ,enjoys' seeing your appearances on television.. The first cess and subsequently the idea Person and Marion Jackson. Carl, this years team captain led
.' .Will you be making-any upcoming appearances? limited to 75 session will salspread be to many other cities the league in hitting .396, runs scored 25, and runs batted in

A Yes, right after'my next release aries will be traines.o theIn the nation. The program with 19. Along with Marion fineall.aroundplay his spectacular -
paid during was initiated ta Dade County running catches inthe outfield and strong throwing which
<| VQ Have 'you' always,had this great gift of being able to sing training period. by the Uniteda Black Federa- cut down: would be case runners prevented what could have

fvso. wonderfully?. OIC was started by the Rev.'tlon.J been many more runs'scored against us. Their great speed
A 'No, I developed it by hours of rehearsing performing. helped us score many' runs with the numerous stolen bases
throughout the season against opposing teams. Feeling among
JQ When and where did you begin singing professionally? 'like thousands, of your other fans, think that you are the the players has indicated that this is the year we are going to

IA! Ten years ago here in Miami singing lead with a group greatest and that you have proven,with your half. million, top put everything together and win it all.As said by coach Booth,
.called the "Blue Dots,' ten record,that you, are ''doln' your thing.' "We're'now up' to number two ,and ,the only road is up."

\ **Q Do you consider your singing to be 'soul'? JUST A LITTLE; BIT'OF NEWS FOR THE
l..A I.consider..my singing to be straight from my heart; how: Congratulations to Sharon Dyes on becoming; the chairmanof STUDENTS:
lever, different people have different names for my singing andAtom Edison's Assembly Committee. An acquaintance dance was held on Friday, Sept. 12 in our
do call It soul. .' We also extend congratulations to Red Raider, Valeria will gym. The Junior class enabled themselves to show how they
', Bland, on being elected chairman of theColor Day Committee.Did progress with the new year and their new sponsor Mr.
you know that' the young cool, good looking, Michael Robert Wilcosky. The dance was given for the band and its
(Q What are the names of your previous records? Robertson, is now serving his_ country as one of those marvelous members, Our school policy on dances and evening events is
.A If*'not quite possible for you to write all of my records and mighty army men? that each student must present the proper Identification whether -

l Jn OM column, but here are some of the most popular ones. Last Friday, Holy Redeemer CYO sponsored a dance.Some bus card or school identification. This is a must! Don't
( "" Down With It', Can'tQuit: It, Cadillac Annie, Tired Blood, I of the pretty young ladies there were Betty Wright, Rose be.dteappolnted., participation in activities has 'a great deal of
'Refuse To Give Up,:Soul Party, Let All Those Soul Sounds Thompson, Joy Seymour,Shirley LaBorn,and Cheryl Edwards. bearing on you and how the student body operates. The Generals -
Fay, Part Time Lover, Nobody Bu You, Babe. Some of the handsome young men were Russell Bethel, Dwight will take on the North Miami Pioneers this'Friday at

,.., Davis, Anthony Blvins, Ted ,Hamlter, and Grady Gipson. Miami Dade Junior College. this game, our "Soul March.1ng
I t That was tt. wtent of my interview with Clarence Reid, but 1 Make sure you read the Happening next week, it's going to 100" will display their new dynamite uniforms and other
fA! e bd these added comments to his audience: be quite worth your while, creative talents no one would want to miss. flow Jour school

8 #.|:; "Thaa' you for my smash seller and remember, rm doing Well, until next week, my fine readers remember that "all spirit and see our band, cheerleaders, swlngettes and color
my thing with nobody but you. babe.'" we need is love." guard in action. The year is changing, change with it!

.,. .

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969 11

I Young People' Not For Hire On Farms During School Hours


With the start of the school may not work during school economy' Huettner stated. during school hours were in standards, the higher ones
year, farmers were remindedto hours under the child labor "A youngster's future success grades lower than normal for apply.

hire youngsters under 16 provisions of the Fair Labor depends on the schooling begets their ages, and at age 15, almost -
only outside school hours by Standards, Act (FLSA), Huet- ," he emphasized. 8 out of 10 were behindin "The staff of the Division's

Henry A. Huettner, regional tner said school grade level, be said. Area Office at 1527 Federal
director of the U. S. Labor Young frameworkers gen-
division. The Division is responsiblefor erally aren't getting as much Huettner pointed out that the Office Building, 51 SW 1st Ave.

Even the 14-and 15yearolds enforcing the child labor education as other youngsters FLSA does not affect children Miami, Fla. 33130, telephone
who have successfully standards of the FLSA. according to the Division's who work on the home farm
completed the special 4-H "This law applies to mi- findings on working farm for their parents or guardians.He 305 350-5767, will be happyto

courses In tractor and other grants as well as local child children, Huettner reported. reminded farmers that in answer any questions about r ', ,
equipment operation, and vo- ren so both may get the edu- Last year over half of the mi- States where the child labor
cational agriculture students cation needed in today's the Act," he added.
nors found working on farms laws differed from the Federal

Cf f l 'f'.f 1f f 'nK.r }Il.ff 1 NNLNDIMfIF OMIt f-f O/Y/f 01 Mt lCC4M1 -' 4r.
James A McRae, son of Mrs.
Ie Lois McRae of 5815 NW 16th
< :
>J Ave.hascompleted baste

>.. training at Lackland A1B
Tex. He has been assigned to

Chanute AFB, HI., for train-

ing in aircraft, maintenance.
Airman McRae, a graduate, of
t Miami Northwestern Senior

High School, attended Mlami-
Dade Junior College.

a : UnlawfulEmployment, I


., Practice 1
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: :ii .f Opposed

I \: U. S. Congressman Augustus -
{ :ati 2'' F. Hawkins (D-Cal.) was
2f joined by Congressmen William
r:: .Sri4'::, Clay (D-Mo.) and Louis
Stokes (D-Ohlo) In introducing -
legislation H. R. 13488to
strengthen the provisions

,'$ ..'it of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
.f7 with respect to discrimination -

f in employment.
; ; ;
.4 '2t' ajS Y 'syC.S fv :.y {"}i : : : This bill seeks to amend

I Yr: section 604 of the Clvl Rights
ti. { ;+ )fmss.
; + r' ;
..}\F rSNR: Act of 1964. It will exclude

from participation any pro- ,
gram or activity receiving ..,4
Federal financial assistance if j

,Js ,'y XYh\ ; A' found guilty of unlawful employment -

.. ,y"Iv a,t 5 NyJy i wr: practice."It .

is our intent to Intror I
duce whatever amendments

;4; necessary to improve the rte -
v c ti 0 n provided under the ,
Civil Rights Act of 1964," said

2 ,,, zy Hawkins "and we will repeatedly
amend the Act until
the problem of discrimination

In employment longer ex
J {
T vt do Unemployment among black

and brown Americans twice
> .
49'C/'. ft.k as high as among white Americans
J'AtY <<$rJ} : ; therefore, every effort
,;.''''*w L d ;'
+ ,y' '" nt> ,1i
must be made to eradicate this
/#( d
't\:; J.+:M. t-t
problem and its many adverse
o { ,
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to Jeff', it's Coke that sees"him' .'1 2' ';: ys t; ilftf: ; f.f.V .. 1 SAFE

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;i through. As senior supervisor for t$?. ". "

:s': The Boeing Co.' In Seattle, he puts )In a fulf yty'j';: ;$j.0Ti J'':"1 Y 5f" ," .ffl 1. }OR YOUR

i"aY,1 work, .but still manages to find;. :IW'4"-i.<< ,';'1.#' > .:,.tr-' '. MONEY.

*;'.: many, hours to devote to The Job Corps, to ?'= '/14' / '. I y ... .CACK,

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, September 19, 1969" ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969 13
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I Special/ Programs at R. R. Moton :. 4 4A

A most exciting school they need. Some benefits of @ !

year has begun at R. R. Mo- this program are: t s e REPORTS !
ton Elementary School. The ((1) free breakfasts,((2)numerous
federal Government has field trips(3))additional BY HALEY SOFGE ,
granted a special title I pro- teacher help in language arts
gram for all first and one sec and counseling, and((4))a spec- Director of Dade County Department of I
ond year classes. This pro- ial area in motor movement h
gram is to give children the education.You Housing and Urban Development

kind of learning experiences will be given reportsof Some of the residents have been there since 1919. But they

this special program dur- never had an "outgoing mailbox" until,1969, The little neighborhood !
Steno typing ing the school year. of Seminola, in the city of Hialeah,is finally being r-
We wish to introduce you cognized.For .
Course For to the following new membersof many years the Seminola residents thought they had been
our staff for the school forgotten. 'The 300 families went about their day-to-day activi-
year 1969-70. Teachers ties without complaint. They longed for assistance and want d
Adults OfferedThe
Mrs. Roberta Emanueland to improve their community, but didn't know how. Then, Se-
Mr. Charles McNeil, fifth minola was designated an NDP (Neighborhood Development
Adult Education Center year; Mrs. Judy Rahaim, third Program) area for Dade County. This program moves toward
Day Program, located in the year; Mrs. Mary Wright, better streets,better street lighting, water, and sewerage. )t
I Lindsey Hopkins Education headstart; Mr. Abraham Bas- provides the community with a way of improving their housingand
Center, is currently offeringa sie, music. Mr. R. B. Eutsey, living conditions. Portions of the program enable the residents -
course In Machine Shorthandfor head custodian; Mrs. Elaine to .improve their homes.New housing can be developedon
beginners. McDonald, headstart; Mrs. available land. 1beSeminola residents,through their Pro-
Officially called, stenotyp- Dorothy Robinson, library ,'Y' :' ject Area Committee (PAC)can work with planning consultantsto
ing, the machine shorthand clerk and Mrs. Ellen Riev- f !i ;: > \ of exis-
; .\}; v .$'", : help determine project priorities. After 50 years
system holds the world's record man and Miss Anne Mills, ti tence, Seminola has come of age.
for speed and accuracy teacher corp interns. New Coast Guard RecruiterCoast The first community meeting for Seminola (called togetherby
Although the system Is well the ringing of church bells and a public address system) was
established in the court-re- MORTGAGEBROKERAGE Guard Commissary- at 103 NE 5th St., sandwiched well attended and brought immediate results. Hialeah Mayor
porting field, it is fast becoming CLASS ,man Second Class Sam Dick- between the Navy and Marine Henry Milander and Councilman Vernon Ashley listened to the
recognized in business Mortgage Brokerage Procedures world as a secretarial tool. Class is now open for { the Coast Guard Recruiting that more young men do not stated needs for the area included: paved streets, a crossing
Mrs. Mildred S. Kirk, Dade registration at Miami Senior i Office in Miami. give the Coast Guard consideration area for children, new and larger recreation facilities,
County School System Coordi- High Adult Education Center, because they "don't speed control, better trash pickup, adequate street lighting,
nator of Adult and Vocational 2450 SW First street. This ( Sam came to the office in the know what the Coast Guard is fire hydrants, and a mail depository for outgoing mail
Education, said instruction in course covers all basic information ';haw- Maritime Building on or does." He added that many Plans for the Seminolafirstyearprogramhavealreadybeenset
machine shorthand Is also pertinent to the use of j Jan 20 after tours of duty on men close to being drafted The first year will deal with the re-use of their land, and
being offered on the beginning mortgages in the buying and ,both ship and shore. He and don't give the Coast Guard a new public housing on land acquired through NDP'in
his wife live at 8200 NW
and advanced levels at South- selling of Florida real estate. '14th Betty thought and go directly to Navyor cooperation with the HialeihHousingAuthorlty. The land purchases
west High Adult Center in the Classes meet from 7 to 10 Avenue. Air Force recruiters. He all of which are vacant lots or absentee-landlord own-
evenings.The p.m. on Tuesdays and thurs- His career in the Coast made it clear that there is no ed, have already been proposed.The .
cost of the course is days for a period of 16weeks.'I Guard began' on the 210-foot waiting list for active duty en- beauty of the cohensiveness that has resulted through Involvement -
only five dollars for the full The total cost is only $4. 'cutter Diligence, homeportedIn listments, and that a prospec- with NDP. Seminola was not"agency.worn," other
sixteen week trimester. Registration now between :: Key West, where he gain- tive enlistee can usually be renewal projects had not been introduced to the are a. The
Stenograph machines for 2, 9:30 p.m. in the main office 'I ed practical experience in food processed in two weeks. people have responded to the government concern with concernof
every student is furnished for at Miami Sr. High adult 1 preparation for the 65-man Sam pointed out that about its own,and have bonded together to do "all that is necessary
classroom use. education center. :!crew He then attended the 95% of the Coast Guard's personnel to improve their community." The Pac,which was electedat
Coast Guard's Commissaryman is engaged In search an early community meeting, is a "working pac, there are
School where he was and rescue, maintaining aids no professionals on the Pac-.the members are all laymen representing
OnTheJobService 1 raining[ For |trained in dietetics, food to navigation, promoting Merchant the various aspects of the community the
preparation and keeping of the Marine and boating churches, the PTA, the tenants, the landowners, and the businessmen -
ship's: stores. safety, ocean science, port The Pac meets every Tuesday and presents its
Statio n Operation Sam became interested in security and related missions. ideas to the community every Thursday night. The attendanceat
field while working for his The other five percent are engaged the community meetings has been constantly strong. "About
..... An on-the-Job course which "We are very gratified that *rother's catering km in New In military and support 85% of the people of the area welcome this program, and all '
will enable trainees to learn Gulf Oil Co.and OIC have Join- .J(ef sey.. His bfaffier a CoastGuard missions in Vietnam. are looking forward to the changes we know need to be made," 'Y
evary phase of gasoline ser- ed together in opening the first Commissaryman also, When he isn't discussing explains Mrs. Geneva Marshall, pac Chairman. ,
vice station operation being training opportunity for the was< stationed at the New York merits of the Coast Guard with And, the results of the concern and participation are evident.
} offered by the Opportunities Jobless and the under-employ-?ity Coast Guard Base at the inquirers, Sam is an avid bow Crossing signals for children are to be erected soon. Speed
Industrllization Center, Inc, ed in Dade County," Mr.Wynn t ime, and is now in Vietnam ler (155 average) and ping- limit signs are already up throughout the area. And the peopleof
of Dade County, it was an.' said in making his announce- c m an 82-foot cutter. pong player. "I'm not building Seminole don't have to search for a mailbox anymore.
nounced Thursday by William ment.The challenge remainsfor The Coast Guard Recruiting myself up, now, but rmpretty They've got their own now. And that is just the beginning of
good things to come through the united efforts of NDP and the
Office for the Miami area is good.
Wynn, OIC Board Chairman. us and OIC to open up and residents of _
Conducted in cooperationwith to provide greater areas in Job
the Gulf Oil Co.,the trainIng training for those who have
course will be held at the not had the opportunity before H'1: Seminola.T.V.'s
\' Gulf Station located at 8201 / Call
NW 27th' Avenue. This latest
step in OIC efforts to provide The Gulf station, which 4 ".
training and Jobs for Dade's opened for regular businesson CHARLES
unemployed and underemployed Wednesday, is managed by Black And White
will be marked by an Arrius Royal. OIC,a self-help ROGERSAT
open house and ribbon-cutting program, was started in Dade
ceremonies at the station on County under the auspices of .. PL 17502FOR .'" '
Sept. 28. OIC officials and the United Black Federation. r I
various leaders of the black A GOOD BUY ON A
community will take part in" PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
the ceremonies, scheduled to HOTEL TRAINING STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
begin at 3 p.m.Primary. CLASSES OPEN AT INSTRUMENTS.


C Registration for courses

which train students for Jobs ui.L
Fall Activities
in,the hotel Industry is being
conducted at Lindsey Hopkins
materials and en-
Free! All Education Center, 1410 NE
rollment. That chance fora 2nd Ave., Monday through Fri
higher paying Job and self- day, from 8:30 a.m. to 4p.m.,4 .:
improvement activitiesfor in room 1507.
adults and young people.
.Subjects covered in adult basic The classes, which offer
education include reading, instruction in every phase of
handwriting, English, social hotel employment, run from WAS $359.00 THIS WEEK: $329.00
studies, government, science, six to eight weeks. Many clas- (August 18th Aug. 25th) ,
consumer economics, math, es will be available eitherin
personal hygiene, family the daytime or evening,beginning TERMSTV's .
health and nutrition, and related Sept. 23,
sublects. These classes
will be betf every Monday The hotel school maintainsa STEREOS
Thursday 7-10 p.m. free placement service for j jWE
The Dade county Chapterof studentscompleting their 8 SPEAKERS

the American Red Cross courses. 3790900Phone
will also be conducting a ten

session home nursing course ADVANCE COURSE SELL HAPPINESS between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m.

every Friday from 7:30 to 9:30 AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt :
p.m. The instructor the crottrpad of North-South Expressway
Willie Mae Hannah. There are special advanced coursein ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI FtM TV
no fees included. Cosmetology is being offered Phone 751.7502 Broword: JA 2.5131
For further Information beauticians at Miami 425 E. 8th STREET
may call Mr. Franklin Clark Central High School.The class 300 N.W. 54th ST.

Primary C Community 836-0012 or School Mrs. meets from 7 to 10 p.m. and FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A. Phone and Salesman Will Call
director'at la taught by Mrs. Willie Mae In Ft. Lo id.rdoU, 1103 E. Las Olai Blvd., JA 5-371,6
Vera Thompson at the English Ceasor.
center 350-3456.

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MIAMI TIMES. FrIday. September. 19.. 19&9 15

I Black Bankers Bock Innis. YOIIIMI and MtKissiik Three, ChargedWith )?

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the National Bankers Asso-of Roy gress Innis advocated by Messers, however, used his own term speakers. Their dedication in ies as pump primers to get this 1

ciation wishes to make its position the Congress, Executive Directorof inology. In this regard, Mr. the field of civil rights and program underway. Most importantly Armed ;;
on Racial
clear as it regards recent Equality Floyd Innis used "Recoupment" to social development makes the banking industry
publicity concerning the former Director McKissick of describe his proposal Mr. these individuals and organ with its vast resources Robbery I
presentations made by various and Whitney Young Executive C.O.R.E. Young used, "Marshall Plan" izations uniquely qualified to )leadership role, and |
and Floyd McKissick used direct in as the of the '
speakers and the resolution Director of the programs these keeper Nation's )
National Urban Three Miami men were arrested -
adopted by the participants at League. Each urged that the "Black power") areas of American life. Accordingly finances, must take the lead by early Sunday and',icharged'
the Bankers, Conference the Executive Com committing ,a portion of its
on Banking industry take a sub- In spite of this semantic with the armed rob- ,
Urban Affairs which position that if meaningful own resources to these pro- '.
recently stantive role in social and eco- difference, the Committee fully bery of a Belle Glade service ;
convened in Chicago. cial and economic develop grams and using its persuasive
nomic development of the Nations of station. ;'*
supports the principle
The Committee recognized Urban Centers, that is broad substantive economic ment is to become a reality, powers to get industry and
the close similarity in the pro the Black Communities. Each grams advocated by these both government and private government to do likewise. police said that Willie B.Goodson .
industry must provide subsid 4331
21, of NW 55th,
J., Gordon, 19, of 1
2375 NW 55th St. and Anthony b

.,' H. Jones, 18, of 2682 NW Gist
St. were arrested about eight '.

1'c: :. ::, :' ,\ miles south of South Bay on
State Road 25.

',,'""'1 .f ::;: The men are accused of
seizing about $400 from a station
", ',tt\: attendant while pointing a
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these of Miami Shores
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steel cutlery pieces for only Steak Knives and Paring Knives Miami Telephone' Shores 757,5511, Florida

when you buy 8 gallons of gasoline at available for only 69 each. Peoples Bank American ol North Miami National I.

............. 990 N. E. 125th Street (
American Oil Dealers.Buy ._ .- 'a: North Miami, Florida
participating ww 'eYO", ..'l"11' ..-..". Telephone 751.6611

8 gallons of gasoline at any participating American Oil ,;: i Peoples First National Bank .1.,
I of North Miami Beach l'
fine knives for only 99C each. I, 16101 W. 'f
Dealer and get one of these Dixie Highway
: '. j Every time you buy 8 gallons of gasoline, you North Miami' Beach, Florida'
Handcrafted hollow ground stainless steel. : ,can get a matching{ Royal Chef Steak Knife or Telephone 945-4311 ,
:: ; Paring Knife for only 690.
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Serrated edges for lasting razor-like sharpness., ; ..* /. : ',,,'- .:, :" .f Commerce J
( See this Chef set 3275 N. W. 79th
fine Royal Cutlery on display Street
Acid and heat resistant laminated wood grained handles. J t ,.*,,..,/' \r'. I j now at all| participating American Oil Dealers. Miami', FloridaTelephone

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U THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 19 1969

Ex Miamian Pens Moon Song I

8 historic voyage garding our accomplishmentsduring
Wilbur L, Herring, who as one takes a "journey tothe of the Apollo this seven-day flight
grew up in Brownsville and moon at Christmas time.' around the moon.
Borman added in his
"We are, of course, pleased own
lived in Carver Ranches before Herring had composed the that W9 were privileged to handwriting, "Thank you
moving to New Brunswick song a whole year before the in man's first in- for the tapes."
r New Jersey, has written first men set foot on the moon. participate mission and are Herring is married to the
and recorded a song that he terplanetary
J has sent of a tape of to the In their letter astronauts most grateful for your kind former Florence Wheeler of
r rx moon astronauts."A said, "Thank you for your well and generous comments re Miami.
Journey to the Ml>on" wishes, for your prayers offered .-
\ is the title of the song that describes in our behalf and for i--
peering "at the night your congratulations extendedon _
and watching the worlds go by" the successful completion

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Day Spring MB Church was chell soloist; Mr. Prince Seymour
the setting recently for the pianist; directress,
wedding of ShirleyJ. King to Mrs. Evelyn Souter.Immediately .
Mr. Rudolph Beckett. The following the

and bride Mrs.is the Robert daughter King of of 2379 Mr. at ceremony the Brownsville, reception Community was held- -"....-.. ""',+,,.>; .---.-,.,,-- .. .--, -.-..-.a

NW 55th St.,Mr. Beckett is the Center, after a short tripto
son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nassau, the couple will reside "BItIJJJ/t Sum ?tuptia
Bethel of 1252 NW 68th St. at Pope AFB,North Caro
Rev Douglas Cook,performedthe lina.Out Rosetta Brown and Sgt. Sgt. Swain is the son of the
ceremony September 7th of town guest at the wed- Daniel Swain were married late Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
at 4 p.m. ding were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sept. 14 at Zion,Hope Mis- Swain.
Helene Smith was maid of uel Russell, Ft Lauderdale; ct AfWJlUtU sionary Baptist Church, at The bride's attendants
honor. Robert Cecil Kelsey, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Beckett, nya9u 1:30: p.m. were: Betty Brown, maid of h
best man. Bridesmaids were: Savannah Ga.; Mrs. Larcenla Mr. Christopher Johnserving two years in the U.S. Miss Brown is the daughter honor, bridesmaids were: Bar
f\\ Dorothy Habbison, Marion Beckett, Furman, S. C.; Mr. son wishes to announce the enArmy, of Mr. and Mrs. Chester bara Register, Mecedes Mor-
.i Kelsey and Thelma Dixon. and Mrs. James Finlayson and gag men t of his daughter, The couple plans to wed Oct. Brown, of 10730 SW 147th St., timer, Bessie Williams and
Their escorts were' : Arthur son Teaneck N. J. j Mrs. Gloria Yvonne to Mr. Glenn 4. Richmond Heights, Fla. and Theresa Brown.
Flagg, Cleveland Boyer, Elizabeth Beckett, Miss Anne Taylor. -
Willie J. Smith and Ricky L. Beckett, and Mrs. Mary B. Miss Johnson is a graduateof
Flagg usher. Denise Flagg and Harris, Paterson, N. J., Mrs. Booker T,, Washington Jiv;
VanCella Mincy flower girls; Lillian Thompkins and Mrs. Sr; High School and attendedMiamiDade '
Cleveland S. Boyer ni servedas Hortense Russell and daugh- Jr. College.Mr. .
ring bearer. Mr. Carl Mit ter of New York, N. Y; Taylor is a graduate of '
Booker T. Washington Jr. Sr i' E }
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;.".. A Homestead man died Sun Charles Grable Jr.,51,who University. He Is presentlyWIj1t11vg ; i
day after being shot In the head also lived in the rooming
Saturday at the rooming house house, with shooting Wheeler [ : :h111q
where he lived. with a .32 caliber pistol afteran 1 w
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,- ptember 19, 1969 17

",\Business and Professional 1Ttiu Ra4'd .., .

'.,X'1'1\\"'''\ 'I't ,n liar sk,'' t

t 1 ,f Women To Increase U &qqe 1 fIJJ.t. _____________

, Community Involvement 11l0J/t f'Sr Ih i'I )

The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Radford
. Women's Clubs concluded Us 34th annual convention held recently of 1405 McCloneyannouncethe
in Nashville, Tenn., after some 400 delegates pledgedmore engagement of their daughter, i
Involvement In urban problems and the development of Beverly Elaine, to Lt. Vorry 1
educational, and cultural enrichment programs for young C. Moon.
people Miss Radford and the lieu- ,', J '

In a pre-convention. Interview, Mrs. Margaret L. Belcher of tenant will marry at 6 p.m. f '
Columbus, Ga., national president, stated "Our clubs are already Sept. 20 In the New Hope Baptist r'1r- ft.
Involved In community services throughout the country Church. The prospective
attempting to answer the needs of their respective communities bridegroom Is the son of Mr.
through our special project 'Development Equal and En- and Mrs. Hoyt E. Moon of Mi-
riching'. Our convention will focus on some special areas ami.The
of concern via our theme Targets for 1969." bride-elect graduated
These targets were put in perspective in a stimulating key- from Moore High School
note address by Dr. Jayme C, Williams, Professor of Speechat 1963 as an honor student. She
Tennessee State University. Mrs. Williams, whose topics was a member of the Honor .
! was "Priorities in a World of Change" outlined the three main Society, Student Council, yq4
j challenges that must be met preparation, commitment and involvement Drama Club, chorus and the
I Workshop meetings dealt with counselling pro- band.
I ..cams, the indentity crisis, responsible protest and drug addiction She earned a bachelor of j
i? arts degree in sociology in
The group voted out a contribution$1,000 to aid flood victims 1967 at Fisk University where ,
i in Mississippi and special funds complete repair workon she was a member of Delta I ,_
an organization-sponsored community center in Cuthbert, Sigma Theta sorority, So- .' I _
c.--- ; _
Ga. A strong set of resolutions was passed, calling for deletion ciology Club, Women's Choir i- _
of the Whitten amendments from the HEW appropriationsbill and the Oval staff. i
; reestablishment of dates for compliance with school desegregation Miss Radford is a collec- _
guidelines; protection of the right to vote and supporting tion correspondent at Sears, '
legislation to eliminate discrimination in employment. Roebuck & Co. In Houston.Lt. 1 \ + *

The youth activities were highlighted by a luncheon addressed Moon graduated from _
by Dr Pearl J. Gunter, Director of Student Teaching, Northwestern High School in
Tennessee State, who pinpointed the necessity of Unity in 1962. He earned a bachelor of

Blackness, and both retiring youth department officers, Mrs. science degree In aeronautical f YI '
Dorothy North Payne,director and M':s.Darlene Wright, Junior science at TennesseeA&TState -:
leader, were honored. Miss Irene Br1ckus of the Coatesville, University in 1966. He ii!
Pa. young adult club won the coveted title of "Miss BPW 1969" was'a member of Omega Psi
for outstanding community service. Phi fraternity
Climaxing the convention was the closing awards banquet, He entered the U. S. Air
! where Congresswoman Shirley A. Chisholm of Brooklyn challenged Force and is stationed at
business and professional women to go out and create Moody AFB, in Valdosta, Ga.,
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; new-style revolutionary politicians, become an integral part where he is an instructor pi

r of the political scene where they live and become committed to lot.Lt.
r positive social change. Moon earned the Dis- DELTAS IN BAHAMAS Dr. Doris Johnson (left, who serves as a
Recipients of the 1969 awards were: National Achievement tinguished Flying Cross, one
I Award to Dr. Clotilde Bowen of Denver, first black woman to of the highest decorations senator in the cabinet of the Bahamas), presents gifts to visiting-members -
be promoted to rank of Colonel in the U.S. Army, National awarded for heroic actions,
_ Community Award t o Mrs. Carrie Hull, Nashville teacher, while he was stationed in Vietnam of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. The Deltas are,' 2nd from left, Dr.

National Junior Achievement Award to Miss Hazel Robinsonof Ann Campbell of Prairie View College in Texas Mrs. Taylor
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the Philadelphia Junior Club and National Appreciation BAHAMIAN-AMERICAN FED _
A ward to Mrs.LWie C. Francis of Huntington,L.I. Miss Linda TO' all members of the Ba- Executive Director of Delta Sigma Theta, and Mrs. Anna Scott, of Atlan. :
Rosatl of the Bronx club was awarded a 4-year scholarship. hamian-American Federation
Lighter moments, entertainment by the hostess group and .Inc., you are asked to meetat ta, Georgia. The gifts were beautiful i I straw bags relecting the Delta

social activity were provided in between too. Local leaders the Sweden House Restau-
colors. A group of Deltas visited the Bahamas following their national
were on hand to welcome the delegates and President Belcher rant'Sunday at 4 p.m. pleasebe
was given akey to the city and inducted into the exclusive Red on ,time. Freddy Bowe. convention.
: Carpet Club. The delegates enjoyed a tour of historic sites
(t and the educational centers In Nashville, including famous Fisk

University and Meharry Medical College. '
Participating sponsors offered pleasant interludes. Herb
Wright of Philip Morris, Geo. Brown,of Pepsi Cola and Chuck ,
Cofield of the Fats Domino's Restaurants were hosts to the > I
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opening and closing receptions. General Foods, with Dr. '" "

Lenora Moragne as hostess,served continental breakfasts,Joe ,. .I,: .
Makel of The Christian Brothers threw a champagne party \) 'I ':"
:a "Q' RI: : N\ ''Ejl.rs':: xi' 1 1'I
and the Falstaff hospitality suite was open where Weaver ,, .. .. ..
Hawkins held forth. Joyce Wallace of Seven-Up and Frances I < '\1> ';" ,I. ',Ill)
Savage of Heublein introduced the delegates to {'Cool Mules," I 4 j /;:'\

and luncheons for the presidents were hosted byG.S. Bradley ;
of Gulf Oil Corp. and for the youth delegates by Ed Atkinson of ,

Carnation Co. \.:
The following officers were Installed by Congresswoman
Chisholm for the 1970-71 term: President, Mrs. Margaret L. Ii the belted look
Belcher, Columbus, Ga.; Vice President, Mrs Rosalie J.
McGuire, Baltimore, Atty. Florence V, Lucas, Jamaica, N.Y. :i / A 6's.cj Y
and Mrs. Robin Owens,Flint, Mich; FlnanclalSecretarty Mrs.
Edith T. Wilson, Cleveland RecordlngSecretary, Miss Mollie i.,. Y/ in knits
Turner, Detroit; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. V. Alyce f a
Foster Dallas;'Teasurer, Miss Edythe i Harris,NYC; Editor I\
Mrs. Dorothy Boswell, Los Angles; Junior Leader, Miss { ,
Lynette M.iy, Pittsburgh and Junior Secretary, Miss Karla

Tennyson, Philadelphia i/ $16 9'
The Nashville Club, headed by Mrs. Mamie Love,presidentand v isT df <9''f
Mrs. Josephine Dungey,convention chairman served as fs y k i;y M s f I II R +i i .
host. The 1970 convention will he held August 19-23 at the Ben ,

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[ Last week I had the pleasure, or displeasure, whicheveru
choose to call it of attending traffic court with a friendo ... ,
was given a ticket for disobeying a sign at 46th St, and
f 2nd Avenue

Now first of all let me saythatI have never in my life seeno
many people in one courtroom for the same charge. Let
jne try to describe to you what traffic court is like. When en-.
tering this magnificent structure that's paid for by our taxesou r r1rc
are immediately surrounded by Important looking people.
people that seem to shout outtoyoueven before you take the
scalator to the second floor and the Metropolitan traffic
ourt that you are guilty).Whatever crime youhave committede 1 1I
building Itself seems like it's against you when you first I 4
nlk In, The lady at the information desk second floor Is a
[Cuban that gives you directions courteously quickly where .,. I
your court Is being held. 6 L>
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Thehall on the second floor Is filled with Innocent looking
[faces that seem to anticipate a guilty verdict. Court is called
{for 9:30 a.m. or,2:30 p.m. It seems like there are more Cu-
bans and blacks standing around smoking and discussing their K
predicament. After telling each other in detail how innocent
I they think they are, theyallseemtoagree It Is better to plead
guilty, pay the fine and get It over with. w i I

They all readily agree that the poor nun doesn't have a ': I
chance In court, and I was beginning to feel the same way for l'.j
my friend.. ;
Your choice of useful colorful mirror fitils/i 22 .
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fight City Hall The rich get richer and the poor get poorer).
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called and we approach the bench and I Intend to explain to the .
judge that my friend Is Innocent of any violation of the law. But r I r"
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seven other black men charged with the same traffic violation fT t jrsh
at 46th and 22nd Ave. The Judge called the police officer and
all the violators who Incidently were all black and after listenIng -
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situation can cause these many people to get a ticket some-
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 19, 1969

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A war-of-sorts has evolved and polluted air of New
over the construction of the York!
.. q sa .
jetport near the Everglades ryr M;
Next thing I knew, a partyof ----- -
National Park. This hassle of conservationists carrying tb
CEP Twins
alligator versus supersonic signs and banners, were approaching '

airplanes Is no laughing mat- jne. The spokesmanfor <,.:, .J,''.;,'i'''1'. '' Miss Harper Is employed dance at Waulgrove College
the came to the mike. '." ...f. ,'<
ter.Since group and London School of Accoun-
with the Concentrated Employment
the fact stands that
I asked him what did he think
Program as a fiscal tancy, London, England.He .
public monies are involved, about the jetport, "Well, first CEP Enrollee Gets Barber clerk. She came to CEP in has been employed by
state local and federal officIals
of all" he answered I would
the for the
EOPI as bookkeeper
December 1967. Before com-
are deeply rooted in this like to make it clear that we
ing to CEP, she worked as an New Careers. His tralningal-
, well the'I
controversy, as as are not against the construc- TrainingCharles
) includes Internal Auditor-
insurance adjuster and an assistant so
general public and conserva tion of the jetport.We are only
final accountant business
cashier, with the At- lag, ,
tionists. opposed) ,to the location of the Edwards, 19, dealing with work habits Sand lanta Life Insurance Companyfor 'correspondence practices and
Before we go any further, jetport, that is, just six little Black History. The work
comes from a family of eight three years. accounting, and youth develop-
'I here are some points to con- miles north of the Everglades brothers and sisters.He grad- habits came in very handy because ment and counseling.

sider: park We feel that we shoulddo uated from high school last if I am ever late they Miss Harper is -a graduateof Presently Mr. James Is the
(1)) The Dade County Port whatever we can to help year and began immediately (Barber College) deduct that Blackwell Memorial High fiscal officer for the Concen-
Authority has already invested preserve the wildlife of the seeking employment. He was time, from my hours, and I School and also attended Dade trated Employment program
$13 million public monies park, a park like no other in turned down time and time would really be losing; the Junior College. Her hobbies where he is responsible for
for the 39 square mile site the world. I would also like to again because of lack of skills; course in Black History made include bowling, tennis and the payroll 6f the entire CEP
Just 40 miles west of Miami. remove the fallacy that society frustration began to play the me feel proud to be me, before swimming, staff and trainees.His hobbies
((2)) The jetport will ease the, has placed on us as being I I felt Insecure."
role in his
leading, young life. guess Lynden N. James was bornin include tennis and cricket. i
work load at the Miami inter- '
'butterfly chasers. We,mem- He now plans to completehis
He wanted to to collegebut
go 1940 in Jamaica.He i
national Kingston, married to
Airport by reducing Mr. James Is
bers of the Save-the-Ever because of the family income training at the Barber
t to 30 cent of all take- finished Merle Grve High :
up per the James and
glades Committee are lovely Dorothy
pro he knew that this was College and use his skills as a
/ offs and landings. School in Jamaica and continued includes two 'I
ductive law abiding citizens, impossible.He barber: to put himself through their family
(3)) Total cost of the jetport his education with atten- I
of the community who just hap four years of college training children.
s as a giant commercial termi- pen to be fond of animals of heard about the Concen- I
nal which is not for :
expected lesser Intelligents." trated Employment Program
another ten years, is $400 I then asked the spokesmanwhat through a friend last January, !,

million. would the Port Author and decided to find out more
Lask week Governor Kirk ity and other officials have to about it. Being a Model City
went to Washington to confer face up to in order for jet- resident and unemployed made Miracle Healing Revival I
with secretaries of interiorand
port relocation. He replied him eligible. He filled out an 4
of transportation in which 4a
"Well for one thing, the Port application for the employ
r Kirk, won their support to halt Authority would have to face ment training program. He 4

construction and reconsiderthe the public and say we just spent eight weeks in'training GREATER MIAMI NATIONAL

./ jetport Kirk site.is blew $13 million, and secondly at CEP; which took him !
Since Republicanand
and most important the I r..
: ,
in Readi-
through courses Job
the leader f Dade County
controversy bas gained ness, Basic and Remedial DELIVERANCE CRUSADE
are not, Miami is not thoughtof i
much national attention, that Education and Black History. k
as being a friendly place prestige between different

for Kirk's reelection hopes. governmental agencies Is at After completing his train WITH SOME OF AMERICA'S MOST OUTSTANDING NEGRO EVAN- ;;
But the road in ,
a piece
up at CEP he enrolledas
stake. That's all I can ing was
B row ar d and Palm Beach about it now." a student at the Miami Bart THEM INTO

Counties, where the Republicans With that, the t Save-the- 'ber, _College through"CEPf I MANY NATIONS OF THE WORLD. ,

leaders have a stronghold,their Everglades Committee which takes him through seven 1. 6 Glorious Days of 'Gospel Feasting
could make maneu-
marched into the Dade County :and a half months of training.He .
vers to in have their the jetport relocated Courthouse and Ipacked up my :' has completed five of these end: Holy Ghost Blessing I' '

lapsAndcer- tape recorder and went home. months; and expresses that the .
tainly, the sweet little money re
I future looks much brighter now. '"
baby jetport would bring InJ' Pm sure thatif monies were '!
j He states, "the courses most t i'I i\
millions of dollars,create new appropriate for an unbiased
j helpful to me were the ones
and more jobs, and would con- scientific report on the environmental ;
tribute to the development of effects of the jet- FOR SALE ;
stagnant wastelands into fertile port to the animal and plant ''\4

communities and towns. life of the Everglades park Ladies dresses, suits, pant M
Down in Miami Steve this controversy could havebeen .
Mayor ,sets, cocktail, casual; cotton,
Clark doesn't want to move averted. |brocades, chiffons, knits, '\:)11

the present site of the jetport If a study had been made, it 'woo Is. New gorgeous,label t&'i&
later stated that if '
would have probably reported 'led, designers originals.Sizes
the site had to be moved, be '8-14.
that the ecology of the Everglades Only $5-25.Wed-Thurs.
: would like to see it relocated is in no great danger :Friday 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Sept.

\ in south Dade County, where and therefore, the timetable ::24, 25, 26 Leukemia Societyof
the jetliners would only have for the construction of the' I America, 804 Congress W.R. PORTEE JOHN LAWRENCE TED BYRD
to pass over water to get to the
supersonic jetport could be Building, 111 NE 2nd Avenue.
runways safety conditions.To thus., improving kept. Open to public. ORIN BOYD E. W. WJLCOTS

conservationists alike the
ffitiitiQQSeMfa ,
jetport controversy is an end KIND IN THEIR LIVES .

less strea m of "pros" versus "AAMCO From dope, drunkeness, immorality, violence, poverty, adultery to
"cons' and inter wining sickness, disease, hopelessness and fear!
thoughts and opinions.I were

to interview a cross sectionof TransmissionService WELL, HERE IS YOUR WAY OUT!!

the general public and con- Multitudes Are Delivered Nightly and Find New and
servationists, .it would prob- ? You a Abundant Life
ably go something like this; In God, As These Mighty Men of God Minister Under the Anointingof

First up'was John L., obviously can't, beat it1DAY the Holy Ghosts!
an extremist,replied' .

planes with their noise and air SERVICEMOST MINISTRIES EVERYWHERE
pollution Is making me sick. ( CAMS


John L., I asked Mary J. what O CHOIR!
she thought about the jetport' FREE 19-POINT MULTI-CHECK
new jetport will bring, in
new jobs, p e pie and money CHECH HAY ft AMANQCD Monday Sept. 22nd
and this would make us bigger ,
and better." DtoUr Addroii. Ph on. Doolor Add,... Phon.

Just then a young, hippie Miami NoMhildo 69655447635NW27thAYenuo Hlalooh 420 W 29th Strut 887-4309 Thru Sunday Sept. 28th!

dressed man who heard what Miami 751.2416 South Miami 665-6573 ,
Mary J. said, took over the 6500 NW 7th Avonuo 5771 S. Dlxlo Highway

mike and stated in opposition Th. Troll 642-6366 Purina 238-9277 Northwestern Senior High School Auditorium
.' "What's so good about growth? 2821 SW 8th -Stroat 18200 S. DUlo Highway

f, Growth only means more people North Miami 947-3469 Hollywood 927.2816 1001 Nft 12th. AVENUE MIAMI
more garbage,more ghettos 454 NE 167th Street 1332 S. Dlxlo Highway
more beer cans on side Miami B.och 538.2366 Ft. Loudordolo 566-4373 TIME: 10:30: A. M. 2:30 P. M. 6:30 P.. M. 1:30: P. M.

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I came down here in the first 1821 S. State Rood 117 in the first Service).

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THE MIAMI GIMES, Fridoym September 19, 1969 21
Bus Rider .......................................N....NN.mN..
Average Is The Poor i' i

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Who is the average bus rId- In the $6-10 thousand cate- the families of 49.3 percent : .
er in Dade County? gory, ridership was 20.8 per of the riders did not own a :
cent and 14.7 per cent of rid- car; 37 percent owned one I
According to results of a ers earning over $10,000. car and 13.7 percent owned I I
just-released study by Simpson The survey also showed that two or more cars.
{ & Cur tin, consulting .. ..<'
transportation engineers for New Routes For Beach Buses .. ,. I
the Metro Department of Traf- .

fic and Transportation, Mr. AnnouncedAll .. : '. I
Bus Rider is far more likely r I .
I to be a Miss or Mrs.who rides Metro Transit Author- west along SE 2nd'Street to : .'" I
the bus to and from work or ity bus routes running between SE 2nd Avenue and then south : : :
school. Surprisingly, only 28 Miami Beach and downtown along the present established : .
per cent of the riders are Miami will be affected by the route. There is no change :
I men. street pattern change that will northbound. .. .
go into effect on Saturday, Route B will run east alongSE I .
The study also points out Sept. 20, according to MTA 1st Street to Biscayne .. :.
I that 64.5 percent of the riders officials. Boulevard; north to Flagler .
earn less than $6,000 annually The new street alignment Street; west to Se 3rd Ave.; : ..
and that 88 percent of the will also affect the routingsand south to SE 2nd Street; west .. .
riders had no car availablefor downtown terminals of along SE 2nd Street to SE 2nd .. ..
the trip. Routes 4 and B,and will neces- Avenue and then south alongthe .
sitate terminal changes for present route. .' .4s
all routes that operate along The downtown terminal for : l
The statistics, according to Flagler Street westbound. Routes 4 and B will be locatedon .. .
Eugene L. Simm, director of The Beach routes will now SE 3rd Avenue between .
traffic and transportation,arepart use Biscayne Boulevard Flagler Street and SE 1 St. :. .
of a 18 month technical southbound, Instead of NE 2nd The new stop for all other .. .:
study being undertaken by the Avenue, and will run west on routes entering the downtownarea .
department to evaluate Rid- Flagler Street to NE 1st Ave., will be: NE 3rd Ave. & : ..
Characteristics" of the then north to NE 4th Street Flagler, NW corner-Routes j :
mass transit users as well as and turn east to Biscayne Blvd. 6,11,14 and 30; ; .
to determine the type of The buses will make stops NE 2nd Avenue,and Flagler, ..
"hardware" that will be used along Boulevard and .
Biscayne NW corner-Routes 3,15,16, .
for Dade County's future the downtown terminal will be 17 23, 25 and 32.Jackson'sByrons. ..
i transportation system. located on the north side of (NE 1st .. i
Flagler Street opposite of the Av. and Flagler, NW corner)
j In breaking down the "Purpose present stop.Additional. Routes, 6, 11, 14, 26, and : ..
of Trip" figures, the stops for Beach 30.Miami ..
overall survey Indicates that routes will be made at NE 1st Avenue and Flagler ." .
36.3 percent of riders use Avenue and 1st Street; NE 1st Routes, 3, 15, 16, 17 23, ..
buses as the main means of Avenue and 3rd Street and at 25, and 32. .
transportation to and from all designated bus stops on NE NW 1st Street between Flag :
work and 34.3 per cent use 4th Street. ler and 1st Street Routes .
{, public transportation to The southbound alignment of 6, 11, 14, and 30 plus 3, 15, ..
r schools.Of MTA Route 4 will be changedand 17, 23, 25, 26 and 32. ki1F: .
extended east along NE The stop in front of the Dade :
the 64.5 per cent of rid- 14th Street to Biscayne Blvd.; County Courthouse has been D .
ers who earn less than$6,000a south along the Boulevard to eliminated and has been replaced : llNd.Ad1 1 AY :
than half earn Flagler Street; west to SE 3rd by the stop at Miami a :
year, more ,
?" f less than $3,000. Avenue; south to 2ndStreet;, Avenue c and Flagler" .Street. ..: ,::1\1,\ :. '.

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It r CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Tamil y of the late, Mrs. Annie M_? Murray Mrs. Brasilia Perry of 1217
DORIS WALKER Bunkley of 690 West 24 Street NW 62nd St. Survivors includeone

would like to thank the many Hialeah died Sept 13 at Hia- sister' Mable Morris of

friends who expressed their leah Hospital, 'She'is survivedby Tayton Spring. Services were

I CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMFor sympathy by cards, tele- a daughter Bobbie Jean; held from Greater Bethel A ME

I CARD OF THANKSThe grams, letters and flowers.It two sons Wesley and Henry; Church.

4 'The family of the late, a loving mother,grand was deeply appreciated and a sister Christina Walker.Remains -
Family of the late, mother, and great grandmother helped to ease the burden of were shipped to Jack- Simpson McKinney of 1809
MRS. ELSIE BISSETT, who departed this life son died 7. Survivors
our great loss. Mississippi. NW 1st ct., Sept.
who departed this life August Aug. 4, 1966. "The rose still Benjamin! Eafford of 2132 include wife and son

24, wish to thank the many ..... .. .. ... .' grows beyondthe at held
NW 68th
died 13
friends for cards letters ..": ''.. wall, St. Sept. George. Services
telegrams and floral, offer-, i '(S,\L r Still blooming just as fair, Jackson Hospital. He is sur- Friday in the chapel.

'.:.II,. ''' And somewhere in that great vived by his wife Bernice; Mrs. Marie Riley of 10521
ings also Rev. Preston and ''
: 111 beyond, seven children, his mother SW 178th St. Services were
members of the Peaceful
.: In peace and free from care, Rosa B.; two sisters, fourbro- held from Sweethonw Baptist
Zion Church
mem- Blessed with eternal life, thers. He will be shipped to Church. '

bers of Pallbears Lodge,per- We'll find our loved one waiting Arlington, Georgia for ser Jesse Moss of 162202 NW
sonnel and staff of Hottse of .tP '
: there." vices Saturday at Kiokee M3 17th Pl., died Sept. 10. Sur-
\ Albert for all acts of kindness
church vivors include Robert and Allen
i shown to us during our. bereavement ,
of 2421 NW
Family of the late Doris Nada Bradley cousins; one niece Eald

r f' t 1, 4C..J ."S. '.. Walker 67th St. died Sept 14 at Jack- Johnson. Services were held
Mr. Robert Moss Mrs.
son Hospital. He is survivedby in the chapel.
; JJ Margie Brown, Mrs. Laura '..' 'fI'I
his wife Ella eight 1305
Mary ; Mrs. Essie Person of
J ; Newmon, Mrs. Olive Rolle j'V" CARD OF THANKS""" ._. children, three brothers,.four NW 69th St. died Sept. 9. Sur-
Davis 1sisters. Services will be held vivors include sons Williamsand
a.z. '1""""" __
The family of the late Saturday, 2 p.m..at Greater James Person; aunt Daisy
IN MEMORIAMIn OLIVE MATTHEWSA Bethel AME Church. Hunt. Services will be held at

1 expresses sincere. appreciation sad but loving loving smile we loved to see MRS, MATTIE HAYNES Mrs. Essie Mae parler of Drake ,Memorial Church.
to for kind memoryof
everyone your dear wife and a voice we loved is still 9120 NW 13th ct.died at Cbat- Mrs.Beatrice: Bodie of 404

deeds', words condolences. my uu,.u__ A place is vacant in our home wish to express our thanks tahoochee, Fla. She is sur- NW Rth St' Remains are being

your prayers, your understanding All- whict.. never can be filled. for the prayers and kindnessof vived by her mother Mrs.Vir- shipped to) Charleston, S. C.

love and, gifts. !., Some may think. you are for- neighbors and friends for ginia Pugh; three brothers' to Moultrie Funeral Home.
these gestures'certainllthelped.
gotten their time, food, cards: and Raiford Davis,'James and Bro. Mrs. Fannie Peters of 10440

to brig itenAour burdenv Though .on earth you are no flowers Thanks to Elder Wilson Sullivan Pugh of the Gospel SW 172nd:St. died Sept. 12 at
Special thanks to Rev. Atchison more and members, the Range Consoler singers. Arrange- Jackson Hospital. Remains

1 and the Mt. Calvary and the But in memory you are withus Funeral Home. May God bless ments are'incomplete. were shipped to Atlanta, Ga.
Rev. Albury
I family Mt. Sinai family, the Lily .j 24j \ as always as you were each of you. Essex Robinson of 1330 NE Frank Davis of Cox QuarterNo.

before. Bayshore Dr., diedSeptember 26 died Sept. 12. Final
I White Lodge No. 190, the New ,
...'. 3'.'. Sadly missed daughters: The Family 13 at Jackson Hospital. He is rites will be held in Jacksonville -
Providence Chapter No. 99 of .... .
\'W'' & his mother Carola I
w. .. Mrs. Dorothy Matthews survived by .
the Eastern Stars, the House- ... "
;tF.: ."" Mrs. Winifred Brooks sister Annie Hollingsworth, Charlie Wheeler, died Sept.
hold of Ruth the neighbors of
Mrs. Carletha Scavella, and< a friend Ella Mae Sim- 14 at Jackson Hospital. Re-
> NW 63rd St., the nurses at CARD OF THANKSThe
granddaughterMr. nmette.. Arrangements! are mains will be shipped to Bly-
Christian Hospital Dr. W. A.
Oliver Burnett, grandson incomplete. theville Ark
Patterson, Jr., and the Rich- ----- family of the lateNATHANIEL :4;

ardson Funeral Home and the MRS. IRENE POITIERwho -., -'M' _"'''.. I
Idle Hour Art Club. departed this life Sept. Mr. Anthony Scavella,great RICHARDSON

"May God plant a special 8, 1956. grand I; ; 'A.a

blessing in your lives." Gone, but not forgotten. May Is Your Luck Crossed Up?

she rest in peace. CARl OF THANKSThe Can't ?Are You
The AskewWa, lker, Wil- HoldMoney y;
Sick? Can't Get Work?
liams and Tukes families
Milton Poitier, husband family of the late 1 Can't Hold a Job? Can't

f ,. f"fft / '.". ''" K .felA'4 Hold Friends I ? Family
IN MEMORIAM Problems? Can't Overcome s,
Enemies? ,

.. family of the late, Com .ee this gifted woman t
of God with all
MR. J. f R lems. Prayer chana4
wish to thank the many friends things.. God can do anythingbut

and relatives for their expres-, I- -'......... fall. No appointment no
sion of sympathy and kindness cessary.
during our bereavement. For PINDER MOTHER SMITH'' '

food, flowers, cards, dona- r, Phone: 691-2976
tionsand prayers. i wishes to thank our many 2311 NW 82nd Street ;

j" Special thanks to Rev. A.D. friends for kindness shown to Miami, Fla. '
(Open for )
Hall, pastor of Ebanezer us during our bereavement. engagements
w Church. Also to the staff of Special thanks toBishops (S ) s

Funeral George Knowles Mrs. Tbelma Melton North
Range Home. Bishop R.B.
May God bless each of you., d' Davis and Bishop C. A. Know-, of 420 SW 4th St., Homesteaddied 19)i

\ dP- r M les of the Church of God of Monday at Jackson Hos-
JASON J. WILLIAMS pital. She was a life longresl- i
Mrs. Mae Belle Dean, Prophecy also Rev. lJ.V. Stuart _
Dec. 23, 1917- Oct. 19,1966We 705 NW 3rd Ave., Miami MRS. LAVENIA OLIVER, of St. Mirts W.M.Church dent of Homestead. Services -

t mourn for him silence who departed this life September and Range Funeral Home. will be held Saturday, 1 p.m. TOOTHACHEDon't fi

J no eyes can see us weep, but IN MEMORIAMIn 1, wishes to thank neigh- Thanks for flowers, cards and in St. Paul Baptist Church in

,r many a silent tear is shed, bors and friends for, their all other to all deeds done. Homestead. Survivors Include suffer -relieve w '

\ while others are asleep. loving memory' of our kindness during our bereave- -May God bless you all. her mother, Lizzie Melton; ORA pain.JEL.In seconds Many dentists as millions recommendi do with ,\i;, ".

dear mother ment cards and flowers. one sister Mrs. Ollie Pal- using ORA.JEl until you get r

Sadly missed by wife,family Thanks to all clubs of New Mrs. Rosetta Pinder, more; three aunts Merna professional treatment. x*....**.... \",r

and friends. Bethel Baptist Church and mother Owens, Mary Chandler and ora-jel I' ;':.---q.i. :'i
Cora Lee Bird. .......
Rev. Ernest Williams and Mrs. Ellen Evans, sister t
members of South Broward Mrs., Lucy Johnson, sister'

CARD OF THANKS Funeral Home and staff May and Family

'I!, ," God bless all of you.
i ;" Tan
We, t the family of the late, "{ ;, :'<... .... topics
Two sons Yorick and Cedric

wish to express our sincere sad but loving memory of
MEMORIAM. i! > r ,
gratitude *fo those who were so '

helpful during our hour of bereave :
{ -
.A ,garden o memories still '' "
melt. Your cards, let- '
.. lives in our hearts for our .
ters, telegrams, beautiful MRS. VIVIAN L. HIGGS dear-one, :> ) a .., ,
t flowers and all acts of kind who departed this life Sept. "

r ness was gratefully appreciaed. 15, 1965. ELIZABETH EABELL

We have spent many hours KERR

A special: thanks. goes to St.. remembering that sad day,and who
departed this life
i Paul AME Church and Rev. the days that followed which 11 Sept.
T. C. KellyFather Kenneth J. have left 1963.
a gap that cannot be
Major, vicar of Church of the filled lin our lives.She is gone, Our life is like a gardenOf

.. Incarnation, the C. A. Gibbs but not forgotten. A loving thoughts of you
nurse who smiles
Club, the Stewards Board,

John Griffin American Le- Daughters: Catherine Bain, When illness provokes othersto

gions Auxiliary Post No. 165,' Jane Jones, Johnnie Mae Le- With grief. ec
Mrs. valdez Murry and the comforting words
verity Goldie Mullins andju-
To the ones she tends C V
Spiritual Guidance Temple of anita Williams; sons:John and Appeal to God
Truth. David Leverity BERNARD GERALD PRATT
''i We extend a special thanks Whom she depends who departed this life Sept.

t to Rahmlngs Evergreen and Though our hearts are aching 2, 1963.

t Richardson Mortuaries and Because you're apart our gar We all love you, but God
staff for the use of their cars loves you best.

and to Mrs. M. Athalle Range MR. DAVE MILLER will always linger on.

rt r and co-workers Range Funeral ,Gerald Pratt, father
Home. family wishes to thank all Sadly missed by: Enith Pratt, mother

May God, bless each and friends for their kindness,. Mrs. Charlotte Louise Bowe, Claudia White, sister
everyone of you. prayers, floral pieces.Thanks Trlandos Pratt, brother /SO MATTER
to the staff of the House of Mrs.Enlth Lois Wallace, Lovan p. Pratt, sister I'DEAR UNLESS YOU'RE BROKE I"

The Hall Family Albert. niece and other relatives.. and Family c."IV1'liIH< # )irAG-


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: -w sss slat ssa rlai r.ee.r-
Mr. and Mrs John W Mc-
S Keever of 4715 SW 27th St.
West' Hollywood celebrated
their 22nd Anniversary on
Sept. 13 at their home. Some
pf the guests were : Mr. and -t/1.
Mrs. Pullom, Mr. and Mrs.
l Tucker, Mr. and Mrs,, Clay-
a't a'a ton Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.
t Y w..pr a. .....w.kw. Brook, MR. andlMrs.stebbins r
.a F it. .MMh Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Glover
Mr. and Mrs. Shadrick, Mr. 693-2732
and Mrs. Batton,Mr and Mrs.

_.._ Crumble, Mr. and Mrs. Jor-
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dan, Mrs. Belle Brown and d
These smiling teenagers were honored for their volunteer work at Cedarsof company Mr. and Mrs. Al AMERICA FURNITUREMOO
Lebanon Hospital during the summer vacation. Bryant, Mrs. Willie Johnson
and and wife Eleanor
truly -
They received citations for completing a special "Patient Feeding" yours Bowe. 11 m m.

course which enabled them to assist the regular nursing personnel. Shown at
the Annual Teen Volunteer Awards Luncheon held at the Sorrento Restaurantare George L. Pinder of West

: (Seated, L to R) Germaine Miller, Cameia Culmer and Elsa Ramirez., Hollywood and coach of the Silver -

rear: (L, to.R) Laura Nelson: Mary Jiminez, Beverley Hutton and Nancy Toler. their Tan first Football game last team weekendat won

Commendations are forwarded by Cedars to their respective high schools, the old Yankee Stadium on t Kb t
to be incorporated into their achievement records. old Dixie and Johnson St.
They played against the Op-
tional team. Touchdowns were
\ Q 4
made by Parnell Miller Jr., 1} r fi
Jerome Smith and Kip Finder.
The VFW Post No,8195 will
",j hold its regular meeting Sun
Jry r day at 4 p.m. all officers and
members are asked to be

dN4twH G Don't forget the Ladies
Auxiliary Saturday and Fri
day night fish fry at the post
home this weekend.Our membership
drive is still on. MR. LESTER ALBERT OwnerA
funeral service you will always remember,
Where to get :your Miami because of a loved one you can never forget, ..

Times: Hanks Grovery, Hal- so you 'may rest assured when you;call the
landale Beach
Blvd. Hanks
No 2, 120 9th St. Hallandale, House 'of Albert, if the spirit is right, It Is

Outler Grovery, M&G Market, the first step up towards heaven,
and Mitchell, West Hollywood.
House of AlbertWhere

w service begins and never ends


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Barbara Lee of New York City poses I in Time Square atop the 1970 Corvette 69L7661 685-3533 233-2810

'a' Stingray convertible which will be one of five ,sportcars to be givenaway'

as first prizes in the biggest military sweepstakes contest ever held.

Sponsored by Lorillard I makers of Kent, Newport, True and Old Gold ciga- MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

rettes, the contest Is called the "Big Wheels" Sweepstakes. Other prizes include -
100 Harley-Davidson "M65 Sport"motorcycles for second place winners.
One thousand Racer watches will be given to third place winners. 8888
. .To enter the contest a serviceman has only to send his name, address and
; bottom I from Kent True Old Gold .
two flaps Newport, or cigarette packages. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
Entries must be received'by November 15, 1969. Entrants must be 21 years of :W710'!!! I v..,. ,

age or older. 1Jl i I@

Entry blanks may be found, in local military newspapers, commissary t ..
stores, canteens, bottle shops, bowling alleys and military clubs. MODEL, 11P50A WITH

Rudy Williams Gets Miami-Dade Post EAR 'HONE If You're from
An' administrator with theE Huston '- Tillotson College, of the Bureau's Indian School, $5.00 .
>PI In Miami since 1966, Austin, Texas, with a..B.S. in An Army veteran, the educator y
[Rudy V. Williams has been business administration. He is an elder in the Presbyterian Georgia
I named an administrative as- 'received his master's degreein church'and active in DOWNCall .
fsistant In the central, operation education from the University cub scout work.'He is the father
4 'of Mfa m 1-Dade Junior of Arizona and has taken of four young children.Bfafcfi's or West Florida
a j [College.In advanced studies at Barry
. announcing the appointment College and Florida Atlantic 751-5629
A, M-DJC President Peter University. NO CREDIT '
Maslko, Jr. said that Williams Williams taught In Tucson, REQUIRED You are entitled
will assume his new post Sept. Ariz., public schools and for. ,
15. seven years was the Bureau of
\ A native of,Texas,Williams Indian Affairs,Gallup NT.Mex. to Special Death
graduated cum laude from as teacher and then principal ALSO:

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I II I .'" Christianity A White Man'sReligion

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/' attheU.S.I I meeting. Most of the delegates finding alternatives, to the welfare
The black caucus '
are evangelical Protestants system.
: ongress on Evangelismdrew : CHRISTIANS practice equal
< who came to the congress
, up an 11-point list of recommendations '
n sale and
to study technques of opportunity ;] the
: last week for conservative and that ,
leading persons to make a rental of property
Protestants to
. I 'commitment to Jesus Christ, "white Christians stop fleeing

>\' ;' app gnu 3n Etjurrlj!! &uu 8t erase being the a image white of man's Christianity reli-- ;but their attention Increasingly from communities when

> gioo" J has been drawn to the racial blacks, move in."
: :: ;situation. CHRISTIAN employers remove -:
\ "This is not a black mani-
: GRACE The black caucus also recommended -
: WORLD PEACE DAY festo," black evangelist Tom unnecessary barriers to
(: that: employment of minority.
Skinner of Brooklyn N.Y.
.. Rev. W. F, Savoy, pastor The Baha'is of North Dade said. "But a black manifesto CONGREGATIONS develop
Congratulations to the anniversary are,congratulating themselves church will present eventually will come from this 'suburban housing programs THE CHURCH provide remedial -
committee for,the upon being able to procure Rev. Oris Mays of Memphis, caucus." for black persons, stimulate education, training and

\ outstanding "back to school Thadeus Taylor to speak at Tennessee, recording singer One recommendation urged I.black pride and study black money so minority youths can

J I fashion show" of last Sunday their observance of World and preaching on Tuesday, churches to aid in finding history; assist in minority attend Christian colleges,high
Peace Day to be held at 8 p.m. and aid in schools and seminaries.
; afternoon. Sept. 23, at 8 p.m. The program "better alternatives to the programs;
This Friday at 8:15 p.m. Sept. 19 at James E. Scott will be held at Nathan present welfare system and
we will lead worship with Rev. building, 4901 NW 7th A venue. 14120 NW
Young, Elementary ,
practices, even to the pointof '
Lawrence Reddick, pastor of Mr. Taylor recently arrived 24th Ave. The public is Invited guaranteed income."

Y the Church of the Kingdom of from Lima, Ohio with his gra- Rev. Ernest Talmadge is The recommendations were '

God, 2353 NW 152nd St. Opa- cious wife Vera and little son pastor. prepared for the 4,600 delegates

W locks We ask that the choir, Andrew is deputy director of Choir No. 2 sponsor. attending the week-long

q' k congregation and, friends be the greater'Miami Coalition,
4 present. a research and planning or

This Saturday morning, ganization. His talk will be NEW BETHEL NEW PROVIDENCE

young people the church and taken from the Baha'i writings

neighborhOod'are, invited to which outline a comprehensive Rev. Ernest Williams pastor
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
i participate in the track and plan for a world co- Alice Harris, reporter Arsula Edwards, reporterThe

field day held at the church of operation based upon equalityand Orders are now being taken Jr. missionary Dept.

I the Master at Opa-lockaBlvd. justice. for home made cakes, you is sponsoring a Weiner Roast
and 17th Avenue.Calling ., The public is invited.
'! order by calling
f may your Saturday, 8 p.m. at the homeof
; all 12th graders and Mrs.Alice Harris at 696- the directress Mrs. Mel-
adults! We will have an
: 4086.
LILY rose Allen, 1320 NW 84th
: after summer round-up meet Tickets are now on sale for Terrace. t
:; x ing this Sunday at 6 p.m., bet A Night In Nassau in behalf of The Jr. Missionary Dept. 8u 4
sure to save this time to beat Monday night we had one the Little Miss New Bethel
will celebrate their anniversary -
the church. of our old members Mrs. _.
\ contest for tickets see Mrs. ---- -- --" --- ----- ----
Sunday, 3 p.m. The publicis
t Willie Lenox Grier who is visiting A. Harris.
her father and family.She
., ZION HOPE There will be a sale at the Consecration hour of prayeris
is now living in Detroit, Michi home of Sis. Sergeon Saturday
held at 5 each
a.m. Sunday. The Herman Thomas Gospel would like to have a spiritual
:, Rev. Paul Feeman, pastor gan.Leaving for Howard University in behalf of the contest, Chorus will sponsor a musical feast, don't miss this greatprogram
f Bessie Williams, reporter 1740 NW 50th Street. at Mt. Aaron M, B program
,7'a ji Sunday, at 3 p.m. the pastor on Sept. 8 was James The Women's Day committee MT. SINAI Church, Rev. Otis Sample,

; ;' Is, asking the entire church to McGruder, Jr.Birthdays is ,sponsoring a trip to Key Rev Cleo Albury, pastor, pastor, on this Saturday night For further information,

1 ? accompany him to Day Spring for September are West Saturday, the bus will B. Boney, reporter at 8 p.m, featuring the voices contact Brother Thomas, director
Luckie and
Mrs. Ophelia Mrs
Rev. Slater, pastor. leave the church at 6 a.m. Sunday morning speakerwill of the White Rose Gospel Singers at 691-0605, 1370 NW
Friday night, Sept. 19 the Marie Gaines. See Sisters Hepburn, Bridge- be Rev. Clifford S. Fel- and many others. If you 80th Street. j
I entire women's dept. is sponsoring Our deepest sympathy is water or' Ellleen Williams for, der, Jr.
1/ in of extended to,the family of Mar.vin.Screen'Jr. tickets. ;' is extending 'I" ,
: a banquet,: behalf Tie) Brotherhood\ -;
who was killed, ", /' M.r ? NEW SHILOHRev. ST. JAMES
:women's '-day. Sis: Elizabeth'! an invitationfornewmembers
Jackson of Millrock Baptist: in Vietnam. Deacon H. Peoples
I Church will be our guest. Juanita McCloudisreporter. NEW MT.. MORIAH I president; also Choir No. 3, A. M. Griffin,pastor. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
is Invited. Ella Elam, reporter Nellie Saunders,reporters "
speaker. The public Sister A. 'Tanner, president.ANNOUNCEMENT .
Saturday the youth dept. is Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor ; Beginning Friday at 8 p.m. The pastor is asking all

sponsoring a potato sale ands GREATER St LUKE Evelyn Souter, reporterThe and ending Sunday at 3 p.m. members and choirs of the

weight party at the home off No. 3 Choir will celebrate will be an old fashion meet church to accompany him at 3

: Bro. Nathaniel Williams,1810 Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor their anniversary. Sept. ing. Friday nights speaker will p.m. Sept. 21 to Ebenezer ME
Betty Taylor, reporter be Rev. Nelson 'Raines of the Church to render
f NW 84th St. Please come out 26th and 28th. The Pastor's Aid Union win services.
Choir No. 1 wish to thank C Lord C's. Sunday afternoon All to be
and help make this a success. Our own Rev. Joe Johnsonis meet this Sunday 3 at persons baptised,
all their many friends and p.m. speaker will be Deacon Clifford
5 carrying on while our pastor confirmed or babies to be ..
i, members for helping them Bright Morning Star Baptist Brown The C Lord C's '
is away to the National Christened are asked to be
raise $427.42 in their million Church Rev. A Swain,pastor. Smiling Jubilee's and theElam's present at the 11
l )r FRIENDSHIP dollar Baptist Convention in Mo. The pastor of Mt. Olive P.B. a.m.servicesfor
wedding. Sisters will render
Some of the members who are same.
Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor The Deaconess will sell din also there: Sis. A. K. Brown, son Church choir, Rev.and 0 ushers L, Nicker-will be music. This program is In behalf Brother Louis Sparks is inviting

Our chairmen for Fellow ners all day Saturday at the Sis. Alberta AndersonandSls. in of the building fund. the membership to a

\;}I ship Day Oct. 19 are Deacons church. Mary Souter. charge. There will be 'a baby contest Christening reception at his

i, Albert Lewis, Isaac Ether- The No. 2 Choir will spon- Wednesday at 8 p.m. between home on Sunday, 1140 NW 76
dige, Laura Mathis and Lucy sor a Pink Tea at the homeof Cassandra Matchettand Angela Street.

: Rembert. We are asking all Mr. and Mrs. 0. Taylor, SHADY GROVE MT. TABOR Chain In behalf of the Stewardess Board No.3 will

our friends to fellowship withus 1995 NW 47th St. Saturday. Gainesville, Fla. home mission anniversary. have their anniversary Sunday

on that day. The Juniors will have a On Friday at 8 p.m. Choir Rev. J. W.Hendon,pastor The Willing Workers club at 3 p.m.

The Pastor's Aid is sponsoring musical program at the church No. 1 will celebrate their 1st Wllhelmlna Sands,reporter 'will have a dinner sale all day

a Tea Sunday, 4 p.m. Sunday Anniversary. Baptism will be held Sunday Saturday at the home of Sis.

at 73 NW 45th Street. Mrs. Dinners will be sold in the Sept. 28 at 11 a.m. Claudia Bryant, 1200 NW 65th BROWNSVILLERev.

: L. R. Ross is expected to show CHRISTIAN I dining room Saturday, in the Dinners will be sold at the St. In behalf of the Willing

the fashion on hats. Sis. Lucy FELLOWSHIPRev. interest of Prince Hall Ma church Saturday, please call Workers Club anniversary. F. L. Johnson, pastor

Rembert is No.1.. will 693-0820 or 693-0821 toplace Elizabeth
1 president. P S Brown, pastor son's Lodge They Wright,reporter
Sympathy toSis.AlmaGlover M. L Nixon, reporterThe also render a program Saturday your order. Mr... AARON Choir No. 1 will begin their
Johnson in the loss of her at 8 p.m. 9th anniversary Friday, 7:30
I' uncle. Youth Ushers' Board On Sunday at 3 p.m. Choir We ''wish to thank all our p.m. and will climax Sundayat

car wash is still active at 720 No. 1 anniversary will termi SACRED HEART friends who worshiped with us 3 p.m. They are asking
NW 46th St. Please last in Deacon's
DRAKE MEMORIAL bringyourcars nate. ORTHODOXRev. Sunday our your support.
Saturday to be washed. Fellowship Day to help makeit There will be a call meet-
too Adult choir rehearsal will Donald Anthony, rector a success. ing a t the church
Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. be held Tuesday before the NEW HOPE The women take this opportunity On Thursday night, the Liberty day night. The on Wednes-
pastor and officers
T. Green, reporterThe first and third Sundays at 20 to express their sincere Chorus Union will celebrate -
to thank all Rev. H. are urging all membersto
pastor wish C. ,pastor
NW 68th St. thanks to all who made it's anniversary at Mt.
members and friends who went Patricia Gowen, reporterThe their women's day'celebration Aaron. Deacon G. W. Smith is attend.
l with him on last Sunday to BTU,is every Sunday at 5:30 No. 1 Ushers' Board thanks to Oct. 26 mules our church
a Special president.The .
Shiloh Baptist Church. p.m. A series of educationaland wish to thank for 9th anniversary, all auxiliaries -
everyone all of our friends, patrons and Herman Thomas Gospel
fl The chalrmanandco-chalr-. entertaining programs are coming out and making their are expected to contributeto
well Chorus
wishers. will
sponsor a Gospel
U man thank all the women who prepared Just for you. anniversary a.success. Song Feast Saturday at 8 p.m. this cause.

were present on last Sunday There will be a wedding at featuring many groups of our
." morning to organize our fourth the church on Friday at 5:30 KELLY'S CHAPELRev. city. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA

annual women's day program. p.m. -

; NEW HOPE W. H. Butler,pastor MEMORIAL TEMPLERev. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor

Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Marie Carr, ,reporterThe Willie J. Beard, reporter

Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe DAY SPRING Women's Society of I. C. Mickins,pastor The pastor is concluding a
Gilbert reporter Male Chorus invites Christian Service urges all Lucille Beckett, reporterThe week of revival at Mt. Pilgrim

Elaine at,8 p.m.regular each of you to a tea on this Rev W. M. Slater,pastor members to be present next Sunday School is sponsoring MB Church, Rev. J. W.

(Oo teachers Thursday meeting and Bible Saturday night at 8 p.m. at the Bessie Wilkerson, reporterOur Sunday from 4-6. Business a car wash at the church Everson, pastor, come out tonight -
home of Sis and Bro.Conyers, Pastor's Anniversary of importance. 16600 NW 44th Ct. Saturday and hear him.
class.' 1354 NW 53rd St. began Tuesday, and reachesits There will be a Musical Tea 4 p.m. $1 per car. The pastor will be running
vacation -
will on
t The pastor month of The YWA will sell apple and climax Sunday with Rev, in behalf of women's day on The women will observe a weeks revival beginning
t' for the entire potato pies In the dining room Paul Freeman and congregation the fourth Sunday at 4 p.m. their first Women's Day Sun- Monday night and concluding i

September, welcome on Sunday mornng. They are conducting services. The C Lord C's will be here day, Nov. 23. Mrs. Cora Reid, Friday, Sept. 26 at Central

Visitors are always fellowship asking everyone to patronize Morning services will be. the second Sunday In OctOberto chairman and Mrs. Claretha MB Church, 5300 SW 20th St.
to come and them. conducted by Rev. Brown render services at 3 p.m. DuPree is co-chairman. West Hollywood.JIIr .
with Us each Sunday.



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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 19, 1969 25


Peace Day
"Youth- Builders of a New sponsored annually by the U.S. By ELEANOR HAYNES
World" will be the theme of Baha'i Community. QUEEN'S VOICE, NEW YORK

this year's world peace day. This year the Baha'Is arc "Some folks dream dreams and ask why? I dream things

On September 21, members of observing a youth year with the that never were and ask why not?" Those were some of the
Baha'i Communities, located overall theme of 'Youth For late Senator Robert F. Kennedy's favorite words. But the

in over 2,500 American cities One World.' dream that will go down in history is the famous "I have a
will observe the day and dedicate A public meeting sponsored dream" by the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was one
it to world youth. by the SouthDadeBaha'iCom- '
of God's most loving crusaders. wr
The purpose of world peace munity will be held at 2 p.ra That speech will be a reminder forever that someone thought lV
is to the at 11527 South Dixie, in the er uirrrllrllle
day spread recognition beautiful and loving things about mankind.
1M1,11 111 IrIN
Sun Hand
of America's spiritual Shopping Center And out in Cleveland, Ohio, another young man also had a
destiny to raise the standardof Mark Johnson, 19, of Gainesville dream, He is Mr. Cecil King(no relation to the late Dr. King.) \
peace in the world. It is will be the speaker. The He wanted to go into business and wanted Dr. King's name
public is invited to
attend remembered somewhere in the business. Mr. King conceivedthe

idea of a black-owned and operated enterprise to fill an

ST. MARY'SThe TEMPLEThe Important need in that community:the need for better employ-
ment opportunity for inner city residents by establishing v2T
Twilight Club will worship women organized 01 cessful black businesses, which will inspire others to try the
with us to celebrate their same thing.
Sunday for their annual wo
43rd anniversary Sunday.At men's day observance.Selected Mr. King decided that two heads have more thinking power
4 p.m. Sunday the Stewardess to lead the group are: Mrs than one. So Dr.. Ralph Gardner was.Introduced to Mr. King

will have a program A. Clark, chairman, Mrs and then the two men came up with a "brain storm" and called
at the church. M. Hepnurn, co-chairman; it the "American Dream Soap Co." L
Don't forget the raffle sponsored in 1968 When .. -
formation of
Mrs. Ruth Thurston, treasurer The actual the company began -:'
by the W 0 m e n' s Day ; Miss Elsie Douglas,sec the founders contacted Mr.Charles Hickox,a leading businessman -

committee at the church social retary. Every member is expected in Cleveland, who, in turn, introduced company principals AIR AFRIQUE HOSTESSES SHOW OFF NEW COSTUMESChic
hall Friday at 8 p.m. to fall in line and push to Mr. Henry Levine of Squire Sanders and Dempsey, a new hostess esembles, designed to be admired In the

Three prizes will be given) for the second Sunday in No well known law firm, now serving as the company's legal azure skies over Africa, were premiered recently by Air

away. vember. counsel.On Afrique, the multinational Afrian airline:
Our sick Is'Sis. Bertha President Florence Rep September 4, 1968, American "Dream" Soap Co. was The occasion of the fashion show was the opening of the new
Johnson in Jackson Hospital. burn and members of the Mis incorporated, and today it's no longer a dream, it's for real, Port-Bouet/AbldJan air terminal the capital of the Ivory

sionary Society wish to than! only the products are called "dream." Coast Republic. Among the distinguished guests on hand were

all the auxiliaries and mis The company produces facial soap, deodorant bars, liquid Presidentand Madame Houphouet-Boigny, the chief executive
MT. OLIVETTERev. sionaries from other churches dish washing soap, and laundry powder. Their names are, and first lady of the Ivory Coast.
for cooperation on the occas "Dream, Dreamer, Dream Detergent, and Jet, Power." In The hostess costumes were fashioned by top Paris designer

G.W.Warren,pastor ion of the celebration of their Cleveland alone these products are now in the following stores: Ted Lapidus exclusively for Air Afrique. They consist of a

Norma Lawrence,reporterThe anniversary Sunday afternoon Fisher/Fazio/Casta;A&P, Kroger, Picki Pay,Seaway Foods, basic dress in a rich,bright rust tone with matching Jacket and

City Wide Mission will Our get well wishes got< Heinens, and other self-service stores. coat. A pertly peaked cap,also in rust, tops off the ensemble,
hold their meeting here Sun- Mr. Fred Hepburn, member The grand opening was held at the huge warehouse in Cleve- which is embroidered with the Air Afrlque symbol gold.

day at 3 p.m. Sister Ruth Lu- of No. 1 Choir who isapatien land on December 6, 1968. The warehouse is approximately Shoes and handbags are in marine blue and are also exclusiveto
cus is president.Our in Northshore Hospital; and< 5,000 square feet, with ceilings 20 feet high, and when Mr. Air Afrique.
pastor will be back in Mrs. Miriam Jolly. King was dreaming,brother,he dreamed in a big way! Even the Air France is. general agent in North A merle a for Air

the pulpit this Sunday, after office covers 3,500 square feet, complete with a receptionarea Afrique.

attending the National Baptist CHRIST kitchen., a secretarial pool, and facilities, including full bath and

It is estimated that 50% of the 70,000 families In metropolitan Free ChestXRay
Canon T. R. Gibson, rector
Cleveland will use Dream Products. By November they
BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD Antoinette Silva, reporter hope to have expanded business to Washington, D. C., Detroit
October 8 and 9 are the datesof and Chicago.'Now it's our turn here in New York to really be s

Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor the special' Diocesean Con- "soul" brothers and help each other by purchasing"Dream" Free chest x-rays on the
vention held to organize
Shirley Cooper, reporter being products because, as of now, they are on the shelves of our Christmas Seal Mobile Chest
'Beginning 18 will the new diocese, elect a bishop ROOMOUTFITS
Sept. we local A&P stores, Finast, etc. Unit will be availableto
have our regular, services and adopt a constitution and a, The company's New York associates are Mr. Victor Williams X-Ray all 18 of .:

every Thursday at 8 p.m. canon. Holy Trinity Parish in !"who is the eastern ales representative, covering the age'and persons over, at, the following years

Sunday at 3 p.m. we will be West Palm Beach will be the entire eastern seaboard, and also Mr. Kim Minus, another locations: '

in Coconut Grove on Douglas host of the convention.On eastern sales representative. Last but not least, there Is Mr. Mon. Sept. 22 South Miami
Road at First Baptist Churchof Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 7 Lawrence Taylor, the eastern sales manager, who proved to Chamber of Commerce 10-1

God, Elder'Servance is the p.m. in, the parish hall, there this writer that he is the epitome of perfection in his dedica- 2 4 Tuesday 6410 SW 80th
will be a meeting of all officers ; Your Credit Is Good
pastor tion to his
St. (in park next door) 10-1
of each guild. This meeting is a'few' WE CARRY OUR
I was given the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Taylor 2-4 Wednesday, Florida Me-
to make plans for the new year days ago in Frank's Restaurant "uptown," where soul folks morial; College Opa-locka, OWN ACCOUNTS

It will begin with the celebration meat for relaxation to dine and wine after a hard day's work. 15800 NW 42nd Ave. (same as SPACIOUS DRESSER HEAD CHIsf

of Holy Communion., Over dinner I learned about a young man that came to Har- LeJeune Rd.)10124Thurs.MiamiDade) ; OR BOARD.IOOKCAII nUOWS. 940UDO

Rev. S. Atchison, pastor lem at the age of five from Kings Mountain, N. C. He is the son Jr College North MATCHING LAMPS. SOFA CHANk BED IN OKXCl'AH*

Phyllis Beal, reporterA of Mr. and Mrs.Lawrence Taylor and was raised and educated campus, 1138 NW 27th Ave. Of COLORS. STEP TABLES,
Fellowship program will ANNIVERSARYChoir in New York.He went to Ben jiman High School and CCNY Busi- 10-1 2-4:30: Friday same ORATOR COCKTAIL IAMPS.TAW AND APARTAINt 2-DEC, //
be held in behalf of men's ness College. After college he decided to go into business for place. SIZE DINETTE WITH CON.
day this Sunday. The speakerwill No. 2 of Mt. Herman himself and tried his hand at women's apparel. That didn't TRASTINOCHAIM,. 1 1I

be Mrs. Cynthia Knowles. \ME Church of Opa-locka invite work, so he tried something else, this time in real estate, NORTH DADE JR. LITI $289"tARGE I
The public is invited you to come and celebrate where he worked until he was contacted by Mr. Cecil King, FORONLY
Prayer meetings and Bible with them on their 12th anni- the President of American "Dream" soap, and was persuaded -
classes are held every thurs- versary, September 28 at 3 to try to sell some "soul"soap to soul folks, so today Mr. HIGH P.T.A. DOimt DRESSER,

day night. :.m. Taylor is doing Just that, and doing a magnificent Job too. CHEST.BED THIS MIRROR All FORMICA AND PANEL BED
Brother Otis Wright and the We would like our readers to know that we not only salute The North Dade Jr. High ROOM SET COMES COMPlETe
Harmonizers will be ,
Spiritual Cecil King, the president, and Ralph Gardner, the consultant, BOX SPRING, 2 PILLOWS
the special guest along with 25 in the school auditorium.We LOVelY IAMPS INCLUDED ,
human AND 2
but we salute you, M:. Taylor, and every black being
are looking forward to seeing
ST. LUKF.Rev. visiting choirs. connected with American "Dream" soap co., because every SIZe DINETTE 3 PC. SECTION'...
Sister Agusta Rutherford is all our old members and Al LIVING ROOM WITH 2. 1
time we purchase a "Dream" product it will remind us that
P. W.Williamspastor president.: Dr. Martin Luther King's image will live forever. We also to welcome all our new parents TABLE.! DECORATOR. LAMPS

Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe hope that your business will expand world wide and become a Of YOUR CHOler

captains of women's popular conversation piece In every household. COMPUYICHOOSE *48S"
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The Health and Welfare
day will present a n "After ---
Committee would like dona-
Service program" Sunday Discussed on the Bible tions of deodorant,soup,soap, MOM MODERN
night. Mrs. Equilla Andersonis Speaks to You program over fRENCH. SPANISH, OR ITALIAN
needles thread face towels
chairman of the Captains radio station WMBM will be etc. for our clinic. Donationscan CHAIR. END TABIES

Committee.. the subject, "When Are the be sent to Mrs. Braxtonin COCKTAIL ROUND TABLE AND DINETTE"2 FINE
The Male Chorus and Flower Good Hours?" heard every ? the attendance office or by TAKE LAMPS WITH 4 SWIVEL BUCKET ..,
Club will celebrate ,their' at 1:45 CHAIRS IN THI LATEST
Sunday p.m. i1iILdiElder contacting Mrs. A. Seabrooks, DESIGN BY MAXMUR;TRIPLE
Financial Effort Anniversary A cordial welcome awaits chairman 688-0358. DRESSER WITH 2 TWIN

Sunday at 3 p.m.Women's all visitors at Fifth Church ol Mrs. Mary. Brown,presi- AND MIHRORS.QUEEN HIGH BOY SIZI CHEST
Day Committee Christ, Scientist, 1600 NW 54 dent. HEADBOARD INCLUDED IS A
meeting will be every Street. MATTRESS AND MATCHING
nesday night at 6:30.SOUTH BOX SPRING,2 PIU9WS AND
coMKnl.$ OOOO
Wilson and would MOW.fWOT... .
DADE Rev. Andrew Jackson,pastorE J. W. congregation 4I'

Jackson, reporter like to extend a warm and cordial invitation to all We are.RashSmith proud to,be pastor able to

Mrs. Rosalie McIntosh of There will be a Tea Sunday of you to come and visit the church and enjoy the move into our new location B
Homestead is visiting Mr.and from 4-6 p.m. at the home of
services. Sunday, Sept.21,2901 NW 62nd
Mrs Harold Johnson in Lu- Sis. Lulam Blackman, 768 NW For your comfort, the church Is fully air-con, Street at 3 p.m.
bec Maine for a week.In 63rd St. In behalf of the home I
ditioned. For your convenience, we provide trans The public is Invited.
of their mission. 1 1B
the absence : pas-
is portation for services to and Irqm the church.,Time;
tor, Rev. W. C. Edgar,
attending the,National Baptist Thursday 8 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. and, 8 p.m.

Convention in Kansas City,the NEW COVENANT For your added convenience, we have a wonderful

Mt. Mortah Baptist Church Sunday School service which we would like to have s

had as Its' guest speaker Rev. Rev H. 0, Robinson,pastor your children I with us each and every Sunday. ,..F. : '

Albert Cooper, pastor of New Betty Hill, reporter Phone 6930481. Church: 9000 NW 20th Avenue. DOUIU ACTION
at 1 we are : MAMflI
A Macedonia MBC West Holly- On Saturday 1co atstrertartocZOItEESSEf
wood. having an ice cream social, YOUN;LAND U.S.A. Kindergarten open all sum- .
Revival services are being sponsored by the Jr. Choir at mer. We keep children from 6 months of age to 10 .,,'.j'III "ltll held this week. and next at Mt. '4762 NW 21st Ave., eat all the, years of age. Call and Register Now. 693-0481.
50 .
Moriah. ice cream you can for $



26 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 19 1969
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1 r ?4r T:", r :1 : .: 22, .Year Veteran Ralph White Was One of

1 I Ir ,I
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First Black Policeman

Ralph White won't soon forget 75 out of a 670-man depart. gan their first day as men in sion in 1951.
: the year 1944. That's when ment. blue. He loves his work. "Many'sthe

r '., his whole life ,changed.He '"Yes, I was very happy to be time rye had young men
got a job, but a very As the City of Miami';s a police officer but", White come up to 'm e. and say that
l / Your special one--that of a City of 'Operation Badge the cam. said softly, 'I was also a little talking with,me and coming into

,, I Miami policeman. paign to recruit more black apprehensive.. contact with out department
,1 e White was in a group of five officers goes to that day in "Attitudes then were somei helped them go off in the right
c. Weekly HoroscopE men who were the first black September 25 years ago what different than they are toe direction.

officers on the Miami police he and the other four (he's th day "Certainly, it makes you
by OLGA force. Today, that number Is only one still on the force)be- "Actually I had never feel good. One newspaper had

82-11-33-91-77 dreamed of becoming a po- an article shortly after I Join
ARIES (March 21-April 19): Your natural diplomacywill -- _- $ liceman," said Officer White, ed the force that said law enforcement -'
stand in good stead in week ahead. You will have ::
' you for their and .. ...,.. .,_, who has risen through the in that area was
chance to influence others good own.
ranks to his present post as a better than at any other time."
Play the role of advisor to the hilt. A bit of drama may be
police investigator m the Ju- Officer White believes a law
)) necessary, and in this area, you are quite capable.
"I i TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Keep pace slow, Taurus. ; venile*Division. enforcement career is an excellent "
"I was an auxiliary policeman choice for
I I \ Slow and easy will get you exactly where you want to go. young man.
Jlf and up'the works. at the Liberty CityHous- "It offers wonderful opportunities \
) Rush ahead pell-mell you'll really goof !
mr{ After first day of week, you will feel energy return slowly. h r ing Project and Capt.. JamesE and the fringe benefits
t;; Attractive member of opposite sex could enter picture. Scott? the supervisor, told are very good," he said.
L fr me the city was looking for For Officer White it's far
I ,,p Simon says: "Take no giant steps. ::4t a
I policemen. cry from his days when he toil
r v GEMINI (May 21-June 20): First three days of week will Officer White and the other ed as a short-order cook and
Gem. You will tire easily, so avoid any
I ; find you below par, four began a six-week training clerk. "
confrontations. However, on fourth day, '
unnecessary program. When it was But he still ,manages to
energy yours will will be gradually jumping return with ideas.and Just that a versatile word of mind caution of t 7 over, they were sworn in anda chuckle when he thinks back
to when he :was a man '
word is new era began. young
from old Olga; don' scatter your forces. Key I
"join" The black.officers, he recalled of 28 as he and his black partner -
patrolled on foot whatis first began walking the
CANCER (June 21-July 22): You're in for a few low
I ,Moonchild this time, commonly referred to as the streets of the Central Negro
days at beginning of week so during
Central Negro District. Some district.
4 I
don't sign any papers of a legal nature. Your mental f
alertness will be low.' By fifth day, however you should times, because there were no "People were very surprised. '
\ come out of the shadows and really perk. There is one squad cars available, they .. In fact, they fell in behind $
who finds you very difficult to understand. A loved one. .rte rode bicycles. It took pa- us and followed us on our beat,
tience., sort of like a parade Officer i
Better try to communicate before situation gets out of White mused. ,

control. They finally got a squad car
But the is
parade and
over ;
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Week starts with a Bang Leo, wL-- in the late 1940's. White was the march has begun toward anew I
but ends with a whimper. Sorry about. that. Your ,assigned to the Juvenile Divi- outlook. '

r impulsive nature may nudge you to excess If you give in, +r.--....,', II itrj
\ be prepared to pay the price. Which Just may include a rM 7----1

monumental hangover. Officer Ralph White, left, looks over some

VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept 22): First four days will be paperwork with City of Miami police cadet Tom j I II
a ,dandy. You'll be at Zenith of energy. Make good use of & Boy's Shop : :
Pinder. In a way, both men have forged new "firsts'for i
time. No need to be so darned reserved, Virgo There are
many of your associates who find you quite attractive, but the department. Officer White was among the first I THIS IS OUR'ONLY STORE ,!

you turn a cool head. Try pot to analyze too much. Better black officers to join the force and young Pinderi See Mr. Jack |

you should socialize. is the first black, cadet to enter the department'sprogram I "The Latest in Men's Fashions" !
LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 22): Watch your words in week in which the Pants Suits Hats, Shoes !
emerald with a young man goes into academy I -
ahead Libra. There is one who is absolutely I
envy. Try to get your personal and business affairs on amore following two-y e'a r police science course at I Dress Shirts & Fancy Knits I

'stable basis. Then,. as week wanes, you can go Miami-DadeJunior,College.- Miami.Metro Dept. of
galloping off into the sunset if you like. Tourism photo. 1944 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA '
L____ __ -. ----rs--J r
SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. 21): Scorp, will the day EVER
come when you are content and satisfied? What's with this
void that you feel you must constantly be filling? I
"Action" is key word for week ahead so don't allow
r' yourself the luxury of being seduced by the Daughter of MY/MINDCOULD TO BE SPACE INDUSTRIES, STELLA I"r j.
the Vine. IT BE r rrr r STEM FE'ELSrHAT HER EVIL. '


calculating in week ahead Sag, as far as business associateis
concerned. You usually show excellent reasoning and

good judgment, but in case in point, emotion may take IN A FEW

over. Time not aood for any final fiscal thrust. r rl I 1111111 Un BUSINESSWORLD DAYS THE

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan., 19) High cycle Cap. Take QlIT Q 1A
advantage of every day. Ambition will be strong. Career I.' NI I LA WILL BE
I expansion could begin. If new opportunities come your BY j.1\. a IN SHOCK-

way, which involve greater responsibilities, don't fink out
Isn't this what you've been waiting for? :IH::: R'AN'

AQUARIUS (Jan' 20-Feb. 18): First four days of week +{tAMET"rZ5 DUKE'S SHIP SPEEDS TOWARD THE

will find your energy cycle high, Aquarius. You may even SPACE RENDEZVOUS TO RESCUE RLE.
be restless concerning a romantic Interest. Remember that
its best to of with the old before you're on with the new.

'week ahead Pisces. You are spotlighted. Is this what BUYS UP STEM FACE TO PACE WITH HARD
.. you want? Olga thinks not Olga, in fact, thinks that Pisces DUKE. TASK INDUSTRIES BUSINESS REALITY
should use better Judgment. In short, don't be a dum-dum. /(

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4400 NW 7th Avenue
Earl Edwards, prop. FEr PAID DAILY
Agents WantedAgents Driver Men with cart,
--By FUNERALDIRECTORS Fork lift, Laborer*, Wor.hou.emen. .
ADLINE PONTIPHFLET to sell The Miami Open 5i30 a.m.
Times are wanted all over
IN MEMORIAM: When the intend presenting selections 6701 NW 15th Avenue Georgia. They
be boys and girls
691.9151 or
may EmploymentLow
[news reached us concerningthe from "Maytime" (Romberg), adults. Make
spending F... -No Money Down
[ death of "" money. Write or call Mrs. Restaurant, Hotel
beloved past members,Mr. "Fiddler On The Roof(Stein)
Mrs. Mary Arline has Joined Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Factory
I Don Jennings we were left and "The Impossible Dream HENRY'SWINDOW
the staff of the House of 6910421. 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
absolutely awed. Here was a (Leigh). The event is, of SERVICE
Albert. She is inviting all
& I
young man, ambitious Intel course, a public presentation Eastern Stars and membersof Repair
Phone 635.9869
ligent and so talented and with and we.invite all of you to attend :
the Masonic family to get in
s u c h a lovely personality it along with the many thou touch with her at the House of
was difficult realize that the sands who will be there. The DRESS SHOPS
Albert, 6942 NW 15th Ave. CARPET SALES
Almight had a design for him Performing Arts Society is also PATRICIA'S, INC.
Phone: 6917661. 5843. NW 17th Avenue
but not for this world. However engaged to present the entertainment 696.3515
Don Jennings lived long following a large DAN'S CARPET SERVICE
enough to leave his trace. We convention at the Hotel Fon- COME AND GO \\,
I will remember him for his tainebleau for the Church of CLEANING Cleaning and Installation ..
many accomplishments with Religious Science. As you Go to Daytona Beach with WILLIAMS'TAILORS & CLEANERS

| his fine school and especiallywith know, our Rev.Vincent DeMeois the Southeastern Matron and 1 Day Service Alteration Call until 7 p.m.
our own Performing Arts a minister in that church Patron Council workshop 4842 NW 27th Avenue Phone: 691-9078
Society of which growth and and he will host his many working under Bethlehem 634.9251 r 751-0788
advancement were readily felt hundreds of friends who will 'Grand Chapter Dr. C. B.Nelson CONTRACTORSJ.H.COPElAND I '

in his presence.,We shall miss be coming in from all parts of Daniel, GWM and international .___ ; Sundays. til 3 p.m.WE'VE .
our dear departed friend. Our the country. For this church GWM. And the isle of the CONSTRUCTION
most heartfelt sympathy we a convention of this size is held I Sea and Africa,Saturday,Sept. 2939 NW 48th Terrace

, I extend to the entire family. only once in every ten years. 27 For information call Matron tnduttri Phone a I-634.6233 Commercial I I MOVED!!!
The Performing Arts Society The society is also committed Carnelgen, 634-0195 or Residential
& Harlem Cabs
Presents is the official to two main attraction features Matron Owford 3717764.

title given to 'a great special sponsored by the Miami Beach_ Operating the Citgo Service Station
event to be held In Jackie Glea- Cultural Society, under the my NEW

son's Miami Beach Auditorium presidency of Mr.Allen Dwor scheduled for Sunday afternoon dressmaker LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.

" Sunday evening at 7:30 kis. The Cultural Society hasa December 14, at 2 p.m
p.m., Oct. 19. This concert private audience for these in the Hotel Fontainebleau'sLaRonde 6026 NW 7th AVENUEMIDSUMMER NEWPHONF 696-6400
is an annual event sponsoredby monthly programs held in the Room Invitations tc

the city and cultural society auditorium of the Washington attend our affair will be handled INVENTORY SALE DRIVERS WANTED
of Miami Beach under Federal Bank Building main by our members and official
Reduced price on all merchandise. Full
! the able direction of our dis bank, first date of which is patrons as well as honorary time or
Many good
: tinguished Honorary Patron October 25 In the evening and patrons. Mr. Reeves from this Apply at C fice
I ; Mr. Allen Dworkis. The affair, November about the same newspaper is one such patron 'Pants & Skirts'
will be comprised mostly of date. Both appearances are for May we look forward to seeingall Are Our Specialty
local talent from all directionswith select group. of you there. Meanwhile ARE YOU TIRED?

the Performing Arts Society fifth public appearance in the please look forward to a wonderful WAITING FOR THE BUSI
t as its main feature. We spotlight forthcoming, is happy week ahead., WAITINGFOR SOMEONEI!

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I Simba is New Soft Drink By Coke VET TVTED

ATLANTA Ga. A new pany's flavor scientists. Ini- advances the image of hot, FORMERLY Of JET IS NOW VET

brand of soft drink, to be sold tial reports indicate that It appeals thirsty men on safari;an African DIVERSIFIEDPUBLIC
under the trade-mark, "Sim to the heavy user of lem lion snarls across carton, SERVICE 379-7735
ba," Is being introduced cur on-lime in the North, while can and bottle; hot yellow and .,
rently to the American scene those who prefer flavors go for brown colors of the veldt are ANDNOTARY 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

by Coca-Cola USA, the division it in the South. employed and through all runs PUBLIC
of the Coca-Cola Company "Slmba has performed very ,the pervading theme, "Simba *
whose record of product well," states A. E. Pickhardt Conquers the African Thirst"
successes includes such well- vice president in charge of A cool green bottle was designed -
known soft drinks as Coca- Allied Products. "The advertising by Herb Lubalin and Public Relations INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU

Cola, Tab, Sprite, Fresca and a wa r e n e s s figures in Associates of New York to hold Consultant ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING FROM
the Fanta flavors. test market results were ex the cure for the "African Theatrical Editor SOME CHRONIC I ILLNESS? WILL'YOU

This latest product has cellent the trial and repur-' Thirst." The Miami TimesN HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
emerged from a year's formulation chase figures were more than A team of cinematographers A 1.7203 ,
research and development adequate. Our ensuing assess- spent several weeks In the LAST EXPENSES?
another nine. ment precipitated an early 'game preserves of Africa 16351 NW 18th ,Place Universal pays Its death claims the sam e

months of test marketing and move to establish Simba as filming background materialfor Bunch. Park day death occurs. .

since early 1968,.has undergone one of our Allied Products under television commercials Opa-locka, Florida U.N.C.A.
sufficient'bottler intro:o the direction of Product which are being used by Join

ductions and consumer response Manager Freeman Robinson, Coca-Cola Bottlers for the Universal Christian' SocietyAND
to 'secure a market who has been closely associated beverage's introductory MIAMI TIMES
projection which could position with the drink since its inception period. Newspaper and radio REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST

It as the tenth largest selling ." also are being utilized for local ADS MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.
national brand. This new product is pene- emphasis as well as special
the market via a roaring of.sale material for
Simba is described as a tart, trating point. DON'T COST
citrus flavored, sugar. "thirst" approach aimedat outlet use.Pritchard. .6967669I
sweetened drink,and is the result the, target audience of Wood is the ad- : PA Yt
of research carried out males, young families and vertising agency for Simba. THEY

by a special team of the Com- young children. Advertising



_, 28 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. September 19. 1969 __

"Traz" PowellTo

Debut at


TIME" Junior College
North's cross country team
will open the 1969 season on

rv PHIL DIXON Saturday, Sept 27 in the Florida "
q Atlantic Invitational, director y4 +
of Athletics Demie J,, '' ar

"By George," George you have proven my point. U last Mainieri announced this week ,\
week's game was any indications of you and your staffs ability; Features of the schedule
then, let me Join the growing mob of Wilson haters. With a will be the dual meets againstthecrosscityrivalsofMiami

schedule like the Dolphins have and the way you are using -
your personnel, I don't see you,nor your staff lasting the sea Dade South. The Falcons and
son. Individually the Dolphins are a great bunch of guys; but Jaguars will clash on the south

with the present staff,they are Just a confused mob that should campus on Saturday. Oct. 11 ,,..
II have ,\nothing to look forward to but a long hard season. and will meet again on the Sh

Last week, a few teams opened the season; but this time north's campus on Friday, -,-; ..rH

around, Just about everybody takes the plunge. Bethune, A&M November 7. d t x ,eta y 3.
t ,\I and Miami will not open this week due to teams discontinuingthe New to the Miami-Dade .
north athletic staff this IIiIiCI"""" "'''''''''''''''''' --
I \ I sport in the case of the first two teams and smart scheduling yearis
:: on the part of the latter. the cross country and track
I t.: The old crystal ball, having been dusted off I've come up coach Powell., Powell Nathaniel Is well"Traz"knownto Reed Coleman, Wilson Jones For AllCityBLACKS

11:' with my first week's disagreements Here tis;
I I: ... HIGH SCHOOLS Dade Countians.The former ON ALL-CITY: Miami Football Magazine has picked its annual
: ;rt. Carol City over Norland the Chiefs openbig in a tight gameMiami football coach at Carver and pre-season All-City high school football team which include these four blacks.
f" Mays High Schools has beena
Springs over Edison-Meet"At V"A1 Jones and Vonnie Jackson's Lonnie Coleman ( ) and
+ : Dade County coach since 1948.' Carol City's James Reed (left), top Johnny

Columbus Kendrick) over Coral Park The Explorers defense gives the His phenomenal 21 year record Wilson (bottom) and Miami Springs' Albert Jones are featured .i in,color 1 in the ;

edge. of 170-33 is Indicative of magazine available at newsstands and Publix I i Markets. Miami football picks
the fine
winning tradition he
Coral Gables over Northwestern The Cavaliers are still has established over the Jackson to finish 8-1-1 and finish as Dade County's No. 1 team behind Coral
state champs
Gables. "
Jackson over North Miami-A rough way to open depth will years.

Killian over palmetto The Cougars show they are ready.
Gainesville Boxer Is Promising HeavyweightRobert I
South Dade'' over Curley A good way to tune-up the horses.
I Key West over Central The Rockets will win some, but this
Isn't one. "Bob" Ellis of Ellis is a relative of O. J. chance in the fight game.
Miami High over Miami Beach. The Stlngarees should have Gainesville is one of the most "King" Roberts? an ex professional Bob Is managed by Marvin
no problems. promising young heavyweight fighter, who bas also Bass of Newberry, Florida. I
Hialeah over Southwest Easy opener for the Thoughbreds. fighters to come along recently. ..4H. been a manager trainer and Roberts Is his assistant man-
),: The 21 year old Alachua referee. He gave Bob his first ager.
: County born boxer stands 6
t j i COLLEGES 4" and weighs in at 208 pounds E.
Florida State over Wichita State The Seminolesgive notice.
Florida over Houston Close ; but, the Gators are home. Ellis is young, Intelligent,

Tampa over Arron The Spartans open with a big win. rugged and hungry and they ill "t WI""itDI
should be all Ingredients need,
PROFESSIONALS NFL ed for success. The youthful 17 KICKOFFS 1AlA 1
AFL San Francisco over Atlanta fighter has six years experience IN I1bBFoRrW Al8AMavI AS
Baltimore over Los Angeles and has his /
Oakland over Miami FoR cANplnarToUCHDDWNS
Chicago over Green Bay military service., -
Denver over New York I N
Cleveland over Philadelphia fRitX
Bob thinks he might even 1/1
Clcinnatl over San Diego Dallas over St. Louis be a distant kin to heavyweight IN :

Buffalo over Houston Detroit over Pittsburgh champ Jimmy Ellis, butfaml- 1M; g..y "
Minnesota over New York ly or not, he' Is thinking .that
City.oyer Boston
Washington over New Orleans
one day he might fight Jimmy; ,,:
,' In the event anyone is thinking about base ball, I pick; Chi- for the title. :1 r t
cago vs San Francisco In the National League and Baltimore Ellis has a pretty goodrecord /
and Minnesota In the American. After the playoffs Fll even boasting a four round TKO cI
have a ser1es'wJnner. over Willie Brown of Apopka,
Chump of the week; George Wilson-The: next place you go, and a' two round KO over Tige x it x t \ L t
I hope you'll learn to use your talent to it's full capability. Brown of Orlando. Bob lost a A PvASTATNe _
Sport of the week; Donnie Freeman Sock It toem. four round ,TKO bout to Joe RUNNE5, A.N wN"T 'r"mc c,

Looking forward to seeing you at one of the games this week, Louis White after he suffereda 1gTUR yBVMN
r 11 be a good: sport ,will you? cut eye. On a recent card at Bob has fought In Madison WONSr TIIIN&tu ""'
Orlando featuring Cleveland Square Garden and Sunnyside : S

"Big Cat' Williams, Bob Garden in New York, Forest :Mb:ftEf; J
"' FLORIDA" A&M UNIVERSITY fought a draw with Roy Alex- Capitol Hall In Perry and in taD R r ,D'X
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Round About I Your Dog \

38 Cities On Western TourBy TalkBY And You .


the group of Miamians, The vast museum whose major JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL .,,b.J': ,';.UP:{, BY VINCE COOPER
who thought thatwehadseenthe sections are decorativeart --- -

apex in scenic beauty and galleries, a street of MAN ABOUT TOWN. I arrived in Miami on August 24,
architectural des I g n s in early American, and an8 acre which was a Sunday. My daughter, Laverne and my brother Last week we were at the much and walks around with
Florida, were pleasantly sur- mechanical arts hall, borders Chris, drove down with me. It was a short stay (one week). point of the female heavy with them in her mouth.If .
prised at what we saw on our Greenfield Village The his- During that time, my brother, Ronald accompanied us around pups. At this stage, your observations her litter is very large,
Western tour. From the dwel- torical buildings, transplanted the greater Miami city. You see, Ronald wears a neck brace are very importantto (my female has 15,all healthy)
lings atop the rolling clay hills from all over the nation, which many people asked about or was curious enough to look prevent any pups t b o r n ,in nurse them in different shifts,
of Georgia, the majestic old complete the living history. and wonder, so I will take this week's column to clear up the odd places, cheds, under- making very sure each puphas
Look-Out Mountain and the Skilled craftsmen work at minds of the curious. It was June 17, 1969, Ronald along witha houses, in deep holes or the plenty of milk. You can help
beautiful valleys of Tennessee early trades with the tools and friend Thomas Smith (of Homestead, Fla.) driving up stateon middle of the yard.Watch your out by bottle feeding some witha
the open-air theater, equipment of a bygone era. their way to Hawthorne to be with their families at the Se- dog very closely from the 59th mixture of enfamil and water.
Buffalo Bill's gravesite and At this point, we were be- venth Day Adventist Church camp meeting.Smith was driving day to the 63rd day of her preg- At this point, we have a
memorial in the red-rock ginning to feel the strain of and it was during one of those thunder and lightning rain nancy. tendency to forget about the '
mountains of Colorado, to storms when their car slid and turned over about three times, Let's assume she had a fine female. Don'tl! Her most Im-
our Journeys and yet, a few
the properties, memorials, ; according to witnesses, breaking Ronald's neck. With luck, litter of pups for tho present portant care starts now.
temples, the choir and the their members of our party paid Smith received only minor bruises. Ronald's neck was and time, curb your curosity and More next week-Call ques-

musicians of the church of the vel the twenty-five southern cents route totra-to still is broken. With God's help and luck, Ronald isn't para- leave her alone as soon as tions to Coopers Canine Ser
latter-day saints (the Mor- Canada only in the United lized, but we must await the outcome of a future operation.The you make sure all the pups vice 691-2643.
States. accident happened the Florida Sunshine are alive and healthy. If the
on -
mons), the open-pit copper We found ourselves headed Turnpike,near ---------------- ---- ------
mine, the great Salt lake, the for home at last. We all exit 4, Fort Lauderdale. Ronald is the president of the R. female is having her first litter .a
irrigated desert winter wheat Bethel and Son Construction Co., which building most of the beware of her neglectingthe WIG WAREHOUSE SALE,
farms, the mountain-pass agreed never travel that we this would same probably route homes in Carol City. He's president of the New Liberty City pups and not removingtheir Buy Direct and Savell!!!
Improvement Association he's the town's and embryonic sac if she
through which'Yo og and his notary public Our Pamout
men entered .Salt Lake City, again, in this same way,but the also deacon of Mt. Pisgah SDA Church.He is the proud fatherof does not do this remove the 100. Human H.I'

are just a few ofthe wonderful experiences we had together five children: Ronald Jr. 13, Andrea 12both, attend Parkway sac and massage the pup vigorously WIG .
sights we beheld in that Jr. High) Linda 12, Debbie 7, (both attend North County with a rough towel to "
We received were priceless-visiting 16 Elementary) and Little Michael 7. With his lovely wife, Rose start its breath. $ J 615Fabuioul
area. very
went states, 38 cities and towns, 8 Mary, they live at 3250.NW 214th Street, Carol City. Yes, Let the female settle down
cordially everywhere we
universities, with bus drivers that's in greater Miami. and nurse her pups as she /
especially in Utah, where we r
guides describing
be little FALLS
may a snappish.Feed
were taken on a tour throughthe -
scenery and explaining the her little because "
very she has ((14-16") /
capital building, were
history. We captured some-
eaten the afterbirth from '
received in the gold room $21.25
which will remain withus
the It look bad to
pups. may ,
where the governor sees im- The Wash &
for the rest of our lives- but it Is very rich in strength exciting new
portant dignitaries.Our lasting friendships from living giving vitamins and minerals. Wear, Curly or Tapered
group was bubbling with and eating together,beauty and Should she start eating her backstretch WIGS
excitment as we headed for $14.15 up
new faces,which we have stor-
w all until
Yellowstone National Park.Everyone's ed in our memories. We saw pups, remove pups Satisfaction Gu.r.nt..d
you are sure she is not killing
mind was an old LADY LEE WIGS773"llhermlnSt.Op..Lock.
the glory of God's handiwork, them for plain desire, or are .
faithful, since we had already and we saw what man can accomplish -
the pups sick. Also be careful open 10.30 A.M.-MO P.M.-
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areas. We saw Old Faithful faith and vision-

\\I In all of her splendor, he carved a thing beauty out ,

along with the clouds of steam, of the rocks, and he nude a i Y YOU HAVE WHAT TAKES S a
constantly sprewing out of the beautiful green fruitful valleyout '
ground around her, and wondered of the desert. -- TAKE THE COAST GUARD j
of it all.
at the mystery Since we were all bringing IT'S YOUR T H INGI!
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9ft THE MIAMI TliiPC.. Friday. September 1Q, 19A9Fv

"Traz" PowellTo
4. h
Debut af V
ei A

TIME" r Junior College
North's cross country team

t will open the 1969 season on
PHIL DIXON Saturday, Sept.27 in the FloriLda -

Atlantic Invitational, di.
of Athletics Demie
r ?ct J.

"By George," George you have proven my point. If last t Mainieri announced this week.
week's game was any indications of you and your staffs ability; Failures of the schedule
then, let me Join the growing mob of Wilson haters. With a will be the dual meets againstthe
schedule like the Dolphins have and the way you are using cross city rivals of Miami-
your personnel, I don't see you,nor your staff lasting the sea- Dade South. The Falcons and
son. Individually the Dolphins are a great bunch of guys; but Jaguars will clash on the south nS Lsw
with the present staff,they are just a confused mob that should campus on Saturday. Oct. 11 :
Cl have .\nothing to look forward to but a long hard season. and will meet again on the ,
Last week, a few teams opened the season; but this time north's campus on Friday, S ,
around, Just about everybody takes the plunge. Bethune, A&M November 7. _
t ,i and Miami will not open this week due to teams discontinuing New to the Miami-Dade
\ the sport in the case of the first two teams and smart scheduling north athletic staff this yearis _._
: on the part of the latter. the cross country and track

j t': The old crystal ball having been dusted off rye come up coach Powell.,Powell Nathaniel is well"Traz"knownto Reed, Coleman, Wilson, Jones! For AllCityBLACKS

with my first week's disagreements Here tls:
: .... HIGH SCHOOLS Dade Countians.The former ON ALL-CITY: Miami Football Magazine has picked its annual
f. football coach at Carver and
Carol City over Norland the Chiefs open big in a tight game pre-season All-City high school football team which include these four blacks.
Mays High Schools has been
I \ :.' Miami Springs over Edison-Meet A&V"(Al Jones and Vonnie Dade County coach since 1948. Carol City's James Reed (left), Jackson's Lonnie Coleman (top) and Johnny
"( Columbus over Coral Park. The Explorers defense gives the His phenomenal 21 year record Wilson (bottom) and Miami Springs' Albert Jones are featured ,i in,color I in the

edge of 170-33 is Indicative of magazine available newsstands and Publix Markets.Miami football,picks
the fine winning tradition he
Coral Gables over Northwestern The Cavaliers are still Jackson finish 8-1-1 and finish
to Dade 1
state has established over the as County's No. team behind Coral
Gables. '
Jackson over North Miami- rough way to open depth will years.

Killian over palmetto The Cougars show they are ready. II
Gainesville Boxer Is Promising Heavyweight
South Dade over Curley A good way to tune-up the horses.
I Key West over Central' The Rockets will win some, but this
isn't one. Robert "Bob" Ellis of > R qer Ellis is a relative of O. J. chance in the fight game.
Miami High over Miami Beach. The Stingarees should have Gainesville is one of the most g "King" Roberts,an ex professional Bob is managed by Marvin
no problems. promising young heavyweight fighter 1 who has also Bass of Newberry, Florida. I'
I Hialeah over Southwest Easy opener for the Thoughbreds. fighters to come along recent been a manager, trainer and Roberts is his assistant manager -
ly. The old Alachua
I year referee. He gave Bob his first .
1 ,t COLLEGES County born boxer stands 6'
4" and weighs in at 208
I Florida State over Wichita State The Seminoles give notice. pounds.
Florida over Houston, Close ; but the Gators are home. Ellis is young, intelligent,
Tampa over Arron The Spartans open with a big win. rugged and hungry and they '
4 Willie
should be all ingredients need h
PROFESSIONALS NFL ed for success. The youthful Ic 17; KICKOFFS asruRt D i 8Ixo ,

AFL San Francisco over Atlanta fighter has six years experi- IN 1968FDR ALBANyTA1 1!S l 1W
Baltimore Los and has his i A LL.AME'iICAJ.CJJJPI ./
over Angeles ence completed "
Oakland over Miami Twe FoR AfG
Chicago over Green Bay military service., ToucliDowNS ?
Denver over New York ? Iw.RS
Cleveland ?
over Philadelphia Bob thinks he might even Y 1/11045 '4-
Cicinnatl over San Diego Dallas over St. Louis be a distant kin heavyweight 11/1IRl'PTID, ,

... Buffalo over Houston Detroit over Pittsburgh champ Jimmy,Ellis, but family t' \ f\\ ; 1 I
Minnesota over New York or not he is thinking that
Kansas .
City, Boston
over Washington over New Orleans r.r.II'
one day he might,fight Jimmy:

'o In the event anyone is thinking about base ball, I pick: Chi for the title. > a
cago vs San Francisco in the National League and Baltimoreand Ellis has a pretty goodrecord -
Minnesota in the American. After the playoffs Fll even boasting a four round TKO
have a series'winner. over Willie Brown of Apopka,

Chump of the week; George Wilson-The next place you go, and a' two round KO over Tiger ; LI
r, I hope you'll learn to use your talent to it's full capability Brown of Orlando. Bob lost a RuNNsn! wiTrj 4

Sport of the week; Donnie Freeman Sock it to'em. four round ,TKO bout to Joe RFT CN&7J'' '', .
Looking forward to seeing you at one of the games this week, :Louis White after he suffereda \ : ,

Til be a good; sport will you? cut eye. On a recent card at Bob has fought ,in Madison ,4r Forty\ .f TNMI6j FRS ",Slwvw
'i Orlando featuring Cleveland Square Garden and Sunnyside au1 + y /
"Big Cat' Williams, Bob Garden in New York, Forest ""IU'HP.
j O.
FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY fought a draw with Roy Alexander Capitol Hall in Perry and In foil 1i*.iw i' 1 -

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c : J.\ Oct. 4-South Carolina State College, EDIT ODTL
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"," Nashville, Term.!
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Nov. 22-Bethune-Cookman College, Newspapers. As a Columnist the Queens Voice, I have access parents
il Tallahassee 7i30: PM to these papers which keep me aware of the activitiesin
Nov. 21-Univeraity of Tampa, want their childrento
various 'other cities. Fm dedicated
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: I Miami 1:00: PM should be made aware of it. well.

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the contributing factors to my beliefs was the front page story
tdf STANLEY DRUGS appearing) in the Aug. 15th Edition on the Black and White designing
Team for Mr. Vito Inc. there in Miami. SchoolWILL
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE I'm delighted to know that your paper exposed the knowledge

8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741 that Mrs.Isabelle Everett and Miss Dara Kirk have gained HELP DETERMINE HIS

f e through Education, Dedication, and the Determination to LIFETIME EARNINGSAny
reach their goals in life.

I mentioned in one of my recent columns that the Black News special advantages your child receivesmu .
Media does not give our Black Designers the exposure they be provided ,by you-and you alone. What educational *
deserve. I'm sure our Black readers would welcome the fact your lob reference? material do you ,have to help do

I ,that we have so many Designers in top positions today that
didn't exist ten ((10) years'ago THE WORLD
I also enjoyed reading about the fine P.R.work that Mr, Bill
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: Baby" Which wasatotalflophere in New York before,Bill was THE
:1 I given the item to sell. CYCLO-TEACHER: Learning Aid

to your,Aug. 29th'Edition I noticed you have a Column titled THE WORLD BOOK DICTIONARYTHE
"Black Profiles In Courage' by Lou LuTour, We also have
HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner, a "Profiles in Black' on Radio Station WWRL and I do ".Pro WORLD BOOK ATLAS
,files In Progress"in our plus a combination for .
.' DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING ,CARDS paper my column. I am enclosing ogee fly
rogardteM. of children's
one story of which I think would be Interesting to your

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969 29Musolites .

Visit ,16 States

Round About Your Dog

,,5 38 Cities On Western TourBy Talk And You


the group of Miamians, The vast museum whose major lit BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL BY VINCE COOPER
who thought that we had seen sections
are decorativeart
the apex In scenic beauty and galleries, a street of MAN ABOUT TOWN. I arrived in Miami on August 24,
architectural designs in early American, and an8acre which was a Sunday. My daughter, Laverne and my brother Last week we were at the much and walks around with j
Florida, were pleasantly sur- mechanical arts hall, borders Chris, drove down with me. It was a short stay (one week). point of the female heavy with them in her mouth.
prised at what we saw on our Greenfield Village The his- During that time, my brother, Ronald accompanied us aroundthe pups. At this stage, your observations If her litter is very large,
Western tour. From the dwel- torical buildings, transplanted greater Miami city. You see, Ronald wears a neck brace are very importantto (my female has 15allhealthy) ]
lings atop the rolling clay hills from all over the nation, which many people asked about or was curious enough to look prevent any pups 1 b 0 r n in nurse them in different shifts,
of Georgia, the majestic old complete the living history. and wonder, so I will take this week's column to clear up the odd places, cheds, under- making very sure each pup has
Look-Out Mountain and. the Skilled craftsmen work at minds of the curious. It was June 17, 1969, Ronald along witha houses, in deep holes or the plenty of milk You can help 1
beautiful valleys of Tennessee early trades with the tools and friend Thomas Smith(of Homestead, Fla.) driving up stateon middle of the yard.Watch your out by bottle feeding some witha
the open-air theater, equipment of a bygone era. their way to Hawthorne to be with' their families at the Se- dog very closely from the 59th mixture of enfamil and water -
Buffalo Bill's gravesite and At this point, we were beginning venth Day Adventist Church camp meeting.Smith was driv- day to the 63rd day of her pregnancy At this point, we have a
memorial in the red-rock to feel the strain of ing and it was during one of those thunder and lightning rain tendency to forget about the I
mountains of Colorado, to storms when their car slid and turned over about three times, Let's assume she had fine female. Don'tt! Her most Im-
our Journeys and yet a few
the properties, memorials, ; according to witnesses, breaking Ronald's neck. With luck, litter of pups for the present portant care starts now.
temples, the choir and the members of our party paid Smith received only minor bruises. Ronald's neck was and time, curb your curosity and More next week-Call ques-
musicians of the church of the twenty-five cents totra- still is broken. With God's help and luck, Ronald isn't para- leave her alone as soon as tions to Coopers Canine Ser- I
latter-day saints (the Mor- vel the only southern route to lized, but we must await the outcome of a future operation.The you make sure all the pups vice 691-2643.
Canada in the United
mons), the open-pit copper States. accident happened on the Florida Sunshine Turnpike,near are alive and healthy. If the.
We found
' mine, the.great Salt lake, the ourselves headed exit 4, Fort Lauderdale. Ronald is the president of the R. female is having her first lit- r.
irrigated desert winter wheat for home, at last. We all Bethel and Son Construction Co., which is building most of the ter, beware of her neglectingthe WIG WAREHOUSE SALE

farms, the mountain-pass agreed that we would probably homes in Carol City. He's president of the New Liberty City pups and not removingtheir Buy Direct and Saved!
never travel this same route
through which Young and his Improvement Association, he's the town's notary publkrandalso embryonic sac, if she Our Famous
men entered.Salt Lake City, again, in this same way,but the deacon of Mt Pisgah SDA Church.He Is the proud fatherof does not do this remove the 100. Human H-lr

experiences we had together five children: Ronald Jr. 13, Andrea 12both attend Park sac and massage the pup vig- WIG --
wonderful way Jr. High) Linda 12, Debbie 7, (both attend North County orously with a rough towel to : .
area. We were received were priceless-visiting 16 Elementary) and Little Michael 7. With his lovely wife, Rose start its breath. $161:5
cordially everywhere we went very states, 38 cities and towns, 8 Mary, they live at 3250.NW 214th Street, Carol City. Yes, Let the female settle'down
especially in Utah, where we, universities, with bus driversand that's in greater Miami. and nurse her pups as she Fabulous i
guides describing the be a little snappish. Feed FALLS
were taken on a tour through may '
t1 :
scenery and explaining the R ? r
the capital building, and were her very little because she has ((14-16")
history. We captured something
eaten the afterbirth from '
received in the $21.25
gold room
which will remain with the It look bad to
where the im- pups. may ,
governor sees us for the rest of our lives- The exciting new Wash
but it is very rich in strength
portant dignitaries.Our lasting friendships from living giving vitamins and minerals. Wear, Curly or Tapered
group was bubbling with and eating together,beauty and Should she start eating her backStretch WIGS
excitment as we headed for $14.75 up
new faces which have stor-
we all until
R pups, pups
Yellowstone National Park.Everyone's a Satisfaction Guaranteed
ed in memories. We
our saw w3 you are sure she is not killing LEE WIGS
mind was an old
the glory of God's handiwork, them for plain desire, or are 773 Flihtrman8t.OPLoek.
faithful since we had already
and we saw. what man can accomplish the pups sick. Also be careful Open 10:30 A.M.-St30 P.M.- ,
visited three important moun- with hard work determination Closed Tu iday. T.1.685S$41IF
that she doesn't love them too
tain areas. We saw Old Faith- faith and visionhe -
ful, in all of her splendor, carved a thing of beauty out o

along with the clouds of steam, of the rocks, and he nude a YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKE
constantly sprewing out of the beautiful,green fruitful valleyout F,J 1" .
ground around her, and wondered of the desert. -- TAKE THE COAST GUARD
at the mystery of it all.
Since all
we were bringing IT'S YOUR THING!
We went on to Yellowstone. little pieces of each of our ROUND ABOUT TALK Jimmy Murray (Carol City
Lake and the hotel, where we mountains back to Florida, II t; playboy) left for his army post after beinghome in Miami for Visit your COAST GUARD Recruiter at ..

had' food, refreshments and seemed a fitting and proper, two weeks ." .- In New York at the Broadway pub Nite Spot, 103 N. E. 5th Street, Miami, Florida
sleep, and took a tour through ending, when our last city tour "The Round Table" it's the Jackson Boys breaking attendance
some of the most beautiful was to the memorial for the records, Miami's own Willis Jackson and band also Chuck PHONE: 350-5580

snow-capped mountains in the late Dr. Martin Luther King,, Jackson," the singing, swinging ace Diana Ross decided
world. We had dinner up there, Jr. My party, which had been.to stay on with the Supremes, she was so inspired by Little ...... ........... ... .."...... .........
and several members, of our very Jubilent throughout our Anthony and the Imperials at the Copa in NY. Lloyd G. Sealy, ATTENTION! PARENTS ATTENTION I :

party rode ski-lifts to the top. J Journeys, and our hostess, NY's highest rank cop(assistant chief inspector) quit police Now you have a lovely Day Care Center :
At another point, our entire Mrs. Geneva Henry, who had force to become "John Jay college professor" James 'TENNY WENNY" :
party disembarked to play in been busy seeing that every Brown, the singer and disc jock Dick Clark, got a deal going, Located
the snow on the mountaintop, one was having fun, stood in "The Life story of Soul Brother Number One" I will be in at: :
throwing snowballs at each silent reverence before his Miami, come this weekend. Scoop Bethel saying time and tide LITTLE ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH :
other like children. Down ata simple tomb. And I whispered waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK. 2300 NW 93rd Street :

lower level, the bus driver quietly, "Martin, I do not know Monday Thru Friday, 7:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. :
stopped so that we could take what this means, in terms of : Call! after 6:00: p.m. 696.0916 .

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not only toured the city and ;'"un -- "ft.SiJltt. .
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..' 30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969

: CLASSIFIED ADS best CHILD of childcare CAREThe in my

I home. 634-4231. I h1)J) /\I
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY) 6 P. M. Baby and childcare found at
1225 NW 55th Street. Mrs. B.
I --
Robinson call 7514708.KINDERGARTEN .

Very nice 2 bedroom home, 5700 NW 4th AvenueCBS 3 rent with option to buy.

)jalousled porch, patio, mod bedrooms, 3 baths, tile roof, 4 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, ter- NURSERY'
ern kitchen and bath. Carpeting sprinkler system, total price razzo floors, 1530 NE 151st Free pick-up and delivery.
drapes, 2 air condition $14,700. Aetna Realty (Broker Ter. (Washington .Park) 691- For information, call 758
ers. $2500 down. No qualify ) 811 NW 54th St. Phone 5585. 2472. \ 0
ing. See owner at 175 NW 62 757-5724. Open Saturday until (S19))..

Street. noon. 1 bedroom cottage. Com-

pletely furnished. Good surroundings Childcare in my home, your \\f;)
I $3,000 Down- $5500 TOTAL $16.50 week
', per child will have the best of care
1430 NW 41st STREET Attention bargain hunters-3 2370 NW 59th Street. Apply at t in my home. Mrs. Anderson \
1 bedroom CBS, big lot, no bedroom, close-In FHA total 1058 NW 39th St. NE 5-8915. 759-8335. Indef.) l
qualifying. Payments only $26 $9,000 no closing costs 2(0
I I''I per month. year mortgage $300 down Room in private home on bus
\ ALLAPATTAH REALTY (Vets and 221 people $100)). and jitney lines. Intelligentman
; :: 633-0426 Hurry! Hurryl! Hurry! Aetna or working lady. Privileges -
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th 6344828. CENTER TO KISS LIKE A BEGINNER /
and delivery
I I 131 53rdSTREET St. Phone 757-5724, Open Sat. Pick up

w FHA $600 down plus closing until noon. Apartments and rooms. HOC I For further information Sept. 19)call) ;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
[ 1-2350. (
t 1 costs. 2 bedroom CBS, freshly NW 79th St. Rear deposil t OX
l ''t painted $115 month pays 7600 NW 4th Avenue 3 bed required. Matured adults only,' jj Jackson Memorial; j!
:Y all. See and call Tubin Real, room, 2 bath FHA Terms, Childcare in my home, days. .

tor, 758-4429. price $12,950 down payment FOR RENT 633-2840. jj 1 r j!
$1,350 (Vets and 221 people 1 bedroom CBS apartment$2() Hospital,
Nice furniture and miscellaneous $1,050)) no closing: costs, See 1 bedroom duplex apt. $2!2 mJ : j jj

items. Owner moving. today Aetna Realty (Broker), 2 bedroom house $28 r=;
Must dispose of everything. 811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- 2 bedroom CBS duplex $3! \\j\jNEEDS\ MALE HELP

\ See at 175 NW 62nd Street. 5724, Open Saturday until noon Deposit Required MADAM KAYA

References Required gifted spiritualist reader Porters I
2 bedroom house with carport. 2444 NW 88th Street 4 bed- WEST REALTY and advisor. Guaranteed to Hospital Corpsmen

\ 50 x 100 ft. Reasonable. Good room, FHA Total.$14OOO- 2020 NW 62nd St. (open 10-12:) help Advice on all problems a
for handy man. NW 56th St. only $950 down(Vets and 221 love, marriage, courtship, : Food Service Workers |
and 2ndAve.Owner
: people $600)-No business
) losingcosts 1 bedroom apartment with Fla. transactions. Help ,::: ::::
This one won't last. Be first room. Unfurnished $22 week:. find loved ones and lost arti- -
3 bedroom, 1 bath $16,500. Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW No pets. No children. $50 de- cles. Guaranteed help. She 'j Apply Employment Office I i!
i I\ Stucco frame house on extra 54th St.Phone: 757-5724,Open posit required. 1815 NW 84tl h succeeds whre others_ have :
l' large corner lot. Zoned duplex until noon on Saturday. Street. Phone 759-2425. any- failed. She gives you lucky
1096 NW 106th St. 866- time days and lucky numbers.Blessed 1700 N.W. 10th Ave. :|j
0348. MUST MOVE! oil and charms.
lucky for :*:;:<::::-xxxtf::::::::: : :::::::::::::::*::::*:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::
HOUSE SOLDI! 1 bedroom $25 per week down. the home. From 9 to 9 daily.
Piano. Very good condition and 3 complete rooms furniture, 1851 NW 1st Ct. Call evening:; She is a true instrument of
very cheap. Call 635-0265 each suit consists of: bed, OX 1-7964 (Sept. 19;) God. She helps and heals by
after 6 p.m. mattress, inner HelpWantedPART
springs, prayer. 688-9178: 11601 NW
dresser, chest of drawers. 7th Avenue. (Oct. 3)) .
2130 NW 81st TERRACE Living room suit end tables
: ,
Beautiful 3 bedroom, CBS china closet, refrigerator, HELP WANTED OR FULL TIMEMUST

home, carport and enclosed washing machine, gas stove, 3 men for service station at-
porch, large rooms, FHA gas heater, dinette set. Come ( BE 18 OR OVER)
... mortgage, low interest rates, and see how cheap tendants. Contact Sam Mon. Have you tried my pryer
no qualifying$2500 down Call everything. 1762 NW you 62nd can get St. cur,, 6740 nw 15th Avenue. cloth?'Are you lucky, what do Cashiers Hostesses
r' owner. 7585400. Phone 634-4606 COUNSELOR or female you want most? Do you need
bachelors degree and 3 yearsof help? Those who got my prayer
5928 NW 5th COURT counseling,. or master's cloth were bless the same Cooks Utility Help
FHA $100 down to Vets and 221 FHA gree in counseling. Contact, day. Send a stamp and a donation -
plus closing costs.Huge 2 bed.. Modern 3 bedrooms and 2 bath, Sam Moncur, OiC, 6740 NW for Evangelist Prophet

", rooms, large living room, townhouse, conditioned, 15th Avenue. Billy's next revival write to: Waiters WaitressesGOOD
separate dining room, large $850 down, $106 mo. Drive by PROPHET WYNDERP.
kitchen, carport front porch 954 NW 24th Ave Fort. Lau- Light cleaning new air-con 0. Box 1236, Ft. Lauder- DEAL FOR
CBS. Hurry for this. See, call derdale, then call 15644304.FHA ditioned house 2-3 days. dale, Fla. 33311 JR. COLLEGE STUDENTS
owner: 693-2631. Steady references 538-7676 or

3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS directly 3 BEDROOMS dome 2 BATHS Personable young lady to answer HELP WANTED BUT NOT NECESSARYAPPLY
Unusually large in lovely
phone and file at
"! type
across from new school at Middle to attend
2105 NW 56th St. Freshly Allapattah area. Fenced yard, real estate office.. Starting age man
) painted inside and out.Fenced garage, Foa. room, on a 60 x salary $60 week. Call 751- coin laundry. Clean up
I yard. Price and payments to 140 ft. lot. A real beauty for a 8642. store, make change for :
large family. "It has and take
be down and every customers care
arranged. $1,000
move right In. Life Realty, thing for family living" Price Kindergarten helper. High of drop off cleaning DOBBS HOUSES
Broker 7594371.WILL $22,800. Shownbyappointmentonly school graduate. Preferableone counter. Call AI Gibbet
call for'all details.Fen- with experience with
9 A.M.5 P. M.
ster Realty, Broker.759-8779 children and plays piano. 691- 661-1428
Pretty 2 bedroom CBS at 2125
FOR RENT Beauty advisers to sell cos
NW 171st Street. Large front I L.KINGGeneral
metics. Earn as much as you
porch, carport, awning win .
like at convenience. Call
dows, large fenced yard.Close Room for single man.Cooking your
I to expressway. FHA price facilities. Modern, clean and 691-9392 or 7517449.Dec.. HELP WANTEDAll
( 31))
(,$12,500 $400 down and $94.43 quiet surrounding. Call 691-
month. 1177 from 4 to 6.p.m.'week Hauling
: LIFE REALTY BROKER days or from '7 a.m: to 12
l 759-4371 624-3666 weekends. Mrs. Andrews CHILDCARETake 1401 N.W. type city jobs

& ..... care of baby for working 51st Terrace
J Beautiful apartment in Hialeah mother I in my home. 691-
SELLER PAyS ALL CLOSING No children, five blocks ,5904. Phone 'in the
COSTS We have 4 CBS du- direct in back of Hialeah race' 6963698BANK

.) plexes that can be bought for track. Bedroom, living room, Loving childcare. Free meals '
FHA valuation of$17,000 each, bathroom and kitchen Includes and diaper service. Call Mrs. City of+ Miami BeachPOLICE
t $700 down, $120.86 month and refrigerator and range, com Wilson 757-5462. :
seller will pay closing costs. pletely repainted, very clean,
bedrooms each side, will ,free,water and free exterminator Best of childcare in my home REPOSSESSIONS OFFICER RECREATION LEADER
') paint Inside and out. Life service. Very quiet I 7514302. 1967 Cadillac Sedan FIREMAN PARK ATTENDANT '
f Realty, Broker 759-4371 area. $21 week or $85 month.
$50 deposit required. Hilo have room for infants. Best Deville SECRETARY LABORER

4 CBS DUPLEXES FHA Apts., 2940 West 4th ct.,'lib.- of care in my home 6342465Ot. 1965 Chevy Impala CLERK LIFEGUARDAND

$700 and $800 down leah Williams, Apt. 1 Manager Mrs. ( 3)) Super Sport MANY OTHERS
;I Close to everything. 2 bed 8870763.
J rooms on each side. 685 NW Childcare in my home, 1995 1965 Bonnevi lie Pontiac Apply in Person'
I''' 67th St. 6720 & 22, 6730 $ 32, tured 2 bedroom home prefer ma- '''NW 47th St. Mrs. Taylor 635- 9 a.m. to 4 '
) and 6740-42 NW 6th Ct.Bronze couple. 1 child only,Call 1644. 1966 Golaxie 500 Ford
Realty, G32-4828and 681-1157 Kindergarten-Nursery. 5 days Come in or Call 1370 Washington Ave." \

1 bedroom furnished apart :per week. Free pick up and de. Mr. Duffie at:.
$400 dorm plus, closing costs ment. Middle age working livery. For information call National Industrial ROOM 202 -
$12,000-FUA ter m s.2td- ,man. $17 week. 2 weeks in advance Mrs. Eva M. Ware, 7588072lor
rooms, large fenced yard. to see call NE 5-4805. Mrs Dorothy. Brown 758- Bank of Miami local J554 AFSCME
Drive by 2167 NW 61st Stand 3446. (Sep. 26) 6013 NW7th Avenue
I call 689-6671 Anchell Realty, Efficiency..Lights! and water., ','559-4321 AFl-CIO
I Inc. Realtors. Man only 4001 NW 11th Ave.

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I I Kaleidoscope i J C&E Fish & Poultry' I' CARL'rON, REALTY

ROBERT J. SYE (formerly Springer's) 3014 NW 19TH ST H11 BROKERS

If No Answers
Mitch Miller's Protege,Leslie Uggams,is the Luckiest Womanin 2091 HW 1th AVENUE 693-4772 PlAtb.IJ': 759.650

the United States. She not only has a new series to air Sept. TELEPHONE: 314.9651
14th on CBS, but is able to enjoy polygamy. That's right, she Monday Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. CLOSED MONDAY, SEPT. 22, 1969
will, legally, have twohusbands;one white,one black. Graham Friday Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. FHA-CBS. Lovely duplex, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath,
Pratt is her real-life spouse-manager,Irish;and Lincoln KU- large hitch, hardwood (loon, stove, rtfrig. to.sldt. .
Is her, breadwinner Clara H in son, Owner Tilt rl, On
patrick ebony on television...Kilpatrick is many extra nice lilt lot.
the man who did a very fine vignette in Harold Robins' $27,000, $2,400 down, $182.40110.
"Stiletto," with Barbara McNair, is quite optimistic about his
CBS, 3 bedrooms 1 both, terr (Irs, Fla rm, large
role, and anticipates: no problems with his wife. Off stage,
ground, extrai.
$18,750. $3,000 down, $140 .
is married to mo
Lincoln a lovely songstress(Helen); plus Line pays all.BEAUTIFUL.
and Graham are the best of friends..Speaking of the Uggams-
Pratts, they recently purchased Jayne Mansfield's house in AUTO INSURANCE n WATERFRONT HOME.4 btdrms, 3
Holmby Hills. Remember the beautiful blonde who married Low Premium Rates \ baths, 2 car gar., tern and hardwood firs, tile rf,
Mr. Muscles? Well,if youdon't it doesn't matter...The house Low Monthly Payments ,, ,.. CBS, $32,500. Your own financing.

appeared in several movie mags and created much excitement Immediate SR-22 Filings ., "".. ,.' \ BUSINESS OR PROFESSIONAL USE
pink in color, and set off withheart-shapedbathrooms..Mtry :: '
CBS BLDG. 75-77-7979 NW 22nd Ava. Has
) Igt
the of Motown's
Wilson, lady Diana Ross and the
Mon. Thru Frl. 9:30-7iOO: .ft' stores, easily converted for light manufacturing
gifted with an unusual bark last week.
Upon her return to Sat. 9(304:00BROWN ( offices medical
or center. $35,000, $8,000 down,
her lovely West Hollywood home she found a sad dog-eyed La- $200
brador pup nestling against her door, with a note appended to REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY mo.
his collar. "To you with love," it read, but there wasn't anysignature..Miss 4740 NW 7th Avenue WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
Wilson wishes to thank the glver..Thanks... 754-0655
Raymond St. Jacques is coming out,strong. He has completedthree ..
unrelease4 movies,forming a production company to film
a Hick, and is, establishing a better relation with other black
members in the industry. His party: last week was studded JOHNNY
with such stars as: Godfrey Cambridge, Lincoln Kilpatrick, ,
Janet Maclachlan, Judy Pace, dancer Paula Kelly of"Sweet DOCTORS DENTISTS.PROFESSIONAL
Charity," and Gail Fisher andJohnLevYandof course, MEN! LEE
Dlahann Carroll was there with her man from the Land Of The I,
$20,000 handles like new 2 story office bldg.
taints Don Marshall..Everyone enjoyed the music,the con-
viviality, and the compassion...On the other side of the stars... Ideal for clinic. Balance of mortgage arrangedto
Della Reese is not only a multi-talented God-sent creature, suit at 6% interest. Call Glen Fewell at REAL
but too, she's chic and ear thy...James EarlJones,winner of the
"Tony A ward" .for his incomparable portrayal of Jack Johnson, FEWELL-RAFTER REAL ESTATE
the first heavyweight champion, will quit the New York stage 445.7755 ESTATE
production ot"The Great White Hope" todothe screen versionin
October...Add this to the fact that he is contemplating doing
"Malcolm X"..the one scripted by author James Baldwinand ---.
has already signed for the protagonist in filmic offering of 9435 NW
the autobiography of "Nat Turner," and you have a new black
male star..Sammy Davis, Jr. is in London, doing a sequel to
"Salt and Pepper," and is not cognizant of what's happening SAWYERSUPHOLSTERY L1 17th Ave.
:. here-so he had Sy Marsh fly up to fill him in.. The singer of
such unforgettable compositions as "Strange Fruit," "Balladof
John Henry, "and" Jim Crow Train,"died Friday in a New FHA SPECIALNW
York Hospital during heart surgery..Josh White, a respectedfolk r" t 141 Street Near Expressway

singer is survived by his son, also a singer Josh White, PLASTIC } r 3 bedroom, 1 bath
w Jr. Lena Horne,the longest reigning black beauty-actress Stove & Refrig., sprinkler system, large lot,
singer in Hollywood, has done it. Her opening at Las Vegas' $18,OOO $1,000 Down
Caesars palace last week was,to state semantically,a "gas" COVERS ..
She exuded soul from spirit of Gwambe, the first man on FHA -' NO CLOSING 'COSTS. ,,
earth who emerged from the reed, and her songs: "A FlowerIs NW 87th Street *"/ f

A Lovesome Thing,". "My Mood Is You," and "You Made I O 2 bedroom, 1 bath
Me So Very Happy," were as encompassing and enjoyable as a __ $13,000 $400 down '
cool breeze on a hot sultry day. And, Belafonte, of course,
was alive with verve and beauty,and,some say, magnetic se.x BRAND NEW HOMES
appeal..Otis Young,writer-producer of the play, "Right On, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Den & Florida Room
Brother," successes are running in streaks. His play, which tr;
had a six-week run at Hollywood's Oxford Theatre was acclaimed Central Heat and Air
"a hit with a message."And now,he's set to produce- Full Price only $23,500
direct a movie,'"Savage Warrior," a story of contemporary WE RE-UPHOLSTER ANYTHING $3,500 Down
civil movement Already casted are Jtuppert Cross and CUSTOM-MADE DRAPERIES
Chris calloway, daughter of Cab Davis Roberts, costarof B FHA SPECIAL
"Right On, Brother," is set for the Doris Day Show and Ie Carol City Area Near Expressway
"Halls of Anger" Glynn Turman is so busy behind the 10. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage
camera he barely had time to do his thang in "Carter's : LOW LOW PRICES Air conditioned and heat. Very desirable area.
Army," and now he's reading for a TV special. Imaginea $19.000 Full Price
movie entitled "The Fearless Five," starring Jim Brown, o 2,000 Down.
Cookie Gilchrist, Fred Williamson and Lou Rawls, It'll be a
heavy gas, (three areex-footballstarsannouncedbythe) producer 5625 NW 7th Ave. OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAYWe
Hal Kanter: "25% Comedy, 25% Violence, 25% Sex and Have Many Other Homes & Lots
25% Story." Sounds like a sure-fire combination. And, this 751-2677 696-5467 Please Co III
combination should end this week's column.

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Neil R. Corer General).Agency HancocK ,Natural Organic Food. .
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32 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 19, 1969 _


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27th Ave. & 54fh St.
Ample Parking
': + 0.. S.CHOICE .

I CUBE LB. 69C ..
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STEAK LB. $1 %Jl'I\ '
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KETCHUP 20oi. BOTTLE 29C. '1, 'LB. 'CANi
LIBBY SLICED I, 1.w $5,00, '

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CORN, 17 OZ. CAN 5 $1 r

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v FRENCH FRIES PKG. 37 --...---------------


,,r< BLACKEYE PEAS .' 24 oz"'PKG. ''. EXTRA'I: \ fira.

I $1.19BALI
: ,5thJ
j}II J It}:! POTATOES 10 LB. BAG. 5ge : HAI" ,
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{ ONIONS TANGY FLORIDALIMES 3 LB. BAG 35C e w a WINE: 1$ GAL, ; $2.39: : ,

6 19C ?i I ,RHE/NGQ1D' 16.p ,KPllPOPCANS"ED ,
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