The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00521

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Miami Community For Job Training


SEE OUR REAL ESTATE A ,supplement of $3.2'mil- for job training programs 100 persons in the Model City a

SECTICH ON PAGE 31. lion may be slated for EOPFs handicap their ability to be ,area. t
Concentrated Employment employed. A prerequisite for the edu-
result of the re- Neighborhood Mobilization cational is that beneficiaries
cent Model Cities funding.Approved will receive $190,000 and isa be residents of the
Vol. 47, No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1969 .15 by the Economic Opportunity combination project Pride geographical boundaries defining -

Program's Board of developed to employ youth In Model City.
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SHOULD BE SUBMITTED: BY Directors, the proposal for community improvement It is expected that previously -
Model Cities to contract with campaigns and project Green untapped areas of employ-
EOPI from a budget of $9.8 Thumb, utilization of the ment will come Into the pro- '
BER 25, 1969, TO THE MI-
million Will allow the trainingand gardening talents of older gram's scope since prior experience -
job placement of 1,475 ad- men. has shown employment -

PUBLIC HEARING ON ditional hard-core unemployed. Childcare, structured to for disadvantaged
provide training in child growth gravely lacking in specific
Director Presently operating on $2.1 and development and to up- areas.
PLAN DEC. 4 million for the work education grade the skills and prestigeof Under a grant from the U.S.
The Dade County Planning of 1,2000 trainees CEP will women providing care for Department of Labor, Economic
.- Cares Advisory Board will bold a see an augmentation of the existing children of those individuals Opportunity Program
public hearing on'the proposed program by increasing working or in vocational train- Inc servicing Model City ap-
Open Space and Recreation staff adding physical space ing, will be allotted $398,000. plicants through CEP, an integral -
r Master Plan for Metro- and establishing techniquesand Central Administrationwould part of the Manpower
.: .. ..'!' t'YI ;y' ;:'L,,:' politan Dade County which was program strides for future be granted 95000. Division of EOPI,provides not
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,.' ....''JJ':' recently made public. The enrichment of the total Relevant to the decision to only employment preparationbut
: {1! ;'; hearing will be held in Room program if the proposal is approved gear CEP to a higher turnoutof an interim subsidy as well.
690 of the Metro Justice Bldg., trainees is the estimate that Recruiters encouraging residents -
1351 NW 12th St., on Thurs- The additional funds will there Is a need for employability to register for the
day, December 4 at 1 p.m. provide an added $2.3 million services for at least 8Thousands ,- ,newly created class rolls, has
the back-up assistnace of
"coaching" experts to assist
Of Welfare Mothers
in proper assessment of an

Await Word Of AFDC CutsA enrollee's Orientation potential.classes and me-

dical check-ups are all part of
Thousands of mothers in spokesman for the State Tampa said he would request the long range program that
Miami, recipients of Aid For Welfare office said'budgets an extension of the December provides better employment.
Dependent Children are anx- must all be refigured state- 1st special legislative session Earlier training classes
iously awaiting State Wel- wide before establishing into discuss possible solutions have produced a noteworthy
fare's announcement of the dividual percentage cuts. however, it is considered_un- alumni that new recipients of
actual dollar and cent reduc- In the latest attempt to relikely that the budget, affect- the CEP programs may look S
tion In their already meager store the welfare reduction, tog 200,000 children will be to for encouragement work ,
monthly payments. Senator Lewis parter from supplemented. standard achievements.
Although plans for the fiscal t
slash, originally made publicby rt
Dr. James flax, Secretaryof
Health and Rehabilitative k

Services, are not subject to
change and the$1,7 million decease -,
is scheduled for January1st
of the new year families
drawing from the budget will
not know until midDecemberthe S
Wanted;fop'?JefetVxMlitlve.lfusriwveTroad experience la exact loss of income.
public administration and held :an' executive position in large
Federal agency.-Strong background needed in overseeing preparation -
of multimillion dollar budget and allocating funds for Black Editors

the most effectiveness.Also required is a demonstrated ability
for diplomacysince wide contacts with the public are needed. Studying ,,,
Position Involves supervision of about 800 employees requiring -

best personnel practlcesslnce many.must be trained for new Israel r.
positions. Salary adequate.

How many trained executives do you think would apply for Miami Times Editor Garth i
that position. Probably none.And yet that"want ad", describes Reeves is among the eight 1 '
in small detail, the JobheldbyMrs. Marie S..Carl, Executive editors and publishers repre-
Director of EOPL senting leading black oriented

Having closely observed the rocky course of EOPIsnce it Amercan newspapers spend-
,lag ten days in Israel on a fact-
first took command of Dade's War on Poverty I am convincedthat :
tour arranged throughthe
one of the toughest Job hereabouts is the lot of its Execu- finding Urban Affairs Departmentof S s 4ii

tive Director Mrs. Carl. eLy
the Anti-Defamation Lea-
Almost everyone has some small recollection of EOPFs gue of B'nai B'rith. nL n

troubles' when she stepped into the top post some 16 months The eight t. all members '
ago. The agency was tottering on the brink of financial col- the National Newspaper Pub- ref
lapse? employee morale was at a low ebb; and its programs, lishers Association, will study
were virtually halted.It Israel's social and economic
also is quite widely recognized that EOPI patched up Its experience for application to M 4y
forces and today is moving toward the goals for which it was the black community here. As

intended.Not so well known however is the unseen, inner bat- guests of the Israel govern- ,y
tle need to keep the agency functioning in what an uphill and ment, they will examine educational r .; p o. :

constant struggle. institutions, youth
Command is a lonely thing, and this responsibility as wellas projects, ,kibbutz activities,
that of overall effectiveness of the agency is Mrs. Carl's health and safety projects and
burden. She is caught between the needs of the disadvantagedfor the Jewish state's technical
quick action and the slow pace of unwinding the govern-' assistance programs for African 1
mental redtape which must be done before reforms can be countries.

Strict Office of Economic Opportunity regulations must be
mountains of work.Approval for EOPI 'ECHO' "'
followed, all requiring paper (
major steps must be had from the Board of Directors. Then FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE OBSERVES NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK I J )

too,there is the pitfall of a far from unanimous support from the Worth Reading Florida Memorial College observed National Education Week by present
Black community, which should be the staunchest ally. De- The Economic Opportunity I
assembly for the installation of Student National Education Association
mands of various factions often cannot be met or even recon- Inc. of Dade County ing an
ciled. Despite all this, Marie Carl has brought the first stepsof added a new feature this weekto (NEA) officers for the year 1969-70. A skit was also presented entitled ,

decentralization to Dade's War on Poverty.This will serveas its community information "Do You Know Liz?" It was concerned with teachers being active in all
the basis forreal community Involvement and participation with the addition of a
local and national
) professional
residents. (state, organizations. are extending invitations -
by neighborhood tabloid-size eight page )
Other community-orientated programs have been brought to newspaper.EOPI hopes to dis- to all parents, groups, and organizations to tour our campus at 15800 .'
Dade County or "beefed up" substantially since she became tribute the publication NW 42nd Avenue.

executive director. It must really take a lot'ot courage for throughout the jade County The officers for the year are as follows: Top row, left to right: Edna
Mrs. Carl to stick to the Job of directing the poverty program.She community. The newsletter
Thompkins parliamentarian Mrs. R. W. advisor James
; Puryear, Stewart
doesn't need the Job-- she's got a law degree from Yale contains news and success ; ,
University an outstanding professional background: and, the 'stories about various agency treasurer; Inez Boone, historian; Annie Scott, recording secretary.; Bottomrow

task of raising a 16-year old daughter Nina,who's a Junior at programs. Free left to right: Mary Williams, corresponding secretary; Vialene Williams, ,

Miami Edison High School. picked up at any neighborhood first vice president; Constance Young, chaplain; John Armstrong, president; ; : I
fortunate In having Marie S. Carl
This community is office or call the Office of Pub-
like her" Gwendolyn Hall, assistant secretary; Beverly Williams 'second vice :
direct our poverty program. W. need more people lie Affairs at 377-8601. It's president. ;
dedicated to helping Improve oar community. really worth reading. Not pictured: Dr. J.. C. Chang, advisor.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969 3

Church Group Seeks -.' ._--

Ii $300,000 To Aid NegroesNew Y


York -A minimum goalof "We wish to offer a national fund of $200,000 to be chan-
$300,000 assist"minori- alternative to those concerned neled through the BEDC for .
ties to achieve self-determi- people who cannot support community development.The .
nation." has been set by the
groups employing violence and Rev.Dr.J.V. Langmead
newly-organized Episcopalian intimidation as a means of obtaining Casserley, author and theolo-
and others for Responsible So- their objective," Fa-
gian of Chicago and one of four .9'Y.
cial Action as a grass-roots ther Palmer said in his open- trustees of EORSA present,
alternative to the church's
Ing remarks. "Feeling that it expressed the opinion that .
previously announced supportof is not adequate simply to respond "many Episcopalians think of ,
the Black Economic Deve- negatively to the press-
the action at South Bend as a
lopment Conference. ing needs of these turbulent compromise. Concerned
Announcement of the new times have to peo-
we incorporated
ple and we represent the truly I
organization and its goal was offer another channel for im- concerned !
are those who
\ made at a news conferencehere mediate land positive action i
want to do something like raise
Nov. 13, by the Rev.Al who
through groups are assisting money for black social w
t fred H. Palmer rector of St. minorities to achieve Justice." I
f; Thomas' Episcopal Church, self-determination."
Far mingdale N.Y., and A large number of Episcopalians Commenting on Father
t. founder of EORSA.Alsoparti- be said, did notagreewith kins Palmer's said statement.. Mr.Wil- -" -"--
cipating in the conference the decision of the churchat ;
i were Roy Wilkins, executive the Special General Convention "We do not believe In the
director of the NationalAsso- n, held in South Bend,Ind. concept of reparationsas If you wont a good description of the Neighborhood Development Program
i elation for the Advancement two months ago.Resoond1nw to a solution nor do (NDP) redevelopment of Coconut Grove, view the very interesting exhibit that's on
j of Colored People and Julius the demands of the Black we think,it fair to ask peopleof di spl ay in the Coconut Grove Bank lobby. Among the first to see the display in
1 L. Johson representing the Manifesto for reparations;the this generation to assume photographs, scale models, maps and other visuals depicting the Grove's urban
National Urban League. convention voted to raise aI responsibility for what han- renewal, project were NDP staff members. Left to right, they are Willie/ Baldwinand
t pened in 1817 or 1716. They Billy Frederick, Relocation Advisors; and Paul Moore, the NDP Project Director
should be responsible for cor- The exhibit I is open to the public through Friday of this week, November 21
I! Negro Women Celebrate Annual recting the evils of this gene- during regular banking hours. The Coconut Grove Bank is located on South Bay.
I t ration. One would expect thata shore Drive. William/ Lee, chairman for the Coconut Grove Project,Area Committee
Membership Tea Black Economic Conference explains shot/ the exhibit is tied in with several meetings in the Grove this week
1 would be composed of econo- that deal with priorities, time tables/ needs, and renewal benefits for area resi
President A lbertba Koiie ship Tea, Sunday,Nov.23.,The mists, but he looks in vain for dents. The exhibit was produced in Washington, D. C. by M or sou, O'Leary Asso '
and members of the Central observance will be held at the economic experts econo- dotes, planning/ consultants for the Coconut Grove NPD '
section of the National Coun- residence of Mrs. Betty mists, agronomists, farmers,
cil of Negro Women, Inc. will Wiggs, 1300 NW 98th Ter. at and businessmen. invite this BUSINESSMEN TO MEETA bOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOft 0OT
culminate the 1969 member- 4 p.m. group and others to examine
ship drive with the celebra- The film presentation of the organizations already func- meeting has been called by ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
tion of their annual Member- NCNW story narratedby Mrs. tioning in the field and to give local businessman, Tom Presents annualCalendar
Catherine Hepburn, will high- financial support through Washington for Thursday,
I THANKSGIVINGPROGRAM light the program. This pre- these organizations." Nov. 20 at James E. Scott Tea ;
sentation will include the aims Mr. Johnson concurred with Community Association, 4901
The students of Jackson's and objectives J of NCNW Mr. Wilkins, stating that "the NW 7th Ave. at 8 p.m. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1969 ;
Toddle Inn will present throughout the nation. Urban League and its 95 Purpose of the meeting Is
(In the Parish Hall
Thanksgiving program on SunAll interested women are branches around the country to put together a substantial )
day at 3:30 p.m. at St. James invited to attend this affair. welcome any support which reward fund to deal with the 1750 NW 3rd Court'
AME Church, 1845 NW 65thSt.The national membership fee organizations like this EORSAcan robbers and burglars who have Time 4 to 6 p.m.,
The public is invited. Is $5.00 per year. give. been playing havoc with the
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6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147 Phone: 691.0421
H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor

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Entered as Second Class Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post
,Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876

Miami Elections-Virtual SilenceIn f ,

The Black CommunityThere

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were voices at the political parties! There were voices "" ,... --t' .

In "Now here's the latest. ." news announcements! There \'ivE' CONCLUDE THAT IN \ALL DELIBERATE SPEED'r:
were voices in the offices of the easily eased-In incumbents!
But in the black communities of Miami, there was virtual THE FIELD OF PUBLIC FOB DESEGREGATION NO I
silence. There was little sound when 176,000 black citizens
were called on to cast votes in Tuesday's election in the Cityof LONGER
The campaign of course, was not climatic. Even the city I
clerk called It uncontested. "The quietest we've had in a long

time." And newspaper columnists were confident enough to FACILITIES ARE INHERENTLY DISTRICTS TO TERMINATE

forecast It was light a sure voter sign turn-out-despite, some said, that good the weather.city was content. UNEQUAL:!WITH THOSE DUAL SCHOOL SYSTEMSAT

It that absentee landlords could continue to ""ORDS ON AY ''
was a signal /95 -. ONCE.- Ocr: W /969 ...
raise rents in tenement apartments. It was a sanction for rats
to go on running rampant in ramshackle rooms where only
Black citizens reside. It was a salute to civic progress.It r
is not our stand that the incumbents should not have been rH-

re-elected. Only that the call to putanopinion on the line was To Be Equal
ignored by those Miamians who could not afford to ignore it.
It may be said that only a few of the nine campaigners for

political office seemed interested in securingblackvotes. by Whitney M. Young Jr.
if this was true, then,it was our obligation to be active enough
Executive Director National Urban League
Interested enough -- to find out why our votes were not sought

The most primitive step obtaining government,Interested -
in the public it serves, is to make certain that those privi- The War On The War On PovertyLong

leged with the financial backing to run for office are even will
ing to come out to people. This basic courtesy does not mean knives are now being sharpened to hack away at the
War on
that the candidate is qualified to run office,but is does signify Poverty.
Once seen the thrust of
as major all-encompassing attackon
that he senses your presence in the community,and knows you
the roots of poverty,the Office of Economic Opportunity has
are Individuals tobe reckoned with as a part of the people, with
led a perilous existence. It was originally planned that OEO
problems to be solved and grievances to be heard.
Have we done this? Have we made the first step? It does not would be the vehicle for about $10 billion worth of new pro- I
seem so. grams by now,but the war in Vietnam and a general cooling off

Approximately 22,000 Miamians turned out to vote betweenthe of Washington's concern for the poor has resulted in much less
of an effort.In .
hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.on Tuesday. Even if half of the
total number of voters on November 18 were representativesof recent years the OEO budget has been held to just under
the Black community, it would still mean that 1/20 of the the $2 billion mark, and the Administration has asked for
Black people of Miami managed to make their wishes known.It somewhat more this year. But the long knives will be used .
less to rim dollars from the War on Poverty than to cut the
is Ironic that one of,the major platforms in the campaign I
guts out of it by giving the states greater control over OEO
was public apathy, the apparent permissiveness of the people.
' How does apathy start? It starts with despair.in the black projects.The ""'-,---- --,.... I

communities but not in the more affluent areas. first knife was plunged into'the Legal Services Program. Hall Tours Central DistrictThe I
U richer communities do not care enough to vote, it is be- ,. This is a program that supplies legal help to people too poor
cause they have no cares. The affairs of the city favor them. to afford lawyers. Many people were attracted to the program problem of housing in and trash pickups in the dense-
The do not want or need change. But the nonchalance of those because they thought only in terms of helping out a poor man Dade County -- particularly ly-populated Central Districtis
better off can only be copied when we have the same financialand who has to go to court or who is being sued. for the low-income residentsis but one of them, but its one

political powers. But this kindofsocialserviceapproachdoesn'tbegin to deal crucial. The answer to this that we can accomplish im-
Some citizens have come forward with explanations of why with the ral issues the Institutional arrangements In our so- problem Isn't an easy or fast mediately.Its .
why dl .l't vote. ciety that keep people poor. one, but the tour by Dade's unfortunate that two

"I can't change anything".. ."I figured he'd get in anyway." Lawyers in the program realized their main job was to make Mayor Chuck Hall last week community based organiza-
In other words, they're saying it doesn't pay to vote. But it laws work for the poor,rather than making the poor victims of pointed out the need for the officials tions had to call this to the attention
does pay to vote when the absence of your ballot allows rents the law. of localDepartment of the mayor and the

j for inadequate housing to raise and welfare mothers' Incomesto So they became activists in many areas, bringing court action of Housing and Urban Development other HUD officials who tour-

be cut back. to stop acts that further brutalized poor people as1 a class.In to satisfy some of the ed last week. Its also unfortunate

( It was not so long ago when a President came into office on some states they got court orders halting importation of more pressing problems in the that a very simply pro-
Central District. blem like this can't resolved
the incredibly narrow margin of a few thousand votes. If those scab labor, enjoining one governor from cutting Medicaid funds,
few thousand voters had neglected the opportunity to choose a and ordering counties to begin food stamp programs. Those problems which include without continued community

President, the course of history might have been changed. They've filed suits against landlords, collection agencies, more frequent garbage pressure.
and welfare departments and in the
process, they've angered
When voters work all day, have families to raise and the many who still see their function as one of passively assisting IF YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKE

constant problems of sheer survival it is understandable that individuals in minor suits that don't threaten the system. TAKE THE COAST GUARD .
enthusiasm is not overwhelming. Voting will not help pay the Now the Senate has passed an amendment to the OEO bill
f rent' tomorrow or take the children to the doctor. Voting does that would give state governors the right to veto legal services IT'S YOUR T H INGI!
not offer results today but it does build for tomorrow. projects. The present law says the OEOdirector can overridea
Why worry about tomorrow when you can't take care of today governor's veto. Visit your COAST GUARD Recruiter at

? Tomorrow is,coming. Tomorrow is the day your children The dangers of such a change are enormous. A governor 103 N. E,. 5th Street, Miami, Florida

inherit. Tomorrow is the day a true representative of the Black would be allowed to kill a suit against a state agency that dis- PHONE 350-5580
community could be elected? Some yet nameless man who :
criminates or even to kill a suit against a friend or political
reads your heart and knows you name. Is that possibility wortha
contributor. The legal rights of the poor would vanish under -
few minutes the next time we're called to vote? such circumstances.The r-- I

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I that would weaken CEO's legal services.In fact,the program's Special

I Miami Times 1I budget has been increased.
Donald Rumsfeld, head of OEO, rightly pointed out that it Is
6530 NW 15th
I important for the poor to continue to get the kind of legal help Report Next Week on
Miami, Florida 33H7 1 the program has offered so that grievances can be resolved

I "through the courts rather than in the street." k

Enclosed please find,the sum ,of $5.00to t And the A merlcan Bar Association,the voice of the legal Es- ,

cover the cost of a one year subscription I constitute tablishment"oppressive, said that giving interference governors with such the veto freedom powers would of the | The Effect of The AFDC

to the Miami Times. lawyer and the citizen."

Moil Pap r To OEO's critics object to a Washington-based agency organizing Cuts on Welfare Ij I
and defending the poor in opposition to many local power j
AJJ.'... II structures. By placing programs under greater state control,
._ they are in effect asking the federal; government to take a back Mothers in Dade
,city- I seat and let local politicO manipulate and control the poor with .
I odI.- '
federal dollars.
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Why The Hard-Core

I Black ProfilesOf RANDOM THOUGHTSby Ghetto Trainee i FailsOut

CourageBy of their desire to help hard-core unemployedblackpeople
companies in programs such as the National A 111-
Lou LuTour, Optimist Clubs Back ance for Businessmen often bring on the Fersonaltragedy
of failure.

The Hon. Matthew G. Carter Is the first black man to be The WinnersThe Business leaders may intend to succeed, but anywherefrom f
10 to 50 per cent of those enrolled in their training {
elected mayor of a major New Jersey Cfty- Montclair, he
schemes flunking out and corporation executives Just
served the town Commissioner and Director of public are
as Optimist Clubs Greater Miami, in honor of Youth Ap- don't seem to know why.
works. Before becoming an official in the municipal govern- preciation Week, presented a rousing, marvelous parade of our One explanation according to an eminent Industrial
ment in Montclair served member of the
Carter as
area youth Wednesday evening, November 12. Hundreds of psychologist is that "programs aimed at bringing the
Committee for the of Junior Schools vice
Taylor study High
; youngsters, of both races, representing high schools, Junior white employed and the black unemployed closer togethermay
chairman of the Montclair Charter Study Committee; executive highs, Boy and Girl Scouts, Junior Mummers, Jr. Naval Ca- unknowingly serve to drive them further apart."
committee. NAACP. dets, Little League football teams, baseball teams andswim- This is the opinion of an eminent Industrial psychologist
In June 1968, following his ming teams, along with the dedicated adults who sponsor them, who spent two years studying the hard-core unemployedat
May election, the Governor strutted proudly up Miami Beach's Washington Avenue to the the General Motors Institute In Flint, Mich.Writing In
(Richard Hughes) appointed delight and enjoyment of the cheering spectators who lined the the current, November issue of Psychology Today, the
Mayor Carter a member of the marching route.It magazine of the social sciences, Dr. J, W. Lawrie
New Jersey Commissioner on '
ascribes training program failures to severalcomplexfactors.
Civil Rights. He was also named mL WAS a very traditional parade. There were many school .
to the executive board of bands, American flags and banners praising America and its These Include supervisors who lean over backwards to
the New Jersey Conference of L children. It was old-fashlonAmericathathas grown and thriv- help trainees and "sm')ther them ina well-meant feather-
Mayors, thus becoming! the ed on traditional values, that somehow still looked good and bed of dependence" and industry's failure to make an in-
first black member of that nude the spectator feel even better.It was wholesome and interesting depth commitment, both financially and psychologically,
group., In April 1969 Mayor E and colorful. It didn't ignore the pressing issues that to cure the emotional ills of the hard-core trainee.
Carter was elected to the dot the American scene There were floats that urged the clos- "Industry has started a lot more programs than we've
Board of Directors of the First ing of the generation gap, and that denounced the abuse of heard about for assisting the hard-core unemployed,"
Federal Savings and Loan Association drugs. But basically, what we saw was simply a bunch of comments Editor T. George Harris. "Some of them are
of Montclair; and in youngsters very proudly displaying their group affiliationandwith very good ones. The danger is that businessmen won't
the same month was presentedthe each group that passed in review you felt the closeness, follow through and correct programs that aren't working."
1969 Distinguished Service competitiveness and loyalty they had for their particular "
In his article, "Making it the Hardest Way, Dr. Law-
Award bv Bankers .National choice. rie, now an associate professor of psychology at Wabash
Life Insurance Company on behalf of the citizens of College, Ind., says industry's failure at training ghetto
Montclair. The same week gave him more recognition when I had a son marching in the parade his was the Jr. Naval blacks has received "too little attention because of our
he was selected for admission to the 36th Biennial Edition of Cadets and that Is the reason I was there. I must admit that desire to prove we really are doing something."
"Who's Who in America." without his presence, I probably wouldn't have attended. And, Ironically, Dr. Lawrie notes, "Many apathetic and hostile -
Mayor Carter's work activities Includes minister of the Zion for the most part,I suppose that would have been the case witha supervisors may be involved willy-nilly in making the
Baptist Church, Petersburg, Virginia; executive secretary, lot of the other adults who were watching. That's really too program a success. Those who are not hostile or apathetic -
Leigh Street YMCA, Richmond,Virginia,associate secretary, bad because I came away with the feeling that our American may be do-gooders trying to undo unconscious guilt.
Southwest Area Council National Council YMCAs and executive heritage isn't as shaky as I had though; that a sense of tradi- They smother the unemployed person in a well-meant
,Secretary,; Spring Street YMCA,Columbus, Ohio.During tion and patriotism sparks the spirits; and, that I was stimu- featherbed of dependence which can produce an Uncle
Mayor Carter's tenure as executive secretary of the Richmond lated and excited by the uncomplicated display of genuine love Tom or a revolt. Others may actively sabotage the
YMCA, the agency was admitted as a member of the Community of country, city and school by these youngsters.This program by redirecting their anger from the boss to the
Chest, and he played a major role in opening the downtown applicant or they may defensively drown him in apathy." 1
Public Library to all citizens, irrespective of race. While is not to say that we should stop with Just flag waving. The industrial psychologist asserts"Programsaimedat ;
serving as associate secretary of the Southwest Area Council I a m suggesting,though, that we take a closer look at what sur- bringing thewhiteempoyedandblackunemployedclos4
YMCAs, where he supervised YMCAwork;In Texas,Oklahomaand rounds us, and re-evaluate our thinking in terms of the majority er together may unknowingly serve to drive them furhter 4
Arkansas, Mayor Carter spearheaded a successful move- of young people who will, in the very near future, be sit- apart. 4
ment through the Dallas,Texas Chapter of Social WorkersR ting on the sidelines and cheering their own sons and daugh- Hard-core blacks who flunk training schemes also do
o u n t a b 1 e to get the Dallas County Off ic la Is to .construct. a ters. I suggest that the outcome of these new estimates will so because, "First, the unemployed black may be psy-
.building facility for delinquent Negro youths. strengthen our propose and dedicate us further to protect our chologically defeated, convinced of his lack of worth and
Mayor Carter has received many honors, including anhonor- democratic concepts. I suggest, too, that our children will anxious about making it in the white world.These feelingscan
ary degree of Doctor of Laws from Bloomfield College, prove to be outstanding leaders in adulthood as they are now, block his response to skills training. Dropouts from

Bloomfield, New Jersey for distinctive' work Civil Rights in their youth.'t many programs apparently are victims of such self-de-
$ his effective leadership as member of the Monteclair Board of ) 4 feat. They need deep therapy that they will never get."
Commissioners for four years, and as first,Negro Mayor of a The negative minority of youth, who continuously grab the Many "escape" because,Dr.Lawrie says,they
major New Jersey municipality. He is being hearlded as a headlines, had better watch out. Those kids who paraded on are in a state of "psychological unrest." Owing to past
Mayor for the people, of the people and with the people for the Wednesday night have the ability to march way out in front of discrimination against his father, who may not have worked -
various programs he is spearheading In the city of Montclair, them and come out the winners. steadily, if at all, the black child, like the white child
Involving the community in each. of unemployed parents, "learns that he and his father do
not work and probably never will work.;; He also learns
that work and striving are for "good people."
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR As a result of the psychological conflict over whether '
work is "good," Dr, Lawrie says, "one of the white
cultures' favorite stereotypes may become fulfilled in the
Negro's behavior. Defensively, the Negro nun may act t
As a community leader, I find myself Ina cornered positionfor County CommissionersDade ''I f\\ lazy, childlike and funloving. He is an unemployable,ali
the first time. I turn to you, therefore, with the hope that County Courthouse enated, cut-off 'boy as a result of trying to avoid an un-
your wisdom will be of assistance.It 73 West Flagler Street solvable unconscious conflict; working Is being a womanhis
Is necessary,however,to first set forth my personal feel- Miami, Florida ( mother works) and not working Is being a 'castrated'man.
ings about color prior to posing the problem. In short, I have Gentlemen: ."
been natively Insensitive to the color of skin. Naturally, such We, the citizens of Opa-locka would like, for you to share
attitudes have passed on to my children.So mush so, that when with us, the concern of speeding traffic that is causing an
we took my 12-year-old to see "Guess Who's Coming To alarming Increase In the frequency of automobile accidents In 1 PHIL OSSOFERNext I
Dinner," he asked me, "Dad, what are they all laughing our community.
him it was natural for a black man to be en- is located between 141th S
about? To very Specifically, the concerned area Friday evening I will frustration. _
gaged to a white girl. Street and 151th Street on 22nd Avenue in North Dade County make the keynote speech at the The youth to whom I will
To be sure, the fact that my very closest friend (they often In this densely populated residential area the posted speed limit Florida Baha's Youth Confe- speak are among those who recognize }
visit us from Chicago) Is happily married to a beautiful Ne- is 40 miles per hour rence in Key West.My subject their responsibility to
gress, has also helped. Further,their son (from a previous However, the residents of the area think that this speed will be "Youth Goal Seek- their fellow-youth. They have (
marriage), is obviously blackand has become a very close limit is inappropriate and very unfair to the many youths and ers." accpeted the principles of the
companion to my son. other adults who reside in the Immediate vicinity. I see goals for youth in two oneness of mankind and of the 4
Now for the problem. The psychological origin of hate is It would appear as if the 40 miles per hour speed limit en- categories long range and fundamental oneness of reli-
fear. Just today, my son came home from school terrified that courage drivers to assume that a 50 and 60 miles per hour now goals. The long range gion. The assemblage will be
"some boys were going to gang up" on him. He doesn't want to speed Is accpetable and appropriate. We don't. goals are those which have made up of youth various eth-
return to school tomorrow for fear of being"rumpled." After Within the last ten days we have had three automobile acci- been set down in the Scriptures nical and religious origin and
much discussion, it came out that "those boys carry knives." dents to occur within this destgnatedarea(141thSt.( 151th St.) of all revealed religions. They they believe that th is is the day
"Are these boys black?" I asked. "Yes, but the kid who told and (22nd Avenue), one death resulted from one of them, along boil down to the Christ-pro- in which those age-old prophesies -
me that they are planning to gangupon me is also balck. But with many serious Injuries. Moreover, within recent years mised Kingdom of Heaven on of the Kingdom of Heaven
he's a good kid." (months is perhaps a better term) we have wittnessed other earth and the day of the one fold and the one fold will be fulfilled. -
In integrated schools will instill fear and subsequently deaths and accidents In the same few county blocks, resulting and one shepherd.These, I believe Therefore, they are dedi- ;
in white children who are color-blind,r m not sure of the wis- from automobile traffic.Communication are the ultimate goals cated to these goals. J "
dom of liberal thinking. I don't want my son to hate, and yet I with the Metro-Transportation and Traffic for our world.
want to change the wonderful camaraderie of the in encouraging results and form the Their dedication is testifiedto
don't think I Department ((11-13-69)),resulted no The now goals
blacks. That the black boys can finally say with pride, "Every the city of Opa-locka informs us that the avenue/road Is county foundation for the long range by Mr. George C. Stoney, I
black man is my brother," is an achievement that ought to be operated and maintained. goals. It is now that youth must international a award winning I
lauded. Nevertheless, we are interested saving lives and very do what we as adults keep fail- film maker who, after com-
1 further do not want any blackboy to suffer the humiliationof concerned about the many elementary school children who ing to do; break down the destructive pleting a documentary film on
being called "Whitney" because he failed defendhis black bravely cross 22nd Avenue alone daily in order to attend racial, religious and the Baha'I Faith, expressedhis
amazement at the willingness -
brother. school. nationalistic barriers which
So how .do we stop the "ganging-up" which instills fear Further still, there is only one"walk light" in this area and keep men apart and at war with of these young people in
in the white boy, which will lead to hate? observation reveals that it is frequently run by drivers, who are one another. this day and age to live by a
Incidentally, this all started from a disagreement betweenmy obviously driving In excess of the set speed limit. Already our youth decry the code of conduct which wouldbe
son and a black boy who argues over who's turn it was at Nonetheless, the people in this community would like to have futility of war; they see considered strict bY' even
drinking fountain. To be sure a fight was in order, as it must the speed limit lowered in this area.We further appeal to you through the fallacious tradi- the most conservative !
be between two boys. But the fear arose when in two hours, 'to consider the urgency of this matter. To many of us, It is a tions of racial Inequality, and religious organizations.
five or six boys had pledged to all gang up on my son. question of who will be the next traffic fatality in this area. Can many of those who have a void- I consider It a great honorto
Would that I could settle for a broken nose only. My fear Is we have the speed limit lowered? ed the drug route are deeply be able to speak to youth
the ensuing hate of blacks that may be planted by his present 1 ''I', aware of the need to reach such as these, and hope I will '
fear. Is there such a thing as a solution? I offer my help. Cordially, Cowins .. u "' : '." "' other youngsters before they convey some Inspiration that j,
Benjamin B.
9. '.. "cop out" and sink to the will spur them on to the con- I
president ", sumation of these goals. I;
Sincerely, Opa Locka Civic Club depths of 12 es p era t1 0 nand
Morris A. Kipper, Rabbi ..... .. .,... -- .. ,, ,.. 1
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Take nothing for granted, for whenever you do The \ ,,
"joy of enjoying" is lessened for you.. For we rob our own \, '

lives m ich more than we know. When we fail to respondor .-
in any way show Our thanks for the blessings that .' _" ,;&;
daily are ours The warmth of the sun, the fragrance of '"
flowers The beauty twilight,the freshness of dawn. U. : fit A. : .t>:, V y 3
The coolness of dew on a green velvet lawn. t The kind lit- rye t i 6 r < rbi "
tle deeds so thoughtfully done. The favors of friends and W

the love that someone Unselfishly gives us in a myraidof \ : ,'
ways ,. Expecting no payment and no words of praise :
Oh, great is our loss when we no longer find A thank- Fyn sb'e'e
ful response to things of this kind .. For the joy of enjoyingand
the fullness of living Are found in the heart that is
filled with Thanksgiving.
Helen Steiner Rice BHBBB BBBBBnw"

Here to attend the annual AME Conference were Mrs. Ro- Celebrates 50th Wedding Anniversary I
setta Webster and Mrs. Grace Moore,West Palm Beach. They +t4 f

were the houseguests of Mrs. Nellie Saunder. Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Loweof special thanks to their children
Mrs. Estell Cunningham, 844 NW 66th Street hosted the r 1731 Ali BabaAvenue,Opa- who made this affair pos
regular meeting of Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens #39 DA VA.
1b locka, celebrated their 50th sible. Their children are:
On Saturday evening, relatives and friends shared in a sur-
with Carrie Johnson
Wedding Anniversary a Geneva Gilliam,
prise birthday party honoring Brown at their home 7000
garden party at their home on Jestine Matthews, Cleo
NW 13th Avenue. Laughter and music filled the air as they
Pinder Leo-
October 26. Braxton, Wilma ,
toasted the honoree.
Mr. & Mrs. Lowe wish to la Brayboy and Warren Lowe.
Among the out-of-town guests sharing la te celebrationwere
Mrs. Albert Brown, Samuel, Donnieand Michael Brown, __:a_, _r-I relatives say thanks and a million to friends their ...........:................
Mrs. Ethel Franklin and Mrs. Naomi Williams, Melbourne; many GO TO CHURCH i
who made them
RobersonGray so happy on
James and Dorothy Bender and son, Jeffrey and Marvin Fair, this day of days. : SUNDAY : I

Lake Helen; Mrs. Elneda Houston, Mrs. Hortense Thompson Announcement has been Church, Balto., Nov. 1st. The They would like to extend :...........................:
Mrs. Josia B. Williams, Mrs. Arie D, Gadson and Oss Free- made'of the marriage of Miss Maid of Honor was Miss Eu-
man, Cocoa; A, C, Brown,Ossining New York and Mrs. Gladys Cassandra Gray, daughter of nice Graham and the Best Man

Staley, Jacksonville Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Gray of was Mr. George Douglas. The
Linda and Timothy Forbes children of Mr.and Robert
Mrs. old
Miami, Fla., to Mr. Timothy bride wore as something ,
Forbes, Sr. celebrated their 13th and 18th birthday on Nov. 11. Douglas Roberson, son of Mr. lace from her grandmother's.
Their nephew, Damond Forbes son of Mr. and
Mrs.Robert Robert Roberson and the late wedding gown.
Forbes, Jr. missed the celebration he made his debut Nov. 10.
; Mrs. Mary Roberson of Balto.A The couple will live in Bal-
Mr. and Mrs. Eden (Mayme Strother) Ferguson entertained nuptial mass was cele- timore. Mel. Neels tires
friends in their new home, 1020 NW Little River Drive, on e inks AAAUU EEE
brated at St., Veronica'sSylvia
Tuesday evening. .
Naomi Trottman and granddaughter, Patricia Alexander Awe"- 4 A GRAYSON
boarded a Bahamas Airways jet,for a weekend at Freeport. e BEAUTY SALON
i Joining Naomi and Patricia were Naomi's sisters, Mildred 3 >y
Brown and Elouise Greenbell who were enjoying a Knicker qir 1778(Newly NW 95th Open Street) SIZES 1 to 14

,bocker cruise.
Blanche Welch is all smiles since her daughter, Geneithahas Tel: 6964560 "THE LAST WORD IN
returned home to join Dade County's BPIafter five years Special! attention to children FASHION AND fLT"

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'pointed by Gov Claude Kirk,to the nine-member Council of Loud !. Crayson Prop. '
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{ Department of Community! Affairs. Congratulations! ''C'PEN MoN. 1& ""FRI"" Tit !9, 'I'
I Visiting relatives and friends In Valdosta, Ga.was the rea- -
son for Mrs. Marie Black's absence from home.

Clarence Patterson, chief of'Metro's waste division, will
talk about waste disposal at noon today at.a meeting of the

North Dade Chamber of Commerce, at the Miami Beach Fed- IEL1r ____
eral ,Savings and Loan Association 650 NW 183rd Street.
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Get well wishes to Mrs. Beatrice Peoples at Hialeah Convalescent I Ie

Home Jackie Crosby is recuperating. at home after Kemp, charming
a stay in Cedars of Lebanon daughter of Mrs. Valerie K.
Smith and Lemuel Kemp has
Deborah Wilcox, a student at FAMU is at home to attend moved to New York State.
the funeral of her father, Isiah Wilcox. of
Sylvia, a recent graduate
There will be no "generation gap" at the Miami Dinner Charron Williams Business
Key Boat show. Executive Director Chase Adams saw to that School will be working with a
this week when he announced the selection of Miss Kathy well-known firm in Manhattan,
Burge as Teenage Boat Show for the Nov.21-25 event at Din Valuesto
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room, get over-heated in their clothing or get confused. They
.1r a l should not be labeled 'bad kids'and'untrainedkids'when, '
in truth,they are filled with too much energy to sit in one place "
for two or three hours at a time. Why do these very same
critical adults remove their tight shoes from their oversizedfeet
during long, drawn-out assemblies, funeral or church .h
services? Check yourself, then maybe you'll find the answerto
these little kids' restlessness. -

STUFF AND SUCH: The Wilfred Barrys hosted a receptionin ; :
their home Nov 14 following the merger of Arthur Witt and

STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING/ daughter Fredericka Barry, who were sealed by Fr Kenneth a E mR #" 4
Major Incarnation Robert and Barbara Games named him j
LINE-O-TYFE Ronald Randall. The little Blue Bundle arrived at Mt. Sinai r' 1 t

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: No, Miami Herald, that was not Oct 28 and boy, what a proud and beaming grandmommyMrs + '
NW Eleventh Street where old Jim Hardie Miami's first cop, Eloise Pritchard Scott turned out to be 1 111 l 1 Nov 28 has ,
ran the, prostitutes to dwell-to what was tailed Hardieviiie been penciled in for the Omegas Harvest Moon Ball. Tims \
it was NW 15th Street Or better yet, Third and place will be',exposed by the time the mailman arrives.
Street North at the time And it was not 6' u SCRATCH MY BACK: The Rev Canon Theodore R. Gibsonof
Flagler Street where the "prosties' were I Christ Church will be visiting minister at New Covenant \
chased from it was then named Twelfth ( 4 Presbyterian Sunday at the 11:00: ayem services John
Street Competitive political vandals 'i Rogers and his frau Olivia, after 20 years of marriage that
twice-smashed the Seventh Avenue headquarters I preceded a divorce action of seven years separation, remarried -
plate glass windows of City for the second time, last Aug 23. Mrs Rogers left
mission candidates Carlos B. com-I Sunday via Eastern Air Lines for Columbus, Ohio to rejoin
other early ayem, which gave a painful her daddy-o Eddie Lee Smith's youngest son Ronald (ass't
ache to David Curry the Latin's black man- I director of student affairs at Miami-Dade Jr College-North)
ager for the area. The first 'rocket' barely and wife Mittie are expecting their first sometime in January.
missed Mrs. W. W. McBride, secretary for'the Fernandez' SWEETS' TREATS Y s+ a Y
: James Gaitor's grandarling Patricia Y
office. And David thinks he knows who the is behind
instigator Neely and Albert E. Sands have set the date for Dec 28 ... ,
the vandalism. Political experts believe "the act" could -
The Lawrence Higgs' schoolmarm daughter Sonja Paulette of
rather than hurt Fernandez' election. Bunche Park elementary and Ellie B. Lewis have decided that Cox4ouid AMOCUed
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Man,if you want to see some of your Dec 13 would be a good time to walk down the middleaisleof Facyayuncat< 1
old cronies ones that you haven't seen since "Heaven Transfiguration Episcopal, to say the I DO vows before Fr
knows whenl"-just sit in at an old-fashioned 'wake' of some- Elisha Clarke Jr. They will later move on as MAN and WIFEto Rev. and Mrs. Ruben A.Cox Miami Carol City Sr. High
one who recently died, or hang leisurely around Shell's City the Cloverleaf Club (17601 NW 2nd Ave) where a reception Jr. wish to announce the en- School, and a technical schoolin
for about an hour you'll see more old tired faces whom will be held in their honor Reginald Sandilands now at gagement of their daughter, Detroit, Michigan.
you thought had long ago spelled out finis. St. Agnes' Epis- Tiny's Liquors 163rd Street. Valderia Elois to Mr. Clyde A late winter wedding is
copal's annual Calendar Tea at the Parish Hall Sunday (Nov. Lawrence Norris, son of Mr. planned.
MIAMI MUSINGS: Former Miamian Elaine Poole and 5-
23)) from i to JoycelynN.. Knowles will do the emcee chores and Mrs. Roosevelt Norris. (
month-old son of NYC down to visit mother Mrs Bert Johnson
James and Barbara Kirnes' arrived The bride-elect is a grad-
Nov. 7.SALT. Eighth anniversary who,had an operation on her leg. Could be here a month. uate of Miami Carol City Sr. FOR FINE PICTURES
The Bernard (Essie) Briggs' are expecting a little Justo- High School. She is a former CALL:
WATER TAFFY: Anna Knowles' sister and brother- writer Albertha Newbold-Hubbard's hubby William down student of Miami-Dade Jr. .
Inlaw the Eugene Moss'of East Orange,N.J.down houseguesting from Harlem visiting his squaw of many seasons here. They're College and a graduate of a JOHNSON OF MIAMI '
with Dunbar elementary principal Nelson L.Adams and the quite busy scanning the For Sale ads and could make Our Town business institute in Miami.

missus Speaking of principals, you won't experience a their permanent home Margie Harrod down from New Mr, Norris is a graduate of 635-4148 I
more gracious one than Bunche Park elementary's Sylvia S. York state on annual Florida junket. .. Druggist Harold Jol-
Lambert, who took time out from-terbusy: schedule last Wed- llvette at corner of NW 12th Ave at 54th. -s r..--r a-s.----------- I
nesday to escort this reporter and the Little Woman in and CONFIDENTIALLY YOURSAhousewarmingand'chris- s
out of her educational portals, while narrating to us about the tening' of their new'Little River Dr igloo on Nov 18 brought r-------r-----------l
home-made contributing products of parents during American many friends and happiness to Eden and Mayma (Strother) I
Education Week. Thank Q Sylvial! Ferguson Sellers Memorial United Methodist (NW 14th
THE WEEK'S WASH: Sudden Ttawt: rm sick and tired of Ave at 83rd) hosts King Edward PHA's first annual Tea Nov r
adults who are in their 40's and 50's frowning upon little tod- 30 from 3:30: to 5:30. Mary Woods if MAM. Mary Kemp I THIS IS OUR ONLY'STORE I
dlers ((3 and 4 year-olds)who'act up'when they are in crowded stricken-Asian flu Marian Pearson and family, includ- See Mr. Jack
assemblies. If these soon-to-retire veteran 'stiffs' would ing hubby Jimmy, daughter Sandra and mother Mrs Lucy Mul- I i'The Latest In Men's Fashions" I
think carefully they would consider these infants' welfare and lins back from .heir native New Smyrna, where they attendedthe I Pants -'Suits Hats Shoes
remember that small children tire quickly and get restless wedding of Marian's brother Franklin Delano Mullins Dress Shirts 8 Fancy Knits I
Itj. after sitting or standing for long period of times.' They then ., That's, it brother, from your ,one-man*newspaper who I ,
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giving some poor sucker a breakl! _

Theater CalendarRuth

Foreman announces. .
the acquisition of John Carll-
no's Sarah and the sax, a pro-
vocative play about communi- ELTMIAMIn
cation between a middle aged
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NW 39th St., announces the performance scheduled for ;jfAjhhINICKIE
wedding of her daughter, Jea- Friday November 28th, and
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M,'s. Charles Edward Gib-
son, request the honor of your
presence at the marriage of
Josephine Lawrenceof her daughter, Merry Fran-
4250 NW 31st Avenue, an- zella Gibson to Mr. Cleveland
nouces the engagement of her Reid, on Thursday, Noy. 27 at
daughter Mary Alice to Mr. 4 p.m. at Mt. Olivette Baptist
George E. Ducksworth. Church, 1450 NW 1st Court.
The wedding is.planned for The reception' will be held
November 22, 1969, at Bonded; Rental Agency

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Floral Heights And Olinda Elem News

with an AB degree This special J
Georgia program
The faculty and students of Elementary schools would like Episcopal Church of the Incar- Miss Helen Dorsett Park,Branchof Libra- and from the Atlanta Uni- given in celebration of the 50 J
Floral Heights and Olinda to thank all of their visitors nation. rian of the Dixie Library versity School of Library Anniversary of National Chii.
who came to the schools to The week of November 16- the Miami Public Science with a Master's De- dren's Book Week slogan 1
show for
'1" ,1' help make their American 22 is National Library Week. will present a puppet 1969 is Book power.
Education Week program a Our school is planning a Book "The Lion and the Mouse" at gree.All children are invited to The dates of Book Weekare
tremendous success. Character Parade on Friday, the Surf-Bal-Bay Branch 22at on attend this free program. November 16-22
Some of the visitors duringthe November 21. Please come Saturday November
week were; Garth C, over and see your favorite 2:00 p.m. ,
r Reeves, editor of the Miami character in books come to Miss Dorsett was graduatedfrom : ;
Times; Father Elisha Clark, life. Spellman College in At- lrBiCll! ;: .
vicar, Episcopal Church of the 3 IN COLOR
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dell, retired elementaryschool H tltimaimmiilimr *i*** .t.

principal; FarleyNeasman Miami Springs Senior Theatre. The productions,
visiting teacher; High Drama Department, un- "Lisa and David," "Patch of PARAMOUNT PlCTURfS_,
Warren Welters, pharmacistand Blue," and a 10 minute experi- '
der the direction of Miss
owner, Brownsville Drug; will 3 men based on the Beattles song, CharttonHestonJoanHackett
Sandra present
Mrs. Evelyn Stevens, librarian Riley, "
GHANA Mission experimental productions No- "Give Peace A Chance,
Olinda Elementary; Milton vember and De- be unlike any other high school
DriveThe Smith, disc Jockey and news-
columnist and Father cember 3,4, and 6 at 8:15: in production in that conventional DonaldPleasence
paper ; of set and are
African Universal the schools new Little design props
Church, Inc, has begun its Kenneth Major, vicar, eliminated and replaced by tfiIil fiI +
mission drive for Ghana. slides, film clips, and more u s'C'f 111
Above is our brother in reliance on the actors inter-
Christ, Mr. Sammy Addo, the FIRST pretation of his or her char- I Tie teolo
young representative in acter. ; Tickets for the pro-
charge of the church branch in MIAMI SHOWING duction can be purchased at Revenge roars across seething Mexico '
Ghana, who has just arrivedfor the door for $1.00 on Satur- BRYNNER VUlROBERT MITCHUM ,
consultation with the offic- NOW PLAYING day, November 22, a special e.mw ,
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e a 1v"IIIP YL A thing from Brigadoon and I their daughter and her husband ?ADC' 1C' 191AC, C.yAYIC'JAIQC' iEIt
yin t Iwyo.a a r f 1a "This is my Song." Well of I to-be a younger sister andan
course, as might have been expected expensively parked automobile
all we wanted to say was >showed up about two Sundaysago
Morel! More!. As it turned out only to find the LaRonde s
for the few Performing Arts Roo m absolutely desolate.
Society Chorus members Both Mrs. Kulick and her
helping out in attendance, we daughter Margaret are
3F went through the entire score waitresses in a restaurant
of our choral music for the which keeps them busy at the A BONDUasarx
forthcoming concert not to designated concert time. Of 1BY
p QVUU mention the repertoire from course, dressed to the lilt, t
ADLmE pONTIPHFLET earlier presentations and solos bejeweled and coiffed in the > ac xw
from exhuberant persons grand manner, necessitated I
that neither hisses nor boos them to find replacements at GUEST COLUMNIST: Anthony Jones
A could have s .ooedaway.lt was their place of employment.When .
F iM e absolutely fantastic! Came the I heard of this gross Well, City elections have passed their first phase and all
midnight hour, which was one mistake, I chose to cry of us have elected or defeated the candidate of our choice. Let
hour later than the intended especially when Pm told the us not forget the candidates and their campaign promises to
adjourning hour, we were flaming red gown worn by Mrs. the black communities from November to November. Very
short of having to blink the Kulick perfectly blended with shortly there will be a brochure with phone numbers and other
FM lights to drop that gentle hint both the red carnation corsage information circulated throughout the city so that you, Mr. and
to people who at this particular and the color of her face. It Mrs. Black and White public, can get a response to YOUR im-
pitch do not care to take. seems no-one took the time to mediate problems. This should have been the case some 300
With our many wonderful sec: read the small print on the in- years ago. Since this record plug is a two-sided hit, let's list-
retaries in assistance and a' vitation.On en to the other side. The black communities from Allapattahto
good clean-up committee, we this humorous note, may Coconut Grove now, as never before,have a place to relate
were able to return the studioin wish you to please be happy their problems: MOBILE CITY HALL, frequently called the
it's normal tidy state. The and above all, love one another "Stop Let's Talk Truck" or"The Blue Gooselt is here for you.
o next day not only showed us the We are not takingadvance of this inch,so that we can get soma
-- ,,_ __ ___n__ ___m___ affair was definately over but overdue miles. The white communities have always"known"
As things always go with us, It was November 5th.around proved that history was againin where to take their problems, and they are now taking advan-
having a reception requiresa ten p.m. when our special invited the making with few stains tage of the Mobile City Hall much more than the black com-
great deal of preparation. guests arrived. They from headaches left over froma munity. .and I know the black community has more problemsthan
Miss Catherine McKham, our were told it would be a small little bit too much wine from the white ones.
reception leader, spent.many reception for a dozen or so the night before. Much like the The County,City and National Government are dragging their
busy hours shopping and organizing persons whereby the sole entertainment famous house of Troy, the feet and their "donkeys" getting the senior citizens their
her very famous tablet would be the soundof hatch was left open and launched lunches twice a week. Let us not Just sit and read and forget
setting. As usual, it was no- their chattering voices was our fall season with it's these people, but read and then look across the street at our
thing less than exquisite. The alone. It didn't turn out that gigantic concert still in the hungry 65 year old neighbor. Something should be done about
flowers were abounding and way because, to begin with, fermenting stage. Senior Citizen's taxes, too. Those who are 1 luc ky enough to
our special winestrawberrypunch our studio friend Dave Bondu Laugh though you may: it own their own homes pay taxes that are exempted like
was to flow water fa- tickled the cooled-off Steinway could never sound like the yours and mine. .by homestead exemption, and if she or he
lesque all evening. The in the early hours. Later on, laughter Mr. La Pierre en- is widowed another $500 exemption. One of neighbors ((74
goodies destroyed any diet in Mrs. Mifalda Fogelnun decided Joyed when he told me we had years of age) has a tax notice for$140.13. With her social security -
progress and all this to say our she would present two of already had our first concert income, how is she supposed to pay this and live? Most
Press Reception was on ultimate !- her favorite vocal selections guests at the FountainbleauMr. of these elderly persons are almost forced to take in a boarderin

I success. ___ which turnec out to be some- and Mrs. George Kulick, a v order to make ends meet.They are entitled to their privacy
as anyone else. Metro Transit company is also dragging its
feet in getting special rates for senior citizen doesn't it? Let's
Miss Phyllis Albury,daughter get our elected officials tohelpthese people and all of us will
of Mr. & Mrs. Clinton Al- benefit in the long run.
I bury, So. Miami, Graves Dr., And. Miami my home and lam ashamed of the trash on
now in Richmond Heights, has accepted the streets. This is not only the case in black communities> ,
progress a position in New York but in every section of our city where there are no alley ways
City with National Airlines. to "hide" the trash in. This should also be a priority of some
Miss Albury received her community minded official. Who is going to pick up the ball
,, initial Airline Training at the and run with it? Our new police chief is doing a great Job of
\ Atlantic School in Hartford, trying to make our police department the best in the nation (and
Conn., where she graduatedwith the most enlightened in public relations).We have seen a num-
our big feast of savings high class standing. ber of changes for the better in the short time he has been with
Shortly before graduation, she us. One of our city commissioners has taken the problem of
was selected by United Air- rent control as his "baby". We are looking forWard to resultsin
lines for a position In New this field.Take advantage of your right to air your problems
York City. when you see the Mobile City Hall in your area. The personnelare
She was also graduated ready and willing to do all they can to help you. '
from the Miami Public School.
:: :: D.J: ]$ :- '. PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Loran Holton
ssss ,, : f E: $ PRETHANKSGIVWGPARTY VIP OF THE WEEK: William Amones
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Elfleta Lewis t

The Liberty City Concerned QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Those of us who did not receiveour
parents will get together Sun- vaccination last Saturday nightattheUrbanLeague's EOD
day, November 23, at the dinner may be afflicted by the plague that seemingly has en-
Ebony Civic Auditorium witha gulfed our communities called "give less than a". Whitney
." Pre-Thanksgiving party, Young is together. He stressed the need for active participation -
pre-holiday ': (donation $1.00)) the place is in community affairs by EVERY PERSONS WHO LIVES IN
4343 NW 17th Ave.at 3:00 p.m, THE COMMUNITY. II .Let's all keep our fingers crossedfor
until.We're Dewey Knight for the two jobs he now has to command. We
going, you come too. feel that he is very capable of doing fine Job in both. . .
Free food for all and plenty of Frank Hartley planning homecoming from G ram b 1 i n g for
good music. Thanksgiving. ,', . Hotel reservations are booming with
prospective Orange Blossom Classic viewers from all parts
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Hello, readers! This week r in"Dear E11y".This week's co- j The Mental Health Association of Dade County presented u
lumn is devoted to the teenagers and the parent's of teenagersIn 1
M'n'.al Health Fair, at Temple Israel November 12. Repre-

my reading audience. < senting Northwestern was Miss B. Landows' Psychology class.
"When I was your age. ." What parent has never uttered 1" The program was nv inly a debate on sex education In the

this poisonous phrase? What teenager doesn't regard it as the classroom. Speakers for the occasion! were Samuel I. Green-
to the dreariest of all monologues?
berg, medical doctor, Rev. Charles McClure, D.D.,and Ralph
We, teenagers don't want to hear aaout how our parents did Renick, moderator.
things when they were our age. In the first place, it's difficult discussed the
Some of the subjects were one-parent child
for to believe that were ever our And ,
us our parents age. the
singleness and remarriage, generation gap, facing maturity
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somehow our parents always to sound as if they were -
r ,At finding ones self, the drug abuse problem,and a dialo-
better behaved, harder working, more sensible and more re- ; '. .
gue among the generations.
spectful. After the sex education discussion, Dr. Greenberg and Rev.
What were they really like when they were teen-agers? They .,;
4 McClure conducted a question and answer period. Jacqueline
bury a great deal of what they don't want to remember by of'! '
Moss a senior representative from Miami
blocking out the painful experiences. After while it's almostas N
: opened the discussion with a pivotal question.
if things never happened to them. And this is good becauseif Ji ., .
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they had to begin each day with vivid memory of yester- f ..- '-:..of' t.
Audrey Anderson editor in chief of the North westerner
day's wounds, the suffering would be intolerable.How .
Willard Marshall president of the Student Council
did they feel about themselves and others? Did they ,
make friends easily or did they feela little "out of it"? Were Sod %wi tki ok' Wed special luncheon and press conference November 19. The
of the conference held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
purpose was
they relaxed about their friendships or were they competitive -
with others for the attention of the people they liked best? This to officially launch the speak up for America essay contest
week's soul
Brother is Tony Hagins. Tony is a for Dade County High School students.
qere they always as sure ot themselves as they wanted the handsome
at Edison High School He is 17
what the contest
years Speaking on means to our community were
world to believe?Were they their best selves at all times? How of and is interested :
age quite in Music and Scholastic
feel that Jay Dermer, mayor City of Miami Beach; Chuck Hall, mayor
did they feel about their parents? Did they ever they Aptitudes. "Do
were too old-fashioned, to demanding, too narrow minded or good. yout thing, Tony" cause you're looking Metropolitan Dade County; and Stephen p. Clark, mayor,City

perhaps downright stupid? Did they ever feel unwanted, unlov- of Mlam!. The special luncheon and press conference was

ed, and completely worthless? What was their attitude towardsex sponsored by certified plumbers of South Florida.

? Did their mothers or fathers ever talk to them about it? Winners of the American education door prize sponsoredby

If parents could recapture their own teen-age experiences, the Future Business Leaders of America were as follows:

they would be better able to understand their children. Armed Mrs. A. Williams, first place; Mr. Walker, second place and

with understanding they can guide us along the path of maturity Coconut Miss H. Robinson, third place.

and useful living. Have our parents ever wondered what we 4 These three teachers and their homeroom students, dis

think of them? Well, lean tell them that our ideas change from BYDARLENE played the most appealing exhibits during American Educa-

day to day and from week to week. Grove tion week.

The most difficult years for tennagers are from fourteen to JACKSONHighlights Miami Northwestern meets Coral Park at the junior col-

seventeen. The transition from adolescence to young adulthoodcan 1. lege stadium tonight, Nov. 21.

be a frightening experience. This is the age of self- Eva Is coming to Northwestern April 6 10, 1970.

consciousness. Teenagers need an extra dose of love and moral

support during these awkward years when they seem to be for-.
ever tripping over themselves. The too-tall or too-short boy t
may make jokes about his size, but it's tough to be different IN OUR COMMUNITY:
from the rest of the, crowd. The underweight or overweight Get well wishes are extended to*. Mrs. Rosetta Jackson, Mrs. 1 ..
Sally Walker, Mrs. Birole Baker, all convalscine Jacks on ra
teenage firl may seem cheerful but you can take my word for
it, she suffered silently. Memorial Hospital and Mrs. Maggie Culmer and Mrs. Maude

Teenagers are eager for independence but we are afraid of Gray.
it, too. We want more freedom but we aren't certain that we .Sincere sympathy is extended to the Prophet and Bethel
can handle it. We insist that we want to be let alone to "do our
own thing" but we are often fearful of that also.A Happy belated birthday wishes to Mr. Louis Maxwell.

few days ago I received this little note from a teenager I would like to welcome Mr.& Mrs. Leo Williams and Mr. &

seeking the answer to a long asked question: "How can I get Mrs. Herman Jackson to the Coconut Grove community. Both

my parents to let me do things on my own?" My answer to this families being a residence in the Miami area for quite some- ,
is time has now become a part of the Coconut Grove Community. .
question : t; <,
The question of the measure of freedom and independencea A new staff member has been added to the Perrine, EOPI it
be staff, she Is Mrs. Geraldine Wilcox of Coconut Grove.
parent gives his teenage son or daughter must determinedby
a dispassionate evaluation of what you are like I don't mean IN OUR SCHOOLS:

what you say you are like--I mean your record of performance.How Congratulation: Mike Ostapoff,Bernard Kitterice,Ellis Sta-
,do you handle your responsibilities and obligations? Do tom, and Corelics, Colzie, for being selected as Miami

you help with the workaround the house without feeling abused? Hearld's Weekly High School all star team. .

Do you do your school woek?Are you reliable and truthful? Do The Cavaliers defeated North Miami High with a score of a

you respect the curfew you have set for you--or do you arrive 32-0.
home hours late. You must take all of these questions and The Cavaliers junior play Miami High on November 13, at

think about them. If you find that you are responsible enoughin the Orange Bowl Stadium.
your own mind..keeping what I have said in mind--then I Every school in the Coconut Grove community Is celebrating

feel that you should be given that chance of doing somethingson American Education Week, please support the school of you ;._
your own.Teenagers.
i Miss La Tanya Den aid,the
daughter of Mr. &
must be to feel that Mrs. Rose-
brought up they are important
velt Denaid attends
We should know that our parents love us and that we are Coral r
Gables High School her clas- ot
precious to them, but we should know, too, that the world Is a+ -'
not spinning on its axis for us alone.We should be taught that sification is junior. LaTanya They do the "Milk Thing"--This Miam('Edison High School

all members of the family are expected to give as well as take. hobbies are: singing, sewing, junior Debbie Jones, has been chosen by''her school for the

i Teenagers should be taught that they will be given privileges in reading and dancing. LaTanyas South Florida Dairy Farmers salute to outstanding studentsthis
direct ratio to their ability to assume and execute responsibilities exciting hobby is helping school year. She and other representative South Florida

the under priviledge. She youngsters(; are appearing in special Thing" commercials -

Maturity is measured by our capac ity to discharge our obli- attends St. Paul ME Church sponsored by the SFDF to help offset adverse publicity

gations without having to be threatened, nagged, humored, or f A{ where she participate In the generated by a small number of young people. Each message
hit the Is to to leadan Junior Church activities. Her salutes a different student accomplishmentsand -
over head.Our parent's major job equip us telling something of his
independent, productive, useful life. They must live with us ambition is to becomea contribution to the school and community. The

not for us. If they respect us and our rights, they won't have to she'll mike -it-good luck LaTanya.business secretary... I- know.---.. salutes are being aired by most local stations;Debbie is on

worry about our respect for them. student council committees and Is a member of the Miami Edi-

These bits of advise may seem a bit one sided to some of Jackson Graduate At Brown son Cadette Corps. She is the daughter of Mrs. Floretta M.

you, but I am only expressing my feelings toward the teenager Jones. who lives at 1025 NW 58th Street, Miami. This young
Provisence R.I. -- A countries
parent situation which all of us must experience. Perhaps manyof reforeign Miami Edison student was selected by her school for the SFDF
cord number of 823 freshmenare
have wondered acting as are or
you why you are you why
enrolled at Brown UnlRick Ashton Moore, son of
your parents treat you as they do--well, it'sall a part of grow-
versity this year. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moore
ing up. Some of you are probably doubting and totally disagreeing The students In the Class of of 3366 NW 49th St., Miami. (
with word because you're thinking that being only 15
every' 1973 were selected from graduate of Miami Jackson H. STANLEY DRUGS
of rm much too and Inexperienced to know
years age, young more than 6,350 applicants and School, he Is a candidate for
anything at all. I must disagree with that thinking. I..like most represents 38 states, the Din- the bachelor science degree YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE

teenagers.-do not feel that lam too young to know.anything, to trict of Columbia and ten in Engineering. 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741
express my own thoughts, and to do my own thing.. I am all for
the freedom of teenagers. We need to be free and we need to are more mature. HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner

know that we are free. We are a completely new generation, You do not have to practice what I preach, you don't even DRUGS COSMETICS QREETING CARDS
with different mores Ideas, and convictions. We look at the have to read what I preach.Bur since by now you have already

world,differently from the way our parents looked at it, be- read it--THINK ABOUT mil FREE PICKUP & DELIVERYI

cause the world that we are viewing Is different I definitelydo So until next week my fine readers, remember to keep on ,

not think that lam too young to at least speak my mind even pushing no matter how hard thugs get.I think "that's cool".. I MON. THUR SAT. 9 AMP,,* SUN. 1
that the no jotell! LOVE YOU! L ,
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Parent InvolvementAt "Book Power"At ""....,.."., "" .,...",- M.. ,wt1 _I IJ1f

Primary SchoolsPrimary A. L. LewisBook M

Power, theme of Chil
Schools "A" and Dixon, Mr. Jimmy Hines The dren's Book Week will be celebrated
"C" topped off American Education panel was followed by movies at A.L. Lewis November r SPA
Week with their Par- taken of the children while they 15-20. '
ent's Night Program last were engaged in their dally Book Week is set aside in
Thursday night, November 13. school I activities.. Refresh November to promote children ___
It was held at Primary School ments were served.It interest in good books. Franklin -.
"C". The theme of the pro was a great evening enlightening K. Mathiews, a writer of
gram was "Better Education- to and enjoyed by books for boys and FredericG. t so ti ,
Your Job." The program was all! Melcher, a publisher and
aimed at all of the membersof The Community School has editor were responsible for ts
Primary Schools "A" and organized a Slimnastics class beginning the celebration of t
"C" from the children to the designed to assist those who National Children's Book
adults. want to remain or become Week in 1919.Classroom.
The program began with visitations slim reim, or full of vim.The doors at A.L.
In the pods (modern days are from 4 to 5 p.m.Contact Lewis are decorated to illustrate
concept of classrooms). In the Mr. Franklin Clark com books. .
pods there were displays of munity director at 836-0012. The doors judged by Miss ,, ":, x S.F
the materials the children used Geri Williams Are Teacher, 'W'! '
everyday in school.Teachers NorthwesternChorus and Mrs. Josle Jones, secretary j :;/t ,'. ;";'i tiJI
were on hand for discussion Presents were: Mrs.Barbara Har- '
of the materials and their kins, first grade; Mrs Louella "
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"Parents' Panel on Career Christine Knighton, fourth
Opportunities." At this time Season grade..
parents told of how they had A program will be held in Another Book Week activityat A1t u:
actually brought "Better Education the high school auditorium, A.L. Lewis will be Six i

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training for better Jobs., members and friends the : Topic Include: Orgin of Pictured here is WRIZ's afternoon disc /ocfceNickio; Lee and Bernice
The parents who participatedwere chorus 1969-70..Installationof Book Week, Elaine Porter and Thomas, winner of WRIZ's first lucky chart The young lady won J5.50from
: Mr.. Thomas Godfrey, officers will also be a highlight Cynthia Young, Poetry Hour: Nickie Lee and WRIZ/ at Miami Jackson High School, last Friday, November 14th,
Mr. James Osborne, Mrs. of the program. Anna Hudson; Favorite Authors when Nickie Lee held his weekly record hop at that school. WRIZ's/ Lucky Record
Frances Scholfield, Mrs. Our new director, Mr. John : Langston Hughes, Co. charts are worth $15.50, if you hold the lucky number. These charts are availableat
Garderer, Mr. Anthony Rolle, Miller will be presented, and leen Clark. most all local record shops.Grow'm.

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Hello, readersl This weekl'm'-DearElly".This week's co- Mental Health Association of Dade County presented :a
lumn is devoted to the teenagers and the parent's of teenagersIn Mental Health Fair, at Temple Israel November 12, Repre-

my reading audience. senting Northwestern': was Miss B, Landows' Psychology class.
"When I was your age. ," What parent has never uttered 3 .i ,Yf The program was m< inly a debate on sex education in the
this poisonous phrase? What teenager doesn't regard it as the classroom. Speakers for the occasion were Samuel I I. Green-

prelude to the dreariest of all monologues? >x berg, medical doctor, Rev Charles McClure, DDand Ralph
We, teenagers don't want to hear aaout how our parents did Renick, moderator.

things when they were our age. In the first place, it's difficultfor Some of the subjects discussed were the one-parent child,
to believe that our parents were ever our And
us age.
singleness and remarriage, generation gap, facing ma.
somehow our parents always manage to sound as if they were /\/9 self the abuse
turity, finding ones drug problem,and a dialogue -
better behaved, harder working, more sensible and more re
) F I among the generations.After .
spectful. the sex education discussion Dr. GreenbergandRev.
What were they really like when they were teen-agers? They t.f McClure conducted a question and answer period. Jacqueline
deal of what don't want to remember
bury a great they by
bw Moss a senior representative from Miami Northwestern
After while it's almostas ,
blocking out the painful experiences. a
opened the discussion with a pivotal question.
if things never happened to them. And this is good becauseif sn '
eaqN' * ** * *
they had to begin each day with vivid memory of yesterday's z
Audrey Anderson, editor in chief of the North westerner,and
wounds, the suffering would be intolerable.How .
Willard Marshall president of the Student Council attendeda
did they feel about themselves, and others? Did they \ ,
make friends easily or did they feel a little out of it"? Were Soul %Mt/lM 01 \\M. Wult. / special luncheon and press conference November 19. The
purpose of the conference held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, was
they relaxed about their friendships or were they competitive -
to launch the speak for America
with others for the attention of the people they liked best? officially up essay contest
This week's soul Brother
is Tony Hagins. Tony is a \ for Dade County High School students.
they always as sure ot themselves as they wanted the
qere handsome
Senior at Edison /
High School He is 17
what the contest to
years means our
Speaking on. community were:
world to believe?Were they their best selves at all times? How of and is interested
age quite in Music and Scholastic ) of Miami Beach Chuck
did they feel about their parents? Did they ever feel,that they Aptitudes. "Do (( Jay Dermer, mayor City ; Hall, mayor
yout thing, Tony" cause you're looking and
Metropolitan Dade County; Stephen P. mayorCity
were too old-fashioned, to demanding, too narrow minded or good. 11
perhaps downright stupid? Did they ever feel unwanted, unlov- of Mlam!. The special luncheon and press conference was

ed, and completely worthless? What was their attitude towardsex : 5 sponsored by certified plumbers of South Florida.
? Did their mothers or fathers ever talk to them about it? - Winners of the American education door prize sponsoredby

If parents could recapture their own teen-age experiences, the Future Business Leaders of America were as follows:

they would be better able to understand their children. Armed Mrs. A. Williams, first place; Mr. Walker, second place and

with understanding they can guide us along the path of maturity -. Coconut Miss H. Robinson, third place.
and useful living. Have our parents ever wondered what we These three teachers and their homeroom students, dis

think of them? Well, lean tell them that our ideas change from BY played the most appealing exhibits during American Educa-

day to day and from week to week. Grove tion week.
The most difficult years for tennagers are from fourteen to DJACSONHighlights -J Miami Northwestern meets Coral Park at the junior college

seventeen. The transition from adolescence to young adulthood stadium tonight, Nov. 21,

can be a frightening experience. This is the age of self- Eva is coming to Northwestern 'April -10,1970..

consciousness. Teenagers need an extra dose of love and moral

support during awkward years when they seem to be for-. L .. I
ever tripping over themselves. The too-tall or too-short boy I
may make jokes about his size, but it's tough to be different IN OUR COMMUNITY:
Get well wishes are extended to: Mrs.Rosetta Jackson, Mrs.
from the rest of the, crowd. The underweight or overweight
Sally Walker, Mrs. Birole Baker,all convalscine at Jacks on
r teenage firl may seem cheerful but you can take my word for
it, she suffered silently. Memorial Hospital and Mrs, Maggie Culmer and Mrs. Maude

Teenagers are eager for independence but we are afraid of Gray.
it, too. We want more freedom but we aren't certain that we .Sincere sympathy is extended to the Prophet and Bethel
can handle it. We insist that we want to be let alone to "do our
own thing" but we are often fearful of that also.A Happy belated birthday wishes to Mr. Louis Maxwell. ._4
few days ago I received this little note from a teenager I would like to welcome Mr.& Mrs.. Leo Williams and Mr. &

seeking the answer to a long asked question: "How can I get Mrs. Herman Jackson to the Coconut Grove community. Both

my parents to let me do things on my own?" My answer to this families being a residence in the Miami area for quite some-
question is: time has now become a part of the Coconut Grove Community.
A new staff member has been added to the Perrine, EOPI
The question of the measure of freedom and independencea
his staff, she is Mrs. Geraldine Wilcox of Coconut Grove.
parent gives teenage son or daughter must be determinedby
a dispassionate evaluation of what you are like. I don't mean IN OUR SCHOOLS:

what you say you are like--I mean your record of performance. Congratulation: Mike Ostapoff,Bernard Kltterice,Ellis Sta-
How ,do you handle your responsibilities and obligations? Do tom, and Corellcs Colzie, for being selected as Miami
{ you help with the work around the house without feeling abused? Hearld's Weekly High School all star team. i

Do you do your school woek?Are you reliable and truthful? Do' The Cavaliers defeated North Miami High with score of *

you respect the curfew you have set for you--or do you arrive 32-0.
home hours late. You must take all of these questions and The Cavaliers junior play Miami High on November 13, at

think about them. U you find that you are responsible enoughin the Orange Bowl Stadium.
your own mind--keeping what I have said in mind--then I Every school in the Coconut Grove community is celebrating

feel that you should be given that chance of doing somethingson American Education Week, please support the school of you

your own.Teenagers. choice.
i Miss LaTanyaDenaidthe -c

daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Rose- i w::.;:'........
must be brought up to feel that they are impor-
tant. We should know that our parents love us and that we are velt Denaid, attends Coral

precious to them, but we should know, too, that the world is Gables High School, her classification
} not spinning on its axis for us alone.We should be taught that is junior. LaTanya They do the "Milk Thing"-This Miami(EdisofHighSchool
all members of the familyare expected togive as well as take. hobbies are: singing sewing junior Debbie Jones, has been chosen by:her school for the
Teenagers should be taught that they will be given privileges in 4b y reading and dancing. LaTanyas'most South Florida Dairy Farmers salute to outstanding studentsthis

direct ratio to their ability to assume and execute responsibi- exciting hobby is help- school year. She and other representative South Florida
lities. Ing the under priviledge. She youngsters are appearing in special Thing" commercials

Maturity is measured by our capacity discharge our obli- : attends PaulAME Church sponsored by the SFDF to help offset adverse publicity
gations without having to be threatened, nagged, humored, or ; where she participate in the generated by a small number of young people. Each message

hit over the head. Our parent's major Job is to equip us to lead L l' ,: i Junior future Church activities. Her salutes a different student, telling something of his accomplishments
an independent, productive, useful life. They must live with us r ambition is to becomea and contribution to the school and community The

not for us. If they respect us and our rights, they won't have to she'll mike_it- good' luck LaTanya business secretary... I- know._-. .. salutes are being aired by most local stations;Debbie is on
worry about our respect for them. student council committees and Is a memberofthe Miami Edi-

These bits of advise may seem a bit one sided to some of Jackson Graduate At Brown son Cadette Corps. She is the daughter of Mrs. Floretta M.

you, but I am only expressing my feelings toward the teenager Jones, who lives at 1025 NW 58th Street Miami. This young
parent situation which all of us must experience. Perhaps manyof Provisence, R.L -freshmenare A record foreign countries. Miami Edison student was selected by er'schoolfor the SFDF
number of 823
you have wondered why you are acting as you are or why salute
enrolled at Brown Uni- Rick Ashton Moore, son of
your parents treat you as they do--well, it'sail a part of grow-
versity this Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mooreof
ing up. Some of you are probably doubting and totally disagreeing The students in the Class of 3366 NW 49th St., Miami.A, I
with every word because you're thinking that being only 15 SThNIEYDRUSYOUR
1973 were selected from graduate of Miami Jackson H.
of rm much too and Inexperienced to know
years age, young
more than 6,350 applicants and School, he is a candidate for
anything at all. I must disagree with that thinking I--like most represents 38 states, the Dis- the bachelor of science degreein NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE
teenagers--do not feel that lam too young to know anything, to 8690
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know that we are free. We are a completely new generation, You do not have to practice what I preach, you don't even DRUGS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS
with different mores, Ideas, and,convictions. We look at the have to read what I preach.Bur since by now you have already
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cause the world that we are viewing is different. I definitelydo So until next week my fine readers, remember to keep on ,

not think that I am too young to at least speak my mind even pushing no matter bow hard things get.I think "that's cool"--, I, MON. THUR SAT. 9 AM- Pt-t( ,- SUN. 1T05PMlOT
though it !Is a mind of a 15-ye r-old---1 feel that the thoughts .no joke! I LOVE YOU! 1. _

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 21 '1969 11
Parent InvolvementAt "Book Power"At -- -

Primary SchoolsPrimary A. L. LewisBook

Power, theme of Chil
Schools "A" and Dixon, Mr. Jimmy Hines The dren's Book Week will be celebrated -
"C" topped off American Edu- panel was followed by movies at A.L Lewis No-
cation Week with their Parent's taken of the.children while they vember 1520.
Night Program last were engaged in their daily Book Week Is set aside in
Thursday night, November 13. school activities. Refresh- November to promote children k ,
It was held at Primary School ments were served.It Interest In good books Franklin tr tw F
"C". The theme of the pro- was a great evening enlightening K. Mathiews, a writer of 1
gram was "Better Education- to and enjoyed by books for boys and FredericG. OUPIMWw'V A
Your Job." The program was all! Melcher, a publisher and
aimed at all of the membersof The Community School has editor were responsible for
Primary Schools "A" and organized a Slimnastics class beginning the celebration of
"C" from the children to the designed to assist those who National Children's Book
adults. want to remain or become Week in 1919.Classroom. fi ,
The program began with visitations slim reim, or full of vim.The doors at A.L. 7 + Y
in the pods (modern days are from 4 to 5 p.m.Con- Lewis are decorated to illu- ,.-/
concept of classrooms). In the tact Mr. Franklin Clark com- strate books. ',''
pods there were displays of munity director at 836-0012. The doors Judged by Miss ": ', J' "k
the materials the children used Gerl Williams Are Teacher, "
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ers were on hand for discus- Presents tary were: Mrs.Barbara Har- \ Y

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use. After this, followed a First ProgramOf Johnson, fifth grade and Mrs. \ \::'
"Parents' Panel on Career Christine Knighton, fourth ,' ,( : .. \
Opportunities." At this time SeasonA grade. .,,
parents told of how they had program will be held in Another Book Week activityat ,I\\.
actually brought Edu- the high school auditorium, A.L. Lewis will be Six ) \; ;, I.
cation Your Job" into reality Thursday night at 8 p.m. to grader presentation over theschool's _I t ,.. ::
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by getting advanced educationand present to parents, faculty public address sys-
training for better Jobs., members and friends the tem: Topic include: Orgin of Pictured here Is WRIZ's afternoon disc jockey; Nickie Lee and Bernice
The parents who participatedwere chorus of 1969-70.Installation Book Week, Elaine Porter and Thomas, winner of \WRIZ's/ first lucky chart The young lady won $15.50Irom
: Mr. Thomas Godfrey, of officers will also bea high Cynthia Young, Poetry Hour: Nickie Lee and/ WRIZ at Miami Jackson High School, lost Friday, November 14th,
Mr. James Osborne, Mrs. light of the program. Anna Hudson; Favorite Au- when Nickie Lee held his weekly record hop at that school. WRIZ's Lucky Record
Frances Scholfield, Mrs. Our new director, Mr. John thors: Langston Hughes, Co- charts are worth $15.50, if you hold the lucky number. These charts are available/
Garderer, Mr. Anthony Rolle, Miller will be presented, and leen Clark. at most all local record shops.Grow'em.
Mrs. Sarah Cooper, Mrs. each group will perform sev-
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969 13

Florida Memorial Students Plan Bahamian WeekFrom

l"R s Cookin'with November 1621,the heart of down town Nassau one three weeks' ago when they The week is being supported :
a Bahamian Student Associationof sees the many straw vendors. played at the association first by many friends and inter
-- Florida Memorial College The intricate patters and event, attracting a crowd of ested persons in Nassau and :1
presents a "Peep at Bahamian colors they work into designs five hundred in the college is the biggest project the group
1BUTTE1'y Culture." The 104 member satisfy every eye. On thurs- gym. has undertaken so far.
group over the past month has day a straw vendor will show
been diligently preparing for her skill to student and visitors
this Bahamian week during of the campus. From 10
which every phase of Bahamian a.m. to 3 p.m. her "stall"will

OFF OF YOUR SEAT AND ON YOUR FEETA life will be displayed. be set up on the library
On Monday the activities porch. The association plansto a +
really begin. The chapel pro- have visitors try their hand
great big thanks out to -
goes Miss for
Betty Wright doing
gram at 11:30 a.m, will spot
this in the Bahamian craft. To end
column last
when I was out of town. I had to go on a light the Bahamian Minister of
an exciting day willbetheJun-
promotion trip for the past two weeks to promote J.P. Robin-
Education the Honorable Cecil

kanoo. Cow-bells and goat
son's record "Thing on a String" and Clarence Reid's newest 4r
Wallace Whitfield
,as guest skins drums will the
single "I'm Man carry
a of
Work. Both
My are doing well
very speaker. On Tuesday at 8:30
Bahamian flavor till bed time.
in Atlanta
Georgia. I also covered some areas of
Bahamian music
p.m. The costumes for this event
Virginia, North Carolina and other parts of Georgia.You .
and will be in
seeney staged will be made by some of the
can look for a big record from Betty Wright this week the schools auditorium. On students, others will be do-
called "Soldier Boy" and we at Tone Distributors think it's Wednesday a member of the nated from the Junkanoo ,a't
going to be the biggest thing yet for little Betty. Thanks again Bahamian police uniform for groups in Nassau.
Betty and we hope the next trip we take will be to promote your which they are famous the
new record "Soldier Boy." world over. Also on Wednes- Bahamian Airways Limited
day night will be a calypso will sponsor a top Bahamian
Well this is
the last week before Thanksglv'ingand
once againI quartet playing in the College band, The Falcons, for the
would like to ask those of you who would like to see some
Student Union Building dance on Friday at 8 p.m.The
families that can't afford
tohavea nice
Thanksgiving please All along Bay Street in the band was a large success here
send your name and address to the Miami Times and let us
know when Mr. Hadley and his staff can come by and pick up i a. 7yRgp1y
the food and can goods to help some of our people who other
wise would not have any Thanksgiving at all. Now if you don't Sunlight Beauty.School.
have time to write you may call the Times,office and leave

your name and address and I will personally come by in my old Sunlight Beauty School, at 3:30: p.m. on 8th Ave. and
Beach Wagon and pick it up. Be sure when you call to leave which is known as the home of 61st St. The public is invitedon
your name and address and I will come by and get your donation cosmetology, has moved to a Sunday afternoon. The con-
Please let us make this a big day for our Brothers and new location on 54th Street testants are: Misses Dyer,
Sisters who are less fortunate than ourselves. and 7 Court.Every year at this Bowe, Burnette, Lee, Hen- f '

A word about the situation at Youth Hall.Early this year we time an affair is given to rais. field, Daniels, Mesdams 14ffJIttAlWJiUUd .
mentioned in this column about what a tough Job Dr. Presley money for)' a scholarshipto Richardson, Johnson, and
has at Youth Hall with so little funds. Everybody talks but no help some child go to college Wallace. Mr. and Mrs.Earl Spratllng elementary education and '
one does anything until the hammer Pa11sItwouldbesohelp- or to give a full courseof The school's annual student of 3435 Frow Avenue,announces special education at Florida

ful to Dr. Presley and his staff if some of the people who he training in cosmetology. color day was held last Fri the engagement of their Agriculture and Mechanical
Several students com daughter, Diane Spratling to University in 1968. Diane is
has to answer to would stop playing politics and try to make day. Some of the highlights of
things better for these kids. pete for the title of Miss Sun hairstyle Charleston Bargman, son of a former Miss FAMUof 1967-
light". The school's annual the day were fashion, Mrs. Edith Willis of 8891 SW 68 and a member of Zeta phi
No matter what the outcome the children wiL probably suf- prom will take place on that revue, students 138th Street. Beta Sorority Inc. She is pre S
fer and I sure hope that if my good friend Dewey Knight has night, Nov. 20. The crowningof classroom work, such as sently teaching at F.S. Tucker
anything to do,with the situation now or later that he will demand Miss Sunlight,will also take drawing, hair-tips, frosting, Diane is a graduate of Elementary School.
and get certain things. I know he can and will do a good place on that night. Graduation wigs styling, and makeup.D. George Washington Carver The wedding is planned for

Job but it will be so much easier if he is given help within. will be Sunday, Nov. 23 Dyer and M. Bowe, reporters High School. She received her December 27, at Christ
at the church of the Open Door Bachelor of Science degree in Episcopal Church.
Well when you read this article the local election will be
over'and as the saying goes I hope that the best man or men
won. However I have a greater hope and that is that once the
election is over you who have been elected don't forget us whohave '"
elected you. :; > ,
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1 Some of our downtown friends only com* out to our community Gillette
before the election to shake hands and take pictures,
give out some hot dogs and barbeque. We need your help once
you have been elected to help us provide better housing, more
and better schools, better streets, and of course better Jobs.
So don't forget us once you have been elected. Drop by every stainless
once in awhile and listen to some of our problems. They may super

so seem big.small now but without your help they may become ever

After all, you have been elected by the people, for the peopleso '
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29 Black Lawyers Arrested In Plea For LtH;; ; To Poor ,

Fifty black and brown at- tional office of OEO's Legal Ington on Friday, Nov. 7, with management to over racism. mately 2.5 million dollars- by dents Jailed on the ridiculous
torneys descended on the naServices program In Washcharges ranging from mis- They expressed shock and out- the Federal Government would charge of "unlawful entry" 1

rage at the failure of the DIrector be safer and better adminis- Into the OEO office building.
PRODUCT OF u.s.OflxffiiM" SPIRITS DISTIL JD nOM CRAIN 90 PROOF CORDON's_our GIN co ,FTD:.IINDIN!!!.1!, N I I of Legal Services, tered at an established school.
r Terry Lenzner, to direct him. The lawyers disagree and are Holiday SpecialFREE
; self and his agency toward the reportedly ready dramatize
problem providing more aggressive their disagreement and expose FACIAL
and effective legal what they classify as CEO's (with all complete hairdos \,
services to the nation's poor, racist stand. )
many of whom are rio -"whlte.. Lenzner was confronted on
Expert 'Wig Styling
Specifically, the attorneys November"7,1969by 100 black I
criticized Lenzner's apparent and brown attorneys and students Our Specialty:
failure to refundandrestructthe of Howard University A cultured! permanentfor
Reginald Heber Smith School of Law and he was de- adults and childrento
Community Lawyer Fellow- manded to end the duplicity and stop hair from revert
ship Program presently located double dealing that had followed ing.
at the his continued failure install
nyslvania. Oprolort| V.rn.lc. Jams,
the Smith program at Rosa HlggI, Elisabeth Kinsly. -
designed to recruit young. Howard University as he had .
'I competent and dedicated attorneys promised Mr. Lenzner and Th.lma MeCrody, Prop.THELMA'S .
JEAN WILLIAMS, DELIGHTFUL YOUNG DRESS DESIGNER: Into poverty law. Un- OEO's Director David Rums-
fortunately, said the lawyers, field response to this legitimate -
"I don't
believe in'Bubble-Gum'fashion..the kind in the past the program failed demand was to have 29 BEAUTY SALON I
that's in today and out tomorrow. For my clients, to attract truly sensitiveand black and brown attorneys and 982 NW 79-h STREET J

I design the smooth classics that suit them best. to committed people. It Howard Unversity Law stu- PHONE: 6930632ATTENTION
was remedy this deficiencyand
Maybe that's why I choose Gordon's Gin. It's always to generally make the pro

smooth, always dry, which suits my taste best gram more reevant toward
solving the problems of this !
GORDON'S GIN,CREATED IN LONDON, ENGLAND IN 1769. GORDOM'S nation's poor, that the lawyerscame

DISr llD The lawyers suggested that
IoNDDNDIIrGIN the first step In redirectingthe Progressive Men Inc.
r Smith program would be ,

Gordon's? It's how the English keep their gin upt r tower Its removal, ivy from league'an setting"ivory PRESENT j'

such as the University of Pennsylvania -

and placing It at AN EVENING OF
p (1P" Howard University School of ;
Law.''They argued that Howard -
long In the vanguard of
1 | this nation's civil rights
movement, would be a more \
reasonable site, necessarilymore .
sensitive to the crush- Sat. Nov. 22
Ing problems of the nation's ,
poor. The black, Puerto Rican -
10 Until
and .Mexican-American p.m. :
lawyers further argued that EBONY AUDITORIUM
since so many of the poor were
from minority groups, the Director
of such program shouldbe 4343 N.W. 17th Avenue

drawn from "one 'f these MUSIC BY MIAMI NEWBREEDS1st
It was toward this goal that PRIZE, Round trip for 2, hotel ..
i Stand stl./ .. .you'have a the lawyers proposed Glenn and transportation' .
Carr as a ,candidate for director -
maxi. Start to stroll,. .
Mr. Carr they said is 2nd PRIZE -' A night for two on Miami Beach
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black attorney who is both a 3rd PRIZE -, A night fo't'lour at the
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makes you look your and who Is a former Smith
very best. You kook. Lenzner, however Is said BRING YOUR OWN BOTTLE

From size 5 up, $34. to have rejected both these
proposals. It is reported that DONATION: $2.00
In"navy, brown, he feels the Smith program,
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}. ,. WHO Will BE HMISS_ CEP" 1 1t 969- 70 7 ? ?

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Miss CEP will and must submit a organizations, height, weight ed by popular main Wednesday Nov
represent Orange Blossom Classic and program achievement. take place at the CEP 26. Voting
t\: the EOPl's Concentrated Employment 1969-70. Miss CEP must personal profile listing her and outstanding determtn- building 6444 NW 7th Ave. will take place all day Nov 20,
Program during the be an active trainee in the CEP name, age, marital status, Winners will be 21 and 23.



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t : .,., Daisy ,William age 18, height 5'5", weight 135 lbs.
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: :: : lf"j" ,Patricia Walker age 25, height 5'6", weight 145 lbs.
Betty Jo Jamesage 22, height 5'7", weight 135 Ibs.
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Thursday evening November gave a warm appraisal of Just with special details. Hats off administrator, Joe Holloway,
13, the Concentrated Employment what CEP's goals are and to you McNervy for a lovely laison officer, MDTAA, Alvin
.-' Program's Employment greatly encouraged the training fashion show V ( Stokes, supervisor of counseling '.:.
Preparation Unit under class to continue to strive Mack Carlton, supervisorof J.'..:
the coordination of Mrs. Eugenia toward success. He reminded Giving the trainees the pre-vocational training, : '
Thomas hosted an affair them of their motto:; "This is moral support for the evening Mr. and Mrs Robert Cooper, ,...
to remember.The not the end, but only the begin were Jaci Hayward, training Mrs. Cooper is from the ...
orientation departmentunder ning" and told them to remember coordinator, Richard Polk, CEP's public affairs office,
the supervision of Mr. it as they climb a little supervisor of Institutional Paul Wyche of EOPPs public

Fred D. McCoy celebrated the higher. Training, Barbara King, director affairs office, Mrs. McCoy ',. :,
end of the department's cycle Moving and soulful' of direct skills training : J'
songs Greene, mother of Fred Mc- i
ni training. The site of this were sung by'E. Lambert, P.. and Charles Flowers, Coy, Mr. Booker Greene, of ., '?;i:,',;\ ::;')i,;,;.:'
gala affair was the Continental Barnes, and P, McCoy, S, special assistant to the CEP Delray Beach, Fla. v "
Club whose band and facilities Lovett and B. Lewis presented '. '

were provided without charge a lively dance routine. r .,. ,!_ .J

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was followed by a solo by Etta highlight of the evening. Love- ("
Lambert. Beula West gave the ly dresses were donated to
occasion as an orientation the class' by Mr Phil Fial of .j
trainee. Eleanor Polite recited Mays Fashions located at 2800
an original poem entitled NW Fifth Avenue. Eight other
"What is Orientation" The beautiful outfits were givento '.f
guest speaker, Dr. Gilbert th trainees, compliments k \
Porter, assistant to the superintendent of Mays fashions.
Dade County Public Miss Maria Rodriquez of Miss McNervy Dickey doing her thing, the moderatorof
Schools was introduced by Mays' Fashions dida great job the fashion show.
Bertha Florence. Dr. Porter of assisting CEP personnel ,

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Coca ColThe a Launch es Successful Youth Market Promotion

unced Coca Cola Bottling well known Disc Joe
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v.20. tremendous success in con- Miami l Community, the com- son High and Miami Jack- Coca-Cola of Miami and Company in addition to utilizing youth need more social
ducting its Winter Sock Hop pany has encounted very little been High School. Therehave each paiticipating school. the professional servicesof functions where they deserve
promotion in many of Dade difficulty implementing the absolutely discipli- Attendance has ranged any- the local Disc Joe for student their support in sponsoring
County's local high schools. promotion Sock, Hops have nary students problems on,,the part of where from 650 to 1075 stu- entertainment, offers attractive similar activities) of a socialor
Taking full advantage of the been held in five local schools due very,:match! to individual dents even though most door prize incentivesand education I'nature.. :Coca-
talents and popularity of Radio namely; Allapattah_ junior to student cooperationand schools have required 100% samples free CocaColato Cola is attempting to show
Station WRIZ's Nlckie Lee, a High, George Washington Car- the part the careful of planning on homeroom attendance in order all students attending;which their concern to' the youth
, --_._ Mr. Fleetwood for students to be eligible to makes the promotion a well through offering the types of
activity they enjoy most.

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I FAMU Grad Sees n. THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969 19

Little Corporate ,, ....
Opportunity For 500,000Black j "

I College- Graduates E} tie Wag.. .

",, NEW YORK Charles L. that high income
Fields is a man with two major will find 90 percent category,one more than 500,000 black col- get positive employment results ""
thoughts on his mind. at the manager's level exclusion lege graduates in this country ." by Joe Black
the Black "Many of them have an '
First professionals percent at the director's I
who are earning more and 99.9 level earnest desire and the neces- Mr. Fields' company, Re-
t at the vice cruiting Management Consul- i
sary experience to work in
: than $35,000 a year at Fortune's president level.
industry at levels tants, Inc., opened its doorson
top 500 corporations in This he many says
is a sad state April I 1964.
New York City. And with those of affairs when Mr. Fields. "But they have Since then it
executives who compared not yet had the has won an impressive list of No scared. ,
Black are In with ,the fact that opportunity. mouse: ever ;, n elephant by
there are That's why he has had one blue chip clients, including, punching him in the trunk. All the mouse has
driving goal for the past six among others, ioca-ivi., '
years: to serve both industry USA, Eastman Kodak Com- to do is l let the elephant see him. Today, I feela

Gwio1vorc and the black professionals. pany, Eli Lilly and Company, little bit like the mouse. ''I have, a job to do,

"We're ,not here to throw General Foods, The Grand and I have to overcome an elephant before I
the fun plea to Chop... I rocks orburnAmericadown," Union Company, J. Walter
Thompson can do it. The job : to prove to myself and to
says Mr. Fields. "But, we do Company, S.S.
feel that American businesshas Kresge, McKinsey & Com- the world that a black skin does not have to bea

made a big mistake on the pany, Mobil Oil Corporation, handicap. The elephant is that group of peo-

SAVE minority-group employment St. Regis Paper Company, ple who consider any black man who works and
RiGriT NOW problem. By procrastinating, Xerox Corporation.
of strives for success as a "tom"or an "oreo"!
business management has deprived Many our corporate cli-
its stockholders of the ents," says Mr Fields,"have In school, I recall my,classmates letting me''
benefits which will accrue to recognized that recruitment have chorus of "Old Black when
...res. : :T ;fk ; srav+ry M'tft"a>xcee'- ; 7Y: \ ; t7-- -1 them from the use of minorIty presented a sat
."' ...... 4 }. : .* ::.' <:;Lj;;: professionals at all levels isfactory answer to the problems wanted to make their point. Meeting them after

of a corporation's operation of realizing equal employment school and exchanging knuckles very often

I', entry middle and top man- opportunity. Although changed their profiles, but it didn't change
; agement.." policy-making corpor-
their Well didn'thurtme
i ate executives thinking. name-calling ,
Mr. Fields, is convinced that have made
,J there is no firm in the country commitments to equal employment then. And it certainly isn't hurting me now.
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aca? which offers American opportunity, in fact,
there After all, was Peter Salem a "tom" becausehe
a\ business I managment such remain problems of '
strength of black professional policy implementation in recruitment fought at Bunker Hill? Is Garrett Morgana

consultants as his staff. selection and pro- "tom" because he thought enough of human

Mr. Fields himself is a motion. Many of these relateto life to develop the traffic light and gas mask?
graduate of a black school, poor communications between -
Is Robinson "tom"
Jackie a because he acceptedthe
Florida A&M, and did grad- minorities and industryand
uate work at a white institu- an insufficient understanding challenge to integrate modern professional

tion New School for Social of cultural differ- baseball? And is Carl Stokes an "oreo" because

Research. He was formerlywith ences by hiring management." he is mayor of a city made up of a predomi-
the New York City Department To overcome these difficulties -
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Division, and formerly -mends that a corporation uti- And so, to black youth everywhere, I say :
: :< lize
t@43i Y.:r 0p,. Management Director Adjuster and Labor Job, its minority-group a consulting approach problems.to you are not selling out if you do your thing to
Talent Center. RMC gives a client total ob- prove that given the opportunity, black peoplecan

< 3r f t..r F.tx Mr! Fields maintains thatthe jectivity with the componentsof perform. Now's the time-to stand up and
f.f? ;> }, O: yvs .. } \.: major problems in the mi- a study which includes organizational let the elephant see you. .
1; > nority group Job market todayare analysis to find '
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these out the problem, recommend ,
ba ?s r :a L', '. solutions and then ; ::7."'" : rpis
p\ my< rtY\.ak i 44' a $ (1)) TOP'management'does i propose : ; ,
1 r not get involved in the prob training programs, Including ; .-' : ( ':'TI
1 : lems.. It Is Mr. Fields' con- awareness on all revels of the : :) .. .'..;;}. 'Dl
tention that the chairman of the|I corporate structure. "'; f; '" \.."
'"., :: .,: "',tl!.Vice President
board and the president of each, Recruiting Management 'V::{ :' the Greyhound Corporation
of Fortune's top 500 companies Consultants, Inc., opened an ':'.1
t h should spend a minimumof Atlanta Office this fall to pro .
0 } 'y4lty3:4: three hours a year to lis- vide its clients in the south- ,"
Ef;: ; by r i rt ten to a professional analysisof eastern region of the United

@ > 'trtr'a., ? C his corporate problems as States with on-location service
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; and close liaison ,
t t.\x'rf.t3;# } they relate to minority-group with the
employment. This way, they staff of the New York office.
c4arkwiC V@< Srstgyt.t :r3, bki av) ce,r ur..q; will find out what role they as The Atlanta office also recognizes c: Call
4@.iZ,'w, a frf{' Z..ga
; the fact that the
@ r : +f'b vy, ,:. top management must play to majorIty
y, ..Cc insure successful Implemen- of the Black professionals
} tation of their minority employment in the United States reside CHARLES
f ,;v4. a'riy policy. 'within 500 miles of that city.
iEr. 4: ..nay.}''a ; + (2) Middle management of, Services offered by RMC 7A ROGERS
4b..w .srr} hat.sa corporations is not on the firIng include: initial exploratory

;? yi'.a. line of minority group em- conferences, consulting ser-" AT PL 17502FOR
}',, ployment vices ana organizational
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(3) Neither the blacks nor yses group recruiting pro-
the whites have been given grams for black profession- PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

awareness, training on whatals, individual i profession- STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
happens when a black profesal recruiting assignments, INSTRUMENTS.
sional is put into a white job e I e cut 1 lye search I assign-
situation. "Awareness studies men ts, awareness trainingand
training are necessary services and comprehensivesays

Mr. Fields, "to ensure retaining services-,both
mutual understanding and to consulting and recruiting

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 21 1969

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a. I. For Residents I- .

:;:wlhe Model City staff could volve many of them in the decision (1)) List one name of your (5) All entries must be post Times, the Miami Herald, the

have named this publication making process," said choice on a post card. Under- marked no later than Dec. 30. Miami News, Miami-Dade
DL anything it wanted to, but they Bob Johnson, administrative line the name. ((6) The winners will be an- Junior College and one gov-
felt this would be selfish. assistant.It will be their way (2)) List your name addressand nounced and notified on Jan. erning board member.
"This is an organ to be used to oversee the workings of age forward the post cardto 15. The' public will be informed -

by the people, for the peo- government, business,private the Model City program, in the following edition. An HEARD ANY GOOD
ple and of the people in the interest groups and the Model news room, 6207 NW 27th assortment of prizes will be I
area," said Gordon Johnson, City program Ave, Miami, Fla awarded to the winners. They RUMORS LATELY?
director of the program. Beginning officially on Nov. (3) A contestant must be 12 will Include an assortment of
ll' According to Johnson the 30th residents in the Model years of age or older. home appliances. Rumor? cause needless
staff felt the community should City ,area may submit a name ((4) Community based organizations ((7)) There will be only first community problems Always
be involved in naming their for this publication. The con- may participate, and second place winners. get the facts.Your local Model
own newspaper. test closes on Nov 25th. using only one post card to Judges will include repre- City program will try to help
"It's one way we could in- the rules for entry are: represent the organization. sentatives from the Miami you. Call 691-0120.


Amos Town"

Rf To Undergo


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Residents Take Out -M y

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Stake In FutureIn Mrs. Mattie Graham and son Oliver clean-up

form of Model City De- front yard.

velopment CorporationAfter "Amos Town' a community Model City officials said

almost a year of .. almost hidden from it's neigh- that most of the families will
wrestling with a solution to the -- -- ---- boring communities and vir- be relocated intrailerssome-
The future of this lad lies in the failure of 'the
or success
housing problems of the Model tually unknown t 0 the rest of where In the community or in
.. City residents, Mary Fluker, Model .City Program. Dade County can become the newly built apartments with
chairman of the housing task catylist of the Model City pro the option of staying there or
force, said she knows some of gram- if everything. goes as moving back into "Amos
+ the things that must be done planned. town."
f "Of course, we want new Resembling "Good Bread The Townhouse apartmentswould
housing, and we want to reha- Model City Questions And Answerswhich Alley" another local ghetto be completed within the
vilitate the old," she said. community in the Downtown next year and a half and rents

"We want our community to Q. What does Model Cities do resident groups, these indi- makes Model City special Central Negro district"A would be lower than most resi-
have a stake in the rebuilding.We for you? viduals will come up with a mos Town" will die a much dents now pay. Rents are now
want our own development A. Model City is Informed of possible solution to the prob- earlier death than it's elderly set at $12 to $14.50 per week
corporations, our own construction problems, such as housing lem in the form of a projectand Q. What can you do for Model predecessor. and families pay their own
I workers, and we shortages, lack of Jobs, and a request for money if it Cities? "I've been living here for 11 utilities, which run as high as
want our own homes. We want excess trash by agencies in is necssary to get the Job A. Without an active part in years and I'm about ready for ten to twenty extra dollars a
the money to stay in this community the area or by you the resi- done. In many cases the solu- meetings and projects, plan- a change," said Mrs. Mattie month.
." dents. After discussing the tio is simply a case of timing. ning and even picketing by Graham as she hoed her yard, "Come from out of that
Mrs. Fluker, a little lady particular problem with staff It is the special emphasis on residents of the area, the at 4921 NW 26th Ave. buggy," shouted an angry parent -
with an over abundance of en- professionals, the governing coordination between groups, Model City program will Just "Model City people have to a group of boys who were
ergy, was not speaking for only board, the resident task forces individuals and agencies which end up Just another program been around here with so playing in a large vacant lot
what she believed In but what planned for the people and not much talk. I can't wait for them
as well as other interested do not usually get together across the road filled with
thousands of residents in the with and by them. If you do Joinin to get started. Pro Just waiting ,abandoned cars and old circus
area have expressed at task to think and work on the to get into one of those scooters.

force meetings, on the streets areas problems, the program trailers," she said "Yes Sir," snapped Doug-
and In community meetings.The will work, and the credit for She
to of
was referring one las Plerson. "This place is a
tool for The that can onlygo to you the resi-
commun- the moves under consideration mess, rye been here for about
ity controlled rebuilding is "' dents of Model City.Q. for relocating about 100 ,, 30 years and that's long
called he ModelCity Develop- i families until "Amos Town"is "
Director's enough
What will these plans cost
ment Corporation. It is to be a the residents? rebuilt Into a "fashionable At a special community
neighborhood non-profit cor- urban town house
commun- meeting held on September 24
A. There is no direct cost in
poration that will use FHA ity." It will cost about half-
Reactionus money to the residents. The a at Salters Chapel at 48th St.
assistance to become a multimillion million dollars with
LY1\ projects in Model City are supple- and 27th Ave. a motion was
dollar real estate development _'m_ __, __mn" funded by federal, state and mental funds coming from adopted as a mandate from
firm. Gordon Johnson, Directorof know how you feel," he local government as well as other federal agencies. the citizens of the community
About 25 highly skUledpro- "I want to move right back
to demolish
the Model City program said. contributions from private the, run-down
fessionals will form the ad- into "Amos Town she
said. houses in Amos
announced that the long awaited groups and Industries. Town The
Johnson said, that funds are
ministration of the MCDC "They promised us that
.. moment for Federal fundingof we motion was passed with a 20-
Many of these who will initial- available for additional ad- could come right back here."
$9.6 million to the local ministrative staff and other Q. What is being done about 60 vote.
ly come from outside thearea Similar feelings
program was a "rewardingone increasing Jobs available to were ex- "I am so relieved that this
positions to
applicants who
will be under the directionand pressed by other persons who
all residents in the residents has happened said Mrs.
for the ? ,
have through the
close secrutlny of a resi- gone person- lived in the 100 or so almost
the area" nel A. Many new jobs will be open- Graham. "Now Til justsltandwait.
screening process.
dential board of directors. delapidated three and four
"It is important to stress ing up in the area as the first ."
"Once staff is on board, bedroom wooden shacks located -
that the arrival of duns will Additional
year progresses.
these individuals will have to between 26th and 25th
not imply the Immediate visi- staff will be needed by agen- Photos by Curtiss Solomon
be orientated to the Model Avenues and 50th and 49th sts,
ble commencement of project cies and for
new projects.
City concept, the area, and the _.,.,_._ _.
he Plans made --
activity "Tangible are being to im-
I : "
I i duties of the particular Job,
\ signs of activity must be pre- he said. port new industries in and near
faced by a stepwise progres- the area of the type which the
iJ sion of vital tasks.. He said many projects by residents feel would best
I "It is our s to put into action nature of their structure can- benefit the economic standardof
Ray Thornton was appointed ," he added. not begin until certain ground their community.
to the Model City staff by He said the money Is not work is laid through the im-

the Comprehensive Health sent to Dade County by checkIn plementation of other pro- Q. What if I have more ques-
Planning Council to coordinate a lump sum, but Is to be jects, tions that aren't answered rAmos -
the activities of the Health requisitioned for each month However, with the accom- here?
Task Force. It Is his desire with the approval of the gov- plishment of these preliminaries A. Call the Model City office,
that all residents interested erning board. Johnson felt confident and ask for Bob Johnson, he
In the Development of a Com- "We plan to have the best projects that the community will answer your question, or
prehensive Health Programfor and most effective Model City have put together are "meri- place your question and an-
Model City residence,contact program in the nation. In order torious and when Implemented ,swer In the next edition of the
him at the Model City office to make this possible we will yield an effective Model City HUD, Phone 691- Town wooden bungaloos line streets on
6910120. sincerely need your help. Let Model City program." 0120. 26th Avenue.F .


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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969 21

!_ :. .:':; 7 FUNDIN.G GRANT MAKES 4,500 ,,A i


r The funding of the Model 000 MODEL City residents by the PHONE Contractors 2. ._._
City program assures that a end of the next year. Journeymen /* ( 1_
large number of new Jobs will SCHOOL OR OTHER TRAIN- Newspaper Training Dir -.--
be created In the area. Not all Below is a listing the jobs ING Teachers 363-
of these jobs will be available which will be newly createdin Assistant Principal 34-_

Immediately.The various existing agenciesas PRESENTLY EMPLOYED Curriculum Writers 43-
opening of some of the well as In new projects. Counselor 3-
M 's. Carrie Meek was ap- jobs will be almost a year PsychologistNurse

pointed to the MIM' City staffas away, but they will be!Throughthe While none of these slots 21.--
: director of recmtio al efforts of the Concentrated II
NOT EMPLOYEDHere Medical Director
are open yet and may not be -
\ planning for the area. She is, ; Employment Program will list of avail Social Worker .
for some time,this Is your op- are a jobs ,2126
loan from the Miami-Dade
on open up in agencies and other portunity to voice an interestand able;
junior College where she new programs. PROFESSIONAL Openings SUBPROFESSIONAL
be placed on an applicantlist
served as an instructor of About 4,500 new jobs pro- which is kept in the Model Non-profit Corp. President I-

physical education. viding Income to at least 3-, City office Qualified persons Non-profit Corp. Vice President 2_Executive Secretary -

appearing on these applicant Non-Profit Corp. Executive Asst,,.,,2_Secretary 101-
_ ABANDONED? lists will be called in for interviews Attorney 2_Receptionist -.
Public Relations Director 1_Driver-Messenger 1.
and given first pref- >10---
Are there houses and cars bllitated or torn down and the
erence when the job slots do Comptroller 2_Administrative Trainee -
I abandoned where you live? cars| removed. Your local open up.Check. Housing Center Director 1_Accountant Payroll Clerk 32-
City program will try _
Judge 1 Housing Inspector
The houses should be rehato help Call 691-0120. 301.- ..
you. the lines next to the Instructors 5.._.___Information Aides -
jobs which interest you, fill Rehabilitation officer 2_Shop master -
In Our Next Issue out the Information below and Construction Corp. Director 1_Trainee Supervisors1Foreman -
mail or deliver this page: to: Health Planner 50-

Model City white residents Where are they? Mr. Chuck Scott, 6207 NW 27th PsychiatristPsychometrician 2_ Laborers 101-
Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147. 1_ Youth training leaders 14-
Innovations in our schools Assistant Public Defender 4_ Journalist p/t 41_
InvestigatorBail 9_ Assistant Journalist p/t 12-

A Governing Board meeting...A lifetime experience Bond Administrator 1Bookkeeper ---
NAME Comprehensive Community 1 parent Aides p/t 120. ..

The Governor's Service Center Director 1_ Orderly-Janitor -
report-Gov. gives rundownof 11
Dade's Model City program AGE SEX- Emergency Services Director 3_ Switchboard Operator -
Administrative Assistant 2_ Interviewer 5-

ADDRESSin Division CoordinatorI 3_____ Community: Coordinator 2I -

I The Men And Women Elected To Serve I

The Model City Governing Council repres ats the citizens the Model City program. elected last August, 1968 by council members have com- styles of the people who reside -
I Board and Neighborhood : of the tar get area in plan- Fifteen governing board mem- residents who lived in the pleted one year of planningthat In Dade County's Model I
ning and dec is ion- m1kinlt bers and 170 councilmen were area The governing board and will improve the life City area.

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I Elisha Hebpurn Carlton Rsher Mrs.' 'JosefinaHarvin John Hoskins Mrs. Clarice Littles George Hepburn .7o. KennedY"M. Athalie Range I

2nd Vice Chairman Chairman
TRACT Mrs. Frances TaylorMr. TRACT 12
: G. W. KilpatrickNot Mr. Thomas Kehoe Harold McCartneyMr. Mr. Willard Parks

1 K ( pictured) Reverend William Savoy Sanford Ramsey Mrs. Louise Capers
Mrs. Bonnie Lee Johnson
. TRACT 15 Mrs. Annie Chester
Mrs. Shirley Lewis Mr. Leo StewardMr.
Mrs. Inez Wilcox Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis TRACT Levin Woodside
.. ( not pictured) Mrs. Minnie L. Brewton Mrs. Leola Rozier Mrs. Alberta Loey

-- COUNCIL MEMBERS Mrs. Rebecca AdamsMr. Mrs. Lillie Belle King
William Turner
George Williams1st Rev. William Slater TRACT 1 TRACT 4 Mrs. Black Mrs. Mary FlukerMr.
I Mr. Elijah Mills Mary Robert Strapp
Mr. Ransom L. GibsonMr.
Vice Chairman Mrs. Mary Alice Nance Mr. Nathaniel PowellMr.
Otis MoormanMr. TRACT 13
. Mr. Eugene Kemp
>/"i'\ '. Colin WaltonMr. Mrs. Carrie Vickers Mrs. Jaunita ThompsonMr. Mrs. Patricia WashingtonMr.
) Benny L. O'Berry John DoyleMr. Edward FlowersMrs.
Mrs. C. W.-Preston
Mrs. Sheila McCartneyMr. Harold Hines Marvell Bethel
Vendall Moss
Ransom Lee Mr. Mrs. Darthula RobinsonMr. Mrs. Anne B. Bell
,. Mrs. Gwendolyn Howard Reverend Mr. Robert Fred Teems Carter Willie WromasMr. Mr. Glance CarnegayMr.
Mrs. Desola Collins, Tony Ferfuson Nathaniel Cooper
Mrs. Marlene Burrows TRACT Mrs. Jaunita Williams

Mrs. Amanda James TRACT 9 Mr. Silas Graham
Delores Harris
Neal Adams Mrs. Betty Page Mr. Obie Duren Mrs. Rosa Allen Mrs. Fleata Griffin TRACT 14

Mrs. F. M. HolmesMr. Mrs. Virginia MyrickMr. Mrs. Janie Ponder Mr. Arzie RandolphMrs.
James B. Smith I
TRACT 5 APPOINTED AT LARGE James G. Collie Mrs. Eunice W. LibertyMr. Mr. William McBride Geneva Davis

(Not pictured) Father Tyrrel Dear Mr. Leroy'WrightMrs. Rolle Daniel Ealey Mrs. Gennie WatersMr. Mrs. Lillie Hicks
Edna Mae
Mr. H. W. Barnwell, H James Johnson, Jr. Mr. John
Mrs. Jeraldine Allen (Not pictured)
Mr. Edward JohnsonMr. Mrs. Gloria JacksonMr. Mrs. Mary Hurdly ..
-- George Wright Chester CoachmanMrs. Mrs. Jaunita Green
Helen Boone Mr. Arthur Demps
Mrs. Mary Hill Miss Johnnie Mae RobinsonMrs.
TRACT 6 Adeline Coleman
Mr. Daniel Francis TRACT 10 Mrs. Burdene WashingtonMrs.
PlI.... Mrs. Virginia Jones Mrs. Alberta Hanna Lucindy Adkins
N.N.71.1 NT. Mrs. Irene White Mrs. Lonnie Mae Trotman Mr. Emory Curry
3 4 Mrs. Geneaver Butts Mrs. Rosa Banks Mrs. Monica AdderlyMr.

Mrs., Imogene Williams Mr. Earnest Burnes Ivan McCaskill ..
56! 1I Mr. Richard Perry Mrs. Rose Green Mrs. Dorothy i Tucker'

....ifili IT.II r Mrs. Lillie Mae arton Mr. Will 0. Cox
Mrs. Milller Moore Mrs. Sarah Johnson TRACT 15
N w Mr. Willie Scott Mrs. Lula Mae KnightMr. Dr. William Chapman, Jr.
i Mrs. Elizabeth Dukes Edward Nealy, Jr. Mrs. Thelma Mumford
0 Ii Ii. .., IF Mrs.. Vivian Irby Mr. Alfred Rolle Mrs. Minnie Walker
; ,. 10 .....*.IT.9 Mrs. Otha Eaford Mr. Hester Bland Mr.John Baker
N Mrs. Homilee Hunter Mr. Charles Hadley Mrs. Dianne Smith
1 Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor
....INU IT.our. ._N
TRACT 7 TRACT 11 Mrs. Betty LawhornMr.
Mrs. Malvenlne Martin Leo Carter
Mrs. Malzie E. Elliott Mrs. Christine DennisonMr. Mrs. Mary Roker
Mrs. Placiel Hall William Sutton Mrs. Letha Lee
Mrs.'Battle J. Phillips Mrs. Alice Evans Mr. Edward Harris
Dr. E. A. Ward Mrs. Barbara Bethel Some Councilmen have moved
Mrs. Carrie Lee Mrs. Irish WilliamsMr. from the area since the list

Mrs. Pearline Collins Robert Strapp was compiled.

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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969

II. I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I II memory WETHERSPOON MRS. of WILLIE, dear and sister loving mother memory, grandmother of our, held Graveside at Paradise'Memorial services were

1480 NW 6th Place. ': park Thursday for George
Shower of 1505 NW 6th Ave.,
On November 23, 1960, God
CARD OF THANKSThe THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn who died at Jackson Hospital
CARD called you home.We miss your
I Nov. 6.Final.
sad but loving memory of sweet voice for we loved you
of the late Shawee
family family of the late, rites for Mrs
our dear mother, dearly and always will. inSanBer-
McGhee were
gratefully acknowledge your nadino, Calif. Survivors include -
(, J :: kind expression of sympathy. Altermease Lovingly Mark,son;Amelia John-

i i Especially do we thank those Frankie Mae son, mother; two sisters Vera

who sent florals, telegrams, CharlotteW1lliam Brown and Irene Lewis; two

I cards, food and other kindnesses C. brothers Dixon and Harold.

recent breave-
/ during our
;,- l\ J ment. Amos Glenn James Akins of 329 NW 22nd
..'.,''/,.... .\"I).' '. Special thanks also to Rev. and other membersof St., ##218 died Nov. 13atJackson -
""" r .
'..'ir. ..' P.W. Williams, Rev WE your family Rre"a'aj H o s p i t a 1. Survivors include -

./.I'. tiFNATHANIEL Sims, New Hope Baptist wife Lucy; three sons;
i .I. Church, the Pallbearers, Fla. YfC '' n1 / one daughter, three sisters,

t Eastcoast and Seaboard Asso- ..... two brothers. Remains will be
',.tfil' -- -
t.. ,j ciation, Mrs. Oral Lee Brown, CARD OF THANKSThe MRS.. JANNIE L. JACKSONwho shipped t o Statesboro, Ga.
Betty Hain and Mary Asberryand 24 Friday at 9 a.m.
passed Nov. ,
Manker Funeral Home. family of the late Calvin Adderley of 2915 NW
2360 NW 63rd St. Apt. C, 1966, and our loved one
WRIGHT 16 atJackson
49th St., died Nov. -
who departed this life Novem- The familyCARD RACHEL RUSSELL wishes to express their ap- MRS. ELIZA JANE RAHMINGwho Hospital. Among his sur-
ber 10 wish to
preciation to their
many include Rovenia wife
:t thanks to the 'many friends, who departed this life Nov. 14, friends for the kind passed away Nov. 30, vivors ;
expressions and
OF THANKSThe many two brothers Keter Ber-
clubs 1960.
neighbors and different 1967.
of concern duringthe Willie M.
for the cards, telegrams, flo- There is a home that lies beyond Sleep on dear hearts, we trum; one daughter
illness and his
of the late sister Elizabeth
family Finklin one
love both but God loves ;
ral pieces and sympathlc you ,
to the Pastor and mem- Har-
deeds expressed during the And pass its golden door bers of Greater New Bethel you best. Mitchell; four grandsons and
illness and death of the their Awaits our mother who is now old, Theolaples, Therdore
Baptist Church of Opa-locka: aunts Arlesa Wi-
Gleses two
rich Bernice Carter Josie ;
beloved God's J.
one. May away, also thanks to ,
est blessings shine on each of Not lost Just gone before Temple. Bell Trody, Ernest Rahm- ley and Maron Marky.Service
you. And in that home that lies beyond ings, daughter will be held Saturday at St.
I Wright Constance JacksonGrandchUc:1ren Mary's W. M. Church, 4 p.m.

Mrs. Marietta Jones, mo- i The Master will prepare : and great- Graveside services were
ther A place for us and when he grandchildren and family held Monday at Paradise Me-
CARD OF THANKS morial Park for Jim Ghee of
Mr. Jerome Jones, brother : 1' 'rJrt.: calls ,
and children 't, 'tIfI I1t\' ,). We'll meet our mother there. The family of the late 22180 SW 122nd Ave., Goulds.

I .'_ ELLEN KEMP CARD OF THANKSWe Survivors a devoted friend
.1 Edith Nixon of Brandenton,
'.. Mrs. Aurelia Major wishes to express their sin
loving memory of our deal ,\. \\p'f' Mrs. Jennie Harris, cere gratitude to friends, the family of the late Fla.

mother grandmother and daughtersIN neighbors and all who were so DONALD BERNARD EVANS, BAIN'S
great-grandmother. WILLIAM ROBINSONwho considerate be would like to express our sin-
during our
.... ._ .. .. departed this life Novem- cere appreciation and thanksto John Moore a pioneer resi-
"..'..v.:.. f ber 2, 1969, wish to express MEMORIAMIn all who helped to lighten our dent of 420 SW 6th Ave., in
Homestead died Nov. 11 atDoctor's
with grateful appreciation to Sr and grief during our recent be-
Ernest S. .
our beloved Services
memory Hospital.
()1 our many friends and neigh- reavement.
mother, grandmother and son were held Monday at St. Mat-
bors for acts of Your visits
.4 your many prayers, ,
; ." .f sister thews Holiness Church in Fla.
; ', kindness shown too us duringour florals, donations, and other
(J\ (; .,. .' CARD OF THANKSThe City. Surviv ors include his
'. hour of bereavement. acts of kindnesssubstainedusgreatly
I .1. "1'li'. ,... Thanks for the cards, letters, family of the late in our sorrow and will wife Doasher Moore; three
: ., food and floral with sons John, Glenn and Robert; ,
.. : : ': telegrams, linger us always. A very
.., K. <
three daughters Carrie Bell
{(1 f # pieces. special thanks to Rev. Samuel
'' ;I" \fjr Special thanks to the Rev. Atchison and members of Mt. Stevens, Camilla Synagogue
: \ Alberts and the House of and Bobbie Moore; three sis-
L.C. Calvary Baptist ,Church Mi-
"2" Albert Funeral Home. ami, and the staff of The Houseof ters, two brothers.

.fIJ, May God bless each and Albert Funeral Home.
of James Rouse of 3698 Wash-
everyone you. Many thanks.
MRS. LULA GOLDENwho ington Ave., died Nov 15.Ser

) departed this life Novem- Mrs. Mae Ella Robinson, M.. 3 The Bereaved familyIN vices are incomplete. Survi-

ber 25, 1967.A space was left wife and familyIN i vors Include one son, five
in our lives that will never be rrY ? brothers and four sisters.

filled. Aloving smiling face we MEMORIAMIn

hear Is stilled. Though on departed this life Nov. 19, memory of my dear hus-

earth you are no more,you will memory ofMR. 1966. band, the late HOME

never be forgotten.The Sleep on mother and take MR. WILLIE COHEN

+ GoldensSmilhsDownsand your rest who departed this life Nov.21, LEROY JOHNSON of 1040

Davis families We loved you,but Jesus lov- CLARENCE BETHEL 1965. Gone, but not forgotten.May NW 62nd St. died at S.M.H.,
ed you best. wish to express sincere thanks his soul rest in peace. Nov. 1. He was survived by his ,

and appreciation to our many mother Mrs.Frnacis Johnson,

CARD OF THANKSThe Xurline Bloodworth, Eunice friends for their cards, tele- Katie Cohen, wife three sister, one brother anda

{ YN Perpall, Essie Mae Bryant, grams, floral arrangements, Fary Bell Payne & Mary host of other relatives and
family of the late daughters and other acts of kindness ex- Knight, daughters friends, services was in Avon

Frank Griggin and Arthur tended to us during our be- Willie Cohen, Jr. son Park, Fla.BABY .

Truitt, sons reavement. Seven grands, ten great-

Millie Jean Dean, sister Speical thanks to Canon grands, two brothers, one GIRL RHANNY diedon

h F and family Theodore R. Gibson, Masonic sister Friday November 13th at
iE lodge 252 and Bain's Funeral Jackson Memorial Hospital.

,,{ hr CARD OF THANKSThe Home. IN MEMORIAM She is survived by he mother
Miss Annie L. Rhanny..grand
Mrs. Clarence Bethel and In loving memory of. parents and a host of other re-
.rr family of the late familyIN
latives. Graveside serviceswas
1 ,c
ti SHADDIE WARD, Tuesday at 11 a.m.

who departed this life Nov 17,

1962.Grant him 0 Lord, eternal Rutland St., Opa-lockadied on

rest. memory of our beloved, Saturday at Jackson Memorial

Emma Lou Ward, wife mother, Hospital, Nov. 15, he survivedby

and Family ._.".._....___ 1 his wife Mrs. Lula Nelson,
two sisters, two brothers,one
niece, one'nephew and a host
WILLAIM ALFRED CARD OF THANKSThe of other relatives. Serviceswill

L CAMPBELL be Saturday at 1 p.m. at

wishes to express their sin- family of the late -L.-- .- the New Bethel Baptist

cere gratitude to all of you who MR. NORMAN C. ROBINSONwho WILLIE SAUNDERS R. Church of Opa-locka.
kind to them in the loss departed this life October N
were so who departed this life Nov.
: of their loved one. 26, 1969 wish to express with 24, 1961.A IN MEMORIAM

You can't Imagine how the grateful appreciation to our .". loving smile we loved to

acts of sympathy and acts of many friends and acts neighborsfor of kindness j see and a voice we loved is In loving memory of our beloved ,-'

kindnesses helped to relieveour your and many still, a place is vacant In our wife, mother, grandmother -
thoughtful expressionof
bleeding hearts. for the flowers MRS. ANNIE LEE JACKSONwho home, which never can be and sister, ,
Special thanks to the Staff sympathy departed this life Nov.5 .\ filled
and cards. .
J of Range Funeral Home, Special thanks to the staff 1969. Wish to thank the many ."... -Wt:'.{ ; PICMRS.. ELSIE ROUNDTREEwho

Father Lambert Sands, Be- of the Range Funeral Home, friends and neighbors for all ,t' 11'--; Mrs. Mary Saunders, wife departed ths life Novem-
L thune Elementary School, acts of kindness shown during; tJ1tjl.. .' ; Mrs. Marion Saunders, mo- ber, 19, 1968.A .
Brownsville Jr. Miami Rev T.C. Kelly, Rev W.E. I iF..". .: 1. r\;.",... _. ther
-- --'-
bereavement.I --
Clark and Mrs. S. Johnson, our hour of precious one from us has
i Northwestern Girl Scout Mrs. Carolyn Lewis '
thoughtfulness and efficient Words can never expressour gone,
Troop 409 and so many others your service will always be re- gratitude. May God bless MARY JANE STUBBSwho Mrs. Vedell Wright, A voice we loved is missed,

to numerous too mention. membered.May you all. departed Nov. 18, 1968. daughters A vacancy in our hearts and

t May God bless each of you. God bless each of you. You are sadly missed, but Eleven grandchildren,three home, '">

\ Mr. Mercy Johnson, husband not forgotten. great grands, six brothers, That never can be filled

Mrs. Myrtle Campbell and The family .. and.family -'-,; ,",.i't* ., ::o..' two sisters and a host of sorrowing "
daughters The family relatives and friends. The Family

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GAINESVILLE FLA. NEWS RANGE DEATH NOTICE Bahamian-American Federation Inc. Second Annual Banquet I IThe

Mt Olive P. B. Church will EUSTACE. EDGECOMBE of Bahamian American son and Johnson Shoe Store,

observe Dual Day, Nov. 23 6511 NW 12th Ave, died Nov. i L-\-', Federation Inc. will present 6858 NW 17th Ave., 5930 NW

Morning speaker will be Mrs 9. Survivors Includeadaughter its second annual banquet 17th Ave.; Eldora's Sundry,

Wilma !1ami11Y!I )n. At 3 p.m Hortense;' five sons, Sunday at 6 p.m. at the Du- !'< i)1 i-.

acting: pastor, Mrs Gladys Chauncy, Williams, Richard, pont Plaza Hotel (Assemblyroom ", .
Veal will be the Theodore \
speaker. and Eustace, Jr.; ). "

Hiclnry Hill P, B. Church, four grandchildren and a sister This year the Honorable ';

Tallahassee will be in charge Hilda. Services were held Arthur D. Hanna,deputy prime

of the services. The speaker! Monday from St. Agnes Epis- minister of the Bahama Islands I '

will be Com-nfssioner Neal copal Church. and minister of home affairs
6 \
Butler. MRS. BESSIE GRIFFIN of F will be the guest speaker. 8 "
Mrs. F. D. Shannon is 'I t''" \ )
reporter 1310 NW 51st Ter., died Sunday Mr. Hanna a graduate of 1 '

at Cedars of Lebanon Bristol University, Bristol 3 ,:

Hospital. She La England; Inner Temple Lon
'' oJ. .. was a teacherat
Orchard Villa Elementary don, is said to be one of the

School. She is survived by her greatest speakers of our time.
FUN R lN.OTICE The affair is marked
husband Harris: a son Cur- -.--- to be
tiss Lamar; her mother Rendy the highlight of the season.

I Edwards and father Wes Williams ISIAH WILLCOX died on Tickets may be obtained at 5900 NW 17th Ave.; Economy

; a sister Ida Brinson and November 16, at 2 a.m. in the" _following. locations: John- Drug Store, 5720 NW 17th

two brothers James Wesleyand Dayton, Ohio. He left to mourn < ''1 Ave., 1101 NW 3rd Ave.; Elks I
two daughters Deborah Dianne \
FULLER, MR. HORACE-Fvnerel Arthur Williams Services P''t,' 'i\ home, 4949 NW 7th Ave or any
Services for Mr. Fuller, will bi held' will be held Friday 1 at Wilcox and Phyllis Adrion ;,, The woman of God, Mother member of the
p.m. organization.
it 2:30: p. m., on Saturday November Wilcox five brothers Gene F' Edna Fields, will be available
15. iw', il Emanuel' Bsptiit' Church Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. ; I > \,
with the Rev, R. C. Phillip conducting JIMMIE Emory, Elmer, Robert and g i'( Nov. 24th at St. Anthony's Is Your Luck Crossed Up?
the services. Burial will be In Pine 180 j )
Willie two sisters Johnnie 1 '1 Prayer Band every Tuesdayall Can't Hold Money?An You
Grove Cemetery under Itit direction! NW 49th St. died at ; (
of Hughes l Chestnut Funeral, Home. Monday Mae and Roberta and day. Prayers begin at 12 Sick ? Can't Get WorkCan.t ?,
Mr. Fuller, died November d. m*, Hialeah Hospital. He is sur-
at (he V. A. hospital, In Los Angeles vived his relatives and friends. The noon. Bring the sick for Hold a Job? Can'tHold
California'" from the by wife Mildred 17
result of ;
ex- Friends ?
'tended Illneil. The family and friends children nine grandchildren body will lie in repose at the F't prayer: changes things. Come Family
art ask to meet at the home of ; Range Funeral Home on Fri and bring a friends to: 1405 Problems? Can't Overcome
a sister Roberta
Mrs Johnnie Lee Lyons M7 NK Hit Lawson anda
Terrace at 1:4S p. m. to form the brother Dudley Evans. Services day the 21st,FuneralServlces NW 1st Court, Phone: 373- Enemies?
will be held 1 will be held at 1 p.m. at Mt. t 4062. Come see this gifted woman
CRAWFORD, MR. AMOS Funeral' Saturday, Zion Baptist Church 9th St. of God with all your probUmi. -
service for Mr. Crawford age 37, p.m. at St. James Baptist .' Prayer change
will be held at 1:00: p. m, on Saturday Church. and 3rd Ave. Rev. Graham SMALL'S LOUNGE thing Cod
November U W. at St. Paulo BaptIP can anything
Church of Archer, Fla, with me ft.v. Deacon Willie Morgan of pastor. t ttJll 701 NW 2nd Avenue but fait. No appointment necessary.
G. A. Clark conducting the services. .
Burial, wilt be in St. Peters Cemetery 2919 NW 43rd Ter., died Nov. ,3
Arctier Fla, under the direction of 12 at Cedars o f Lebanon Hos- R i r + i Under NEW Management. Blesslng& Healing Service
Duncan Brothers Funeral
Home. pital. He Is survived by his Come in and Every Sunday 4-6 p.m.
TOLIIftT, I U LA, PIAfU-Funerel' Fridays 7 p.m.9 p.m.
terylcii for Mill Tolbert age Mr wife Emma; and three sisters PALL BEARERS42nd STAR GAZEREVANGELIST help celebrate, and

will November be held It at 1:00 trot: ,p.it m.,the on Sunday Church Ellen Lee, Luella Bailey and say a big hello to: MOTHER Phone L. SMITH

"f God In Christ of High Springs Lucille Hood. Services will beheld ANNIVERSARYThe : 691-2976
Fit., with Elder Hugh Andersen con MARY CAESAR Polly & Johnny 2311 NW 82nd Street
ducting the services. Burial will be Thursday, 3 p.m. at An-
In Newnanivlllt Cemetery of Atachua tioch Baptist Church. 42nd Anniversary of the Brother and Sitters throughout Reva & Myrtice Miami, Fla.
Fta, under tttt direction of Duncan (Open for engagement)
Brothers Funeral Home. The pretend JIM SMITH of 1137 NW 55th Grand United Order of PallBearers all walks of life, let me
will form at the home of give you luck now you never
St. died Nov. 18 at Jackson will be celebrated
tier parents Mr A Mrs. James Tolbertof / on dreamed of. For what
Atacnui, Fla Hospital. He is survived by his Sunday, November 23, 3 p.m. need, I got It. Get yours.you

Mill SANDRA MKNDIRSON-Funeral wife Vernice;two sisters Carrie at $t. Paul AME Church, 1892 See me now. Through the
services for Miss Henderson ageII ATTENTION!
will be field at 200: pm. on Lockhart and Louise NW 51st Street. given spirit of Jesus Christ ,

Cemetery Sunday Nov.Graveside It.' W Services, at .St.with Joseph Rev. Jones. Arrangements are incomplete The parade will leave NW 57 I.t me walk right Into your
Rutledgt conducting the services Burial' life today, for I will gate
St. and 17th Avenue at 2
will be In St. Joseph Cemetery under p.m. gaze right In the stars for If You're From
the direction of Hughes t Chestnut ROBERT FAIR of 536 1/2 All members are asked to be
Family and friends are asked to meet you and see what you need
NW 6th St. died Nov 11. He on time properly regaled.Rev. .
at the Home of Mr. Henderson In most to your success, happiness
cortege Archer .at....1:15, P.M. to form the is survived by his brother Jack F.L. Smith is president of the love and good for Georgiaor

Clayton of Apoka, Fla. Arrangements Local Board.r'bEACorl. tune. Also my healing water
JINKIMS MRS. FilSIE Funeralservices
and grain of faith for who
for Mrs. Jenkins age 70, are incomplete. you
mother" of Rev Willie Hutfman, will may be in III health. See me
be hed at 1 ,.m. on Sunday November WILLIE C. WHIGHA of now for God has provided me West Florida
It m, at .St. Luke Baptist Churcrof 1224 NW 60th St., died Nov. I with.all the powers to solve
Paradise with the Rev. 0. W.HI.I. J. L. TAPPED, the problems in life.
12. He is survived his wife your
conducting the strvlcea Burialwill by
1509 NW 65th St. departed this Get
be In Sand Hill Cemetery under my lucky pocket piece.
the direction .tl Duncan Brothers Johnnie; his mother Essie M.;' life November 11, 1969 at One of the luckiest things
Funeral' Home. Mrs. Jenkins wan t a stepdaughter JoAnn Jacksonand you ever had In your pocketor
member of Pall Bearer lodge No. Mercy Hospital. He is sur- Get while You entitledto '
tt and the Christian Industrial' Union., two grandchildren, a brother vived by his wife Eugenia:two they. purse.last. Everything yours ore
Procession wHI. form at her home you
40it NW etn ... at 2:15: PM. Quincy Whigham and two brothers-in-law law; three sis need 01 you sit to my Altar
sisters Lula M. Whigham and ters-in-law and a host of of Prayer may be provided
JONES MITCHELL-FunerlltrV't"' lor
Mr. -Mitchell Jones age M, retired Veola Johnson. Services were nieces and friends. for you. Donations accepted. Special Death
will be held, el 2:00: pm, on Sunder held 3 at : 5340983. Open
Nov. 16, Met at St. Peter Baptist Wednesday, p.m. St. Funeral services will be held Mon. thru Fri. 5i30 p.m. to

fire Church services.wltr Rev Burial Caddy will be conducting In St. Matthews Freewill Baptist at 2:30 at Mt. Sinai Baptist 10:30 p.m. Sot. & Sun. 1:30

Paul Cemetery\ under the directionof Church, Rev. A. Randall, of Church. Thanks also to Range p.m. to 10130 p.m Location: Benefits
Home. Mr. Jones,
Hawthorne Funeral 1250 NW 25th t.'Reor.
who lived at Grovt Perk died Nov. ficiating. Funeral Home.
U, 1969 at home after a "tone Illness./ MRS. MAE/ BYRD ROUSE of
Surviving members of the family area .. .
wife Mrs. Ztnnlt Jones 1 titter, 2415 NW 162nd Ter.,died Nov.13 .- I- ---

II i brother nieces .4 1 nephews uncle, 1 and aunt oerrowlno a host at her home. She Is survived HELP WANTED For further information

friend Friends will be receive at by her husband Cecil
Hawthorne Funeral Home from 12 p.m. ; OPENINGS
Saturday until It p.m. on Sunday.TOLBIRT her parents Mr.and Mrs.John

IULA, PEARL-Funeral' Times; four brothers James, DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
services for Mitt ToI t", ate M,
Robert Arthur and Allen
will be held at 1:00 p. m., on Sunday, YEAR ROUND EMPLOYMENT WITH NATIONWIDE
November 16. IWt, at the Church Times; seven sisters JohnnieM. Call 691-7661
of God In Chrlit of High Springs, FIRM. GOOD HOURLY WAGE
Fla., with Elder Hugh Anderson conducting Bailey, Betty Times, Alberta

In Newnanivlllt the services Cemetery Burial of Altchua will be Hardage, Annie R. Min- PLUS OVERTIME. OUTSTANDING

Fie Broihrrt,, under Funeral the 'direction Home.of The Duncan procession ter, Edith Kelly, Ethelyn Wil- FRINGE BENEFITS, TREMENDOUS OP-

will form at the home of liams and Irene Stubbs. Services PORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT TO
her parents Mr. A Mrs. James niberl were held Wednesdayat
of Alachua: Fla.. First Baptist Church of OTHER POSITIONS AND TRANSFER T 0



Celeste Sabrina Chat- 1530 NW 51st St., died Sunday, TRAIN. SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE.

man of 16221 NW 18th Ave. at Osteopathic General Hospital LACK OF FORMAL EDUCATION ND BAR-

Opa-locka died Nov. 10 at I. He is survived by his
parents Mr. and Mrs.Ben Mc-
Jackson Hospital. Survivors BUT NOT REQUIRED. APPLY IN FERSON.
Knight. Burial was held in
Include mother Mary Florence F

; two sisters Joris and Lincoln Memorial park.

Del 0 res. Chapel services MRS PAIRLEE THORN Truly Nolen Exterminating

were held TON of 2031 NW 83rd Ter.,
600 N.W. 7th Ave.
died Saturday at Jackson Hos

pital. She is survived by Her

husband John; two daughters

SEWING MACHINE Davis Frankie of M.Daytona Johnson Beach and;Laura three [ Young's Funeral

sons Fred Walker, Sr. of

Trenton, N. J. Lonnie_ and Rile
both of NYC 16 ,
Cheever ;
Clean/ grandchildren, three brothers Home funeral service you will always rememL :r,
& Oil
Ralph, Rufus and Walter Tarv- because of a loved one you can never forget,
Adjust Tensions
Check Wiring Sl ere Services were held Tues 1732 Ali Baba Ave so you may rest assured when you call the

day at Mt. Carmel Baptist House of Albert If the
Adjust Belt/ OPA-LOCKA spirit Is right, it is

** Oeliiit Machine Church.MRS. MARY LOU HAMIL- the first step up towards, heaven.

InspectdLebricat.Motot TON of 1750 NW 69th St.,died PHONES: 681-2451 185-1193 House of AlbertWhere

Nov. 12 at her home. She Is

Phone: 534.9904 survived by her husband Sam; "A sympathetic & dignified service" service begins'and never ends

three daughters Susie Henson Serving All ?aJe County

Or 864.4309 Mary McNeil and Elease Ham 24 Hours 100% Air ConditionedAlso THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

ilton; three sons Ervin,Willie listed in the Miami City Directory LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

RELIABLE SEN-VAC 'and Sam Jr. Services were' 685-3533 233-2810
held Monday at Mt. Sinai Baptist 691.7661


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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21 1969

.\\ 4 Rev. 0, L.Sample, pastor BETHLEHEM
Bernice Ponds, reporter
,, Smith pastor
I Rev C.H. ,
Thursday at 8 p.m.the Gospel -
Chorus will render a Mary Hopkins, reporterThe

musical program Rev.Rah mIng -
Choral Group of Miami
a 4IFA president.
9 rw 4i Sunday at 3 p m. the pastor will celebrate their anniversary -
and choir will appear at the here at Bethlehem begin-
t >dE Choral Group's Anniversary ning Friday November 21st at

program at Greater New Bethlehem 8:00: p.m. through Sunday Nov.

.. Rev. C. H. Smith,pas- 23rd at 3:00: p.m. Everyone is
tor.on musical The entire church has been
Sunday night a
8ftIou 3n (Eljurtlj!1 un atWomen's program will be held at the invited to attend the Fair in the

wY zaak church, featuring the Little shopping center at Northwest27th
Shadows and other singers of Ave. and 62nd St.from 10
the city. a.m. until 3p.m. Saturday,
Day At St. James Thursday morning, Nov. 27 November 22 sponsored the

Day At First Baptist Rev. Sample will bring the Dade County Association for
Thanksgiving Day message at Retarded Children
New Providence,Rev.Burney, The Pastor urges each of
Church Of Opa-locka pastor. you to get your health checkup -
including early warning
Plans are being made for Both of these women are cancer test.
the best Women's Day ever at compelling anddynamatic CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon -Our pastor is to preach the
,ea First Baptist on the fourth speakers. We are hoping to see alternate sermon Sunday
t Sunday in this month, Novem- you at First Baptist where you T. R. Gibson, rector afternoon at 2:00: p.m. at the
ber 23rd. The Chairman, Sis. are always welcome. Antoinette Silva, reporter Ministers and Deacons Union,
Ezera Whittaker and the Co- Canon Gibson travelled to November 27-30 at the Day

chairman, Sis. Betty Garlandare TRUE CHURCH OF GOD Buffalo, New York last week Spring Baptist Church. Rev.
leaving no stones unturnedIn and was accompanied by Mrs. Slater, pastor.
) A preparation. The speakerfor ELDER ROBERTS PASTOR Gibson. Fr. Sands of St Agnes
the morning services will Episcopal Church was the
be Mrs. Lenette Penningtonand There will be preaching visiting priest for our services ALLEN CHAPEL AME
the speaker for the even- service this Sunday after noon .
ing services will be Mrs. Bar- at 3:00 p.m., The Rev. H.W. Get well wishes are extended Rev. Frederick Wright,

___"'_" __'n.. bara Chappelle. Wright pastor of the Mount to Mrs. Juanita Stirrup, pastorLauresteen
ALBERTHA SPARKS DELORES MILLER Calvery Baptist ofTrumanCity Mrs. Elizabeth Bullard and Jones,reporterThe
ChairmanThe DRAKE and his congration will be Mr. John Sweeting. pastor wishes to thank
in charge. all who on November 10th rallied -
21st annual Women's Bishop D. N. Collins highly Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. so unceasingly in giving
Day will be observed Sundayat praised St. James for their T. Green, reporterThe him such a wonderful appreciation -
St. James. Mrs. Albertha hospitality and the lovely way Pastor's Aid met at Sis. Women's Day Ebenezer U.M. ChurchMRS. .

Sparks, chairman and Mrs. in which the annual conferencewas Fairley in Richmond Heightson The Almighty saw fit to assign -
Delores Miller, cochairmanare conducted. Our pastor, Sunday for a dinner meet- I our pastor to work withus
asking full cooperation and Rev. Gay wishes to thank ing. They will meet on Decem- another year.
support from all members and everyone who helped to makeit ber 21 with Sis. Bradley and O All members and officersare
friends to make this the great- so. have their annual Christmas 1 called In a church confi-
est women's day ever. party. yg k ..aiK dence meeting on Nov. 25th at
Brother Edwards has been 8:00 p.m. Business of Im-
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP ery ill. Sister McNeil is in portance.A .

ST. MARY'S Jackson Hospital. very fine presiding elder,
v t Rev. P.S. Brown, pastor The Missionary Society is .. in the person of Rev.A.A.Wil-
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor M.L. Nixon, reporterThe asking all members and liams, has been appointed tc
Adele McCray, reporter friends to bring to the church '- our district.
,- Sunday will be testimonial Senior Ushers' are thank- the food to make baskets for
services during the 11 a.m. ful to Rev. Atchinson from Mt,.our thanksgiving gifts to the
t worship. Calvary, his choir and congre- needy. Please bring the foodon MT. SINAI I BAPTIST
Please don't forget your do- gation for making their anni- Sunday. b 1i

nations for the Thanksgiving versary most memorable occasion Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB.

baskets for the poor,sponsored both spiritually and financially NEW PROVIDENCE ,' Boney, reporter
by the Missionary. Please I MAYBELL ANDERSON MRS. SYLVIA POITIER Baptismal services will be
have all donations at the Sunday, November 23 at 3:15 Rev. C. J. Buney, pastor ', Morning Speaker ., Evening Speaker held Sunday morning preced-
church by Saturday, Nov. 22. Rev. I.H. Read 0 n will be the Arsula Edwards, reporter ing regular worship services.
Dinners are sold every Sat- speaker for the Willing Workers Sunday morning the ordi- The Pulpit Aid club 1 will
urday at the church for deliv- anniversary. You are cordially nance of Baptism will be ob- r meet at the home of Sister
ery call 758-1601 after 12 invited to attend.December served. All candidates are Celeste Perkins Sunday at 3:30:
noon. 14 is the date for asked to be present at 10a.m. p.m., 1510 NW 65th St. Sis.
Our sympathy toes to Sis. the Senior Choir's anniversary and bring a change! of garment. E. Tappen is president.
Rowena Adderly and family in A unique program of good gos- The Male Chorus and the The Thanksgiving committee -
the death of her husband Cal- pel singing is being preparedfor No. 2 Choir will begin cele- makes its final appeal for
vin Adderly who passed Sunday your enjoyment. brating their anniversary names and addresses of all
Nov. 16. To the family of the Sunday school, BTU and Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m. P families that need some as- -
late Sister Nema Tynes and Prayer meeting are being held and will climax Sunday after- sistance. '
family of the late Bro. Clar- at the same places and times. noon with Rev. Paul Freemanand Funeral services for the
ence Flnlayson. The leaders are asking you to choir In charge at 3:00. late Deacon T. L.Tappen were
attend regularly. Everyone is invited. held today at 2 p.m.


Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor Men's Day At Walker's TempleThe NEW MACEDONIA

Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
No. 2 Choir wish to men will observe their Deacon AbramHaray is Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor
thank the Rev. J. E. Jenkinsand 2nd annual Men's Day Sunday, chairman; Deacon CarlColey, MRS, BERTHA MARTIN MRS. MINNIE BARR, Willie J. Beard, reporterThe
congregation and friendsfor Nov. 23 beginning with Sun- co-chair man and reporter; ChairmanThe CochairmanMRS. members of the Pas-
School at 10 Bro. Sally secre- tor's Aid Club would like to
helping to make their anniversary day a.m; morn- Timothy ,
a success. Deacon Ing worship at 11:30 a.m.with tary; Brother Corns Phillips, women climaxed their thank everyone who helped to
Pollack is president. Elder A. C. Nance, our guest treasurer and Elder Elijah annual Women's Day by rais- make their anniversary a suc
The No. 1 Ushers' Board speaker; afternoon worship at Edwards is pastor.TRANSFIGURATION. ing $8,780.90. Mrs. Louise cess. Sis. Tommie Jones, is
Invites you as their guest tot 3 p.m. with Deacon Jordon of Holmes was crowned "Mrs. president.The .
tea Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Church of God in Christ, Ebenezer" for the year. Mrs. members of Ushers'No.
the home of Bro.and Sis. Mary Opa-locka as guest speaker. Holmes raised $194.46 with 2 will begin observingtheir
Dezern, 1136 NW 4 6th St.Bro. Come out and witness a Mrs. Ella Jean Smith, second .4 anniversary Friday at
Bannister Is president. great day with these two won- Fr. S. Clarke, Jr., vicar with $145 and Mrs. Minnie M. sJ 8 p.m. and conclude Sunday at

! If you have any canned goods derful speakers. St. Veronica's Chapter of Barr $142; Mrs. J. L. Dixon 3 p.m.
you are asked to bring themto the Episcopal Churchwomenare $142. On Sunday afternoon Rev.
church this Sunday or Wed- sponsoring their annual The chairman, Mrs. BerthaT. J. E. Jenkins and congrega-
nesday night before Thanks- ZION HOPE Advent Autumn Leaves Tea on Martin and cochairmanMrs. tion of Friendship will be In
giving, so they can be divided Evelyn Gibson and Mrs. charge.
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Sunday, Nov. 30, at 4:30 p.m.
(bmong the needy families. Bessie, Williams, reporter at the church, 15260 NW 19th Minnie Barr along with all the
committee wish to take CORINTH
On Saturday night, the Cal- Ave., Opa-lockaThe evening
will be with a this opportunity to express,
very Travelers will begin the highlighted pro-
ST. MARK celebration of their anniversary gram of musical talent. their gratitude to the mem- Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor
bers and friends for a suc- Geneva Paschal, reporter
Rev; C.W. Wade, pastor at the church.Sunday night Some are: Violinist, Mrs. cessful day.Special On Friday,Nov 21 Rev Sam
Doris Spurllng, reporterWe they will close their annivers- Arleen Green; pianist, Cas- thanks to our morn- EVELYN GIBSON, Davis and congregation of St.
at the International Ma-
would like to thank every ary sonic Hall on the corner of sandria Hanna; soloist, Mrs. Ing speaker, Mrs. Maybelle Co-chairman Mark M. B. Church wlllbe the
one who took, a part in our Jr's Valdez Murray; organist, Ar- Anderson of New Providence guest host in behalf of the pas-
55th Ter. and 7th Ave. You
choir anniversary last Sunday. thur Evans and Charles Jones. "M. B. Church and our evening tor's anniversary.
are invited. Brother Martin, Sunday, November 23, Im-
The ,directors are asking all Mrs. Maria Jerkins will speaker Mrs. Sylvia Poitier of mediately following morn- Rev. Sanders and congregation -
parents of our Junior chlor to manager.On Sunday at 3p.m.thepastor serve as the mistress of cere- St. Paul U. M.Church of Deer- ing service the participantsfor of Sweet Field Baptist
please bring them on Friday monies for the evening. The field Beach. Both of these wo: Men and Church will be the guest hoston
is asking the church to accompany Women's Day
night Nov. 21st to the church on him to'New Provi- public is invited. men are devout Christian women along with the members of, Wednesday night, Nov. 26,
NW 30th Ave. and 60th Street, and had so much to tell all members are asked to
dence, Rev. C.J.Burney,pas Mrs. Julia S. Clarke, pro- Ebenezer will be given an appreciation .-
for a musical program. Let us us about the need for dedicat. come out and give them your
tor, to close out ,the,.choir's chairman and Mrs.Ruth dinner hosted by the
continue to pray for the sick and gram ed Christian women In a time full support, the public is Invited -
shut-ins. anniversary. Wright, chapter&: chairman. of choice and change. Hospitality Committee .

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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969 25Men's

Women's Day At Memorial TempleMRS. "LILY WHITE NEWS"The Day At TEMPLE BAPTIST r----w.r-rr.r

Starlite Tea held by the Members of the Order of [Carver

Jr's of 129 on Nov. 6 was a Mt. Olive Brothers and Sisters of Love

N great success. There was and Charity will be guests at
hardly standing room.Crowned Rev. K, E.Rogers,pastor Temple during the 11 a.m. {Ranches

.a as King was Jerry Latson A. B. Bine, reporterThe service Sunday'' in observanceof I

and Debris Saunders as programcommftteehas Thanksgiving. The Tem- News

Queen for 1969-70.Runners up planned a very inspired ser- pleites will sing. The No. 1
vice for Men's Day at Mt. OliveM
were Ralph McCloud and Patricia choir will be on the stand at Walter Bowe
B. Church of South Miami, IBY
Howard. Our mistressof 6 p.m. -----

Miss Sunday, Nov. 23. The Deaconess Board, Mrs.
ceremony Kathy
The morning speaker will The Ladies Auxiliary to
Wyche and our speaker Mrs. Florence Hepburn, president,
Post No. 8195 will hold Its
be Rev. 0,. W. West and the
Louise will a Get-Together
Knapp were at there sponsor
at 6 will regular meeUrg Sunday 5
evening speaker p.m. p.m.
at 3 Sunday.A11
best. Many prizes were program p.m.
at the
be Rev. Douglas Cook. Everyone post home.
awarded and Mrs. Hattie are
is welcome to worship with Rev. I. Clark wish to thank
Saunders and Ada Alexander Mrs. Lillian Williams
Mrs. pre-
all the
churches who came
:I" were honored as us.Brother sident of No. 2 choir,suffered
Cleveland McKln- down from West Palm Beachto
"Mother of the Year." Many injuries in a traffic accident
non is chairman. his father's 28th Anniversary. -
thanks to everyone that helpedto Tuesday, when her car was .

CORA REED make the Tea The demolished. She is improvingat
MRS. CLARTHA DuPREEWe a success. ANTOICH SPONSORS South Broward Post No.

All roads will lead toMe- tea was the best ever held by Jackson Memorial Hospital. 8195 membership drive is stillon.
are certain that we will the Jr's and their ConductressSurie EDUCATIONAL Our get-well wishes to all
morial Temple Baptist reach our Come veterans to the Fri-
goal with the
help Alexander celebratedhis the sick.
Church, 16600 NW 44th Ct. of such SERVICES day and Saturday night fish
loyal members and
Sunday Nov. 23. We have selected 8th birthday at the tea, he fry and get signed Morris
friends as you. Leading us to recieved Mr. Richard Goodson of the up.
many gifts. are
for your listening plea- victory are Mrs. Cora Reid, now approaching our Thanksgiving Florida Memorial College will CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder Nelson is quartermaster.
sure the dynamic speaker Dr. general chairman at the The Heroine ofJericoCourt
; Mrs. Cla- Season let us all give be the guest speaker
Susie C. Holley, those who retha DuPree and Mrs. I. C. thanks to God for this day and evening service at the Antioch A. Ford, pastor No. 119 of West Hollywood

know her, know that you are in Mickins, co-chairmen. A cor- help the ones who are less Baptist Church, 1899 NW 64th Blondie Higgins, reporter are thanking all their friends

for a good spiritual session. dial invitation is extended to fortunant than ourselves. St. Sunday at 6:30: p.m. Spec- There will be a great musi- and Masonic family who helped -
Theme: "Christ is the An- to make their dinner a suc-
everyone. Happy to ial selections will be rendered cal program this Sunday nightat
swer" the goal is $4,000. birthday Ralph Mc- cess at the Sweden House in
Rev. I. C. Mickins, pastor. Cloud on his 15th birthday by the Florida Memorial Christian Valley featuring
Nov 24th. College choir under the direction Brother Otis Wright and the Ft. Lauderdale. Matron Fred-

GRACE Get well wishes to Mr. of Mr. John E. Price. Spitural Hominizers f Coco die M. Craig and many other

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor NEW KINGDOM Claude Thomas and Mrs. All proceeds:: will ( go to the nut Grove along with the Mo- matrons were present.

Developmtt Fund of the Fla. ther Ford Chorus, time 8 p.m.
Each Thanksgiving morn- Rev. J. Torrence, pastor Margaret Carey. Down for the
ing, the Board Deacons dec- Ossie Harris reporter '69 Conference oftheA.M.E. M' mortal College.Rov. .
P W. Wiggins, pastor a ai
orates the communion table Churches was SamuelJohnsonof
Every Tuesday at 8 p.m.we and R,.cai4':! B Pratt is chairman JERUSALEM MB CHURGRev.
with food. So that the deacons have prayer service.Wednes- Tallahassee the cousin of of education committee

may do this on time for the day at 8 p.m. Bible class is your reporter.

service, we are asking that held at our church, everyoneis Juanita McCloud, reporter. J.D. Green, pastor

you bring your gifts of food welcome to come.Rev.Wil- NEW HOPE Luedell Gaskins, reporterThe i

on Saturday night during choir liams teacher. NEW BETHEL Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor New White Rose Spiri-

rehearsal. Also, you may Friday night before the Elaine Gilbert, reporterThe tual Singers and many others

bring your food on Sunday fourth Sunday the pastor is Rev. Ernest Williams,pastor youth choir wish to will render a musical programon

morning. We need financial asking the church to accom- Alice Harris, reporter thank all who helped to make Friday night at 8 p.m. The

donations with which to buy the pany him to Valley Grove M.B. Sunday all roads lead to New their anniversary a successon public is invited.

fresh meat. If you know of Church, Rev. J. Ferguson, Is Bethel, where we shall ob- last Sunday. Special thanksto Everyone is invited to

families who are in great need pastor. serve our annual women's day. Rev. Woods of Cuspid, Ga. Prayer meeting on Tuesday

for a good Thanksgiving meal The fourth Sunday in Nov. On Monday night there will night.

turn the name and address of the Pastor's Aid Club, will {
be a tea at the home of Sister
the family in to the Deacons, sponsor a program, Rev. Bernice Kearson 1472 NW 59
Mrs.: Viola Strachan, chair Grains will deliver the sermon REV.A.CooPERThe
St. Everyone is invited.
man.On Thanksgiving morningat Hev, p, W. Wtjfftos( pastor South Broward Choir
Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe Union was held at New Macedonia -
10:00 the pastor will be the NEW MT. MORIAH
No 1 Choir will cele- Baptist Church, 2201 SW
guest preacher at 79th Street ST. PAUL AME Baptism services this Sun- brate their anniversary be- 48th Ave., Sunday.

Baptist Church, Rev. Baxter Ret T. C, Kelley! pifor day at 9 aim BTU each Sun- gining Thursday Nor J57 wrist We wish to thank the members -

Phillips, pastor. Mary A TNI-, reporterWe day at 5 p.m. a masin.il program and end- and participants for mak-

All ladies: Attend worshipthis invite our members and 1 AY We are asking everyone who ing with a musical: contest between ing this a successful occasion..

Sunday and greet Mrs. friends to come out and hel( < haven't given, to please bring our own male chorus We won the trophy by raising

Hugh Ingraham, from the us welcome back our pastor, something this Sunday morn- and the male chorus Jordan $2,250.90. Sharon Phillips Is

board of Ecumenical Missionand Rev. Thomas C. Kelley, Jr.. ing for our Thanksgiving bas- Grove Baptist Church' ry. reporter and Rev. A. Cooper,

relations and New York. and his wife, wo wish to thank ket.The Spiritual Melodies wish one is invited to Wu of Tiasa is the pastor.MOTHERS. ._

all of those who were with us program
and also those who were to thank Mother Reddick, j OF TWIN CLUBThe
CHRISTIAN SCIENCEA group from Liberty City, Opa-
for the North ade-South Brow-
against us prayers they MRS. BEATRICE WALDRON
locka Ft. Lauderdale, pom- MT.CALVARY
Thanksgiving Day ser- gave to help return our pastorfor Morning SpeakerThe ard Mothers of Twins club
Beach and others who
vice including a period for ex- pano
another year morning speaker for the Rev. S. Atchison'pastor will hold its regular monthly
participated and attended their
pressions of gratitude by Choir No. 1 invites you out 11 a.m. service will be Mrs. last Sunday and madeit Phyllis Beal, reporter meeting on Tuesday, Novem-

members of the congregationwill to a sale at the homo of Mrt Beatrice Waldron Evening program a Friday night, Rev. Jenkins ber 25th at 8:00 p.m., at the, .
be held at Fifth Church W. M. SJ.nuiro! ;"*, Compound worship at 6 p.m. Mrs Mau- success. Friendship will be charge F iZ< +-Federal Savings'"andj( -'

of-Cbr-tet, Seie-lltist,-16OO-NW- jive cnem ywr: support. reen Bethel, speaker. Both of the services. Loan, 900 NE 125 St., North

54t h St. The public is wel- ladies are dynamic speakers Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. O.W. Miami. Following the business

come to attend the hour-long so please make it a point to CHURCH OF GOD Foster will deliver the sermon meeting, toy animals will be

service which starts at 11:00. ST. LUKE come out and worship with us. Revival meeting will begin For an evening well spent stuffed for distribution to local -

The lecture at 1 p.m. at and to Dec. 7 at and services withus. hospitals for
Rev. P. W. William, pastor Nov. 24 run come enjoy Christmas
Northwestern Sr. High School, Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe FIRST BAPTISD the church 2590 NW 103rd St. gifts to the Pediatric ,wards.
7007 NW 10th
Ave. Norman
B. Holmes from Chicago, Ill, Young Matrons Auxiliary Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Evangelist George S. NEW COVENANT KELLY'SRev.
is will present a "Fall Donella Turner, reporter son of Atlanta, Georgia Father Theodore
Sat. R. Gibsonof
Nov. 22.
Fashion Review Sunday at Thursday night, the Young preach. Rev. Lonnie Mashackis ,Christ W. H. Butler,pastor
"What do we need most? Episcapal Church, Marie
Charles R, Drew Elementaryfrom Women League will have its the pastor. Coconut Grove Carr, reporterOn
is will
the subject of the programover be the
Nov. 28 the
Rev. A.An
4-6 p.m. Donations regular business meeting beginning -- guest minister at New
radio station WMBM at Coven derson and will
100. ,Featured on program at 7:30 p.m. all mem- ant Presbyterian congregation
1:45 All Church
p.m. Sunday. ser- render
vices are open to the public. will be Mr. Mack Samuel and bers are asked to be present. ZION HILL 4300 NW 12 Ave.at the 11 a.m. preaching a prayer service meeting in behalf and of
models. Sunday, Nov. 23 our Men'sDay service
Sunday, November
Rev. James Pickett, pastor women's day.
The Sunday School willpre- will climax. The morning
Dinners being sold
sent a pre-Thanksgiving pro- speaker will be Rev. W. M. are
NEW COVENANT gram, after the evening wor- Bouyer of Pahokee, Fla. Af- every Saturday at the church,

Rev. Howard Robinson, pastor ship this Sunday. please planto ternoon speaker will be Rev.J. please 6335685.call to place your orders 1/2 PRICESPECIAL

Betty Hill, reporterThe attend. E. Murray and congregation. ,
wish to
public is invited to the The evening speaker will The men express
their thanks to
remaining portion of Faith NEW SHILOH be Rev. Samuel Atchison.WASHINGTON our many
friends who helped to make
week, which will end on Fri-
our men's day a great success w
day, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. Sis. Rev. A. M Griffin, pastor PARKThe BECOME A
Mary Lee Allen, an ordained The No. 1 and No. 2 Choir .
Washington Park Busi- There will be a program at
missionary from St. Peters- will begin celebrating their
Women church Tuesday night, Nov. LICENSEDBEAUTICIAN
and ness and Professional the
burg, is our guest speaker.The aniversary Thursday
pastor is asking all Friday at 8 p.m. and will end will celebrate their anniversary 25, called the Four Gospel '
at the Writers. Hope to see you.
members to do his or her best Sunday at 3 p.m. Sunday Hollywood
2 Choir will raffle Holiday Inn in the beautiful
to sell tickets for the Testi- The No.
Ed- off a radio Saturday night, Camelot Room from 7-10
monial dinner for Mother ENROLL NOW IN THE
wina Robinson at Toby's Cafeteria along with a sandwich sale at p.m. Mrs. Dorothy Ausborneof MT. OLIVETTEN

2302 NW 74th Street. Miami will be mistress of EXCELLENCE SCHOOL
ceremonies.Mrs. J. Lawrence, reporter :

Mary M. Sutton will be Sunday will be youth day.

BIBLE CHURCH OF rOD the speaker. A hair style show The youth directresses, Mrs. of BEAUTY
DAY SPRINGThe will be presented by Mrs.Edna Mary A. Bruno and Mrs.RosaL.
Rahminir pastor
Bishop E, E. ,
pastor is asking every- Wright of Cames Beauty Salon Rushing are asking all

one to come out to the Minis- Sunday Shirley Cooper is widow, reporter night and and the table grace by Bishop members to be present and on 1415 Washington Ave. NO MONEY

ter and Deacoas' Union to be Little John. time. DOWN

held at Day Spring M. B. C., come Youth night out ,and we be invite with you us.to Tickets are being sold by all Choir No. 1 take this oppor- MIAMI BEACH EAR WHILE

Nov.. 27 30. Tuesday night Bible class members and above persons. tunity to thank everyone who 531.5333 YOU LEARN
Sis Ruby L. Burton, reporter Plan to attend. The attire is helped to make their 57th anni-
at 8:00 and Thursday. at 8 p.m.
and Rev. W. M. Slater, regular service semi-formal. versary a success. toULJUUULOPENINCS IN THE DAY CLASS ONLYJUUUUUUCf

is pastor. . '

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} i 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21 1969
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W Round AboutTolk [ Beauty

I Talk

TALK OF THE TOWN A love thing going on between !'ooooooooooqqoooooo i> x 'RJULB ." '
I Your Weekly Horoscope Flip Wilson (Funnyman of the famous Cuba plane hiJack) and
Mary Wilson (no kin) Mary Wilson will be the only original The Sunlight Beauty School''''beauty culturists conventionin I

16 23 18 69 44 Supreme left in the group when Diane Ross bows out, Christ- under the direction of Mr.D.A. Houston, Texas in July
mas day '69 Black writers, LeRol Jones "the dutchman"and Julius will present its annual
ARIES (March 21-April 19): tnergy cycle still high Eldridge Cleaver's "soul on ice" banned by California's. graduation exercise at the

for at least first three days of week. Get going on creative school board as obscene Ex-champ Jack Dempsey (bed- Church of the Open Door Sun-
venture. Avoid alcohol or any other stimulants. You'll/ ded with the flu) says, "champ Frazier will knock out champ day, Nov. 22. at 3 p.m. The
already have a natural edge on. Ellis in an early round. .Aretha Franklin with her record- public is invited. Also, the

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Keep home life on an Ing of "Eleanor Rigley" high on the survey charts across the graduating class will sponsorits

even keel, Taurus. You usually get your own way in the country, hopes to resume personal tour appearance early in prom at the Continentalclub
final analysis, anyway, but this is NOT the week to press 1970. (Nervous breakdowns are something else) I am rootingfor on Thursday, Nov. 20 at
your luck. One who is infatuated by natural charm Aretha the soul queen to return. Cassius Clay (MU- 9 p.m. A beautiful program is
may contact you toward end of wee lour kind, at least.If hammad Ali) to star in broadway playas"Buck White." Show planned for both occasions by

you find you can't even be kind, then at least be civil. opens Dec. 2, at the George Abbott 54th Street Theatre, NYC Mrs. Eva Britt and'Mrs.Azalee -
and two all white) charged last Hunt staff members of the
Three men women ( were 1
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): First two days of week
week by federal cops for a series of bombings that rocked Sunlight Beauty School. 1
may find you in a bit of a fog, Gem., but by third day
skyscrapers and government installations ever since last One of our local beauticians,
the sun shines again. Life in generawill be more relaxing.
25 injuries. The five suspects Sam Bertha H. was re-
summer, causing over : Mrs. Perry
Juicy bit,of gossip come If so, keep it toyourself.
may your way. The fir s t picture reflects
Melville, Geo. Demmerle, John Hughey, Jane Lauren Alpert elected to office as the assis-
Don't noise it all town.
over and Pat Swinton. All arrested at 235 East 4th St., NYC; All tant financial secretary of the the soft mood coiffure. This
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Excellent opportunity along they were blaming the Black Panther group .for this Southern Atlantic Region. style is simple, is designedfor
&; to improve yourself, Moonchild, in week ahead. Stress violence. They were wrong Lional Hampton and his big Mrs. Perry is also first vice the small head look, has

practical, down-to-earth plans. Be very cautious concern band opened at NY's plaza 9, Tuesday gone. The Herbert president of her local unit,No. curls flowing in the up and
ing one who would like you to fall for the "old-sweet' Kastle's book, 'Miami Golden Boy" a name calling killer 7. Mrs. Perry is to be con- away trend, and has open cur Is
nothi"gs-whispered. nder.the--stars.routine." diller Sammy Davis and his ex-wife May Britt, dating gratulated for her fine work in around the face with much
movement in the top and a little -
LEO (July 23-August 22): Whoopee, Leo. here again ? ? ? the profession.Mrs. height in the crown.
you go again. Lost week may have been a dog, but the f Beuhler B. Hunter,
one coming up is going to be so zestful that you will supervisor of the Southern I
probably be run ragged. New associate will trigger your Atlantic Region, presented a
imagination. Don't over extend yourself financially. No scholarship to Unit. No.24 for
one will be impressed and you'II only wind up kicking having done such an outstanding
yourself if you do. job in supporting the regional
f9r in this
VIRGO (August 23-September 22): 0 Virg., first The meeting to some
two days may be kind, that will make you wish you had scholarship member goes of the unit
"stood in bed." Dissent seems to be everywhere. Use worthy
which will enable that
restraint, and by the week-end your good judgment will personto
pay off. Week winds up on note of cheer from one fat F attend the national convention
of culturiests iit.
the beauty
.away.LIBRA a league held in Houston,Texas. '
; (September 23-October 22): Your popularity The Beauty Trade magazine -
/ will be at a peak in week ahead, Libra. But play it cool. 'I recently sponsoredanother The second style is one that

Don't get all in a tin. Avoid any stand which seems to JIPICTURE "big show" at the Chicago I found popular among the
people In the Chicagoarea.
smack of revolutionary nature. Sheraton Hotel in downtown young
It is called The Pom-
SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): Scorp, Chicago, Illinois. Beauticiansfrom
you SET AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY.. .All the young padour." With or without
will have to exercise a great deal of restraint in week all over the country,
foxes set left to Clarence
picture (top right) teen-playboy bangs, this' style makes the
ahead. Your desire will be in
to dodge responsibilities. were attendance.Hairstylesthere
Lamb dedicating the Temptations' "I Can't Get Next To You"to woman with the right features
twice. Then thrice. Be extra nice to those at home overMe Adelle Humes To Christa Wrail, it's James Brown's reflected the fall trend look feminine.

week-end. Then by Monday you'll be ready for the "Let A Man Come In" Tyrone flumes (Carol City) a fast for 1969, the "soft mood coiffure .'....very.......................
chase again; driver and "hot rod car Nonga Walker as pretty. ," as released.. by the '|: HELP WANTED : .
SAGITTARIUS (November; 22-December 21): Fresh and nutty as a fruit-cake.; To Nona t it's Dionne Warwick's OHFC in Hawaii in July. The :( Nursing instructors with :

directions open up to you Sag. Ponder them seriously. "That Lovin' Feeling".. Picture set (bottom left to right) release on the 1970 silhouette ; B. S. degree or prefer :
Forget the darn tee'vee the week-end and instead Barbara brain will be out in January. > able Masters degree needed :
over Jackson, (the )Carol City,says todays girls are > for part time Instructors in'
pay a bit more attention to those you love. You may be sexier and smarter. They expect;more of a boy. Janice Lee Most of the trophy winnersat an educational Institution. f'
projected into the spotlight on fast day of week. If so, (school teacher. Dorothy Lee's 111' sister) the prettiest miss the big show were fromAt- :: If you are eligiblefor I l I l :
wear your best bib and tucker. "Teen Carol City" they ever had .. To the foxiest of them lanta, Ga and Compton,Calif. t teachers certification In :

CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): Minor all, Cheryl McKinney, it's "Sly and Family Stones'- Hot Fun Trophy winners from Florida :{able Florida 18 and hours If you p.r are week avail.beginning .': .,

changes are in the works, Cap. If you find yourself in a In the Summer Time" This is Scoop Bethel saying, time were from Orlando and Miami. { Jan. 1970, and If :
state of confusion, step back and try fo discover root and tide waits for no man. C-U-NX-WK. Beauticians can start prepar- ,:you are Interested, call :.
ing for the next two shows 1685-4534.'And an application
causes. A one.sidedlove affair could start this week Cap. ....................................................... which will be held in Houston will forwarded. Equal :
Can you bear the thought of unrequited love? No? ThenI ,..ff:..u.lr.Employer.. ... :
nip it in the bud.AQUARIUS a ;gS !yRg'fl' } Texas in April on the national (........
I i --
(January 20-February 18): Good week
LJ to double-check your income and your out-go, Aquarius. O "
Does the old check book balance? Remember the old gag I 4 DAY SPECIAL"

about the road to hell being paved with good intentions? .. .
..__ .. .CashJia the finaLanal.; rsis-i-what-real Iv-countsr-No-one Fri, 'Sat;Mon, .u s.

gives a fig about your 'good intentions..' :
PISCES (February 19-Morch 20): Be regal, Pisces. : BY JOHN "ROOTMAN" McARTHUR -

All heads will be turned your way. Be conservative for at ......- .- .- .- .- .- .-.- .- .-.-.- .-.-.-.-.-..-.-...-..-...-...--.....--...-.-..........:
t least the first four days of week. You will be tempted to Spotlighting Jonathan Simmons (Miami Soul Machine) hails 1969 AUTOMATIC

I dance, but the band just won't be playing your tune Last from Thomasville Ga. Currently a Chef at Montmarte Hotel. .

days of week are for getting romantic situation under Hobbies are automobiles, writing songs,dancing and of course
control. Nudge the one you love. Stop being so cavalier singing, .a very talented person destined to make his mark in

in attitude. me world Of snow business ZIG-ZA Ct
Patty (Ethel Demps also destined
to be a star currently
Flowers by MODERNDAYWe socking it to the Castaways.. t.t
Hot Poppa Turner celebrated ;,, .. NOW ONLY
Specialise In all Types Of Floral Designs his twentieth birthday at i

Soul's Place. .It took ten
t people -
Weddings Funerals Parties Bar
Mitzvahs "r-
"I Decorators of Home Planters Rock to blow and out Roll the candles.sometimes. $2O un

Give a Fine Bouquet from MODERNDAY TERMS
called soul is definitely hereto Y' ..f\,

DAYG93-397I: NIGHT: 154.1888 stay. It's been duplicated, .' .' ..: '.,' ",
, 215 NORTHSIDE PLAZA imitated and copied...Now it's : :; :;,'
; .' '
1 NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER time for a new direction. ..new
songs, new words etc.The bestis -
here to stay. I p

i ct--; ...........'.. ....$&S&M$...............$llf.........fS&S........$$&l Rumores are out that the Leslie Uggams show is cancelled.Well .Buttonholel Monogramming 1-"ii SPECIAL" _
\ it was so nice while it lasted. Satin Stitch : I 05e
J. I T.I"u
;f SUPREME WIG & BEAUTY SALON Soul Happenings. .Louise Riley had a fashion thing at .Mending t e Alljat check Wutq 250

Northside Saturday .a smashing success, but attendance .Doming *' $1t Teesies$ .
; could have been better. e Bock Tacking a hlili1l1Hllilt
.Sews Buttons a Mptt I LioItt M.t.r
f COUPON Soul Folk. .Soul employees of North Miami General,Jackson Blind Hemming Come In or caR fore
N :Y.: Memorial Sears, Mount Sinai. .Snyder's Uptown Barber Shop: .Straight Stitching service In your home
Use your Master Charae at "ur Horace Straws, WMBM. Nlckie Lee,WRIZ Peter Truncale, Sew. oyer Pinl .__________. ._ ... .
salon and tak, JUANITA ::::: J.D. Ball Ford. Elliot J. Scavella Candidate for the EdD in
:' advantage or any of our beauty services! NELSON i:: Curriculm Supervision Instruction at U. M. COME IN OR CALL FOR
:',0 P.rman.nts, Reloxers Wig' Stylist:;:: I would like to see Soul Disc Jockies on all of the stationsin FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
: : ::
:rf Halrgood Sal.. wig Styling :: Miami. .We can do it if we push a little harder after all
Hair Weaving with best |::!
:::: Frostings hair available :::: they play the same records.
Special discounts are available any Monday, Tues. :::: The Prolifics are moving into the Jet-A-Way this weekendfor 696.9442

r day, or Wednesday, Nov. 13 Dec. 4-with this $; an unlimited engagement a good move. .
;:: ad only. :.:: I would like for allSocialClubs, Fraternities and Sororitiesto
9110 NW !nt l. AVE. 691-9392 X send me pictures and information on your group to spotlightcare

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, November 21, 1969 27

Motive Program At BCCA

Freshman Motive Pro- Sharpe, professor of Educa-- Assistant professor Speech BUSINESS DIRECTORYLOUNGES

gram is underway atBethune- tion, assisted by Dr. J. Hooper and Mrs. Isabelle Ambrose,
Cookman College sponsored Wise, Professor of Eng- Associate Professor of Education .
by a$71,220 grant from the lish; Mrs. Dorothy Mansfield, .
U. S. Office of Education un-
der Title m of the H igher Education EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE INTERNATIONAL
Act of 1965 for a Motive Pride Inc. Gets $2.6 4400 NW 7th Avenue HEALTH STUDIO L.KING
(Move On To Individual Vital Prop. Complete Exercise
Education) program for 100 FUNERALDIRECTORS Equipment General

entering freshmen. Million DOL ContractWASHINGTON Supervised by
The Motive Program is designed MAN K ER-MILTON leak Poltier Hauling
to help the individual "Mr. Miami"
6701 NW 1Sth Avenue
D.C.Youth ness development arm, which
student learn more about the Pride Inc. of this 691.9151WI WEIDER 1401 N.W.
city has operates a chain of filling stations -
world in which he lives, according been funded by the U. S. Department a landscaping and gar- NDOW SERVICE Natural SupplementsSold Organic Food 51st Terrace
to a B-CC spokesman.It .
of Labor in the sum dening firm, a painting and In.ldeTelephon.
explains the questions rais- of $2,567,000 noting the fourth maintenance company and a HENRY'S 759-9423 Phone
ed about religion,social prob- such Job and training contract candy factory. PEEI also has WINDOW SERVICE 746 NW 62nd Street 696-3698
music art literature & Installing
lems, granted the ghetto-training on the drawing board a $3.2 Repair
politics, and base programs.The Phone: 635.9869
project since its organization million all-purpose, ultra
major: objectives are to in August 1967. modern auto service center LAUNDRY &

emphasize the ability of each The renewal contract was due to open next year.In CLEANING / -
student and develop an appre- signed last Friday by City WILLIAMS' ; CLACCENMORRIS '
ciation for the value of time Manpower Administrator addition to working in the TAILORS & CLEANERS i. :
1 Day Service Alteration '
and the oppositions of the Horace R. Holmes, U. S. Department Pride business ventures, the 4842 NW 27th- Avenue IV ""
world today and to develop the of Labor, and young men will be assigned to 634.9251CONTRACTOR.S \
basic academic tools and Pride's directors Marion projects involving the clean- .. /, : TREE SURGEON Q

skills necessary in contem- Barry and Mary Treadwell, ing of streets and alleys, not J. H. COPELAND
porary civilization. The em- who are the organization's directors employed by units of Pride CONSTRUCTION TRIMMING TOPPING & REMOVING
phasis of the program is not of Operations and will be referred to other au- 2939 Phone NW 634-6233 48th Terrace LANDSCAPING

remedial or compensatory.The Program Planning, respec- thorized agencies for place- Indu.trlalCommtuclolRuldentlal
program 'is under the tively. The grant will support ,ment. 5725 NW 24th AVE. PHONE: 6350101Magic (
direction of Dr. Evelyn on-the-job training programsfor As part of the District of

1,000 ghetto youth, ages Columbia's million dollar my
14 to 25.The "war on rats," Pride, was on
HOTEL young trainees will be July 1, of thi? year, awardeda dressmaker

FONTAINEBLEAU employed Economic primarily Enterprises by Pride, Department$173,000 grant of Health by ,the Educa-U.S. 6026 NVV 7th AVENUEFall City & Harlem Cabs
Salad & Sandwich Man
Dishwashers Inc., the organization's busi tion and Welfare. beautiful shipping garments over drasti-100 Operating the Citgo Service Station

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Porters Come Today low as $5.00, sizes 7 to

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RA-JEL. Many dentists recommend Open daily and Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Low Monthly Payments
sin, ORA.JEL until you fit For Appointment: Call 688.9128, MED.
irofessfonil' treatment. *"T*"* .
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7 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969 I

Royal Crown Cola Makes Major Contribution

I F UMYTIME" Orange Blossom Classic Set For December 6

The "Classic" game Is first time- that a major cor- Royal Crown Cola Co. will Royal Crown Cola Co., will
I Irv scheduled for Miami's famed poration had made a contribution also present trophies to the be the principal sponsor of a
Orange BowlStadium Saturday of this kind to minority competing teams.. a cham- post-parade record hop for

nUL DIXON night. December;) 6, between athletics. The Columbusbased pionship trophy and a runnerup youthful parade participants.This .
I',I host Florida A.and M.University international soft drink trophy. This innovative event, militated In 1964,

___ -...-...-... -.0',,-__.,___.._ and yet-to-be-named op- firm inauguarated another key "Classic" feature was Inau- annually attracts some 1500-
"Classic" activity in 1963 -- guarated by RC in 1964. The 2000 youngsters and is heklat
To ask "what's next?" I'll have to ask the fools that triedto ponent.
Washington Junior School
Presentation of specially the annual Players and Coach- awards will be spotlighted in High
back at the teacher or teachers at Wheather
get Dorsey.
inscribed watches to playersand es dinner. the "RC Trophy Car" which' parade headquarters for out-
or not those fools realize it, they accomplished nothing but coaches in the 1969 Orange The 1969 dinner will be held in recent years has developedinto of-town schools.
r destruction of something need. to what the au-
they Regardless Blossom Classic and Festival Friday evening, December 5, one of the top crown The record hop has gainedthe
thorities say caused the fire, in our hearts, we know that football game will be but one at the Barcelona Hotel on Mi- pleasers by parade viewersand support of the town's citi-
some fools did something without thinking. of the major contributionsmade ami Beach Hotel. JoiningRC those who witness the pre- zenry and other businesses
U they had thought, they would realize they didn't stop the by Royal Crown Cola Co. as hosts will be ClarkGum, game festivities at the Orange whose contributions provide
school from the teacher teachers from work-
opening, nor or of Columbus, Ga. New York City,Chrysler Cor- Bowl Stadium. "Classic" youth participantswith
ing and they still have a beef and also they have knowingly poration, Detroit, Greyhound an opportunity for whole-
become criminals. However, on the other hand, if they had Royal ,Crown Cola Coo's Corporation, Chicago; and Royal Crown Bottling Com- some supervised recreationand
taken their beef to someone else,the problem could have been contribution of OBC watches Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh pany of Miami now a unit of entertainment.
solved without lost of public property.The began in 1962 and marked the .

lost equipment will have to be replaced and at a cost ___ _______u u... ..................uu....._uuu......u'....__'.'.._.uuUuu............,._.u.u. ...u._
that all of us will have to pay. The money that is spent to replace ;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;;;:;;;:;:; {:;::::;:;:-:;::-::::::-:::;:::;.:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;::::;:;:::;:

equipment and materials that someone wilfully destroyscan 1 Galimore Award To Be I
be better spent to get newer and better equipment and {
,. materials so that the education gap can be closed quicker.In $
the event the person or Persons responsible for the latest | Presented To 'fWilliam
t J it destruction, didn't read II my time" of a couple of weeks ago,
I'm still available to try and help you solve your problems ina
peaceable and sensible manner. :I Plummer i
This week before the final high school games, find Jackson
just about a sure in as the district winner. Even though the
18of and
William Plummer, halfback for Rattlers '
is undefeated and untied also is ahead In team
Gables ,Jackson Delray Beach, Fla., will receive later a star back with the Iii S TEE
rating. Even though there is disagreement with the present the Sixth Annual Willie Chicago Bears. Galimore was a
system .')f selecting district winners in high school sports, no Lee Galimore Scholarship killed in an automobile acci- t
one has come up with a better one; therefore, until a new or
Award during pre-game ac- dent at the age of 28, in 1964.
better one is accepted we are living with what we have. Re-
37th Annual
tivities of the ; Plummer, a freshman ma-
member, you don't throw away what you have for nothing! Orange Blossom Classic joring in pharmacy,played end
Last weeks pro gamas played havoc with everyone's selec- sponsored by Florida A&M for Carver High School Del-

tions. The old adage about, "on any given day, any team University, December 6, in ray Beach, Fla. He is a 6'2",
could beat any other," still holds true. And in pro sports, end
Miami, Fla. 208 pound for the Univer-
everyone should always remember that"all" players are paid
The $1,500 scholarship, sity's football team.Plummer's .
I'. professionals and being human they have pride. presented by the Pepsi-Cola parents residein
The Scoreboard to date: High school 67-16.788)); college to
Company, goes a scholarly West Palm Beach, Fla.
29-14 (.674)); professionals 80-37 (.683. football star who in the opinionof Previuos award winners

,.3 This week's games I see: the selection committee is were: Samuel Anderson,1964;
HIGH SCHOOLS following in the tradition of Bennie Johnson, '65; James
Northwestern over Coral ParkEasy, if the Bulls don't get Galimore All-American '
an Owens, 66;;Charles Goodrum,
"" caught looking ahead. i
'67; and Christopher Ander
Jackson over Palmetto The Panthers won't give up the son, '68.
r Generals will have to play to win. CLASSIC PARTY

Miami Springs over Killian The Cougars just.don't have it, Sponsored by B.T.W.Class r

no more. 1946 Saturday, December 6, LUCKY LENNY'S
\ Southwest South of the also Close
over Dacle-Goodgame rans. Metro Dade
ill at the F.O.P. WEEKLY REPORT
f McArthur over Miami High-The Stings go through the mo- Lodge 151 NW 27th Ave.,food,
y.. tions. ., drink and music.Donation one* Puerto Rico I
Miami Beach over Columbus The tide start a big finish. till
10 ?
dollar. Time: p.m. Dog Days 39-74-09
North Miami over Carol C1t "-The Chiefs are still hurting. 1 I 1
Key, West over Norland Another toss-up; but the Conchs

COLLEGE survive. .fi' t:,'t 1j.i r. il i.!
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Florida A&M over Bethune Cookman- Good game for awhile wM .' ;': t /" .f
.' I- '
;: ;
and then the Rattlers strike. i jl "
big Florida pow-wow.State over N. C. State The Seminoles end up with a RSOTELlvISIO 't .;;

Miami over Wake Forest- The lull before the storm. Shouldbe
Tampa over L. A. State- The Spartans are still in hopesof

a bowl. !..
NFL J1r4"4 IItl

PROFESSIONALS Greenbay.over Detroit
AFL Cleveland over New York

Boston over Buffalo Baltimore over ChicagoSan
Diego over-Denver St. Louis over Philadelphia '
Miami over Houston Washington over Atlanta 8881f
Cincinnati over New York Los Angeles over Dallas
t Kansas City over Oakland Minnesota over PittsburghSan
Francisco over New Orleans ..tom.x' .

Sport of the week: Ed Horton Nice job of doing a thing
everybody can be proud of, and above all see benefits. Keepup
the good work lefty.
Chump of the week: Rick NortonDon't ever let mistakes .
affect your effectiveness. PRIVATE LISTENING
QUICK NOTE: My Congrats to Coach Jake Gaither on his EARPHONE
200th win. I'm sorry I wasn't present for what should have
been a wonderful experience. During this year's classic I'm $5.00DOWN For Your Added Convenience. .
sure your many fans and friends will have their "own thing"for

Looking you. forward to seeing some more good sports and the DR'.III' BANKING

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20 WORDS OR LESS 200. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ;.VORD. Welfare Women's Club DryCleanedBeautifully Folded NIGHT SHIFT l

.. -- Thanksgiving dinner at and RehungThe
the Liberty Square Community be experienced. Year
FOR SALE FOR SALE center, 6306 NW 14th Avenue, round work. Liberal fringe '
I, I Friday, November 21at6o.m. benefits.
t 3 BEDROOMS FHA 7330 NW 8th Ave. -CBS,2 bed Room in private home for mid CLEANING SERVICE

Drive by 2170 NW 81st Terr. room, garage! tile roof, oak dle age gentleman969-3312or Mrs. Marie Harrison is 642-4684 Juniors

Fenced, carporte,built-in kit floor, assume 63/4% mortagagetotal 696-7192 president

chen $1,000 cash handlesvets price $17,000.00-NoQua- ...... --- Restaurants f
& 221 people less) To inspect l1fy lg.. Downpayment can be Room In private home. Work .. : -- =- ,

call Gregor Relaty, Broker flexible. Don't let this one getaway ing couple only. Call after 3

887.0403 Aetna Realty (Broker), p.m., 7574149. HAROLD JOLLIVETTE Apply:

811 NW 54th St., phone: 757- PROUDLY ANNOUNCES 30.th and Collins Avenue
Very nice shoe shop. Good location 5724, Open til noon on Saturday 2 large bedroom. Duplex. ACQUISITION OF Miami Beach

air conditioned, fully Hardwood floors, curtains,
equipped and stocked. Move heater, fan, stove, refrigerator

right in. Call Wilson, Universal 2980 NW 88th St. Nice 2 bed- carport. Phone: 6911647by 54th ST. DRUG

Real Estate, 7518642. room, CBS,tile roof.Total price 8:30 a.m. after 8 p.m. (no AFRICAN

$14,500.00 take over 5 1/4% children) EXPLORERS BEAT .
3 bedroomCBSHousefurnish- mortgage $87.00 monthly pays STORE I COLUMBUS TO THE "
ed built-in kitchen and stove everything., Be first! Aetna One bedroom efficency for NEW WORLD :

$10,000. 6353857. Friday Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th rent. Deposit required, loca- 1201 NW 54 St. I BLACK ACTORS '
Sunday St., phone: 757-5724, Open til tion; 536 NW 47th St. I
.1, noon on Saturday. GOOD FATHERS? ;

3 bedroom house,living room, Furnished room for rent, single 754.6401PRESCRIPTIONS I Greg Morris -
?y Fla. room,kitchen,oak floors, 585 NW 51st Street-2 bedroom, man or woman. Call before Glynn Turman -

sprinkler, fenced, well landscaped 1 bath, Fla. room, sprinkler 3 p.m. 691-4193,1771 NW Lou Rawls-

yard. $18,600. Richmond system. FHA terms, total price 94th St. OUR SPECIALTY I John Copage .
Heights. Mar-Dan $13,000/0. Seller pays all closing -
Assoc., HI52557. costs, you pay one twenty Room to rent, nice home.3271 FATHER BLACK OUT OF "

year deposit FHA on this.mortage.one!Aetna Bring Realty your NW 43rd Terr. FREE PICK & DELIVERY EVERY 13 WILL BE :

(Broker), 811NW54thSt.phon entertaining or family living BECAUSE OF
757-5724 til Satur-
Open noon
with 3 big bedrooms, 2 day. HELP WANTEDDriver COSMETICS VIETNAM WAR

baths, dens, Fla. room, living _. DELLA REESE p
Salesman $80.00 week *
dining area, kitchen, 2-car 2320 COSTUME JEWELRY
NW 141st Sreet CBS, 3 plus commission. Free Hospitalization ISLEY BROTHERS
garage and many extras. Call real bedrooms fenced
uniforms BLACK
887-9568 or 8211710. Ber- total MONEY ORDERS COWBOYAn
$14,600.00 try $1,000.00down
free retirement program and
original history-
stein & Lewis Realtors and assume existing
vacation chance for advance I
poster in color& Reel!
mortgage. E-Z monthly pay ment GREETING CARDS
CBS 2 bedroom, l'bath car ment Includes everything. This I SEPIA. The Action ;.

port, tile roof, awning, fenced one won't last. Call now. Aetna Magazine. December
yard. FHA $450 down $108 Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th MA>IDS I issue on newsstands.
monthly. Atlantic & Pacific St., phone: 757-5724, Open til Good working conditions,
Realtors 666-0411. noon on Saturday. steady work,apply housekeeping
Golden Nugget Motel,' :> irck a rz toROOM

Huge living room and Fla. 4620 NW 168th Terrace-Abso 18555 Collins Ave., Miami Help WantedPART

room. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 lutely gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 Beach '
bath house.,In one of the most bath, carport, central heat, (Nov. 28))

exclusive sections Of Carol stove, refrigerator, carpet, OR FULL TIMEMUST i
City. Extra nice kitchen,beau freezer, washing machine and MISCELLANEOUSMADAM

'l.' tiful grounds. Fenced back more. FHA $20,500.00, Seller ( BE Id$ OR OVER)
yard, large above-gr ound will pay all closing costs. KAY I OUTFITS
pool, close to schools. $5,000 Special downpayment for Vete A gifted. spiritualist reader CashieHostesses ,
down, assume low Interest rans. Don't delay see today! and advisor Guaranteed to
1 mortgage or refinance on FHA Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 NW help. Advice on all problemslove

terms pan Am Realty, Real 54th St., phone: 757-5724, Opentil marriage, courtship, Cooks' Utility HelpWaitresses
tors 642-2934. noon on Saturday. business transactions. Help Your Credit Is Good
find loved ones and lost articles
Large beautiful 4 bedrooms,2 17211 NW 27th Court 3 bed- Guaranteed help. She Waiters OWN ACCOUNTS

baths corner property. $1500 rooms, 2 baths, magnificentpool succeeds where others have
down or will trade for smaller and patio, Fla. room, custom failed She gives you lucky GOOD DEAL FOR SPACIOUS DRESSER CHISTOKIOOKCASIHEAD. ,
bouse. 16241 NW 21stAvenue. bar-be-que. Total price days and lucky numbers. Blessed JR. COLLEGE STUDENTS' OMB.. rniflWS MOUDOtt I ILAMPS.IO'A
Two other houses as low as $23,500.00, FHA terms, Seller oil and lucky charms for MATCHING Of AM IIP'AtfO M OKXClOf
$800 down at other locations. closing costs this the home. From 9 to 9 daily. COLORS.MTtP TAMIS.COCKTAl .
3737973. must be seen. Aetna Realty She is a true instrument of ORATOR LAMP$. ARTAtMt
God. She helps and heals SIll DINETTE WITH 4 CON
Carol City. FHA $1,000 down. phone: 757-5724, Open til noon prayer. 688-9178 11601 NW .T
$140 month. Modern 3 bed- on Saturday. 7th Avenue (Dec. 12)I ) rot COMPUTI .2i9"

rooms, 2 baths, built-in kit- ONLY

chen, carport, large corner :
lot, with fenced yard. Tub in FOR RENTRoom will iron.for you,in you home '. CHEST.LARGE MIRROR DOUBLE' AND DRESSER PANEL,
Realtors, 10035 NW 7th Ave., or mine 696-3320 DOBBS KO THIS AU FORMICA IEO-
to middle aged Christian HOUSES ROOM SET COMES COMPLETE
,phone: 7584429.
woman or gentlemen with
meals or kitchen privileges. 9 A.M. 5 P. M.. AND } lOVElY LAMPS. IN.
"down. $115 month, pays all. Call before 7 a.m. or after 7 ,CHILDCAREChildcare MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SIZE DINETTE. 3.PC SECTION.
Phone 633-5766. AL LIVING ROOM WITH 2.
large fenced yard.Tubin Real six days, ages one TAIlf. 2.DECORATO LAMPS
month to four I furnish OF YOUR HOIC!.
tors, 10035 NW 7th Ave.,758- Now! Waterfront retirement years.
4429. living non-profit rentals at diapers and food you bring ARE YOU TIRED? OMPUT1CHOOSE !$ r

Tropical Florida's finest ad' milk. Call 6352149. r WAITING
131 NW 68th Terr.FHA Duplex dress. Conveniently close to SOMEONE! PROM MODERN
$1.700 down ModernCBSwith downtown, beaches. Car) un HITCHING HWENCH. VANISH. OR !ITAU.
one 3 bedroom apt. and one 2 necessary. New hi-rise for CHAIR. END TAIIE3 '
4 bedroom apt. Drive by then teachers and other retired DO YOUR OWN DRIVING COCKTAIL TABLE AND 2 FINE

;i call Tubin Realtors,10035NW professionals. All facilities, We furnish late model dual-control! air-conditioned cars TABLE AMPS WITH, ROUND SWIVEL DINETTE BUCKET

7th Ave., phone: 7584429.Investor's activities for active retire Our Office is Open Monday Thru Saturday CHAIRS DESIGN BY IN MARMURTRIPLE THE LATEST

ment. Write: CTA Towers, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. DRESSER WITH 2 TWIN
f 1809 Brickell Avenue, Miami, itl MIRRORS. HIGH BOY CHEST
mercial building special now-rented Com as Florida 33129, attention Mrs. JI: PRIME DRIVING SCHOOL HEADBOARD AND QUEEN INCLUDED SIZE IS A
Pino, Coordinator Phone 377- QUEEN SIZE '" FOAM
grocery store plus adjoining 4190 NW 32 AVE. PHONE: 634-3190 MATTRESS AND MATCHING
apartment lot. Apartmentsmay 8021. trl BOX SPRING.2 F1L19WS AND
H G. Hawkins and
: J. E. Bills 2 BEDROOM LAMPS.
be added on top of grocery
4 t. store. Existing building is divided CBS home for sale. 'Central CtOUP.FURNITURE....$68go O
into 2 stores, with sep heat and air conditioning.5261 HAS
arate meters. Excellent buy. NW 30th Ct. Phone: 6918493.
See 1399 NW 61st St. Phone IMMEDIATEOPENINGS

666-0411 Atlantic and Pacific Room for a nice sober lady.
Realtors. 633-2231, 1090 NW 51st St. FOR EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

JANITORSPART Young Man Middle Age Man Old ManI pRLDfSMRIS' '

FOR SALE BUSINESS I need a lot attendent to help keep our cars
Profitable grocery, meat Rooms for rent, close to bus TIME NIGHTS looking good after they have been cleaned.
market, beer and wine on main stop.' Please do not call If not Good Po
y Will teach all
street of Coconut Grove Doing Interest, man only. Phone: Fringe Btnefits phases operation to good man.
over $11,000 business per 6917034. Fair starting pay and increase as you learn

N month. Money maker LoW'overhead. Apply In Perien job. Good working conditions end hours. Apply I I
389 NW 2.d I
Return your investment : at or call Used Car Manager.
in 1 year. Terms to re* 2 Stores-Richmond Hts.Shopping M/F 3 p.*. 10 6 ,._.
sponslble buyer. 'AtlantIc and Center Richmond Enterprises ( FRANK EIELEN BUICK
Pacific.Realtor 666-0411. weekly CE5-S488, 2160 NE 2nd AVE. 374-173
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_ :f THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday, November 21, 1969 31 .

1:1: Opa-locka Civic ClubThe NORTHWESTERNCLASS Phone:

Opa-locka Civic activities success; the club is also soliciting Our first alumni OF '60 meeting WIGS BY 1 I! 633-1714
in high The assistance in its
are gear. planning
s\i' membership is busy prepating to deliver Thanksgiving will be held on December 4, MR. WALTERS lLq BOBBY'S
Thursday at 8 in
the auditorium
and making the necessary fin- baskets to the needy; equally INTERIORS
al arrangements to insure the important is the club's project High. All of 1960 Northwestern Sr. 6011 N.W. 7th Ave. 751-6521
success of its annual Thanks- designed to rectify and improve graduates are ,,, Custom-Made
requested to attend
," Afro Ball. The ball will the living conditions and meet- TOP
giving DUALITY WIGS ,c
ing, business of vital importance *;:1A Bobby MarQuess, owner
.1 be held at the Continental Club facilities of the 22nd avenue "I ,
contact Carl
r on November 27th, (Thanks- apartments in Opa-locka.
giving'night.) Other club acti- In order to be able to do representative AFRO NATURALS Ifi'
Natural Look Barber 'S 11> VALENCES
(; vities include a current fundraising more, the club extendsa 4207 NW 17th Avenue. Shop, BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES K FESTOONS
drive to help completethe standing invitation to com- '
purchasing of football uniform munity residents and visitorsto EXPERT WIG STYLING. ,../
:; and equipment for the attend any of the weekly
youths at Ingram park; the meeting held at The House of
club's bi-monthly dance (for Alberts, 15035 NW 22nd Ave., SAVE MONEY & TIME:
youth) at the recreational park each Tuesday afternoon at 7:30: XMAS-SHOP at wholesale
t, (Ingram) is proving to be a ,p.m. import price AFRICAN "SAY IT LOUD"
1 PAINT cotton for Dashlkles -
, dresses; Earrings, TOM WASHINGTONDry
Rings, N.cklacu. Bange,
Incase, Caftan, Card ,
AUTO INSURANCE etc. Africa, IndiaMid Cleaning & Laundry fp. .
east. EARN
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$ Low Premium Rates .w NEY-sell to friend at
Low Monthly Payments r. .. home. and at work. Catalog 4 Locations to serve
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BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY BEST NEIGHBORHOOD! 210 NW 7th St. Mary Elizabeth., Tel. 373.9171

4740 NW 7th Avenue 500 NW 41 STREET STORE NO. 3
754.0655CARL1'ON HOME AND INCOME 4410 NW 17th Ave. Fluff Center BUICK CO.

Owner lives In beautiful 2 7632 NW 22nd Avenue Helping to build USED CAR PHONE
; bedroom house and Income Week's Special i I our community.
REAETYh from other house pay all Where quality comes first WE THANK YOU 374-1736
AFYO, costs., You must see thepanelled
fir' Mon..Wed.-Frl. Till 9:00
n living room modern -
h Y BROKERS eat-in kitchen and r.c.r.atlM Tue..-Thur -Sot. Till 6iOO
I 3074 NW 79TH ST u room. Total price pnraTu fl amocoa o'mnnTn'a o'innnrir5TiniTo"oT ,. If No Answer:
$19,500. Buyer can qualify
I 693-4772 759-6500 for FHA and move In with THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ECONOMY CAR
$1350 cash. Drive by and
.... Then call for appoint Big six automutic with
FHA-CBS. 4 bdrms, 2 baths, LR, din area, Irge merit. ,....... .
is kitchen, screened porch, otil! rm, bar-b-q, pool, M. ROGERS, Realtor air conditioning.
$18,000, $1,300 down, $146.54 mo. pc.s; all. 9 41-5 129 F-85. One owner, low

mileage. Now priced at:
Tile rf 3 bdrms 1
:::;::::: >,.;:::::::::: :::::: ;:;:::::::::::::::::;::z::::
bath, LR, din rm, kitch, Flarm, 2 util rms, crprt, ... : $1595
porch, $2,100, $2,600 dn, $160 mo. pays..alU 11 my !

FHA-CBS-LARGE BEAUTY. 4-bdr'ms'zYothi; :::: : SKYLARK,
LR, din area lrg. modern kitch, (Irg enclosed Fla :::: :: 66 LaSABRE

T rm, patt ".2.util I rms, sprinklers, fenced, $22,000, I 2 real nice and real
$2,000 'down, $177.75 mo. pays all.
:: r:: clean cars. Both low
,BEAUTIFUL EL PORTAL. 3 bdrms, 1 bath.LR, I j.j. "Styles for then mileage and one owner
kitch, din area, util I rm, prch, tile rf, CBS, landscaped :ft ::
) corner, $22,500, $5,000 dn, $146.30 mo. '"= .='' cars.Today either one:
| fashion minded
I or your own financing. ::: $1595.00 t

corner ,bldg, on NW 22nd Ave., cor. 80th st. Ap- $3195.00 IS A
prox. 3,000 sq. ft. for stores, offices or light industry |: Sizes 7-15 '; WAS $389.00 THIS WEEK $359.00 SPECIAL PRICEOn

t $28,000, $7,500 down. $200 mo. :F i: 6026 N.W. i..:: LOW DOWN PAYMENT this 1968 Electra

CORNER DUPLEX LOT. $3,300 cash, Av'e. r 225 Custom with power
i 7th '.'; 8 SPEAKERS WITH SLIDING DOORS brakes-power steer-
::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::*:::::::::::::::::::: UNIT ing, power windows,

SS23E power seats, door
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OTHERS FROM $299.00 locks, white walls ,

t Now Under New. Management t Progressive, medical PHONE NOW: vinyl roof.A one owner
complex adding to staff. 20,000 car.
': I Desire personnel oriented TV's STEREOS
.& Ownership I individual with high

standards, training and 22,000 Original Mileson
I II experience. Good appearance 3790900Phone This Baby BlueG.
VALET and health
sential. Liberal benefitsand between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. T. 0.
I salary. Apply in person A 1967 model that's

6894 NW 7 Ave. Monday through Friday Sundays Included like new with bucket
between 10 a.m. and
Personnel F&M TV seats, operating con-
2 p.m., Dept.
I I II Mount Sinai Hospital of sole, power steering
836-1151 Greater Miami, 4300 Alton 425 E. 9th STREET brakes and air condi-
Miami Beach.
I I II Always Have Been An Phone and Salesman Will Call tioning.low One owner,
priced at:
I Dry Cleaning I II Equal Opportunity Employer $2195.00One

I At Its Very Best I II Owner

w Loaded with all the


PREMISES cameo yellow with .
.1 I
black vinyl top and
I I' I II matching interior.


I I II price at:

I Dade County only I II TRANSMISSION SEALS 0".27.21 $1 9 95 $1995.00TRADES

I black5anitonecertified; I II Includes Front aid Rear Seals &

master dry, cleaner.. 1 Co.lete IIt.laspectioa 50 DAY 4,110 MILE GUARANTEE


. I I Sanltone pay or Nits With APpro""C.lt For Acnrote DI.p..ls JECT TO CREDIT


i I Owner I
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r 30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969CLASSIFIED


DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY; 6 P. M. will present their 2nd Annual
.. Pre-Thanksgiving dinner at Rehung
-- Must be
the Liberty Square Community The OriginalLUSTRATONE experienced. Year
FOR SALE FOR SALE center, 6306 NW 14th Avenue, DRY round work. Liberal fringe

(\ I Friday, November 21at 6 p.m. benefits. hi
3 BEDROOMS FHA 7330 NW 8th Ave. CBS,2 bed- Room in private home for mid- CLEANING SERVICE

Drive by 2170 NW 81st Terr. room, garage, tile roof, oak dle age gentleman 969-3312 or Mrs. Marie Harrison is 642.4684 Juniors

Fenced, carporte,built-in kIt- floor, assume 63/4%mortagagetotal 696-7192 president.

chen $1,000 cash handles(vets price $17,000.00-NoQua- - RestaurantsApply
& 221 people less) To inspectcall lifyjhg. Downpayment can be Room In private home. Work- -
Gregor Relaty Broker flexible. Don't let this one getaway ing couple only. Call after 3 l JOLLIVETTE -I
887-0403 Aetna Realty (Broker), p.m., 7574149. :
811 NW 54th St., phone: 757- PROUDLY ANNOUNCES 3Qth and Collins Avenue
Very nice shoe shop. Good location 5724, Open til noon on Saturday 2 large bed roo m. Duplex. ACQUISITION 0 F Miami Beach

air conditioned, fully Hardwood floors, ,curtains,
equipped and stocked. Move heater, fan, stove, refrigerator -

right in. Call Wilson, Universal 2980 NW 88th St. Nice 2 bed- carport. Phone: 691-1647 54th ST. DRUG
Real Estate 751-8642. room, CBS,tile roof.Total price by 8:30: a.m. after 8 p.m. (no AFRICAN ','

$14,500.00 take over 5 1/4% children) EXPLORERS BEAT I
3 bedroom CBS House furnished mortgage $87.00 monthly pays STORE COLUMBUS TO THE i,
built-in kitchen and stove everything., Be first! Aetna One bedroom efficency for I NEW WORLD

$10,000. 6353857. Friday Fealty (Broker), 811 NW 54th rent. Deposit required, loca- : 1201 NW 54 St. BLACK ACTORS-

Sunday St., phone: 757-5724, Open til tion: 536 NW 47th St. GOOD FATHERS?
J noon on Saturday.
3 bedroom house, living room, Furnished room for rent, single 154.6401PRESCRIPTIONS Greg Morris 1

ly Fla. room, kitchen,oak floors, 585 NW 51stStreet-bedroom. man or woman. Call before Glynn Turman -
sprinkler, fenced, well land 1 bath, Fla. room, sprinkler 3 p.m.691-4193,1771 NW Lou Rawls -

scaped yard. $18,600. Rich ,system. FHA terms, total price 94th St.Room OUR SPECIALTYFREE John Copage .
mond Heights. Mar-Dan $13,000.0. Seller pays all clos- ONE BLACK

Assoc., H15-2557. ing costs, you pay one twenty to rent, nice home.3271 FATHER OUT OF
year FHA ,mortage. Bring your' NW'43rd Terr. PICK & DELIVERY j EVERY 13 WILL BE
deposit on tins onel!Aetna Realty' A
STYLISH & SPACIOUSFor (Broker), 811NW 54th St.,phone BECAUSE OF
entertaining or family living -
757-5724, Open til noon Satur- *
with 3 big bedrooms, 2 day. ,

baths, dens, Fla. room, living DELLA REESE
dining area, kitchen, 2-car Salesman $80.00 week COSTUME JEWELRY I ISLEY BROTHERS
2320 NW 141st Sreet CBS, 3 plus commission. Free Hos- II
garage and many extras. Call real bedrooms fenced carpet I
pitalization, free uniforms, BLACK COWBOY ,
887-9568 or 8211710. Ber- MONEY ORDERS
total $14,600.00, try $1,000.00 free retirement program and An original history. y
stein & Lewis Realtors
down and
assume existing
vacation chance for advance-
E-Z GREETING CARDS poster & Freel!
mortgage. monthly pay- ment
CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath carport ment includes everything. This SEPIA. The Action i'

tile roof, awning fenced one'won't last. Call now. Aetna Magazine. December:
yard. FHA $450 down $108 Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th MAIDS issue on newsstands. '
monthly. Atlantic & Pacific Good working conditions,
St., phone: 757-5724, Open til
Realtors 666-0411. noon on Saturday. steady work,apply housekeep
ing Golden Nugget Motel,'

Huge living room and Fla. 4620 NW 168th Terrace-Absolutely 18555 Collins Ave., Miami Help WantedPART

room. Lovely 3 bedroom 2 gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 Beach.
t bath house. In one of the most bath, carport, central heat, (Nov. 28)) I' 3't

exclusive sections Of Carol stove, refrigerator, carpet, OR FULL TIMEMUST
City. Extra nice kitchen,beaus freezer, washing machine and MISCELLANEOUSMADAM ROOM
tiful grounds. Fenced backyard more FHA $20,500,00 Seller ( BE 10 OR OVER)

,t large above-ground will pay all closing costs. KAYA OUTFITS
pool, close to schools. $5,000 Special downpayment for Vete- gifted,spiritualist reader Cashier Hostesses
down, assume low interest Don't and advisor. Guaranteed to *
rans. delay see today!
mortgage or refinance on FHA help. Advice on all problemslove
Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 NW
terms. Pan Am Realty, Real- 54th St., phone: 757-5724, Open marriage, courtship, Cooks' Utility HelpWaitresses z.
,tors 642-2934. til noon on Saturday. business transactions. Help Your Credit Is Good
find loved ones and lost arti- WE CARRY OUR

Large beautiful 4 bedrooms,2 NW 27th Court 3 bed- cles. Guaranteed help. She Waiters OWN ACCOUNTS
baths corner property. $1500 succeeds where ,others have
rooms baths magnificentpool
J down or will trade for smaller and patio. Fla. room cus- failed. She gives you lucky GOOD DEAL FOR OR BOOKCASE HIAD.

,?bouse. 16241 NW 21stAvenue. tom bar-be-que. Total 'price days and lucky numbers.Bles- JR.. COLLEGE STUDENTS' IOARD..Piu SOFA ws.BID 14OUDOMIAMFS. 'AKO

Two other houses as low as $23,500.00, FHA terms, Seller sed oil and lucky charms for MATCHING Of AM IN CHOKIor
down at the home. From 9 to 9 daily. COLORS.J-sitP TAMES
$800 other locations. ,
pays closing costs, this one EXPERIENCE DESIRED COCKTAIL TAME MHO 7-OtO
3737973. must be seen. Aetna Realty She is a true instrument of ORATOR LAMP$. APARTMMT

(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, God. She helps and heals by BUT NOT NECESSARYAPPLY .SIZE TRASTINOCHAIU DINETTE WITH..T.R .4 CON
Carol City. FHA $1,000 down. phone: 757-5724, Open til noon prayer. 688-9178 11601 NW I
$140 month. Modern 3 bed- on Saturday. 7th Avenue. (Dec. 12)I ) : PUTI.28'r

rooms, 2 baths, built-in kitchen

carport, large corner : ,
lot, with fenced yard. Tub in FOR RENTRoom will iron for you, in you home CHEST MIRROR' AND PANEL
Realtors 10035 or mine 696-3320 IED THIS All FORMICA IEO-
NW 7th Ave. DOBBS
to middle aged Christian ROOM SET COMES COMPLETE.
woman or gentlemen with KM SPRING 2 PILLOWS
meals or, kitchen privileges,. 9 A.M.-5 P. M., AND 2 lOVelY IAMPS. IN.
131 NW 53rdSt. FHA$450 ClUDED IS A 7-PC. FAMILY
Call before 7 after 7p.m. CHILDCAREChildcare MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
down. $115 month
: pays all.
Modern 3 bedroom CBS with : 633-5766. CONCOURSE #4 STEP TABLES AND COCKTAIL
six days, ages one TAIlf. DECORATOR LAMPS
large fenced yard.Tub in Real-
tors, 10035 NW 7th Ave.,758- Nowl! Waterfront retirement month to four years. I furnish
4429. living non-profit rentals, at diapers and food you bring ARE YOU TIRED? COMPLETICHOOSE $ r

Tropical Florida's finest ad' milk. Call 6352149. I WAITING FOR THE BUS!

131 NW 68th Terr.FHA Duplex dress. Conveniently close to WAITING.FOR SOMEONEI! FROM MODERN.
$1.700\ down, Modern CBS with downtown, beaches. Car un. HITCHING ANY RIDE I FRENCH SOFA SPANISH AND MATCHING OR ITALIAN
one 3 bedroom apt. and one 2 necessary. New hi-rise for CHAIR. END TASLES '
I t bedroom apt. Drive by then teachers and other retired DO YOUR OWN DRIVING COCKTAIL TABLE AND 2 FINE

:h call Tubin Realtors,10035 NW professionals. All facilities, We furnish late model dual-control air-conditioned cars TABLE LAMPS.WITH ROUND SWIVEL DINETTE BUCKET

7th Ave., phone: 7584429.Investor's activities for active retirement Oar Office is Open Monday Thru Saturday CHAIRS DESIGN BY IN MARMUR THE LATEST"TRIPLE

Write: CTA Towers, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. DRESSER WITH 2 TWIN
1809 Brickell Avenue Miami MIRRORS. HIGH BOY CHEST
special Com- AND QUEEN SIZE
mercial building now rented as Florida 33129, attention Mrs. PRIME DRIVING SCHOOL HEADBOARD INCLUDED" IS A

grocery store plus adjoining Pino, Coordinator Phone 377- i.r 4190 NW 32 AVE. PHONE: 634-3190 QUEEN MATTRESS SIZE AND'MATCHING FOAM
apartment lot. Apartments H.- G. Hawkins and J. E. Bills BEDROOM LAMPS.
may be added on top of grocery
CBS home for sale. Central COMPUTE.s coO
S ,rs store. Existing building is divided CROUP..
heat and air conditioning. 5261
into 2 stores, with sep HAS
arate meters. Excellent buy. NW 30th Ct. phone: 691-8493. HELP WANTED
See 1399 NW 61st St. Phone IMMEDIATEOPENINGS ,
666-0411 Atlantic and Pacific Room for a nice sober ,lady.
Realtors. 633-2231, 1090 NW 51st St. FOR NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

JANITORSPART Young Man Middle Age Man Old ManI

FOR SALE BUSINESS I need a lot attendent to help keep our cars

Profitable grocery meat, Rooms for rent, close to bus TIME NIGHTS looking good after they have been cleaned.
market, beer and wine on main stop. Please do not call if not Good Pay Will teach all phases of
operation to good
street of Coconut Grove.Doing interest, man only. Phone: Fringe Benefits man.
over $11,000 business per 6917034.StoresRichmood. Fair starting pay and Increase as youleamjob. to/so

month. Money maker Low Apply In Parson; Good working conditions and hours., Applyat I'I
overhead. Return your Invest 399 NW 2.d AVENUE or calf! Used Car Manager.

ment in 1 year. Terms to responsible I His.Shop- M/F 3 p... to FRANK i
Atlantic ping Center Richmond Enterprises p.m.i:4.1) EDELEN BUICK I
buyer. and ('I ) 2180' NE 2nd AVE: I
r e Pac Realtors, 666-0411. weekly CE5-54W, F


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 21, 1969 31 .

,'I Opa-locka Civic Club NORTHWESTERNCLASS Phone:

The Opa-locka Civic activities success; the club Is also soliciting OF '60 WIGS BY 11111 633-1714
I'' Our first alumni meeting
are In high gear. The assistance In its plan-
; will be held on December 4 Fill/i/
membership is busyprepatingand ning to deliver Thanksgiving WALTERS BOBBY'S
Thursday at 8 p.m. In the auditorium -
miking the necessary fin- baskets to the needy; equally INTERIORS
al arrangements to insure the Important is the club's project High. All of 1960 Northwestern Sr. 6011 N.W. 7th Ave. 751.6521
graduates are
success of its annual Thanks- designed to rectify and im- r Custom-Made
requested to attend this meet-
Afro Ball. The ball will prove the livingconditionsandfacilities TOP DUALITY WIGS '
giving Ing, business of vital Impor 'i Bobby Marquess, owner
be held at Continental Clubon of the 22nd avenue t.J .
tance. Please contact Carl E, STRETCH WIGS DRAPERIES
November 27th, (Thanksgiving apartments in Opa-locka. BEDSPREAD
Mitchell *
r, 'night.) Other club acti- In order to be able to do Natural ,Look representative Barber AFRO NATURALS 'S p VALENCES
vities Include a current fund more, the club extendsa 4207 NW 17th Avenue. Shop, BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES X, ** FESTOONS
raising drive to help completethe standing invitation to com- ,
purchasing of football uni- munity residents and visitorsto '
form:; and equipment for the attend any of the weekly
youths at Ingram park; the meeting held at The House of wwmtwjwjt

club's bi-monthly dance (for Alberts, 15035 NW 22nd Ave., SAVE MONEY & TIME:
t'' youth) at the recreational park each Tuesdayafternoonat7:30 XMAS,SHOP at wholesale
r (Ingram) is proving to be a .p.m. Import prices. AFRICAN "SAY IT LOUD"
PRINT Cottons for Doihl-{
kes{ dresses; Earring, TOM WASHINGTONDry
Rings, Neeklaeat Banges

AUTO INSURANCE etc.Africa Incise, Caftans, India Cards, .Mid. Cleaning & Laundry -.1
" Low Premium Rates ;... ... ....II to friends at
Low Monthly Payments home and at work. Catalog \
4 Locations to serve you
Immediate SR-22 Filings rr
.;-.,.;1 I Wt' 109 W. 82 St., NYC 10024 PLANT

s, OFFICE HOURS: 1342 NW 62nd Street. Tel: 691.9649 FRANKEDELEN
Men. Thru Frl. 9: -7'00BROWN '( /J'' ,
Sat. 9)30-4:00 11' STORE NO. 2

': REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY BEST NEIGHBORHOOD! 210 NW 7th St. Mary Elizabeth..Tel. 373-9171

4740 NW 7th Avenue 500 NW 41 STREET STORE NO. 3
4410 NW 17th Ave. Fluff Center BUICK CO.
Owner lives In beautiful 2 7632 NW 22nd Avenue Helping to build USED CAR PHONE
bedronm house and Income Week's Special our community.
from other house pays all Where quality comes first WE THANK YOU 314-1736
ASS costs.. You must see the
ar' panelled living room modern Mon.-Wed.-Fri. Till 9:00
Tues.-Thurs-Sat. Till 6:00
BROKERS eot'in kitchen and recreation
3074 NW 79TH ST
n U room. Total price
*. If No Answer: 19500. Buyer
can qualify
693-4772 A'cA1' 759-6500 for FHA and move In with THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ECONOMY CAR
y $1350 cash. Drive by and
see. Then call for appointment Big six automutic with
FHA-CBS. 4 bdrms, 2 baths, LR, din area, Irge : "...... air conditioning. 1967
fi,, kitchen, screened porch, util rm, bar-b-q, pool, M. ROGERS Realtor "
,t F. $18,000, $1,300 down, 146.54 mo. puts all. 941-5129 F-85. One owner, low
mileage. Now priced at:
FHA-CBS-WATERFRONT. Tile rf, 3 bdrms, 1 .
": ::::::-"* -::: :::::: :: :::: :: :::$::::::::::::Z::: '
bath, LR, din rm, kitch, Florm, 2 util rms, crprt, ., : : :- / $1595
porch, $2,100, $2,600 dn, $160 mo. pa LaJI, ;: .. |:: myIdressmaker

FHA-CBS-LARGE BEAUTY. 4 >bdr'ms, '2 baths, : :; 66 SKYLARK

LR, din area Irge modern kitch, Irg enclosed Fla ,. :;:; :; 66 LaSABRE

' rm, patr ",2.utl: rms, sprinklers, fenced, $2,000, 1 r 2 real nice and real

$2,000 down, $177.75 mo. pays all. '.:. BOUTIQUE :. clean cars. Both low

,BEAUTIFUL EL PORTAL. 3 bdrms, 1 bath,.LR, |j "Styles for the mileage and one owner
kitch, dh area, util rm, prch, tile rf, CBS, landscaped -
:: :: cars.Today either one
''' '.... :
t, corner, $22,500, $5,000 dn, $146.30 mo. = !H:'i.a.:
| fashion minded
or your own financing. I $1595.00 f

corner ,bldg, on NW 22nd Ave., cor. 80th $t. Ap- today"t= $3195.00 IS A
prox. 3,000 sq. ft. for stores, offices or light In- I :I:;: Sizes 7-15 $389.00 THIS WEEK $359.00 SPECIAL PRICEOn

. dustry. $28,000, $7,500 down. $200 mo. : = '. LOW DOWN PAYMENT this 1968 Electra
I i 6026 N.W.
I CORNER cash 225 Custom with
DUPLEX LOT $3,300 I power
II I }:I:: 7th Ave. .:{ 8 SPEAKERS WITH SLIDING DOORS brakes--power steer
::::$::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ing, power windows,

power seats, door
locks white walls
,i ,I OTHERS FROM $299.00 ,

Progressive, medical PHONE NOW vinyl roof. one owner
I Now Under New. Management I :
complex adding to staff. 20,000 car.
I I Desire personnel orlen ted TV's STEREOS
I & Ownership II individual with high

I standards, training and 22,000 Original Mileson

I II experience. Good appearance 3790900Phone This Baby BlueG.
VALET and health es-
sential. Liberal benefits between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m.
I and salary. Apply in per- A 1967 model that'slike

6894 NW 7 Ave. son, Monday through Fri Sundays Included new with bucket
day, between 10 a.m. and
F&M- TV seats, operating con-
2 p.m., Personnel Dept..
I I II Mount Sinai Hospital of sole, power steering
836-1151 Greater Miami, 4300 Alton 425 E. 9th STREET brakes and air condi-

Miami Beach. tioning. One
I I II Always Have Been An Phone and Salesman Will Call low priced at: owner,

I Dry Cleaning I II Equal Opportunity Employer 3, 0 fl 0 0 tt QJ )jy> OJ 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 Q 0 0 OOttHgOOQPOP.gP.ll3L. $2195.00 (::.,

I At Its Very Best I II T One Owner

I I t ROYAL 1966 T- BIRD

4 I Ir Loaded with all the


PREMISES cameo yellow with .r;

1I black vinyl top and
I / matching interior.


I / ) I II price at:
SEALS 0... 27-31 $19 95
I Dade County's, only I II TRANSMISSION $1995.00TRADES

I black Sanitone certified I II Includes front and R.eI' Seals A
rooster dry cleaner.. 'I Complete Internal Inspection 10 DAY, 4,110 MILE GUARANTEE


I Sanltone Day Of Nit With Approved.C.4It For Accurate Diagnosis JECT APPROVAL.TO CREDIT BANK


Owner i
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