The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 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
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Vol. 47, No. 12 PRICE 15* VOTE TUESDAY


Tenants Ask Rent Strike LawBlack : n

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Miami residents urg- of the tenant," contended El- improvements made. ney's office for study.
ed the Metro commission last vin Dean. "We need a code Under the present code a Under the proposal, when a
Wednesday to tightenflie mini- with teeth." landlord must be given 90 days landlord falls to correcta

mum housing code and to crack Specifically, they asked for to correct violations. serious violation promptly' ,
down on landlord violators. an amendment to the county's Commissioners explainedthat the enforcement officer would
"The code as It exists today housing code, as It applies to county inspectors already advise tenants that the owner
works to the betterment of the Miami, to give inspectors possess such flexibility In un- has Jeopardized his right to
landlord and to the detriment greater leeway In ordering incorporated areas. But when collect rent.Tenants .
the county assumed the city's would continue topay
housing code, an existing 90 rent into an escrow account -
day compliance provision was but the landlord could
Injunction.Against not collect'until'he had com
--- retained. 'They' referred" the r
request to the county attor- plied with the housing code.

Bishop Collins Dismissed Lenora Braynon Smith Is

file Complaints Against I
"Jacksonville An injunction different conferences
sought by five AME Elders le ting money' for Edward Housing Discrimination "Teacher Of, The Year"Black

against BishopGeorgeN.Col- Waters College and other ,
lins was dismissed Mondayby funds until a church court teachers In Florida talents available to more'pu-
Circuit Judge Henry F.Martin could rule on the legality of got a feather In their caps this pils.Mrs.
the alleged acts. Bringing the It has been brought to the attention of The Miami Times week when Mrs.Lenora Bray- Smith, a graduate of
Jr.The five church leader shad suit were Elders D. P. Mack, that many of our citizens are being denied access to decent non Smith was named the Dad public schools and
tried to get court action to stop A.L. Bennett, S. A. Cousins, housing accommodations because they are black! We have teacher of the year in this Florida A&M University, who
Bishop Collins from reassigning T.E. Shehee, A.J. Reddlek and talked with the Commission that administers the Metropolitan state. has done postgraduate work
ministers and churches to Frank Allen. Dade County Fair Housing Ordinance, and they The teaching team leader at the University of Miami,
(Chairman, Judge Harold L. Braynon and Executive Di., from Poinciana Park Elementary said:
rector Frank Cannon) have Informed us that although they School at 6745 NW "Each child is an entity
have received much Information'through} hearsay only a 23rd Ave., was chosen for her within himself, and each child
few black citizens have tiled complaints with the Commission uperior ability to Inspire has, an undeveloped potentialfor
relative to housing discrimination.. love of learning students". worthwhile contribution to ;:

+ This Is Indeed a sad matter when we witness our, people Education Commission ,Floyd, qcletyiIIt',. ., iypya i j ,,,,j y
+ $ 4 tr refusing ,to exercise their'co StttuU nal rights.'For"loo H<; Christian made the award. "Therefore" I consider it my 1 J\\/

p # long many people have, had to give up everything to secure Mrs. Smith, 41 wife of Mi- personal challenge, and that ",

i,..' } r a, 'c G t, v these rights, only,to see people!: who should,know better ami Police"Ltt"ero'l Smith, of all other teachers, to do 'p,
g :'x uee fGdetaa tfew/Be ,,disturb)leg:thfrttJ; i and mother of a young daughter everything within our power'
about these allegations is that most of those. concerned are' began her career as a to find and develop this, and t
well educated,people who earn enough money to pay' the secretary to the principal at to work toward fulfillment of
price of decent housing., Poinciana, but switched to this goal."
We are aware that there are not nearly enough moderate teaching 13 years ago
: priced decent apartments and homes to meet the needs In She Is the first Negro to be
Dade County. Our concern, however is that If those who named teacher of the year in BusinessmenTo
are now able to pay do,not exercise their rights, they Florida.
might well kill the motivation of others who are trapped In Her specialty is languagearts MeetA
our horrible ghetto-like housing areas. U the black community .and her pupils, past and
cannot look to Its better life,where can they turn? present; say Mrs. Smith com- meeting has been called
The key to permanent changes and generally Improving'the bines firmness with enthusi- by local businessman Tom
plight of the black citizens is better housing and
with love.
asm, discipline
} } rf ya[ q' for
1 Washington Sunday Nov.
r more Job opportunities; The time is now for all people to ,
to 16 at James E. Scott Com
When she was reassigned
press for equality In.all.critical area (housing, schools,
a teaching team from the sixth munity Association, 4901 NW
Jobs, etc.).
Y ( 1 Nfyqr grade at Poinciana a few years 7th Ave. at one o'clock.
t .n To cry discrimination and not attempt to attack it helps
b +
back sixth class of the is to
the meeting
grade Purpose
no one.'The black citizens pf Dade County are fortunate to >>
staged a protest march., put together a substantial re- i
have a fair housing ordinance. To have the right to fairhousing'Is (
The principal finally con- ward fund to deal with the rob ) :
.one thing.to utilize the ordinance and the fair
vinced the pupils that Mrs. bers and burglars who have
housing,commission Is the key removing the traditional

..'_"" ,_a _. ....Io\'_....,.. "_y __ racial housing pattern In Dade: help Smith's everybody reassignment, by making would her been business playing community.havoc with the

,Urban League ,Family Of Year: ..

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Moss Study YouthProblems r:

'"Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moss The Mosses gave their

of 9325 SW 128thStreetwillbe views as to the most Important ,h b J ..k4i
hOnored by the Greater Miami problems they had faced as .
Urban League as the Negro parents raising a family In Mi- The Metro Youth Advisory f v
Family of the Year. The occasion ami's Negro community, as Board has organized a task i '
will be the League's follows: force that will make recom I ,;"

11th annual bl-racial Equal ((1)) Surviving on a small mendations In 14 problemsarea. '''I,' (('
Opportunity Day Dinner, this income while rearing and educating w
Saturday evening a t' DuPont their children; ((2)) Drug abuse was singled out 1'j. "
Plaza Hotel iln Miami,which Teaching their children as the area to receive the high- iiAPk ..,./.,,r '
will host upward of 1,000 din choose and act freely; (3) Instilling est priority and Garth Reeves, ;A ';,':: 1';
ners. in them a respect for publisher, and Herbert L. : :: ,
:The selection committeewas others(4)Aiding them In Chastain, chief of the Opa- ; "
: headed by Mrs H. Franklin evaluating failure and success locka Police Department will :, '
Williams and included Rev. ; (5) Permitting them the form the study group. I' 'I,.. '.. ,
Harold Long, Father Kenneth privilege of publicly voicing Peter L. Nimkoff, RabbiSol : :, ; $! '
Major and Elder Jacob Cohen. their opinions and (6)) Teach- Landau, and Mrs. Samuel H. : '! .'/, >>(
Mr. Moss came to Miami 53 ing them that God Is importantin Kruse will study the coordina. ,I years,ago and met his future every phase of life., tion of 'county Interagencyyouth ", >' ; ;
"wife through their church af Another feature the din- services., t 't L. t8 fj <.
.,>>Ja '
been active I The third of
filiation. Both have ner1 will be.an"a ward to Dr. area prioritywas

,memberof theCturch, of God i ;Joseph R., Narot, rabbi of ,psychiatric! and psychological -: Douglas School Tops' In UF
to Christ many .They 'Temple; tor his out-, ;"'rK urc.esfor/'1outb,:; ,. .
have six childrenthr'eeboys'Yand standing contributions to the Edward A.'Sousy, Dr.'Wesley The faculty, with the principal, Mrs. Dorothy W. A three girlsi-;all'pf whom' :concept of equality in the field Nock.WflliarR.RoUe and Dr., 'Elementary' School!, is being congratulated by, the community. citizen / '
are college cr3duatK'Mr.; of human relations.Whitney Edward :Brarnoo''will be the
Moss Is now retired and keeps M.i;Young,Jr.,executive committee:; working< in this for giving above'their fair 'share to the 1969 United Fund Drive. Their contributions I

busy with his hobby of raising director of the National area;, :according F.M. extended to the 120 percent mark. Left to.right:' Rev. ,Aaron D. Hall '

flowers.Mrs. Moss is a coun- ,Urban League, will be theguest Houghton, chairman of thud- Ms. Willie Williams, Mrs. Dorothy W. Adside and Mr. Charles Lockhart. \
selor associated with EOPL sneaker'of the eyentnv. visor board.

rM1AMITFNoveer469.! !; ; -

,CarnivalThe r JOCK's Men's ----l

YMCA under the direction ami Dade Junior College, leadership of Miss Elizabeth Judo, modern dancing, photo- I
of Mr. A Ikln Hepburn Florida Memorial College and Jones. The youngsters, ages graphy and variety of games. Boy's Shop 1
presented Us annual Hal- University of Miami. Students 4-18, expressed, appreciationto Youngsters are encouraged to I
loween carnival, Friday Oc- assisting from the collegeswere sponsors and members of join in the activities Monday I THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE
tober 31. The affair was held Danny Marks, Barbara the YMCA for a delightful thru Friday, 3:00 to,8:00 p.m. See Mr. Jack I
at the YMCA; 5770 NWlSAve. Speights, Earline Dunnell, evening and look forward to I "The Latest in Men's Fashions" II
Approximately 250 costumed Herbert Palmer, Wanza An- next year's halloween Pants Suits Hats Shoes II
youngsters were in atten- derson, Walter Mitchell,Her- carnival. Robert Blake Dress Shirts & Fancy Knits I
dance. The youngsters teamed bert Thompson, Langston The YMCA a non-profit organization -

together throughout the even- Longley, Patricia Robinsonand provides a com- 944 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA
ing participating. In games and Mr. Tex Ferguson photo- plete list'of recreational ac- Gets Nine J
----ss.afie ss--r-sass---ssss ss_
other recreational activities.The grapy Instructor. Refresh- tivities for youngsters.A mong -
group was assisted by stu- ments were served by Girl the supervised activities are YearsRobert :?:::::::::::%::%:: :%::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::jf' "
dents from local colleges MI- Scout Troop 409, under the arts and craft, sewing Karate :: SUPREME WIG & BEAUTY SALON
Blake, who at 16 was
6 QfE considered one of Dade. JJ j THANKSGIVING BONUS '
County's dangerousyoung
criminals, has pleaded 1.;..i. COUPON
r guilty to four charges and been
sentenced to nine years in 11 Ute your Master Charge at our
prison. ::r salon and take JUANITA :::;
Criminal Court Judge Paul ': advantage of any of our beauty services: NELSON :S::1
:c:, Wlg Stylist' ::;::
Baker warned Blake that after *
Permanents, I
::: Re oun Wig Styling ;$::
r serving the nine years he f Holrgood Sal.i Hal| Weaving with but::::::|
would be on probation for 10 :::: Frostings hair| ovoqb|| | :g::: ,
A a fM + more. 1; Special l discounts are available any Monday, Tues ::;$: K

r t k ,F b + Blake, now 17,pleaded guil- : day, or Wednesday, Nov. 13 Dec. 4 with this 1|11 CI
ty to possession of a stolen *:. ad only. :.:.
two i, 9110 NW 11th AVE. 691-9392 1 toSI
car, food store robbries % !
and one charge of assault and *:::::: :::::::::::::::::ftWW:::: : :: :':%:::: :::::::A::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::!III I SID
battery related to a homosexual SIC DG
assault in the county jail. DD

The National Alliance of Fbsfal and Federal Employees celebrated I

Founder's: Day at Martin Memorial AME Church, Richmond Heights. CORRECTIONIn .

National Alliance Postal. and Federal Employees were founded Oct.6, the Nov. 7, 1969 edition, NN.Neils tins $1If
1913 at Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Miami branch was a story on page 26 entitled tr flits AAAAAtr Uf ,
"Pastor's Anniversary" car-
organized In 1949. We pay tribute to the brave founders Henry Mims Sweat ried a three column picture ;

Josiah Thomas and all themail clerks who gave to this organization. We also with no identification. The t./. wa
pay tribute to the many men and women who contributed their time, energy cutlins for the pictures should j< tip

and money to this o.ganirotlon The alliance has built an enviable, record of have"Rev.read S.A.: Atchinson and SIZES 1 to 14 1 ,of ca'

protecting innocent employees from prejudice, persecution and into'erance' family of Mt. Calvary Baptist \ In
without cost. It has protested most vigorously against official interpretations' Church wish to thank their "THE FASHION LAST AND WORD fir w ; com

of the Postal Laws and Reaulations that wouldmake exceptions in practice. many friends and memberswho
The road from 1913 to 1969 has been long and hard. Mony.obstacles, detours, participated in his anni. PHONE 379.4831 fo:
and pitfalls encountered and had versary and helped to make it tel
were to be overcome. The: Alliance aims for
a success. Special thanks to Et
total first class citizenship, its rewards as well as its responsibilities for Rev. D.A. Bradley and Rev. Tta
all men. We shall continue to fight for freedom for all. Tanner and his congregation. S ffrn(



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 14, 1969 3 '

Hairston To Conduct UM Choral WorkshopJester

ff Hairston, Internationally Choir sang the choral music In addition, several choir
known choral conduc- for "Green pastures.' He workshops, directors reading
tor, arranger and lecturer will conducted his own profes- sessions and performance-
be featured at a Choral Work sional choir in "Carmen demonstrations will be held.
shop at the University of Miami Jones," "Land of the pha- Genera) chairman is Dr. Lee
November 14 15. roahs," "Portrait of Jenny," Kjelson, chairman of music
The workshop,sponsored "Foxes of Harrow" and education at the UM. Lillian
the American Choral Direc "Friendly Persuasion."
Meyer, a UM graduate student
tors Association and Florida For the Choral Workshop, on leave from the Dade
Vocal Association, is attract- registration fees are $4 for County school system, is local -
ing.some 250 choral directors directors, $2.50 for spouses, chairman.
from senior and Junior high $1 for college students. The University of Miami
schools and churches in Luncheon reservations are Chamber Singers, Dr. Kjel-
Florida and Georgia. 250. son, conductor, and UM Jazz
Hairston, for 13 years assistant Among performing groups Band L, Jerry Coker, conductor
conductor for the fam- will be MiamiKillianSr.High will perform a concert,
ous Hall Johnson Choir, will School Choir, Ann Duncan, "The Beatitudes" by David
conduct a Directors Chorus at conductor; Parkway Jr. high Baker of Indiana Universityat
3:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14 in school choir, Roscoe Speed, 8 p.m. .Friday, Nov. 14 at
N H: ; Room 226 of the Whitten Me- conductor; the Junior High First United Methodist Church
morial Student Union, main School Honor Choir,Dale Wll- of South Miami, corner of Red
campus, and will lead the directors loughby, conductor; All- Road and Ponce de Leon Blvd.
at 8 p.m. at the Faculty Miami boys choir, Paul Eisen- For registration Information
f t Club in "Amen," his own hart, conductor, and Cham- write Dr. Kjelson, Schoolof
composition which he sang as berlain High School Madrigal Music,University of Miami,

row:' left to right: Mrs. Marian M. Dean, committee chairman; Mrs. the voice of Sidney Poitier in Singers, Tampa, with ',James Coral Gables, Fla., 33124, or
"Lilies of the Field." call 284-4162.
Kathryn Nelson Rev. Aaron D. Hall Mrs. Adside Mr. McCray, clinician.
Dorothy principal; 14 at 10 .
On Saturday, Nov. ...:..... __1 I
Charles Lockhart, Mrs. Willie Williams', Mrs. Lillie Doles. Second row: left t: a.m. Hairston will conduct the I 'Wt

to right: Mrs. Lurine Clarke, Mrs. Bernice Austin, Mr. Ferris Rhodes, Mrs,, 180-voice senior high school
honor choir in room 22 6 of the
Shirley Fields, Mrs. Ellen Hepburn, Mr. Robert C. McKay, Mrs. Celestine student union,and at 3:15 p.m.

Demeritt, Mr. Henry W.. Daniels,. Mr. Willie Clarke., : insert; 'Rev. Edward T,, he will conduct the directors
Graham. chorus again in "The Musicof

Douglas Elementary ,School InvolvesIts Hairston Jester Hairston.graduated" from p tip/,

Tufts University: Boston,
where he majored In music.
CitizensWednesday He also studied music theory
a t th e J u illia r d Instil u t e o i M....-_
November 5, blems which hinder qualitj)r Henry Daniels, CommunitjI r sic. He later trained choirs i. '&
was an eventful day In the activities education for disadvantages dI I School Director, Booker T,,. for radio and Broadway shows
of the American Edu- youth. Emphasis was place Washington Junior H igh Schoo::1 with such artists as Andre
cation Week Committeeof on Increased community in, and Commander of John Grif-. Kostelanetz, Don Voohrees,
Douglas Elementary School. volvement as a means to close s fin Post 165 AmerlcanLe Alfred Wallenstein, Fred
In an effort to get the citizens the gap between public aware. glon. Waring and Al Jolson.
h' f
concerned about and involvedin ness and public understanding!: Douglas ElementarjSchool's r In 1936, he went to Holly- t
seeking quality education of conditions indirectly relat> American Educatioi i wood when the Hall Johnson
for its students, the committee ed to the teaching learning; 'Week Committee was chairedby tr
hosted a Pre-American .situation. Mrs. Marian M.Dean. Mrs,,
Education Week Coffee Hour. Attending were: Reverend!I Dorothy Wiggins Adside.prin1 -
The theme of this affair was Edward T. Graham, ministei cipal of Douglas Introduce:I ALPHA KAPPA
"Community-School Involve- of Mount Zion BaptistChurch;; Mrs. Catherine Nelson, wh ALPHA
ment." Reverend Aaron D. Hall, mi serves as assistant secretary]
The American Education nister of EnenezerUnitedMethodist !I and Chairman of the Program PRESENTS

Week committee, in planning, Church; Mr,> Service Committee of the -
activities for American Education Charles Lockhart, Public Re school's P.T.A.I :h
week, Invited more than ,lations Director for I This year's American Edu- M
fifty representatives of the Collection Agency; Mra.WI- cation Week's theme: "Better FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT '

business, civic and religious lie Williams, secretary, representing Education. Your Job"servedas MODERATE RATES CALL,
,communities to Join in discus CommissionerEarl the springboard for this
sion with the principal and faculty Carroll; Mr.Frank John Pre-American Education
to focus attention on pro- son, photographer and Mr., Week's activity.

Toledo Named f .

'Assistant Call RENTAL Y 1 e + .M

Director Of CHARLES .- ..-. .
AGENCY .. ... 4..9" :::1:":'
UM Center For I'Y ,. -

Urban StudiesAlfredo ROGERS -' JrZ4 I
AT PL 1-7502 '"
R. Toledo, Jr., assistant INCM ,I ".:"d"j' .,
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treasurer and memberof ,.
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the board of the James. E. I
I Scott Community Association, PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
has been named assistant director STEREO OR ORCHESTRA

Studies, according Director IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIESA
Carl E. B. McKenry.
Deeply involved in com
munity activities since he Community Recreation Center for teenagers and adultsA

came to Dade County about five Public Relations Department to assist you with your problems

years ago, Toledo is past pre
sident of the Carol City Bet-
terment Council and of the
League of District Councils; RENTS ARE DUE IN ADVANCEWE
a former member of the Exe-

NAACP; a former oUbe board
of the Miami Business Development
Council;, and a past
member of the Recreation .
Task Force of the Model 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

Cities Program.
A native of Jersey City, 14255 NW! 22nd' Avenue Opa.locka MU 8-0617 ,

N.J., Toledo attended Morgan 20848 South Dixie Hwy, Cutler Ridge-CE 5.3553 4
State College and Rutgers University A rWE
Lauderdale JA 4-3357
605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. -
An accountant,he wasa .
senior field auditing agent 3301 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 .
for the U.S. Internal Revenue 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434
Service for 11 years. He is a SELL HAPPI I ESS 339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI| 3-2434 :

committee member of the Boy AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce thecost of housing
Scouts of America and an athletics 'i
the crossroad of North-South Expressway i'.j-
coach of the OptimistClub. ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI HONI L. L.. BROOKS, President

"The. Center is extremely Phone 751.7502 Bro ward: JA 2.5131 GEORGE P. HARTH, Central Manager
CHARLES A. LOCKHART Public !.latlon.DIr.ctor
pleased to have attracted a 300 N.W. 54th ,St. ,

man ground of, experience Mr. Toledo's and back-talentto FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.In M If f am to .tnjoy better life, other must live Utter too." L. L. CrooksFirst

the University," Prof. Mc-. Ft,,Loud rdoU, 1103 E. Los Olos Blvd., JA 5-37 it

Continued on page 35

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Residents of the City of Miami have the best opportunity in :
the city's history to flex real"black power" via the ballot box ; :
in next Tuesday's voting. Dammit...Stop Complaining And VOTE! ,
Voters will cast ballots for the mayor's: race and two com-
mission seats then.
This election will present a unique opportunity for the black I
voters of the City of Mia mi to flex their political muscles and
elect three of those officials who will be leading us for the next r }l'
two years. Two commissioners, M.Athalie Range and Maurice ., ,, '. \
reelection.The Ferre, are.holdovers on the commission will not be up for To Be Equal i, ;,.;. I

black and latin vote is quickly becoming the prominentvote
M. Young Jr j
by Whitney I
in the City of Miami. Within a matter of a few years,' a By Booker T. Haves, \ ,. ,, .
coalition of the Black and Latin vote will signal the dominationof Executive Director National Urban League L- I.

the commission by those two groups.
: After interviewing the candidates and the incumbents the Who's Killing Who? Q
I editorial board of the Miami Times recommends the followingto Desegregating The Schools
you for election in this very vital election for a seat on the ,

I, commission of Dade's largest municipality.For Some of my friends have compared me with the angry young
Mayor: Stephen P. Clark Lever lA:. Mr.Clark bringsthe (Once, again, the Supreme Court has spoken. Ina unanimous men produced by the events and practices of our time. They
experience of many years on the City Commission. He has ruling, it affirmed the unconstitutionality of school segregation have formed this opinion' as a result of the tone and substanceof
, served as mayor for the last four, succeeding popular Mayor some of my articles. I didn't think the word angry offers a
j Robert King High. Mr. Clark has been a leader in the fight for I liThe obligation of every school district Is to terminate dual true assessment of the attitude I try to convey. I feel, a much
/ the rights of the "little guy" and has played a prominent rolein school systems at once," the Court held. The key phrase Is better discription would be'"concerned young men." I don't
the "equalization" of rights and benefits for all the citizens "at once." find this description flattering,but there are times when I feel
I of the City of Miami. He deserves re-election by the voters. The phrase is important because many thousands of black like dragging out my soap box and making myself heard. This
I For Commission, Group 4: Carlos Ferendez Lever 6A: high school students are now in all-black schools studying reaction is prompted by the realization that despite our genuine
) Mr. Fernandez gives Miami's black community the first opportunity great moments in American history -- including Supreme concern about many of our problems, our efforts toward pre-
j I to elect a latin"brother."A"coalition"of latins and Court's dicision to those. same segregated schools, a vention and correction are not total. Total to the point that we
blacks will greatly Influence the political structure and govern- decision made when those students were still Infants. will accept the fact that there will be human errors and me-
ment in the City of Miami In coming years. This is where the Back in 1954, seventeen Southern and border states and the chanical failures and prepared for the enevitable.

real base of power in the county's largest municipality will District of Columbia had separate school systems for white We shudder at the number of fatalities each fear as the result -
be in the coming years. In dorsing Mr. Fernandez, we feel he and black pupils. But theCourt, inorderingan end to such segregation automobile accidents,and statistics have proven that the
will enthusiastically represent both the black and latin com- said they should Integrate with all deliberate total increases yearly, but our efforts to minimize the numberof

munities.Not speed.' deaths, falls far short of total committment. I wonder how
many blacks have forgotten the "Racist" campaign the Desegregation proceeded with more deliberateness than many of the deaths attributed to accidents so far this year were
Incumbent Irwin Christie waged in 1964 when running against speed. Many school districts resisted the Court's orders. really needless? By needless, I mean how many of these
Commissioner M. Athalie Range.We believe it's time for Mr. Others waited for federal district courts -- many with racist victims :ouW have been saved if the time elapsed between
Christie to be "retired" from the Commission. Judges who were unwilling to act--to order them to desegre- receiving the Injury and receiving proper medical attention had
Though impressed with candidate Stuart Morrision,the edi- gate. Still others waited for pressures from federal authorities been shortened. What percentage of these people might have
tonal board feels' a past reluctance by Mr. Morrison to identify before complying. survived had the adequate techniques of first aid been used at
with the black community prior, to this election prohibits his the scene?
endorsement. The result was a slow, unsteady pattern of paper.compliance -
:\ For Commission,Group 5:David Kennedy Lever 1QA; Mr. tokenism, and often, outright defiance. The processwas Our medical knowledge has taught us that the severity of an
Kennedy brings a maturity needed for politics and the operation complicated by Irresponsible political leaders who seem- Injury Is enhanced by the time Involved between Inception and
;i.I of millionaire dollar ( the City of Miami. He has worked ed to have visions of themselves as embattled Confederates' treatment. Many injuries; such as a bleeding artery, require
,I actively and dthe Ideals of the late Robert King defying the Union. Immediate attention and the results for postponement is usually

High, and has been instrumental in fostering equal opportunities Politics, as usual, played a part In encouraging Illegal defiance fatal. I am personally convinced that a number of deaths sta-
j for all citizens of the City of Miami. We believe he de- of the Court Federal authorities were wary of stirring tistically recorded as the result of an accident,are really the
:serves reelection.A discontent among racist voters, and the miseducat Ion of black., result of neglect after an accident I feel the time consumed in
< newcomer to the political arena, Mr.Jeff Rosinek, who Is children was seen as a small price to pay for party harmony, getting a victim from the accident scene, to the emergencyroom
opposing Mr. Kennedy In his bid re-election,is represen-' of a hospital has contributed greatly to the number of
tative of today's new breed of politician. We do not feel how- In recent years, federal pressure was:stepped up anda D.O.A/S (dead on arrival) recorded daily '
greater measure of Integration was achieved. But this was
ever that he possesses the maturity and experience of being
elected to a City Commissslon seat. endangered by the Nixon Administration's decision to allow I also feel our State Road Department has had a hand In the
school districts still defying the law "more time" to comply.They've number of deaths recorded on our highways.: I don't feel they

Hubbart Fought For Change had fifteen years. Why did they need more time? are offering us the type of advance planning our growth will
; Black people waited fifteen years for the law of the land to be require it would'seem logical and practical to me that emergency ,
It was with regret that Dade Countians recently heard of the enforced. We've waited 350 years for black children to have the stopping areas be provided on our super speed express-
) resignation of Assistant Public Defender Philip Hubbart. Mr. same rights as white children But Southern districts who ways, (As it now stands, all disable vehicles must be removed
Hubbart for the past four years has been a lawyer In the true defied the law rated more sympathy than. black ,people who from the roadway or be ticketed.) After witnessing the effortsof
'sense nt the word. itA has constantly -_ wanted to abide by the law. our police and fire departments to penetrate traffic in the
performance of their duties, It seems Ironic no one has visua-
the oppressed represented the the disadvantaged poor, So we were treated to the ugly spectacle of federal attorneys lized the need for a fire, police and emergency lane. All of
going to court in support of Mississippi school districts attempting these conditions have contributed to our present highway
and those who had
to turn. has nowhere to avoid desegregation ,of schools. It is to the creditof slaughter, and until we get the proper planning and execution,
Hubbart Chief Justice Burger and the Judges of the highest court in I feel sure the picture will not Improve.
practiced law In the true tra- the land that they ordered an end to racist school systems ""at
dition of Clarence Darrow and -
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Thurgood Marshal: fearing no
man, and fighting for Justice. Now it Is up to the government orce the law This will
fense. It is
The trueness of Hubbart's be the big test of the Nixon Administration's devotion to the absolutely Incredible for a government to bring
about a Constitutional
dedication was evident when "law and order" we hear so much about by defying Supreme Court,so
we must expect that the necessary "bodies and people" will
he successfully won anew trial Before the decision was handed down, the man responsiblefor be found to enforce the law.
for Pitts and Lee, alleged enforcing civil rights laws shrieked the nation by saying "if
murderers of a station attAitlrtnt I The President and his Justice Department officials have said
gas the Court were to order Instant Integration, nothing would
......""" ... .InDuring.. Port St. Joe. change. There are Just not enough bodies and people to enforce they'will enforce the Court's mandate. The die-hard racists
I his tenure with the Public Defender's Office, he that kind of a decision." have to be shown that the Jaws of the land apply to all. Vigorous
fought for change and to rectify a system of Justice gone enforcement of the new ruling will end Southern school segre-
astray. The Miami Times hopes It will see Philip Hubbart as Federal officials are sworn\ to uphold the Constitution.Re- gation by early next year.It's been a long tinw coming, but now
a public servant once again in the near future. fusal to enforec the Court's mandate Is an Impeachable of- all the excuses for delay are gone.

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THE TIMES Friday November 14,1969 5
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jLou LuTour

Marcus Wilfred Callender, Commander of the 18th Army
Band at Fort Devens, Mass stands out as one of the nation's SHOULD BE ROUNDED UP AND PUT IN

finest and most courageous men of today. His army career is A DETENTION CAMP."
one worthy of praise because of his courage, persistence and L ,S.A

excellent musical background.The .
son of Mrs. Olive Callender Powell of Boston Marcus ---1- Q vA

Wilfred,Callender completed high school June 1940Mechanic

Arts High School, Boston). During his school years,he playedin 'ET gi,1,
local musical organizations'such as the Junior Police Band, ,

YMCA Band Boston Public School symphony band and other :
hands arnnnrl the city nf Boston'-
.194ibesid as ;private : 'IoRa

in the 372nd Infantry Regi-

ment, Mass. National Guard in r ,

August 1940 Entered Fed.service :- .
in March'41 will the 372nd

Inf. Band and stationed at Fort

Dix., N. J. Then after having
been discharged in December i.4. Jhc

1945, he re-enlisted in March

1946, returning Army Bandsin
July 1947 when assigned to :
384th Army Band in Fort Eus-

tis, Virginia An opportunity s u
'came to him to attend the U.S.
Navy School of Music in 1951 ,

and in June of that same year
successfully completed the advanced : t'T ..
bandsman course men '.-. But Who. Will Decide. When Protest Is Interference?

again in July 1957afterreturningtotheUSA a stint of i ; :- "c '

service in Europe, he was accepted for band-master trainingin 0" i'l' _/'" le,

the U,, S. Navy School of Music: and completed some in DeMay \ ,' :, \. ...'"
be 1957::
cem: r ,
20th, 1958, he was appointed Warrant Officer Band- .
master and assigned as Commanding Officer 22ndArmy Bandat

Fort Mason, California. While there W. Callender attendedthe Bayard LETTERS
City College and San Francisco State College,always im- TO THE EDITOR!

proving his musical techniques. It wasn't long before he was .
reassigned as bandmaster and commanding officer of the 84th Rustin ..J:

Army Band, but this time out of the country again Germany'' w

(Fulda). While there for four years, he was very active in the Dear Sir:

public relations aspect of Army Band war; and was responsible On November 4,1 went to the City of Miami Municipal Courtto

for the appearance of the band at many of the small com- Sp.eaks:0 see a case In which my sister was the complaining witness.

munities located close to the East German border.In 1963 he .....I The case was heard by Judge Arthur Huttoe. ,
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was appointed to the German-American Advisory Committeeat : 001'K ,I
Fulda and served on the Committee until January 1965. Judge Huttoe treated my sister ina most discourteous way. "

Then, upon returning to the USA, W, Callender assumed The Constitution Is Upheld He accused her of lying and signing false affidavit. I tried to X 1/I

command of the 18th Army Band at Fort Devens, Mass., under explain to the judge that she had not been involved in any court 'I
'All for
. his superb direction, the band has received several citations deliberate'speed' desegr gat1onisnolonger'con.sUtutionally proceedings before and that she,did not wholly understand the )
Warrant Officer Callender has also received several permissable.. Under explicit holdings of this Court procedures. The Judge said that I was not involved and that I ,'

honors and citations for his devotion to his work both as band- the obligation of every school district is to terminate dual should mind my own business.He decided,after the city prose-
master and In the area of public relations;and we quote from school systems at once. With these words the Supreme Courtof cuter made a speech against my sister, to put her in jail for

one _of many- "The Army Commendation Medal is awardedto the United States unanimously ruled against any further delays 24 hours for contempt. I told the Judge that my sister had a

Warrant Officer Marcus W, Callender,W2209972 for meri- in carrying out the 1954 school Integration order. In doingso baby and no one to take care of him if she went to jail Judge

torious service as band master and commanding officer,84th the Court repudiated the Nixon Administration which, according Huttoe replied, "Yor take care of it," and laughed at me.
to Senator Strom Thurmond "stood with the South in
, Army Band during the period March 1961 to January 1965 .
this case andofequalimportance itdndecated the Constitu- Whether not Huttoe tactics in
Warrant Officer Callender's outstanding performance of duty or Judge employed legal put-
tion of this land. sister in is What I concerned
ting my Jail one question. am
reflects great credit upon himselfand the United States Army" ,
Jack Greenberg, the head of the Legal Defense and Educational about is his rude and hostile manner to, Black people. I hope
Thus we see that courage, persistence and training do
Fund of the NAACP and the counsel for the Negro plaintiffs that if other brothers and sisters have similar experienceswith
pay off, even for an 'Army Band Master' W. Callender..
from Mississippi, pointed out in his argument that an en- Judge Huttoe, and the prosecutor, Mr. Porter, then they
tire generation of children in the'Deep South had gone all the will write in to this paper so that the community will know.

i way through school since the Supreme Court declared"sepa- Sincerely yours,
rate but equal education unconstitutional fifteen years ago. ,Frudrias Swain '

RANDOM THOUGHTSby Through extended litigation, "freedom of choice" plans, and
outright "massive resistance," most Southern officials gave
clear proof that they understood "all deliberate speed" to
GLORIA MILLER mean not orderly transition but rigid intransigence. The 1
Court's admirable firmness in ordering the immediate abolition I

of dual systems was underscored by its refusal to permit
further Judicial delays by Southern officials in the future Ido not belive in
any : Although who was to come, did not know
Inflation takes on different meanings for many people. For all appeals in these cases must come after,not before, dese- reincarnation (the return in he, was, In, spirit, the return

most, of us, it means spiraling costs forfood, clothing and gration is an established fact. another human body of a soul pfEiJah, :| (Elias in: the New
shelter. It moans a pay check that is actually larger than it Certainly the Supreme Court decision Is a much-deserved which has !passed on), I dobe-r;,, ,1es ment). When asked if he
was five years ago, but buys less. embarrassment to President Nixon whose behavior in this area lleve in the return of the Holy was Elias who was to come,

And, for Queen Elizabeth of England means that she has, has teen unspeakable, former aide of Mississippi Senator Spirit in human form from age he denied it, saying, "I am
to dip into her cash reserves in order to maintain her house- Stennis charged that the government requested a desegregationdelay to age.Jesus confirms thisre-, not." (John 1:21.)
in 33 Mississippi school districts in order to the
escure turn in the Bible several
hold., The English Parliament provides her with an annual
Senator's vote for the Nixon ABM program.Nixon defended the times. Despite John's denial,
salary of 1.2 million pounds, which by anybody'sstandards is Christ
When there speaking him, said,
action 26th he said that "two
September are .extreme -
a large hunk of change.It seems the Queen doesn't have enoughto First, He tells us "Before "And if you will receive it, I
those who want instant integration and those who
pay be castle help and is feeling the pinch of inflation want segregation forever". Accordingly therefore the Su- Abraham was, I am." (John this is Elias, which was for to
You know it must be awfully hard to be a Queen'nowadays.. "
8:58). Also, He speaks of the come. (Matt. 11:14.)
Court including the Chief Justice whom Nixon himself
to be at least Princess but I preme ,
would like a
I always thought I -
of the of Truth
,coming Spirit
if has trouble appointed, must be considered "extreme." Jerris Leonard, In the light of these
am changing my mind. I mean, a Queen paying Scrip
(John 16:13) and tells us of His
the chief of the Justice Civil Devision ,
the monthly bills, a mere Princess must be Just above the poverty Department's Rights tures, it is apparent me thatChrist's
said September that"if the Court to order Instant Integration new name when He shall return -
and Princesses dripping in were admonitions to
line. Traditionally, Queens ,
(Rev. 3:12.)
Jewels and furs, stimulated, the imagination and afforded a few nothing would change," Leonard,however,saw fit to "Watch therefore; for ye know

minutes of flighty fantasy to,the dreamer.Now, I can only con- argue against such an order, and in doing so he found himself In my study of the, Bible I not what hour your Lord doth

jure up visions of the Queen making her own beds, washing the paired with Mississippi segregationist John C, Satterfleld. found another,interesting ex- come." "Therefore, be
dishes and figuring out how to stretch the stew. I imagine her This the first time the Justice Department has sided with the ample of the expected returnof ye also ready" (Matt. 24:42
blue while a woolen segregationists since the 1954 ruling"the denial of fun- and 44) were that the
mending Prince Charles Jeans, knitting new the Holy Spirit. This is the warnings
scarf for her daughter Ann. And, as for her two young sons, ,damental rights to many thousands of school children,"we can story of John the Baptist, the Holy Spirit shall return enex-

poor things,they ha veto be content to have, Mother Queen bathe understand more fully the terrible implications of the Hayns- forerunner of Jesus. This re- pectedly, "like a thief in the
worth nomination For it is precisely this man who has time "
hard for night.
must be rather the
them instead of a Nanny.
turn of the
Spirit was prophesied -
and again upheld the of tactics
constitutionality while
her diamond tiara might slip into the bath
Queen to do because
in Malachi 4:5 which It
quite possible that
presideing as Chief the Fourth Circuit
Judgeof Court of Ap-
water. And, a Queen must project the right image to her sub- peals.No. reads, "Behold,I will send you He knew we might not recognize
j jects. She must bravely don rich brocade gowns, emerald pins
doubt the school Elijah the Prophet before the that Spirit in another hu-
pace desegregation in the South will
called Command Per.
and white mink and attend gala premiers coming of the great and dread man being even as the multi-
be quickened by the Court's decision ,
her ,with moments of dis- Supreme though it is also
must provide many
forminces. This "
ful day of the Lord. tudes of His day failed to
likely that Southern
whites will
tress as all these outside functions take her away from the many now move to establish se-
And who takes care gregationed private schools, even though this would entail a recognize that Spirit (which
dusting and cleaning of the castle. ,anyone Strangely, John the Baptist, had been "before Abraham")
great financial burden. The decision has also
with her when realize placed -
,of a mere apartment must sympathize who knew he was not the Christ in Him.
she has at least four castles with 400 rooms to dust. This is a obstables in the path of Nixon's Southern strategy and

tricky thing to do, even for a Queen. r m kind of sorry that may force him to modify, though perhaps not abandon, some
Queens have slipped into the mainstream of us mortals. ,Not of the reactionary aspects of this policy.But most importantly Court has given Americans renewed, faith that the ultimate arbiter -

only does it knock the braces out from under Cinderella, but it the decision heads off what in recent months has appeared of Justice is not an Administration with political obligations -.

,takes away an 'impossible dream that's alway good to have to be a reversal of the entire desegratlon process, however to certain interests, but the Constitution which respects f

.tucked away for an emergency. gradual: this process; may have been.In this sense, the Supreme the rights of all people, regardless of race.


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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, friday, November 14, 19(
Grove ', .

a Utr Negro' Womer' yI

Miami Times Society

After three weeks, In Miami, visiting family and friends; Coconut Grove Negro
Louise Carey has returned to Neptune,N.J. Louise brought her Women's Club is selling fruitcakes
husband's body(Samuel) ten Miami for final rites. ($2.00) for the holiday,
On Saturday, Melba James was hostess to the Poinsettia season. The club, under the
Bridge Club.The members welcomed Victoria(Vickie)Wilson, leadership of Mrs.. Walker
a member who has moved to Chicago and is in Miami for the Bentley, is doing wonderful

winter. Job throughout the grove and
Louie and Alida Campbell back on the scene now that the surrounding areas. The scho-
horses will, be off and 'running at Tropical on Saturday. larship drive was a great financial -
Jetting to Freeportfor the weekend were Gwnedolyn Howard, succeSS and Mrs.,
Jesslyn Brown and Reatha Whitehead." Thelma'Gibson was the winnerof ;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith hosted a cocktail party on Satur- the round, trip to Jamaica. ;
day, honoring Judge and Mrs. Harold Braynon at their 88th St. The club held its regular
home. monthly meeting at the I '
On Saturday the MRS Club gave a shower for Bea- spacious home of Mrs.George 'k -A
trice Reeves. Blooming Porlock is president. Butler and welcomes Miss Annie -
The Sunlight Beauty School's' graduating class will stage R. Thomas as a new member I'k
their prom at the Continental, ub on November 20. Graduation I i:
exercises will take place November 26, at the Church of

The Open Door. in the
Attorneys are pracess
Orchids to Mrs. Leroy A. (Lenora B.) Smith, winner of of preparing 'a charterfor AUTHORS AND STUDENTS GATHERED IN BIRMINbHAM
Florida's Teacher of the Year award. May you be.,blessed with the CGNWC. They have TO DISCUSS BLACK HISTORY IN NATION'S SCHOOLS
good health tor'many years to tome,so that you may continueto members and' to
about 25 are When several hundred educators and students gathered In Birmingham re-
service to the of this '
give your people community. their .
be commended for contributions
According to the Labor Department, eighty-four per cent of to the Kendall Chil- cently to attend the annual convention of the Association for the Study of
the 16,540 trainees enrolled at 61 Job Corps centers closed in dren's home, senior citizens Negro Life and History, numerous authors were on hand to participate in work-
July have either found jobs, returned to school, gone into ser- and giving aid to any needy shops and seminars discussing the teaching of ,Black history i iji schools, and

vice or entered additional training programs. family. Mrs;'Joseph McDonaldis colleges. Here, at the Oxford University Press exhibit of new books on Negro
Life Is a game of football, and we are the players. Some of
us are elusive quarterback, some of us are only cheer bers the are next reminded hostess and to mem-bring history, Hollis R.' Lynch discusses, book, "Edward Wilmot Blyden: Pan-

leaders. Some are coaches and some of us are.old. grads, their produce for the three Negro Patriot" with Connie Henderson of Birmingham's Miles College and
slightly the worse for,wear,up in the stands. Some of us thumpthe Thanksgiving baskets to the Linda Bart of St. Joseph's School in New Orleans. Also shown is Oxford's

people in front of us on the head in our excitement, some home of Mrs. Virgil by Mon- College Sales Manager, Colwyn Krussman. Hollis ,R., Lynch is a faculty, member
of us are type people who always get thumped. But the Impor-
tant thing to remember 'is play the garnet! day, Novemeber 24th.R. of the Institute African Studies at Columbia University and 'General editor

Attention all Alumni inthe Miami area (St. Augustine's L. Scott of anew series to ,be published by Oxford University Press, which deals
College) Mr. Peter Holden and Mrs. Purdie Anders will ,ar- with the lives of distinguished Black Africans and Afro-Americans.
rive in Miami at 6:25: ,on flight 863.A meeting is scheduled for
Friday evening. __ fco-a-flTa-fl-fl-fl a a o aTmnnra 8 u 1a wrminnnnnra ..
Invitations are in the mall for the 25th wedding anniversary
celebration honoring Mr. and Mrs Williams H. Miles on Sun- Give Yourself a Lifetime ''Profession ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL CHURCH I
day, Nov 23, at the Sabal Room of the Palmetto Country Club
Wedding bells,will ring for Tatloy Everette and Gilbert BY BECOMING A BEAUTICIANTerms Presents its annual A

Bowie on Sunday, November 23,at St.Francis Xavier Catholic Reasonable Enroll Now! Calendar Tea "
Church. '
and Evening 'Classes : i
Get well wishes to Mr.and Mrs.Arthur(Sarah) Joyner who Day SUNDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1969In
are patients at Christian Hospital. Naomi Espy and Jackie SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL ,
Crosby at Cedars' of Lebanon; Marie Roberts, Alice Jarvis ( the Parish Hall) '

and Herbert Taylor who are recuperating at home. 169 NW 54th' ,STREET, 757-9148, 1750 NW 3rd Court

Mrs. M. Athalie Range, Earl,Caroll and Joe Lang Kershaw .' (Wig: Styling ,Very Reasonable) Time 4 to 6 p.m.
will attend the first Florida A&M University conference Thurs-
day and Friday on the Challenges and Promises of Black eaees
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Leadership. Guest speakers will include Julian Bond,Georgia
House of Representatives Keynote speaker will be Howard Lee,
I Negro mayor of Chapel Hill, N.C. Your Credit
I Jetting in from the'windy City of Chicago were William and

Barbara Higgs of Supreme Wig,and Beauty,Salon. Barbara Union And You! : We've REMODELED
Hlggs returned to Miami with her beautiful trophy won on MI-
ami Model Diane McDiel and Honorable mention on her model Have you read your want ads
Brenda Palmer, also of Miami.' 'dately?, Here's one that should I
Mrs. Marilyn Mendez, daughter. of Mrs.: Lillian Scott, 71st attract 'you, ,arouse you and I
Street is vacationing in Miami; while here her daughter Ed- move you.Wanted.
monia celebrated her' 3rd birthday at the home of her grand- : Your money I Now
mother last Sunday,husband Pedro is a tailor in the "Bold New move from your chair of com- x
City." They w1l1 be lea v Ing soon for their home in Jacksonvilleafter placency and walk into your'
a wonderful vacation here. in Miami. nearest EOPI'Federal Credit
Diabetes Detection Week November 16-22. Union office and learn more
The Episcopal Church women, The of the Transfiguration is about Its operations and ad-
sponsoring."A'Smorgasborg" on Friday, November 14atthe vantages.
Church, 15260 NW 19th Ave., Opa-locka. Alice Harrison is Why should you sit there I ti rH11

president.: wanting, and,needing financial I
The E.C.W., Church of the Incarnation Fall Ingathering of assistance,when you can easily
''I United Thansgiving will;bq held at both services Sunday, Nov, become part of a fast growing I
i: 16. All chapters are asked to be present.' profitable, and convenient / ,

,. .. \ organization that gives you 1
I I'I human dignity and ,security.
' Bring your money where
you get courteous service,patience -
Urban Protects
League understanding and j
counseling. Why not.saye, and ,
at the same time enhance your
Rights Of Victims borrowing power" which defi- ( me

nitely is"buying power," This

Gulfport, Mississippi-The said'Clarence Cole man,'Lea. is what credit union should
National Urban League openeda 'gue Southern Regional director mean to you.
drive last week to protectthe "to rebuild not only the If you have financial worries I
rights'of the black popula- physical structure of the area about small bills,and you'rein
tion in the rebuilding of this, but also a new social struc- the Perrine area don't We at, Lory's are proud to have Miss Renae Littleton as Miss Lory's
,hurricane-devastated area. ture in which there will be co- delay, walk Into' the Neigh- ,for the Month. Renae does all of her shopping Lory's because we
borhood Center at 1701 Home-
Disturbed by reports that operation among all the people" stead Avenue or call 2385771and are first to receive the latest and hotest"fashions., Renae ,is, a junior
who live in this
the Negro population had been noted that the lines of area.communication He-, get the best of service I at Edison Senior High School. She lives, at 6225 NW 6th Avenue.

largely excluded In decisions from participation between the black population ably given by Mrs. EleanorR I She's 16, and was chosen, as, Miss Torchette by the Alpha Pi Chi OHI

Jog the reconstruction concern-of Gulf- and the traditional Freeman, manager for: the Sorority of the Alpha Gamma Chapter. Renee said that Lory's has the (

port and surrounding towns, agencies' in the area were not last capably three assisted years by Mrs and Gus-very slickest clothes you want, to see, .especially for all you foxes.ILORU'S ., fu-
f the League has decided to establish very good and that there wasa I -
"believability gap" because sie Williams, clerk. InIVi
a' permanent field of-
fice here.' Negroes did not have total confidence You may even contact anyI I .. '
in some of the disaster one of the following boardof ,4La
"We feel there should be full I
agencies. About 40% of the directors members and .
'participation in 'reconstruction of the area which population Includes you'll be assisted: (!) K Finis
plans by all of the peopleof .z ; ;
Gulfport,Bay St. Louis, Mr, Paul J. Joseph, prsi- ,
this region instead of just Waveland, Biloxi and Pass dent; Rudolph Simmons, vice I LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!
by some," declared WhitneyM. Christian, is Negro. president; Mrs. Lula Belle 1112111 JTN AVENUE (EDISON CENTER .' rsi oaa)
Young, Jr., the League's Urban League personnel Gilmore, secretary; Mrs. May '
National executive director in MOH., TUES. WED.
' have been servicing emer- Belle Thompson, treasurer; 9A.M.-7P.M.
dedicating" the new center gency needs of the Negro Inhabitants Rev. Eugene Sheppard, Mr. THURS., FRI., SAT. 9 A.M.- P.M.
here. since Hurricane William Matthews and Mr.
"We have a chance here," mile struck on August 17. Hubert Clarke, 'members:



TI. .HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 14, 1969 7

Red Cross "Voices -From' Nome'" "

Round About

ProjectAll TalkB

area residents, With the cooperation of Eco 4
especially wives or mothers, nomic OpportunltlesPro- JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL,
who have a husband, son, father gram, Inc. (EOP!), private
or other Immediate family taping sessions will be avail, MATT SNELL MR.NEW YORK JETS.. Matt's best year
member serving with the able November 17th through. as a ball-carrier was his freshman year with the Jets, when
armed forces overseas, or 28th at the Neighborhood Youth tie gained 948 yards and won honors as the AFL's standout BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING

even as a patient; at a military Center building, 143 Grand rookie. Like he said, "I was the only dependable ballcarrierso LIME-O-TYFE
hospital anywhere in the Avenue, In Coconut, G r 0 v e. I carried most of the load. "He's the best pass protectorin
United States, are invited by Hours are from 2 to 9 p.m., football," says Coach Weeb Ewbant.Joe Namath says, "my THE LITTLE RED BOOK: With violence In all forms so
the American Red Cross to Monday through Friday. football career depends on Matt's blocking."Jets center,John rampant today, even the pumpkins and goblins seemed afraid
participate in a special pro-: "Voices from Home" may Schmitt says, "Matt Snell is the finest all-around back in the to show themselves this cast Hallowe'en. In former years it
ject called "Voices from also be taped at the Dade County game." Last year during the world Sugar Bowl Championship was a treat for kiddies to mask themselvesand
Home". Red Cross building 5020 game in Miami Jets vs Colts,Joe Namath took the spot enjoy one of their most-prlzedbol1days.:
Biscayne Boulevard, Miami!, light with his big time talk. Joe promised to beat the Colts But during the past three years,it was high:
Your local Red Cross offers from 9 to 4 pm. they did, Joe Namath got the credit. During that great game, ly noticeable the lack child-participation.
you this opportunity to Matt Snell caught four passes for 40 yeards and carried the As a protective'measure, parents have had,;
privately tape a 5 minute per- Families desiring more information ball 30 times for 121 yards and the'Jets only touch down. To to accompany their tots on 'trick-or-treat' F 4
sonal message for mailing to or wishing to make his team mates it wasn't anything unusual only what they expected adventures. But on Oct 31 this '69 most mo-
loved ones in the services in appointments for a specific of their MattSnell.Matt Snell,Big,Black and Beautiful, thers kept their kids at home. And rightly::
time to bring them cheer for time and most convenient location ,he's 6 foot 2, 219 pound of football terror. Matt came to the sol! Unsolicited goodies were piled sky-high
the holidays. The opportunityis should contact their local Jets in 1964. in some homes which had but few callers
offered by Red Cross to all Red Cross as soonaspos- Tenness, ee WII1I1......-.Me.-:' .1IP.1N'\lnlP--1'- drama
families free of any charge. sible. Call 751-6661. Friday Saturday, Nov 'Summer and Smoke opened last Saturday (Nov 1) at The
21 and 22 Sam and Dave with their band and will
revue pre-
Players Theatre (formerly The Gaslight) at 2990 Grand Ave
sent the "Big Show" at the NY Madison Square Garden. Last
In Coconut Grove. The play will run every Thursday, Friday,
week Sam and Dave played to a record crowd at "52nd St.
Saturday and Sunday night thru Dec. 6 at 8 p.m.
.... Cheetah" ...Miami's former school teacher, Miss Ethel Grice'
: I if \ ,J.,i' .' recently moved into her new home, they say, "It's a beauty" NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Television,in some aspects, is the
; : : -. Edythe Oliver, 1883 PropectAve.,Bronx, N. Y. (formerly poorest outlet for constructive public relations. Many of the
'i Mrs. Clarence Foster) doing her own thing,and sayingto rebellious attitudes adopted by kiddies, and adults alike, are
LIJt all, hello Emily Thompson making plans to return to brought about by the open coverage given criminal activities.
Miami and her place in the sun Marvin Edwards (221 W. Meetings and conferences held to find ways and means to sup-
r131by ui{ WOfi--. 115th St) and his wife Ethel, taking a walk on NY's 7th Ave., press violence, should be discussed privately and never on the
t j looking good Greenpoint Hosp. nurse, Lillian Mack Williams air or screen -- where hoodlums learn to thrive and operateon
sending regards to Eva Saunders of OJ>>-locka weaknesses planned efforts.Television exposure does
Dave Lewis one of Miami's better building contractors. away with human composure.
Joe Black Auto mechanic expert, Grady (Mr. Clean) Winkfleld "Don't SALT WATER TAFFY:BlllHarvin,the Border Patrolagent,
get around much any more ( In Harlem)since he quit working riding his right arm around in a sling. dislocated right
for Jat Trans. Corp., he halls from Coconut Grove, Fla. shoulder. .The late and popular Rev.AlexanderAllen's bro
Movie picture to see. Raquel Welch in "Flareuo.' ther Rev. George Allen of Key West,who died October 30, was
funerallzed from his pastorate last Sunday.. Former Miam-
'Jones dedicating, the No. 1 sound "r Can't Get Next to You" im Geneva Dozier was Honolulu,Hawaii vacationer from her
Want a job? A good job with good pay? Put Temptations to Leroy Goodman Haven't heard from adopted base of Los Angeles...Mrs. Elizabeth Gamble wantsto

yourself in the running by checking your dic- Donald Sands (that Miami-Bronx: lad) in a long time That convey greetings to her son Sgt.Leslie A. Gamble (a North
tionary and looking the word prepare.It Tom Jones hit "Til Never Fall in Love Again" dedicated to Dade high graduate of 1966)) who saw his 21st birthday on November .
up 8 while stationed at Edwards AFB in
pretty LIT Lorraine Reddick The Dells' "Oil t What A Calif.
means to make fit, adapt or qualify beforehand Night'' to the newly weds, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Thomas THE WEEK'S WASH: A double-ring wedding ceremony held

for a particular purpose or condition. To Burns' (she's the former Jackie Yvonne Gaiter) Cute November 1 changed the bachelor status of Paul Carey, Jr.
,get that job..you've got to be prepared for it Della Humphrey real nice Humphrey. "LU teen" La- and Bessie Mae Young to MR and MRS Two mergers are
in advance. That means getting yourself a good wania Wright. ale prettiest thing around Antioch Baptist already penciled in for the social calendar board. Ben White (
.' Church That pretty Florida Memorial senior, Frances and Annie L. Smith of Downtown Eleventh Street will tell their f
education. Ross knows, she can walk that walk. "Sexxeey" This is love troubles to a preacher...And James Sutton and Jacque- ;
Scoop Bethel saying;'time and tide waits fr no man. C-U-NX- line Bain of Upper 59th Street already have the wedding bandto
'" that WK. be placed on her third finger, left hand. The HUB en
Greyhound is prepared to help you get (Catherine) King's 4th arrived at Mt. Sinai Oct.28. It's a boy,
education. And here's howl Greyhound annually Valentino Van,_who weighed-In at 5 lbs, 11 ozs.

grants 41 scholarships to minority group Front Office Hotel Training STUFF AND SUCH: James (Bro)Manley down from Elmont

,students through 15 designated black collegesand LINY. Ruth Wright's brother Robert King ordained to the
11 Negro oriented radio stations throughout Deaconate of Metropolitan Baptist In Newark, NJ Nov 9. .
Classes OpenPersons Claude (Rickie) Harris Jr's birthday party Nov 4 catapultedhim
the United States. In addition to American
to the rank. He's
up teenager now a proud 13. Among his
blacks the Greyhound scholarships will be most ardent well-wishers
Interested in hotel ierlng for women; hotel was a neighbor Mrs Ruthie Mae
open to Mexican-American students. If you'd Jobs during the winter monthscan switchboard PBX operation, Wright Roy Britt's little 2-year-oldCharles accidentally
like more information about this Greyhound be ready to go to work when posting and auditing, and scalled himself with hot grease last Wednesday night In his
Richmond Heights home when he knocked over a with the
Scholarship Award program, write to me, Joe the tourist season gets under- housemen. 'carelessly-monitored' stuff.
The 10So. way if_they register' now for Registration is being con-
Black Greyhound Corporation
classes at Lindsey Hopkins ducted from8:30a.m.to4p.m.Monday SWEETS' TREATS: Lory's Dress Shop salegirl-pretty
Riverside Plaza, Chicago, Illinois 60606.JeeTZfack. Hotel Training School. through Friday in Rm. Leona Smith suffered a mild heart attack in the store.last
Under supervision of Dade 1507 of the Lindsey Hopkins Thursday afternoon and had to be scurried off to a local hosp
County Public Schools, the Education Center,1410 NE 2nd via Eastern ambulance pronto. Incidentally, Lory's sales
classes run from four to eight Avenue staff eyefuls always look like models that stepped out of Vogue
weeks and begin Nov. 19. Frank Legree a security guard at Jackson Memorial. .
Vice President Courses being offered: are A free placement service Sarasotan Deloria Roe In town last week visiting friends .
The Greyhound Corporation Hotel Front Off ice procedures for students completing their Recommended; The, Pulitzer Prize play 'The Great White
for men; PBX switchboard courses is maintained by the Hope,' starring Brock Peters and headed for Admanson
front office; front office cash-hotel school Theatre Dec. -9 Mtwti...... Jan "1A'"

SCRATCH MY BACK: Nathan(Jax) Sims writes in from As-
PRODUCT W Y.I.A.1001 NEUTRAL SPlllTI DISTILLED FROM GRAIH M WOOf.OoRDON'f DRY RIM CO.HI,UNDU I.iOHN bury Park, NJ conveying a hello to hometowner Martin(Jack

Frost) Roberts, blsLwl. North Dade Medical Center and
Hospital Opa-locka, Dade County's newest and one of Its
finest infirmaries Mrs. Lula Lamar of Pittsburgh down
} 'S Fr F, ;YYn 1 visiting sisters Eva Sharpe, Sarah Cochran and Nell Frazier.A .
cousin Nettie Dunn of Atlanta also visits. Their stay here
could carry them thru the entire winter months. Handsome
t Charles and pretty Alice Martin celebrated another (13) an-
niversary last Friday.

The 2 TaylorsBETTER MIAMI MUSINGS: Bill(Bud weiser)Brown should be in show
business. He can tellmore, different funny Jokes in five minutes
TAILORING than most professionals can in five hours Bill's a natural,
RIGHT NOW DELIVERY and his latest sizzler pierced my ear drums during a recentshopping
y Malt pants any style spree for both of us.Have him unleash one for youll!!!
fySy YS, f Make pants in 3 days Charles and Minnie Shellman's pert daughter Pat looks chic

I- : / ,in shorts and slacks...IslandClubformerlyHarlemsquare
Make pants fit bttter Club) nitery shuttered..Ditto para Villa Heights convales-
COLLINS, YOUNG HOUSTON MARKETING ANALYST Alter pants fit & style 1 cent-a darkened nightmare following a successful operation
one-that's why I like it so
"My job's a challenging Make suits any style CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: The George B. Mclver's Etta
nuch. I work with computers, equations, statistics.nd Make suits in 7 days Lee Elvira to wed Gregory Frazier Kelly in Holy Redeemer

be sure of one thing: I'm very careful to Catholic Nov. 22 at 4:00..Pending mergers: Willie Mitchelland
you can Make suits fit better Margaret Weekly;William launders and Nellie D.Saunders
wold mistakes. I guess that's why like Gordon's Change suits fit & style Roosevelt Coleman and Helen Askin; Oliver Baker and Willie

Jin. It's always smooth, Bl ways dry-never any Mae Brunso; John Earl Frazier and Glenda Faye Nura ray; Cla-
Take deposit Frazier and Joan William
any amount rence Ivery; C. Berryand Eyvonne
nistake about tIIMJ" a. Clothes from your cloth Ernestine Moore; Samuel Lee Cooper and Rosa Lee Townsend;
p We have over 300 patterns Marion Francis and Della Mae Stanley;TheltonT.Brooks and
Doris Scrivens. Hortense Lucas' dad Eustace Edgecombs
killed auto accident he 73 That's it brother
i ',' by Sunday, was ? ,
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. November 14. 1969
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Joe Frazier recognized 8.!; the ring.And will make his first fJ Rip Van crowds at Ruth Fore- being "Groovy" and that Is thinks of Rip Van Winkle.Here's .
the capacity
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Journalism WorkshopAt F (H i ,.\ ''I 1r.. fl'!;. .'' 'y'
: F.: '
Junior CollegeFor : \; :' j, ; :';'

the fourth year, Mia mi-
Dade Jr. College South will of-
fer a journalism workshop,
specifically for high school j,
students, on Saturday mornings -
1 during the winter semester
The workshop, which will
w : >IICC! AIpC>a CAIKiCi.I iC';QIIIt offer one college credit, will
By Guest Columnist, NATHANIEL DEAN be taught by Jack Kassewitzof

While Dave takesyou''aroundMiamt" in his weekly column, the Miami News.
as guest columnist this week I will narrow the geography to The Miami chapters of Sig-
EdisonLittle River one of the nine EOPI target areas, and ma Delta Chi an Theta Sigma
the area In which I serve as chairman of the EdisonLittleRiver Phi, professional journalism
Community Action Board.. societies,> are offering full
Writing a column Is a new experience but I,welcome the scholarships for each studentin
....,. .,,,
the class. Enrollment is om .
opportunity to acquaint Dave's readers with some of the newer f .. ..'
activities In which we are Involved at present In Edison-Little limited to 30 students
River.We. 'The class, Journalism 111, :'" ::'..:, ':':: AU..i:; ;'

are, all very excited about our newly established Youth will meet Saturday mornings,
Employment Service (YES) at 5907 NW Second Avenue whichIs 8:30 11:15 a.m., beginning
Just down the street from Miami Edison Senior High. This Jan. 10, on South campus,
program Is designed to,serve the special needs of area youth Interested -students shouldsee for Your Added Convenience
for part-time and full time employment. At present the ser their high school Journa- .
vice Is being operated by two Vista volunteers and a local lism adviser, or call the south i
neighborhood youth. Long range goals forsee the service being campus journalism office, BANKINGOur
run cooperatively by the youth themselves. Our first Job 274-1196.
placement was .made on October 24th and as of the end of
October thirteen young men and women had been placed in ------ Drive-In Banking service is the easiest and most
part-time jobs. For prospective employers the telephone number -
for YES Is ,7 1-1106 and the center is manned dally from st: Augustine's convenient way for you to handle withdrawals and
p.m. deposits. The service is friendly and fast just
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Very often young people from low
Income families feel that opportunities are closed to them National Alumni the way you want it. Drive in and see for yourself.
but this "ain't necessarily so." On Nov. 18 and 19, Roberto
Barragon, assistant financial aid officer for Princeton University -
I Princeton, New Jersey will be in the Miami area on a President To Visit
I talent search. He's seeking young men and women from low-
''i income families who have the desire and the ability to attend
,!; Princeton on scholarship.If you are Interested or would like Peter Holden National
l more Information call Mrs. Betty Lou Barbieri, area director Alumni President and Purdie
t" Edison-Little River 754-4606. Anders, executive secretary
I The discontinuance of the S e n for Centers hot lunch pro- will visit Miami on Nov. 14,
: is further of lowest 15 and 16.Headquarters.
gram placing a hardship on some our
i:: Income residents. For many it was their one hot meal of the for socialac-
i day and the visit to the center provided good fellowship as tivities will be held at St. Ag-
,>N well. Lack of local and federal funds is given as the reason nes Social Hall, where on Fri-
I for the program's demise. Can we afford let those who contribute day evening at 7:30 we will
I,. so much to the community's development be forgotten? meet all "St. Augites." The ,
;:' All of us, staff and neighborhood residents alike who,have time and place for Saturday's 1
I'; grown to know Mrs. Sylvia Nelson since her daughter Cecil- workshop' will be announced. I'II
It! dora enrolled at the Child Opportunity Center are saddened Sunday Mr. Holden will visit a 5 mInittsr
and diminished by her recent passing. Since April,Mrs.Nelson one of the churches when he
I'' was always available to help with our activities. Whether, will speak about the many improvements ;;
: aiding at the center, decorating booths for the Fiesta, chaperoning chahges and FTNOVEM
I at the Summer Arts Festival,Mrs.Nelson was there assisting growth of St. Augustine's Col- !
r in her quiet gentle way:She was well loved in the community lege, Raleigh, N. C.'
,, and she will long be remembered by many,
Have you heard about "Sesame Street" the new pre-school
educational television program which will begin November'
10, and will be shown daily from 10,to 11 a.m. on Channel 2? W
We are recruiting 25 neighborhood children whose parents and i Dress Spectacular j
a Vista will conductanhourof follow-upactlvities directly af- ImtlOUl
ter the television showing at the YES Center.Since our facilities -
are limited, we are encouraging neighborhood residentsto TELEVISIO1388J
form groups to meet In the homes to view the program. A
Vista will work with these parents on follow-up activities.
fools I
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Peggy Seaton I jerse
VIP OF THE WEEK: William Stovall, director of hotel opera- w
tions and development, Ferre Enterprises, Inc. E
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Patricia Clegg
QUICK NOTES: We accepted with regret the resignation of large; Selection I tij I le flew let took Dresses II I
Marvin Kline, Esq., who served as first vice president on the 'II
Edison-Little River Community Action Board. Mr. Joseph
Reese will replace Mr. Kline in this capacity.
Leon Earles was appointed by Governor Claude Kirk for a JUNIORS
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Integrate Now

The Supreme Court decision established a judicial canon Northwesterners have been participating In American Education -

that will probably end segregation in public schools before the Week November 9-15 The Homerooms posted displays

start of the 1970 school year. I say it is certainly about time. around the campus to depict the theme,"Better EducationyourJob.

Personally, (am totally against segregation,the committmentsof ." Activities included speeches over the public Address

segregation, and the deprivations of segregation. We are system, assembly programs, exhibits, and display contests.
living in the 20th century not the 17th, 18th, or 19th centuries r These two speakers addressed Northwesterns over the P.A.

where black slaves had to bow down and kiss the feet of their system during American Education Week; Mr. Frank Cannon,

masters. We are living in a contemporary time when the black exective director for the Equal Employment Commission,

MAN finally has a say in what is to happen in this country, and Wednesday, November 12, and Mr. Pierre W.Henry,a Metropolitan
to his people. We are living in a progressive and changing era Insurance Consultant, Thursday November 13.

not only in the race for space, but also in the race for human ..,. 't:' The Honor Society presented its installation Ceremony
equality and freedom. ;t: <'( ;:;. Wednesday morning November 12. As a part of the assembly,

When you think back on the many black men, women, and /" the Boy Counselors paid a special tribute to,all teachers [to
children who have suffered and died to accomplish the few and "'tr"?i" addition, the Future Business Leaders of American awarded

limited freedoms which blacks have today, you will then know :; '. prizes to homeroom with winning door prizes. Most of the
that blacks have gone a long way. Whenyou read in the news -: homerooms decorated their doors with attractive displays.A .
how blacks laid under the wheels of cars tanks bull
papers program, "Northwestern Looks At Itself," was presentedto
dozers, stood up bravely in front of machine guns, bayonettes, Sod sine tk Wed the entire community Thursday,November 13.The program
and dirty, filthy bigots, and were brutally and fatally injuredby of featured tableaux of the various departments of the school.

attacking dogs, flying bullets, fuming tear gas, and swinging After the program, the guests were Invited to view exhibitsin
clubs in 1964in i order to obtain the mere rights which This week's soul sister is Andera Saunders. She Is the Library of American Education Week.
the black man so truly deserves and to place a little black face a senior and a member'of the American Red Cross,
little white faces of other American Future Teachers of America and Girl counselors at
in public school among ***************
children you will understand it when I say that must we integrate Northwestern High School. She plans to attend Tallahassee -

University graduation.Here's .
upon Secretaries Needed. Rosilyn Holmes and Rosalyn Johnson
.* Segregation is primitive. Segregation Is a form"copping seniors of the Vocational Office Education Class,answered this
out." You can't compete with the establishment so you're goingto
call for Secretaries. Three Secretaries were absent from the
bunk the establishment. I can tell you now, that that is not
main office and these two skilled office workers rendered their
the way to cope with or remedy the situation, because blacks service.

and whites cannot stay away. from each other and segregate' How To Reduce Prejudice Both Rosilyns plan to pursue careers as executive secretaries. -
themselves forever. Give me an answer to this question. Who .

owns all of the big corporations? No matter how you segregate
at some time in the are going to have to get
game you Among High School StudentsGainesville ***************
together if blacks and whites plan to live in the same country.In .

time of war or national crisis the young and able black and
:- How can racial Using scientific question The J.V. Football team was defeated by Coral Gables J.V.
white men are going to come together and fight their hardest
prejudice among high naires, Dr. Tucker measured team November 5 at Coral Gables. The Bulls suffered their
and best for the United States of America.If .
school students. be reduced or prejudice, humanitarianism I first defeat along with three wins and a single tie.
In another let
you want to look at the matter way- why -
eliminated and The played Wednesday was the Junior last.
? worldmindedness of both game Varsity's
those prejudice bigots who want the worst for the black man, .
A student in the Universityof groups at the. end of the test t We are proud of you Bulls, for a job well done.
who want the blacks to go back(where they came
Florida's College ,of Education period. Archbishop; Curley edged the Bulls for a 14-13 defeat No-
and who want the blacks to the devil
from) stop giving them
has tackled this quest After comparing the results vember 8 at Hialeah Municipal Stadium. The Bulls now stand
want. I know
and what
about equal opportunity rights-get they
tion as part of his doctoral Dr. Tucker found thai 62. ;
I certainly don't want to satisfy someone who would soon see
dissertation requirement.His the experimental group's
dead, than and free American pre
a happy
commandingthe answer; If interracially judice level had' decreased Eva Is visiting Northwestern April 6-10,1970. .
"With all deliberate speed" was the phrase
grouped students regularly while the control not involved
integration of all America's public schools. I am tiredof
discuss current moral social in the
regular and
waiting. All black people should be tired of waiting. My-
and ethical problems,their open discussions" showed a .i ; Iota Phi Lambda
Who else do
God, for over 350 years we've been waiting. you Ma
prejudice will decrease significantly slight rise in prejudice."
know who has had to wait for anything for that long a time. I '
feel, that after all of this waiting and suffering, if we do not Concerning the study, Dr., Celebrates AEW
This is the finding of Dr., Tucker said "It
proved successful -
Isn't worth anything.
progress In some way then waiting just
Integration in all public schools will be a wonderful step Glenn Gorham Tucker, who in reducing intercul- Gamma Alpha Chapter of

forward. Fm all for it and with the grace of God we will all has received his doctorate in tural differences andcon- Iota phi Lambda Sorority,
be happy with it. educational curriculum and flicts," but, he added, "The Inc., invites you to attend its
Instruction and is'now on the time should
period be extended American Education Week
* * * *
staff of Marshall University. to at least
one semester 01
ELLY'S SPORTS SCENE program on Saturday,November
Last Saturday' at Hlaleah stadium, the lancing Curley Under the direction of Dry' more." 15, at Soror Mamie Waven
Glen Hass, the study used as Advisor Dr',Hass commented home 1348 NW 95th
Knights beat hard charging Northwestern Bulls with'a score of I St., apt.
1413. For two and a half hours the fever-filled fans concentrated a test group 96 randomly selected -' that Tucker's "careful research 101, Miami, Florida, at 8 p.m.

directly on that game, their team, and the spirit. How students at a rural on this difficult problem ..
happy and proud Cur ley player and fans felt at the end of those North Central Florida high'' appears to have demonstrated The speaker for this occasion

hard 48 minutes of playing time when they looked up, saw the school. that cultural dif Is Mrs. Ellen Williams,
Half of the ferences who is librarian at Dunbar
group.24black and conflicts can be a
Scoreboard and saw tb4tIJt'{ ras all over and they had won their
homecoming game. I Joust( say it was beautiful the game and and' 24 white students ",split, reduced., i' Elementary: School.The them
the half time performances.I up into sub-groups and met Additionally, Hass urged Gottfried B. Chatfield, a, for this,American Education
three times a week for four more testing "under many Miami Jackson High School l.Week is "Better Education.
must commend Northwestern's Boswell and all of the weeks in free and open dis other circumstances" to graduate. After graduation e I Your Job."

other Bull's for putting up such an exciting and thrilling fight cussion. .on various social clearly establish the general has completed basic training

against the Knight's.I problems selected by the effectiveness of this
approach In Paris Island, South Carolina We anticipate an en joyableevening

send out special commendations to the fantastic soul groups themselves." ............ ...... Mr.Chatfield made Pvt., so won't you Join us?
The 48 students
players on Curlers team who really played a tremendous remaning FirstClass, then was trans.. Chairman, 'sorer J Lauras-
game. They are Ted Hamiter,Russell Meriedy,Thomas Jones, were used as a control group : Janitorial l :. ferred to Ca Lejune N.C.,, tine Chisholm and cochairman -

Michael Thomas, Anthony Poitier, Garland Curry,KlrkStall- (not participating in the dis- training for truck driver. soror Rachel Pratt.
worth, Chester McDaniels, Raul Cabrera. You sure gave the' cussions) for the purpose of : ServicesWE
gae and the team slot of spirit and soul against the brothersat having a standard by which to :

Northwestern. Congratulations on your victory, soul bro measure changes In the experimental : HELP WANTED

thers J 111 J group. :
On November 15,the March for Peace In protest of the Viet- PERSONNELINTERVIEWER : DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
nam War will be repeated. I hope that It will be a peaceful :
demonstration because we're fighting such a dirty war over in Progressive medical I .
Vietnam that If we have any more violence then we might as staff. TIONWIDE FIRM. GOOD HOURLY WAGE
complex adding to : CLEAN RUGSBATHROOM '
i well give up and say that "we will never have peace." I don't Dtslrtptrsonntloritnttdindividual : PLUS OVERTIME. OUTSTANDINGFRINGE

t want that to happen. We mustn't have any more violence and' with high : AND : BENEFITS TREMENDOUS OP-
fighting here at home if we can possibly help it. I wish the standards, training and :TERRAZZO FLOORS: PORTUNITY .FOR ADVANCEMENT TO
march and the marchers all of the success In the world. God experience. Good .. .
+ knows we need peace I and htaltk op-. .. OTHER POSITIONS AND TRANSFER T 0
. .. . ptaronct untlol. Liberal benefitsand t : WILLIAMS : OTHER AREAS.NO .


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KaleidoscopeBy Teenager Guilty In .: ..:...

ROBERT J. SYE Bartender's MurderA : :
aJLOJUUU.ap g ff g 9 m 9 9rim tj optoo o nooPCJ ... a :

U you don't believe It: don't read It!as Incredible as it may Circuit Court Jury Saturday i \t\\g\ \ :
found James W. Sanders, :
read, Hollywood Is subtly and rapidly minimizing the roles 19, of 6791 NW 22nd Avenue, 2 :
(and consequently the influence) of black
of :
guilty first-d gree murder By JOHN "ROOTMAN" McARTHUR

actors and actresses in the film industry.So for his involvement in a November !..............'a.a....-aa...-.....aa...a.a.-.aaa.-aaa....-...aa..a......a.....aa....aa.......a...-.!-
evident is this white backlash movementthat
shooting death of
many blacks are now interested in for- a Miami bartender. Remember Rocky Groce from the radio scene here some
mulating a producing entity themselves The jury recommended years ago? Rocky G. has been named promotion executive for

without and/or with white liberal investors. morcy to Judge Jack Falk. Commonwealth United Records. Rocky was with WMCA New

It's coming and so is the end of an era which means Sanders will receive ...... York, worked in Philadelphia and Rochester Joe Jews
(1959-1969)) that witiness a flicker of the a mandatory life sen- who wrote "you talk too much" named executive vice pre.

lantern of equality tence, Assistant State Attor- dent and general manager of Funk Man Promotions 300 W, 55
Poof! and it's gone, out. ney I. Richard Jacobs said. Street.
* * Mahalia Jackson has cut her
Two other youths were Involved first album of top 40 tunes titl-
The long dreaded and awaited announce- in the robbery attemptof ed "What the World Needs Now"Such songs as "Put A Little
ment of Diana Ross' plan to disassociate Ann & Vince's Bar, 838 NW Love In Your heart," "Abraham Martin and John" and others

herself: _from_ ____ the_-_ --r-------Sunremes: : "has___ come tr._ u__ 79th St., in which Vincent A. r Recorded with the Duke Ellington Band Louis Jordonis
past," and with this revelation comes wild roaring speculations Karlson, 62, was shot to death alive and working in Las Vegas Cotton Club revue 1970. .
Who will lead the Supremes; and what will her leader- Last July, 17yearoldJerry James Brown working west coast in Dec. .. Many of the top
ship do to the popularity of the female trio? Well here's an Gibson, of 2295 NW46thSt. Mrs. Willie Mae Williams hits of today are recorded in muscle shoals, Alabama under

exclusive bit: Jean Terrell and Mary Wilson will swap leads: was found guilty of first- a member of Greater New Macedonia -, the auspices of Rick Hill
Cindy Birdsong chirping in the background.
degree murder by a Circuit
* * * Baptist Church was TOPS IN POPS AND SOUL-Lou Rawl's new record has sold
Della's back! The voluptuous singer-comediene deplaned Court' Jury, which also recommided .. awarded a plaque from the Women's over 900,000 copies still going strong. Temptations, Jerry

at the morcy. department ofthe Butler, Dells, James Brown Esley Brothers Gladys Knight
Monday Los Angeles airport after a successful fete in Lindsey A. Smith the third church for ,
New York. Della Reese, the most lookedatandlistenedtofemale youth charged in the, her outstanding and the Pips,Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Marvin Gaye,
case was services
performer on television, has been crowned "the hos- sentenced last summer to, two Annual during their Sixth Stevie Wonder, Bobby Bland, Booker T and the MGs, Aretha
tess with the mostessHer TV show, alive with song and in reform Day. She is Franklin, Chuck Jackson, Mary Wells, Maxine Brown, Jackie
years the
dance and comedy, is finding its place in the hearts of everybody pianist and directress of Wilson, Ray Charles, these stars continue to make hits and
And, if you don't believe that, you will not believe this: choir 111, male chours,and the stay in business. They must be doing something right.
FOR FINE PICTURES youth choir, and she is also
"Della is seen by more viewers in Memphis, than Johnny
Carson- and that's seeing some. CALL: president of the Young Women SOME TOP RECORDS- YEARS AGO
* * * Society She is a very ardent There Goes My Baby- Drifters; Personality-Lloyd Price;
Fred Williamson is becoming the hostest property in Holly- JOHNSON OF MIAMI church worker. The church is You're So Fine Falcons; What I'd say- Ray Charles; WhatA
woods' filmdom. Having recently completed doing a principalin located 3165 NW 56th St. and Difference A Day Made Dinah Washington: Only

Otto Priminger's "Tell Me You Love Me Junie Moon" will 635-4748 Rev. Roscoe. Jackson is Have Eyes For You Flamingos; Lonely Boy- Paul Anb;

be seen soon in "M.A.S.H.", costarring Elloitt Gould and, Is pastor ril Be Satisfied Jackie Wilson. Do you remember?

now being wooed to do both a black western and a black 007 --- ---
detective-type film; either of which would/could launch him
into the stardom strataosphere. He has the talent,all he needsis

the opportunity and it's "right around the corner." .
<. t. Y .. SR.N ,3;.Sjf; \
* * * *

Paul, the brother of famed blues-soul-singer Lou Rawls,
has a problem and needs help. Paul, is a handsome young man ,
and fine cook, has invested monies in barbecue and is ensnared M1 g 1

in the complexities of advertising and merchandising.

simpler words, he has the product, but there aren't enough ; r\ r

people aware of it. ; \ ,.I'

One bite and,a word from his brother Lou_ a definite dem-
onstration of black unity- and Paul's Crenshaw& Adams pit '\
would smoke for a long, long time.
Sammy Davis is a pint-sized giant, and a never ceasing "

. working pony.. and if that metaphor sounds like a contradiction -
:, ; dig this. Davis, recently returned from an 18 day night
club stint, underwent 5 hours of surgery at Glendale Memorial
Hospital, and that same afternoon he held myraid of conferences -

rehearsed a "Laungh In," and now,two days later he's
scheduled more conferences (motion picture and bankers),
and now he is about to commence upon another cross country
stint. ";
Talkin' 'bout soul, "Davis' soul is overflowing." ) 1 L.161S1t(1652.1689) ,, b<
INVENTOR, BUSi $$MA$. Bon In Paramaribo, Dutch Guinea timed passage to th ? e > !Io._
* * * United Stitei n a sailor and irrlwd In Lynn, Mtmchuttttt In 1876.After laboring tM yura, / f'4__
Linda Forman, a dynamic singer has Just released the rec- Mttztttfer finally Indented and patented an automatic Shoe-Lwting Machlna on March 20th,1843. a' "
Patent*274,207 the United Shot of Baton which revolutionized '
was purchased by Machinery Company '
ord "Let's Get It that's doing exactly that. This \
Together" shoe Industry,created tttoutanda of job,cut thoe prices In half.Fosttwmouity awarded ;# ',
petite ((5'5") black haired, ebony colored chocolate cookie, gold medal by the Pan-American Exposition In 1901.Statue erected hi hit honor hi lynn, Maltachutettt -, s t : .
looks and sings like the sauce that goes on the soul dish. ,the shot capital of the world ,

She's definitely got It together.

* * * Do you know it was a black man ,I
Someone these words "
once uttered profound : You never
know what you can do 'till you do it!" and, that's exactly what :
who revolutionized
the shoe
RCA's Administrator Press & Information Grelun landon did. industry,

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 14. 1969 13

Fii s. Omegas Hear Student Protests and Revolts

The beautiful and spacious bound, as the student repre- cayne College; NelsonAdams, Prayer.." A number of cita-
with Buena Vista Room of the Holiday sentatives from ,several of, Jr., Miami Jackson Senior tions were presented duringthe
Inn of Miami Springs was Dade's Educational Institutions High; Janet Goldstein, Miami occasion; among them
'BUTTER' the setting for the many expressed their views Palmetto High; Barbara Souza were: The Citizen of the Year
A friends of Omega, Psi Phi both pro and con on the touch Barry College and Roose- Award, received by Rev
____ Fraternity who gathered thereto theme. Some of them felt that velt Witherspoon, MiamiDade Thedford Johnson, pastor of
SMmtl involve themselves in the only time only brings forth the North. The St. John Institutional Bap-
Observance of the organiza true answer to the question, Herbert L. Day the chief tist Church, who was currently -
Great ExpectationsThree tion's Annual Achievement while ,others felt that the actions engineer of the magnificent in the process of observinghis
Week Banquet. The occasion of the students could be event is to be commanded for 18th year as pastor of the
years ago no one could have told me that I would encounter provided interesting as wellas helpful and harmful,dependingon his efficient selections in the progressive aggregation. He
in person such greats as Soul Sister No. 1 and Soul thought provoking discus- the manners in which they student participants, who was cited for his numerous
Brother No. 11! That improbable and seemingly impossibleevent sions, which could have very were applied. All discussionswere displayed superior talent in area of leadership and untiring
happened to me in April '69 and September well aided in the digesting of very well executed and their presentations toward the and unselfish services to
I had seen James Brown perform before but I never thought the very tasty repast served. from all indications, accepted success of the event. his church and the community.
that one day I would be laughing and talking with him in a "Student Protests and Re- 'and enjoyed by all in attendance The Melodious voice of Herbert L. Day received the
friendly conversation. I get lucky at some times, though. volts: Helpful or Harmful?" .' Richard Dunn was very sooth- Omega Man of the year award
Mr. Henry Stone, president of Alston Records, knew James was the heated theme for dis- The panel included; Grady ing as he rendered several for dedicated services to the
when he first started out into the entertainment field and cussion and the many friendsin Miller, Florida Memorial selections, particularly so in cause of Omega. G. Holmes
helped him a great deal with his business matters. This relationship attendance were kept spell College; Robert Novack, Bis- his rendition of "The Lord's Braddock received an out-
never changed so whenever. James would come to town standing Service award as
crop distributor -- "-----------------------------
ne-Q oy me to see his "main man. well as Attorney James Mat- ,.
It happened that I had a session on the same day that James FRANKLIN'S CARPET thews for their outstanding
arrived in town. I walked into Mr. Stones office and I could services to the community. J.
have easily passed out! There he was,as cool as ever, deckedin Lang Kershaw received an
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a grey double-breated suit with grey gators to set it off, award for his outstanding ser-
very slick indeed. I stood fora moment and tried to keep calm. SPECIALIZING RUG SALES & CLEANING vices to humanity. Others received -

Then James spoke "Is this Betty Henry?" and Henry replied COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING honorable mention, in
"yes, that's our little star." Mr. Brown then told me that he recognizing the services being
really dug my recording "Girls Can't Do What The Guys Do" CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT rendered by each.

and that he hoped would go far with such good people behindme FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 535-3641 The annual "Social Event of
as my manager Willie Clarke, song writer Clarence HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE > the Year," The Harvest Moon
Reid, producers Shapiro and Alaimo, and my wonderful mu- : ,, Ball, sponsored by the Sigma
sicians. //24 ;"'''''.'.:';'''1 ( Alpha Chapter of the Omega
"or j
,Okay so I managed to fit into the conversation with a little .., :."w"'J." ," -,. -. Psi Phi Fraternity is rapidly
help from my friends. James Just makes you feel at home. He .. .)/. .J..., ,t'pit" I ..." coming to a showdown. The
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talks on your level. You don't feel like you're talking to some- :.! ;II" '" .. great affair is slated for No-
one who's known the wor Id over for his musical ability, you .. j Jf'>1' :., ,:, ./.,; I'A vember 28th at Bayfront Park
feel as if you've known him all your life as a friend. ... ,"-o 0/1'' :'!:Jt. '" J Auditorium. Invitations shouldbe
I saw James again last week Monday and Tuesday along with '[I, c. on the way to you soon.
his prodlgee Mirva Whitney. We talked about the ups and ,,;A#tt1 I In case you don't get yours
downs of the recording business and what you have to do to ." ifi'' R ; 4F soon, contact any Omega Man
stay on top. He promised that he would put, me on a series of ll.; and he will gladly see that
specials that are to be shown in place of one of the well known \:,, 0 yours is forthcoming.
talk shows. He's also interested in cutting me in another bag ',. y, ti 1. Reservations will be avail
to see how it works out. Hats off to you, Mr. Brown. 1 r t ,,' : .U i'.', a I, able at Judge Harold Bray-
South Sister No. 11 met at Criteria Recording Studio. She t non's office, 5022 NW 7th A ve.
had sessions there for eleven days. 4 I IF and the Davis Printery, 1381
On September 27, my manager and Iwere informed that she 1 NW 54th Street.
,was recording that night so we decided that we would go and
check the "queen" out. Aretha, with her beautifully natural Attention!
hairdo, was sitting at the piano groqvin'with her rhythm sec-
tion Just setting the pace for another million seller to add to Miami Northwestern PTA ,
her collection. will hold its regular monthly

Jerry Wexler and Tommy Dowd, Arethas' producers,whomI meeting Monday, Nov. 17 at
saw on several other occasions introduced me to Aretha. 8 p.m. in the school auditorium -
She said very warmly "Hello, soul daughter,nice to meet you. We are asking all interested ;;,
She' then introduced me to the girls who make up the marvelous .,i parents to please be
background sounds ort her many hit records. They were'Pat, present.Mr. .
Evelyn, Almeta, and Wylene I was really very excited but I We Brand Name Carpeting Samuel Cohen, principal -
managed to control myself long enough to get situated for one and Mrs. Thelma Downs
of the most exciting experiences in my life. Did she croon? president.
You'd better know it! Her every rendition was soul stirring. I j
When she completed each song she asked me what I thoughtof
it. She asked for my ideas for the background. Imagine

that- the queen asking' me! 33 IT R D I N l-S ''.
The nights following this one were Just as exciting. To see :
lady soul in a session you'd know well why they call her "Soul
Sister No. 1.. When her sessions were completed,she invitedus .kss
up to her suite at the Fountainbleau.We dug all of the sides '" '
that she cut during her stay in Miami. Present were my sis f" : IlL I" 'J'
ter Jeannette, my manager L. C. CookeSamCookes brother / .: ,. :.
who bears a striking resemblance to Sam), his manager,.Wy L. < "
lene (one of Arethas: background singers) and yours truly). our elegant gift ,
Aretha then exclaimed that we had enough singers in the
room to get a thing going on, so we went into the living room
part of the suite. There stood, a brand new piano. I tell you special--2 pantyhosein
she played for three solid hours! We all sang along>! with her.
She spoke ever so often about God and never did she,forget to
say Amen after each selection. It surprised me but I guess I bonus tote
shouldn't have been surprised that most of the songs she sung .... \, .v,, ',' '.*! ::!
were spirituals. This was very characteristic other back *
ground and family She actually took time and gave me pointerson '''\ '. r
becoming a great entertainer. Her philosophy is"Be nice, 399
no matter what you do be nice." She promised me sincerelythat ,
she would help me into the entertaining field. She said "

she's also looking forward to coaching me with my records to ;', hGreat
in the near future. She's really wonderful. ,," .. : y
Aretha Franklin and James Brown, two black and. beautiful ,, gift at a l low price/ -2 pro panfy' ,ib
people! Support them because they are 101% for us. hose tucked Into a reuseabfe, bright ,
Butterball will probably be back next week and I would like colors. 3
vinyl, tote Many, many pr i
to thank him for providing me with the opportunity to hip you sfocJtf/Wfofe, 2.99.
to my own little,world. Love, Betty Wright

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Veterans Day

It seems appropriate this

Veterans Day to recall a true

and recent story. It has great

influence and significance.

Not long ago, a group of Students -
ro. ; for a Democratic Society

(SDS)asked a young sold-
TipHFLET ier in Chicago why he servedin

the United States Army.
Without hesitation, the young
You've asked me over and Charlotte is one of our
GI replied, "so you can stand
over again to explain the sym- youngest members. Manyof here on this corner and shoot
bolism found in our "coat of you probably knowher much off your mouth."

arms" at the top of this more than I do, however, 1 I A newsman overheard the

column. Miss Elizabeth Shoe- wonder if this can be appliedto soldier's remark and recorded -

maker our assistant social your knowledge of her musi- It before he vanished

secretary as well as art director cal ability. I say this becauseat the crowd of onlookers. The

sent me a note the other first glance, I thought her stalwart and proud young man

day with the following explanation very shy and timid, but during thus far remains anonymous.This
the next five minutes I
event has a direct
rapidly changing my mind:So
bearing on the vast majorityof
much charm can't possibly be
our servicemen and wo-
\: appreciated if it's overbear-
men. They devote themselvesto
,ing. She shows no faults what-
serving their country and
soever and Mr.LaPierre tells
independence; they are contributing
me she Is as reliable as a Rolls
all they have to our be-
Royce in it's prime. I believe loved country yet they,too
this is what maks her a"win
remain anonymous.But '
Dr ning" person. it is this group of formidable '
Musically speaking, Miss and com slonate ( i

Mooore has a soft soprano citizens who form the back-
voice. Her youth is,of course,
bone of our country.It Is these
a give-away as to her lack of
proud individuals who
experience but the Performing :
our heritage; individuals witha :
Arts Society is not entirely passion forAmerica;indivi-

'\ composed of members with duals willing to fight for, not
great experience. She has a
against, our great nation
learning capacity which ranks Veterans Day is of neces-

her among our best learners sity a day set aside to commemorate
She The PerformingArts
says: that the choral material
being new -
coat of those who have paid
Society arms con-
was submitted to her not
of shield bar the supreme sacrifice on
sists a bearing a
too weeks and al-
many ago
of music at it's top, the dove she has memorizedmost battlefields. Indeed, it
of within it's center and ready also be a day to honor, remember
of it. I suppose this applies -
the inscription "Fiat Pax" and respect those
(Fiat Pacem)beneath the dove. to many of our mem- continue to keep our land free
bers nevertheless Charlotte
The bar of music symbolizethe honest and virtuous.W. .
being so young'makes it more
harmony foundamongpeopIe noticeable. C. Covington,commander

working together fora Miss' Moore is the daugh- .

common cause. The dove car- ter of Mrs. Delores Moore, .

rying the olive branch is the living at 1229 NW 40th Street, Performing Arts Society

;internationally recog- here in Miami. members have asked me '
nized symbol of peace.The inscription I'I; II
I was reading a passage have you Identify with Mr.Cayce
,."Fiat Pax, means from a book by Edgar Cayce and to wish,you to I I

i;'Let there be peace." 'and Fd like to quote the following one another, be happy.jtiiiiiaiiSiai'i'fii* : :

We thank you Elizabeth. Mr. Cayce say :"Pa-.
Once In a while I''come in
tience love kindness
..contact with a new Performing brotherly !
ness, longsuffering, -
Arts Society member who love.There is no law against iT. > I See I IF r

seems so efficient,I can't wait any of these for they are the SLICK BLACK
for the Interview. My little
law of consistency in the F 'I DOUILE ACTION,
guest for this week is one such search for peace they /COLORS GRAYHA1REIWI
person, Miss Charlotte "
themselves bring
Moore. Isn't that beautiful! The

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III' :Travel 1 gnts Praise Brave t w., D +Nh

TWA Stewardess. '

The Twelfth Annual meetingof
Interamerican Travel Honorable. Turner Shelton,

Agents Society met Nassau, United States Consul General
November 1-5. as guests of for the Bahamas,'at his home

Balmoral Hotel.Highlighting where ITAS and members, of -\ IIpt I rcIi
the Bahamas Ministry attended _
the issues dis- -

cussed were: (a) Projecting a _
professional A resolution was passed
image to the
Black 'ii praising the bravery and for-
community, (b) Maintaining '
titude of Miss Tracy Coleman,
high standards of t,
ethics and professionalism the TWA Black stewardess,
who insisted
on accompanyingthe
among agencies (c)
Establishment of a "coop"for recent high jacked flight 'P
group participation in from California to Rome. E 1r

Mexico The 1970 ITAS meeting is
Panama, Guatemala
scheduled for Vancouver Bri-
City, America, and
tish Columbia
Nassau in 1970. (d) Restruc- r1IL.*
Miami at the
ting the Society to meet to- SENATOR ED BROOKE Representing
convention were Charles
day's competition. sence on the island, a reception I
North and Marie Brown of
Senator Edward Brooke of in his honor was hostedby North's Travel Bureau.

Massachusetts accepted ITAS

invitation and appeared as a

speaking guest to the conven- MIX'EM Orion-double-knit

tion. As a result of his pre-

AttentionCEP J separates to do your thing with

Alumni is having din ((8 lucious colors to work with)
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A Very :: Woman (;; ': \ i.',
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I i Northwestern HighA 'it..:\\ .Ii.

"Who Leads A Very A high schoo 1 and Raymond Burley, 18.Wal-
m senior being sought for las t Its apparently fired at Burley
Friday's shooting of anothei. but hit Watts who was walking
Meaningful Lifes. I: student at Northwestern Higl i nearby, according toSgt.Lury
: surrendered to Miami poliCE t F. Bowen. ,.
booked Into
Saturday. Wallis was
There is a woman In Miami who is trying to fill the void I Bernard Wallis, of 2301 N\\t County Jail on a charge of aggravated +
left by society incaring for the elderly.Mrs. Georgia Butler -
74th St., gave himself up at bis i assault and was released '
resident In the Central District In ,
a Negro Is'taking home at about 11 a.m. aftei after posting a $1,500
I boarders who are "too old, too sick, and too dependentto bond.
his mother made arrangements
live alone," but not so dependent that they need nursing ;. for his surrender, Yt h

home care. police said.Wallis. t
"I want to take care of the people that nobody else f3 is charged wltt I if't. .
wants," Mrs. Butler explains_ "I enjoy taking care of shooting Anthony Watts, It I II ,,'
people. f' twice in the stomach with a. '"
It all started over a year, ago.Social Workers from the ;3I pistol Friday morning in a
Services Division of the Yous- { ,
Community Department corridor at Northwestern. '( .
I ing and Urban Development met Mrs. Butler through one f Police said the shooting \: ,
of their clients. The client was illandelderly and obviously ${ lowed a fight in the school l 1\ "\,,'I, ,"I",. .. ....' '. '. '
.:: incapable of caring for herself. The Community Serf gymnasium between WallisAnnetta );: :. \1" ;' .' \
vices worker came and checked on her,cooked her meals, I
;: and cared for her. following the lead, the Social Worker
went to Mrs. Butler and spoke to her Mrs Butler had '\
? been employed as a cook until she became too ill to work
I at a full-time job She was living on County assistance and ..
; expressed a desire to be able to earn her own living I l&f'1 Thqa UlUfd AMocer I
'" Community Services'capitalized on Mrs. Butlers abi- ,
lities, desires, and enthusiasm to care for others.They
Mr. and Mrs. Ben and Mat- Northwestern Sr. High School
checked with Jackson Memorial Hospital to make sure that .
5d tie Beasley of 2036 NW 69th, and of FAMU. He attends the
Mrs. Butler was physically strong enough to take care of
others, and soon after, Community Services came into f hcef.AUOaMU Ter., announce the engage University of Miami. He is
I contact with an elderly woman living alone and unable to ment of their daughter, Mary employed by the Dade County
l care for herself. They brought Mrs. Butler over to meet Alice, to Mr. Alonzo Benjamin School Board.
the woman, and with tears in her eyes, Mrs.. Butler took Gilbert, son of Mrs Enith A December wedding is
:.- the woman to her apartment. There was not enough room Gilbert of Miami. planned..
In Mrs.'Butler's apartment for the woman to live.but the r; Mr. James Gaiter of 2334 Miss Beasley is a senior
) woman was satisfied to sleep on the couch in the apartment NW' 155th St. announces the speech therapy major- at WATCH FOR JAN. 10
so that she should no longer be alone. Mrs.Butler engagement of his grand- FA MU and is presently student ALPHA KAPPA
cared for the woman -- bathed her, fed her, and dressed daughter Jacquelyn Neely to teaching in Dade County. She
her. The Community Services Division received a call Mr. Albert Ernest Sands. is a member of Delta Sigma ALPHA
from the woman for the workers to come and see her at Bowman A December wedding is Theta Sorority.Mr. PRESENTS
Mrs. Butler's apartment..Mrs.Butler had set the woman's I planned. Gilbert is a graduate of
Back In TownMiss
hair and dressed her up, and, in the woman's own words, i
she looked absolutely "foxy."
Then Butler moved into a Annetta Bowman,
Mrs. was larger
the second of Mrs. Butler's boarders daughter of Mr. & Mrs.James
who had introduced Bowman, 6250 SW 60th St.,
woman Community
Butler was the newest arrival. apartment:1'-:1':1'and Miami, a National Airlines OJ[]

.The three women lived together in the employee, ,has transferredfrom Mm m i
Washington, D.C. Na-
:with each new boarder, Mrs. Butler was a !j
pier, knowing that f she was helping someone | tional Airport to Miami International
,capable of helping herself.One Airport. 1665 NW 36th STREET
of the boarders, needing more medical assistancethan Annetta was graduated from
Mrs. Butler could offer,has been moved to a nursing I the Public Schools in Miami, 22 FLAMINGO PLAZA
home, but the door,has remained open for others. .And and the Hartford Airline Per-
the four bedroom apartment is filled with the three women I sonnel School in Hartford :, ;,.:..r'.,;,,;.
and one man recently placed with Mrs.Butler by a County Conn., and attended West Vir-
Welfare Worker. i ginia Univ. and Tenn. State

One of the women, who has lived in the area for many Univ., before becoming a National '
years, is afforded the opportunity,by living with Mrs. But I Airlines Customer Ser- f in1'
ler, to remain in the neighborhood watch the action on vice Representative last year. iot
"Third Avenue," the'busy and always interesting street Welcome home Annetta.
In the area. :
Mrs. Butler cooks, cleans,and cares for the people who
live with heft Community Services has found her to havean
inborn ability,'without a formal education, to meet the GRAYSONBEAUTY \
'" needs and for the SALON
provide care elderly. \ :
Since the apartment is In.an area to be torn down and I' (Newly Open) \
rebuilt, Mrs. Butter and her boarders will have to move to 1778 NW 95th,Street \
another apartment sometime in the future. But Mrs.But T.I: 696-6560
,ler has "all the confidence in the world" that Dade County Special attention to children
Housing and Urban Development will help her to continue I
i to take care of people when she is relocated. Air Expert Conditioned Wig Stylist
Mrs. Butler and her boarders are quite fond of each \ VB" (
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I. other. Their need for each other is better medication than Sarah Cooper Grayson, Operator Prop.. ,
,any prescription physician could offer : .
.1. Mrs. Butler is a'very;speciU,woman. Community Services I| '
.S thinks so. Her boarders think so.couldn't be with i
: anyone better,",one of the boarders explained. It.takes ai MIR QOESKT C \
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ifcL0JLf IP 8 ?/ .c fl .IMJUUU People have assumed for too long that they can never be
fashionable because they don't have the know-how of what to
The annual meeting of the treasurer of that unit. wear and how to wear it. The purpose of this column will be .,

Southern Atlantic Region of the Mrs Jones is owner and to make people aware of their appearances and to give advice I II -I

National 'Beauty Culturists operator of Jones Beauty and tips on, what can be done about improving themselves.: ,
League held at the New Ever, World at 2975 NW 62nd St.She Hairstyles, skin care: make-up,manicures,color coordination I gw, a t y f!
specializes in hair coloringand charming conversation, a question of ettiquette,fashion-
glades Hotel proved to be one permanents and does some sense and personal colorscope just a few of the area which
of the most successful in its of the best technical work.in advice will be given for improving Black beauty and pride.
history. this area. Every person can be attractive. Beauty can be created and
the starting place on the climb to natural beauty is skin care.
She invalues'herself in the :You must know your own type of skin in order to select indi- aM
Mrs. Beuhler B. Hunter, beauty profession and tries to vidually suitable skin-care products and apply them so that

Regional Supervisor,presented to support the ideals of the they bring results. ,+ kp a i j;, I + 1 17n
a fifty-year pin to all pre- profession that were Instilledin Another improtant area is fashion-sense..The basic step is
sidents of the local units sym- her at the Sunlight Schoolof an awareness of a good foundation whether it is natural or y
bolizing the fact that they helped Beauty Culture. She goes artificial. A person needs to know how to select a style that P
to bring the first fifty-years out' of her way to attend con- adds to his appearance.
of the National BeautyCulturIsts ventions and has attended nu- A third major area in fashions is a question of etiquette. A .
League to a successful merous ones throughout the well dressed person (man or woman) may distract from his 4 w" _Aq, 4hI
conclusion. country.The appearance if he does not exercise courtesy, good taste and --' ---
consideration for others. JOINS AFRAM HOUSERuth
One of the most important beauticians of Miami Charm is a quality that you alone can fashion for yourself;
events at the Recognition Ban- especially of unit 49,are proudof however, it is less difficult to achieve when you know how. Harper, a former model and'director rof Ruth Harper
quet was the presentation of a Mrs. Jones for her dedica- Black Model.'on the Go.Sharon Roker,Allegro Finishing Modeling School in Philadelphia, has joined AFRAM Houseas
plaque to Mrs. Doris Jones of tion and endless enthusiam for School and Career College. a beautyconsultant. AFRAM,an all black operated firm based,
Unit # 49 for her outstanding beauty culture. Improving Black Pride -- Good manners can begin at home in Miami,. Fla. specializes cosmetic products for the na.
service during the year. This and expanded in the school and the community,t have a dream tion's 22-million black consumers.
plaque was presented to her by She lives at home with her that one day, anyone can seea Black child who could show respect President of A FRA M House,Blanche Galloway(sister of
the president of the unit,Mrs. husband, Mr. Willie Jonesandher for elders, property and different ideas;yet,he can have famed Cab Calloway), announced Mrs. Harper's appointment.
Mary Bryant. Mrs. Jones is daughter, Tangela. self-confidence and pride.. Mrs. Harper is a recent recipient of three awards from
NAACP for her civic work and was voted Philadelphia's Best
I Dressed Woman by popular vote in a poll taken by the Philadelphia -
R. J. Reynolds Gives $60,000 To Meharry. Tribune a few years ago.

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.- College, and several Meharry The national campaign'sgoal "All of us are mindful of the AFRAM,.House, a year old firm that began as a null order
R. J, Reynolds Tobacco Com- alumni practicing in the Wins-, is to raise $55 million contributions and the needs' of house is distributed through department stores throughout the
country. They distribute not only women's cosmetics but
will contribute $60,000to ton-Sale are.Meharry from private sources in three ,
pany Meharry Medical College. It men's body products as well as wigs for men and women and
is the Another millionis
a national fund-raising only private, phases $34
campaign for Meharry Medi- predominantly Negro medical expected ,from the federal is' obvious from the numberof cosmetic aids.MERCHANTS.
cal College in Nashville, school in the country.Since its government. The goal for the Meharr y alumni practicingin
Tenn., it was announced. founding in 1876, it has grad first phase, launched in Oc- Winston-Salem and else- WHO ADVERTISE. IN THE
Colin Stokes, executive vice uated about one-balfoftheNe- tober, is $12.6 million from MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING' YOU THEY
president of Reynolds, made gro physicians and dentists in private sources and$14.2 mil where here today,that our em- INVITE YOUR' PATRONAGE AND APPRECIATE -
the announcement at a lunch- the U. S. There are 21,physi- lion in anticipatedgovernmcnt ployees and the citizens of our
eon for Dr. Ralph H. Hines, cians and dentists in the Wins-. support. community have an interest in DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. THEY
vice president of Meharry ton-Salem area who are alumni "This; is a proud occasionfor the future of Meharry. Medical I ARE, COURTEOUS AND DEPENDABLE.
of Meharry. our company/'Stokes said. College" PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMIP&F !
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have his number now, pleasecall perment and easily trained.The .
and clear this. M.C. drawback that a pup has is

T..W lIS Your Dog M.C., that it will be at'least a year

'., I called your boss and lam before he's really good for

HE,. AYI And now training his dog but, J protection. And also you don't
YouBY would like to answer his question know if he's going to be a cour-

.,. for the benefit of my read- ageous dog.Sunday .

j I SEE IT VINCE COOPERMR. ers. First of all I informed we had our first unofficial -
him that most security compa- meeting of the protec-

i By JERRY D. MITCHELL nies that train dogs are training tion dogs club and all voted

them in white so to speak for Mary Thomas to be secre
Cooper, F. S., and if they are trained cor- and bookkeeper.
Now that the Negro can sit realized the immensity of the Our dog has bitten a man on The law allows a residentto
rectly,will do the job irre- None of us envy her post.
on any part of the bus, eat at "black market' by producing our property, can you tell us if keep four dogs provided ,
gardless of color. One thingI Our next meeting will be at 12
any restaurant, and go to any goods and services which are we are liable. they are kept clean and don't
must about trainis 16 at the
say dogs we noon Sunday Nov.
school, he has discovered that desired and necessary for his ,r 'J. M. bark excessively, a pup under
that aren't 15th Avenue.
they prejudice house, 4736 NW
his delayed rights and privi- brothers.
six months does not count on
J.M.First when it comes to doing the More'members will be elected -
leges have gained him a new The Negro community, of all, you did not go'Into the number. So I think it's safe
Job! and talk on abuildingto
kind of power. This power being awakened to the fact that these details. You would be liable to say that four'' grown dogs more
Mr. Cooper be .
essential to the progressof black producted goods and if ((1) you did not have and as many pups under six My wife and, I feel like we next week keep send-

any group In this capitalistic services are now available, signs posted informing the months as the older dogs re- need a good protection dog and ing in the cards and letters.

society is the power of the has responded favorably to public of a bad dog, ((2) your produce.Mr. wondered if''we should get a Coopers Canine Service,
dollar their dog was loose and in the street
appearance on the mar- Cooper
older Street.
pup or an, dog. 2021 NW 97th
In a sense, the Negro has ket. This favorable responcehas (3) Your gate was open or My boss at work was goingto R. M.

always had the power of the permitted the black busi- cracked without signs posted.. call a training outfit for his R. M.,

dollar. He could always go nessman to prosper to such a Mr. Cooper, dog and I recommended you If you need canine protection WATCH FOR JAN. 10
down to Richards or Burdines degree that he is willing to We have three dogs and our and he said in so many words now, I think an older dogis

and purchase anything his place some of the rewards neighbors seem *o think that that if the dog was trained in your best bet, but do not ALPHA KAPPA

heart desires. He is welcomedby back into the community. In it's three too many.What is the black so to speak, he wouldbe purchase any grown dog.Make

the loan companies and some areas of town,the Negro limit. F. S. only good for black. You sure the dog is of good tem- ALPHA PRESENTS
banks in order to make a down has increasingly patronizedthe

payment on a car or a home. black operated businesses --- ..........".. - -
Moreover, the power of the while simultaneously boycot-
dollar and the black man have ting the white businesses This fl "' '

both been important factors in type of "brotherly love" is FREE! FREE FREE(0! .
the construction of this coun-
forcing the white man to take l0
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the amplification of a of the more outstanding CONTESTW :
black heritage and a new examples of this action C4(( gTw

awareness of self respect and was the closing down of Burger :

pride, the Negro 'turned the, Farm on 62ndStandl7thAve. "
dollar to his benefit in a more It was later reopened by Mu- FREE BONUS

productive manner. haddud All in the tune of Champ
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everything that was manufac- white owner who was afraidof .

tured was made by white peo- racial disturbance, closed
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 14, 1969 RANGE

loving memory of the St. Mary's WesleyanMethodist MRS, BEULAH MOORE of
r MEMORIALS DEATHS I Church. 15th Ave. Apt # 26
.CARDS .............. ...---- ,-,- .__. 6666 NW
; ROBERT ELLIOT RUFF of died Thursday, November 6th
1831 NW 57th St., died Saturday at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
e 8j i dt ak November 8th. Mr. Ruffis Mrs. Moore is survived by her

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS survived by two daughters, husband, Joseph; two sisters,

I Barbara and Dannette Ruff Mrs. Marion Harris and Mrs.
In loving memory of our be- sad but loving memory oi f t The family of the late, two sons, Don and Vaughn;his; Ruby Magum. Funeral ser
grandmotherand dear beloved MRS. ROSE LEE GREEN
loved mother, our mother, Mrs. Hattie Ruff; a vices were conducted on Mon
sister AUGUSTA HELD who departed this life Oct.21,
November 10th in the
brother, William; and two sisters day,
who departed this life November 1969 wish to express with
Memorial chapel
D ore t h a Barnes and Range
12,1967.Asleep grateful appreciation to our /
tl3 F v,. X>i.4g i. Eolyn R. Jones. Funeral ser MR. MARSHALL NAYLORof
friends and neighbors R
many vices will be held in the Range 1579 NW 68th St. died Mon
Jesusl Blessed sleep> for your many acts of kindness
Memorial chapel on Friday at day November 3rd. His survivors
From which none ever wakesto ; and thoughtful expression of ,
weep; sympathy for the flowers and 4:00 p.m.AGNES. include his wife, Mary;
v w. v and
A calm and undisturbed reposeUnbroken i I cards. 6w '>>EULIN' two daughters, Mary Clark
by the last of foes Special thanks to Rev. A. BETHEL of Tommie Barnes; five sons,
<, ,.. 6233 NW 14th Court died at Johnnie Robert, Claude,
Randall, Rev. Whitehead,Rev. -1>';:;1'" ; "
.. Jackson Memorial Hospital. and Willie 20
; \ Only sleeping calmly sleepingSafe Atkinson Range Funerals George ; grand
; ,
SAM JACKSONwho Mrs Bethel is survived by two
.,Ii' friends for flowers children; one great'grand
from the worlds !: Home and -
.N' departed this life Novem- daughters Maria and Denise Lee
child four Ora
( Only sleeping, sweetl r cards and telegrams. ''
ber 13, 1957. Bethel; a son,William Anthony and Claude Miller, Robertand
!...: ,\ 'o'i'i / sleeping Gone, but not forgotten two brothers, Arthur and Willie B. Naylor. Serviceswere
< ( Safe in her saviors arms, The Family
, James Eulin; two sisters, Lillian held Monday, November10th
." '# '< ,<' '", Ernest and Sam Jackson and Eulin Davis and Mary in the chapel.

; ( : ',fi" :": ;';' >, Sadly missed by CARD OF THANKSThe family Louise Tuswell.. Funeral services .

raZ.,. : f5f I :Alf' Hield husband family of the late will be Saturday, 1:00
-'- John ,
at the Ebenezer United ALBERT
MRS. MARYDEAN children and grandchildrenIN l MRS. MAMIE SIMPSON, CARD OF THANKSThe p.m.Methodist Church with the

who departed this life November wish to express their appre- family of the late Rev. Aaron D. Hall officiat THOMAS CULMER of 1246
to the friends ,
12,1962.Through many NW 65th Terr, unit 871 died
MEMORIAMIn and neighbors for their kind ERNEST THOMAS, ing.
November 1, at Cedars of Lebanon
deeds acts and words of take this method to extend its
the day thy love has of sym Hospital. Survivors Include -
loving memory out: pathy during their recent be profound gratitude to those MRS. GWENDOLYN PRATTof
spared us, dear husband and father, who remembered them 790)) NW 63rd St., died Mrs. Annie Cui met,

Now we lay us down to rest; reavement.Many thanks to the Rev.Cleo through cards, floral tributes, Thursday, November 6th at the wife; Mrs. Maxine Nealy,
Through the silent wathes St. Francis Hospital. Amongher Alice Dean and Ruth Dean,
Albury Jr. and the Mt. Sinai visitations and other acts of
guard us nieces. Services were con-
kindness during their hours of survivors Includetwosons
Let no foe our peace molest; Baptist God Church.bless bereavement.May Benjamin Franklin Sey- ducted in the Liberty City cha-

Jesus, thou our guardian be; May you. God bless each one of mour' and Glaston Richards. pel, Saturday, November 8.

Sweet it is to trust in thee. Funeral services will be con- With burial in Evergreen Memorial
The Mining and Bryant .
you.Josephine Cemetery.MRS. .
Families Thomas, ducted on Saturday, November
Guard us waking, guard us daughter and FamilyRICHARDSON 15th, 4:00 p.m. in the MANDER SNIPES of

sleeping, and, when we die Range Memorial chapel, with 14411 Jefferson Street, Rich-

May we in the nightly keepingall : i y. IN MEMORIAMIn Rev. 1C. Mlckins officiating. mond Height died November

peaceful lie; .h ro. 5, at Baptist Hospital.Service'

When the last dread call shall sad but loving memory of EUSTACE EDGECOMBE of will be held Wednesday at

wake us, 4 1 the late 651lNW12Ave.Apt.20diedSunday Martin Memorial AME at3:30
I Do not thou our God forsake us, e f t sI MRS. FRANKIE SHUMAKEof : November 9th. He Is p.m. Repose was held in Per-
But to reign in glory take us, I .j I 1799 NW 86th Terrace died I survived by a daughter, Mrs. rine chapel. Surivors includeone

with thee on high. Sunday night at her residence., Hortense Lucas; five sons, son Eddie Brown Jr.
Funeral services will be held I
Chauncy, Williams, Eustace, niece, Martha Lee McKinnon
The family Satuday at 1:00: p.m. in St. John I Jr., Richard and Theodore; and one brother Henry Per-
I ]Baptist Church, with the Rev.T., four grandchildren a sister
SAMUEL .Johnson officiating. Burial will kins.FRANKIE
CARD OF THANKS who departed this life Nov. 10,, I be in Lincoln Memorial Park',Mrs Hilda Edgecombe. Arrangements LEE DANIELS of
at this time '
1967. 14350 NW 22nd Ave. Apt 10,

The family of the late, A precious one from us ha s I MRS. FRANKIE SHUMAKE incomplete. died November 9. Remains
gone, of 1799 NW 86th Terr passed will be shipped to, Cuthburt

A voice we loved is missed,Ii on November 10 at her home. MISS SHIRLEY,P.'MA THIS 'Ga. Friday morning at 9:45

A vacancy in our hearts and i Services will be held on Saturday of 1860 NW 70th St. passed a.m. Survivors include, wife,

home, November 15 at 1:00 Sunday, November 9th at Jack- Mrs. Euzeria Daniels; three

That never can be filled p.m. from St. John Baptist son Memorial Hospital. She daughters, Alicia, Valarle';

I Church, Rev. T. Johnson offi is survived by a child; her and Angela Daniels; parents;

Martha J. Allen, wife ciating. Mrs. Shumake will lie parents, Mr. and Mrs.JohnH. three sisters,. Madams Betty'

Jesse Allen, son JENNIE VERONIA WALKERwho in repose on Friday afternoonin Mathis, a brother, Larry F. Howard, Besse Daniels, and

Gracie Miller, daughter Richardsons chapel until Mathis; a sister, Gladys L. Dorothy Pearl Daniels; two
IPIIDAVE!! Juanita Lane, daughter departed this life November funeral time on Saturday.Survivors Mathis; two grandfathers,Howard brothers, Eugene and Eddie
13 1954. Fond memoriesof
include two devoted
Johnnie Mae Edwards, Bain and Prince Lewis; Daniels.
I daughter your presence on earth will friends Rev. James P.Walden her grandmother, Mrs. Leila
linger. with us during our lifetime and Mrs. Emma J, Waldon. Jenkins. Funeral services will 17424 Homestead Ave. Home

Interment will be at Lincoln be Saturday, 3:30 p.m.at the stead, Fla., died November 6,

CARD OF THANKS Thomas H. Walker, son Memorial Cemetery. St.tist Matthews Cburcb,61ooNW24thAve.Missionary Bap- at Jackson Mamorial Hospital,

The family of the late, Thomasena E. Lindsey, ---- survivors include, mother,
._._, Rosette Jackson one sister
-- --- --- daughter Man ker-MHton ,
PERCY N. BLACKMONwho Sat tie JoneofAuban New
BYNOE Curtis Albury, brother MR. NATHANIEL DWIGHT ,
wish to graciously express departed this life October pearl Albury, sister REMER McKINNEY of 1814 JONES of 2360 NW 63rd St. York. Host of relatives and

their sincere thanks for the 29,1969, wish to express with other relatives and friends NW 73rd St., died November Apt, C died at the VA Hospitalon friends. Services will be held
11 at Jackson Memorial hos Saturday at 3:00 in the
warm and kind expressions of grateful appreciation to our Monday, November 10th.
pital. He is survived by a wife Perrlne chapel.
sympathy and services shown many ,friends and neighborsfor Mr. Jones is survived by his

them by the Rev, Lambert L. your many acts of kindnessand CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Mary McKinney; a wife, ,Penny, five childen; his MRS CORNELIA MURRAYof

Sands, ,rector of St. Agnes thoughtful expressions of daughter, Mrs. Ethel Davis; mother, Marietta Jones;,a 139 NW 14th St., died November

Episcopal Church, members of ,sympathy family of the late two son, Willie and Cosbylin; brother, Jerome;one aunt, one 8. Services for Mrs.

Mt.. Sinai Baptist Church and; Special thanks to the neighborhood one grandson, Billie Davis, nice and a host of other re Murray are incomplete. Survivors

Alpha Pi Chi Sorority,neigh Rev.:1': Johnson and F and relatives and friends.Ser- latives. Services, Saturday at include, daughters,
bors and friends. And further the St.John family,the man. {Fc'y>ff' Z vices will be held Saturday, 10:00 a.m.St.Agnes Episcopal Rosa Lee King; mother, Mrs.

thanks to the Rah mlng agement and associates of November 15, 2:30 p.m at Church. Stella Mae Killing; one sister,

Funeral home for exceptional Burdine's at 163rd St., 'Mr. New Mt. Moriab, Baptist Ethel Mae Scott;two brothers,

services rendered. Holt, and employees at Wai- W W. Church. MRS. ELLA HATCHER of Janus and Jack Killing.

green's Drug at 163rd St., the, 1243 NW,45th St. died Monday BERTRON LAMBERT of
Range Funeral Home, and to November 10th at the Osteo- 1045 NW 50th'St. dledNovem-.

r CARD OF THANKSThe all friends for flowers, telegrams MRS. DELIA WARD of 5573 pathic General Hospital Mrs. ber 8. Survivors Include Lucille

cards and other con NW 32nd Ave., died Saturday Hatcher is survived by her: Watkins, mother; four

family SMITH survived by her husband, a daughter Mrs. Ola Simmons Crawford Nancy Hall and
Mrs. Lena Blackmon and
wishes to express their sin James; her mother, Mrs. ; five grandchildren; two Edwards Mae; two brothers,

: cere gratitude to all who were daughter, Patircia _.._;'_.., Annie Thomas;"a ---'--- --'--
I so considerate and kind to Florence GibbS, 'a brother, Funeral arrangements at this Remains will be shipped
MRS. RUBY ROBERT HALL Mr. Clarence Foster and other time are incomplete. to Waco
them In the'loss of their loved IN MEMORIAMIn Wednesday Texas,
relatives. Funeral'services
one.The of the late who departed this life October will be held Saturday, 10:00 ANNIE LEE JOHNSON of RUFUS BOONE of 216 NW,
many kind acts of sympathy KEITH memory JAMES HESTER, 25, 1969 wish to express with a.m. at the New Providence i 7440 NW19thAve.Apt.A.died 13th St. died November: 10, at
much to our ,
did ease '
who departed this life Nov. grateful appreciation to our Baptist'' Church. Wednesday, November 5th at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
sorrow. many friends and neighborsfor Jackson Memorial Hospital.Mrs. Survivors include Mrs. Rose

Special thanks ,to the Home staff 10,1967."God sees when the footsteps your many acts of kindnesSand MRS. NENA TYNES of 2417 .. Johnson is survived by Lee Boone wife; five daughters

of the Rnage Funeral and Christian -,( all falter. thoughtful expressions of NW 50th St. Apt. A, died Mon her husband, Mercy;two sons, three brothers and two
Rev. P.S. Brown sympathy. Willie 'sisters.:Remains will be ship
When the pathway has grown day, November 10th. Mrs. James and Willie W.
i Fellowship Church, Rev. May God bless all. Johnson two ped to Jesup Ga Friday,
too steep you Tynes is survived by a son, ; brothers, Jessie ,
: Gay and St.JamesA.M.E.Church. Then he; touches the weary ,Alfred; three daughters, and Marvin Christian three ,morning at 9:00a.m.Reposing

: Your thoughtfulness will always ,eyelids Murray Hall, a devoted husband Bloneva Cordero, Joyce and I sisters, Delia:Tugman,Rebecca will be held Thursdavat 1 D.m.

and efficient service And gives his loved one Ismor Tynes; a step-sister t Stergin and Margie in the chapel.

be remembered> >- sleep." Edward Morris Hall, son Edna Lowe; 14 grandchildren;I Christian; two grand-daugh-, MRS;. SHAWEE McGHEE of

1 May God continue to bless, Clarence Hall, step-son 18 great- grandchildren and I ters, Cynthia and Cindy John- 28028 Neq York Ave., 'died

: each of you richly. '" > The Symonette and Shoe, Willie and Leroy Roberts, one great grear-grandchild. son. Services were held Tuesday November 9th. One son, Mark

I maker Families brothersand Funeral services will be con Noverber 11th, 4:30 p.m. McGhee. Services are incom
The Family a host of other relatives ducted on Saturday,12oonooo i at the St. Luke BaptlstChurch plete.


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GEORGE SHOWER of 1505 Holmes PTA, Urges Greater Parent Participation In The Area ,A.E.W.. ObservanceThis

NW 6th Ave. died November week Is National Edu Let's not do as the ostrich more than they have ever At Poinciana Park
6. Funeral services will beheld cation Week, and the Rev.Wil> does, burying our heads in the needed you before. Ypu need M .
at Grave, In Paradise liam H. Washington, Sr.(, sand, but instead let us get to know their teachers and ElementaryThe
Memorial Cemetery Thurs- president of Holmes Elemen. out there in the PTA's.Things their teachers want to get to
day. tary School PTA, has indicated > are happening fast, and In the* know you, for every teacher staff and student bodyof
a urgent need in this area i PTA Is where you get infor- knows that the best teachingaid Poinciana Park Elementary
for a substantial increasemenl t t mation. Be involved!Come and afforded Is a concernedand School began a very success-
i of parents who will whole, ask questions! Find out what's informed parent. ful American Education Week
heartedly Involve themselvesin coming your way, you owe It Remember the schools belong with a beautiful and colorful
the educational process,for to your children to know. to you,.the citizen, the kickoff parade on the school
1 the sole purpose of securing; Your children need you now, tax payer.Share in the schools campus.At .
aualitv P1ueaNnntnrfhonhtl.l. ......_
'"" the conclusion of the parade -
) renthls community.The a short program was pre-
famous educator, sented in honor of our own
Booker T. Washington, has I HiI/ Mrs. Lenora B., Smith, at
been credited as having lifted which time Lt. Leroy Smith
the veil of ignorance from his 'of the Miami police Dept.,
people, pointing ,the way to .;" REV. WILLIAM WASHINGTONfor presented a beautiful cor-
progress through education.For r -- sage to his wife who has been
-, too long we, as parents, better community.Attend chosen Florida's Teacherof
have sat back and allowed the your PTA meetings regularly. the Year 1969-70. We are
MR. WILLIAM WADE of schools and the teachers to Learn what schools are, doing of Lenora
extremely proud Mrs. -
50 NW 8th St. died November the for your children. Give your
carry ball for our boys and B. Smith.
4, Survivors include, mother, child that support and encour-
girls. Now that
greater opportunities Other highlights of the week
Mrs. Daisy SultonHarvin,step agement which you and only
are being made available Included A classroom demonstration -
father, Mr. Joe Gordon Har- you can really give.HIGHLIGHTS.
we to become totally at the Northstde shop-
vin one sister, Annettee Sul-
; committed and involved
OF ping center by Mrs. Lorettu
ton. Services held
were Mon-
about lifting ourselves and Mobley morning speakers via
day Liberty City chapelat children
through taking advantage the public address system:
3:00 p.m. Interments in of every available edu- WEEKATWHEATLEY Rev. H. D. Long, Mr.Charles
cational resource. The students and teachersof Mitchell and Mrs. Dana Chapman -
Phyllis Wheatley Elemen- ; assembly programskit
tary enjoyed several inspiring "the greatest American;"
messages in our American and open house.
Education Week celebra- The American Educa-
4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri tion. Commissioner Earl Car- tion Week committee extendsour
a rol spoke in our mdrnng assembly thanks to everyone who
Sat Mon speaking on the helped to make this a mem-
theme: "Better Education .. orable occasion at our school.
BRAND NEW Your Job," he gave the boys
and girls some guidelines for day. He left this thought withus

10l:F1 A114f1lJw41l1aaui Blast-Off At L. C. Evans Elementary. better doing their education.part in promoting : The weak among us should
"UIUmHIIUZIGZA, become stronger and thestrong
Three-hundred students at principal, Oral A. Allen. Following Commissioner should become great.
Lillie C. Evans Elementary Membership in the Rocket t: Carroll was Dr. Thomas, We appreciate the coopera-
School cheered and shriekedas Club is limited tof if th and lour district director. He fur tion of the parents who came
G the rockets left their sixth grade boys who have a thered these guidelines by en- to share in our celebration,
launching pads on Friday,No- ,sincere interest in model roc- couraging the boys and girlsto the children who prepared the
vember 7th. ketry and the space program. become better people. displays, rchants who
To the best of our know- Their program consists of In our afternoon assembly, allowed us to_ .lace advertising -
I NOW ONLY ledge this is the first Elemen- developmental learning with a Mr. Benny O'Berry added to material In their stores
tary School to have a Rocket strong emphasis on safety. and reinforced the guidelinesset and who participated on our
$ 95 Club. It is part of'a special Each boy will build his own forth in the morning's as- programs.Mrs. .
science program at th is rocket, learn the fundamentals sembly. He compared motiva- Valarie Smith, chair-
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 14. 19
69Grace Presbyterian Mt. Tabor Men'sDay

.r r
A Sufccess
Rev. James Hendon, pastor
Wilheimina Sands reporterOn
i last Sunday, Mt. Tabor's
annual Men's Day drive was
Congratulations to Mrs,
Gloria Davis and Mrs. Roena celebrated Mr. Nathaniel
Livingston, chairmen of the Norwood, chairman and mem-
bers and many friends for
anniversary committee, for
their superlative guidance as their cooperation in making
this drive a success. Total
we celebrated our 21st anni-
versary last week. The ban- money reported for the eight

gtt 'Iou 3n ftyurrlj iun ultWomen's quet at the Miami Springs week drive $655.22, the
drive officially closes on -
Villas was highly enjoyableand

thank very Rev.well Paul presented.Force, We the ttd4 / 1hj\\\\ ; j A, December special appreciation 7.,

,,,,.. .. ... .. Dinner will be
Day At St. MathewsSunday speaker at the banquet; Mr 41 YJ..I. I' .a'.JI" -- "' Thanksgiving

Benny O'Berry,toast-master; Herman Thomas Gospel Chorus in served on Thanksgiving Day,
and Mr. John Davis, printerof persons planning to attend are
Nov. 16 the women the programs. We thank the RecitalThe asked.. to submit their names
will celebrate their annual committee who i Church Rev. oy November L 23.
anniversary Herman Thomas Gospel Aaron Baptist ,
Women's Day. The program worlied hard and faithfully and Chorus will sponsor a musi- Otis Sample is pastor. Bro- All new members ahd candi-
committee has planned a very everyone wh o helped us to cal recital on Saturday at8:30 ther Herman Thomas is di- dates for baptism are askedto
service for the entire meet with the in the
celebrate anniversary week. p.m. Come one, come all. Let rector. He may be contactedat I
day. This Sunday is every mem- us have a good time. The re- 1370 NW 86th St., phone: conference room of the churchon
ber pledge Sunday. pledge cital will beheld at the Mt. 691-0605. Saturday, November 15 at

cards are being distributed to 2:00 p.m.

all members before Sunday;

and we are asked to bring our St. Paul Women Raise NEW HOPE
pledge cards filled out,to have
them dedicated in the worship
$14.231 For Women Day Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
service this Sunday morning. ,
Elaine Gilbert, reporterThe
We thank everyone in the
n JWM church who offered sympathyand Rev. T.C. Kelly, pastor and Mrs Jeannette Goa($302)), missionary society

A ;, helpfulness to the bereaved Mary M. Amos, reporterOur Mrs. St. Paul for the 4th want to thank all who attendedand

family of the late George pastor, Rev. T.C. Kelly straight year Mrs. May Dell participated on their tea

MRS. CYNTHIA KOWLES, Ferguson who was funeralized Jr., chairman Miss Delores Braynon. May God Bless each last Sunday, Sis Lorraine
Evening Speakerity last Saturday.We offer con- Hag ins, co-chairman and and everyone of you. We'are Fuller president.

and are dynamic speakers, dolences to Miss Utopia Davis, friends who help to make our more proud to announce that The youth choir has already
Pt so please make it a point to who lost her brother, Mack M. Silver Annual Women's Day a our grand total for the day begun celebrating their 2nd

I come out and worship with us, Davis of Waynesbourough, grand success. Special thank was 14,231.12. anniversary by having a pro-
LL1 we are sure you will leave South Carolina. goes out to Mrs. Ruth Abram gram on Friday night at 8:00
($607.00) Mrs. Ann Shenette Remember to attend the Annual -
mind all
spiritually uplifted. One of our p.m. with you in members -
BULLARD guest choral groups will be the GREATER BETHLEHEM ($685.00)), Miss Mildred Gay Conference which will and friends cordially in-
MRS. MAEDON Southland Singers under the ((912.00)) and Mrs.. May Dell start on the 11th of the month, vited. Thank you in advance,

Morning Speaker direction of Mrs. Ann Smith. Rev C. H. Smith, pastor Braynon ((1,135.75)),honorable and close on the 16. this anniversary will climaxon

r The mornng speaker for the Everyone is welcome to wor- Mary Hopkins, reporterThe mention goes out to Mrs. Say a special pray for our Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Sis.
11 a.m. service will be Mrs. ship with us. pastor thanks all who Ernestine Robinson (312.00) sick and shut-in. Linda Vickers president.

Maedon Bullard.Evening wor- Mrs. Agnes Knowles and motored Sunday with him to On Monday Nov. 24, at 8:00

ship at 7 p.m. with Miss Cynthia Mrs. Sodie Johnsonare chair- Berea Baptist Church to help CHRISTIAN NEW MT. MORIAH p.m., a tea will be sponsoredby
Knowles, both young men; Mrs. Willie Mae De- them have a successful men's FELLOWSHIP the willing workers at the
t hail from commun- meritte 2nd co-chairrmn. home of Sis. Bernice Kearsor
ladies day.The Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
directresses of the Jr. L. Nixon, reporter Evelyn Souter,reporterour 1472 NW 59th St. A programis
CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon Choir is askingall junior choir Members of the Choral En- church's anniversarywill plan just for you please
NEW PROVIDENCE members and those who and have of tea'Sis. !
semble Choir humbly thank the be the second Sunday in come a "Sip

T. R. Gibson, rector Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor wish meet 4 to become members to many choirs who participatedon January.All Bernice Kearson president -
Antoinette Silva, reporterOn Arsula Edwards,reporterThe p.m. Saturday.The their anniversary. You and auxiliaries are asked to .
last Sunday the annual: pastor urges, all members The pastor continues to urge
No. 1 Choir invites you the specially invited guest please meet on their regular
to go Sunday, Nov. 16 to all members to attend their
congregational meeting was
to attend the celebration of made the time spiritually hap nights
", held. The members elected their 9th anniversary begin- render service at Bethel Baptist py and fruitful. Brother Raymond McKinney regular weekly meeting night
delegates for our next years 14 at Church, 14440 Lincoln Sister Bertha Wilson and also Bible Study and
ning Friday, Nov. 8 p.m. cap- will be funeralized Saturday at
convention and also for the Blvd, Richmond Heights,Rev. prayer meeting on Thursday
and concluding Sunday at tain of the November and December 2:30 p.m. Our sympathy tothe
special convention on Nov. 13 3 p.m. 0. West, (pastor calendar rally is ask- Henderson and McKinney night at 8:00 p.m.

in Ft. Lauderdale atAllSaints Sunday night, there will be a Our evening service now ing that all persons who were families Let us continue to pray for

Church. Mr. Alonzo Culmer, program sponsored by the Jr. starts at 7 p.m. born in the above two monthsto Please pray for Sister A.K. our sickandshut-ins.Visitorsare
; William Stirrup, David White' Young Matrons, called"the Our sick are Sisters Ross, please contact her and pay Brown, other sick and thosein welcome to worship withus.
Bridges and Mattie Graha'm.NEW
and William Cooper,alternate Generation Gap." There will your assessments. Your our armed services.TRANSFIGURATION. .

were elected as delegates.The be adults and young adults in reporting date is Nov. 23 and ..
church's vestry was also the discussion. Please don'tmiss since this is the last report, MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev.
chosen they are: Mr. Wil- this program.A SHILOH she Is urging you please try '

liam Stirrup, Mrs. Verneka special invitation is extended to make it the best. Cleo Albury, pastorB.

Silva, Vernon Philips, Anna- to each of you from the Rev. A.M. Griffin, pastor Sunday at 3 p.m. is the time Fr. E. S. Clarke, Jr., vicar Boney, reporter
belle Fisher, Margaret Cash, Missionary to help support Sis. Ella Elam, reporter of the adult Ushers'Annivers- The Episcopal Churchwomen BTU spectacular, Sunday,

Thomas Anderson, Nelson their Thanksgiving Tea, Brother Otis Wright and the ary. Rev.SamuelAtchisonwill are sponsoring a"Smor- at 5:30: p.m. Everyone is invited -
Bethel; Alonzo Culmer, David Thursday, Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. Spiritual Harmonlzers will be be the guest speaker. Don't gasbord Dinner sale" Friday, to come and hear the
White, George Walker, Cris- Consecration hour of prayer here next Sunday nite at seven forget all members are taxed Nov. 14 at 15260 NW 19th "good news." See the young

pin Trife andHiram Williams Sunday at 5 a.m. p.m. in behalf of the building 500. Everybody from every- Ave., Opa-locka from 6 to S 9 people in action. Bring a
Congratulations are extendedto fund. Deacon Roberson is where is cordially invited to p.m. If you would like delivery] friend.

these people. sponsor. attend. please call'the church office All ,members are asked to
Last week Canon Gibson attended NEW COVENANT M. B. The No. 1 choir will have a Sister Ada Farmer and Sis. 685-2001. Donation $1.25.The make their Thanksgiving con-
the annual meeting of: tea next Sunday afternoon from Mamie Culver are still on the food is delicious. tribution as soon as possible.

the Southern Region Councilin Rev.'Howard Robinson pastor 4-6 p.m. at the home of Sis. sick list. The St. Veronica's Chapter Also turn in the names of those

Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs Gibson Betty Hill, reporterThe Hattie Mae Jones, 1896 NW 68 of the Episcopal Churchwomen who need some assistance,
was also in Atlanta attending church is invited to ren- Street. The speaker will be are sponsoring their annual! anyone In need in the com-

the American Nursing der" services for Mt. VernonM. Sis., Mary Alice Brown of the JORDAN GROVE Advent Autumn Leaves Tea on munity is eligible.
Clinical Conference. B. C. Nov. 14 at 8 Church of God.
extended p.m. Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Sunday, Nov. 30 at the church
Sincere sympathy Rev Turner is The Home Mission will have
pastor. at 4:30 p.m. The public is cordially -
Eddie Gilbert reporter
to the Bethel family and the< DRAKE
Rev. Mercer owner of Mercer a tea next Sunday afternoon at
\ invited. Mrs. Ruth
The No. 2 Choir's anniversary -
for loss of
Prophet family the
Church and the ho"meof Sis Louise Knapp
chairman. Rev. J. W. Dunn pastor
their loved ones. began Wednesday night, ,
Printing will be the guest from 4-6 3130 NW 67th '
p.m., Nov. 12, with Rev. J. E. Jen- N. T.Green,reporterAll
speaker Sunday during morn- Street. kins and congregation in the chairmen and wo-
ing worship. The public is Invited The No. 1 and No. 2 choirs charge. On this Friday night THANKFUL BAPTIST men wish to thank all of the
ST. MARY'S to come out and worship will begin celebrating their
and Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. members who gave of their

r Our sincere thanks to all with us. anniversary November Thursdayand 20 the choir will sponsor musical Rev. C.T.Ramsey,pastor time and money to make the
Beginning Nov. 17 21 is Friday nights,
: members who supported our program, You are invitedto Gail Ramsey, reporter 4th annualWomen'sDayasuc-
Faith Week, preaching and and 21 at 8:00: p.m.. This will
come out and have a grand Sunday morning the Rev cess.
I anniversary on Sunday,please
will be held end the 4th Sunday afternoonat
don't forget our tithes day on praying during time. Deacon Pollack is presi- C. Brown will deliver the Our speakers, Miss 0.
this week. Sister Mary Lee 3:00 p.m.GOSPEL.
At 3 Jones and Commissioner
The is morning sermon. p.m.
Nov. 16. Missionary
i asking all members please Allen will be the guest speaker dent.The No. 1 Ushers' Board our First Anniversary will be Range brought a great message -
don't forget your donations for she is an associate minis- will sponsor a tea on Saturday observed with Brownsville as they developed our
Thanksgiving baskets for the ter of Duyree A ME Church IN SONGSThe night, 8 p.m. at the home of Baptist Church and their pastor theme. The prayers and songswe

For more information Brother and Sister Dezern. the Rev. F. L. Johnson in heard will be with us for
IH Sis Mildred Delaware Spiritual Melodies will The public is invited. Bro. charge and old fashion dinner days to come.
: l CtaMTf art still being soldwyy NEW HOPE sponsor a song feast this Sunday Bannister is president. spread will be held on the
at 3 at the center
D.m. on
church ground.
I S&ter&y at the church, FIVE POINT TEA
Rev. H.C.Samuels pastor 7th Avenue! and 75th St. with
&r d411fsjr call 758-1601 ST. ARTHUR'S
ait'w n tfl itSW.dttt'et3 Patricia Gowen, reporterThe Mother Reddick as mistressof Bethany Chapter No. 140_
PW u Mod your Pastor's Aid Club will ceremony and featuring the LODGE No. 488St. UNION GROVE 0. E. Stars inviteyoutoattendtheir
t and meet at New Hope Sunday at Voices of the Reddick Gospel Arthur's No. 488 Five Point
c'tit ii'6W tS dt7r7Moada7 Lodge Tea, Sunday,
1 illVI&"lt fcW p.m. for 3 p.m. The Rev. W. J. Macon singers, ,King Is sponsoring preaching ser- There will be a rally hel Brothers of Ft. Lauderdale
and choir will render services vice 21 at 8 RPV.J. Sunday Nov 16 sponsoredb Hall 5525
6tcfil H f6tmfsal. Wonders Five Nov. p.m. ]y NW 7th Avenue
&WY goes to the during this hour. The pastoris Mighty and others. No admission., Gospel The C. Woodard will be guest the Deacon Board You art I Sis. Katie Livingston, WM;
Dill\ 61 lite Stf Alton asking that you all come Is speaker. Bro. A. Higgs, Invited to come out, 2901 NVI r Bro. Mitchell Davis, Wp and
c dlli'l'm i and enjoy the program. public Invited. reporter. 62nd St. Rev. R. Smith,pastoi Sis. Evelyn Smith, r reporter.




I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 14, 1969 27

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Catholics GETHSEMANE r .
Seek Central OfficeWashington Carver '

Rev. I.S. Clark,pastor |
-- A proposed ginated
with the Black Catholic baptism the rite of Mamie
marriage Lee,reporter
office for black Catholicism
seminary renewal and liturgical -, Clergy Caucus. and the litany of the saints.The I {IRanchesI
translation have been
The developed -
bishops will
changes are among the consideran
in consultation with the
topics to be considered by the extensive "Program of
National Conference Priestly Formation" containing International Committee on i News
ofCatho- {
English In the 1i'3
Liturgy.The _
lic Bishops meeting here No- guidelines for seminary
vember 10 to 14. renewal prepared by bishops will consider a I.By.Walter Bowe.. ...
statement ----------
the NCCB Committee on on priestly celibacy
More than 200 U.S. bishopsare Priestly Formation The prepared by the NCCB Com- The South Broward Choir

expected to attend the guidelines have been developed mittees on Priestly Formation Union, will be heldatNewMa-
meeting in the Statler-Hilton by the committee over the and Doctrine. The two cedonia Baptist Church on

Hotel. The NCCB meets twice past two-and-a-half years in committees were commissioned Sunday, November 16th, at
yearly, in the fall and in the consultation with bishops seminary to prepare such a state 2:00 p.m., 2201 SW 22nd St.
spring. officials, seminariansand ment at the NCCB meeting in and 48th Ave. Come one Come

Houston, Tex., last April. all and enjoy an evening of
The meeting will get under professional educators. REV. M. M. WILLIAMSCHRISTIAN
Other Items on the agenda singing. Dinners will be serv-

way November at 9:30: 10 a.m.with on anaddressby Monday, If approved by the bishops, Include a proposal on arbitration HILL ed after the program.Rev.Albert

the guidelines will be submit and mediation procedures Cooper, pastor.
John Cardinal Dearden of ted to the Vatican's Congregation prepared by the NCCB Com Bishop Collins program Is The VFW post No. 8195 will

Detroit, President of the for Catholic Education. mittee on Arbitration and Mediation the key note to Christian duty. hold its regular meeting on

NCCB in, on the major life of the current Church.issues Approval by the congregation ; a report on a surveyof No. 1 he puts emphasis on REV. CLARK Sunday, November 16th at

This session will be to will make the guidelines the Catholics concerning pro- saving souls and helping the Beginning Thursday night, 5:00 p.m., at the post home,
open official for Catholic posed changes In the observance officers and members pleasebe

news media. poor and needy and the Chris November 13, we will be celebrating
seminaries In the United of holy days of obligation tian body;standing fir m in love our Pastor 28th anni- present. Don't forget the

Cardinl Dearden will also States. conducted by an ad hoc for each other. No. 2 helpingour versary, climaxing Sunday Friday and Saturday night fish
meet with newsmen after the NCCB study committee; a report unfortunate fry at the Post home, members ')
college ternoon.
Thursday night Rev.
close of the meeting on Fri The meeting will also con on due process preparedby students. No. 3 for us to be Ingram and congregation Fri come and support your post.

day, November 14, to give an sider a number of proposed the Canon Law Society of strong without too much on a day night Rev. Edgar and; congregation Madison James, commander

overview of its actions. liturgical the NCCB changes submittedby American which will be sub- few. All Christians give to the from St. Ruth B. in Nelson Morris, QuarterMaster -
on mitted to the .
A proposal for a central office Liturgy. Among the items are meeting by the church the 10% vie owe God. Dania; Sunday morning Rev.,
Committee Gay-Ladies Club ofW.
for black Catholicism will on Canon Gen. 28:22. But so many'giveso Roscoe Jackson from Greater
new English translation of the
Law and a Hollywood are thanking all who
be presented to the bishops by ; progress report by little, and some nothing. New Macedonia of Miami Sun-
Ordinary of the Mass(that partof
the Urban TasK i-orce w meUnited were out Sunday afternoon at
But God Is to
an ad hoc NCCB committee. going collect his day afternoon Rev. IS. Clark
the Mass in which there is States Catholic Con the Carver Ranches Firemen's
The idea for such an office or i- little variation), the rite of ference. 10% and we are going to pay Jr., from Union B. Church, Ball. Thanks to all the church
the cost of court to
the Just West Palm Beach. We are
Judge. And praise him for his looking forward to a great es and clubs for their donations
Temple A
Day Successful .
I ZION HOPE decision. Psalm 100 when we time. Everyone is invited to

OccassionThe have given our 10%, we oweGod's come out and help us celebrate held Mary at the Saunders Carver Day,Ranches will be

Rev. Paul Freeman pastor church, we must make this great event.Christian Park on this Saturday November

women of Temple die 1 Miss Elsie Douglas, untiring Bessie Williams, reporter our sacrificial offering;giving 15th. The public Is invited.

themselves proud Sunday a:; secretary,typed the copy, Friday, Nov. 14, the pastor through the spirit of Christ ScientistsPlan Mrs. Saunders isa well known
they observed their 13th Annual arranged the progra and mimeographed Is asking the church to accompany without being told,then we are civic worker, she has been In

Women's Day. The occa the hymns for the him to Millrock Baptist. confirmed Christians,a right- Lecture this community for over 20
sion was a spiritual and financial occasion; Mrs. B. Hunter took Church, Rev.Andrew Jackson, ious person.To years.

success and the whole, care of the decorations; Mrs.R. pastor, at 970 NW 79th Street.
affair moved up to new dimen Jackson made the attrac- Both choirs and usher boardsare all preachers, let us not TL : BIBLE CHURCH
look left at
right or each other.
sions. tive badges; Mrs. V. Strachan :asked to be present along We are God's front line V Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor
The morning speaker, Mrs. took care of the Wo men's with members. V Shirley Cooper, reporter
soldiers. Let
Delores Hart Lee delivered I chorus, which did a fine Job. us keep our eye <'rsd this
Sunday evening, the Home on the enemy and catch two Beginning week,we will
a challenging and address Chairman A. Clark and co- Mission is have
inspiring sponsoring a teain'the flock by the hand of their mind F a week of preaching and
on the theme, "Chris chairman M. Hepburn, along dining room of the with God's word, for myself.I h ip P, T praying, we are inviting
tian Women Challenged to with the pastor, wish to thank church. The public Is invited. am determine to do everyone to come out and be
a much
,Render Service to God in All the ushers of St. Mary's WM with us In our service.
job toward
saving souls.
Walks of Life." She Church, members of Mt. Oli
J. empha The sun Is almost down Matt Sunday at 3 p.m. we will be .
sized the role Negro womenha vette, St. Matthews, New WOMEN'S DAY ATA.M.COHEN' 20:6-7. : In Coconut Grove on Douglas

ve played and are playing,; Bethel, St. James' and other I M Road, a:t the First Baptizer
and pointed out how little re participants and visitors. This has nothing to do with Church of God, Elder ServanceIs

spect and appreciation they Special thanks to our adver- The morning speaker for what has been said about our the }Xlstor.international.

are ,given by their male tizers and patrons and to our the AME Cohen Temple Wo- Bishop. God directed me by the t
counterparts. The congregation men. men's Day Is Mrs. Annie Rid spirit to publish this about 30 : I headquarters in

was visible impressed The City-Wide Mission will ley of Delray, Fla. Mrs. Rid days ago. -- Boston, Mass. He will discuss

;, All of the captains made hold its monthly) meeting this ley ,Is the district missionary the subject, "God, Not
I have been publishing revelation Fifth Church Christ Chance.; Mi s. Pauline Harris
Sunday at Temple,at 3 m.
good reports Mrs. B. Bryantled p. of the Pompano district.
with $320. Thev are to be The public is Invited. for the past 10 years. Scientist, Miami, welcomesyou and her committee have plan-
commended for a Job well Get well wishes to Mrs. L. Evening speaker for the AM The truth Is the light, and the to a free lecture,Saturday ned an "Invite In." Invitations

done. Mrs. ElizaAndrew,the Clark, who underwent surgery Cohen Temple Women's Dayis truth will set you free Nov. 22, at 1 p.m.at North. will be extended by telephone
oldest member of Choir last week at Cedars of Mrs. Mattie Moss of Miami. .. western Sr. High School, 7007 and by letter. Invitations will

No.,1, In point of service,was Lebanon Hospital, but is con Mrs. Moss is the district missionary ".".... .............'.. NW 12th Ave. Speaker for this entitle bearer to a reserved
crowned "Woman of the valescing at home; also Mrs. i of the North Miami i' GO.r CHURCH event will be Norman B. seat. However, the committee

Year." The presentation was Florence Hepburn and Mr. H. district of the Church of God : SUNDAY : Holmes of Wilmette, Illinois wishes to emphasize that an

made by Mrs. Lillian Williams McClain, patients at Jackson In Christ. .:.........................:. Mr.sneakers Holmes Is one of the teamof attend.Invitation Everyone Is not necessary is welcome.to
from the churches
Memorial and to all .
the sick. -- --- --- -- ----

Kennedy is for Gurney
Rev. P. W. Williams,pastor EBENEZERThe

Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe .>

present Deaconess'a play entitled Board"Slabs-will, United Methodist women Church Ebenezer willcelebrate Gurney is all ThroughYou

their annual Wo
town District Convention" on
Thursday, Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. men's Day Sunday, November16th
Donations are 100. Mrs. with special services
Evelyn Davis is president of throughout the entire' day. be for Rosinek.
the Deaconess Board. Two dynamic speakers,will .

The Young Matrons Auxiliary entertain. The morning
speaker ,Is' Mrs Maybell An-
will present a "Fall
Fashion Review"Sunday,Nov derson of New Providence and For Rosinek's for You

23 at Charles R. Drew, Elementary Mrs. Sylvia Poltler will speak
for the
School from- 6 p.m. evening.

Donations are 100. Those The usual Invitation Is extended GOVERNOR LeROY COLLINS RAN FOR, U. S. SENATE LAST YEAR. HE WAS A, GOOD
to the public. Mrs.
who would like to participate askedto Bertha T. Martin is chairman, MAN. HE STOOD FOR PEACE IN THE WORLD, FOR RAT CONTROL THE JOB CORPS, MEDICARE
In this performance are
Evelyn Gibson are cochairmen -
Mary Johnson Is president,



Phyllis Beal reporterAll entire membership wish to ABOUT YOU. DOES DAVID KENNEDY?
thank everyone who participated
Ushers' anniversaries in our effort to make
will climax the fourth Sundayin last Sunday a great men's day. ELECT JEFF ROSINEK MIAMI CITY COMMISSION

this month. Our special thanks to Rev. '

Friday night before the F. L. Johnson, Rev. Reaves

fourth Sunday the boards will and the Rev.C.H.Smith,along

sponsor a State Tea. Please with his choir, ushers and LEVER 11A ",, "
come out and enjoy yourself. Deacon staff of Greater'Beth

,The Home Mission wish to lehem Baptist Church. .

thank everyone for making Total amount raised was ft PD.POL.ADV.Black i
their anniversary successful. $711.00.


28 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, November 14, 1969 .

\ 'I Black Heritaae Calendar Offered 1

CHICAGO, Ill 1 A 1970 respondence course is- also brochure describing this 1150. These make fine gifts i
black heritage calendar is being available from the museum. course. and orders should be made :
offered ,for sale by the Du- Persons interested in this are The 1970 heritage calendarsare promptly as the supply is limi
\ Sable Museum of African invited to ask for the museum $1.65 and in lots of ten are ted.
American History, 3806 South

... '.... Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill
Mayor High'sFormer
The 1970 calendar is devote
ed to black artists and carriesa
Your Weekly Horoscope biographical sketch of each ?

: November 13 throuah November 19 artist along with sample
l' 2671058320ARIES sketches of their creative Campaign Manager
f work. Editors for the 1970
(March ,21-AprilI9): There are many roads
4' which you have feared to travel, Aries. And in week heritage calendar are Mrs. IsNowA
: ahead you would be wise to try just one of them. But Felicia Ford of the museums
ONLY one. Avoid however, any stimulants. This would ff and Mrs. Margaret T. Candidate For -
only complicate your already complex domestic situa Burroughs, museum executive
tion. Right? Last day of week begins cycle of more director. Mr.Donnie Ray Car- The
: energy. ter, hicago artist, did the art
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Dooz/'e of a week coming has City Commission MORRISON
II up Taurus, old chum. Be on the alert as to the imageyou The museum issued a
project. You will be watched by one who has powerto heritage calendar since 1963 For: Rent ControlI
and is a pioneer in the area of Of Miami
do you a great deal of good. If you have a romantic
black history and culture.The I vitally concerned that a
relationship which has gone stale, the week ahead could
mark 1963 calendar included famous large portion of our community, par-
"' a turning point. persons of African origin. In I! L r ticularly our senior I citizen and
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Innocuous nit-wit willno 1964 black scientists and Inventors 3. yti'n / minority group are subject to con
"zy of
tinued abuses In housing. Many
doubt to blow cool in week ahead
cause you your were featured, and in these are subjected to excessiverents
Gem. Probably on the third day. Don't allow yourself to 1965 the museum issued a book ( k for substandard housing, and
become flummoxed. The situation doesn't warrant it. of biographies of femous black In addition, many are denied their
Conserve your energies for more important things. Like persons as its project for the rights under existing real estate law
the new romance which is hiding in the bushes. w 'rr My first official act as your Commissioner -
r will be to Initiate a rent
I' CANCER (June' 21-July 22): Week begins rather The 1966 calendar gave bio control ordinance. It Is my intention
weakly, but gains strength on fourth day. Energy returns graphies and pictures of black that such legislation would not only
and you should experience a feeling of well-being. Seek women and in 1967 the heritage '" establish fair rent controls, but pro.,
vide other forms of protection for the
newer, greener pastures. Play your role to the hilt, calendar included black tenant, such ast
Moonbaby. musicians, their biographiesand 1.) Making written leases with fulldl.clo.ure

LEO (July 23-August 22): Olga does so hate to be pictures. The 1968 calen- of terms mandatory.
dar told of the contributionsof
2.) Prohibit, the resale of public
the bearer of bad news, Leo my luv, but week ahead will
ancient Africa and the 1969 utilities.
no doubt find you at rock bottom, energywise. Passion calendar featured black poets. 3.) Provide I ; protection for the
will/ enter into the arena with reason and you're in rather I tenant's personal property as
Some of these calendars of
bad shape to referee, let alone fight it out. Only solution well as rights.
past years are still availableand STUART MORRISON 4.) Require that and all .
is to find a place to hide until week is over. any security
,. still of great value because deposits be maintainedIn
VIRGO (August 23-September 22): Good week to of the information they an escrow account.
I establish new platonic relationship, Virg. Note that old contain. (shall suggest to the Commission
that a Blue Ribbon Committee be
f Olga said "platonic," for if you allow/ it to get beyondthis The museum also issuesa LEVER 7-A to draft such an ordinanceand established *

point you're in for problems. What you need now is number of other publica- return to the Commission within
a friend not a lover. tions. These are listed in the 120 days with an acceptable and legal
"Publications Catalog"whichis Tu Nov. document which will provide thenecessary
LIBRA (September 23-October 22): You have a es. 18 protection to those
r mind this week Libra. Ask it. Remember sent free to Interested presently
question on your PD.POL.ADV subject to abuse.
ask and ye shall receive. Your mind will be muddled. persons. A black history cor-

And this is the only way to get things cleared. You could
make new contact which will lead to sustained relation-
"ship. RE-ELECT"

SCORPIO (October '23-November 21): You may t f" ';
lave danced and romanced last week Scorp, but now it *

is time to pay the old piper. Sure, fun is fun, Scorp, but \' STEVE ,f, .
you can't laugh ALL the time. Or can you? r; 'i -
\' SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): Sag, "< }, ,," '
WHEN are you going to settle down? You seem to flirt :/ .

with every attractive person you meet. Certainly you're 1! YI't'' ',
charming. Very. But keep up your present pace and you'llbe *
worn to a nub. As week wanes, avoid playing the roll/
of smart aleck. 'S

: CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): If memo -.f .
ries of a past mistake seem to plague you in week ahead,
Cap, please try not to become depressed. Remember,
time is flowing stream and the tide is with you. Week
ends on a note of romantic nonsense.

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18)): Your intel- Here are a few of the city's accomplishments under Mayor Steve Clark:

ect may be stimulated in week ahead, Aquarius baby,
but physically/ you may be in the old valley of fatigue. $7 million in community improvements. Passed ordinance prohibiting discrimination in
Get to bed early during middle: days of week for a new *, housing.
phase of your life is shaping up. It will be profitable and Demolished over 2,000 sub.standard buildings. *
fun. Brought Super Bowl Game to Miami.
Opened city parks 365 days a year. ,

PISCES (February 19-March 20): Motivate the one Improved garbage'and rubbish collection. Fire insurance rates among. lowest In nation.

you love: Pisces. Use the old noggin. Avoid the old worn Increased Police force strength. Aided In formation of Greater Miami Coalition. '

out ways. Try, adventure for a change. On last day of Completed city's third water filtration plant.
week 26 miles of new sanitary sewers.
yourself, lest you fly off the handle and *
regret it.AUTO. Nations outstanding Alcoholic Rehabilitation Pro. Created "mini-parks" under expressways..: ;,$ ,

gram. I.
," ,.' 4,':"
: II,' ) ':
Premium Rates '" :... (Jut . STEY1', CLARK J "j' :. ; ',;:I,{,," ,
Low Monthly Payments
Immediate SR-22 Filings.f..' ,is mr MMFIEM r'l; ;" ";I:/t
: :i' "
Mon. Thru Fri. 9-30-7lOO JJf' j'' II "
Sat. 9)30-4:00) Here's His program for the Future: ,, : i'j j

BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY '* Support $105 million bond issue to be voted 9 Downtown Redevelopment-$10 million. ,

4 4740 NW 7th Avenue upon in Feb. so city can improve following areas: 0 Convention Cultural Center-$18.7 milli 'n.-

; 754-0655 e Pollution Control-$35 million for sanitary S Recreation-New Parks and Marinas-$15.

( and storm sewers in critical areas. million. ,"

1, TrrmTrrrrrmThTrrrrrnTrrrrrmiWIGS t Transportation3.5 million for streets and Continue to hold line on city taxes.

side walks. Create new approaches to fight crime.

BY t Public Safety-$2.1 million to re-build 3 fire Fight to keep {jetport in Dade County.

stations. Develop Latin Festival for Miami.5TEV1 .
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6011 N.W. 7th ftve. 751.6521 qoe (JoltflfllJe11tlaml' i' ofltJ'J. e/ll ll ,I

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 14, 1969' 29

I State VS Bishop May Set


r --
With the spacious Cotton
into Yankee stadium. The band whom
Bowl as a back drop and a tremendous marching many
spacious Cotton Bowl provides consider to be the best in the INTERNATIONAL
publicity campaign, ample room for an all out assault land. For Dallas fans it will EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE L.KING
all aimed at aiding higher edu- 4400 NW 7th Avenue HEALTH STUDIO
on this record. settle the question of which Earl Edwards Prop.
cation among minority groups, Complete Exercise
k the game between Bishop College Since the game has been labeled they school have has the been best band,since FUNERALDIRECTORS Equipment General I
of Dallas Texas and the exposed
J.F.K. Memorial Supervised by
Tennessee State University of classic and received the bles- primarily to the high stepping MANKER.MILTON Zeok Pol tier Hauling j
band of
Grambling Grambling "Mr. MIamI"
Nashville, Tenn., aims for the sings of over organizations 6701 NW 15th Avenue
highest attendance at any foot and every civic leader inDal- College in Louisiana. 691.9151 WEIDER 1401 N.W.
Long time followers of the
ball game involving two pre- las, people of every race and gridiron battles and halftime VI NDOW SERVICE Natural Organic FoodSupplement 51st Terrace
dominantly black 1 schools. creed interested In sports- *
Highest previous attendance manship, will be on hand for entertainment. Many Cotton HENRY'S Sold InsideTelephone Phone
Bowl fans who have
mark was when Grambling met this gala event, as a tribute to only 'WINDOW SERVICE : 759-9423 696-3698
exposed to Grambling are unaware 746 NW 62nd Street
Morgan State in Yankee the late President. The half- Repair & Installing

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these two other college bands. ...... -...., -'.y -- -------- - -
62,173 persons paid their way famous Tennessee State LAUNDRY & .'
Bishop College boasts 3 \
All-American candidates is ? /
I Albert Dedrick, a Linebacker : CLACCENMORRIS
Ft. Valley Wins CLEANERS
Arthur McCoy, a running 1 Day Service Alterations \ 11, I
4842 NW 27th Avenue .
quarterback along the Fran N
Valley State College which Frank Redding carriedthe Tarkenton mold and Ed Smitha 11 TREE SURGEON
head coach, L. J. Lomax's pigskin in from 16 yards halfback that possess a whip- ,,; "

fitting i 1 d c a t s played be- out. The two point conversion like arm. Tennessee State has J.CONSTRUCTION H. COPELAND TRIMMING TOPPING & REMOVINC

fore an overflowing crowd of failed. Savannah scored again been a contender for national 2939 NW 48th Terrace
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homecoming game as well as half with Ft. Valley leading into big time sports picture. IndultrialComm4lrclalRuld.ntlol 5125 NW 24th AVE. PHONE: 635-0701'
the NCAA Centennial game. 20-15. Tennessee is just a step behind -

The homecoming and centen- There was no score from either Grambling and FJoridak .
nial crowd were quite jubilantas team in the third quarter. A&M in number of athletes my

the mighty Wildcat's team Later in the fourth period sent to the pro-ranks.The J.F. dressmaker
was victorious 26-15 over Albester Burnett scored the Kennedy Memorial classic is
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College. put the game on tee lor Nov. 22nd at 2:00 p.m. Mostof Fall shipping over 100
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Both teams got off to.slow the mighty Wildcats.This gave Dallas and Port Worth will beautiful garments drasti-

starts but Ft. Valley got the the Wildcats a 6 1 record be there plus a few thousand tically reduced. From as 1501 NW 62 St.

first break in the game whena with two games remaining. others from the cities around low as $5.00, sites 7 to

Savannah fumble was recovered Their only defeat was an un- Dallas. All in the name of 15; larger size, inch large.

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Savannah. Three plays later, gee Institute, Alabama,28-24. action and entertainment. Are Our Specialty
tailback Frank Redding put the DRIVERS WANTED

Wildcats ahead 6. O. The two Full time or Part-time

point conversion failed: Savannah Apply at Cffice
took the kick-off and At SewingMachine
Big Homecoming ,
moved within Ft. Valley's ten 0

yard line in eight plays. Sa- Repairs
vannah's fullbackDennis Jones
took the'ball over from five BethuneCookmanThis ALL MAKES ARE YOU TIRED?

yard out on the second play ALL WORKGUARANTEED WAITING FOR THE BUS!

and the score was tied at 6-6. WAITING fOR SOMEONE!

The kick was good and Savan- WeekendA FREE SERVICE HITCHING ANY RIDEI I ..

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Robert Edmonds hit
which will include stu- 8-9 p.m., Moore Gymnasium;
tight end Willie George on the dent and alumni meetings,en- Friday, November 14 Dawn Reliable Sew-Vac Giir Office Is Open Monday Thru Saturday

Wildcat's 30 yard line and he tertainment, election of Miss Dance 42, 4-6 a.m., Moore 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

scampered for 68 yards to the Homecoming and an assembly Gymnasium; Colors Day, the
Tigers two. On the first play PRIME DRIVING SCHOOL
program will began Monday, Death of Mississippi Valley A
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way in for the score. The Cookman College with a pre- Football Game, 2:00 p.m., H. G. Hawkins and J. E. Bills
two point conversion was good dawn dance from 4-6:00 a.m., Welch Memorial Stadium;
and the Wildcats led 14-7. in Moore Gymnasium.Later in Victory Dance,Desert Inn, 10-
Late in the second period the evening at 7:00 p.m.an out- 2:00 a.m.
fullback Dennis Jones sprinted door movie will be shown on The Bethune-Cooknan Col-

fifty yards on a drive which the campus opposite Heyn lege alumni will hold its annual .CKHIEIUCHECKER Immediate S22 Filings
ended at the Wildcat's one yard Chapel. homecoming meeting at Low Monthly Payments

line on a tremendous goal line The following schedule of 9:00 a.m. Saturday morningin M ED.

stand by the Wildcats defense activities will be open to the Heyn Memorial Chapel with RECEPTIONIST AUTO TAGS Olives LICENSED.

Ft. Valley took theballonnine public: Thesday, November 11 Dr. Johnny L. Jones, presiding NURSES AIDE
plays on a 99 yard drive in Mind Blowing, 8-9:00 p.m., The itinerary will include GOODMAN & SONS

Cafeteria; Reviewing of the Greetings by Dr. Richard V. CALL 693.3721 KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY

remains of Mississippi Valley Moore and Norman Taylor, Same locoti in for two generations
Orange Blossom State Devils, 12:00 noon, SGA Preisdent, and a financial M.T.I. BUSINESS ,
Charles 1 C. Pa1'lin Student report on the recent Central SCHOOLS; : 2688 NW 62nd <1. Phone: 691.0380

Center; Wednesday, Novem- Florida Classic held in Orlando -
Parade RoutesAnnounced ber 12 Soul Personified; Florida.
Bonfire and ceremony for The Homecoming Week will
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THE MIAMI TIMES v.iaayxa..e.r 14, 1969 I--

r R.rr'c AI Wvntt Is AII.AmericanCdndidate
Jake Seeks 200th Victory ::' .. .
-VP W V M -- --

: Bethune-Cookman College in football; two for track; a for 61 yards; grabbed four interceptions

Against Southern WUdcats safety Alvin Wyatt trophy from an Atlanta news and scored once.
always had dreamed of beingan paper for outstanding perfor- He has had runs for 50, 52,and
and he was elected Co- 60 yards.
All-American Football mances
Tallahassee, Florida the team's key starters.Half- able to walk, leading to an
A&M's Jake Gaither will be back Glen Edwards had an optimistic outlook for his Player. A fitting end could captain of the 1969 While he is not a"braggart'opposing
after his 200th victory as Rat- ankle injury and didn't make being back at full speed by come at the end,of this foot During his freshmen and teams are often
the 5-11,195
tler Boss come Saturday when the trip. Middle linebacker Saturday, ball season. sophomore years 710 taunted by his constant har-
FAMU hosts Southern University Raymond Wilcox suffered an FAMU scouting reports had The flamboyant Jackson pound athlete compiled 695, rassment. He is the first to
at Bragg Stadium In the injury to his knee with 10:11 shown that A&T disregarded ville native is a crowd pleas yards returning punts admit "I want to be the best !
Rattlers' Centennial game.. left in the first quarter and score position or situationand ing" football player who ge- in kickoffs Last year be returned and I want others to know it.;
The winningest coach In the had to sit out the remainder of would pass from anywhere nerates excitement when he is 13 punts for 329; 10
on the gridiron. kickoffs for 354 yards; scored One of the campus better
nation recorded No. 199 last the game. on the field at anytime. It held
Saturday at Greensboro N.C., Edwards is expected to be true to form. The Aggies attempted D-CC Headcoach Jack Mc- four touchdowns; Intercepted dressed students, Wyatt got
Clairen said, "since Wyatt's nine passes and was number special permission from his
when his Rattlers posted an back into the lineup Saturday 40 passes against a
freshman year be has played two in combined tackles with coach to wear white shoes on
impressive 26-9 victory over against Southern but the extentof Rattler defense that had inter
the AiT Aggies. Wilcox's injury was not to cepted 13 in four games. The every 'game as.If It were a 43 unassisted and 51 assists. the field because "I want

The prteVaS one of the be known until after an examination Rattlers responded by pickingoff championship contest." He holds the school's record everyone to know I'm here.

I finest performances of the of the knee today.However -' five more, running their Awards and honors collected for the longest punt return A graduate Jacksonville's.

season for Caliber's charges, Wilcox left the field un- five-game total to 18. Otis Clairen's by Wyatt statement prove that is Mc- an 86 yard touchdown Gilbert High School Wyatt
t despite the absence of two of der his own power and is still Collier ((2)), Melvin Rogers, He has been named.to the All- against FlorIda A4MUniver runs the 100 yard dash in 9.6

Charles Sasser and Fred SIAC Conference team three sity. and the 40 yard dash in 4.4

Fields were the thiefs. times. He became the first This season the 21 year old admits he's having<< trouble!
This brilliant defensive play freshman so honored. Other senior has returned nine punts getting the ball this year because
including a magniflcient goal- honors include three letters for 305 yards; four kickoffs opposing teams are
line stand which the
"MY stopped from him.
,.. kicking away
Aggies with a first-and-goal Wyatt's talents have not
at the six, only complementedthe unnoticedbyprofessional

TIME"fv offense, however gone teams. He has correspondence

Junior quarterback Steve from severaL The Greenbay

PHIL DIXON Scruggs who, like wine,seemsto Packers clockedblm tly.
mellow ,with age had the Alvin says, "Sure I want to

best day of his career as he play pro ball, but now I am
- - - z yo.o-- -
completed 10 of 20 passes. Including concentrating on winning the
Ever so often, something good happens in a bundle. This is touchdown tosses of 42 rest of the games this sea
the second week, that an old friend received an honor that will yards to flanker Kent School- son." Bethune Cookman
Miami more on the World's map. Personally I think these field and 81 yards to end Alfred meets Mississippi Valley
people that make it big not only here; but state, nation and Sykes, for 182 yards. He State College November 15 for
world-wide should do me a favorkeep up the good deeds and wasn't intercepted once. Homecoming and Flor Ida A&M

excellent work. at Tallahassee, November 22.
Defensively, Collier Rogers -
For the second week, I witnessed day-time high school foot- Sasser,Leroy Green and A versatile athlete he has
ball. Even though the teams and bands have the "spirit" the Leroy Jackson were the stalwarts n been used on kickoffs, field-
feeling Just isn't there. After talking with a couple of friend as they accounted for a goals and as a punter. He can
in larger towns, who have had to be involved in day-time high combined 35 tackles and 31 4 kick 30 to 40 yards with his
school sports because of the same kind experiences we have assists. left or right foot.
had here. They have told me for the safety of the players, students
and officials the games have been closed to the public.
I wonder bow many parents would like to hear about or have to Y
read about their son'sor daughter's performance rather than
be there to see it?Also, I wonder how many brothers, sisters, ml .ST
cousins and friends would rather see John or Mary perform
than have to read about it? Remember one thing, if the vio- fl.w.
lence don't stop now; these are some of the things that could -:- 4
happen, and right here in South Florida. We, as a community ? H- -- ;
I* don't have to let it happen.

1 The olde crystal ball didn't do too bad, even a few games
didn't go according to the script.
Score to date: High School 60-16 (.789)); Colleges 25-12

I'' (.676; Professionals (.712)). This week's games I see;
Gables over Miami High poor poor stings .
Miami Beach over Curley a toss-up;but the tide should rise
Carol City over Central The Rockets still can't take off
Jackson over Miami Springs The Generals are tested, but
they pass with flying colors
Columbia over Southwest The battle for runner up close i.

Hialeah over North' Miami. Another close one, I have to go .
with the home team
( Palmetto over Coral Park The Rams keep their record intact a, ..J '

Edison over Keywest The Raiders win and wait THE 1969.1970 M-DJC SOUTH JAGUARSFront
Norland over Klllian The Cougars Just don't have it anymore
row, left to right, Joel Simon, Quinton, Ferguson, Jerome Brooks, Billy Young, Louis Al-

COLLEGES Thursday,. James Hepburn, Ed Joyner, Milton Head bury, Henry Martin, Len Roy, Johnnie Has: I em, Jim

Bethune-Cookman should do their over thing Mississippi Valley State The Wildcats -, ley, Bruce Eiber. Back row, left to right, Head Ryan, Joel Furnari, Albert Whiteside,;( Dick Wil -

Southern over Florida A&M. --The Rattlers get their fangs pulled Basketball Coach Julius Cohen, manager Larry hams, manager Jeff Bernstein.

Florida weapon St. over Memphis St. The Seminoles unveil anew Miami-Dade South Jaauors To Field Hiah-Scorinq Team. I

Florida over Kentucky Easy I II
Alabama over Miami The Canes still haven't put everthing With three lean years behind big man at the center post" because most of them are used I The rest of the season offers
together them, the Jaguars of MI- said Cohen. to a zone defense. We believe I little respite, however; as DI-
North ami-Dade Junior College "If you have a 6'10" center that once a player gets a man- vision Four competition for
Tampa over Michigan The Spartans with the mostest
South go into their fourth sea- you canafford to have a slower to-man defense down pat, he i Miami-Dade South doesn't
son hungry for large quantitiesof moving ball club and the can switch to a zone when necessary really get ,underway until the
raw meat."Whether. four other guys can try to feed but the opposite isn't. second semeste,.,
.1 ), they have fangs the big man. But with fellows always true/ he said. Cohen hopes by that time two
Kansas New
City over York
t Miami Buffalo and claws as sharp as their like Lou Albury ((6'3' ), Len "Learning to cover an opposing veteran Jaguars will be backin
Oakland over San appetite is the big question at Goy ((6'6") and Jim Ryan player when he doesn't uniform after bouts with
.. Cincinnati over Diego this point," said basketball ((6'4") at center, we won't exactly have the ball is also a goal scholastic problems that made
,'., over Boston
Houston over DenverNFL coach Julie Cohen as he pre tower over the opposl- we're working toward. And In them Ineligible for the fall semester
f J viewed his team's chances in ( tlon. We'll have to be quick to a man-to-man defense, that's They are Ed Joyner,
: its 25-game season beginning win," be said. most of the time. After all, a real playmiker for the
r Nov. 26."We With several guards who are there,are five players on the Jaguars last year, and Billy
Chicago over have a better balanced "as fast as any rye seen," court and only one has the ball Young, a 6'2"forward who wasa
Baltimore over San Francisco team than in years past, when Cohen is' counting on a lot of at any given moment. Assuming top rebounder and scorer
Cleveland over Pittsburgh we had to depend on one or speed in the back court. 'He fairly equal ball handling last season.
r New York over New Orleans two top scorers," he said.; cited two freshmen, Milton that means the man-to-man
c Los Angeles over Philadelphia "This have four In an effort to get more
year we or Hadley and James Hepburn, defense is guarding a player
St. Louis over Detroit five guys who should be capable both Miami Jackson products. who has the ball only 20 per height into the lineup, Cohen
Dallas over Washington of scoring 20 points On defense Cohen expects to cent of the time." is experimenting with a possible -'
t Minnesota over Green Bay a game. This will give us the use the press as more than a Looking down to schedule two centers, three guards
leeway to bench a player if he's catch-up technique. "The Cohen said the first five gamesof lineup, utilizing two men in the
V Sport of the Week; Mrs. Lenora Smith my congrats young not hitting and put in anotherman press makes basketball teamsdo the season will give him an pivot. Cohen, in the past three
f lady but,where do you find the time for the other wonderful to take up the slack." what they don't want to do. idea how bis team can perform years, has used three different

things you do? "Speed," said Cohen, "will It can almost be turned into The Jaguars open types of offense.;!
Chump of the, week:Jimmy Warren- Take it easy boss, it's ,be the team's biggest asset." an offensive weapon in additionto against Manatee and St. Pe-

getting to be a regular thing these days. He is depeDdlngonitforanar- its obvious defensive tersburg, two tough opponents, ............................
gressive defense and to provide sets. Again, speed is important then move on to the Thanks i i
The few fans at the day time games have been nothing but fast break possibilities to a successful pressing giving tipoff, tournament in GO TO CHURCH

good-sports, my congrats; however, Tm' still looking for the '"Speed also is a necessity to defense. We've had to w o r k Tampa where they're sure to :. SUNDAY .:

r real good sports at (be night,games Let,me, find you make up for the lack of a really hard with the boys on defense face three more good.teams .........................&
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f Kennedy, 'senior member' of manager. David Wal- effectively in political campaigns *
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CLEVELAND TURNERThe )amounts up to $50.01. the Miami City Commis- "It' is with great pride that I endorse CommissionerDave '1

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of the Longshoremen* in The popular long ." COMMISSIONER ATHALIE RANGE



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Good working conditions,

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC _FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :.VORD. steady Golden work,apply Nugget housekeeping Motel-, PART OR FULL TIME '

Beach. (MUST BE Id) OR OVER)

," FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE (Nov. 28)) Cashiers Hostesses


Corner 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS garage, tile roof, oak:Call for Appointment 681-5098I Wanted Social Worker, Cooks Utility Help
in Carol City. Large screened floor, assume 63/4%mortagagetotal I- Master degree perferred,
in swimming pool ((14x28)), price 17000.00NoQua BEDROOMS work in Family Day Care Pro-
air conditioner, gas heat,wall lifying. Downpayment can be,! Drive by 1600 NW 33rd street gram in poverty area of Coconut Waiters WaitressesGOOD
to wall carpeting, built-in flexible. Don't let this one get:,$12,500 FHA. $400 down. Vets: Grove, call 443-1234, J:
freezer, stove, garbage dis- away. Aetna Realty (Broker), $100, $110 month.A.BenKoriRealtor DEAL FOR
posal, right by school, shop 811 NW 54th St., phone: 757- 891-7260. BEVERAGE DRIVERS JR. COLLEGE STUDENTS
ping and expressway, FHA 5724, Open til noon on Satur- BEDROOMS Excellent opportunity. $125 r t'l'
$18,000, $800 down plus clos- day. more for right man. 5 day '
ing $127.53 month plus es- Drive by 1152 NW 46th street' week. Sunset Bottling Co. 50 EXPERIENCE DESIRED i
crow. Life realty, Broker, 2980 NW 88th St. Nice 2 bed- Corner lot, big house. $16,001t 0 West 29th Street
759-4371, 624-3666. room, CBS,tile roof.Total price t FHA. $1300 down. $136 month BUT NOT NECESSARY r
$14,500.00 take over 5 1/4%'A. Ben-Korl Realtor, 891-7260.' )I ra a

FHA FINANCING mortgage $87.00 monthly pays I'
Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath everything. Be first! Aetna 6733-35 NW 2nd Court Almost DRAPERIES
CBS in Carol City near every- Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th> brand newt 2 bedroom, 1 Taken Down APPLY:

thng. Circular drive, patio, St., phone: 757-5724, Open til 1 bath, CBS duplex, total price Dry.Cleaned'Beautifully !
central heat, large built-in noon on Saturday. $21,000.00, no qualifying, assume Folded DOBBS HOUSES
o ,kitchen, sliding doors from 6%/ mortgage.Live in one and
bedrooms to lovely patio, 2130 NW 92nd Street Freshly let the other tenant pay for the Rehung 9 A.M.-5 P. M.
large fenced grounds. Price 'painted, 2 bedroom, CBS, tile building. Hurryl! Hurryl! The Original MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
$18,500 $1,700 down plus roof, carport. Total price$14-, Hurryl Aetna RealtyBroker), LUSTRA-TONE DRY CONCOURSE
closing, $124.57 month plus '500.00 FHA (Vets 'or 221 people f 811 NW 54th St., phone: 757- CLEANING SERVICE ,
escrow. Life Realty, broker $100.00 down), absolutely no 5724, Open til noon on Satur-, '642.4684 I
759-4371 624-3666. closing costs. See today! Aetna day. MALE LAUNDRY HELP I
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th
Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good
pool room in Liberty City, St., phone: 757-5724, Open til'
Production bonus. Excellent
6811 NW 15th Ave. Call 691- noon on Saturday, FOR RENTNice wages. company
6088. (Nov 9)) benefits. Paid vacation. Permanent job. Must

9701 Little River Boulevard room in private home for a be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone

Investor's special Commercial Huge 3 bedroom, 2 bath on i clean, intelligent working lady, calls please. Ask for Mr. Findley, National !
building now rented as water, Completely fenced,gor 691-0425. t Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. <
grocery store plus adjoining geous Fla. room, built-in range nnl
apartment lot. Apartmentsmay and oven,total price$18,500.00,, 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
be added on top of grocery seller will take back mortgage. House unfurnished 7654 NW 1NW I
store. Existing building is di- Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 r Place, immediate occupancy,, f fta1 Laundry folders
vided into 2 stores, with sep- 54th St., phone: 757-5724, Open i Weekly rent $33. '
arate meters. Excellent buy. til noon on Saturday.
See 1399 NW 61st St. Phone 7648 NW 17th Place And Pullers
666-0411 Atlantic and Pacific 2320 NW 141st Sreet CBS, 3 Unfurnished 1 bedroom house HAS I

Realtors. real bedrooms,fenced,carpet, weekly $25, Immediate ,occu- IMMEDIATEOPENINGS
total $14,600.00, try $1,000.00 1 pancy. Mr. Gross, daily 444- $2.13 per Hour '
FOR, SALE BUSINESS down and assume existing 6126, evening 448-2824. FOR
Profitable grocery, meat mortgage. E-Z monthly pay 40 Hour Week
market, beer and wine on main ment includes everything. This: Nice 1 bedroom house. Preferto JANITORSPART
street of Coconut Grove Doing one won't last. Call now. Aetna sell $200 down, $20 week.
over $11,000 business per Realty ,(Broker), 811 NW 54th NE5-5566. Excellent Benefits t
month. Money maker Low St., 'phone: 757-5724, Open til r Good Pay
I overhead. Return your invest- noon on Saturday. Room in private home for Fringe Bandits Apply r

ment in 1 year. Terms to responsible middle age, sober, working Apply In Person JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
buyer. Atlantic and 4620 NW 168th Terrace-Abso- man. Call after 3:00 p.m. 635- 309 NW 2nd AVENUE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
,, Pacific Realtors 666-0411. lutely gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 7626. I
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p.m. p.m.indtf 1700 NW 10th AVENUE
bath, carport, central heat, ,
SELL FOR FHA VALUATION stove, refrigerator, carpet, Room for middle age working(! ( )
Large modern CBS in Caro'1 freezer, washing machine and man. 1419 NW 81st St.:after 6 6.

City. Florida room,front porch, more. FHA 20500.00, Sellerw11l ,p.m., ',;
tile roof, patio, wall heat, air: pay all closing costs., I,
conditioner, wall to wall carpet Special downpayment for Vete- Furnished apartment Single! GUARDS f.
ing, drapes, grounds fenced, rans. Don't delay see today! person and ideal for quiet con, Highest pay, dependablemen. d" "Ii' "JiI 4 i
sprinkler system. FHA$17.500,1. Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 NW ple. 634-0881. 21.60 yrs. Full and ::<: fJ .
54th St. phone 757-5724 ,
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$700 down plus closing.$124.5'1" part time openings available ,:
month plus. Life Realty, Brown til noon Saturday.. Clean, furnished modern room N. W. We supply'all )1'r.. J
4932 NW 7th Ave. 759-4371 and N Reasonable, man only phone:; equipment Must have t H ,
Carol City shopping center 624- 17211 27th Court 3 bed- 691-1177 between 10p.m. and car and telephone Interviews ''f
3666 rooms, 2 baths, magnificentpool 6 Quiet
a.m. neighborhood. 9:30 a.m. to 5 I
"I and patio, Fla. room, cus-
p.m. 150 S.E."'2nd Ave ,
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bar-be-que. Total price 1 room duplex. Adults only Suite 610. AMSEC. to the
SELL FOR FHA VALUATION $23,500.00, FHA terms, Seller 6353904. Mr. Johnson.
Like new bedroom, 2 bath[ pays closing costs, this one
CBS in Carol City, awning windows must be seen. Aetna Realty HOUSE FOR RENTUnfurnished 'Publicthis
gas heat, air conditioner, (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street,
wall to wall carpeting, large phone: '757-5724, Open til noon 775 NW 69th Street
built- Kitchen, sprinklers,':.r FHA price $21,000, ,$I,200down CBS 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, YYoungiady
plus closing, $146.81 month 2961 NW 174th Street 3 bedrooms living room, dining room, kitchen : .
plus. Life Realty, Brown 759- fenced rear yard, huge jalousied porch, freshly 1S
4371, 624-3666. Fla. room, air-conditioned, painted, free electric, gas, hand of t
stove, refregerator, carport, cold water, heat, no chi tI 'Ilnite,4
OWNER PAYS ALL COSTS asking $19,000.00, E-Z terms, dren. $160 per month.First I PAN AMERICAN
modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS assume 6% mortgage. Aetna last months rent in advance. WORLD irLines' ,\
at NW 92nd St. near 19th Ave. Realty ((Broker), 811 NW '54th 685-0813. AIRWAYS' LShe L-!
r. All large rooms, built-in kitchen St., phone: 757-5724, Open. til: J
noon on Saturday..
big garage, awning win- CHILDCARE The World's Most
dows, air conditioner, gas heat ExpiritncidAirlini Is THE representative of our Company who ,
FHA $23,000 $1,600 down, DRIVE BY /0 NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES WILL be most remembered by the traveler.
$158.67 month plus. Seller pays 16430 NW 24th Avenue, $84.00 Best of childcare in my home Therefore the responsibilities are great-but so t
all costs Life Realty, Broker monthly, Includes taxes and Insurance PL 8-9972.' are the rewards. Adventure, thorough training:
759-4371. after small down payment plus a generous salary awaits the young lady P"i
on FHA terms, 2 bedroom Childcare in my home, yourchild To Fly All who can qualify to join our Stewardess team.
720 NW 31st Street CBS, completely decorated inside Six Continents If
Gorgeous will have th bestofcarein you are:
2 bedroom, CBS, carport. Total owner and 3733304.out.$10,500 total Call my home. Mrs. Anderson a high school graduate at least 19Va years J
price $16,000.00 E-Z terms. 759-8335. Must be single! minimum of age 5' 2" to 5' 9" with your weight In '
Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW'' 20. Height S 3" to 5'9ft. proportion to your height and single.
Weight 103 140
WHY ? ? ? to Ibs. Good
54th St., phone: 757-5724, Open Accumulate rent receipts For CHILDCARE health. Good vision MUltI t Why not investigate this position further? I
til noon on Saturday. be high school graduate. ,,',
about $1200 down Good home. Baby care. Pick : I
FHA and$133 Knowledge of a foreign Interviews will be held at the .,
r j 585 NW 51st Street-2 bedroom month pays all, you can buy this ,and deliver 635-1882 language. First National Bank Building ,,',, ,,' ""; ,"\' ':
s 'spotless three bedroom,kitchen MIAMI INTERVIEWS 100 S. Biscayne Boulevard t
1 Fla. room, sprinkler
equipped, carport, completely! Suite 1100
system. FHA terms, total price fenced corner shrubs Thursday, November 13th Miami, Florida 'I, ;
$13,000.00. Seller pays all closing $16,5000., Value,herell! I ,: Total MISCELLANEOUSMECELLANEOUS ForlnUrvliwippAlntmintPAN SATURDAY NOV. 15, 1969 ".;,1,, ''\t4' ',';: ."\

costs, you pay one twentyyear' Ben SATURDAY NOV. 29,,,1969 ',(: ;- \
FHA'mortage. Bring your A doll house for elderly coup.l AM 637-2778 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.nu '., ;k ."' ,
p deposit'on this onel Aetna Realty .'1 bedroom, Just renovate Why not patronize your own!I A41'.I"'III No appointment necessary ,,, '
i (Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,phone' $750 down, $70 month. Vicinity24th agency for better Jobs?, I ,CstfltywA United .Jw; /
757-5724, ,Open til noon Satur, 'Avenue and 43rd Street NW, location, 19 years. 1336 NW med II I Plan for Progress AirLines .

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Continued from page 3 Mr. Toledo excels. He will son work with community ele-

qh< h Ss," siww Kenry said. "His rich experience assume an important role ments, and carrying on the activities -
in a vital area of the charged with responsibilities and direction of the I
federal government has deve- that cut across administration Center In the absence of the
loped a keen sensitivity to proposal innovation,liai director"
people and at the same timean r---- -- - -- ,.
f administrative flair for de-

J is in this combinationof ,

1 r : : / human concern and Ci> '>: 3014 NW, 19tH ST : BROKERS
h lity to manage and administera -;. If No Answer:
diverse program such as the! "' ,/
693-4772 ., 759-6500
; *tw Center for Urban Studies thatFRANK
sr FHA-CBS-WATERFRONT. Tilt rf, 3 bdrms. 1

bath, LR, din rm, kitch, Flarm, 2 utll rms, crprt,
prch, $21,200, $2,600 down, $160 mo pays all
FHA-CBS. 4 bdrms, 2 baths, LR, din oreo. Lrge
kitch, screened prch, utll rm, Bar-B-Q, and pool,
$18,000, $1,300 down, $146.54 mo. pays all.
FHA-CBS-LARGE BEAUTY. 4 bdrms, 2 baths,
t LR, din area, Irge modern kitch, Irje enclosed Flarm

+ X patio, 2 vtil rms, sprinklers, fenced, $22,000,
3 s w $2,000 down, $177.75 mo, pays all

3 bdrm, 1 bath LR, kitch, din area, util rm, prch,
tile rf, CBS, {landscaped corner, $22,500, $5,000 +k
down, $146.30 mo. .

CAROL CITY BEAUTY. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, LR,

I Fla fm, kitch, din rm, util rm, 2ar crprt, CBS,
Coleman #5 OES Celebrates Anniversary2nd terr fill
$21,200, $5,200 down $124 mo pays
t EDELEN all. Can also be purchased with FHA terms at

Melzie Coleman#5OES 1969-70 queen's crown were slightly higher costs

, of International Masons Sisters Mtssie Ree Davis, BUICK CO. MEDICALPROFESSIONALBUSINESSLarge
,I' celebrated their 9th anniversary 1968-69 queen;EltzabethSol-
at International Ma sons oman, and Mary Ann Rozier 2100 N.F. 2nd AVf. for corner medical bldg., approx 3,000 sq ft. Excellent '

Temple 5598 NW 7th Ave.The The winner was Sis.Mary Ann & t USED CAR PHONS I use, N. W center, 22nd, business Avenue offices, commercial -
speaker was Rev. M.L. Pas- (Rolle) Rozier, the wife of $28,000 Cor 80th St.,
374-1736 $7,500 $200 mo
Mr. Palmer Rozier and the
chal, the pastor of Corinth
Baptist Church. He is also a daughter of the late Rev. T.A. Mon.-W.d.-Fri. Till 9;00 cash DUPLEX LOT-EXCELLENT CORNER. $3,300
member of Hiram # 43 Lodge. Rolle 33 Master Mason.A 3A; jydf Tues.-Thurs-Sat. Till 6:00

The program included recording beautiful silver coffee MANY OTHER CHOICES
star Rev. Allen C. service was presented to the
Williams, the assistant pastorof Worthy Matron, Noble Lady Little Red Wagon
Greater Bethel A ME Church Annie Gladney Lenard and a 1968
and the Corinth Junior choir. gift of appreciation was pre- VOLKSWAGENTHAT
The Mistress of Ceremonywas sented to Sis. Gussie Nelson, ISS1395 ((1)) 6814 NW 6th Ave.Two CBS houses. 1 lot.

Mr. Ella Lesene. the first W.M. and now motherof Selling for only $13,000. $850.00 total'amount

The Contestants for the the chapter.The cash needed. Monthly payments $?4.00 plus

members of the chapter taxes and insurance.
OES to Celebrate would like to thank everyonefor 2 Door Hardtop

helping to nuke our anni- 1968 ELECTRA 225 ((2)) 736 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom CBS beauty.

Anniversary versary a very successful Fla room, dining room. Selling price only
The International Masons casion. All extras, including $12,700 with total cash needed $800.00. .

Qrder of Eastern Star, Sec- Seated: Sis. Dorothy Miller stereo radio, one Monthly payments $105 plus taxes and in-

ond Supreme Chapter No. 4 Tinsley, W.P.; Sis. Emma L. owner. '$3595 surance. Pays in full 20 years.
will celebrate their 9th Anni- Williams Annie f ,
Treas.; Sis.
versary Sunday at 3p.m.atSt.Luke Gladney .Lenard, W.M.; Sis. 7 1968 ELECTRA ((3)) 3054 NW 55th St. Small 3 bedroom. Only
M. B. Church 1790 NW
Ode Williams, A.M.; Sis. CUSTOM 225
$9,000.Total $500 cash. $80 month all.
55th Street. Rev. P. W. -
Maggie Norris, Cond. MARY ANN ROZIER 21,000 miles ,blue with
is pastor. The speaker
of the hour will be Rev.Doug- Standing: Sis. Wonza Deli- OES Queen blueinterior and white FORD REALTY, INC. BROKER

las Cook, we are asking the ford, P.W.M.;Sis.Katie Cren- zabeth Solomon,Chaplain;Sis. vinyl I I top, power PHONE: 151-3659 '
public to come out and join shaw, P.G.M. and N.D.G.M.; Essie Franklin A.,Cond.;Sis. brakes, power steering,
with us and help us celebrate. Sis. Inez Daniels Sis. Missie Eva Orange, and Sis. Violet power seats, power
Sisters Marie Childs WM Ree Davis, 1968-69 queen Sis.
; Tisby, Warder. windows, AM-FM radio,
Mary Griffin, AM, and MaryL. Mary A. Rozier 1969-70
Arline, CM.HARVEST queen and Organist; Sis. Eli- factory warranty.extra, THIS WEEK'S .SPECIAL

MOON BALLThe $3595

annual Harvest Moon BY OWNER
Ball of the fraternity is com- 1968 ELECTRA
20 Units Net 32%
ing soon. You should circle LIMITED
the date of Nov. 28, so that NW 652-660 NW 27th Street
17,000 miles with
will be in readiness when
you CBS, water sewers, terrific deal, excellent black vinyl top. Power
you your invitation.
terms. See, then call: brakes
According to the engineer, steering, power ,
Brother L. O'Berry and his MR. FORD power seats, power

committee, .great happeningsare Days 751-3659 Eves 226-1481 windows, door locks,
in store for you. tilt steering wheel

cruise control plusmanymore

extras. This car
Today Psalms 75
7 filter Mother was by is like new.
SISTER DIANEIf the Tempt. She left ell and
message. Send $3 for oil
you have been praying for God's help.-NOW YOUHA'IT and message now. Church
FOUND IT. SISTER DIANE Is a truly born instrument dole 303,NW Fla.2nd Near St., Ft.trallways Lauder. 2 1969 BUICK
of God. Thousands have been helped through Bus Station. Send all mall RIVIERAS WAS $425.00 THIS WEEK $385.00 ..
SISTER. DIANE'S blessings and prayers. DO NOT to my mailing Add,..., 1 Blue loaded with
CLASSIFY HER with fortune tellers or false healers. PROPHET BILLY WYNDER LOW LOW PRICE

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them, whether husband, wife or sweetheart is true or equipment. OTHERS FROM $239.00
false; how to gain the love you mostdeisre and how to Either one $600 down.
rid yourself of evil Indluences and bad spells. This Is Your Luck Crossed Up? YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Can't ?Are You
succeeds where others fall. SHE IS NOT HoldMon.y
great lady BUICK LIMITED '1\1
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FALSE. Can't Hold a Job? Can't 60-40 power seat,
She has devoted her lifetime to help those who need
Hold Friends ? Family brakes
help. If you have been to others and failed SISTER DIANE power power I
Problems? Can't Overcome
asks a few moments of you time to prove that she steering, power win- TV's STEREOS
is the only one who can help you, with any problemthat dows, cruise control,
you may have, such as your health happiness, or Come of God see with this all gifted woman prob. vinyl roof plus many
love, business,courtship, marriage,divorce,lawsuits, !ems. Prayer changes your other extras.. A beautiful 3790900Phone
etc. If you are suffering from disease, sickness or things. God can do anythingbut gold.
harmful habits, see her for help. She will.tell your fall.No appointment ne between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m.
lucky days. She comes from the far corners of India. cessary. $ .000 dwn, $120.18 mo. Sundays Included
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