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 26, 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
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00513

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I! III 47 Consecutive The Years Greater Serving Beach Hiring Bias May

? Miami Community

Bring Demonstrations

Read Youth Editor Eloise -
Taylor's moving accountof Instead of free spending been repeatedly overlooked copies of the message to all
the Incident at Harris tourists, the streets of Miami when the more lucratice jobs Beach civic clubs. I

Field In Homestead last Beach might be filled with disgruntled are doled out.
Friday night. demonstrators this The problem is even threat-

TEMPORA MuTANt ET NOS MUTAMUTON ILLB winter This is the message ening relationships with the
John Gibson tried to give hotel black and Latin communities,
: and restaurant owners In a because the owners blame the ,

press conference on Tuesday. union, and the union is con

Longshoremen Leader Gets Call... of trolled by Cubans. w
Gibson is active Beach
rui. n/crn/ ,,.* an Gibson called for an allout
labor' leader and a member of
Names Cleveland the City Personnel Board. He recruitment program on the
Kennedy part of the business commun-
was also elected to the Pension

Board,but legislation was ity.Beach Manager Clifford W. ,

hurriedly passed prohibiting O'Key already has been
Turner Campaign Manager members to serve on more
and has agreed to
than board.
,one expand the city's recruitment
,j Blacks in the area have long program for qualified Negro
Miami Vice Mayor David T. Union Local: .1416, as his campaign shoremen official has worked
been dissatisfied with the employment employes, Gibson continued. a
Kennedy, senior member of manager. David Walters effectively In political campaigns practices of Beach Councilmen referred the
the Miami City Commission, local attorney and state for many years in Dade -- tea:' -
hotels and restaurants. Most matter to 0Key and directed -
has qualified tor reelectionto finance chairman for the County.
jobs held by blacks are of the the manager to Investigatethe JOHN GIBSON
Florida In an interview with Mi-
a third term.CLEVELAND. Johnson and Hum- The I
menial and have criticism and to send Gives
type, they Warning
ami Times Turner made the I
.::.) phrey campaigns, was ap- ,
pointed finance following statement
. Kennedy's : '
\ 'J I chairman. "I have accepted the ap-

,\ J Miss Ruth (Rusty) Klein pointment as campaign man- Miami Airman Killed In London 'IWynn
\} college vice president of the ager for Vice Mayor David

Young Democrats of Florida, Kennedy for several reasons.
An Air Force sergeant from The victim was Identified as 33, of Lynchburg Va.,
"F of all
will serve as campaign coor-; rst. I feel that
dinator. more blacks should take an active Miami was fatally stabbed on Sgt. William Reid, 23.The Air was arrested by Scotland Yard
The two holdover Miami Interest in this commun a London street last weekend, Force listed 2160 NW 81st authorities and turned over to

{ City Commissioners, Mrs. M. ity. During the past fewyears, and another sergeant is under Ter. as the address of his wife, the Air Force, which said he
Athalie Range and Maurice the City of Miami has led the arrest in connection with the Lucy. was being held at its Laken-

; r tj Ferre, along with former MI- way in Florida and the SouthIn slaying. Sgt. William Lawrence heath base.

i ami City Commissioner Sid providing the opportunity

ney Aronovitz are serving as for blacks to serve In govern
campaign advisors., meat

,, Kennedy, who filed a list of "But, most Important, feel
approximately 200 campaign that David Kennedy has donean

contributors, said he has outstanding job during the p 1 f, i r 111111 1'W1 z,++. Y 1V'+ 1 a ,';'

TURNER sought to limit contributionsto eight years that he has servedon WM grC, I F '7rer I t'1 n 4\ ,l 'YF 1 5
amounts to dC11 + ? \ 4 r
up $50.00. the Miami City Commis- a 1 \+ a 1' 1'' ;+ 11
The 35-year-old Kennedy Turuer becomes the first sion. I have a great deal of r
I 4* named Cleveland Turner, black to serve as campaign respect for the work that he !

community leader and presi- manager for a white candidate has done for the people of this

li'I dent of the Longshoremen's in.Florida: The popular long., community. '

1 ,' ) Scouts 'Promote f Will Fuller A. n 1o t i 1 s Adak ,t1 r '

Boy Scout professional leader Beach and Miami, and Alla- ties

Willie H. Fuller has been 'pattah.
promoted to Director of Community A graduate of Tuskegee Institute -
Relationships for the with a Bachelor of Science -

South 'Florida Council, Boy degree in secondary education ,

Scouts of America; accordingto Fuller is a member o A
Scout Executive William H., of the Ebenezer Methodist
Hofmann. Church of Miami and the Frontiers t

In his new position, Fuller International service organization

will coordinate Boy Scout programs 'Prior to comingto
f. Miami he served in '
aimed disadvantaged pro This Gulf Service Station at' NW 27th Avenue and 82nd Street has been
boys,in Dade, Broward, and fessional Scouting in La-
Monroe 'countries.. Fuller Grange, Georgia opened by the Opportunities, 'Industrialization' Center, Inc. of Dade County as

previously 'served as District 'When appointed to the position its first on-the-job' training site. Sunday, Sept. 28 has been set. for the grand

Executive of the Biscayne Bay of District Executive of opening., Free gifts for the entire family will be distributed to customers.
District which includes Liberty the Biscayne Bay District in most complex and varied districts Arrius Royal (shown in insert) is manager of the station. Johnson Miami

CIty,''BrownsvUle,Mor n. 1966, Fuller',became profes-, in America,"accordingto photo.
ingside. Downtown 'MIami: sional leader pf one of the Hofmann.

; i Nursing Home Hospital Workers Exploited I I

f:::' Four thousand employees of nursing homes and go borne would find the time lost deducted on the following gripes and not caring about our feeling,'! the spokesman :

f 1:: hospitals In Dade County, 90% of whom are,black and the week's salarycheck.! 'Grlenanceswerehandledonai, said, as the others nodded their beads. "But just as soon J.}

:::::: overwhelming majority female, are eking out less than a "take-it-orrleaye-tt" basis, and if a worker was not sat as the Union came along with Its program and application f::,
::: :} subsistence wage and are consigned as a consequence to isfied with the treatment of her complaint she had the alternative cards, our supervisors began to sing a dlfferenttune and ;::,:

1::: I the helplessness and despair of the ghetto, a group of of accepting the,d Is P 0 S It I 0 D of the matter,no a new polcy with regard to vacationsandholidays and ::r: I
:::: Nurses' Aides andHousekeeperslnonesuchnursinghome matter, how It, irked her, or of walking off the job. formulated." :::: ,

|| told The Miami Time In an exclusive Interview last week. and The aides emphasized that they were "not going to be ; :
:: The combination of low pay intolerable working con is to us"J.:
: taken in" by "the bone management throwing ::;
:jifji: : The picture of e x p Iota'tI 0 nand d e grad a tI 0 n which ditions contributed In large measure to absenteeism and anti-union propaganda", As one woman put it"We, have s:* 1
!:::$:::: they painted in embittered tones during the interview was turnover. The' ;failure of workers to'show up forced the checked on Local 1115'contracts and we like what we see.'f::
;:::::::: coupled with the hope that an organizing campaign recently remaining members, of the staff speed up their work and : :
hour and time and half for overtime
$2.00 an more, ; up :: :::: .
S'*: launched by Local 1115 Nursing Home,Hospital and Senior shoulder added of course as the
responsibilities-without, ,
to three weeks' vacation with pay and 11 paid holidays, 10days' ::j::
88::::; C It I Ie n s' Hotel Union would bring toa sense of securlPf members of the group noted with bitterness,any addition- I
sick leave, shift differentials, all sorts of welfare ;:; :;
:: ty and which to this point they have not known. al
f dignity up compensation.
: benefits, Including Blue Cross and Blue Shield, a real ::ti:::: ,
?:::r A spokesman for the group pointed out that after four Often the requirements' patient care dictated working grievance procedure that gives you security on the job ::::::

{$;; years of employment she was earning the top salary for an beyond the scheduled time, particularly a replacementhas that's what Local 1115 has accomplished elsewhere, and r:} :

&:: alde1.30: an hour. She had started with an hourly rate not reporter for work, and for, this, too, there was there's no reason why we should not, get the same." 1 '

$::& of $1.10, receiving two upward adjustments as a result of neither more pay nor compensatory time off. The,women announced that they had signed up,with Local {;:;: fi
j$:::|: the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act which provides
During the, interview the women' stated that during the 1115 and that they were forming a committee to'"spread the : 1 J
$$ minimum of $1.60 an hour,
a lower
past few weeks there had been'some Improvements In Union message" throughout Dade County. Theynotedwith'approval :::
:ft:: work between 40 and 48 hours a week but do
::: : The women I.
: ::
working conditions. There were six holidays instead of that application been made to the National : :
>?::: not receive time for overtime: Nor is there,any J
: premium two. There was provision,too,for two weeks' pay and one Labor Relations Board for consent electr ions In six nurs ::::::
;&:i::: differential, she added, for working the later shifts-from
: week without pay, vacation with pay-after two years of em- ,inghomeswhereLocallll5hadalreadyobtalnedamajorsty 1111;
j 11 to 7 AM.
| form PM
|i: 3PM to'IJPM ployment-Instead of one weeks'ply. Even the food was "a' of the workers. M::

:::$; Other members of the group referred totheabsence of lot better but far from good",as the group. spokesman put "This Is the beginning of a new day for all of us who are f::::

::11::iji: fringe benefits of any kind, such as Blue Shield or Blue It.. employed in the nursing homes and hospitals In Dade :::::: t

F ijxii::::; Cross coverage or Insurance..While there was sick leave, These improvements, minimal as they were, had come County", the spokesman said, adding the hope that "col. 1:1:;
&! the policy'was hedged in with such limitations and restrictions about,. the women,concur red, only after Local 1119 bad lective bargaining agreements will take us out of the dark .*;:;::
:::::: as to be virtually meaningless;as attested by the fact inaugurated its campaign. "Up to that point management ness of the ghetto and into the bright sunshine of a decent. :::
::::t that when a worker became ill on the job and was forced to had treated us like dirt-pushing us around ignoring our livelihood and decent working conditions." Hf

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rMIAMITIMESFridaySernher1969! -

'Urban league To lank One Dime PleaseThe Tf

old story was,"No Jobs." It's incredible,but would 1

you believe that the title of m)' story Is, "Got some jobs itytioi

Don't Have Enough People? ? ?" It's true too
: Spend $35 Hold onl! Let us share one or two success profiles thatw1l1 I of Tb:
prove that we mean It when we say we afe looking tor ',
I nil 0 wa:
applicants: ,
I ;. For Programs John Doe, 31, had one year college and several years !. net cn

? hamming around clubs as a singer. No Job experience, the
training equipped him for the Job he landed ,
to take active r,4 preparation or in
v Major moves strengthen an Increasingly I
production assistant, l learning the
he's a
Today programming -
role eta
I the administrative machineryof in the League's operation. ,
of the TV Industry from the ''I i
to National Urban League Mr. Sims, a former deputyto phase group up. l
John Doe, a high school graduate, was described by
were announced this week by Sargent Shriver in the Office
James A. Linen, League Pre- of Economic Opportunity, is his Interviewer as,"an articulate, ambitious young man." -

sident, and Whitney M.Young, 34 years of age, Mr. Oliver, L Yep! His enthusiasm and good manners put him aboard 1
Assistants ship too.
Jr., Executive Director. who has been active in anti- the Production
The two top League officials poverty and community action John Doe; 28, had 'some' college, and is presently

i announced that Harold R.Sims programs, Is 38. .j taking a course In Commercial Photography. (So, he's
has 'been named to the post Mr. Sims is a former Army a '}i1oto bug.: So are you,aren't you?) Last week, one \i
,jof Deputy Executive Director major and holds a master's of the TV stations put him on payroll as reportercameraman I

under Mr. Young and that degree in public Administration : trainee. What a future! :
James M. Oliver has been appointed from George.Washington Sally Sue is a recent high school grad who types 35-40 '

Personnel Director. University. He has had broad wpm >nd has some writing skill. Her selling point was

The appointments were experience in planning, policy her ability to spell well,and you mJght call her 'charm-

necessary, Mr Young said, formulation and general agency ing.' Today, she's, a program traffic clerk (for starters).
"in view of the tremendous administration. He is a native John Doe, in his early 20's, proved some interest in
growth and expansion of the of Memphis and lived in engineering by having taken .-u ctronlcs course in high

League and its programs and Springfield, Virginia prior to school and a 1-year here anda 1-year there course else- :

personnel In recent years." taking the League position. He where. Well, hopefully he's going to stay put for a while. t
He noted that the number of is married to the former Lana (Can you believe it? He's an engineering, trainee I
cities in which the League ope- Joyce Taylor.Mr. EXTRA GIFT The F. W. Woolworth Company's learning and getting paid on the Job!) -. -i iY
rates has jumped from 60 to Oliver is coming into a contribution of $5,000 to the United Negro College None of these are dead-end jobs. Each trainee can move _d

94 in the last five years. In greatly expanded personnel Fund is handed by Robert W,. Young (!left), the com and is moving right up the ladder. In his category.So .

the last 12 months alone, he operation at the League A na- pany's vice president for personnel, to Dr. Harry what's your excuse for not calling us?It'll only cost
said, the League has embarkedon tive of Youngtown, Ohio, he with We don't
dime to "bank' an application us.
Richardson a
director the
UNCF executive in you
60 new projects in the na- will inaugurate a program of pre- Johnsoncan 11'A
a Job. No one, not even president
guarantee you
tion's black sence of Aubrey C. Lewis Woolworth I personnel
ghettos. recruiting top personnel for ,
but a 10$ phone call may be the start of 'somethingbig'
.? Mr. Linen pointed out that the League and a broad train- representati
for too.
,the League now has more than Ing operation. He is married What's you that? Haven't got a dime?Well, ,borrow one, and y't

1,600 paid professionals work- and holds a master's degree in Free Chest X-Ray If you're that hard up we'll refund it. (Come to think of
ing for it across the social work
country from University
AdelIi1i it,if you're that hard up, ,why haven't you called us beforenow
and that it was spending more in Garden City. He is Free chest x-rays on the cations: Wed, Oct. 1 North- ?) Oh, and tell your,friends from Key West to
than $35 million this year in a specialist in personnel and Christmas Seal Mobile Chest side Shopping Center, Thurs- Palm Beach too. We're| the South Florida Broadcast Skills A

programs aimed at winningfull community organization pro- X-ray unit will be availableto day, NW 79th St.and 27th Ave.; Bank. Phone 377-8241 Thank you. A
equality for b lack and blems.fffffiSffSffi'fffffff8lfflf. all persons, 18 years of age Friday (Alligator square) all
brown, Americans. and over, at'the following loP three days 10-1, 2-4. tI
The appointments of Mr, I t' ,
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Sims and Mr. Oliver are the '

first changes of several recommended organizational to the |; HI! I'm Harriette Stiles AssistanceThe For Business Enterprise! fl''

League by the firm of Cresap, ;1:;;: a social worker in South 1 l'I
McCormtck and Paget, Inc., Dade. first catalogue of its ness Enterprise (OMBE) of Labor and GS\, the Small Business
Wan be c
management consultants, who n a a kind ever published, a new tie U.S. Department of Com Administration, the Vet- a
were asked by the NUL's i:1 if groovy queen, the stealer publication directed exclusively merce. erans Administration and the

Board of Trustees to make a ;|:;: of ANY scene? Be:a r to the broad scope of The landmark first, editionof Office of Economic Opportuu-: II t

study of League operations. .1j1j: model any day and earn Federal programs availableto the book, "Federal Assis- Ity which: provided financialand E

As deputyy executive director '|::1: HIGH pay. (I got'$75 assist minority business tance Programs forMinority staff assistance in its pre-

Mr.Sims[ will handle 1 a ':;| for this ten minute enterprises, has been issued Business Enterprise", is an paration.. t
number of day-to-day admin- by the Office of MborityBusi-: Inventory of various programs "This is innovative 1
istrative matters, thus givingMr : presentation i atthe which can be of assistance to publication, the first of its kind

Young more time for ::1 Hilton-Plaza for Fab ?2., minority entrepreneurs thr- minority entrepreneurs and I

overall planning, policy form- erge, where I was later WIG WAREHOUSE SALE ough numerous types of Federal others assisting them"Secre-

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also in line with the League's & Modeling Academy j i relative to selected operational procedures."
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 26, 1969 3

To Open 'Liberty City Civic Center' Black Firefighters Hold Conference I


The Liberty City Community which comprised the effortsof department store, recently The Vulcan Society Inc., The purpose and aims of the Vulcan Pioneers of New Jersey -
Council, initiated the na 57 youth interviewers and completed, called "Our FDNY a fraternal organization conference are: (1) to pool Inc.David.
tion's first diagnostic studyof nine adult supervisors in securing Thing," a vest pocket park, composed of black New the experience of black fire Jackson President of
a Model Cities target area. more than 7,200 interviews and auditorium, a conferenceroom York City Firemen,announcedthis fighters from different sec- the Vulcan Society, FDNY in
The survey's sole purposewas a Jarring theme- for small organizational week that October, 31st tions of the country. describing the overall aims
to evaluate the effective- that of exasperation resounded meet ins, and the regular facil- and November 1st they will (2) participate Inwork- of the conference stated the
ness of the Dade County Model throughout the target ities of the council. host a two day conference of shops to formulate solutionsto following: "It is our hope that
Cities program in involvingthe area to which the Council feltIt Bernard N. Dyer, executive the problems of harassmentof through our mutual efforts,
participation of residentsIn must respond.One director of the council, statedin black professional firefighters firefighters; the high rate tensions in ghetto areas will
the planning and execution of the chief complaints a recent inter view that"the from across the nation. of fires and deaths in ghetto be eased and Fire Depart
stages of the program.As of the residents, it noted, is a council felt it necessary to do neighborhoods. ments throughout the nation
a result of this survey, complete disgust with count- something towards meet- (3)) Help implement the findings will regain the respect and
less surveys and interviews, ing the needs of the commun- DINNER SALE of the conference in areas cooperation they so richly de
and numerous public presentations ity in the face of indfference The women of Ebenezer where these problems exist., serve."
ojblueprints and plans, or inability of local fleaders' United Methodist Church are The conference is being cosponsored Information and further
none of which, It is generallyfelt to come up with anything con sponsoring a dinner sale on by the following organizations -' particulars on the conferencemay
was visibly or tangibly crete for the neglected residents Saturday at the church, 1042 of black firefighters. be obtained by writing:
productive,. of the Liberty City NW 3rd Ave. Dinners will be Club Valiants, Inc., Conference of Black Professional
As a means of dealing with area." delivered anywhere in Miami Philadelphia, Pa, Fire Department Firefighters, cIa Vul-
some of the problems that beset Dyer stated that the council area. Call 3745506 for de ; Phoenix Society, can Hall, 739 Eastern Park-
the Inner City, those of the will publish an analysis of its livery. Inc., of Hudson County, N. J.; way, Brooklyn, N. Y. 11213.
lack of neighborhood identification findings in a report that has
Eco- excited _.. __ ____.u. ____ _
Neighborhood already widespread
nom'c Development, ten interest across the country in
ant and welfare mothers or., many Urban Study groups.Although -
ganizatlon, the Council has the report deals primarily
initiated work on a "Liberty with Dade County, it is
City Civic Center." The civic being used in comparison studies I
j ji
center, funded completely independent elsewhere in the country. Ir I
of federal money Dyer did not reveal the date
and control, will house a mini the report will be released.


i Johnson Elected To
I To Address AKAi

Regional Post

| Gordon Johnson, Director, The election 'was held last
Meeting Miami Model Cities, has been week in Atlanta during a meeting -
I' elected vice-chairman for the of the 23 Southeastern Model 1
: Mrs. Margaret Roach,South
Cities directors. The Di
I, Model Cities Directors'Association e
Atlantic Director of
Southeastern region. rectors' AssoclatlonaUgns itself f aR Alpha: Kappa Alpha Sorority, with the League of cities
will be the guest speaker for -"-\-- and Conference of Mayors to .
the sorority'annual Neighborhood deal with issues that concern
Meeting that will be held the Model Cities programs at FIREFIGHTERS PLAN CONFERENCE: Shown checking details of two
in Miami at the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel,,October; 4,- the regional. and Federal levels day conference of black professional firefighters, to beheld in' New York

1969, from 800AM.. until .6:00 City, on Oct. 21st and Nov. 1st are representatives of co.sponsoring'organi-.

P.M. Mrs.as a Roach dynamic has been speakerand acclaimed it e zations. (L.R) T. Taylor, Vylcan Pioneers of Hudson County, N.,J.; N. Car-.

is expectedtocaptivatesorors ter Sr., Phoenix Society, Conn.; D. Jackson, Vulcan Society, N. Y.; K. Babb,

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charge to enroll.The only sacrifice to be made by the concerned :
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and go to the nearest school in your neighborhood and
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S Racial War On The Homefront BILL McBRIDE To B aF' Equal jj

If you think the war in Vietnam is hot, Just ask some soldier by Whitney M. Young Jr.
who has just come home on leave from one of the military DOLPHINS OVERLOOK
:;, ;i National Urban League I
bases here in the good old U.S.A. \ .t, Executive Director ,
The White House and the Pentagon may not want to admit it,
but there are serious confrontations going on between black BLACK FANS I
1 and white servicemen at almost every base of operations. -- Revolt Of The Professionals ,

Maybe the reason the administrations won't bring the problem Last week we reported that there is widespread talk among
out Into the open is because most of the trouble stems Miami's black football fans that the Miami Dolphins is a racist What has become known as the "lawyer's revolt" signals
from prejudiced white officers and noncoms who are disgruntled organization from the front office right down to coach George the emergence of a new breed of professional man. The ,
over the equal treatment they are supposed to give blacks. Wilson. We quoted several reasons for their adverse feelings "lawyer's was the extraordinary protest by Justice Depart
Most of these are aged veterans from the old army, but the all of which had to do with Wilson's handling of his black football ment and OEO staff lawyers against changes in the govern-
blacks they run up against are tough young militants who won't players, with particular reference to his flat refusal to ment's civil rights stance. ,
take anything without a fight. play speed merchant Mercury" Morris and former Lawyers in the Civil Rights Division, of the Justice Department tt J
If the Pentagon thinks this problem will Just go away if they' Florida A&M flash, Gene Milton and the Dolphins introduction formally protested against softening Administration -, .
ignore it, then they have another thought coming.How can you of the "new-look" to professional football an all- attitudes toward enforcement stand be taken. ,
fight a war when your soldiers are fighting each other? white offensive starting line-up. At the same time, lawyers in the OWe legal aid program '
publicly demanded that this valuable be
Since then this program
writer has been swamped with additional
Effective Use Of Our Buying PowerIf complaints relative to the exclusion of blacks from the pre- kept and strengthened in the face of considerable opposi-
game and half-time activities during Dolphins horns games tion to it by people who don't like to see the' poor armed ,i
Black eterminationisto is toeverbecomeareality, at Miami's famed Orange Bowl stadium. with legal tools to fight for their rights.
Blacks will have to start putting their m o n e y where their From where I sit, like the others, these complaints appearto The "lawyer's revolt" has temporarily subsided since
mouths are." We will have to start making a more effective use have enough merit to be discussed. their demands were met and assurances given. But its

of our buying power. Let's take a look through the eyes of a self respecting, black meaning lingers on.
There is one thing we must learn,and learn quickly, and that and proud football fan at the exhibition game between the Bal- It shows the fears -- even within the government itself
is the fact that we must be prepared to pay our own way. Wet timore Colts and the Dolphins played at the Orange Bowl. -.. that the Nixon Administration is going too far in
must learn that, If used properly, the economic resources we It's a perfect evening for football and you brave the bumper- placating'backlashers and those who would like to see the
( already have can a long toward the great civil rights achievements of recent fade ;
go way providing necessary to-bumper traffic to the stadium; pay a white homeowner the years away
impetus to self-determination. The Administration has been so careful to keep its political '
healthy fee of $2.00 ,to park in his back yard, and hike more
Blacks spend in excess of 30 billion dollars a year in this than a,mile to the stadium ... You give your ticket to a white fences mended in the South .. through relaxation of
\ country, yet virtually all of it is spent for goods and services ticket taker (this doesn't bother you too much because you school desegregation guidelines and appointments like that
) purchased from non-Blacks. Consequently, very little'of this know that somewhere in the,stadium there is at'least one of Judge Haynsworth to the Supreme Court -- that it's lost
( ,money actually stays .in the Black community. This is why our black ticket taker) You climb the ramp and are led to your the confidence of it own skilled professionals.Such .
i communities are so poor,and thus,dependent. One does not seat by, a white usher '(no problem there because you see a a public demonstration of concern by government
I have to be a brilliant economist to realize the tremendous eco- few black ushers)., employees is unprecedented. These men depend on their'fed
nomic impact it would have on the Black community if a You are among the early arrivals and while you wait for eral salaries to pay the rent. Their careers and futures \
greater percentage of the 30 billion was spent within our communities kickoff time you are serenaded by Marty Reid and his all-white are dependent upon the opinions of their supervisors. They
purchasing goods and services from Blacks. orchestra playing sounds from' the Guy Lombardo ,era. risked being fired, or at the ,least, closing the door on any
If this were done, it would not be necessary for membersof Then out comes the high stepping DOlpllin Dolls, and you notice hopes of promotion and advancement, .
the Blackcommunity to be almost completely dependent upon that there is,not a, single black lass among them. (The The fact that they so willingly laid' their careers on the
white America for meaningful employmant opportunities. Instead Marty Reid, group and the Dolphin Dolls are regulars). line indicates the seriousness of the threat to civil rights.
Black businessmen and professionals would be in a'position The Dolls go through their routine and make way for the pre- But it also indicates something else -- something that has I
b become competitive employers. They would be able to sentation of the colors-,You stand proudly,as always, while great significance for our, country.
offer quality goods and services at competitive prices. Pre- "Old Glory" ,is gracefully carried to the center of the field, It indicates the emergence of anew breed of professional
\, sently, this is something only' a relatively small percentage are and you begin to get a little sick as you notice that the color min. He's no longer the cautious's' careful bureaucrat who l'
able to do.Perhaps. guard from the Homestead Air Force Base is all-white. is afraid to'make wav s. He is not willing to compromise human
f greatest benefit to be derived from Blacks You remain standing for the National Anthem which is sung by rights for: petty. persona' concerns: ,
spending a larger percentage of their dollars within the Black a white vocalist accompanied by the' Marty Reid group. The "lawyer's revolt" showed how strong the new breed Is
i community is that of community on tr o l. It's almost beyond You continue to stand for the invocation which is beautifully in that profession. Some of the brightest law school graduatesare
I refutation that,whoever,,controls the economy of a,community rendered by still another non-black person; and strange spurning fancy offers from Wall Street firms In order to
controls that community. This is a fact all Blacks will have to thoughts begin to cloud you mind. work on civil rights,cases for the government or to practice
,learn. In the final analysis, it matters not how much or how And now,to the roar of the huge crowd,both teams make their advocacy law for groups representing to poor
little we talk about community control. For in truth, Blacks entrance the Colts with,their great pass,catching twins, But it's evident in other professions too. Meetings of sociologists
'will have no control of their communities unless and until they John Mackey, and Willie Richardson and the Dolphins with psychologists, and political' scientists in recent
control their economy. Without control of the economy of our their "new look" all-white; offensive team. The game gets weeks have been challenged to prove their relevance by bright
communities, political control is Impossible. In fact,without underway and the crowd cheers as the Dolphins put up a pretty young people now swelling the ranks of those professions.
, economic control, political control is a myth For he who controls good battle. .'. You cheer along with the crowd until you no- Annual meetings that used to be dull affairs mainly devoted
i the purse-strings, ultimately controls thepolitics and the tice that the Velda Farms cheerleaders, like almost every- to swapping Job offers 'are now full, of controversy. Aca-
( politicians of any community. body else representing the Dolphins, are all-white. demics are climbing down from their ivory towers and becoming
\ I In this regard, it would be :well for,Blacks to consider the It's half-time and insult is added to injury when onto the Involved In society's problems as never before.
l practices of certain,other,minority who have had some field marches the "The
groups nattily dressed manning Thoroughbreds crisis of our times," said a political scientist at one
\ degree of success in gaining a healthy amount of self- from Hialeah such
High School You guessed It;they're all white meeting, "spares no group, not even the social sciences.
determination, Their stride toward self-determinationbegan Now, you find it more than difficult to root for the Dolphins ...It is no longer practical or morally tolerable to stand on the
" in earnest when they began keeping greater percentage of the even though it's'supposed to be your team. political sidelines when our expertise! alerts us to disaster."
dollars they earned within their C 0 m m un'1t1es .They began The Dolphins lose and you're glad- glad because you as a Many of these professional groups helped build'the racism
pending more of their dollars among their own people. Once black fan, feel that you have been left out. You leave the that permeates our society. They've either ignored the prob
this practice began, they soon discovered they had more Influence Orange Bowl with the strong belief mat the Dolphin organization lems of the black masses,, or spent their talents in showing
over what went on in their,communities. doesn't give a damn about greater Miami's Black football other institutions how to suppress them.
To be sure there are problems with which Blacks are fans.
.I many Now .the wheel is
turning, and the new breed of young professionals
:confronted that are unique to us. One thing is certain, however So, you Join the ever, increasing number of blacks who, in are forcing universities corporations and other im-
l if used properly, ,our buying power can do the same thing good conscience, find it almost impossible to call the Dolphins portant elements in our society tobecomerelevantto the real
for us' that it has gone for other minorities. their own. problems
facing all of us. The success of their efforts could
U more ,e f Jectiveuseof. poweris the most tea.., If the Dolphin top brass is smart, $ will realize that some determine how quickly America frees Itself from the bondage
sible way to acquire and to exercise Black Power. drastic changes are in order. of racism and division.



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 26, 1969 5

I Black Profiles I


; By Lou LuTour I THE WHOLE .f1



Mrs. Patricia Harris,one of Washington,D.C.'s most beau- JOHN STENNIS SEN.f

tiful as well as most intelligent courageous women, surely !: .

displayed what it took to be a great woman in time of crisis J' ,

when, after refusing to give into demands made by some stu- Pd'I : r 'T

dents of Howard University's law school, she offered her 1H1c 1 iUt.

resignation as dean of the school. Students of the law school -

tested the courage of Patricia Harris in the Spring of 1969 iJ'

when they made a demand that the Professor who failed 14 of '

his 58 students in what they regarded as an unfair exam, be ii

dismissed immediately. She denied them their demand and .'

although she had been dean of the law school less than two

weeks, she felt that her responsibility1 was to protect and en-

hance the integrity' of the law school by refusing to yield up
its decision-making power to its students (however, justly s

agrleved on other matters they might be) or permit them to
b '''A .4..I.4 #
a use we: i Jgui vi its facultyIt -

\ was indeed not an unusual

I thing for a woman of Mrs. t ? ,

Harris' intellectual ability and : f K ,: ,

her exceptional achievements'' 'I '

over the years, her record as 'FEDERAL REQUEST

an early civil rights activist 8 GRANTED THIRTY

and her great success infieldswhere I fi MISSISSIPPI DISTRICTS

race was not an issue r
to make such a decision.Her 2 'I u A REPRIEVE OF SCHOOLDESEGREGATION : 'i

success for many of the 14 p 1 p i UNTIL ,

students was "white" successor "
"political" successthe i 4' & 'Nr-rIMES" 1 ( :'

latter referring, to her having' "', < r
been Ambassador to Luxembourg "
so appointed by former
An Integration Retreat!
President L. B. Johnson. The

.s tad e t s dis m is s ed w ithn contempt -
as a

"battler' for black causes. However, Patricia Harris maintained Is' A ,
The Dolphins ;
", that a law school's reputation comes to It in the qualityof ::
What Of
Manner /Men
its graduates. She ven stated that students have yet to un-

derstand the nature of the,craft, but they think they ought to Racist Organization ,_
determine what other apprentices in the craft learn. Her position WILLIAM H. GRIER, M. D.

was rejected by the students. This and the concern of Co-Author of"Black Rage"
its being compromised by the administration seemed to have Dear ; Copyright (c) William H. Grier 1969 1

caused the brilliant and well-qualified Patricia Harris to resign
I must say that the article appearing in your paper last week,
dean of
as the Howard University Law School. And
what the whole outfit Legality MoralityWhen
was Just Dolphins needed. The Dolphin
Her resignation whch made news headlines, was not surf
should be for the ,
. prising. And she resigned with a blast at both the PresidentDr. exposed community's scrutiny. a young social, worker recently gathered a group of

( James Nabrit, Jr.) who.had hired her,as Dean and at the poor women for discussion the talk centered around welfare )
students whom she had sympathized with and, whose demands 1 1 systems and the intricacies of welfare payments
Dade Countians are supposed to be liberal so they'
very ,
she had hoped to satisfy in some way-'mutually agreeableto This was understandable when it developed that over half,
want the nation to believe. Yet when Itcom.s to the Dolphins
all concerned. the had with ,
women been threatened court action because they
this is a new game as for as the major portion of our'county's
shocked that Patricia Harris' had welfare at time when ineligible
Many people were deanship accepted payments a they were -
concerned. A person looking at the Dolphin pffensive team
lasted one month less a but those who know her in for such
day, really payments.
would think that they would try to have at least two black peo-
the light of"fighting" for right in a sensible way would say, If a welfare mother obtains a Job she is no longer eligiblefor
ple somewhere on the team. Pm uo football coach, but rye
Patricia Harris the of ''civil aid and must her status If
displayed courage a'Diplomat, been report changed immediately.
around football long enough to know that you can't win
rights activits,' a "Dean," and best of all of'Hunan Being,' without she accepts welfare payments after such a time she is sub
speed. You mIght as well face it Mr. Wilson, all of
as your Lou LuTour, editor of Black Profiles of Courage now ject to prosecution and the women met by our friend had sup-'
your speed is tied up in those few blacks'that you let remainon
says. your squad. posedly committed this "crime."
A woman who by her' own efforts obtains work and moves

from the welfare rolls to the employment rolls seems to us

I do believe that the Dolphins are looking for an all lily to show the spunk and drive so celebrated as worthy character

J1.JTERS! TO THE -ED IT oj white team offensively. This has got to change if there is ever traits and could hardly be called irresponsible. Moreover it

to be a winning team in this town.Talking about all white, whyis developed that none of these women had accepted the forbidden

it the Dolphins has an all white concert band, all white cheerleaders checks for more than a few months.

and an all white Dolphin Dolls. They'll probably say It set us thinking about the broad problem of legality, mor-

no black people applied for these organizations, this is the ality, and fraud, and we could not help thinking of the frauds

Black Police Barred From PBA standard excuse used by the system anytime something is committed against the public by a group of large electric.

questioned concerning a particular group who practice segre- equipment.companies a few years ago when they rigged pricesand
Membership; None On IntelligenceAnd gation. defrauded large cities of many millions of dollars. Some

years ago a New York brokerage firm went into bankruptcywhen

Internal Security Squads its financing of swindler speculating in
questionable a
I guess a lot of white people wonder why the blacks continueto
salad oil
To Miami City CommissionersI support the Dolphins by going to their games- Yes, they collapsed.
would like to call your attention to some of the conditions' attend but only to'lend moral support to the opposite team, Legality and morality are a very long way apart. Ex-Chief
1 Justice Warren it is said used to disrupt the proceedings of
, which are existing in the Miami Police Dept.,such as; .Negro especially when there's a large number of black players on ,
the Court the "it be but is it
Policemen are not accepted for membership, in the Miami that particular team. A little over a week ago the Cincinnati Supreme by question may legal,
fair?" It is further said that he was sometimes an embarrass,
Police Benevolent Association and there are no Blacks employed team looked like they were having a caucus of the NAACP, .
ment to his such questions.
in the Internal Security Department,The Intelligence Squad but the Dolphin squad was Just the opposite their team look- colleagues by '
We ought all tobe clear that the law i* not a code of moralitybut
and othere squads of the Miami Police Department.An ed more the regional meeting of the white citizens council
is more kin to a medieval contest in which the issues of
inquiry will reveal that members of the Miami Police De- each time they received the ball.
right and wrong get often obscured and the outcome turns rather -
from other countries such Cuba who become
partment as policemen -
skill of the
on the resources of the contestants and the
are readily accepted in the above organ I z a tl on and
squads. Certainly,sports writers and sports announcers in this com lawyers.
If is felt that Blacks are not accepted in the Police Benevo- munity have the capability of exposing the deplorable condi- We do not suggest that cooperation executives be routinely

lent Association because the charter states that its member- tions that exist with this squad,but so far they have failed to do Jailed for the commercial hanky panky that is so much of life
in the market but somewhere in the President's -'
ship is.for "male,Caucasians only" and since there are no so.,Instead they praise the Dolphins to the highest(they must place, surely
'new welfare there should be a white haired om-
Blacks assigned to the above mentioned squads, it appears to be eating cheese to General Joe Robbie); plan
budsman peering over the bench at the Jailer and the welfare
be an unwritten policy to employ "Caucasians only" in these
mother saying "yes, but is it fair?"
squads also.
I am quite sure that some drastic steps will have to be taken
Since these men are citizens and are being paid through the
by the people in this com:nunity both black and white before the r-------------------------
aid of taxpayers,it seems reasonable that there should be nondiscriminatory -
Miami Police Dolphins are being unfair to SUBSCRIPTION ORDER
practices in the Department lackracerandbydoing is have
ers of the they'll continue to
An investigation concerning the above conditions would be a j Miami Times
nothing but losing seasons. I know that anybody with a little
service to the interest of the entire community.
NW 15th Avenue
football sense can see, that speed Is necessary in this new
An Interested Citizen and Taxpayer modern approach to football, but the two fastest men on the Miami, Florida 331V

Dolphin's team ride the bench when they should be playing f

regularly. George Wilson wants the public to believe that these $5.00
Enclosed please find the sum of
two black players can't learn their plays. No,Mr. Wilson you
Maybe They Aren't Good Enough Yet need something better than this. You'd better make some kind to cover jhe cost of a one year subscriptionto

of change in your lily white team before the walls of Jericho the Miami Times. t

It might be because Milton and Morris aren't good. enough, don't fall on you and your staff-Yes Mr. Editor, racism does I'
mike the Dolphin's a loser.
right now. ", .11' P.p., To. I
: Like they tell my.son-, attempting to crack the all black I
basketball starting five at Miami Dade north,"if yon are good Sincerely yours, i AJJ.... I'IL'
David Curry, Jr., President ,
enough you will get to play. Unlimited Associates City Sto.._.____ Zip' CoJ._ I

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Street home. Those attending were Melaine Knox Eleanor
Seymour, Tammye Rogers, Walline Beacham, Traci Harri- b \
son, Tia Smith, Rhondrea FosterRobinArrington, Lisa Arm r i j .e
brister, Fred Martin 0, Bennie Howell, Karlon Jackson, Ar- A t
dith and Adrian Walker, Antionette Riley, Alexis Joe Smith
and Felicia Laughlin. Senior A
Friends of Mrs. Corine Manning are happy to know that she '
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is recuperating at home after a stay Jackson Mrs. Estelle Citizens ,
Cunningham is home from Christian. r

Here from Nassau to visit their father, Mr. J. Amos Smith OR THOSE
are daughters, Pauline Davis and Muriel Bowe. PHYSICALLYDISABLED
Mittie Simpson is all smiles since here aunt, Mrs. Bessie
Thomas of Williston Is visiting Miami On Wednesday evening
friends shared In her birthday celebration at Mattie's home. FREE
Houseguesting with Mr. and Mrs Ernest (Kathleen) Sears
was Mrs. Hester Lewis of Nassau. Kathleen's sister, Viola
Smith jetted in from Nassau for a vacation. CheckingAccounts

There was much excitement at the Greyhound Bus Terminal l
Saturday evening as parents and friends bid farewell to depart- Styled by
ing students at FAMU on the student special..,Miami will be
well represented in Tallahassee this year. Let's wish all stu- NO CHARGE FOR CHECKSNO a
dents a successful school year. MINIMUM BALANCENO :

Mr. and' Mrs Leon Hughley will host a wedding receptionfor SERVICE CHARGE II 0
their daughter, Shelia Lolita and her husband, Mr. George Ifyoif are 65yean old or over '
Mabry, Jr. on Saturday Sept. 20 at Homestead. or physically disabled : \ jM.

Regular meeting Church, Women United October 2.' YOU QUALIFY.For \
Place Grace United Methodist Church, 6501 North Miami ".
those under 65 the low S
Avenue Registration 10 a.m. Reservations for lunch
($1.00)) must be nude before,September 29 with your area cost is only 15< for each ,
check ,
chairman.Mr. actually written. No ,' I'I'

Cyril Robinson of Nassau was a recent visitor to our monthly service charge. No
city. While in Miami, he was the houseguest of Mrs. Stanley minimum balance required.To .
(Hilda) Robinson ,
open your account simply I '
Marthal Silva has returned from a ten-day vacation in Nas- call, write or come in to any ,.rig tins 1
of D
sau.On r
Saturday, "The Alphabets' (wives of members of Alpha thePEOPLES
Phi Alpha Fraternity) held its initial meeting at the home,of Slick. Slick.
Ella (Mrs. Carl) Hall, Carol City.

Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting's cup runneth over. here from BANKS Super-styled.

Manhattan are her son, Branvllle (Bob) and his wife, Eunice Peoples Pint National Bankof A
Cyril Roberts, number 2 son of Youngstown, Onto. The Miami Shore couple dresses to
party will enjoy the cruise to Nassau on Friday. 9499 N. E. 2nd Avenue I
Miami Shore, Florida make you wild The wet '
Another visitor from Ohio is Mrs. Izora Reid who's busy Telephone 7S7-5511
+ renewing old friendships.Here People American National leather look. In black or red with
for the funeral of Thelma Melton North were Mrs. Bank of North Miami I" ,
Annie Stevens, Detroit; Mrs. Ruby Rivers, Philadelphia; Mr. 990 N. E. 125th Street white stitching. From size 3 up.:'
and Mrs. J. Smith New York North Miami, Florida ,.
City. ; Johnny Ruth Harris, Chi- Telephone: 751.6611
cago and John Starks, Atlanta. Each $28. Getwet and with it.

Mr. and Mrs. W. '0. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Garth C. Reeves People North First Miami National Bankof
and Sonny Wright were among Miamians on the Sunward dur 16101 W. Dlxl. Highway
ing the Chamber of Commerce Symposium Cruise to Nassau North Miami Beach Florida
The Phyllis Wheatley Art and Social Club had Mrs. Mar Telephone 945-4311

tin Luther King Sr. as its guest at,the Sept. 8 club meeting. .People National Bank ; ,
of Commerce ,
.....,.e..e.e..e..e..e.ee. 3275 N. W. 79th street

Now you have a lovely Day Care Center'TENNYWENNY" : Telephone: 696-0700 '
: People Liberty National "
: Bank of North Miami ,
Located at:\ : 13490 NW 7th Avenue T h t91O.RY'S \
\ North Miami Florida _
LITTLE ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH :. Telephones: 685-2444 -

2300 NW 93rd Street .::: .'eoplea Hialeah National Bank8300W. :
Monday Thru Friday, 7:30 a.m. 5:00: p.m. :: 12th Avenue FASHION SHOPS

Call after 6:00: p.m. 696-0916 :I I Telephone Hialeah, 822.7056 Florida Miami North Miami, e Coral' Gables Hialeah

Certified Teachers Mrs. Millie Johnson, Director Ft. Lauderdale Lauderhill .' Pompano' .
e Miss ValtrU Griffin, Teacher :: .. .Mcmbers F.D.I.C. W. Palm Beach
: Hot Meal Dolly :, 'and Beach Melbourne Ft.. .Pierce

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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Melvin R. Jackson's Post No.

5693, Veteran of Foreign Wars,.in new homo: on Opa-locka's <

Ala aaoa Alter seven months withouther L <

smiling and dimpled face in the home,

Bernie Johnson still hasn't awaken to the Fl I

fact that her second daughter pretty Sandy a.A

Bethel is dead The Daughters of Isis

(Kazan Court No. 117) 'Commandress, Ball' :

goes into Bayfront Park's Gulf stream Room v

Oct 3 at 10 o'clock. It'll only be a $2.50 tat

but you must appear in formal garb.And according -

to Sis. Mary Sweeting of the'Court,' !
you're in for a heluva good time with the "W ,

Isis daughters You'll never find a more courteous efficient :. ,', 61(' .' .
and affable duo of check-out cashiers than Opa-locka's ,........'." ." ., ;.":; ,' .
Winn-Dixie lovelies Harris and Pat Shellman. ii ye'g.k A '>,0;',
Dorothy '
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NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Paul Robeson much improved from \ ".
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recent Illness Security guards of private estabs appearto
outnumber bona fide municipal and county police. Jim
ct AMOlUtUd 1 1'the
Brown and Lola Falana ablaze Is Willie Davis' Betty ex- 11talUi4fe 8tf'1t11U1 ;

pecting ? ? ?Juanita Eve back from a Nassau weekend. But
main Post Chapel at of Boyd High School in Fred Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence is presently a first grade
her Clarice Willie Eve's frau continues ill in Cedarsof
mommy Fort Carso .Colorodo was the erick, Oklahoma received his Higgs wis h to announce the teacher at Bunche Park Ele-
Lebanon Most attractive of the chain eateries Lum's
scene of the August 23 Wedding B.S. degree from Langston engagement of their daughter mentary School.Mr. .
Sidney Poitier and Joanna Skimkusan item There'retoo
uniting in marriage Brenda University in 1968. He is a ,Son Ja Paulette Mr. Ellie
many 'drunks' arrested and too little stickups Bren- Lewis is a graduate of
Joyce Williams and Malthus L, member of Alpha Phi Alpha Bobby Lewis Jr. son of Mrs
ville and Cyril Roberts of NYC and Youngstown Ohio respect Booker T. Washington High
Northcutt. Chaplain (Lt. Fraternity.The Hellon Lewis of Miami.
ively, down on a week's visit with mother Mrs Henrietta School and attended Miami
Colonel) Billy L. Cox per- bride's mother, Mrs. Miss Higgs is a graduateof
Sweeting, prior to an ocean cruisetoNassauFriday on an extended Dade Jr College. He is pres-
formed the double_ring cere- Ruth Williams accompanedher North Dade High School and
vacation tour. They're accompanied by spouses Eunice mony. to Coloroda. received her bachelor's degree ently employed by Eastern Air

and Izoria, who'll experience their first, Bahamian entry. The bride is the daughter otMt' presently the couple is in elementary education Lines.

& Mrs. Robert William? making their horn Coloroda from St, Augustine's College, The wedding is planned for
SALT WATER TAFFY: North Dade's Garnet Lindsey and
of Miami. Springs, Colo. Raleigh North Carolina. She December.
Tom Walker Jr's dad Tom Walker Sr,passed Ollie Mie ,
Parents of the groom are
James vacationing in Ocilla, Georgia Lorraine Sawyer-
Mr. & Mrs. Ennis A. North
Hadley's pop Joseph H. Sawyer passed in Jackson Memorial
cutt of Linden Texas.
Sunday ayem. Funeral Saturday Look Alikes: Jose Torres, Mrs. Sherry Orange servedas :- .

the fighter, and Earl Carroll, the county commissioner. Matron of Honor. Best man

Lenora (Tiny) Colebrooke, now Mrs.James McPenman,would was Sgt. Sammy Orange of ::8 U Ro: I N 's, .', :.

like to see rotund Johnny Davis of Opa-locka. Most dapper Chickosha Okla.

policeman in Dade County: The.suave and natty Capt LeslieW. ,
The bride was a 1964 grad
Perkins of the Miami Police Department. '
uate of Miami Northwesternand : ; : \
attended Lan g s too Uni- ) ,I \ SEPTEMBER '
,. THE WEEK'S WASH: Louise Sims and Benny; McCa headed Oklahoma rt.'d i > .I
versity Langston '
11for th altar And the Theodore Gloria .
1M Friday(Sept 26) .". ( ) where she graduate cum laude .\ !\ l/'
Mitchells recent merger gets its reception Saturday (Sept 27) with a B.A. degree in historyand \ 'I' 4. :1

Sybil Johnson took time out last Sunday to show off her ,
Education. She is a me m-
little grandarling Sybil Gabrielle while scooting about in her .
ber of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
new Toyota. Baby Sybil (named after her) is the daughter of Inc. .

the Joseph (Juanita Johnson) Whlttieds. Muhammad Mosque (1LO11M
The a 1964 graduate
#29 is going all out to boost its every-Sunday lecture groom,

series scheduled for the Tribe's Seventh Avenue Temple. .

Florida Memorial College students are' being wooed to the ,

lecturers with the offer! of bus and other seductive services.

STUFF AND SUCH: That Pentecost Revival series,conducted -. fjunliy eJ JUP' )

by Sis. Barbara Bennan of Nassau which began on Sept 21 FINANCI LCt

in Ceiitervllle Church ofGod(2746NW51St) will terminate on

October 3 Jane Lewis sporting a '69 'Yellow Bird' Chevvy PROTECTION) -

as transportation to her new assignment at Miami Jackson .
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senior high. ? ButJimmyDixonof Jimmy's Interior Decora- PolicyMJ? Uuatiom Aimmi by I

tors chose a '69 Mark ni Continental In which to do his town On Htaltb Inatnua Iiutitutt. 377 .; ':!
Park Avt., N. Y.. N. Y., 10017
Belafonte 'i\\; .'
scoot-abouts. Lena Horne and Harry doing terrific I\

biz at Cezars palace in Vegas Gold-toothed RaymondMr Q. I was recently married and J1
until hadn't thought It wastoo
( Wonderful Kemp in competitive bid for the Liberty.City Important now to have hospital p

l.' 15th Avenue shoe-cleaning, beer and snack biz. Insurance.wife and But am now thinking that I about havea big savings on every floor ::1

SCRATCH MY BACK:According to the Edward Pecks of 1788 future responsibilities ai a father,
I think we need to have ,some
NW 65th St, a community effort's goal is about to be reachedby protection. What should I all/ the store '

the WillingWorkersClub LibertyCity. And accordingto look for? savings over
Miamians visiting the nation's capitol, Dr Aaron Kinche of j 1
Washington's South Dakota Avenue is rated the,city's most- P1191201HOSPITAL I J'. ?

proficient molar extractor and dental surgeon. Look for CHARGE! \ \' ... < ..
/ PinBrad(Archie Pinder..Richard Bradley)Printing and Offset :
J\ to resume its former tag of Pinder's Printing any marquee ... "V.1; ;, ;; accessories '<: ; >,;,,;\ I( ;;. I ., '':H .I

';.. time, now Tommy Davis' wife Dorothy's mother Mrs. A. One 'of the most Important \ I:.',- ) ....'.
things to check in a hospital )
Louise Moss passed Monday. policy is the amount allowed for :. .. :.'
'' your daily room and board bill. +I.. '.'',x'.' l children'sapparel ,; k ; I
SWEETS TREATS: Congrats to the Ellis K. McCants' 16- This part 'of the policy pays toward : \ ., .; ;
,' year-old Bernard D., a recent graduate of Rochester,N. Y.'s the room, meals, routine :,' > ,: Monroe High June 21) .. receiving a 4-year academic scho- nursing; and other services. Because -' \ """ '' V
( dally rates vary from area \:. men's furnishings W A
larship Albany State University in Albany,NY plus a $1,000 I to area it Is Important to know
'I i grant-in-aid scholarship from the Ralph Bunche Foundation if the rates allowed In the policyare

v-. '. It's another' boy for the Lloyd (Pam Pinder) Chisms of charges: adequate In your In city.terms of hospital home furnishingsmisses' :

Richmond Heights. The 6-weeks-old Mt Sinai arrival is their Another Important thing to '; ,K, 'vfr'k '

second and they tagged him Greg.Their first is Lloyd AnthonyJr check is the number of days in the "' *, .,,, ," '!"'** \ v "X'" '

Incidentally, gramps and granny Pinder (The Archibald hospital the policy will pay for. hi "' ;":i m: \" ,'
. In most cases 90 days of hos- \ : women's fashions, ,;
returned home from Nixonvllle D. C.
Srs), recently italizatlon at the rate equal to .. '"/ ,
where they visited their oldest Ferreclta Turner and hubby local hospital charges for a semiprivate .' .. '" ..<'"'.

Abraham (a Capitol Hill cop) and their grandears Kimberlyand room" Is adequate. .: fashions ',
junior ,. .
Christie, a recent arrival. ., .
A section of health '
Q. my new ,' 11'j\ : .
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Jimmy Lucas' mother had her Insurance policy provides that my 'i\; : 1 ,, ,/ :
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wife will be paid a certain amountIf ; .
week in New York City after a year's Injury .
leg amputated last I should die following an ae- '- :

from a fall Add Birthdays In September: Cyril Dean ,ddental Injury. rm, wondering j .* .' /, '. /1' '. '. '

8th Naomi Butler 21st Shenna Brown, Catherine If.there's some limit on the time 'J

". Newbold 22nd ". Nettie Bethel, Hilda Watkins 23rd *-. that,tan and elapse death?between the accident ,,.?1':;.,':: (I! .. : downtown' miami ,, _..1. ':
> t <' i i :
Sharna Davis, Deborah Gardner Lillie Willis 24th Al- A. There Is, but the length of Xw"; (v \'' .'. .. .
bertha Duncombe John Ralph, Darryl Shaw Cathy Sims,, time varies from company to .' :,.J r '.r westland I I y .

.. Elijah Childs Chas Williams, Robert Saunders 25th company and policy to policy.. : ,
Williams' Pauline Johnson, George Thompson,Miriam Most policies provide that the ft. :lauderdale west palm beach '
Moses death must be within 90 days of .. ,...... aI.
Spratling, Rudolph Ferguson Charlie James Brown, Rutha the accident unless the Insured .. "f': ;i' ,t :t' ". ,S

\ Mae Mobley Alva F. Price,Homer Thompson,Michelle Evans person has been ,totally disabled. ': I "
during that time. I"" "
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 26, 1969 dd.......
History Of The. Negro fr-;::::;: :::::::::;::::::::::::::::::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;

I I In America Published !! Hialeah Heights Civic Club f

"'With' the publication of The tions in all areas American I II IIi
Chronological History of the life, and the unbending black Gets Donation

Negro' In America. of the ..
one struggle from the first slave :i:; ::
battlers that for so long has uprising to the present. v'.
Las Thursday night the Model City Governing Board
restricted of black
our study Thoroughly indexed for easy
Hialeah Heights Civic Club received for assistance.Since then
history and culture In America reference the Chronological.
a $400 donation from Sears from Northside, Lind-
has been removed. For the History of the Negro in
Dr. Demarco of Family Finance sey Lumber, Dade County
first time events, ideas,laws, America destroys false
and State Represen- Parks, EOPLprivatenurs-
legislation and literature that, stereotypes about the pastand
tative Dubin and Drs. Dubin, eries and companies, inter-
until now, have either been obscured restores a vital balance to
after reading In the news- ested citizens and Vista
or left in historical our historical understanding. i,
paper and speaking to Dr. Volunteers have donated
limbo are brought together inc ,
Flutcheson from the Browns- swings, jungle gyms, lumber, 3 4_ )
single volume
Peter O$ M. Bergman and MortN. Final PerformanceOf ville Improvement Associa- cement, trees, grass etc. $ A r
tion and finding out how the
Bergman have culled together The Community Tot Lot is
residents of that area totallyon '
,an impressive compen- The PICRic located at 3061 NW 58th St., '
their own decided to makea .. k
dium of articles and information it measures 40 x 128 feet.
about the Black Man from Saturday, Sept. 27, at 2 p.m. community tat lot, since
there is The volunteers and the
recreational facility
no Vista '
1492 when Pedro Alonzo Ninois will be the final performanceof ;
for children in thearea. community residents meet at
thought to have arrived with "The Picnic," a Pied Piper
Mrs. Eufaula Frazier the the Tot Lot every Saturday at
Columbus, to the protest Playhouse Chldren's Theatre
clubs president headed the 9 a.m. to contlnue.worklnguntuft M
movements of today. Film and Live Theatre Pro
Charting almost five cen- duction. project after Rev. Cullough is completed, and on
donated the lot so that the Thursday nights they met at ,
turies of hstory, the Chronological The new young actors ap-
children could use It as a play the Brownsville Neighborhood
History of the Negroin pearing in the film are pre- I
Center to continue with that Flip Wilson Named Top ComicFlip
America reveals the whiteman's sented'on stage, in a musical area.Mrs.
Frazier asked Mrs. and other projects that they
Proceeds from the final -
attitudes toward
shifting revue.

Josefina H a r vin from the think the community needs. Wilson,who stars in his several characters involved.
the black, the numerous performance will go to the
first television special on NBC The special which Is entirely
outstanding black contribu- Lighthouse for the Blind.
September 22, was namsd best sponsored by pep s i-Cola

comic of the year by the Negro Company, gives audiences

I The New Island Club lounge' Broadcastors Association across the country an op-
Les Stenos Award $300 ScholarshipLes NATRA, at their recent con- portunity to see and hear Flip

-- uate of' Miami Carol City Sr. Proudly PresentsSIX vention in Washington, D.C. at his best. He brings a brilliant -
Flip received the Golden Mike list of stars to the show as
High School was In the upper NIGHTS WEEKLY 9:30: UNTIL? Award which last went to
10% of her class which had year guests, Including Jonathan::

542 members Her conduct, Bill Crosby. Winters, Arte Johnson and as

citizenship, attitude and academic Flip's success, which has special guest, Andy Williams
Frank placed him among the top
record are of a superb Jackie De Shannononeof
of entertainers
nature and her efforts follow group Negro ,
most of
Is the result of more than adoz- popular the new wave
the same pattern with a strong Williams1New of
singer-composers is
en years of study and hard ,
desire and interest in busi-
also the
on special singing a
painstaking work. A thinking
ness. Beverly Is one of seven
number from one of her gold
children of Mr. and Mrs.John I New All StarRocketeers comedian, Flip considers his records.
Allen Williams r : forte is story telling. He prepares

Les Stenos congratulatesMiss his own material,developing Wilson who will be seen as

Beverly A. Williams, his famous stories a guest on a number of the top.

Steno Noel Cobb, president, from an idea or a phrase then rated shows of.the season, is a

Steno Ethel Smith, secretary. polishing, changing and per guest on "Bob Hope Special,"
fecting It until It becomes a Immediately before his own

complete narrative often with show.
Stenos (secretary's) of OPEN

Dade County presented Miss 1:4a

Beverly A. ,Williams ,with a Little Beaver MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

$300 scholarship to attend MI- 4 Stxtotienol Units I "
ami Dade Junior College, "AFTER THE BALL Sing his latest hits MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY I

north campus, to pursue an WAS OVER" Saadia Records INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE AND APPRE- ,

education In the field of business Plus "MONICA' THING" CIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. THEY
for the Fall semester,

1969.Miss Williams,a June grad- . Sunday Fri.-Sat.- -Big All Jam Star Session Show, 7:30 until? PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI! l

Monday Bobby Marshall's Talent Show

Cash, Cash Prizes

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if HORRO Thursday Ladies Night Cash Prizes lIB..tI.[' NOW SHOWING .

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday... September 26. 1969 9

Brothers Cleared In Assault ChargeTwo Austin and SAN Mrs.Williams ANTONIO Earl ,Williams=son- Airman of Mr.of

4780 NW 31st Court. Miami,
brothers accused of their way into the auto. has completed basic trainingat

rape were acquitted Tuesdayin Lackland AFB, Tex He has
Dade County Circuit Court. She said they were forcedto "Any you where wont' In to the 90"world been assigned to Keesler AF0,

drive to the bank of a South Miss., for training in the administrative
Willie Foster 32, of 1410 Dade canal, and that while she rlcKlTh' tafT field. Airman

NW 52nd St., and Lonnie Fos- was being raped twice her NO MORE 4T Williams is a graduate of Miami -
.cJ' 16Y DAVE tIONDU ter, 2'1. of 6201 NW 17th Ave., friend jumped into the canal Jackson High School:

were found innocent by & juryof and swam to safety, The vic- .
11 men and one woman,who tim later identified the Foster -

considered the case for four brothers as her attackers.The TZdfLahOOEfa"Y.ur

An article In the Miami Times last week informed you of hours and 45 minutes. Neighborhood Travel! el4u.GPiJZ ,

the case of the landlords trying to break the building codes of Agents"
the City of Miami. They feel that building and zoning laws The alleged victim a 27- defense, claiming mis- tT A (I t Jl4eJ
'anda As near to you as your
are too high Well let me tell you how high they are: For an efficiency year-old woman, said she taken identity, presented telephone. Give us a coil ---.-.--------
apartment there is only 400 square feet of living space girl friend were getting into testimony that Willie Foster WE DELIVER. 7543517. By Marjorie Marsh
their car 'near the Universityof was home and his brother 4105 NW 7th Avenue
for bedroom
required; a one apartment only 550 square feet With prices going up, up,
Miami on June 14 Lonnie at work at the time the Chat. C. North Manager
of living space; for a two bedroom apartment only 650 square campus up, so many of you have writ-
feet of living space, and for every bedroom thereafter, you 19&8, when three men forced crime was committed.:: ten to me for advice on how
to buy for home.Wouldn't .
add 100 feet of living But the is WhatIs properly your
square space. question
: -- --------- it be nice if I could
living space? Does that mean Just the bedrooms? No. I am go shopping with every one of
told that any room that can be closed off and slept in is livings you!
the federal 150 Of course I can't, but here
ce. O.K., so government requires square
are four to make
ways sure
feet of living space: for the head of the household; 100 square Y that you'll receive all your dol-
feet for the second person In the household 75 feet of liv- lars worth.
ing for each person thereafter who lives in the apartment: Take your time. A good
sand this is actual living space which does not count !Z'z salesman won't rush.you into
making a purchase, even at
the kitchen bathroom dining area,closets.The catch in build- sale time. He'll probably even
ing these days Is to say that you don't know how many people ask that you bring along your
will occupy the apartment,so you build onan idea that you will husband if it's a major pUr-
chase like sofa
a or carpet that
only have so many people on so'many: square feet of living you're looking at. That good

space. salesman wants you to recom-
mend him to all your friends.
But is this what happens as in the case of the HUD and Little '. Buy at a'reputable retailer. -
HUD projects around 22nd Street between the expressway and That usually means onewho's

third avenue. For instance there are some bedrooms in those munity been for a a part while of now.your com-

three bedroom apartments that you could get a single bed and a Look for brand names and
dresser in and don't try to turn around. Don't have too many symbols, like the Woolmark,
clothes, or you won't have anyplace to put them. And there are that you see advertised in
magazines and television.
no telling how many people will stay in one apartment with These people have on invested ,so
three bedrooms. Five? How can we tell until we have built 'F'J much money in their good
another slum to replace the ones that these people were taken .Faw ; name that it's bad business for
out of? Upstairs and downstairs. ..the only difference is that them if you don't think it's a
good name, too
there are no tree story places there.. no air-conditioning Don't miss out on special
? ? ? Very little space between apartments and I wish 1 sales of major furnishings.
somebody would straighten me out UI am wrong. but this 1,8I Once or' twice a year most
is how looks to me and I measured it, with my own little tape shops sell remnants of carpets
E discontinued lines at great
measurer I'I -....-...,.W.__.;.;; -_ savings. Look for the Wool-
mark of quality on the back as
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Carolyn Hall Bird Trainer For Busch GardensKelly a guide. Ask about the floor
models of furniture at sale
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Robert Young Best has an unusual job to say the least. He is a Bird Trainer for An- time. A good cleaning is usual

VIP OF THE WEEK: Flip Wilson.(Hope, you,saw his special'Monday heuser-Bush, Inc. Busch Gardens in Tampa. ly all that an upholstered piece
night) needs. And as for the scratcheson
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Mary Moore Mr, Best is shown with Dawn Wells, known to millions: of telev/ons viewersas that table well you'd
Mary.Ann on the Gilligan Island TV Mr. Best probably collect some of your:
program. participates in the own in a few months time.
> QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Urb L'eague's big> affair Busch; GardensfBird',Show seven times a day the year around and about 500 For a free Carpet Buying )
is shaping' beautifully/01 tap already for the October Guide write to Dept. MM, The
12th up people attend each show, Buscfi; Gardens is Florida is number one tourist attraction Wool Bureau, {ne", 360 Lexington -
Everglades Hotel are Phyllis Branch Wally Futch',Little
Avenue New York >
; Della Humphrey (compliments of Jackie Corbett); FrankDu- and more than two and one-quarter million people vis tied the Gardens last 10017. ;

bois' group, Billy Cheers Saspirilia Mae with more to come. year.
Get your tickets now and enjoy a wonderful show as well as
give a helping hand to this fine organization. '

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Jessie Stinson is president of the group. Mrs. Finis "
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Harold Oliver and Mrs. Marie Carl, director of EOPI. .

Pretty Maxine Cohen daughter of Jean and Morris Cohen at .j

Southern Farm Market, off to college in Michigan. a lovely 'H
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there, readers! What's happening! I know you'vebeenaware )
of the many things that hare been happening in this past Pj11))

week. There have been exciting parties, dances, and football
games going on all week. For instance, on Thursday night, '
Edison Red Raiders slaughtered MiamiSprings with a score of L t'r
14-6. On Friday night, Jackson beat North Miami 21-6, Kil-
lian ran over Palmetto 16-8, and Coral Gables won over
Northwestern Bulls with a shut out score of 21-0. The people

who saw these games last week will definitely agree with me
when I say that they were some of the most thrilling and exciting twY1 Fr
games ever played. The cheers of" got the fever,
we're hot, and can't be stopped," were screamed and yelled J ifl

throughout the stands. k,, h
Mx" Y y r 5 .h s sI
On the same night as the Northwestern-Coral Gables'game r +
another game was being played Curley vs South Dade. I YI'V'p.1 1 5 { ,

know, most of you have heard different stories and views on
the incident which happened) at Harris field in Homestead. I _ Y YwW''i

have read the newspapers and have listened to the news on t _
radio and television and still I have not heard anyone give

after actual,the self-experienced game Friday night.facts about I am what a cheerleader occurred during for Arch-and Sod 'ButUi 0// ik Meek I I Ii l\\

bishop Curley High School. I was present at the South Dadevs

Curley game that night and I can give you a first hand Impartial Our soul brotherthis week is Tab Bennett, SOME SNEAK POURED PUNCH IN THE

account on what really happened. the bruising lineman who starred at Miami / *
I arrived at the game at exactly 8:00 to a crowd of 5000. The Northwestern last year. Tab left last week WHISK

game got off to a good start. The Curley team was playing to for the University of Illinois on .a football .
an audience of approximately of their fans and the South -
scholarship.to .
Dade team was playing to a crowd which filled the rest of the
stands on both sides of the field.The ten Curley cheerleaders Rwadlei9lets

(nine of whom are white), were spread across the outside be animalistic and inhuman, and how the blacks from South i'i'OGUs
boundaries of the gridiron next to the players on the bench- Dade should be severely punished for rioting out there that '

screaming their hearts out to stands of South Dade and Curley night. Can you believe this? ( It did not occur to them that the
fans. On the other side of the gridiron the 15 South Dade whites were behaving like savages out there Friday night). 4
cheerleaders (twelve of whom are white), were yelling loud $
and hard to their crowd of black and white Rebels. How sick I felt as I stood directly above them listening to

them say these things. They were so enraptured with what BY BRENDA WASHINGTONAs
During the first quarter everything seemed to be going fine. standing
they were discussing until theydidn'trealizethatl was
The Knights made a 14 yard run fora touchdown and the conversion -'
there. When they finally looked up and saw their little black I sat down begin writing,Ifound I was unusually happy.
made.The then stood 7-0.The and
was score vigorof
pep cheerleader, their black classmate, their black friend, they There's so much to everyone-why,I can remember when
both teams were truly grand. The second quarter caught
were shocked to the extent that their mouths flung open. I was my phone seemed a little isolated, but now it's only a matterof
of us by surprise in South Dade made a
many many ways.
'*6 horrified, disgusted, so disappointed, and most of all so minutes before a ring. Or maybe,distant footsteps preceding -
touchdown and made a run for 2 extra points. At this time the
terribly hurt, that I just walked away. They immediately fol- the knock on my door. My am I enjoying myself.
team hands the 8-7 in favor
winning changed as score appeared -
lowed me and began giving ms this bit about how "they felt yesterday, I was going over some small talk when we hit
of the South Dade Rebels During this quarter, a fight be-
even closer to me now than before because of the incident an interesting subject. Let me share it with you. It seems
tween a white and black broke out. A crowd of approximately
which happened that night." What a bunch of useless, meaningless Mrs. Vernlce Ross is venturing out again; this,tima it's to
300 people ran over to see what was going on and to Join in
worthless words. Just two hours before Iheld within me start Mrs. Ross
a "Richmond Height's Community Chorus.
the disorder. I do not know what started' this first fight and Idon't
the feeling of total unbiased love for all and there they had tri- formally sponsored Midget Chorus(now the Rossetts)wantsto
think most of the little kids or adults who were down
there fighting knew either. The policemen approached the dis- ed to shatter it. invite all teenagers to her home at 5:00 to form a gospel

ordered group, took out their clubs, beat a few heads, and When someone throws that punch at you,you may get knocked chorus. Formally, I was Introduced to a very talented young
broke the fighting up. A few moments later the attention was down but for God's sake- if at all possible- you've got man, Larry Walker, who will be assisting Mrs.Ross with the
drawn to the west side of the stands, where whites stood with to try to get up again. I Just like thousands of people- black chorus as organist With Mrs Jewel Bethel assisting as pi-

big, red and white Rebel flags flapping in the wind. I saw at and white, men and women, young and old- learned a lot last anoist. Much has been planned for the chorus, as televisionand
least ten of those huge flags and about 50 small ones being Friday night. We need harmony, understanding, and love. radio programs. Mr. Walker couldn't stress the need
waved around. There was some exchanging of dirty looks, filthy Everybody has got to try harder. lam not trying to tell you to enough for male vocalist in tenor' and bass department, but
insults, and bard blows between blacks and whites,men and turn the other cheek. I am aot telling you to bow down to anyone word has gotten around and Misses Edith Ambrister, Madelyn

women. Once again the policemen stepped in and controlledthe I am not saying that you should let people run over you. Sanders, Gwendolyn Jenkins, Sara Blakr, Gwendolyn Ross,
crowd, and it seemed as though the crowd controlled a All I am saying is "Give Peace a chance." Patricia Buich, Shelia Brown, and Patricia Jones, came as

couple of them, too. altos with soprano vocalist Carolyn Johnson, Ernestine Rob-
JUST A LITTLE BIT OF NEWS inson and Veda Brown. This week's set date is Friday, Sept.
During half time things had pretty well calmed down. The Last Saturday Sharon Dyes had a Bake Sale at Bonded 26 at 14901 Monroe Street.

third quarter came up fast and before we knew it we had begun Rental Agency Some of the groovin' popcorns there were It looks as though we are steady losing our older, yet younger -

the fourth quarter. Although the game was exciting, there Denise Benbross, Regina Davis, Gail White, Priscilla La- set. In the past week male Mobley, Cary Collins, Morris
seemed to be more action in the stands with black and white verity Gary Range, George Forbes. Charles McArthur, and Anderson and Betty Swain left for Tenn. Ail, while William
South Dade Rebels fighting it out than on the field. It was South Henry Day. Johnson and Lawanta Lassiter drove to Winter Park to fulfill

Dade vs South Dade, whites beating blacks, blacks beating their last year at Rollins.
whites, and police beating both races. My God, how horrid The this year's
Get The Miami Times garden club has gotten off to a good start and
chairman is Mrs. Oscar is the time to con-
Jefferson Now
At the end of the game -- with South Dade whining over
gratulate the winners of the Lawn of the Month. You know,
to the
Curley 147the Curley Knights' coach came up
By Mail grooming of the lawn is a family project and it seems at 10515
cheerleaders and told us to follow the players. At that time
SW 145th Terrace Mr., and Mrs. Robert Bently (Julia) has
outside of the fence crowds and crowds of people continued to
done just that
fight and continued to be fought and beat by the police, while
inside the boundaries of the gridiron players and cheerleaders Every Week For $5.00IYMIL The Cougars have done it again, our freshmen and soph-

from South Dade and Curley stood, kneeled, and sat in a harmonious mores, have come together to form our Junior varsity team
and it formed a score of 30 over the defeated Coral Gables.
group, which seemed to exist only In this small fenc.
ed off area which we occupied.. GEVUc And Killlan has more Cougars to back them up, our varsity
team made a sure victory of 16 to the panthers of Palmetto
Thirty minutes went by and the sounds of people scream- YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE 8, and just to think the seasonis'just beginning:

Ing and shouting and the yelps of police car and ambulance 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-374 Scouting Troop 857 tells me that we are still blessed with
sirens had nearly stopped. We walked out of the gates in com- Mrs. Pratt as leader with Richmond Heights Women's Clubas
plete silence to wait for the team. We waited and waited until sponsors, And to start our season there will be breakfastat
only the distant sounds of car horns andpolice whistles could 7:30 at the Pancake House expense paid. Wa are inviting
now be heard. A dream ended and a nightmare come true. all grls from 10 12th grades to join us at breakfast but all
While waiting, ,I walked around and began to remember the must be members by joining with registration and insurance
game Curley played against South Dade last year. I remembered paid for. For further information contact Mrs. Gerald Prattat
being spat on and being called "nigger" by the Rebel a 13930 Monroe Street 235-4863 this Saturday.

cheerleaders in 1968. remembered seeing Confederate flags Still there are more scouts off, this time it's Cub Scouts
waving through the air and hearing the song "Dixie" sung by who are being sponsored by the EpiscopalChurchof the Acen-
: whites, who wore big grins and who carried small Confederate sion with Will la n Pickelsasf a ther.The chairman John
I flags in their hands that flapped in the wind in rhythm :with the Hatcher and scout master Gerald Pratt want all interested
I, music. To me, seeing a Confederate flag is worse than seeinga boys from"ages 8 -"10 to Join them at a cook-out this Satur-
Nazi flag. Both are symbols of slavery, dictatorship, and day at the church.

racism. Just the presence of a Rebel flag is incitement to HOMER HUMPHREY Owner Get well wishes to Mrs. Jessie Johnson of 14380 Carver
disorder. I think those who brought those flags asked for and Avenue who has been hospitalized at Baptist for pneumonia.
started trouble. DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS Deepest sympathy to the Collins family. Mr. HarryColllns of

14741 Filmore Street lost his grandmother Thursday. Services
I had been walking for about 15 minutes and I decided thatI FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY will be held in Sanford on the 28th.
would go back and sit with my white classmates. As I approached "The day drifts
away slowly, the sun sets and the new day
four of them who were sitting on the grass, I beard MON. THUR SAT..9 AM-9 PM SUN. 1 TO 5 PM dawns, the memories linger and the times, will always tell

them discussing how they considered all "colored people" '\ Its only you Benjamin Franklin"

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South Dade NewsBethel

Baptist Church, co-chairman is Mrs. FloraM.
d with'BUTTER'- 14440 Lincoln Blvd., Rich- GIbbs, Rev. Oscar W.West
mond Heights, will observe is the pastor.
their annual Women's Day
Sunday. The dynamic Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Grover, died I
W. K. Smith will speak for the at her home Saturday.She was
y MILTON "BUTTERBALL" SMITH an active memBer of Mt.Sinai _
morning service, while the in-
spiring Mrs L. E. Thomas Baptist Church of Perrine and \1
will be sadly missed by mem- c
will speak for the 6 p.m. ser-
So people ask when trouble S
many comes from our young \
bers and the
especially youthof
vice. The is Invited to
one's "What in the world's wrong" when 14, IS, 16 and 17 year public
the church with whom she
old kids turn to such violence as robbery and murders?" worship with us. The chair- It \ L ri1S
man is Mrs. Mamie Howard
How: do they obtain the guns to commit such cromes? Whereis
the parental supervision? What has happened to there teach-
ing in our schools? Where has the community failedThese 000000000000000000000000 OOOOB00000BO jLS I
are Just few of the many questions that comfrontthe
American citizens.Let Wall To Wall CEP TwinsBennye ::1
me try to answer a few of these questions. As I see it,
first of all I personally don't believe in killing of any type andI Whittiker age 29, is Miss A lease Johnson of
certainly don't believe in breaking the law. However there is married and the mother oftwo 20901 NW 32nd Avenue, hails
so much violence surrounding us that the young kids of today beautiful daughters. She is a to us from Lynchberg,Vir..
think in those terms. Lets lookata 15 or 16 year old black kid Soul Music native of Los Angeles California ginia. Miss Johnson is a 1959
in Miami today. Chances are he was born when his father was graduate of Campbell County
in the Korean war or: in services; by the time he reached five Bennye graduated from High School. She has also at-
his daddy was trying to get a Job,right out of service, and all Banning High School in Los tended Phillips Business Col-
he heard was about the war and how hard it was to'get a good Angeles, California. ,She has lege ,and Miami-Dade Junior
Job., If he Is a m e mb e r of a family of four or more, chancesare also attended Los Angeles City College.
his mother works and when she comes home all the talk is College and Santa Monica City
about how hard she has worked and how little pay she gets. College. She was previously employed -
Before coming to this area by Economic Opportunity,
How white,men or women have everything and they have no- a.
Bennye was ,employed by CapeKennedy Program of Dade County, as
thing. Wheq dad comes home,the conversation< concerns high ,and Los Angeles ,clerk typist in the personnelDepartmenf.
prices and low wages, plus long hours. The high price of foo4' .County,as a ward clerk. She At present glib
and rent, and payment on the T.V.,the stove, refrigerator, etc. DlifIYIDIU 1490 I is presently a 'member of the '1$ secretary to Mrs. Eugenia
When he reaches the age of 10 and 12 he is listening to the Rap CEP family In the position of Thomas,'coordinator of Employment
Brown and Stokely, Carmichaels are saying, let's fight for Soul/ Radio"100000000090OOQOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOQOQOCt Job coach. Preparation for,the
what we want and even kill for what we should have had years Her hobbies include swim- Concentrated Employment
ago. This is the age when he begins to see so many beautiful ming and reading., Program.
things on T.V., in books and magazines that he would like to :X'
have. A better home than his mother and father, had, a better
Job. And he is looking for a better future.

But at 10 and 12 he may not realize this, all he knows is that
his mother and father have so little, his grandmother and
grandfather had so little, and there are others so close to him
that have so much. Thus anger from anger becomes hate.
There are so many activities a boy of 10 and 12 can busy
himself with, if he has incentive. There are so many black
youth in our community that stay in school go on to collegeand
become first class citizens. However there are many.kidsthat
are not college material.The .
community, the parents, the city fathers, yes and even
the kids themselves, need to be prepared for something betterin
life. And in order to bet t e r prepare him we need better
schools. (Vocational well as academic) more and better \
programs and activities in the community.'A .. .A "' d- '/
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happy, busy kid won't have time to hate i' And it's up to us I ', 1
to keep our young ones as busy and as happy as possible.It .
is up to us to give him an incentive, something to look up ", .;
to. Because when he reaches 15 and 16 and has a gun in his handit
is difficult then to tell him what's right and what's wrong because -
he is already set in his way. No one can tell him a thing.

There is an old saying that I once heard that goes like this: StFon'
"When I was 15 my father was so dumb, by the time I reached
211 realized he had some s ens e;when I became 35 I began to
see how dumb I really was."
Let's do everything we canasl-Mentsandleaders in our
community to teach our young ones love and understanding.Let's .
try to teach them to live with other people in order to obtain -

a better future.A .t
child is not born with'hate, they have to be taught. Don't
pass your hatred on to your children matter who you are. It' L" 3JA S
seems as if we are going to have to live together,on this earthso
let's try to mike it a better place for our children and '
grandchildren '
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Hello there, readersl What's happening! I know
aware of the many things that have been happening In
week. There have been exciting parties, dances, and i 4J
games going on all week. For Instance, on
Edison Red Raiders slaughtered Mia ml Springs with a -
14-6. On Friday night, Jackson beat North Miami
llan ran over Palmetto 16-8, and Coral Gables --
Northwestern Bulls with a shut out score of 210. --
who saw these games last week will definitely agree fig J rv a / --

when I say that they were some of the most thrilling ,
citing games ever played. The cheers of" 'vegot _J
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we're hot, and can't be stopped," were screamed Y ;
> throughout the stands. ; :4s I" A) {yy'

On the same night as the Northwestern-Coral ,Fcx. lv
another game was being played Curley vs !
know, most of you have heard different stories and 't
the incident which happened at Harris field in
have read the newspapers and have listened to the
radio and television and still have not beard

after actual,the self-experienced game Friday night facts about I am what a cheerleader occurred 'Zwtki 0/j fa Week iIr-I

bishop Curley High School. I was present at the
vs Curley game that night and I can give you a first brotherthis week is Tab Bennett, SOME SNEAK POURED PUNCH_ IN THE
partial: account on what really happened. lineman who starred at Miami *
I arrived at the game at exactly 8:00 to a crowd of last year. Tab left last week
game got off to a good start. The Curley team was of Illinois on ,a football QTl4. Oft fL ft4+raQiESS
audience of 100 of their fans and
an approximately --'-
Dade team was playing to a crowd which filled the .
stands on both sides of the field. The ten Curley Rki'wid,1Iu9kU
(nine of whom are white), were spread across the and inhuman, and how the blacks from South
boundaries of the gridiron next to the players on severely punished for rioting out there that
screaming their hearts out to stands of South Dade believe this? ( It did not occur to them that the
tins On the other side of the gridiron the 15 like savages out there Friday night). ?
cheerleaders (twelve of whom are white), were ;QCfa -
and hard to their crowd of black and white Rebels. felt as r stood directly above them listening to
things. They were so enraptured with what BY BRENDA WASHINGTON
During the first quarter everything seemed to be until they didn't realize that I was stand-
The Knights made a 14 yard run for a touchdown and
they finally looked up and saw their little black As I sat down to begin writing, found I was unusually happy.
version was made.The score then stood 7-0.The
black classmate, their black friend, they There's so much to everyone-why, I can remember when
of both teams The second
were truly grand.
the extent that their mouths flung open. I was my phone seemed a little isolated, but now it's only a matter,
of us by surprise In South Dade
many many ways. :
so disappointed, and most of all so of minutes before distant
a ring. Or maybe, footsteps preced-M
touchdown and made a run for 2 extra points. At this
team hands the that I just walked away. They immediately fol- ing the knock on my door. My am I enjoying myself.
winning changed as score appeared
began giving tea this bit about how "they felt Yesterday, I was going over some small talk when we hit
of the South Dade Rebels. this
vor During quarter, a .
to me now than before because of the Incident an interesting subject. Let me share I it with It seems .
tween a white and black broke out. A crowd of you.
300 people ran over to see what was going on and people"a that night." What a bunch of useless, meaning- Mrs. Vernice Ross is venturing out again, this.tim> it's to i
words. Just two hours before Iheld within me "
start a "Richmond Height's Chorus. Mrs. Ross
the disorder. I do not know what started this first Community
don't think most of the little kids or adults who unbiased love for all and there they had tri- formally sponsored the Midget Chorus(now the Rossetts)wantsto

there fighting knew either.,The policemen approached invite all teenagers to her home at 5:00 to form a gospel
) ordered group, took out ,their clubs, beat a few throws that punch at you,you may get knock chorus. Formally, I was introduced to a very talented young
broke the fighting up. A few moments later the God's sake- if at all possible you've got man, Larry Walker, who will be assisting Mrs.Ross with the u
) drawn to the west side of the stands, where whites again. I Just like thousands of people... black chorus as organist. With Mrs. Jewel Bethel assisting as pi-
big, red and white Rebel flags flapping in the wind. and women, young and old- learned a lot last anoist. Much has been planned for the chorus, as televisionand
I least ten of those huge flags and about 50 small We need harmony, understanding, and love. radio programs. Mr. Walker couldn't stress the need
waved around. There was some exchanging dirty got to try harder. Iamnot trying to tell you to enough for male vocalist In tenor and bass department, but
thy Insults, and hard blows between blacks and whites, cheek. I am lot: telling you to bow down to any- word has gotten around and Misses Edith Ambrister, Madelyn
saying that you should let people run over you. Sanders Jenkins Sara Blakr Ross
women. Once again the policemen stepped in and Gwendolyn Gwendolyn ,
the crowd, and it seemed as though the crowd Is "Give Peace a chance." Patricia Butch, Sheila Brown, and Patricia Jones, came as
couple of them, too. altos with soprano vocalist Carolyn Johnson, Ernestine Rob-
BIT OF NEWS inson and Veda Brown. This week's set date is Friday, Sept.
During half time things had pretty well calmed Sharon Dyes had a Bake Sale at Bonded 26 at 14901 Monroe Street.

third quarter came up fast and before we knew it we Some of the groovln' popcorns there were It looks as though we are steady losing our older, yet younger -
gun the fourth quarter. Although the game was Regina Davis, Gail White, Priscilla La- set. In the past week Isaic Mobley, Cary Collins, Morris
seemed to be more action In the stands with black George' Forbes. Charles McArthur, and Anderson and Betty Swain left for Tenn. A&I, while William
It out than the field. It
South Dade Rebels fighting on Johnson
and Lawanta Lassiter drove to Winter Park to fulfill
Dade vs South Dade, whites beating blacks, blacks their last year at Rollins.
whites and beating both races My God, !
police The Miami Times The garden club has gotten off to a good start and this year's
At the end of the game -. with South Dade chairman is Mrs. Oscar Jefferson. Now is the time to con-
Curley 14-7 the Curley Knights' coach came gratulate the winners of the Lawn of the Month. You know,
cheerleaders and told us to follow the players. At By Mail' grooming of the lawn Is a family project and it seems at 10515
outside of the fence crowds and crowds of people SW 145th Terrace Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bently (Julia) has
fight and continued to be fought and beat by the done just that.
Inside the boundaries of the gridiron players and Week For $5.00 The Cougars have done it again, our freshmen and so- -
from South Dade and Curley stood, kneeled, and sat mores have come together to form our Junior varsity team
monious group, which seemed to exist only In this and it formed a score of 30 over the defeated Coral Gables.
ed off area which we occupied.. E DRUGS And Killlan has more Cougars to back them up, our varsity
team made a sure victory of 16 to the Panthers of Palmetto
Thirty minutes went by and the sounds of people PRESCRIPTION STORE 8, and just to think the seasonis just beginning:
ing and shouting and the yelps of police car and NW 22 Ave 691-3741 Scouting Troop 857 tells me that we are still blessed with
sirens had nearly stopped. We walked out of the gates (, ra ". Mrs. Pratt as leader with Richmond Heights Women's Clubas
plete silence to wait for the team. We waited and -.... sponsors.. And to start our season there will be breakfastat
only the distant sounds of car horns and police .It ) i\' 7:30 at the Pancake House expense paid. Wa are invitingall
now be heard. A dream ended and a nightmare i "p. .' < .<' grls from 10 12th grades to join us at breakfast but all
While waiting, .I walked around and began to must be members by joining with registration and Insurance
game Curley played against South Dade last year.I paid for. For further information contact Mrs. Gerald Prattat
ed being spat on and being called "nigger" by 13930 Monroe Street 235-4863 this Saturday.
cheerleaders in 19 remembered '
seeing Still there are more scouts off, this time it's Cub Scouts
waving through the air and bearing the song "Dixie" who are being sponsored by the Episcopal Churchof the Acen-
whites, who wore big grins and who carried small sionwlthWilllan ,P1ckelsasfatber,.The chairman J oh n
flags In their hands that flapped In the wind In rhythm Hatcher and scout master Gerald Pratt want interested
music. To me, seeing a Confederate flag Is worse tha boys from'ages 8 10 to Join them ate cook-out this Saturday -
a Nazi flag. Both are symbols of slavery, at the church

racism. Just the presence of a Rebel flag is HUMPHREY, Owner Get well wishes to Mrs. Jessie Johnson of 14380 Carver
disorder. I think those who brought those flags asked COSMETICS GREETING CARDS Avenue who has been hospitalized at Baptist for pneumonia.
started trouble. Deepest sympathy to the Collins family Mr. Harry Collins of
14741 Fllmore Street lost his Ser-
I bad been walking for about 15'minutes and I PICKUP & DELIVERY vices will be held in Sanford on the grandmother 28th
I would go back and sit with my white classmates. "The
SAT..9 AM-9 PM day drifts away slowly, the sun sets, and the new day
SUN. 1
preached four of them who were sitting on the grass, TO 5 PM dawns the
memories tell
t linger and the times, will always
hem discussing how they considered all "colored It's
only you Benjamin Franklin"

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South Dade NewsBethel
Cook in'with

Baptist Church, co-chairman is Mrs. FloraM
t 14440 Lincoln Blvd, Rich- Gibbs, Rev. Oscar W.Westis
mond Heights, will observe the pastor.
BUTTER'Jy their annual Women's Day I
Sunday. The dynamic Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Grover, died I
W. K. Smith will speak for the at her home Saturday.She was
Jy "BUTTERBALL" SMITHSo morning service, while the inspiring an active memBer) of Mt.Sinai

Mrs. L. E. Thomas Baptist Church of Perrine and 1
many people ask when trouble will speak for the 6 p.m. ser- will be sadly missed by mem- I J
comes from our younltone's
vice. The public is invited to bers and especially the youthof
"What in the world's wrong" when 14, 15, 16 and 17 year the church with whom she L\
worship with The chairman
old kids turn to such violence as robbery and murders?" us.
How do they obtain the guns to commit such,cromes? Whereis is Mrs. Mamie Howard worked.

the parental supervision? What has happened to there teach- _
ing in our schools? Where has the community failedThese .II II 00_ 0 II II II II II II o 0 JIf 000 oo ooo o so 0 Ou'I
are Just a few of the many questions that comfront the ---- --

American citizens.Let Wall To Wall CEP Twins '.
me try to answer a few of these questions. As I see it,
first of all I personally don't believe in killing of any type andI : Bennye Whittiker age 29, is Miss A lea s e Johnson of
certainly don't believe in breaking the law. However there is married and the mother of two 20901 NW 32nd Avenue, hails
so much violence surrounding us that the young kids of today beautiful daughters. She is a tousfromLynchberg.Virtginia.
think in those terms. Lets look at a 15 or 16 year old black kid Soul Music native of Los Angeles, California Miss Johnson is a 1959
in Miami today. Chances are he was born when his father was graduate of Campbell County
in the Korean war or in services; by the time he reached five Bennye graduated from High School. She has also attended
his daddy was trying get a Job,right out of service, and all Banning High School in Los Phillips Business Col-
he heard was about the war and how hard it was to get a good Angeles, California. ,She has lege ,and Miami-Dade Junior
Job., If he is a m e mb e r of a family of four or more, chancesare also attended Los Angeles City College.She .
his mother works and when she comes home all the talk is College and Santa Monica City
about how hard she has worked and how little pay she gets. College. was previously employed -
Before coming to this area by Economic Opportunity
How white*mea or women have everything and they have no-
Bennye was employed by Cape' Program of Dade
,thing. Wheq, dad comes home, the conversation< concerns high Kennedy .LosAngeles clerk typist in the Personnn'lbepartment '
prices and low wages, plus long hours. The high price of food!' 'County'as' a ward clerk. She At present slle
and rent, and payment on the T.V.,the stove, refrigerator, etc. WIIDIIVIIUDIU 1490 is presently'a'member of the Is secretary to Mrs. Eugenia'
When he reaches the age of 10 and 12 he is listening to the Rap CEP family in the position of Thomas, 'coordinator of Employment
Brown and Stokely: Carmichaels are saying, let's fight for Soul Radio o Job coach. Preparation for,the
what we want and even kill for what we should have had years Her hobbies include swim- Concentrated mploymett$
This is the when he to beautiful 000000000000000000000.?
ago. age begins see so many 10000000070 ming and reading. Program.I .
things on T.V., in books and magazines that he would like to 'x'I'
have. A better home than his mother and father had, a better
Job. And he is looking for a better future.

But at 10 and 12 he may not realize this, all he knows is that
his mother and father have so little, his grandmother and
grandfather had so little, and there are others so close to him
that have so much. Thus anger from anger becomes hate.
There are so many activities a boy of 10 and 12 can busy
himself with, if he has incentive. There are so many black
youth in our community that stay in school to go on to collegeand
become first class citizens. However there are many kids
that are not college material.
The community, the parents, the city fathers, yes and even
the kids themselves, need to be prepared something better
in life. And in order to bet t e r prepare him we need better
schools. (Vocational as well as academic) more and better

programs, and activities in the community., <.! ..S. !)If!, :' ,.. ,,,' ,1 I p ,. 'A
'A happy, busy kid won't haveUmetobateL' And it's up to us
to keep our young ones as busy and as happy as possible.It .
is up to us to give him an incentive, something to look up
to. Because when he reaches 15 and 16 and has a gun in his handit .
is difficult then to tellhim what's right and what's wrong be- Yf
cause he Is already set inhis way. No one can tell him a thing.

There is an old saying that I once heard that goes like this;
"When I was 15 my father was so dumb, by the time I reached
211 realized he had some s ens e;when I became 35 I began to
see how dumb I really was." s
Let's do everything we can as parents and leaders in our
com m unity to teach our young ones love and understanding.Let's .
try to teach them to live with other people in order to obtain -

a better future.A .
child is not born.with hate, they have to be taught. Don't
pass your hatred on to your children matter who you are. n'
seems as if we are going to have to live together,on this earthso
let's try to make it a better place for our children and -

grandchildren 'h
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Year-1970." Semi-final Judging at each of the 19 Playboy Clubs will be held ,% %S %SOINa ; es

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'to all of to your know what classmates happen? but comes when rolling the down CEP the Alumni mountain ,:.........................: ON ALL OF THE ::
Meet them *l 6 p.m. Sundayat it will form Into an avalanche
6343 NW th Ave.CEP &A.nex. .. ." Now, is your chanceto I s
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CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME I Black Oraanizc Clubs On M-D South Campus_ f 4 m H

Yep. Home. That's Dade County I I

Two black organizations pus this term. Kappa Theta bership, Miss Brown explained then a focal point of Identity.
Support The United will be active on the Miami- Delta, the female black organization was an academic average
Fund of Both black
Dade County Dide Jr. College South CamCoasttoCoast&lnHellToo" has already received of at least 2.0, and officers groups have as
its charter. Charter had to,be lull.time students, their goals: instilling a sense
member Brenda ,Brown said 'Omega Phi pi,the black fraternity of unity"among black students,
ROYAL members are mainly Afro- is a chapter of a North
American but eligibility for Campus club., bringing to students an aware-

lTRANSMISSIONS}. membership will not be basedon Charles Blakey, a charter ness of their culture and offer-
Hell, Michigan, thot .IsInternational color, creed, or national member, said he felt the club
Office' origin.A would be an asset to the black ing opportunities for involvei i

7714 Seattle Greenwood, Wo thing Avenue ton, No. 3701 NW 36 St. 635-6670 requirement for mem ,students since it would offer ment in community service.

10 Reasons Why You Should Go Royal The Young Family ; :I


According to your problems ?:: With approved credit "Social Security for YoungFamilies" Young People Are Asking tragedy of death or disability 1
GUARANTEES GOOD ANYWHERE : FREE TOWING Is one of the most About Social Security, I have should occur. The following y
Not |lust at Royal. 1 Day or night recent booklets put out by the discussed questions from questions from such persons
NO HIGH PRICED TV ADS ::: FREE nDIA" VYour Social Security Administration young, unmarried people, stu- naturally reflect an interest in 11
money goes (for parts not actors 1;: We show you what's wrong ., It should be on the family dents, and young workers in what will become of their wi1
bookshelf of every horn, Justas general who are concerned ,dows and children if
the Social Security Pro- about
You (for but : getting their money's something should happen.Q. .
pay never use :: Most models
gram Itself should be a partof worth from the program. It is My doctor told me that because -
LOCALLY OWNED & RUN CUSTOM REBUILDING the financial planning of the young worker with a grow- of my heart condition I
Internationally guaranteed :'r Adjusting Sealing every American family. ing family who stands most to may'not be able to return to
In recent columns on WhatAMERICA'S gain from the program if the work for a year or longer. Hesaid

,I should apply for my
Social Security after have ,
been off,,6 months. Should I
come in as spon as the 6 J
months are up? '
1DEI33 A. You should como in right
'now. Even through w e can't
I pay you until you have'been off
6 months, we can begin to pro
,cess your claim and have your
'check to you on time.Q. .
My doctor told ma, I might
,have to apply for disability
from Social Security. rmonly
24. We have 2 children. Pve
GREATEST been earning close to $8,000.
GYM SHOE VALUE About how much can we expectto
get from Social Security If
I have to apply?
,A. From what you say, your
benefits should be about $400a
month, close to the maximum -
Gym 'shoes for the entire 9 7 I payable under SoclalSe-
family I Boys 2H-6; Men's 6 Jill curity, since you have been
,; +$ high or low coti.
f earning over $7,000 a year,
1 ; ) the maximum amount on which
*, Reg.2.21q Social Security contributionsare

payable.Q. .
+r* ?tfa+faxk k ''1tti N t. ;Y Sr _: My wife died in 1962 leaving -
me with four small chil-
dren. I received a small pay-
ct' ment at that time to help with
the funeral bill, but was told
that I could not recieve bene-
+ MEN'S fits for the children based on
4 s .+ First my wife's work. Is this pro-
vision still in effect
TWIN & DOUBLE Quality .
A. No. This law was changed
effective February 1968, per-
BEDSPREADS IN TWO mitting payments to youforthe
children up to age 22 If
EVER-POPULAR STYLES 1' they are unmarriedandenrolled -
in full-time schooling.See .
9 { your Social Security Office
Viscose rayon tufts on cotton 9 $ \t\. I' "' ., ,t,,?, %' immediately.Q. .
all cotton chenille.
backing, or wavy I am a widow and receive
Machine washable, pre 161 disability benefits based
shrunk, needs no ironing. Choice
'y: own work record.
of white or colors, twin or full ,I my My
size. Outstanding buy at this low p r,state daughter wants, who,me, iyes to another come and

savings price! Rig. 2.91 lIye with her. I would like togo
but some friends told me
disability benefits would be

#5155 COLORFUL STORAGE CHOCOLATE COVERED stopped if I did. Is this true?
A. No, it is not true. Your disability -
f BRA'S CHERRIESJ1,41 benefits would simplybe
: sent to your new address
when you notified the Social
a Security Office of your move.Q. .
\e\- k My husband became ill 3
1,1 1 2A 1 months ago. We did not inquire

\\1 i 66Ch I about disability we both thought b e n e f he 11 would s because -

be able to return to work. Now,
I he is in the hospital and may
be there for several months.
250 COUNT MEN'SBANLONS 10 ROLLTOILET Does he have to wait until he is

25 out of the hospital before he

A. By all means,Not! Although
benefits cannot begin until the

4 /11 \.\ \1 et.. \\e9.. 67cir.tuw should 7th month get in of touch disability with,your'you

\\\L'\ ,,, 31 M a 1.31 91C Social mediately., Security A representative Office im-

of the office will visit your
husband at the hospital. ,
Your nearest Social Se-
curity Office is located at 5225
1 1 + + 1 I NW 12th Avenue in the Grand-
way Shopping Center. The
iiw Office hours are from 8:30AM
UNTIL $:30 PM Monday through
Friday. And until 7:30 PM on

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DOT MAXWELL, Journalist on Baltimor, Maryland, Aug. certainly did miss you. raise S. Hadley, Edna Stall- more, Muriel Lewis, BeverlyE. J. Ross, Lucy Mcphaul,:Har
10-15 for this 30th National See you the first SaturdayIn worth, Shirley Williams, Nixon, Juniata Lane, riett Shootes,Anna Barnes and I
One o'clock on Saturday In Convention.. They came from October. Cora A. Coleman, Iris Para- Dorothy: N.. Maxwell, Cliffonla Fannie Thurston..
an exotic red and white settingof near and'far for a week of fellowship The following sorors were ,
the Holiday Inn the Delta and work. Since the present:
Luncheon marked the initial convention was dedicated to Linnie W. Fannin, Valencia 4 e".y
meeting for this Delta Sigma the theme "One Nation,"Del- J. Williams, porothy; 'Sawyer,
Theta Sorority year. Despitethe tas shared their experiences Gloria B. Robinson; Fannie
inclement weather, in wad- 'and learned from each other Hall, Althea C. Butler, Constance -
dled those "Darling Delta resolving that "Delta Sigma Williams, Irene A.
Duck." Numerous tete-a-tete Theta Sorority deplore the ad- Williams, Thelma B. Davis,
about summer headaches,, vocation of separatism and Gwendolyn Jennings, Edna B.
happiness, and habitudes could work instead to strengthen Ammons, Eleanor J. Cole, :"
be heard as the delectablefood American democracy by im- Annette McNeal,Alice J.Hawkins > 1 r
courses were being en- plementation of executive, Judicial Hazel C. E. Wright. 'f
Joyed. and legislative actions Also Dorothy Sanford Love,
When it's fraternizing time, which unite all people into one Betty T, Ferguson, Joan P.
everyone looks to Mrs Sheba nationindivisible.." The con- Duckworth, Ann M>:Rae,
Martin, for she excels In the vention was honored that Gov- Martha C. Day, Doretha D.
getting better acquainted organization ernor Mandel proclaimed the Mingo, Nellie B. Wilder,
presentation and week of August!()-15 as"Del Gwendolyn F. Clarke, Joyce
participation department.This ta Sigma Theta Week" in the Rolle, Rosa V. Storr, Ida G.
time she Introduced a state of Maryland. Cash, Dorothy H leld Saunders,
lively, enjoyable icebreaker Miami alumnae chapter ap- Margarett Per,cell, Loretta
game with prizes. It is our preciates the interest of each Mingo, Edna L. Mingo, MaudP.
privilege to acknowledge with devoted soror and the ardent Newbold.
sincere appreciation her fine support of the patrons of Del- Also Helen J. Davis,Evelyn
representation of good fellow ta so together we look for ward Wynn, Gussie J. Ervin, Mar-
ship. to a year of unremitting ef- garee O. Raiford, AlthmeanaC.
President Fannie Thurs-' fort and accelerated progressfor Sample, Dorotha E. Payne,
ton's gavel squelched the noise the sorority. Work for it, Juanita Wiley Hard, R. Jones, O. rW'
and the meeting was now in think for it and talk for it. Mary B. Edwards, Dorothy W. : ..
session. Everyone sank Into If you were not there, we Wright, Shelba Martin,'Lo- i .
deep contemplation as grave, J\
but pleasant,Mrs.Linnie Fan-
nin, chaplain, offered prayer

and fitting appropriate poem lines both set from the a (R blister Howl! For Your Added Convenience. .

tone for the soul-searching,

successful Realizing year that ahead., the Miami The books are open DRIVE-IN BANKINGOur

alumnae chapter of Delta Sig- ,
ma Theta Sorority Inc. Is a
public service organization of Drive-In Banking service is. the easiest and most
women of many talents and
skills, the president presentedthe convenient 'way for you to handle withdrawals and

chairmen of the major ,deposits. The service is friendly '- and fast just
committees who outlined the
general plans and activitiesfor the way you want it. Drive in and see, for yourself.
the year. The excellent

recommendations' and suggestions COM6; in *NP REGISTER FOR
made should certainly
prove useful to the"effectiveness i
of the sorority 1 tI1iILL
The group welcomed the op- 1
portunity; to commend the
initiative'and resorcefulness
displayed In the unique,detailed P4:4
: printed report, given to
each member 'by the chapter
delegates to the.National Con-
vention who were the president : Edison Furhifure Exchange _Inc AO3 NVY 7f/i/ AyeriU6 Telephone 759443f'Ppn.crlx. ?
; ,,Mrs. Thurstonand Miss,
'Beverly that Nixon.Deltas The converged report Indicated 6942 N.W. 7th Ave, ; Lincoln Notional' Brink ofMia V '' '"'

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From Yesterday's DreamTo

Today's Reality"Project

Work or(Vestibule there were constant encouragement each agency and all those con-
Training) was a cooperating for the studentsto cerned. And at this time they
venture of four agencies that help themselves. Studentswho express their thanks and
q' wx, enabled some welfare recipients : had the nack of fixing hair gratitude for all who shared In
to take the big step to taught others. Students who the challenge toward a new way
lead them off Welfare Rolls knew how to use make-up of life.
onto payrolls. The agencieswere shared secrets. In order to present these
w division of Family Ser- to the community,
1,> 1I One of the greatest accom- persons
vice, Florida Vocational Rehabilitation plishments of the course was graduations were held at various -
Services,the Dade the elimination of the word churches.Eighteen women
County Board of Public In- can't. The course was taught completed the first course and
struction's of Vocational held at the
Department graduation was
by Mrs. Vera Thompson
Technical and Adult New Covenant Presbyterian
Education, and the Florida ,At the end of each four weeks Church Eleven finished the

I lei a ", kl State Employment Services. training period, the students second course and graduationwas
The purpose of the courseis were taken to Lindsey Hopkinsfor held at Drake Memorial
4 to provide the individualwith a tour whch helped in enabling Baptist Church, Rev. J. W.
understandable tools, attitudes them to decide on a vocational Dunn, pastor The next class
and techniques neededIn choice. An appreciation graduation will hold exercises
? IVi++#,a 1r human relations so that the luncheon was given at Sunday, Sept. 28 at St. Paul

individual can become an active Toby's CafeterJa by the train- AME, Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor -
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society.The .
objectives of the course
were to d e v e lop proper per-
sonal and social skills neededto
secure a job,to instill with-
in the trainee the importance _.
of proper work habits, know- Let Your Boy
ledge and skills which will lead
to a proper employer-em
r 1 ployee. relationship and to help "'vT OPERATE HISOWNBUSINESSl

the trainee develop the oral
communication skills that are
necessary to progress in his
chosen field of work.: I'
The theme of the course was
"Yesterday's Dream is To- He Dui get started I
day's Reality." The basic
ideas of the course was attitude for only
1 + ,
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L consists of how to dress pro-
tls 1 ,_._ perly, good grooming, exercise .w
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balanced diet, applying for a SJ JS! : mmIN
job, filling out applications, .
y Interviews, job attitudes
1 such as being to work on
gr +J t 1
1 p11.ye time, putting :ina day's work IT'S EASYI! I ITS FUNIHere's
for a day's pay.

There were field trips to how....
s1t1li'9n County Commission: "
ers meetings or Criminal First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for

Court, concerts and family 99tf. Sell them for 15f a piece. You make 66< I

+ H n 1 1, outings. There were visits to profit., With this profit plus your original 99tf in*
employment agencies and to 22 Miami Times. Repeat
vestment, 'you buy more
offices to see how others were
dressed and behaving in vari- this process until you are selling 50 or more

ous situations.There were re- papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times,

source people from the community -' you will make $3.00 prof it for yourself each week.
to fill in gaps or give
encouragement,by telling their
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Irene Gaitor, Cynthia O'Brien, Marie Randolph, Pearlie Mae Maddox, Lucile were Mrs. Elizabeth 'Espy fi

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THE_ n_ ,MIAMI..,- ..., TIMES... Friday.' September 119&9-, ..-. 19 .

1CEP Program To ExpandThe What It Is To Be Black I'' : I

Concentrated Employ. In White America''.' I

ment Program was created in Abbey Lincoln stars in the alternately drawn together and television station in Boston)
[ April 1969. Believing that first of ten dramas portrayingwhat pushed apart, whose reactionsto and funded by the Ford Foundation
Miami I had a great need for it is like to be black in one another reveal much in the belief that tele-

such a program, Mrs. Marie white America, beginning in about the difficulties inherentin vision drama may well be the
Carl, EOPI Eexecutive Director S /5 October on Channel 2. the black experience. most effective way of showing
began negotiations with Miss Lincoln is the heroineof Childress, a distinguished black existence for what it
I the regional OEO in Atlanta, Alice Childress' moving tress as well as a noted playwright really is, since the playwrightcan
Georgia along with the U.S. x play Wine in Wilderness'. is currentlyappearing often Illuminate human experience
Department of Labor. Research s IK It premieres in color on Wed- in the film "Up Tight"and has in ways that cannot be
and statistlcalevl- nesday, October 1st at 10:00 won the conveted Obie A ward realized by documentariesbycoverage
dence aided EOPI In obtaining for her Off-Broadwaydrama of dmonstrations or
Federal funding'for a Miami producer of all ten"On "Trouble in Mind." Her play by the airing of grievances.
CEP.The CEP Is sponsored by Being Black" dramas is wri- "Wedding Band" has been optioned Among the many outstanding
the EOPI, Inc., and is fundedby ter-director Luther James, for Broadway. dramas to be seen in coming
the Department of Labor. former executive producer for Abbey Lincoln who was featured weeks on "On Being Black"are
The qualifications of this ..._----- CBS whose credits includesome with Sidney Polder in "Johnny Ghost"by Phillip

agency are therefore"we 11 tion Mainstream (for persons Oliver, CEP Administrator Isadamant of the top shows on TV "For Love of Ivy" stars as the Hayes Dean, in which Robert
known" in the community and today. girl, with the noted actor stars
forty-four (44) years of age or with regard to his young DoQui as a champion
require no embellishment.CEP over). Direct Skills Training, staff continuously participating "Wine In the Wilderness" is and stage director Israel boxer who tries to save the
is recognized and is so and MDTA Skills Training. All in in-service training the story of a young coupleThe Hicks as the artist intellectualwho sport from a challenger of ill

delegated as the employmentarm of CEP's divisionary programs courses in order to more effectively befriends her. Also in the repute; Luther James' own
for the Model Cities Program exist under their own serve the enrollees, Miami CEP Is a reality. cast are Cashmere Ellis, "Alton Flipped" about black
and is presently functioning staff supervision.All the public,and function In their It involves a great amount of Marilyn Berry and John Mar- man suffering from mental illness -
as such From No- trainees, once they are official capacities. Some responsibility on the part of riot."On andapreformancebythe ,4
vember 1968, to the presentdate accepted into the program and items in this process are each CEP staff member to the Being Black" was originated distinguished "A Lyle Alley
CEP has served 1,385 enrolled in the first step, the based on training, staff evaluation people he or she is workingfor. by WGBH (the public- American Dance Theatre."

people from the target or Orientation program,are provided on personal contact in Under the guidance of
Model'City, area. Some we with stipends for support the beginning stages of the EOPI's Executive, Director, 15
placed directly on jobs,others during the training period. program, on changes in attitudes Mrs. Marie Carl andtheCEP S ii ;
were incorporated in trainingand Further support is given from component to com Administrator, Harold Oliver,
other programs.The through the Child Care Pro- ponent, work performances, the entire CEP staff can look '
building which housesthe gram and through funds for on-site performances, and interest to the program's success and :
CEP staff also serves as travel to and from training or and follow-up procedures effectiveness. Miami's CEP
the training and education cen- work sites. Every enrollee is after job placement has has grown and matured. It
ter forallenrollees.An en- eligible for limited additional been accomplished. Goals and generates a sense of accom-
rollee comes to CEP, fills out assistance suchasdentalcare missions are established in plishment for each person related -

an application, and is interviewed eye care, etc., through the beginning of the programand to it, whether a staff
to determine his or CEP's Supportive Service are closely adhered to. member or enrollee. CEP Is

her eligibility. CEP is designed Unit. CEP will be serving 4,300 residents unified effort toward integrity,
for those Model City resi- Criteria has been established within the next year. achievement, and independence -

dents who areunemployed, by EOPI and CEP for eval- Mrs. Marie Carl, EOPI Executive through employment,
underemployed, or who have a uating its own progress. This I Director, and Gordon with Harold Oliver as the Administrator
limited amount of job skills). procedure starts with the very Johnson, Director of the Model success Is in-

CEP is divided intosix(6)a ( beginning of the program and City Project,are working hard evitable. Mrs. Inez Kaiser owner of Inez Kaiser and Associates
as or programs: On The is an on-going process with in order for the residents to in Kansas City Missouri beams as Mr. Joe
Job Training, NewC a r e e r s, critical re-examination have an opportunity to move
Direct Job Placement,Opera periodically. Mr. Harold towards a better life. S Black vice president of Greyhound Inc and chair-
ff man of the board of NAMD presents her with the

1968-1969 Petty Jane Everett Award at the Annual

EVERYDAY PRICES Convention of the National Association of Market

ROOM Deverlopers in Washington. D. C.'

The Betty, Jane Everett A Award is given by theof

, HEDDfS SUPERETTE OUTFITS National Association of Market Developers to the

\ woman In the'organIzation'who has done the most

outstanding job in the field of public relations marketing
FARMBEST and advertising. '
1 NECK Your Credit Is Good Mrs. Kaiser was chosen by the membership to
ZA OWN ACCOUNTS receive this coveted award for her creative service

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Kaleidoscope I IBy

-ROBERT J.SYE 4 Operating At PalmettoThings

"I don't care whether it's Tony Quinn or Santa Claus playIng lot less than 300 black,black students -
a black man/' retorted actor Raymond St. Jacques in answer are looking a elected their represen-
to Quinn's proposed role as a Negro in the film "The better at Miami Palmetto High tatives and did whites theirs.
under the
Man."...'fd like to see the time when we (actors-actresses) s. I School this year
can all play the role we want to, "added St Jacques. leadership of Dr. Ira Wax,the
By -
"Quinn's been offered a role in which he portrays a black new principal. The racial The committee has met

man and it has caused a clamor in Hollywood and St. Jacques" ADLINE PONTIPHFLET problems that beset the! school twice, once with Dr. Wax the

objections by some black groups to Quinn playing this role last year should be a thing of other time by themselves and

have a certain amount of justification now. But I hope the industry Mrs. Mifalda Fogleman is scheduled for early June. With the past if the school bi racial are in the process of settingup

moves forward so that the time wlll come when it is not. a recent member of the Per- all the extra engagements,always committee is given a chanceto the group's guidelines.

However if Quinn should do it now, we could be taking a stepto forming Arts Society. Now to of star-feature nature, perform.The They will meet every other

the D.W. Griffith days. It's just a little retrogression."... look at her, you wouldn't thinkso. our members and pupils Monday at 4:20: p.m. and may

St. Jacques next film is"Cry of Whiteness."...,The Billie Holiday As a matter of fact, when cannot cope with a normal committee is made up be called into session, any
biopic, "Lady Sings The Blues," hashita sour note..Jay Fifi (that's her nickname en- course of study since the pres- of six white and six black students other timo. '

Weston, the producer, has yet been unable to get bandleader tered the society, many of our sure of the limelight is threat representing each one
Artie Shaw to sign an agreement which would depict Lady Day long-time members thought ening. Fra not even speakingof of the class levels.In .
A box will be set
singing with his orch. in 40s.Lady Day was the first black: she was simply transferringfrom our studio events which suggestion
effort to fair in the main hall of the school
'; singer to travel with an all white band..Bill Medley, the only another musical group n u m b e r receptions In the an get rep- up
resentation where there are and students will be to
white-soul singer to upsurge Diana Ross, blew the minds of a with a repertoire very much "m3 ny./ It is more importantto urged
local audience last weekwhenhe joined his ex- partner (Right- like ours. This, of course, us to produce quality sing- over 3,200 white students and make suggestions.

eous Brothers) Bobby Hatfield on stage..Sarah Vaughn, who was not so which goes to show ers as opposed to exhaustingour

taped a boss seg"Delia," will cut dlskies for Dell records, you how really good she is. performers. Moreover, in g VffVfn > 8 8 6'o'flTfl'oTo; ,; ?
a subsidiary of Columbia..Scoey Mitchell treks to Chic open I Fill loves music. Fill is mu- this day and age, too much ice : ,
!, $0"
for two-weeks at Mr. Kelly's..New York actor Johnny Brown I sic. Her vibrant, extremelywell cream is not only fattening SPECIAL \I' ". "'il
has been set as a regular on"Leslie Uggams Show," premiering controlled soprano voice, nausiating. If all is confirmedas ,!,'J'' '''
Sept. 28 on CBS-TV..Brown will portray Leslie's brother pitch so exact is her greatest such I shall be the first to /

Sidney Poitier, who did a magnificient acting job in "In The musical asset. It wasn't long cheer. I would rather look forward GIFT :: f :

Heat of the Night," is doing a sequel to it, "Virgil Tibb, Detective before Mr. LaPierre sharpen to a spectacular event ; W

,"...Bob "Imperial Kingdom of Burbank" drew ed his.pencil to write special: and look forward to a little COUPON

the cream of the crop in Hollywood. Such talents as Mary descant notes to take advantage breathing space in between.So I

Wilson, Dionne Warwick and Bill Elliot, Joey Bishop, Steve of her technical strength. far, everyone, consider
McQueen and Gregg Morris Tuesday appeared..It's amazinghow Sunday afternoons see me re- ing the maze extracurricular _____ L I
talent just lives on..Hazel Scott the former of( BRING this coupon for your ,tree HnJ/4 Human Hair
spouse hearsing and observing society activities, Is in perfect Wiglet when receive of the following in
Congressman Adam Clayton Powell Jr. of New York, is still chorus In action and last agreeance with me if there is hair goods or service you d epartments.any ,
in the prime, singing-wise..JShe opens In Vancouver Oct. 15- Sunday swept me off my feet. such a word. f m sure you will
25, at Isy's..Nate King Cole's brother, Dee also continues to Mrs. Fogleman was asked to FROSTING expertly done! in a color designedust|

thrive on the circuit. He's playing at Cactus Pete's in Jack: place her voice on a high A, too.I can't wait to tell you about for you. $20.00 up.

pot, Nev..$inger James Brown grossed a healthy $55,000 holding it for all of thirty sec my wonderful guest for next RELAXER not a permanent. Ideal for children,

at $6 tops_..In Memphis foraonenighterlast week, the pricehe onds. Of course, a loud full week. Meanwhile, may I wish those who wish to continue using heat, and those who

might have to pay for his one night of reported lovemaking pitch sound would have been you a most happy week ahead. wish to discontinue wearing a wig daily. It actually
to Miss Brown..Miss Brown formerly Jame's fan club prexy easier since pushing forward keeps hair from reverting between hairdos. $12.50 up.

is currently asking for $5,000-a-month support for a child with the voice gives one a little LUCKY LENNY'S SEMI-CU R L Y ,WIG, synthetic, stretch, precut and
born out of wedlock..Gregg Morris of "Mission Impossible" more tenacity, butthis was not tapered. $25.00
will break away long enough to narrate "Joel ney to the Sun," the case. She was asked to use
produced by the University of Texas..In a maze of indecisionOct. a half-voice, thank goodnesswith Putrto Rico
17 is the way out for Marie Cole and Gary Devore..That's the vowel and there BEAUTY SALON
the reported date set for their long rumored marriage..Denise was the violin-string tone Just 29-28-78 9 NO NW 17th AVE. en'-noneaanenaaaoaeaesaaesaoaaeaeoo I
Nicholas, a tall extremely attractive actress, will make a short of vibrating me off my feBJ) OJ> 0 0 0 0 0 P P0P 0 QBOO 0 0 0 0 0Ml 0 9 0 0 0 0 9 8 P 0 00 0 Earo

public appearance in behalf of 20th-Fox TV's "Room 222"; chair. Fifi says this sound ]- --TYOOOOOB -OOOBOOOO-- -- 00 ttOO 000 Oj

stopping In Detroit, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Boston, Baltimoreand never comes out quite thee I
New York..Here's a note that'11 never find it's way onto th i same but I don't believe it. !
front pages of any major daily paper. Jim Brown, at the request .
of the American Heart Campaign..But let Jim get a traffic ..

ticket...Troubl '.front pager! But what can you do???....Chico
Hamilton Is scoring Lloyd Greenberg's film short,"The elevator
," skedd for theatrical release. Lena Home Harry

Belafonte, as a team, maybe just what is needed in the body of 0 I 0
the entertainment lethargry.They scored so well at Caesars
Palace in Vegas that producers are vying for their talents on

Broadway..Nancy Wilson, whether cognizant or not, is not,
receiving the publicity she deserves..Miss Wilson,America's
'most talented and beautiful singer is being systematically

sublty, eased to the back of the bv( :,.-and this Ii grossly Win some money, put a WMBM Cash Bumper Sticker on the rear of your

justifiable..Nancy, as a singer, Is the most exiting personagein car. If it's spotted by the WMBM Money Man, you win $2.00. If your

the industry..Now she's off the Rio de Janeiro for the International radio is tuned, to 1490 WMBM, you win $5.00 on the spot. Each monthone
Festival, Sept. 25-Oct. 5... Sammy Davis trilled
of these $2.00 $5.00 winners will
or win $25
thousands when he visited his adopted homeland last week... or Listen to
His trek across Isreal was "inspiring invigorating," saida 1490 WMBM for further details.

t spokesman. And,thousands of miles away his ex-experience > >.'.!":, f.e MHMMHV

\ Peggy Lipton, was firming her commitment to do a special this MRS. MIFALDA. FOGLEMAN

spring. .On the program with the blonde from the Mod Squad"will
During her lessons Mr. La-
be Blood, Sweat and Tears, Steppenwolf, and Janis Joplinand FRANKLIN'S CARPET :
Pierre ,tells me the clock accelerates j
not a soul in view..Johnny Mathis,who has been effecting .. It's always a mat-
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DisneyCivilprogressforMohammed Hotel Fontaine oleau's F, rF
,; All, the only heavyweight champion, will apply fora LaRonde magnificent 1 Mw
New York Stateboxlng License in October, but for now he'll Sunday f. l il .
afternoon December 14
:continue to do top TV shows..He'll tape Joey Bishop Tuesday.. :.\; .
commencing at 2 For this
pm. .
t .1fJl '
Grammy winner Dionne Warwick will be seen Wednesday night 'L 'I',
particular concert
,we are featuring
7:30 on CBS, in her first special,with a topline of Glen Campbell the music of "Fiddler ftli!, _'
George Kirby, Burt Bacharach and Creedence Clearwater : i.
Ol The Roof (Stein) in full +r it
4 R e viva 1...Check it. it is said that Billy Eckstine is doing costumo. At this writing, the

"grand theft business at Century plaza's Hong Kong Bar, In- entire production looks quite

;"; I spite of Blake Chatsfleld lneptnes.But; for how long???...With promising although I've only + a

this question in mind, I close, snapillll' seen little pieces of the complete ,

format.t '
Because the "

GHETTO PRE-SCHOOL "Fiddler" is quite lenghthy,

HEALTH PROGRAM solos have beenkeptata mini

Needs immediately teams of,deeply dedicated mum thus not taking away from
the main: feature Also,this allows
physicians, dentists, nurses, lab technicians. for you to hear only the

,Willing to receive 'modest salaries and high "cream of the crop." Rumor''

personal satisfaction, in vital 1 work that must has It that commencing next

. 'J be done. Contact Dr. Edmund] Handwerger, year the performing Arts society We Carry Brand Name
will Indulge In producing Carpeting
, EOPI, 395 NW 1st Street, Miami, Florida.
I one annual,major concert j

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 26, 1969 21

'' t.'k ly 4w United Fund Sets $5 Million GoalLast I

r Wednesday United Miss United Fund was a selected first time theU.F. has put into of Migrant farm laborers in
Fund kicked off Its record : its goal four newprograms: 1. the area of Day Nurseries and
breaking $5,000,000 goal. Miss Janice Viera United Decentralization of services, youth services. 4. A massive
Over 1,000 personsattendedthe Air Lines was officially taking the service to where the assist to bard line drug ad
luncheon to hear guest crowned by Miss Linda Gold- people live not Just downtown. dicts.
speaker, Emory William,Vice smith, Miss United Fund of 2. Emergency service center The fund is currently
President and Treasurer of 1968. Chairman of the contest operating 24 hours a day 7 daysa financing the drug clinicat
Sears, Roebuck & Co. Wil- were Barry Sheft and A r n Ie week. 3. A id to the children Jackson Memorial Hospital.
liams Is chairman of the National : Warren of radio station WGBS. -
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Advlstory Council of Campaign Chairman Harry ,
United Community Funds and Hodd Bassett, Chairman of the
IUt _Councils of America. Board of First National Bankof Now Under New Management I II
Over 1,000 supporters and Mia m I, reported from the
f volunteers of United Fund pilot campaigns that a total of I & Ownership I'
-.---.... showed up for the official $706,000 is now in the kitty as I '
opening of the campaign, the United Fund heads for its

Session Wins American pilot where campaigns results from were several reportedthat to nine end week November campaign 20.scheduled I PARK & SHOP VALET I II

I showed an excellent climate The $5,000,000 goal being
for United Fund in its aimed at by United Fund will I
Legion AwardThe 1969 campaign help finance the work of 45 I I 6894 NW 7 Ave. '
As part of the function, a agencies and more. For the
American Legion Golden ,ment of Florida 51st Annual I '
Year Membership Leader Convention by outgoing Dept. I 836-1151
Trophy was presented to Com- Commander John Feeney in SIGMAS RE-ELECT DR. McNEIL ., <*.'.J\
mander Horace Session of' Fort Lauderdale, June 29, t I' 'V I II
William Henry Bethel Post No. 1969. Session begins his third
281, Richmond Heights, in Recognition year Commander Post Delegates attending the 55th and dean of Prairie View College I Dry Cleaning I II
of the fact his post anniversary national conven- Prairie View, Texas, ,. \' ..
281.He tion of the Phi national of the ...
Beta 55
Sigma Fra- :
was one of the two of the Department -, has been member of the "
of Florida going over American Legion for 15 years,' ternity recently concluded in year old National BlackGreek I At Its Very Best
the 200% membership mark during this time he has servedon Baltimore, Maryland, re- lettered collegiate society I
this year. various committees of the elect Dr.* Alvin J. McNeil, then went on to underscore the
Post 281 also recieved the Post. He started the first professor of special studies Nixon Administration for its I
American Legion Certificateof Little League Baseball Pro- "do nothing, go slow policy"where' ALL WORK DONE ON
buman and civil I
Participation ,an award of gram in Richmond Heights' PREMISES
playground committee sponsored blacks are concerned.Phi .
appreciation and recognitionfor community playground com- five Little League Beta Sigma I
active participation in observance mittee serving as its chairmanfor IN OUR
Teams complete with uni- founded at Howard Universityin I 3 \ ,
of the American Le- several He worked
years. forms and playing equipment.He 1914 is
nationally 1.
Golden anniversary hard in trying to get a place for
gion year. I
started the first Blood .by some 40,000 college I,
Commander Session was young boys and girls to play. qtr
Bank Program for Post 281 trained black men. The Fra-
presented the American Le-. He led a group of men into and still serves as its Chair- ternity engages in National "
of cleaning off a plot of land set Dade County's only
gion Citation Appreciationin man. This Blood Bank has programs of Social, Actions. I I
recognition and sincere appreciation -. aside for the playground. He blackSanionecertified
helped several families in the Education and bigger and bet-
of outstanding ser- is dedicated to the propositionthat community.The ter business. I master dry cleaner. ,
vice and assistance which con- good citizens can b e built members of Post 281 The delegates also voiced II I ,
tributed to the advancement of on baseball and football fields are proud to have Commander dissatisfaction over what they
the Legion Programs and activities much better than in back alleys Session serve as their Com- say is a trend of President I ,
dedicated to God or street corners. mander for the third time and Nixon and his current admin- I II Sanitone A '
and Country. These awards Through his effort and hope that he will continue as istration to "pay of political .... .. t
were presented at the Depart- leadership the community long as he is able to do so. debts" at the expense of the WiL BERT HAYNES, I

black minority of the land. I Owner ?

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday.. September 26. 1969


I CARDS MEMORIALS I 1 DEATHS I II. family of the late, Roger Ferguson, of 423 NW He t
r MRS RUTH NAOMI GIBSON 7th St., ##3 died Thursday.

wishes to thank their many was well known in the greater
friends and neighbors for their Miami area, and a native of

I. IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn acts of kindness, cards, tele- vices Mason will Bay be, Bahamas.held Thursdayat Ser-
grams, beautiful floral offerings -
f sad, but loving memory of loving memory of my dear visits and prayers dur- St MUthews M. B. Church

;;,,", our dear son and brother, husband ing their time bereavement.. 6100 NW 24th Avenue. Sur-
I" "', t ', vivors include his wife Inez;
LEROY ARMSTERwho : Special to Rev. T. E,
departed this life Sept Wright, officers and membersof one daughter; mother, Mrs.
R 0 x lee Ferguson four bro-
30, i959.We St Paul AME
Church Miami thers, Henry, Moses, Pete,
I' loved you, but Godlovedyou Coconut
best, and has taken you Grove, Fla., Rev. Lester C. and Leonard.

home to rest. Albert, owner, the House'of Walter Daniels of 21221 NW

The FamilyIN Albert and his very efficient 29th Ave., Carol City, died
staff. RAHMINGS Sept. 20th as the result of an
MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Eva M. Franklin, auto accident. He is survivedby
mother brothers and sister ,w ,
; his wife Gloria one child
; ;
sad but loving oft ...
memory ,Ik his & Mrs. Le-
parents Mr.
,I \. .,., .j. ,
IN MEMORIAMIn ":; iI.. roy Daniels; four b rot h e rs,
In sad but loving of ,..
memory lj'i' Thodius Alexander
\ Rudolph, ,
our brother and son. loving memory oft .1.
.. and Leroy, Jr.; five sisters,
MR. IRA DUNCAN JOHN HENRYMcCONNELL ." Emma L. Washington, Cathe-
w who departed this life Sept.22 ,.: rine Hurst, Ernestine Daniels,
1968. May you rest in peace. Jr., i"t'i" Lillie Mae Thompkins, and
The family who departed this life Sept. Shirley Wim erly. 'Funeral
26, 1967.I services'wID be conducted on,

IN MEMORIAM have spent many hours re- t Friday, September 26th, 2:00
miMibering that sad day and
'i. P.M. at Antioch Baptist
In loving memory of____ the days that followed which .... Church, 333Q.NW,213th Terr,
have left a gap that cannot be
Carol City, Elder Clarence
filled in
my life.
You are gone, but will never Myrtle Madge Johnson, 406NW
be forgotten. 41stStreet. DiedonSunday Samiel.Williams, Sr, of

Odarine McConnell, 'wife, September' 21, at Jackson Me-' 1460 NW 59th St., died Sept.
q'a A f and family. morial Hospital. Survivors, 21 at his horns He is survived,

MRS. AMANDA SCOTT are: daughter Mrs Myrtle R. by his wife Mattie;five daugh-

CELETER GLORIA ROGERS who departed this life Sept. 23, Lee, son-in-law, Robert Lee,' ters Margie Smith; Inetha Mil-

who departed this life Sept.27 IN MEMORIAMIn 1967. sister, Miss Henritta Carey brick, ,Johnnie M. Pennick,
Some may think you are for and a host of. relatives and Julia M. and Rachel Williams;

1967.We have spent hours sad but loving memory gotten, though on earth you are friends. five sons, Albert, Ned,Larry,
remembering mat many sad day,and of no more. But in memory you Service will be held on Saturday John and Samuel, Jr.?' four

the days that followed which are with us as always as you Septe mbe'r27,1969, sisters and five brothers.Re-
were before. 10:30 a.m at St. Agnes Eps-
mains will be shipped
have left a gap that cannot be ; .
r copal Church with Father to Kingstree, S, C.
filled In our lives she Is
gone Edward Scott, husband Lambert Sands, Officiating. In,
but not forgotten. Alice Kegler, daughter repose in chapel Fridayfrom Sharon M. Robinson of 2329

Mother, Christine Rogers Ralph Thompson, son 12:00 N. until 10:00: p.m. and in L I NW 51st St. died Sept. 21 at
EDDIE EBENEZER Sister, Elester Cynthia and the entire family the Church Saturday 7:00 a.m Jackson Hospital. She is sur
EDWARDSwho Hudson' until funeral time. vived by her mother Dorothy,
departed this life Sept. BAIN'S Ann Robinson. Burial was held
Mrs. Annie Mae of
22, 1968. CARD OF THANKSThe Doyle Wednesday at Lincoln Cema-
Mrs The I 3. Groves of
Eternal rest grant unto him m 1069 NW 47th St., passed on
family of the late Mr. 10490 SW 172nd Street In Per- Sept. Uth Her survivors include tery.Mrs.
0 Lord. And the perpetual
may Mitchell Billings. Who departed Asalee Johnson of 1767
rine expired Sept. 20th at her 1 daughter, Josephine
light shine him.
upon May life Sept. 13,1969, NW 152nd St. Loclca died
he rest'in this home. Funeral services will Townsley grandchildren, a Opa ,
peace. would like to take this method I r be held Saturday Sept. 27,1:00 son-in-law, 1 ,sifter, Lillle, September 18th at North Miami
The familyIN to express their heartfelt P.M. at Mt: Sinai Missionary Mae Holiday,1 uncle and aunt.. General Hospital. M::s.John.
thanks for all forms of kind- Baptist Church in Perrine with Other relatives and friends. son is survived by her husband

MEMORIAMIn ness shown them during their Rev. J. E. Murray, pastor Funeral Services were held on Henry; a son, Calvin;'
loving of recent hours of bereavement. officiating. Remains will repose Sat. Burial was in Evergreen. two daughters, Joyce Jones
memory Special thanks to the com in the chapel beginning 2: and Gina Johnson; a sister,

munity of Coconut Grove, for PRISCILLA 00 P.M. on Friday until funeral Mrs. Estelle Peek and th r e e
cards, letters; telegrams and PIGFORD time Saturday afternoon. Sur- ALBERT brothers, Flynn, SUas, and
floral expressions. Special Whirlie Combs Funeralser-
1966.I vivors include her husband
who died 22 ;
September Arthur Jackson of 12195
thanks to Elder Collins Killings Leroy Step-mother Mrs. vices will be held Thursday,
s and members of Little Minnie; L. Taylor 1 brother; SW 217th St., died Sept. 22 at 2:00 p.m. at the House of God,
have hours ; ;
spent many remembering the House of Sossin.
Arrange Miracle Revival
Rock Primitive Baptist Fellowship
Frank Taylor 7 sisters Mrs
that sad day and
ments are incomplete.Mrs. .
Church and to Bain's Funeral Church.
Alma Joyce Mrs. Gertude
the days that followed which ;
Home for fine services ren Matthews Mrs. EthelLaw- Fred Cammon 465 NW 42nd
have left a gap that cannot be ; ,
dered. May God Bless each filled in our lives.She Is gone, rence; Mrs. Miley Perms; Martha Hicks of 10800 Street, died at Mt.Sinai Hospital -'
and-everyone. Mrs. Fannie', but not forgotten. Mrs. Louise G i b b s; Mrs.Ab- SW 222 Drive, Goulds died Friday, September 19.
and family. bie Washington and Mrs Nor- September 18. Survivors include He is survived by his wife,

ma Louise Dabson; and a host husband James; one son Cleo; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth -
'- CARD OF THANKSThe Ollie Pigford, mother of nieces, and nephews. James DI; parents Mr. and I Tinsley, Ollie and

FLORENCE ALICE 'COOPERwho family of the late Wilbur Pigford, father RICHARDSONJoseph Mrs. RooseveltTukes andother Sarah Cammon; two brothers,
departed this life Sept. Gene Climpson, cousin relatives. Will and J.T. Caramon of Asheville -

29, 1962. Henry Sawyer of N.C. and other relatives -
Rest eternal grant unto her 4810 NW 15th Ave., died Sept. John W. Williams of 2051 His remains will be
Oh Lord, and may light per- 21. Services will be held Sat- NW 63rd St. died at South Fla. shipped on ThursdaySept.

petual shine upon her. urday from the chapel. Sur- State Hospital. He is survivedby 25th to Newman,Georgia,ser-
t IN MEMORIAMIn vivors include a wife Edith; his parents Mr. and Mrs. vices will be conducted Fri'

The family : one daughter Loraine Hadley; Rube Williams; five sisters; day, 4:00 P.M.at the New Pro-
';!' sad, but loving memory of one son Joseph; three sisters one son Vicky; two brothersand sperity Church.
and two brothers. two aunts.
:t IN MEMORIAMin f.'f' -, ,_._- Mrs. Emma Rivers of 1480 Mrs. Louise Irene Moss of'
.' NW 73rd St., died Sept. 19 at Harry Sidney of 1390 4929 NW 23rd Ave. died Sept.
NW 52 '
loving memory of our 22
Jackson: Hospital. Services at Jackson Manor Nursing
St., died Sept. 13 at Cedars of
: dear husband
and father.II
were Homti She is
,held from Mt. Calvary survived by two
j' ........ Lebanon Hospital. Survivors
-- Baptist Church. Survivors include include one daughter Perrilce sons :Moss, jr. and Theodore;,
one son Thomas; one Waters two daughters Dorothy Davis
w sister'' Nammie Johnson; one two nieces; one and son three Harry nephews., Jr.; and Willie M. Russell. Services -

daughter-in-law Hester; one Services were held Friday in will be held Saturday,
rz J a ttlL'L granddaughter Tomester. the chapel. Oct. 4, 10:00 a.m. at St. Agnes
Sp/4 MARVIN E. SCREEN JR. Thomas Audley Walker of Episcopal Church.
would like to thank the many 2360 NW 160th St. Opa-locka
friends for their kindness and died Sept. 21 at North Miami Joseph D. Barry of 1200 NW Eddie Wright of 2488 NW 67
1 those who expressed their General Hospital. Survivors 67th St., died Sept. 16. Survi- St., died Sept. 16 at Jackson

sympathy by cards,. letters, include two daughters Mrs. vors include one son James; Hospital. He Is' survived by,
and telegrams.All these deeds Thomasena W. Lindsey and three sisters-in-law; three 'his wife Emmi; a daughter

f certainly helped to lighten our Mrs. 'Gwendolyn Davis; one brothers-in-law; one aunt and Lillie Mae Ross; four sisters

burdens. GEORGE HARVEY,CAREY son Thomas; one brother four grands. Services were Martha Porter, Eliza Brown,
Special thanks to Rev. Ma- Willie; one sister Hattie held at St. Matthews Baptist Bernestine, English and Mary

MR. ABRAHAM J. con, all of his close buddies who departed this life September Sweeting and other relatives. Church. Colson; five brothers Jimmyand

\ THOMAS, SR. and our neighbors.May 23, 1967. Services will be held Satur George Jones, Pete,Ches-
,: who departed this life Sept. God bless all of you day, 10 a.m. at St. peters Willie McCall of 1232 NW ter and Charlie Wright. Re-

23, 1957. Mr?. Marvin Screen Jr., AOC Church 1st PI., died Sept. 21 at Jack- mains will be shipped Friday
,Weep not for him who onward wife We all love you, but God Mrs. Elizabetha Bailey of son H o spit a 1. Survivors include to Gainesville for services

bears his cross to cal- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Screen, loves you best 3241 Higgs St. ,Perrine, died wife Mary; one daughter Sunday at 3 p.m

vary; Sr., mother and father Sept. 18. Arrangements are Annie Lois. Services
were Mrs. Essie Mae Parler
: He does not ask man's pityIng Mrs. Marvelle Chuver, Marlene George Harvey Carey n, incomplete. held
Thursday in
the chapel. 9120 NW 13th Ct. died Chat-
tears, who wills for man Michelle, sisters. father Infant girl Clear of 1159 NW Mrs. Marie Scott of
2000 tahoochee She is survived
to die.SR Michael, MarcusMeIvln, Ethel L. Carey, mother 5th Ct., died Sept.'18 at Jackson NW 68th St. died Fla. -
Sept. 21 at her mother Mrs.Virginia

f : Martin, Mitchell,. Morris and Constance L. Carey, sister Hospital. Survivors Jackson Hospital. by
Abraham J. Thomas'Jr. Maurice, brothers:, Charles P. Carey, brother elude her father Andrew and Include daughter Willie Survivors, Pugh; three brothers
Mie and
Raiford Sullivan
"i and Alfred N. Thomas, sons. Grandmother, Mrs.Cleo Ward Geneva Sands, grandmotherand mother Cherlie. Services'were Kelly. Remains will be James
shipped of the Gospel Consoler Sing-
Family held .
Mary Louise Thomas,'wife Host of relatives., Tuesday.; to Burnswlck, Ga. ers. Services were held Wed22 -

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THE- MIAMI TIMES.. Friday." September _26._, 1969._. _23

Caroline Roberts of IF YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES

2465 NW 158th St. Opa-locka TAKE THE COAST GUARD ,
I died at Jackson Hospital,Sept.
16. She is survived by two IT'S YOUR T H INGI _
I daughters Lucille Jordan and Visit
Whittaker three your COAST GUARD Recruiter at
grandchildren Eloise ; a sister; Mrs. 103 N. E,. 5th Street, Miami, Florida

Mariah Baker and a brother, PHONE: 350-5580
Sagasta Porter.Services were :
held Tuesday at Bethany
Seventh Day Adventist Church. f 1111 r

Mrs. Eva Jones of 5734 NW 1 \ !+ f fL fk
14th Ave., died Sept 22 at Jack- a "AAMCO
son Hospital. She is survivedby
her husband Ernest; two k TransmissionServiceP 4
daughters Marjorie Bellamyand Mrs. Mary Arline has join-
[ Irene Barry; four sons ed the staff of the House of
Ezekiel Sakers, Nathaniel, A I be r t. She is inviting all Youcan't
E Charles and Samuel Flem- Eastern Stars and membersof
ming.Remains will be shipped the Masonic family togetin beat it.
to Frederiksted, St. Croix in' touch with her at the House of >
the Virgin Islands. Albert, 6942 NW 15th Ave. ._""
Phone: 691-7661.
Sp/5 Allen Cain of 1020 NW (MOST CARS)
50th St. was killed in Vietnam.He REASONABLE PRICES

was a graduate of North- PROPHET 550 SHOPS NATIONWIDE
western High School. He is
survived by his wife Jose- BILLY WYNDER
phine; his mother Victoria. "Tltt Man of God" FREE 19-POINT MULTI-CHECK
Miller and stepfather Joseph. Hoi a message for those j FREE TOWING TRANSMISSIONS
Arrangements are incomplete that ore in nted.lf you need
help write I "Let not your :
Arthur Taylor of 2413 NW heart be troubled." Send 9iBy +...
D.oUr Address Phon. Dealer Address PhoneHlaUah
66th St. died Sept. 22. He stamp and donation to:
survived by four nieces Mamie PROPHET SMOOTH SALE-ING Proudly accepting con- Miami NorthsliU 6965544 420 W 29th Street 8874309
Warren, Winifred Douglas, BILLY WYNDER gratulations from King's Inn & Golf Club Directorof 7635 NW 27th AVMU South Miami 665-6573

Maud Jackson and Leona Da- P. 0. Box 1236 Convention Services,Jim Wingfield (left) is Vincent Miami 6500 NW 7th Avenue 751.2416 5771 S. Dixie Highway
vis. Services will be held at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33311 Davis.' Mr. Davis has been promoted to the The Troll 642-6366 P.rrln. 238-9277
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church.Young's. 18200 S. Dlxlo
position of Sales Representative in the King's Inn 2821 SW 8th Str..t Highway
Convention and Sales Department after having North Miami 947-3469 Hollywood 9272816
454 NE 167th'Strati 1332 S. Dlxio Highway
served as a waiter for three years. Looking on is Ft. LaudordaU 5664373
Funeral Charles Schlakman, King's Inn & Golf Club Manag- Miami 825 Beach 5th Str..t 538-2366 1110 N. Andrews Avenue

ing Partner and (far right) Oswald Archer, Personnel Ft. Laudordalo 5845440
Director, both of whom announced that the 28- 1821 S. Stoto Road #7

Home year-old Mr. Davis will be sent to the Banff Schoolin

Alberta, Canada,' on September 19, for an all ex-
1732 Ali Baba Ave pense paid two week course in Hotel and Sales Ad

OPA-LOCKA ministration.

PHONES: 681-2451 685-1893

"A sympathetic &. dignified service"Serving .. .. seconds as suffer-"linea"
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funeral service you will always remember,
because' of a loved one you can never forget,

so you may rest assured when you call the

wI House of Albert, if the spirit is right, it is

the first step up towards heaven.

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES... Friday... September. 26. 1969 _

MT. OLIVETTE Zion Hope Observes 11th Women uay. I

Rev. G. W.Warren,pastor Sisters Marie Freeman ana

4 Norma Lawrence, reporter Sunday, the ladies will ob- Vera M. Johnson, are chalrSBTER I
\,>t / t This coming Sunday will be serve their 11th annual Wo- w F men.
I Vi / youth day. The directressesMrs. men's Day, Mrs. Maedon Bui-

Mary Bruno and Mrs. lard will be the morning

Rosa Rushing are asking all speaker, and Miss Cynthia
members of the youth choirto Knowles the evening speaker.

be present Sunday morningand -.M

in uniform. ...,../ .
The youth choir will befa- rlvl..1l
tured on New Mt Moriah's anniversary :' JS

this Sun ,

iff Iou 3Jn QIhurrh iun 8t day afternoon. (
Saturday, October 4, Miss "
u---------- Gloria Johnson will becomethe
I bride of Glenn Taylor at .
the church. .
HAS DEDICATIONThe The Sunday School will have r
Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor
pastor and members of their annual Promotion Day CYNTHIA KNOWLES
Eddie Gilbert
,reporterThe H'jW.
No. 1 Ushers' Board Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church of program Sunday morning'during ". -., Evening Speaker .... \
will begin their 11th anniversary Goulds cordially invite the Sunday School. ----

this Friday at 8 p.m. with public to attend the dedication 5f MARIE FREEMAN
Rev. Anderson and congrega- services of their recently con- MT. CARMEL t General Chairman

tion in charge, the conclusionon structed educational building. Bradley pastor
Rev. D. ,
at 3 with the These services will be held on
Sunday p.m. Louise McGriff reporterThe CHRIST
Rev. Rogers and congrega- Sunday, at 3 p.m.at the church. No. 4 and, 5 Ushers'Board MrnS.MAEDONBULLARD P
t tion of South Miami charge.. Rev. A.H. Lockett is the pastor will have their anni- Morning SpeakerThe Canon T. R. Gibson, rector

You are invited to help make versary on the 26 and 28th of public is invited to como Antoinette Silva, reporterThe

,this, anniversary a great one. this month they are asking you out and heat these two won- pre-planning Confer-
Brother Earl Bannister is the ST. JAMES, AME to please turnouttohelpthem.The derful speakers and to help ence for the South East Diocese
president.You No. '3 Ushers' Board the ladies make this obser- was held at St. Phillip's
are cordially invited to Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor thank everyone who helped to vance a success. Church September 17. The

a tea Saturday, 8 p.m. at the Nellie Saunders,reporterThe make their anniversary a won- Friday, Sept. 26 the youth purpose of the meeting was to
_ homo of Deacon and Sis. Gil- A.J. Reddick Board will derful success. department will celebrate adopt a proposed budget,,con-

bert, 3652 NW 22nd Ct. in behalf hold their meeting Sunday The No. 1 Ushers' will have their annual Fellowship Hourin stitution and canon. Members'
of Men's Day. Guest from 4:30 5:30: p.m. in the their annual calendar tea at the auditorium. Deacon Ju- for the executive board are

speaker Sister C. Donnell of parrish hall. Bonded Agency on 7th Avenuethe lius Davis will be the speaker. _. Canon Gibson, William Wynn
Greater New Bethel of Opa- The September Club is having second Sunday in Oct. The public is invited. Y' t "W- and Jack Woltz. Representingour
locka. The public is invited. a sale party Saturday night: Rev. Paul Freeman is pas- church were William Stir-
Sponsored by Deacon Gilbert at the homo\ of Mrs Vera Cof- tor and Bessie Williams is SISTER VERA M. JOHNSON rup, Senior Warden, CrispinFife

and Brother Anderson. fie, 6201 NW, 17th Avenue KELLY'S CHAPELRev. reporter. CochairmanMT Jr. Warden, AlonzoCulmer -

Stewardess Board No.4 will W. H. Butler,pastor and David White. Presid-

Mr celebrate their anniversary Marie Carr, reporter THE LITTLE ROCK, CALVARY ing at the meeting was Fr.John
at the church at
Sunday 3:30
: dean of the Miami
Sunday, Oct. 12,the Ushers' Shirley,
GLENDALE: p.m. Mrs. Annie Linder is will present to all of us, the INVESTMENT CLUB .. Rev S. Atchison, pastor Deanery.

Rev. Joseph Coats, pastor president.You "C Lord C's", Come out and The Club started with five Phyllis Beal, reporterWell Members of St. Cecelia's

Rutha Harrington, reporterWe are invited to a "Blue enjoy a wonderful evening of men who saw a need for such a the time is here. Sun- Guild will honor the two

are proud to announce Saffire Tea" Sunday at 4 p.m. good music and songs at 3 p.m. club in our community.The day is Men's Day. A most delightful newlyweds of their guild, Mrs.
oUr annual Promotional ex- at the' home of Mr. and Mrs.L. Next Sunday from 4 6 p.m. aim of this club is to and enjoying programis Leona Cooper Baker and Mrs.

ercises Sunday at 3p.m. in the J. Smith, 1368 NW 68th St. Choir No. 1 will have a tea in help promote Negro ownershipof being planned. The morning Margaret Thompson Newton

auditorium of Frank C. Mar- behalf of women's day. Please businesses and show that speaker will feature Rev.Tanner with a reception on Friday at

tin Elementary School. CELEBRATES come out and support the women \ Negro people can work together of St. Mary in Cor a I Gables the rectory.Get .
At 6 p.m. we will have our to build a better future and Rev. Bradley of Mt. well wishes are extended -

first Girls' Auxlliay Coronation ANNIVERSARYOak for themselves. Nopeoplearefree Carmel. Please come' out fora to Mr. Richard Knights..
Afterwards there will shouting good time.,
', Grove Gospel Chorus until they own somethingand
be a reception at the home of will begin celebrating their..' .CHRISTIAN VALLEY; have,self pride., Prayer, ,meeting, ,every
Mrs. P. A. Spring, 10885 Thursday night.
Tenth Anniversary Saturday, We are extending to you, a
Elder A. Ford pastor
Perry "Driv Richmond Please pray for thesickandthe MT TABOR
member of
Sept. 27 at 8 p.mand will close, our'community to
Heights. ANEW Higgins; reporter? shut-in. Rev. James W.Hendon pastor'
; i it Sunda.yiat/: p.m. at 1404 There will be preaching join hands with us and help ,
NE 152nd Ter. North Miami Elder make this club grow. Where Wilhemina B. Sands, reporter 1
services Friday night,
Beach. Patterson and congregationwill there Is' unity, there is NEW COVENANT Baptism will be held duringthe

MT. MORIAHRev. Rev W. Henderson is the be in charge of service. strength. Help us build a 11:00 a.m. worship hour on
pastor There will be a musical better future for our youth and Rev. Howard 0. Robinson, Sunday, September 28,1969

A. L. Shipp, pastor this Sunday night program featuring lets prove that Negroes can Betty Hill, Reporter here at the church, all new
Evelyn Souter,reporter the Smiling Jubelairs work together and that we have Baptism will be held on Sun- members and candidates for a
Choir No. 3 will begin their the ability to create businesses day Morning. baptism are asked to be pre- f
of Ft. Lauderdale' at 8
anniversary this Friday at 8 NEW and Jobs for our people.We Our week of prayer will begin sent.Mrs. a

p.m. with a musical programand Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor meet every Monday nightat on Monday, Sept. 29, thru Esther Hendonwifeof!:
will climax Sunday at Willie J. Beard reporterThe 8 P.M. at the Church. Coma Oct3. Please come out and the pastor, is away attending E
3 p.m. They are asking the pastor is closing out a HOPE out and lets Join hands. help us 'prepare for our revival Florida A & M University for t

full cooperation of the church week revival at Central MBC, Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor which will begin on the further study in the area of Ex-

refreshments will be served 5300 SW 20th Avenue, West Elaine Gilbert, reporter following Monday night. We ceptional Childhood, pray that
and the public is invited. Hollywood. Each Thursday night is our KINGDOM urge you to pray for and visit she have a successful year.

Joint rehearsal for choirs Beginning Friday night' the regular Teacher Meeting and the sick and shut-ins. Dinners will be sold at the
No. 1 and 2 will be Sept. 30 Rev. J. Torrence, pastor
Bible class is cor- church on Saturday. Please
Male Chorus will begin ob- everyone Ossie Harris reporter
at 8 p.m. serving their 7th anniver- dially invited to come and call 693-0820 for placing your
Our monthly conference will share with Every Tuesday at 8 p.m.we ANTIOCH orders. 1
sary with a musical program. us. have service all 1
be Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. Saturday all day at the On the second Sunday in Oc- prayer our Rev. P.W. Wiggins, pastor We have many sick and shut-
members and friends are alwayS c
The pastor is away visitinga church, Deacon Williams will tober the Pastor's Aid Club Dinettie D. Cobb, reporterSr. in members of the church,
welcome to come out. 1
sick relative in Georgia, let will celebrate their please for them. Visitorsare
be selling bar-b-que in behalfof anniver Missionary meeting will pray
our Wednesday'at 8 we will
us remember them in the Male Chorus' anniver i sary,plan now to attend. p.m. be held Monday at 7:00 p.m. always welcome at Mt.
have Bible
prayers, the Henderson'sfamily everyoneis Remember to attend Tabor
sary. prayer
invited. Rev. Williams is
in their hour of be-
reavement. On Saturday night, the Dea- the teacher., meeting every Tues. at 8:00

.I '\ coness Board will sponsor a PATHWAY MISSIONWe The second Sunday in Oct. p.m.Promotion ST PAUL AME
banquet in the church's din- Day will be held
celebrate,our firstannual the Deaconess and Mothers'Board
MEN'S DAY ing room from 9 p.m. until? Woman Day, Sunday is' sponsoring a Guest Sunday, Sept. 28 at 9:30. The Rev. T.C.Kelly, pastor
This is in behalf of women's September 28 1969 at and Sunday School is asking the full Mary M. Amos reporterYou
3:00 Day, Rev. Nickerson congregation 1
,:AT MT' CALVARY day. The speaker will be cooperation of everyone.
P.M. 16800 North west 22nd from Mt. Olive will are invited to attend an b
The Mt. Calvary Bapt. Louise Culver. Avenue; Opa Locks, Fla. be in charge. On Thursday, Sept. 25, Afternoon Sip at the homo of L
l Church will celebrate Men'sDay On Saturday night the Male The speaker will be MotherA. The fourth Sunday in Oct. group 2 of the Men's Day activities Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Braynon 'I

Sunday Sept.28 at 1140 NW Chorus will sponsor a sale Ford, The National Motherof the Trustees Board is spon- will sponsor a program 1160 NW 55th Ter., Prizes will b
party and raffle Rev. W.C. will
62nd Street. at the homeof "The True Church of Godn soring a Building Fund Day deliver the Ivery be given to the first 10 persons.
Rev. Samuel Atchison Deacon and Sis. Willie B. { Unity". Deacon Torrence is in message The
is, Jackson The pastor is asking that as t1
pastor of Mt. Calvary. Williams, 15901 NW 17th Pl., Everyone is Invited to come Memorial Hospital, he is chairman of this group is many members v

) Morning speaker is Rev.W. Opa-locka Male Chorus', in behalf of the out and, hear this dynamic soliciting your prayers. Bro.Remember Willie Washington.toattendJr. many members, officials, all

F. Tanner, pastor of St. Anniversary. speaker. A woman gifted with senior choirs, sr. ushers, s
On Sunday afternoon the Church every Sat. at 4:00
Mary's Church and power from bove.Don't p.m.
Coconut young people choir and stewardesses g
Male Chorus will conclude forget to On Friday, Oct. 10,Choir#2
is come and
evening speaker Rev. D.A. to come and
their anniversary with another sponsor a Musical Extra-
Bradley, pastor of Mt.Carmel worship with us every Sundayat NEW PROVIDENCERev. with him to Ebenezer United s
Bapt. Church. The public Is Musical Program., 3:30P.M. Prayer and bless- vaganza. Various groups will Methodist Church Sunday night

cordially invited. ing in every, service. The ., C. J. Burney, pastor perform one's invited.on program. Every- Sept. 28, 19698 p.ni. this is to
Deacon Louis Smith Is CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHI1 pChurch that prays and God Arsula Edwards, reporterThe benefit Women's Day.

I chairman, life Broomfield, heals. Hospitality Auxiliary is LITTLE ROCKRev. Our Women's Day is a little
co-chairman and Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor celebrating their anniversarywith
Bro.Richard more than 2 months Let
i away,
Tate is chairman of publicity. M. L. Nixon, reporlyr ST PETERSThe a United Nations Tea in Dallas Donald, pastor us do all that we can to make
All members whowerebornin Fashion Sunday at Bonded's Millie Johnson, reporter this a successful day. 1
't! the months of May and June, Epistle and Gospel con Recreation Center, 4150 NW Wish to thank the ,community You are invited to come out

,l' ST.. MATTHEWS please contact your captain, test ends Sunday 'with a pre- 7th Ave, 4 p.m. Everyone is for co-operating in the bar- Friday night and hear a 15 yr.'
Sister Nixon this week. arranged at 10 invited to attend.Consecration be-cue sale and
program a.m. every Friday ''old youth bring the word of God. a
Rev. pastor The Adult Ushers' Board is following! the morning service, hour of prayer Saturday toward the buildingof iyou are looking for good o
.,Wynell Turner, reporter giving a tea Oct. 12 from our location, 1611 NW 4th Ct. is held here at 5 a.m. each the new church. Please continue preaching and singing then
The Ushers' Board anniversary "
4-6 p.m, at the home of Sis. Archbishop H. F. Wilkie, Sunday morning to help. The church Kind-don't miss this treat Friday 1+
will be held the fourth
All members and Llllie Jones, 3242, NW 49th, primate and L,, G. Bode, reporter Bible class and prayer service ,garden is prospering beau night Sept. 26, 1969 at 8PM.
Sunday. St. You are cordially invited, Tuesday at 7:30 p.nv tifully. May God"bless it. to Remember our sick and 1
friends are welcome. to come. grow stronger. shut-ins. V

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The Women's Department wishes to thank every missionary for helping Juanita Wiley is president, Sister Wilma Wilson, vice president;

them to put over their first missionary Day Sunday. Sister Pauline Smith, secretary and Sister Elouise Thomas, treasurer.

The theme was: "Righteous Women Being Challenged"taken from I Tim And may I say as the pastor: God's special blessing on every woman in

othy 2:9. this church because they all pulled together with such lovely spirits.

Sister Christine Cohen opened up our subject, followed by Sister Queen Won't you come to church Sunday and bring someone with you?

Ester of A. M. Cohen's Temple. Special thanks to Sis. Cubbage and Sis. Sunday School, 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11 a.m., Evening Worship.

Rebecca Adams and Sis. Janie Hughes for their beautiful part on this day. Elder J. w.. Wilson is pastor.

The pastor would love to praise these women for their very fine coopera- REMEMBER: YOUNGLAND U.S.A. Kindergarten is open year round. We

tion working i together to make this a great day for the building of God's keep children from 6 months of age to 10 years of age. Call and, Register Now:

people and his kingdom. 6930481. ",

, .
Kindergarten Program For South
Our Revival Meeting will Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor A. M. Griffin,pastor

began Monday Night Oct.6. We In October and November, Ella Elam,, reporter .
will have a week of Prayer we are emphasizing full Tte Willing Worker's Club '

Meeting and preaching will church attendance,we are giv- and the Home Mission will Dade Migrant Children
begin the week of Oct. 13th. ing these Sundays special celebrate their anniversary

Dinner are still being sold titles this year: October'sfirst Sunday at 3 p.m. A unique pre-kinder $7,989 each, two more 12 ft.
at the church on Saturday. For Sunday, WorldWide The Willing Workers club, ten program for migrant x 65 ft. portable units are ity of South Florida nine

free delivery call the churchat Communion Suidiy: second will have a dinner sale allday children goes into full swingon slated for delivery to Naranja; teachers assigned to the mobile

8363513.The Sunday, Laymen's Sunday; Saturday at,the home 0 f Sis. October 1 when Dade three to South Dade Labor classrooms participatedin
pastor wishes to thank third Sunday, visitors' hospitality Claudia Bryant 1200 NW 65th County's School System opens'' Camp and one to Redlands a three-week training program

each and every member and Sunday; fourth Sunday, Street. the doors of nine portable Labor Camp. held at West Homestead

the public for making his anniversary Christian Education RallyjNo- The Pastor's Aid Board will classrooms at four sites in Elementary. Each teacher,
a vember Anniversary Com meet Thursday night at the assisted by two aides, now Is
great success. South Dade for registration.A In addition to the trailers,
munion, Anniversary Found- home of Sister Ferguson,1423 pioneer effort for Florida Dade has been allotted thoroughly oriented to the

FIRST EMANUEL er's, ,Every Member Pledge, NW 69th Street.CHRISTIAN. and the nation, the federally- $135,000 for operating expenses aim of the program and theparticular
needs of
and migrant
funded program was set in motion out of a total statewide
Rev. J. E. Wright, pastor Event Sunday children, Frisch man pointed
SCIENCEThe this month when the first
There will be a Musical allocation of $915,000 for 61 out.
Program with the Weary Christian Science Les- of the specially ,designed and units.
son-Sermon subject to be read built trailers arrived at Na-
Travellers of Miami and DRAKE
"Due to the mobility of migrant -
in all churches this Sunday is ranja Elementary. Costing Accommodating 20 children -
other' Sunday at 200
Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. families these children
"Reality." The Golden Textis ages 3.9-4.9, the trail
NW 47th Street. "
T. Green, reporterThe have very special problems,
from Matthew 10:7. The ers are completely equippedto
The is invited. :
pastor wish to thank the be said. "They often suffer
Bible Speaks to hour at provide a prekindergartenprogram
Deaconess and Stewardess from lack of medical and den
1:45 p.m. Sunday, heard over in health, nutrition,
Board Sister Allen tal services limited educational
MT SINAI M. president
radio station WMBM will bea language development, com-
for attending the revival dialogue titled, "He will not Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Sr., municative skills,socialpersonal experiences, inadequateadult
Rev. Cleo Albury pastorB. and the supervision guidance
leading prayer ser afflict." Fifth Church of Christ pastorE. development and physical
Boney, reporter vice. Thanks to the vlsitng Scientist 1600 NW 54th Street Irgram, reporterThe development, explained during the major portion of the
Sunday Is National S.S. and ministers and Rev. Mundy who Len Frischman coordi- day, insufficient rest and improper ,
extends a cordial welcome to Annual Women's Day ,
BTU exercise for the BTU will gave of their time) and moneyto nator of diets."
all to visit our services. has been launched, Mrs. Bertha special programs.
be held at 5:30 p.m. the themeis help us win souls for Christ.
Plans call for break,
T, Martin,Chairmen, Mrs. serving
: "Spiritual Renewal In Sisters Bennet and Ellis are NEW BETHEL Minnie M. Barr and Mrs.Evelyn fast, lunch and two snacks dur- Teachers will compile detailed
Training." The speaker will asking all members to help Gibson, Co-Chairmen ing the 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. school reports on every child
be Sister L. Ef Thomas. with our book. Let us make it Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor day. the coordinator explained?
Alice Harris Mrs. Eloise, R 0 11 e and Mrs.
Rev. V.EubankswnIdeUver ,a great book for our fourth annual reporter Emma Caldwell Louise These will Include height and

the message during the 11 a.m. Women's Day on Novem- Tickets are now on sale fora Holmos, Louise Riley, and Mrs. Under the ,direction of Dr. weight charts, immunizationsand
in Nassau which will be
worship services.The ber 9. Eloise Richardson. These women John Higgins of the Univers- other medical information
the 2nd Saturday in Oct. for
Ushers' Board will '
pre dental records,homo and
have pledged to make thisa
tickets Sis A Harris Sis.
see .
sent its annual ,
Literary program BETHLEHEMAll family Information and rec-
bigger and better Women's
at 3 Meadows, Sis' Norton ,or ,Sis.
Sis. ords
Sunday p.m. Day that have been observed at of home visits.
Audrey Tanner will be the roads lead to Bethlehem Sweeting. TEMPLEThe
speaker. Everyone is invited. on this our annual Youth There will be a dinner sale Ebenezer. State
School 9:45A.M. all day Saturday, at the homeof There are various financial Templeltes will sing I Superintendent FloydD
Day. Sunday efforts being launched, and the Christian summed up the
1100 A.M. Sis. Harris 7159 NW 16th for the services Sunday morn
BIBLE CHURCHOF and Morning a musical Worship program you, Ave., for order to be deliver ladies are very enthusiastic ing. At 6 p.m. Sunday the women Importance .of the program in,
about out their migrant prekindergartenreport
carrying plans.
call 696-4086. will launch their annual
wouldn't want to miss. At 3:00,, '
GOD Youth Day There will be an Old Fashion Dinners will be on sale all day Women's Day drive with a var- :
P.M. During our
andy Pie and Cake sale at the homeof at the church, Saturday. You iety program. All the singing
Observance Many 'youths Sis Hepburn on Friday '1875 may call the church for a din- of the church as wellas "Administrators, teachersand
Bishop E, E. Rahming, pastor '1tb cMlrs will participate groups ,
Shirley Cooper,reporter Those of you who have not paid NW 59th St.. ner.Rev. invited guests,will partici other persons in Florida
T. C. Kelly Jr. and who are concerned with the
Sunday at 3 p.mthe pastorand your assessments for Youth The Women's Day commit- pate. ,The public Is Invited.
members will be at our Day, please do so as early as tee, is sponsoring a trip to Key congregation of St, Paul A ME Sunday will, be 'Promotion educational and physical

other ,church, where Elder possible.The West, October 4, 1969. The Church will render an after and Recognition Day In the growth and development of

Thorton is the pastor, it's chairman, Debris Williams fare is $6.00, refreshmentsfree. service Sunday night. The Sunday School. Parents' and young children must exhaust
Missionary Day. and co-chairman, Aud- Purchase a ticket from United Methodist Men will be guardians are especially urg every available resource in

Tuesday night Bible class; rey Kendrick urges all youthsto one of the ladies of the Church. in charge of class meeting ed to come out and encourage order to nurture and developthe

Thursday night regular services put forth their best to make Pray and visit the sick and Tuesday night. Let us notfor- their children. Be the guestof potentials of these child
this a great youth day. shut-ins.. get the sick and shut-ins. your-child ren."


26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 26, 1969

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.,,'I .',.. I SEE IT Consulting Center, headquar- [ NewsBy
: : II : tered at the University of Mi-.
By JERRY D. MITCHELL ami, has been appointed a Walter Bow
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. visiting assistant professor in
the UM School of Education. The Ladies Aux topost No.
: Miami Dolphins: Racist Dilemma? He will coordinate the semi- 8195 will hold its regular

/II ars. meeting Sunday Sept. 28th at
I In last week's"Times",two sional to be cut from a gamein nars and supervise the 20 interns 5 p.m. All officers and members
; Weekly Horoscopeby articles appeared which accused which he has devoted so in a new pilot programto are asked to be present,

: the Miam Dolphin'sfront much of his life and effort to, trainpara-pr Qte ss I ona I at the post home perbroke-
( rj OLCA office and coaching staffof or that the player Is probably teachers for work with disad- road. Our member-ship-

84. 10 17 88.08 being a racist organizationwith married and has a family to vantaged students drive are still on, contact Mr.

kRIES (March 21.ApriI19): First four days of week will Incompetent managementof support, or maybe he was try- The program is headed by Addle James, 983-0198, Mrs.

find you full of vinegar. You'll want to take on the whole their playingpersonnel.I'm Ing to play for at least five Dr. Joseph Barton and Dr.Ella Eleanor Bowe 989-5844, Mrs.
world. Would you believe one country at a time? Your referring to the articles "My years to qualify for the pension Travis. The Interns can Ruth Hart 989-1617, Mrs.

attitude will be positive, and you will have opportunity to Time" by Phil Dixon and Bill earn 12 credits applicable to Amena Seymour 989-6959,and
fulfill longtime ambition. Success is within your grasp. McBride's "From Where I He then took this timeoutto state teacher certification, Mrs Josephine Thomas. 981-

F Check your health, so you'll be able to hold it once you Sit" say that the sports depart- and next semester will workas 9918. Don't forget our Fri,and
get a fistful. Mr. Dixon stated that if the ment at Channel 4 and the Dol- full-time teacher aides In Sat. night fish-fry. The publicIs

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Week begins casually but season's opener, where the phin front office does not pat four Dade County schools invited to be our guest, at

middle four days of week will be real rlng-a-ding-dingers. Dolphins lost to Cincinnati each other on the back. Orr will also teach of the VFW post No 8195.
Your timing improves as far as, relations with partner is 27-21, was any indication of Bernie Rosen stated that the seminars. one Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mc-
concerned. You will have unusually deep insight into George Wilson and his coach- Coach George Wilson's pos- Keeverof4715SW27thSt.W.Hollywood .

character of one of opposite sex who recently has come on ing staff's ability, he would sible reason for only playing Fla.,c e Ie bra t e d
the scene. Keep a close eye on the one you love. Follow join the growing mob of Wilson Gene Milton and Eugene [CENSUS their 22nd anniversary Sept.

hunches. haters. "Mercury" Morris In spotsis ]3, and wish to t!'ank the many'
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Usually you don't hold a Mr. McBride commented
that they still have a lot to COUNTDOWNCensus Friends who attended from Mi-
grudge Gem, but during week ahead there is one who will'
all-white offensive
that an learn about playing profes- imi, Brown Sub, Opa Locks,
drive the to understand that
to breaking point Try
you team Is a "new look" in professional sional football. Mr.Rosen then and West Hollywood, thanks
this is not worthy to kiss the hem of
person even your Day will be April 1,
football while the
posed this question to me. again for the beautiful gifts
Know this and all of
garment. put negative thoughts out 1970. Until then, Census
other twenty-five professionalteams Would I rather see Milton and The Health Dept. of Hollywood
your mind. Last two days of week are excellent for Countdown will bring Information
romantic have at least two black Morris in the game Just to' you will offer Immunization
yum.yumsCANCER from :and about the
'(June 21.July 22): Big decisions are to be offensive starters. If Mi:Bride satisfy the Wilson haters, United States Bureau of the (baby-shots) to well babies of
considered in week ahead, Moonbaby. Dialogue is essential will remember, the DolJilins'had knowing that they might get Injured Census. mothers who work duringday.

with one older and wiser than you. Listen and learn. Larry Little, a graduateof because they don't know When Every 4th Tuesday of each
Evaluate advice then make up your own mind. Are love, Booker T.and Florida Ai M, all the ropes of the game, or we compare black Incomes month at the Carver Ranches
with white incomes
and dignity trying to share the same bed?It can't be done, on their offensive starting unit would I rather wait until Milton find ,we Park at 21st St. and 48th Ave
the black consis-
you know. until he was injured in a preseason and Morris: learn the gameas figures For information call 525-
tently low. One is that
,LEO (July 23-August 22): Leo, Leo, Leo, will you stop game. the''pros' play and really black reason 6311
running around In circles? Focus your efforts and results With all.these bad things develop Into fine players? It families are three times The Carver Ranches Fire

will follow. Keep going at present pace and you'll go being said about ,the Dolphin was an easy chore. I chose the as likely to be headed by a Dept. meets every Monday
bananas. staff I started to wonder if woman as white families, and
,. latter. night at 8 p.m., officers and
VIRGO (August 23-September 22) You're in for a few they were true. I decided to Rosen then noted that women traditionally earn less members please be at this

low days in week ahead, Virg. But you can handle pay a visit, to someone in the neither McBride nor Dixon than men. meeting.,

whatever situation arises. You will be unusually calm, midst of the, sports, world. I. quote even one of the black Even among men with the Mr. and Mrs Bernard Dor-,
while those about going to pieces. This will give same amount of schooling,the
you are took a of the "Times"with
copy players as to say that thereis sett of 920 NW 9th St., Ft.
figures whites
them Your cool will tide are higher.
strength. judgement everyone me to the 'studios of
tokenism in the Dolphin or- A white high school Lauderdale to celebrate their
thru. graduateover
WTVJ I was greeted Bernie ganization. He said their con- 1st anniversary at their homo
,.. LIBRA (September 23-October 22): First, four days may age 25 earns about $1-
Rosen of
sports producer clusion must have come! from 800 Sept. 28th, on this Sunday at .
find you emotionally exhausted: Perhaps physically as Channel 4 for some years. He more per year than a black
r well. After all, they go hand.and-glove. If you have been hearsay. graduate (median Incomes). p.m. Congratulations
me into. office
When Bob Hallaren Bob
what consider And the difference
maneuvered into a corner fighting'for you a is about
where had informal and
we an
just cause, relax. Before weeks over the situation will frank conversation about the Gallager and himself would go $3,000 for' college graduates.In .
clear. And the Scales (your sign) will balance once again. on the road with the Dolphins, fact, the, median income for 2 TAYLORS
racism the Dol-
alleged on noticed racism In Wilson's
they no -
SCORPIO (October 23-November 21) You've had your black college graduates is$I-,
phins. I explained to Mr.Rosen
peaks, Scorp, now is a week when you enter into the decision as to who would 140 less than the median for Male
valley of fatigue. Avoid being tyrannical with those at that my earnest Intention for play in a certain spot."Georgedoesn't white high school graduates.This pants any style
coming down was, Just to let care if you're red Make pants in 3 days
home. You may desire "complete obedience" from those week's census count-
with whom you have daily contact, but Olga has news for him see what some people are yellow, black, brown or pur- down was reprinted from the Make pants fit.better

you: you ain't going to git it. saying about'the Dolphin organization ple .- he's.paid to coach the leaflet "We the Black Peopleof Alter pants fit & style

SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): During Dolphins to win ball games" the United States." For a
first half of week you will be put In position where you Mr. Rosen read both the articles Rosen remarked. "Wilson free copy write census,Wash- Make suits any style

will have to come to grips with a situation' which may and disagreed with thema knows that if the Dolphins don't ington, D. C. 20233.MIAMI Make suits in 7 days
prove difficult You have the edge, Sag, so don't fuss. great deal Mr. McBride win seven games this year,
You'll come out of the deal smelling like a rose. spoke about the abrupt cuttingof he'll be looking fora new Job." Make suits fit better

CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): Please be on Rudy Barber, who later I hope that from now on when Change suits fit & style
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guard Cap. Week ahead holds many surprises for you. charged in the daily press that George Wilson decides who -.

Don't fall for a sob story. Don't be a pushover in any'area. he got the axe because he was will and will not play, and you TIMES Take any deposit amount

Don't get carried away. In short, Cap, don't allow yourselfto black. decide with no hesitation in Clothes from your,cloth
be "used." Mr. 'Rosen reasoned that your mind that he made the ADS We have over 300 patterns
AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): One born under Barber used the "black" ex- decision for the team's sake
the sign of Gemini will influence your actions in week cuse for any possible number and not Just because of color, 'DON'T COST I

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Perry To Speak At Mt. Zion Sunday.
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Moses L. perry,a deacon or fa
the Mount Zion Baptist Church rally iswithhim. He mar Church, had this to say:

here, and now serving with tied L. Johnson the former of this Miss Johnnie "Moses is the answer to our BUSINESS DIRECTORYLOUNGES I
city. They
will Y.M.C.A.be the in principal Uganda,speakerat Africa have four children,three girls prayers.wanted The missionaryre-church has always -

and a son, Moses,Jr.,who has
the Mount Zion Church presentation in a foreign field,
recently finished college workat but never had, the finances to
on Sunday September 28,at the
eleven o'clock hour George Washington U., and send one. The work of the INTERNATIONAL
now study international LOUNGE A-l LABOR
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4400 NW 7th Avenue HEALTH
Mr. Perry comes with seven Law. Moses Jr. was the first STUDIO
through the YMCA is a gratification Earl Edwards, Prop. NO FErPAID DAILY
years of experience inAtrica, (Eagle Scout) to be developedat in which we will all Complete Exercise Driver' Men with cars,
having started in 1962,the year Mount Zion Church. share. Ido hope that many will FUNERALDIRECTORS Equipment Fork lift, Uok-" '., Wore-
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28 THE MIAMI' TIME Friday, September 26, 1969

Cookman To Play In Orlando And JacksonvilleBethuneCookman I


"MYll col- tober 11 and they will Journey to Thoroughbreds)of Kentuckywho running plays and roll out :

lege will participate la two Jacksonville's Gator Bowl OCtober defeated us by an extra passes well However,Barnes f;
"special event type" games 18 to meet Savannah State point last season. I also havea is a better standup passer and V

$ this Fall and Coach Jack Mc- College! newest member of the lot of respect for SavannahS throws the long ball with good 6! b

Clairen has an exciting teamto SIAC Conference.. tat e for they've given SIAC controL 1
DIXON I P display. The Wildcats will :McClairn said,'Both games Conference teams trouble for It was announced by Dr. ''I E

play Kentucky State College in should be thrillers. We have a many years.". Johnny Jones, President of the .

-.- .-..-..-.-.-.- #,,- .- Orlando's Tangerine Bowl Oc- score to settle with the While McClairen refused to Alumni Association,that tro i

During the past week saw a lot of you at the various games, comment on the status of the sponsored by the Royal 11

however, I saw a couple of,things and heard about a couple of Wildcats be appears unsure Crown Cola Company will be

: things that none of us need to be good sports. The incident or about the quarterback situa- awarded to outstanding t
series of incidents that led to canceling all night games in Rattlers Trademark Of tion. He said, "Charles players during halftime ceremonies ;1\\ (

Homestead was definitely uncalled for. I know the blacks were Barnes and Jam IS Petersonare Dr. Jones also announced : 1

intimidated; but they did a little intimidating themselves.; To improving rapidly." Then a change in weekend t

say that one or the other was right Fll not say; but I will say 'Busting The.Bail" Out, Thursday he reactivated activities. The coronation will ,i:
that violence in a crowd like that was wrong on everybody's Ronnie Denson, a. former be held in the SheratonHotel

,, part, What a lot of people fail to realize is that very few times TALLAHASSEEAS."Jake" is' gone. "It is one of the adjustments Campbell star' who was cut Chantilly Jtoom at 800. ,\ 1k

do 'the persons directly involved. get hurt, it is usually,the Gaither of Florida 'we'll have. to earlier this month. With the season opener with 'S
persons trying to break-up'the conflict or the person who is MM University has' no use make," Gaither said. Barnes, a ,second year man Morris Brown College only
from, Fort Lauderdale saw limited two weeks away, Coach McClalren ,
trying to get out of the way that gets hurt and sometimes for the new college football And the many Rattler fans ,
action last He reduced the practice
h killed rule disallowing "busting the not aware of the rules change season. II V
We all talk of but to have to back to afternoon was used mostly on the field drills to one a day. Saturday S
progress; go ball" after a touchdown.., will be surprised when a ,
games to protect the lives and UmJs:: of Inocent people, I don't The act slamming the FAMU player doesn't bust It telephone I Peterson was a defensive 'morning, the session was limited h

think is,,too much progress.Then too,we must remember, thatt. pigskin to the turf in apparent after, scoring. but they will standout in his first} to punt formation action k p
with the Wildcats last and punt return blocking assignments I
.- age and size do not make an adult. Until we learn to talk and excitement by the player scor- be' even more surprised if he season
live with and above all, understand our fellow man; we will be ing the TD Originated at does, wondering why their year. He played' quarterbackfor Gregory Dobson,
faced with situations like the Homestead thing.To quote a fellow FAMU during the reign ofGai- team is kicking off from their former' head coach Bud Delray, 'has the edge on pun 1 a
scribe i and friend "life is too short to Asher at Father' Lopez I High ters with a consistent 40 yard I
a good carry ther and 'was later carried to own' 25 instead of; the 40.
live life miniute of it." School. Peterson handles the average.
grudges so, every golden the professional ranks'by the
Speaking of living life, I won't let last week's predictionsstop late Willie Galimore FAMU h

me. Even though I called a number of games wrong and and Chicago Bears fame. 48

witnessed some of the upsets myself, I won't give up. After "The hew rule makes no tob top

the dust settled I came out with fairly good scorel! High school sense at all," said Gaither.
703 '.700)); college 2-1 (.667)); professionals 7-6 (.538)),,The "It's a completely harmlessact

way I see this week's games; and it happens after a r .'' a

touchdown is scored and the o
''play is'ead anr.ny. r
Coral Gables over Edison- The Raiders are good but not that
good. "It's unfair, too," Gaither
continued.A team will
South Dade over Coral Park The Rebels won't have to battle get a TIA 1 G
15-yard penalty for busting the : '
the crowd also. _
ball after a play is completedbut s _
Norland over North Miami Defense gives the Vikings the j
edge only five yards for defensive -

Miami Springs over Curley The Hawks come back strong. holding when the ball is .
still in It doesn't ; >
play. Just
Carol City over McArthur The Chiefs are over the jittersnow. ) o. '4 I.ti
make sense j '\\ tia

Northwestern over Central The battle of the rebuilders the For many years "bustingthe .'
I ball" was a trademark of 0v
Bulls the best.
FAMU and one didn't have to i
Klllian, over,Columbus Close; but the Cougars should come '1
wonder about the alma materof
through a professional if he ti
Key West over Miami Beach the Conchs get another soft player ,I tlh
busted after the'
one crossing '
.,. touch. :_ : '
line.It y
goal ?
Hialeah over Miami High The Thoroughbreds are off and $ F
even filtered down into the __ I II
., running. I S
high school ranks'-but was S
Palmetto over Southwest-- The Panthers are a shade better. 4 4
,looked upon with an unfavor- r _
than the Eagles. w. s ,
able eye by high school offic- ,_ 1.S
COLLEGE ials and often a high school --L"..-- _' _____ '__I__ 1.C

''Miami over Florida State- The Canes been waiting for this player was given a stiff warn White Grldders At Bethune-Cookman
one. ing if he slammed down the

Florida over Mississippi State-The Gators keep on growling ball after a touchdown. First white gridders to wear Bethune-Cookman College Wildcats uniforms n r

Tampa over Parson The Spartans aren't that bad. But it was flashy and is from left to right Kenenth Brown linebacker Warner-Robbins, Georgia; Joe 4
showed "class"which
new Bethune-Cookman look. over Morris Brown-The Cats unveil the interpreted by many as cockiness was Wagner, D-end Daytona Beach; William Harliss, D-tackle New Smyrna; Den- aC

In truth it was only a nis Watkins linebacker Wlldwood and Head Coach Jack McClairen.
colorful display of confidence a
PROFESSIONALS Los Angeles over Atlanta b
the kind of confidence shown
Baltimore: over Minnesota
by all Gaither coached team.?. 0L
: over St. Louis over Chicago
4,' Thus, a Rattler trademark
over Cleveland over Washington h
Miami over Houston Dallas over New Orleans
i New York over San Diego New York over Detroit r
a Kansas City over Cincinnati Green Bay over San Francisco 1

n Philadelphia over Pittsburgh Agents Wanted 1
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Chump of the week; Calvin Davis I hope you've found Florida and Georgia. They 'JM.
be and GREYHOUNDPast
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your key by now old buddy. adults. Make spending
We arm chair quarterbacks and fifth downers had quite a
Write or call Mrs.
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The $1.1, ., million Poinciana, and 90 feet-are: 95%complete. County Housing and Urban Development by Professional, Handicappers, Owners, Trainers and Racing Officials g

Park plus'a $ZOO,ooO swim The 60 foot diamond will' be Department with a for more than 20 years. Ther 's no other authoritative publication. a
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MIAMI TIMES. Friday. September 26, 1969 29

I Rattlers Open Against S. Carolina State Oct. 4 -

r'' TALLAHASSEE South Final full scale conditioning Schoolfield and halfback Glenn for that game, he said. @ REPORTSBY
Carolina State was the pass- drills were held
t1 Tuesday and Edwards, Schoolfield was Today's session was to
word today as the Florida A&M the Rattlers tapered off their hampered by a sore leg and have the freshmen set up in
Rattlers began the serious generalized practices with a HALEY SOFGE
Edwards was bothered by the Bulldog defense and have
business of preparing: for light workout with no contact. Charlie horses. Both partici- the regular offense work
their season opener with the The only regulars not at full pated in Tuesday's light work- against it. Director of Dade County Department of

.I" Bulldogs here October 4. strength were flanker Kent out but neither donned pads. The freshmen missed Tues Housing and Urban DevelopmentThe

Head Coach Jake Gaither day's practice because of tests

t was back at the helm after and freshmen orientation but

JOE BLACK ON SPORTS missing the last three prac- Griffin said they would be back Community Services Division of Little HUD provides

tices because he bad to be on the field today. individualized counselling and referral service to residents
t,. out of town although he did The Rattlers are not
\ (Former Dodger pitcher now Vice-President of public housing and of the Urban Renewal-NDP areas.
; Special Markets
have to leave early to attenda the freshmen this year. They
Greyhound Corporation)
meeting. will use a system similar to
The division consists of two units, the Housing and the Ur-
Head defensive coach andGaither's the taxi squad
,i. It's been several weeks since I shared the sports pages with pro dressingsome ban Development units., Both units face the same problems:
No.2 man Pete rif- of different
! you readers, but there have been soma exciting things happen- fin said the boys are in con- This the first games.play- not enough money, chronic illness, unemployment, marital
. log in the world of sports. Let's review some of the sports dition way year problems, mental Illness, problems with children, problemswith
now and ready to concentrate ers will have a full year of full
''i head-lines. schools, lack of knowledge of community resources.
on the Bulldogs. scale varsity practice and
Richie Allen of the Phillies has been re-instated on the Sometimes the need is for emergency assistance, sometimesfor
"We are going over the next year they will not have to
team, but his manager Bob Skinner, has Joined the ranks of South Carolina State scouting under-go the usual transition long term help.

unemployed managers. ironically, since then Richie has made reports and study the game from the freshmen team to the

several television appearances and many of the people who film and start getting ready varsity. Whatever the need, Community Services Division is thereto
1 had put him down as a big actor now view Richie Allen
as a
members work with all
help, or at least to try. CSD staff
personable and outsanding with the human
ball-player trait of
the agencies, public and private, in Dade County, and keep aa
"goofing" now then. Electronics And Automotive up-to-the-minute knowledge of the community's resources and
The Chicago Bulls of the National Basket-ball
League havea how best to use them.While the aim is to do whatever possibleas
new general manager and his first two acts were the trading -
fast as possible to help their clients,the stress is on help-
of Jim Washington and Bob Boozer. Washington was the Mechanics At Miami High ing the client tohelphimself,and their motto is: "Never do fora
team's top rebounder and Boozer the Bull's
was scoring ace.
client what he can door what you can teach him to do-
It was explained to me that in order to get Chet Walker from for "
the 76'ers, the Bulls had to give up Washington. But what The Miami Senior High on a three-quarterUmebasls. himself.

good is a play-maker if he doesn't have a scorer to give the Adult Education Center, 2450 This means the veterans will

ball to. The best things that rye heard about Kaufman, the SW First Street, now has two attend class 25 clock hours a Referrals to both units come from a variety of sources the

player Seattle gave in exchange for Boozer,are his size (6'9"> training programs In elec- week from 6 to 11 p.m. Monday client himself,neighbors, managers,schools,churches,health

and 250 pounds) and he can run a hundred yards in 10.2 seconds tronics and automotive me- through Friday which will en- and social agencies, and are accepted from any source.

Size and speed are great, but who is going to give Boe- chanics that are approved by title him to a monthly subsis- Service is always immediate in an emergency,and within a dayor
reverkle the needed ability the Veterans Administration tence allowance of$95.00 if he two otherwise. Almost all contacts with clients are home

The Chicago Bears and big George Seals have agreed to be is single with no dependents, visits.
.$115.00 if married
friends again This is good news for Gale Sayers because big $135.oolor
George is the Bear lineman who "blows" the opposition Temple Adds wife and own child, and $7.00
away for each additional dependent.The The Housing Unit has been active in the area of Tenant Involvement -
for the dazzling runs of the "Kansas Comet."
electronics and automotive and Organization .. The Larchmont League for
But the is the sudden of the
big news emergence "amazing"Mets
Black Better of from Larchmont
StudiesTemple mechanics course Living, composed representatives
Gil is the for real Mets
Hodges' crew now as they en-
meet for a total of 1,080 clock Gardens, its schools and churches, EOP1, and neighborhood
joy the high plateau of first place in the Eastern Division of
businessmen and the active Relations
the National League. Tom Seaver and Jerry Koosman, right, University has es- hours each. School in session Police-Community pro-
,. which in the and Larch-
grams were presented Liberty Square
\ and left-handed pitching stars of the Mets, are tantalizing the tablished a graduate course in j l/ the year around except for mont .
areas week.
opposition hitters ana Tommy Agee and Cleon Jones are pro- Black History This is looked brief vacations in August and

viding the offensive power. upon as a first step toward an December.The .

Meanwhile, the Cubs are finding out that no National League Afro-American Afro-Asian Miami Senior High Beginning with what seemed to be mutual hostility between

team has a "laugher" in the pennant race. Each team has its Institute. Adult Education Center also residents and police, and working with both theCIty of Miami

, hot and cold .streaks. For most of the '69 season, it was the Some 30-odd students have offers VeteranAdministration Police Department and the Dade County Sheriffs office, Com-

year of the men who play in the friendly confines of Wrigley registered for It--about half approved training programs in munity Services Division arranged a series of meetings be-

Field. The Cubbies have been in first place ever since Willie of them black and half male. high school completion, office tween residents and police which evolved Into the summer pro- s.

Smith hit his game winning home-run Qn opening day. The course is under the direction occupations (Secretarial, grams. The results have been pleasing to both residents and,

But"nbw some of the Cub fans are lamenting: "somewherelittle 'of Dr. L.D. Reddick,a bookkeeping, and stenographic police officers.

children are pla'Ing'bands are playing, and the sun is well-known black scholar, ), air conditioning and

shining bright, but there is, no Joy in Wrigley Field for the educated at Fisk and the Uni- electronics on a one-halfbas- The efforts of the Community Services Division have been

Cubs are now number two." versity of Chicago, who has is. The veteran's monthly felt by the many clients with whom they have worked, by other

No athletic team needs fair weather fans, by that I mean, a written four books and is list- subsistence allowance on a community agencies where they have made the road a little

iq real fan supports his team in defeat as well as victory. And ed in Who's Who in America.For half-time basis is $60.00 If he easier for the residents,and by this large department of Little

, ', now Is the time for the Cubs' fans to give them their cheers the past two years Dr. is single with no dependents, HUD which welcomes continual reminders that the welfareof
Red d i c k has taught a unique $75.00 if he is married
f and pats on the back. ,$85.00for the people we serve is our top priority.

It is my opinion that Ernie, Ron, Billy, Fergie, Don, and course in the Temple Univer- wife and one child, and
Glen will sity Evening School on the $5.00 for each additional de-
make the Eastern Division play-offs if they learn to
accept defeat and play only their game. If they try to play Economics of the Ghetto. He pendent. On a half-timebasis WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE FAILED

both gaines, theirs and the Mets then they'llbave to adopt the is also the Coordinator of Pro- the veteran must attend a SHE HAS SUCCEEDED
grams and Policies for OIC minimum of 15 clock hours a fJ
"Wait until :
Dodger expression: next year. (Opportunities Industrialization week. MOTHER ANN
Been wondering who is leading in the race for The Greyhound
Centers). Students Reader and AdvisorAre
Awards, well here's the stolen bases leaders: may enroll at any Spiritual
"Black History," he says, time. The registration office you facing difficult problems? 'Poor Health
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE, "is not only concerned with Is open from 2:00 to 930pm.: Money'or Job Trouble? Drink, Lav or Family Troubles?
Lou Brock Cordinals 52 Tommy Harper Seattle 70 putting in the. missing 'pages Monday through Friday. The Do you wont more happiness and 'good fortune In life?
if have any of these problem or others like thorn,
Bobby Bonds Glans 41 Bert Campanerls Oakland 58 from World and American registration fee is $2.00 for deir you friend, there is wonderful news of a remarlt&ble

Morgan-Astros 41 Pat Kelly Kansas City 39 History, but is'concernedwith each semester and there is a now way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
the distinctive institutions small charge for books and numli.rs."See Mother Ann today.$5 reading, S3 with Ad.
points of view that have been shop fees. For further information OPEN A. M.'TO 9 P..M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

developed, in, the Black telephone 642-0414 Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue

Your Dog World." ';11, after 2pm. MIAMI, FLORIDA '

1 %%%%y;%%% =--=W

And YouBY ,2 Days Saturday & Sunday I j ff:: FREEI 'l1j :


..-..L- - 40 DISCOUNTS 1 wff' ....".3SZ3i': a7.r\ ., '.'

Leaving off last week, we to direct,sunlight. When they' I MEETING 1'I
were at the point of caring for are three weeks old start feedIng -

your mother dog. Right now is them on soft foods such as Carpets of 100% Acrylic H I i

the time she really needs lots cereal and milk, making sure AV EOn Carpets of 100% Kodel f ILJc
of calcium and phosphate to the mixture is very soggy. As Carpets of 100% Nylon I Liberty ; kf

replace that which she has the pups age, get them to rely Carpets of 100% Herculon Y o
given the Her main diet on heavier foods and be less ;
pups. | Square
" at this time should be protein.By dependent on their'mother.. Choice 99 1:
Their milk teeth are well developed arpets3
feeding her she
heavy now
, can be bred again .in ,six at ,this stage and can Reduced : 'yd., | 6306 NW 14th Avenue t::

, months.Now. hurt the female nursing.
'we'U'go back: 'tome Make-sure to handle all the NYLON PLUSHES, HERCULON & YJ

pups, at this stage of life they pups often so they can get used HI-LO PATTERNS, AXMIN- r| MondayISept.

should be very lively even to human hands and present a STERS AND DUPONT 501 NY-

though they cannot see or hear., very good show when a prospective ,LONS. All Carpet First Quality .
Make sure all the pups coats buyer comes over to Yff .' 29th f::1
look.If. Nick Ferguson, Press ti
are shiny and free from sore Coaster set given to 1 .adult, :
or parasites.. (Don't worry your pups are sold before FREE In each family: attending this sale. f| 7-10' P." M., .... L
about the small nodules of pus they have bad their puppy Don't miss this chanceto is S

on the stomach as these are shots, advise the buyer as such get more for your money g councilmen, legislators. ::
Dade dignitaries i' l judges, %
and and don't forget to tell.all buy- .
very common in puppies '
are ,not serious). U you find ers to go to the vet within 48, Bring In your measurementsCARPET Be the. first to hear them.: ; ., \:.'.tI ( |:

the hours to insure themselves the '
any problem other than
normal ones, call a vet immediately pup they have is healthy. ff Liberty City Community |
Don't wait. Each week we'll take the r 741 N.W. 54'StreetPhone7545561 ;

At around ten to fourteen most important questions and (
call and let's talk. Voting Rights'
days old the pups are now experiencing discuss, so I I
the first light to coopers'Canine Service 691- FREE PARKING REAR OF BUILDING

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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. September 26. 1969

: CHILDCARE ;K..;x;;;,.:*:;..':.'.ttMKxttta; ; ;;;;;; ; ;.;.;.;.:.;..;.':.";.::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;;:::::;:::;:::":;:.;.;,:*:,:,:*:':.:.::::.

CLASSiFiED ADS Childcare in my home, your 11 I f' Beauty i Salon il:
child will have the best of care ti''
I in my home. Mrs. Anderson I Under New Management !i
20 WORDS OR LESS $240. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :.VORD. 759-8335. Indef.) ]}

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*' FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTED Painting ':ti 3 To better serve' your beauty needs, Mine and ::1:1:

4 2130 NW 81st TERRACE Kindergarten. Good area A-l Cook and other household ::: Yours is under the management of Mrs. Wilhel- ::::
Beautiful 3 bedroom, CBS Fully equipped. Call 633-2306 duties. Must be efficient. Interior i1;; mina Starkey Ingraham, nationally known Instructor @
home, carport and enclosed evenings. Have own transportation.References :;t:::: lecturer and demonstrator, former owner of ::=:

porch, large rooms, FHA required. Sleep out. & Exterior :: Starkey's Salon of Beauty, an associate I of the i 1
mortgage, low interest rates, $900 down FHA. 3 bedrooms, Year round. f
Other help. Call ::; Vogue Beauty Fair. Mrs. Starkey has brought to ::
no 2 bath house. North of 79th
qual1ty1ng.$2500down.Call 9458232. Free Estimates :::: Mine and Yours, a vast knowledge in hair dressing ::::
owner. St. at FHA valuation seller
7585400. '
::;jj::1 featuring the permanent line of ,STRAIGHT ,::
costs 1
NO QUALIFYING- pays closing*. ***. **.,**mortgage Beauty advisers to sell cos- |ti:: AHEAD BY CLEA SHEA, the longer lasting and ;:;:
MOVE INI! metics. Earn as much as you Call 836-2730 ::: permanently straight hair. It's what's happening ;:::
bedroom 2 bath CBS directly
like at your convenience.'Call 1::;: ,now. Go STRAIGHT AHEAD WITH CLEA SHEA. ::;
across Top location. Near NW 36th
2105'NW'' from 56th new school at St. and 5th Avenue Modern 691-9392 or 751-7449. ::::: Get yours today. Mrs. Wilhelmina (Storkey) (In- :<:ti

painted inside and St.out.Freshly Fenced building, like new. If you have (Dec. 31) BANK !;11; graham, Mrs. Glitter King, Mrs. Amanda Cherry i:1::;

yard. Price and payments to $5,000, this is your best in- I: invite your appointment. Call: 4449282. iiii:

be arranged. $1,000 down and vestment. It will buy the pro- REPOSSESSIONS ;:!::;:':':::':;:;:;:Ni:::: :::::::':::::::::::;:;:::::::::::;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::: ::::;:;:;:;::;::;:;:;:;:::;
move right in. Life Realty, perty for you and let you live MADAME DIANE 1965 Bonnevi lie Pontiac
Broker 759-4371. ,rent free too. The lady from the land of
PAN-AM REALTY, miracles. She should help 1966 Galcxie 500 Ford

SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING, REALTORS 6422934By where others have failed She ne SKillS BAN.KWANTS
'-f COSTS We, .,have 4 CBS du helpes you on all problems and Come in or Call: h.
plexes that can be bought for owner. Northwest area. 3 sickness. Gives lucky days and 'Mr. Duffie at:, .

FHA valuation of$17,000 each, bedrooms, Florida room, this numbers.ad.Phone Special reading with National Industrial YOU!
$700 down, $120.86 month.and awnings, double garage, con- NW 7th 6889128.14060 Bank of Miami
seller will pay closing costs. veniently located. Beautifully *CAMERAMEN
2 bedrooms each side, will landscaped. Minimum payment (Sept 26&0t3))' 6013 NW 7th Avenue TRAFFIC PROGRAM CLERKS
paint inside and out. Life $3,000 down. 7576507. 159-4321
Realty, Broker 759-4371. CHILDCAREI *ENGINEERS .
2169 NW 49th Street. 2 bed- ADVERTISING SALESMEN
5700 NW 4th Avenue CBS 3 room house. Fla. room, re- have f room for infants. Best -
bedroom 3 bath, tile roof, decorated, full price' $7500. of care In my home 634-2465 NEWS: Writers Editors Reporters
oak floors, sprinkler system, $500 down. Why pay rent. See (pt. 3)) COIN LAUNDRYFOR *SECRETARIES ;
'total price $14,700This is the this place and call owner 758- SALE *RECEPTIONISTSIf f

buy of_a lifetime with_a !minimum 5400. Kfnderg rten-Nursery. 5 days This Is an established I you had SOme court of study or job I
down lyment of pavvu. per week., Free pick up and delivery business with tremendous experience that qualifies, you ai a
Terms possible with less Joe's grocery and muket: For information call potential. Located in plea. traineeContact I
downpayment, assume 6%first 7000 NW 22nd Mrs.: santresidehtial
Avenue Eva M Ware, 758-8072 area., $8,000 : SYLVIA ROLL South Florida Broadcast Skills Bank
.. mortgage. $74 monthly pays -- or Mrs. Dorothy Brown 758-: down'will get you startedin ,316 N, Miami Ave Miami Fla 33128 Ph. 377-8241
everything. Aetna Realty NO QUALIFYINGNO 3446. ,,(Sep 26)) owning your own busi'
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. RED TAPE ne S f". (
Phone 757-5724, Open 7 days. Beautiful corner 3 bedroom, Telephone: .
til noon. 2 bath CBS, front porch, car, JUANITA'S DAY CARE 621-9625
port, central heat CENTER
beautifully HELPWANTED
Pick after 8
FHA CHEAPIE 3 real bed- kept fenced yard, wall to wall up and delivery service. p.m. .
rooms, total price $9,000 only carpets, 'stove, air conditioner. For further 'information call ,
$300 down, (Vets and 221 pea This beauty is $16,700, OX, 1-2350. (Sept. 19))
ple $100). Seller will pay all $4,500 down and $91 month All
city jobs
closing 'costs. Completely pays all. Life Realty Broker MDAM'K Y type
c Jpainted> inside and out, close- 759-4371 624-3666. A gifted spiritualist reader a

in neighborhood. Be first] 0 and advisor. Guaranteed to WANT in the
Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW help. Advice .on all problems
54th St. Phone 757-524.Ope n MOVE RIGHT IN love, marriage, courtship

Saturday tu noon. 79th Lovely Street,, 3 bedroom and 10th home Avenue.near find business loved transactions.ones and lost arti-Help, ,JOB SECURITY? City of Miami Beach !

6631 NW Miami Place CBS Front porch, awnings, fire- cles. Guaranteed help. She f
3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, place, furniture, washing m.t- succeeds whre others have GOOD PAY? POLICE OFFICER RECREATION LEADER
tile roof, oak floors, fenced. chine, stove, refrigerator. failed. She gives you lucky FIREMAN'' PARK ATTENDANT "
Total price $17,500-noquali- Price $14,500,$4OOOand$100
.. days and lucky numbers.Blest'
fying.; $2,500 down.Owner will month pays all. Life Realty, sed oil and lucky charm for ADVANCEMENT? SECRETARY LABORER
take back mortgage. Don't Broker 759-4371. the home. From 9 to 9 ,daily CLERK LIFEGUARD,
miss this one. Aetna Realty She Is''a true instrument of AND MANY OTHERS
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph:, God. She helps and heals by The Dade, Co. Park''&
757-5724.,,'open Sat. til noon FOR RENT prayer. 688-9178 11601 NW Recreation Dept. has Apply in Person

Very nice one bedroom duplex. 7th Avenue. (Oct. 3)) IMMEDIATE openingsin 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
6733 35 NW' 2nd Court-Al- Prefer couple.See or call 754- Brownsville
most brand new, 2 bedroom, 1 6294, 212 NW 69th Street. ::=::::::::::::::::::::::::=::::::::::::=:::::I::::::::::::::::::: for area
bath each side duplex. Total l : 1370 Ave.
price $21,000 terms to suit :::: H&SPORTER :I::: ** POOL MANAGERS Washington
,Efficiency. Private bath 'and
purchaser. Assume 6% mort-. !1iii SERVICE LIFEGUARDS
entrance on private lake.Nice | ROOM 202
gage. Hurry!' Hurryl! Hurry! Christian man only. 8400 NW\ .:.i;:" Specializing in: ;|;;1 ** CONCESSION
,Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 NW 10th Avenue. Phone 836-0912."r :;:: *RUGS |::: ATTENDANTS Local 1554 AFSCME'
S 54th St. Phone 757-5724, open Mrs. Pruitt. *YARDS ** LABORERSApply
Saturday til noon. ::;: 'WINDOWS |{n;i Park & Recreation AFL-CIO

7600 NW 4th Avenue 3 bedroom 5 bedroom house: Upstairs ;;;i I Domestic & Industrial ::1 x; Dept., 50 S. W. 32nd Rd.,

2 bath, stove, refrigerator 754-0977. ;ti. PMONE89: 1-3404 | (Vlzcayo) Mon. thru' Fri., I
$12,950., carpeting Seller will, total pay price all Room 6966440. ': >;;?:.K, HolI.y'I Owner' & J. Simmons ;;;:; 8:30 a.m. to 4:00: p.m. I Help WantedPART

FHA closing costs. See this Room in private home. WorkIng i ow.:';:..:.!.:..:-.:..:..,:-.:.:.:>.:...:-.:-.:-..:-..:-..:..-:...:..:....:..:....:..!.......!...........,....'.,'...!::.;:!\; .
house today Aetna Realty couple only. Some cook-
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. ing 7574149.. DRIVE BY OR FULL TIME
Phone: 757-5724, open Sat. til 1899 NW :53rd STREET L.KINGGeneral (
noon. MUST BE 18 OR OVER)
Two large stores. 4314 16 Then Call:
( NW 7th Avenue; Zoned C-2
634-6875 Cashiers
East of expressway FHA $600 Hostesses
633-2429. Jo tee 2 bedroom beauty ,
$115 month pays all
Modern 2 bedroom CBS on large lot., Completely Hauling
largefenced FOR
RENT fenced, extra Fla,tm, Cooks
t yard, newly painted inside larr' Utility 'Help- -
and Tubln 1 bedroom CBS $22.00 appliances, to wall 1401 N.W..
out. Realtors
1 bedroom upstairs $18.00 carpeting 2 air condition-
10035 NW 7th Ave. 758-4429. 1 bedroom apartment $20.00 en/ drapes, blinds, and 51st Terrace Waiters WaitressesGOOD

Lovely efficiency apartmentno many extras. Only $3,000 Phone
I Duplex. FHA $1500 down cars children $18.00 down. No closing 'cost. t
port for each side. Plenty f 2 bedroom CBS duplex $32 owner. 696-3698
f fruit trees, sprinkler system Deposit RequiredReferences JR. COLLEGE STUDENTS
near 79th Street east of ex*,
press way. Tubin Realtors, 'WEST REALTY Required r----j -r--sr-e.-seese..e nn" EXPERIENCE DESIRED
10035 NW 7th Avenue 75 8-, 's Men'si
2020 NW 62nd St.(Open 10-12)() )
& Boy's
FOR SALE 2540 NW 61stSf. Shop I

2 houses 2 bedroom each. HELP WANTED I THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE I
Large utility room $8,500w111 See Mr. Jack APPLY:
r trade for Florida acres or lots Elderly lady to take care of 2 I
2231284. children in return for home I "The Latest in Men' Fashions" I DOBBS HOUSES' .
6919130. I PantsSuitsHats Shoes

50 135. Residence or I Dress Shirts'& fancy Knits I I 9 A.M.-5. P. M..
duplex. NW 32nd Ave between WAITRESS WANTED
48th St. and 48th Terrace.1 Mr. Apply at Harvard's Rest.6314 944 NW 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI I, FLORIDA / MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

d Jackson, 757-9821 (Oct. 3)) NW 15th Avenue. see see ea"ae see-N----r tiiaee r--- .J CONCOURSE #4



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u ._ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 26, 1969 31-1
m North Dade Improvement Association To Meet those who would like to Join,
or just coma as a guest. For
The North Dade Improvement located at 2355 All Baba Ave. re-activated their "choral further information, call Mrs. I
Association would like to The next meeting will be group" and "Basic Ed" clas- Genesta Sweeting at 681-4683
extend an open Invitation to Monday, Sept 29, 8 p.m. the ses at the NeighborhoodCenter. and she will be happy to talk I| I King Realty Inc. of Miami
all civic minded citizens to
goal of North Dade Improve- A hearty welcome' to all with you and enroll you. ,
attend its monthly meetingseach ment Association is social and King'Sit. Buy,"D FA I TORS 8000 NW 7th
fourth Monday of the economic development of the DADE COUNTY Ave.
month, at 8 p.m. at the Opa- local neighborhood. AUTO INSURANCE ISOUR '
iocka Neighborhood Center, The Senior...... Citizens have Low Premium Rates -- :.. 11 KINGDOM
-- - Low CALL
Monthly Payments
/ Immediate SR-22 Filings ..,.kf .. 6932031fMere'i.tyryonl
zr Mon. Thru Fri 30-7iOO$ III
Sat. 9130-4:00

LEE BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY from* /f/teir cjf'e'Writ.
4740 NW 7th Avenue
754-0655 ** S'uytSt.Her ui-rfcifferf/-oy<> '/ I

1490 NW 81 STREET
TiiOwoREAIff Lovely corner, 2 bedroom, 2 both, plus Flo room,
ESTATE t awnings, built-in rang and,oven, hardwood firs,
3074 NW 79TH ST Ejm3 BROKERS no qualifying, $107.50 month pays all.
9435 NW17th 693-4772 xgp* 159.6500 9100 NW 20th Avenue
2 bedrooms each side, fenced, kitchen utilities ..!
FHA-CBS. Duplex.1 bdrm, bath, kitch, liv rm, awnings, FHA $27,000. Seller pays closingcosts.
Ave. din area ea. side, tile rf, tile flrs$18,500, $800
down, $131.24 mo. 27 NW 68 TERRACE
3 bedrooms, baths, central heat and hair, hard-
FHA CBS.3 bdrms, 1 both, terr firs, Fla rm, Ige grndi, wood floors, beautifully equipped kitchen, only
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, 3 reverse cycleair extras, $18750, $3,000 down, $140 mo. pays all. $22,000.

conditioners, drapes, refrigerator, washer, BEAUTIFUL. WATERFRONT HOME. 4 bdrms, 3 1381 NW 96 STREET
dryer and.' many other extras. baths, 2 car gar., terr & hdwd firs, tile rf, CBS, Beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 bath, on lake. Large screened -
: down. $32,500 financial avallab I.. ,
$22,000. $2,000 porch, built-in range and oven. Wonderful area.
stores, bathrooms,'Glily converted for light mfg. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
NO CLOSING COSTS offices, or medical center. 3,000 sq. ft. of fir specialize In homes for persons being displaced -
3 bedrooms, 1 ,bath, sprinkler system. lovelyarea. space, $35,000, $8,000 down, $200 month. in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
, Projects. Vets call to see if you qualify. You're
; 18000. $800 Down MANY OTHER AVAILABLE CHOICE PROPERTIES only a phone call away. "
Call f for appointment
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LOT Agents Wanted T

Duplex. 50x100. $2,500 full price. Agents to sell The Miami
* * Times are wanted all over
Florida and
may be boys and girls or
. PLEASE CALL: 693-3651 adults. Make spending
I money. Write or call Mrs. NOW YOU GOT IT
691-0421 Davis, 6530' NW 15th Ave.,

- - - - - An that offers beautiful
exciting new cooperative community you
residential homes at prices you can afford!

FOR SALE For Example / LOOK WHAT YW' ET ..


I 9 NANCE (including appliances),
3 bedrooms. Rear house 2 bedrooms.
Beautiful tree lined street, I AND IT'S YOURS-.YOU OWN IT
';:,"s. ,,'
Also 4 Bedroom Garden Residence and ,3 Bedroom Townhouse'with
down 75000. ':\" V/i baths, approximately, $132. and $138 per month.COME ; '. '
I payment ,\ "1\,l. ,

No qualifying, no closing cost, I ,. bON'lIE' LEFT OUT IN THE. COLD. ":', l', '" '

OPEN 12,to.9,.P. M. EVERY ,DAY EXCEPT TUESDAY ,:;...:. .

immediate.. occupancy, seller will TOWN PARK VILLAGE,. a _11'st: .

A Cooperative owned, operated and governed by the occupants ... .
decorate both houses. Total payment P. S
438 NW 17th STREET .
ABODE, INC. Cooperative Representatives.. {? '. .
,$190 per mo. on both houses.. 1 house. Sponsored by',the Inter Faith Agency for Social, Justice.'1(1.., .


t will give you $125 per mo. rent. S 0i

That, leaves $65 as your obligationCall _


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373-0686 864-8546 .
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.. 32 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 26, 1969

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