The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 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
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I Black Community Tired Of Politic an's Promises I I

t|j Promises, promises, promises! That might be the tune -torial board when it interviewed for endorsements In the was never discussed at the meeting. Promises !11 11! Promises I

|; of the Miami Times editorial l board today. Why?Its sim- recent city of Miami election included City Commissioners I 11 I ,
ij: pie Several weeks ago MiamiTimes editorial writer Bill Daye Kennedy, Irwin Christie and Mayor Steve Clark. Are we members of the black community evergolng to tf
{% McBride brought to light the segregate policies of the Po- All vowed "I'll see that its taken care of right awayatthe be able to trustand relie on what politicians tell us? After
;: lice Benevolent Association which operates a canteen on first Commission meeting after the election." this latest episoce,. we truly doubt it. }

: city of Miami property (at the City jail). Well, that first City Commission meeting was h ld last And many people wonder why our young people are
% '. Despite, verbal promises by city officials, noactionhasbeen Wednesday, November 19,1969. It lasted into the evening sick and tired of talking at conference tables. Promises,
t taken to date. Those Hiking the promises to the edi- but according to the City Clerk's office the PBA situationS promises, promises 111 t I.
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.. Housing Task Force Wheels In Motion In Model Cities !IThe

Model Cities Physical Headed by Mrs. Mary Fluk- At present, the stage for the landlords and a constant stateof sentation of the public's' wish :, .

Environment, Housing and er, Task Force Chairman,the envisioned building revolutionis ill-repair. es.
Transportation Task ForcE team is tackling problems on cluttered with the story Because of the large mount
The task force's first
has set legislative and land, a simultaneous basis; with structures left by a city on the of legislative changes proposed -
planning wheels in motion to thrusts of incorporation, move; rat-infested, concrete priority project is the Model by the task force, special
City Development Corporationa
make the Model Cities area Washington lobbying and long- cocoons that are characterized subcommittee is being organized l, ,

more: than a set of slums.(range architectural planning... by high rents, absentee poration community-controlled for developing cor-new arm to direct of the the team political action 1 ,"

housing and rehabilitating the With' the assistance of the
old homes and in'
apartments American Friends Committee (
Consecutive the 7.3 square miles of manifested (
on Legislation from Washington .
47 Years Serving poverty. D.C., well versed in housing c.c.
The Greater Although the corporation legislation, proposals will ,
Miami Community project has already been beset be to speed up, the Minimum(
by the concern of federal officials Housing Code, Enforcement

,.'funding by the U.S. Department procedures. In practical K-4--' .
ofsousingandUrban"Development terms this action will eli MARY FLUKERj;'
is one legality minate the continued delay of
SEE OUR REAL ESTATE away from being accomplish landlords asked to comply with The Task Force expects to
SECTICH ON PAGE 31. ed. When the corporation is a the code. invite proposals from com- !
reality, a majority of the Also slated for a legislative mercial and freelance artists
Board of Directors will be appointed proposal will be the assertionin throughout Miami for an "en.
from the Model City program form of, tenant vironmental design" theme
Vol. 47, No.. 14 MIAMI. I FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1969 15* community for a true repre- rights and an ordinance prohi- for the entire community.The'
biting evictions based on retaliation selected winner would then
for complaints to the be commissioned to developthe
SPECIAL REPORTDorsey 'Code Enforcement Division. design for the entire com-

with their to the munity.
Always eyes
future, the task force is finalizing ,Although the Model City
Howard's Plight : Feeding 10 plans for participationfrom area's projected fire station

University of Mia mi Architectural construction has been delayed

People With $110 A Month fessors would Department be in the form pro-of indefinitely restraints because facing of the financial \

ideas and proposals on the Fire Department, the provi-
... Comprehensive Community sion of just such a station was
Dorsey Mae Howard is a woman In a'positiontospeakasasym- when the monthly check arives -:- give' It to you. My case work- Center site at NW 22nd Ave. written Into the Task Force

She was born enough bol or a representative. ,of a in the mail,_Dorsey, Mae ewasyeryticq tbeone. Ume. and MthSt.. .,property schedul: plan and will be consideredfor
years' gO to make her manner group, tamable to tell you thatI must, seek as much help from'. 1 saw her.-' 'ed for purchase by HUD. possible financial backing
mature and flexible to the fists' *a$ shocked when first read' neighbors and distant family What' does the future hold The outcome of the Uni, through the Task Force.,
of poverty. She Is' soft-spoken of 'the decrease.. A newspaper relatives as they 'can muster for' Dorsey Mae Howard, mother versity's Involvement is expected On paper, the butter fly-like
and slightly shy but will scold will tell you facts, list dates, just to make sure there Is. of nine whose voice to be a totally new con- birth of such an architectural-
and scrub any of her nine children names and figures but they some dinner every night until sounds light for the first time cept for the area's "down- ly sound and pleasing; city.appears
If that will assure their doA't tell you how the mothers the next check arrives when she describes the new .town" of public building, com not only necessary but
ascension Into a world that hurt til they could cry when "I don't really think the surplus juices she received? mercial facilities and housing. somehow nearly effected. ,
doesn't worry about hunger or they find'out there's even less when the monthly check arrives "I really don't know what Recently Task Force Chair- It is not. Thousands of
how to get a second-hand coat. to feed their babies with.," In the mail, Dorsey Mae ril do when that January check man Mary Fluker visited L'- poor Miamians will be relo !
must seek as much help from comes. rye asked forasmuch Enfant Plaza in Washington, cated.
Dorsey Mae Howard is a Mrs. Howard, anxious to
and distant family from brother and his site of To assure that the transition
neighbors help my D.C., the a graphic design
mother who must support her help' her :family out of the situatIon -
relatives as they can muster wife as they can afford to give. project and brought back is successful, the Task
children with the help of of surplus foods andbad
and is just to make sure there is When the Welfare woman calls such innovative ideas for the Force has planned a Housing
State Welfare Office housing has enrolled in
but some dinner every night until me and tells about the cut, community planners as efficient Opportunity Center that be act
grateful that they're there ECH's concentrated Employment -
divided ten the next check arrives. I may accept It to be nice but street hardware, com 'as a "one-stop" information
$110 a month by Program which demands
"I don't really think the rye have to think of something bining directional sign holders source on all housing programs
mouths to feed makes. very hf energy and concentration
Welfare people think about ." and streetlight poles with litter in the Model City area
series of meals. for eight hours, every day until -
meager the program's year.isup. much when they make out the Dorsey Mae Is no colon receptacles. and depository of records on ,
When Mrs.Howard was asked check. They're nice enough ist's Virginia.She knows thereis Revolving kiosks that new housing available all I
how she felt about the 'Tm hoping that there'll bea when' you talk to them but I no Santa Claus and the coming "quietly and in good taste advertise through the Greater Miami
scheduled cut in her monthly Job that will let me supportmy don't see any realization in of 1970 will be the 'proof the streets shopping area. The benefits of housing l l
stipend, her answer was kids !in a decent way," she their faces. You're a case to of the pudding. spots" will alsobe consideredfor counseling will be available to
courteous and controlled of .said quietly. them. And they have to handle Dorsey Mae is not J just a wo adaptation to the Model City anyone interested In improving -
\ underlining emotion. Although seven of the Howard you. They don't even explain man--she's a hellava woman. design. their, home or' moving.
children are In school. how they arrive at the figure
'.you know rye never beenNAACP and qualify for free lunches, they do give you. They just

I Launches AttackOn 6

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Lily-White Suburbs ... .._,..-
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New York- an effort to income families. At the same Mr. Morris says that "re. ""-, w ly rr
breach the iron noose which, time, the NAACP called upon strictive local planning and
in the main, confines Negroes the Department to reject the zoning practices are the new
to the inner-core cities, the toW 's applicationforrecerti- er, subtle methods being employed
National Association for the ffcation of its ,Workable Pro-, by whites to limit! the
Advancement of Colored People gram for Community Im locations where blacks can
has launched an attack upon provement.The live." He contends that "vir
restrictive suburban zoning petition rezoning alleges tually all remaining vacant
codes. that the Oyster Bay laws land is located in the suburban

With sources of employment "were systematically excluding areas circling the inner city
drying up within the cities as low and moderate income and that this land is out of the

industry moves,out, it Is imperative and minority group families reach of the people who most
that housing be made front pining access ito new' need housing space.
available to black workers in housing anywhere In the township "We can no longer be con
the suburbs, William R. Morris ," It says that land-use tent merely to protect our own
,, the NAACP housing director regulations tend "to mullify neighborhoods but we mast become
said in announcing the the effectiveness of fair hous- prepared to do battle out
drive. ing laws." in the townships and villages

As an Initial step, the Association The situation "is particularly to lower zoning barriers and
has filed a petition critical for non-white families thereby create new opportunities -

with Michael Petito town supervisor who are compelled to for non-whites and lower. SEARS &. ROEBUCK FOUNDATION GIVES 'SI,000'TO FMC LIBRARY
of Oyster Bay, seek find dousing in a locations income groups seeking housing
from left to right Leroy Thompson, head librarian Boyd II. Leybum,
rezoning of the Long Island where they pay exorbitantrents closer to today's jobs at Reading ;
village ing to permit constructionof for substandard facilities prices they can affordtopay. Jr., personnel director of South Florida Sears and Roebuck Development Fund andR.
." W. president.PKY .
housing for low and middle / Puryear



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I Miss CEP Coronation Set For Northwesternvited EOPI Director To Be Feted ,I
The carnation of Miss CEPIs nation on December 3, 1969at to attend. ed by popular ballot,among the With Testimonial Dinner
I getting closer with the passing ): 7:30 p.m., in NorthwesternSr. There were over 20 appli- active CEP trainees. Miss ,j
of each day. The winner High Schol's auditoriumand cants for the Miss CEP con- CEP is to represent the agency \
will be announced at the coro4frS. the public is cordially in- test. A panel consisting of CEP throuhout 1969-70 in various EO P I Executive Director
executive personnel was community functions, commencing Mirie S, Carl will be honored
composed specifically tc, with te Orange Blos- with,a testimonial dinner at the
choose ten finalists.These ten som Classic Parade on De- DuPont Plaza Hotel on Da.:.
Schedule Of Classic finalists were selected on the cember 6, 1969 in which she 12, 1969 for her "dedicationto
basis of total accomplishments and her attendants will ride on the fight in Dade Countyto
rather than eliminate the causes of pov
; beauty the CEP float.
& Festival EventsMonday alone. The ten finalists are: The coronation is to be a erty."
Paulette McCoy age 22; gala event. Not only will Miss Plans for the testimonialwere
Betty Jo James, age 22; CEP be crowned but there will announced this wfekbya
November 17, Mr. Robert Strapp and S.W. Geneva Williams, age 19; be presentations by various select committee of neighbor
Orange Blossom Classic Tic- Conoly). Carol Collins, age 18; Daisy dignitaries and entertainmentfor hood residents and staff members 4
kets go on sale in Miami Area. Saturday; December 6, Williams, age 18; Patricia all. Various civic celebrities and follows, the editorial
(Person in Mr.Arthur 10:00 Coaches and column last week by Miami
charge: a.m. Tyler, age 21; Patricia Walker are expected to attend,
Laskey, University of Miami. Players Brunch, BarcelonaH age 25; Jean Johnson, age including: City Commissioner Times! editorial writer Bill
Monday,December 1,12:00 ot e 1. Sponsored by Woolworth 25; Joyce Travis, age 20 and Athalie Range; Model Cities McBride.In .
noon, Press Luncheon Du- Stores through B1C As Brenda Evans, age 22. Director Gordon Johnson; his column, MtBrlde'toldof
pont Plaza Hotel (Persons in sociates. (Person In charge: The winner will be select- Hon. Chuck Hall. how Mrs. Carl was' dedicated -: spokesman "She surely dot
,charge: Mr. Roosevelt Wilson :Mr. Jim Mack). to the goals of the antipoverty serves; All the praise we can
and Miss Castell Vaughn.) 12:30 p.m. parade No. 2 A WitnessIn program in Miami. heap on her-and even more
Negro Singer
Wednesday, December3, 12 Liberty City(William J. Stir- Having served as executive for the fine job she's done
noon, Orange Blossom Classic rup, Parade Marshall;Colonel director of the EOPI of Dads since she has been in MiamJ."
Headquarters and Information Samuel Washington, Coordi- 'Bunny' Murder Case Countyor the past 16 months, Soma of the leading officialsin
Center opens at the Barcelona nator). M4 s. carl will be feted by hun- Da jll County and throughoutthe
Hotel. (Miss Castell Vaughn, 3:00 5:00 p.m. Post Parade Negro soul singer Jackie hospital and Judge R.E. dreds of "people who! care"at state are expected to attend -
Miss M.D. Lightsey, Mr. Nathaniel Teenage Record Hop. Wilson posted $200 bond yes- Jones ordered him to appear the December 12th affair. the gala affair,w!iich will
Powell and Colonel Sponsored byRoyalCrownCo- terday in Atlanta as a material yesterday. "It's our little way of tel- startat7p.m, Tickets for the
Samuel Washington.) la, (Company): RepresentativesMessrs. witness in the slaying of a Calloway is accused of ling Mrs. Carl how fortunate affair are $5.00 each and maybe \
Thursday, December 4, C.J. Smith Dl I and white former Playboy Club shooting his wife,five times in we feel we are in having someone ,. obtained by enclosing payment -
University Representativesvisit John Norwood). bunny whose husband is her apartment): last Friday. of her caliber direct our with the coupon found on ,
local schools. 7:40 8:00p.m.PreGame charged with,murder Jones ordered him held for a poverty, program," said A page four
Friday, December 5, 6:00 Show and Special Awards, hearing in Superior Court. :J
a.m., Arrival FAMU's- Orange Bowl. (In charge: Dr. The husband,DennJs..B.ca- .."JIi\:...., t r. r
Marching Band, McAllister W.& Foster). loway,' said in: a stateme I
Hotel, 1Q Biscayne Boulevard. '7:55 p.m. Introduction of read in Municipal): Court Mon ,
(In charge: Dr. W.P. Foster). Players. day that he had been threat- FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
Friday, December 5, 7:00 8:00 p.m. Orange Blossom ened and warned to stay away MODERATE RATES CALL "
a.m., Arrival of Rattlers Classic Game. from his wife by one of Wil-
Football Team,Barcelona Ho- 9:45 p.m. Half time Show son's bodyguards.
tel, Collins Avenue, Miami and Speical Awards(In chargeDr. BONDED
Beach. (In charge: Coach A.S. W.P. Foster and Mr. Ed- Wilson had been subpoenaedto !
Gaither). die Jackson). the hearing Mondaybut
Friday, December 5, 9:30 11:30: p.m.Open for Alumni collapsed before being calledto
a.m., get Acquainted Break- Activities. testify. He was'sent to a RENTAL
fast, Holiday Inn, 42nd Street .a
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News Media Can't Forgive Spiro T. ,

Of PropagandaSpiro

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T. couldn't have totally forgiven the press for

not knowing his name at first. But whether it is his

pride or a penchant for pouncing In a petty way, Spiro
certainly has sounded off since election day.

Now, we of the press would never think of begruding
the Vice President the right to public dissent.But we

do wish we could credit him with the same tolerance.We < .. '
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are in an unusual editorial position of not havingto .# j 7 J'it } ;,

hunt or home out arguments to support our stand of .t1{ J ? } J iil" ... Y.i; <'4 1t r lb:
i m .' lA''t'l" :;;;,'4n..Pt, t'" J; .f'J" To Be
free We Intend to and will < Equal
speech, speak freely we extend # -'""f <
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this privilege to Spiro T. ,,/1: ', 'fJil, !'!' ,.. L-- .
It is however that the American .
interesting right every -
It was a case of conscience. Forty-five United States Sena- by Whitney M. Young Jr.
has to voice his opinion does not necessarily imply
tors had balloted to bring "conflict of Interest" back Into the
Executive Director National Urban League
that truth, wisdom or intelligence will be reflected in
winners' circle. That classic but flagrant financial nepotismthat
the spoken phrase.In : .
nudges Judges to favor_ officiallytheir own sourceof
a way, the "official" people of our country hold income, threatened t become a cherishedA merican con-
our rights and privileges symbolically, And since the Television Under FireVice

Vice President mirrors our cherished Inheritance of cept.Then Justice prevailed. Justice of the people, by the peo- President Agnew's attack on television news coverage
being permitted to speak out, It Is not absured for us to
ple, for the people" did not perish.Fifty-five representativesof has opened up a hornet's nest. Angry TV executives denied
wish that he would make more sense, when he does the public wish would not and did not allow Circuit Court that newscasts are biased, and other Washington officials

speak publically. Judge Clement Haynsworth to have the powerfilled chair of made statements that sounded ominously like the application of
First of all, Mr. Agnew denies the old and possibly Supreme Court Justice. federal pressure for self-censorship of dissent.

superficial adage that "50,000 frenchmen can't be Below the surface there is still unsightliness of motive. We've heard some of the accusations against the media be-
wrong". We don't disagree on this point with the Vice Senators surrendered the decision be-
Many to, proper only fore, but some are new.Television has certainly been guilty of
President. After all errors are many times made in cause of the.unfortunate parallelof Abe Fortas. .
,, overemphasizing the dramatic at the expense of responsible
mass numbers and with mass agreement,as in the case If Fortas was forced to resign from a slated position of dissent in the past, but my impressionhasbeen that the situa-

of pre World War n Germany.But Chief Justice, because of murky reminders that he was capable tion has greatly improved. anything,the media undercoveredthe

it seems unprofessional to accuse a number of of bending rules to better himself,then why allow Hayns- dignified anti-war demonstrations in Washington last week.

Network telecastors of bending public opinion when It worth to run riot over similar moralities? But one of the accusations leveled against the broadcasters -

is well known that these news people are channels Although this renewed glory of self-governing people is is that they "do not represent the views, of America."
through which news flows from 101 cities and 101 per-' slightly tinged by some Senators' need to "play it safe," rather It is dangerous to require newsmen to represent majority

sonalities. than have press and public pronounce them inconsistent, viewpoints. The tremendous educational potential television

Editorials without the announced intention do exist inpapers the overall result still revitalizes the spirit of the American would be lost if networks faithfully hewed the line set by ma-

magazines and air time. Every word we speak courts system. jority opinion.

has meanings that Influence the emotions,but to assert Possibly the most intriguing aspect of the Haynsworth af- Let's face it -- none knows what"majority" thinks. Of-

flatly that there is colusion by a chosen few to cultivatea fair is speculation over the suspected political machinations ten "majority" opinion is simply uninformed prejudice, and

desired public opinion. We wonder, if President Nix that sought to outway selection of a properly qualified candi- television coverage helps broaden the knowledge of people so

on's speech had been wholeheartedly endorsed by the date. their opinions can be better grounded on facts.
media would Agnew have attacked the press for slanting As speculation'would have It, a newly installed administration Television may have sorely neglected the full story of black

news. Can It be that degrees of criticism found in the was in the midst of passing out party favors. Since Strom Americans .- their contributions to our society, their hopes

-pruss-are the RGw acceptable standards for shouting Thurmond had enspred a number of southern votes for Nixon, and aspirations, their daily lives.-but it has also brought the

"propaganda"? was it feasible that Haynsworth, from Thurmond's own state, plight of the black and the poor to national attention through

Censorship is a narrow world.Of course,Agnew disclaims had alone been? catapulted into the candidate's position on that basis superior news coverage and special programming.In .

any such motive, saying that what he sought was fact, television's biggest shortcoming comes not from
i reliable and accurate reporting. But his actions subse- Of course, the official friend of Southern Conservative failing to present majority views, which it does all too well,

quent to his Iowa' and Alabama speeches, suggest a Haynsworth, Attorney General, John Mitchell, was obviously but from its failure to present enough diversity of opinion.The .
in political agreement with the CIRCUIT Judge, but was he no
watchdog tendancy. public airwaves shouldbe used to reflect as much diver-
I also a directed action arm of the President's ,cabinet?
is that the media's audience America sity as possible.Our multi-colored multi-national society demands -
y It hoped -- This, it goes without saying, is not a garden-of-eden first. ,
i will always be curious enough, interested: enough and Other politicians have been in the political position of adequate representation for all groups if A merlcans are
concerned enough to get the full story.We as Information back supporters and vote-getters. What is paying to be aware of the cultural diversity of our population.And .

givers lose the essence of our role if the results however, Is the lack of surprising, television needs to become more relevant to people in
I party perception. It is one thing to
of our labors are slid over or ignored.And, indeed, we squeeze a southern,conservative into the Supreme Court but neighborhoods... New technology can open up new TV chan-
lose our pride of professionalism if we do not want the quite another to present. a potential Associate Justice while nels channels that ought to be turned over to community
' readers of our words to be stimulated into further investigation his slip was showing groups and operate for the benefit and interest of their lo-

of any subject for better understanding, of Possibly, Haynsworth's backers thought blsantl-laboratti- calities. True citizen participation can result in neighborhood-
the world situation. tude was antagonistic to run programs and services.
enough prevent further
digging. And one big area in which the networks can improve their
Obligation of the press and every other,aspect of the No matter what mirage they were blinded by, however, It'performance is in for minority
affording more opportunities
mass media is great. But the most revealing statementwe did not prevent them from stalling subsequent senate hearings performers.
can make as accredited members is that we when te going got rough.
Leslie Uggams for is the first black singer to havea
With faith in Haynsworth's example,
understand our obligation and intend to fulfill it. "strict constructionist" image
failing now under regular weekly variety hour It's abit late in the day for such
What would happen if the Vice President's two for time- time in investigation which the Commander, senate floor in Chief friends could fought "first's," and indicates that much remains to be done in
speeches persuaded reporters to give favorable coverage swing
votes over to flood opposition.As providing black entertainers with national showcases.
I for the duration of Nixon's term in office? Would
you the public have complete or even partial confi- it turned out even "time" was not on Haynsworth's side Miss Uggams' show was cynically placed in the "suicide
dence in what you read. and a cool majority minced no words in weeding him out of slot" opposite two popular programs with such strong ratings
the official frontline. that it was doomed to failure.The absurd laws of TV's ratings
Would you take the stand that we were guilty and now All's well that ends well? Not necessarily There is still a game meant certain death for the show,
after having our wrists slapped, are now reporting accurately vacancy In the Supreme Cout, one that will eventually have to
? Accuracy being complete approval of the pre- be filled. The reason for delay,of course,is that now it is late Announcement that it would be dropped,caused pained reac-
sent government's policies. in the session and the necessary proceedings could not be tions from black viewers. It further endangered opportunities

This is not an era of history that has unnecessaryfear completed in time. But the new year is upon us and there will for black performers and backstage personnel.

of official reprimmand in its veins. be conservative another candidate.will come It is accropplng.highly possible that another southern If broadcasters had equality in their programming and in

President Nixon and Vice President Let prime-time casting, there would be many more shows headed
Agnew are us hope that when the White House makes its New Year
leaders--leaders to be followed when the public is in resolutions, top priority will be given to finding somewhereout by would black be performers of little and the rise or fall of any particular one
significance. The of Individual
accord with their views. thee in the roots of
for grass a Judge with a taste are less Important than the principalthatallgroups should be
But even as leaders, these two well-known repre- Judicial temperament. adequately represented the
on public airwaves.It's .
sentatives of the United States do not have the right to There are always those whose curiosity reached beyond the

edit commentaries of their own speeches. highly-touted headline. "But what of Haynsworth?" Just possible that the barrage of criticism from Wash-
f In an Ironic and almost imperceptible way,fortune smiled on ington will panic broadcasters to go slow on Innovations in the

the South Carolina Circuit Judge of Appeals. For no matter future. That would be a disaster Diversity,not the stifling of

what decision he would have handed down, the cloud of sus- dissent and controversy, are what both television and the nation -
picion would hover. need. I

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General Electric's ANO HEREAFTER f R


Most Important ProductThirteen 5

unions and 150,000 workers are now on strike
against General Electric. If these workers were striking to -
achieve benefits only for themselves--benefits that are right- '
fully theirs and long overdue--their struggle would be worth fT/jRES :
supporting. But the issues in this strike go far beyond the contract y.
that must be negotiated, far beyond even the welfare of I
the workers and their families. At stake in the G. E. strikeIs

the security of every worker in America, black or white, 1 1LOUISIANA's
and the future of the collective bargaining process. YOUR

The striking unions have taken on a formidable opponentin SCHOOL OVER
G. E. which in the past has used sophisticated anti-union ,
techniques to considerable advantage. By offering benefitsto 1
some workers and not to others, by holding separate talks -- \ w.
with individual unions, often with each local within a union, _-
and by establishing a national teletype network informingG. E. '
central headquarters of each union's every move,thereby enabling '" /
the company}: to plan a coordinated counter-strategy \ FREEDOM OF-CHOICE'MEANS .
E. has kept its opposition weak and divided. But today, unlike I
in the past,the unions are united(they even have their own i
teletype. network) and have established a coordinated bar- .
gaining committee. "

Having achieved union solidarity, they must now confront h
another obstacle--G. E.'s policy of Boulwarism. Originatedin : u'.a.S
1947 by Lemuel Boulware, the director of employe re-
lations for G. E., this policy is at once a challenge to the en- COMPLIANCE..NO SUUTERFUGEl 1
tire process of collective bargaining and an insult to the di-
eilty of the workers.The company practicing Boulwarlsm plays,
the role of a benevolent Dictator. The workers In this situa-

tion have no rights but only privileges granted from on high. Black ProfilesOf [LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ;
The workers are "privileged" to accept The Offer made by
the company whenever a contract must be signed. Indeed, e" ,
they must accept The Offer for G. E. will never make an-
other one. Its policy is "take it or leave it.. It is ironic CourageBy AN OPEN LETTER TO RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
that G. E., which Is one of the major propagandists for-"free
enterprise" (its propaganda Is pure right-wing vintage)should Lou LuTour I Dear Rabbi Kipper;
engage In authoritarian and paternalistic practices which one Your letter appearing in the Miami Times last week asking \
usually associates with the Soyiet Union. The Hon. Mayor Richard Gordon Hatcher of Gary, Indiana what you can do about black/white polaric situation sounded -

By coincidence, on the very day the strike began, the U. S. continues to be a champion of Right,even as Speaker in supportof pretty sincere. I was particularly Impressed with your con-
about the hate of blacks that be
cern "ensuing may planted"in
Vietnam Moratorium the in
This is
Court of Appeals declared Boulwarism an unlawful bargaining Day during Rally Gary
the mind of your son as a result of the "ganging-up" inci-
not unusual since Mayor Hatcher rose to prominence in Gary
practice in that it "amounts to a declaration on the partof '
the company that not only the'union,but the process of col. politics by championing i the"rightS of the underprivileged. dieis dent at school.
lective bargaining itself be this always a champion ''for' that which he feels is right. Let me offer a few suggestions:
may dispensed with. Despite
((1) Admit, first of all, that there is a preponderant differ-
His convictions stem from his 12th'of
own experience the
decision, G: E.,refuses to budge. Its,intransigence remains a
ence In the psyche of blacks and whites the vast ma-
; e.g., .
13 children born to Carlton and Catherine
Hatcher whose
threat to its own employees and to workers in other i ndus- I
jority of white people are taughttospeakup and be somebody.Until .
tries where companies might practice their own brand of Boul- family ties and attachment to the church pulled them through
warlsm. many difficult days. After graduating from Michigan City'sElston recently, most black people have been taught to shut up
High School, he enrolled at Indiana University.His college because they were nobody, nohow. (Is that any way to lower
The G. E. strike is also significant for other ,workers: in thatit education was financed by a small athletic scholarship anda self-esteem? You bet it isl!)
Is a prelude to negotiations in the trucking,meatpacking,rub- church grant help from his (2)) When you come Into contact with black people, be yourself -
ber, and automobile industries. Inall of these negotiations, the brothers and sisters and a job (You said some of your best friends ) Don't bend
companies will counting on the support public opinion, and waiting tables, Mayor Hatcherwas over backwards or lean forward to make black people feel
in appealing for this support they will echo Mr. Nixon's plea to awarded the B.S.;Degree I comfortable (poor posture detracts from your appearance)
halt inflation, even at the risk of a recession which will lay off In economic and government in ((3)) Tell white people that when they work side by side withus
hundreds of thousands of workers. 1956. ThentoW hegraduat=- let us take the lead sometimes. They might discover that

G. E. has already made this appeal in advertisements in the ed from Valparaiso University ... split inifinitives, battered verbs and dangling participlesdon't
national press which warn of "super-inflation" If they give an School of Law with a Bachelorof necessarily add up stupidity If they would listen more
Inch on the unions' wage demands.Since this Issue will be with Laws Degree and honors in they might learn something that could give more meaning ;
us for some time, let us take a look at what G. E. has done to criminal law. He entered the ..4b their lives. (Just think. with white people's knowledge and
control inflation Its only contribution to the cause has been to private practice of law in East black people's ideas Wowl)
pay Its workers well under the going wage in other major in- Chicago, Indiana; and Iso ((4) Tell white people when they initiate programs designedto
dustries. The buying power of G. E.workers has not increased maintained an office in Gary.It # assist black people In their move into the mainstream of 1
since 1960.Yet at the same time G. E. leads all manufacturing was not long before his ability American life, follow through. At least see that we understandour
companies in after-tax profits.In 1960 G.E. made 14.3% as was recognized and on February 1961 he was appointed to the' "culturally-deprived" label before pinning on the"hard-
'against 9.2% for all manufacturing to 1968 it was still ahead, position of Deputy Prosecuting Attorney In the Lake County core-unemployed" one. (True, we are label-oriented, but we
14.8% to 12.1%. Price-fixing Is another aspect of G. E.'s "contribution" Criminal Court, a post he held until 1963 when he resigned to; do like to choose our own name-brands, especially If one is
to the anti-inflation campaign. In 1961 a Federal ,run for the City Council. Not only was he elected but he went ,just as good(or bad) as the other).
court 'found G. E, guilty of bid-rigging and price-fixing and on to become the first freshnvinCouncllmaninthe City's his- (5)) Tell white people when they operate businesses in the
handed down penalties more severe than had ever been imposed tory to be elected Council President.The black community not to try to get rich overnight. The charac-
upon a company in an anti-trust case. decision to run for Mayor was' prompted by the teristic greediness of some merchants to make outlandish
frustrations Mayor Hatcher encountered as Councilman In financial profits often results in violence. Then the fear-hate
The G. E.strike has posed the Issues of justice and Injusticewith May the 1967 Mayoral Primary,he published a thirty-two page cycle of whites begins. And no one, except the emotionally
a rare clarity. When all of the company's, fatuous ration ,"Platform for Progress." In it he detailed his plans for eradicating disturbed profits. (How much more satisfying it would be to
.alizations are set aside, we are set aside,we are faced with a the city's problems. Housing, education, recreation, both the merchant and the consumer If each felt he was gettinga
conflict between workers demanding respect and a decent square deal!)
simple municipal employment, law enforcement, civil rights, city financing -
wage and a company responding with paternalism and economic development, air and"water polution, the ,((6) Tell white people to try singing and dancing more. Letit
greed. The workers need and deserve all the support they can poverty program, public health-all were thoroughly dealt all hang out occasionally. I guarantee an increase in happi-
get, both moral (public expressions of sympathy)and financial with. Opposed by the entire city machine, the future Mayor, ness and a decrease In oppressive tendencies. Think about it
(boycotting G. E. products). For every American who sIncerely 'surrounded himself with a dedicated group of volunteers,as he please.
desires social equality in this country, the goal of the had done In the Council race. In addition,nationally known figures The above suggestions may not sound too relevent to liberal-'
moment must be a union victory at General Electric. as Harry Belafonte,Julian Bond, Al Raby and Oscar minded, service-oriented, middle-class whites such as your-
self, but they have a greater potential for success in gettingat
Brown, Jr. publicly backed Mayor Hatcher and came to Gary
-------------------------,' to speak and perform for him.In a upset victory Richard Hat- the racial problems than many of the dependency-ridden
cher defeated the Incumbent Mayor and a third candidate, approaches. Moreover, they followaJudea-Christianprecept,
SUBSCRIPTION ORDER well-known Gary businessman; and victory seemed assured "Charity begins at home."

Miami Times in November.But .
as the saying goes "Never be too sure." And this was Sincerely,
15th Avenue
6530 NW Maxine Bethel citizenthe
f the case with the winner in the Primary Richard Hatcher; ,
Miami, Florida.33H7 since elements within his own party battled him even more in
Enclosed please find the sum ,of $5.00 fiercely than the Republicans. However, after a hard and United Fund of Greater Gary Area,Inc.,Vice President of
1 to cover the cost of a one'year subscriptionto fair Campaign for a platform as outlined In his "Platform for Muigwithania, a service organization helped to found;'Chair
Progress" Mayor Hatcher was elected as the first Black man of the Education Sub-Committee of the Indiana State
the Miami Times. Mayor of Gary in November, 1967. ..winning with determination NAACP; Vice President of the Board of Trustees of St. Timothy
Mail Pop' Ta 1 courage and the ability to communicate with those who Community Church, member of the Gary Junior Chamber
wanted to see corruption In government cleaned up. of Commerce; and member of the Advisory Committee of the
Addr.. ,., '" 1I Always an activist, the Hon.Mayor Richard Hatcher has not Board of Trustees of the Gary Urban League.. .And you can be

I City ...S',._ Zip Cod.. _ confined his activity to the political arena. He plays an im- sure that he is constantly moving ahead with vigor as Mayorof
1 portant role in several community groups serves as legal Gary to implement the platform on which he campaigned. .
L_____________________- --- advisor to the Gary Chapter of the NAACP Board member of Lou LuTour '


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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 28, 196 I
directed by Rev Ernesto Garcia-Rubio. Let us give thanks that we are growing. Let us give thanks
Anglican-Protestant faith will be represented by the Rev. that always when we need help and encouragement they are
Canon Theodore Gibson, of Christ Episcopal Church; the Rev., provided In loving ways by the Father of all. He speaks to us
i Robert Hall of Holy Comforter Episcopal; the Rev Paul An- from every side; His wisdom Is heard in many voices. His
derson of Immanuel Lutheran, and the Rev. Lloyd Knox of the love pours through many hearts. WE ARE GRATEFUL
w: Tamiami United Methodist. The youth choir of the Wesley On Sunday evening, Nov 18, the Board of Trustees of Mt!
BY CLARICE LITTLES United Methodist Church will sing. Sinai Hospital held itsServlceA wards Party In the Grand Ban:
Miami Times Society Editor 'J'I Visiting In Miami recently was Carolyn Blackman, daugh- room of the Fountainbleau. Ninety-eight persons received

-------------------- ter of Mr and Mrs James Backman, Jacksonville. Carolyn awards. Those with ten twenty years received a sapphire
will wed Mr. Isaac James on Friday, Nov.28 in Jacksonville. pin and $200 savings bonds; 1520 years, sappire pins and
Motoring to Jacksonville for the wedding will be three aunts, bonds savigs bonds; over 20 diamond pins and $1000.
n Mrs Ola Carter, Mrs. Mar Kearson and son Ivory and Mrs. (Israel Dingle) CongratulationslJanet
Maude Johnson. MacLachlan, here for a leading role in Rod Taylor's
Friends of Miss Naomi Espy are happy now that she is out "Darker than Amber," has been nominated as bestactressIn
of the hospital and is recuperating at home. the Beverly Hills-Hollywood NAACP Image Aware compe
Orchids Jerome Taft and Phillip who head the CAPS: Program tition for her role In "Change of Mind."
being developed at Brownsville Junior High School Julius T. Lee has been promoted to buyer of the luggage
The women who initiated the current "Glamour Clinic" at department of all Burdine's stores.
Jackson Memorial Hospital's Psychiatric Institute sponsoredby Luther V. Smith, inspector of schools, Exuma, Bahamas
the Volunteer Services Department. Tracy Hare, Mrs. was the victim of a boat explosion two weeks ago. To date the
Henry Grady, Mrs. Patrick Hart, Miss Arlean Rolle, super- body has not been recovered. Luther was the nephew of Mr.
visor of ward at Jackson's Institute, Hairdressers, like Mrs. and Mrs. Wilfred Glass of Miami.
Eleanor Martin and Mrs.Azalee Hunt Sunlight Beauty School Loulsia Wynn will spend the Thanksgiving holidays In WashIngton -
Invitations are in the mail Sigma Alpha Chapter of D. C. attending the national Conference of Teachersof
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity's Harvest Ball Friday, Nov. 28, English. Loulsia was a teacher at Primary School 'C' and
Caribbean Room, Bayfront Park Auditorium. Benefit scholar- is presently a reading fellow at Ohio State University, Columbus
ship fund ThePerformingArtsSociety of Greater Miami, ()}io.
[1 Paul LaPierre School's 1969 Fall Concert, Dec. 14,2 p.m. at
the Fontainbleau Hotel.
A gs On this Thanksgiving Day Let us thank God, the sourceof
our good, for all the ways in which we are guided,helped, IF YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES : :
and blessed. Let us also thank all the human channels through
which He acts to bless us-the many persons who contributeto TAKE THE COAST GUARD { 1 }

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think of those whom we' know well who have helped us, and of
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an effect on our lives.

Francis Xavier Catholic Church formed the setting Sunday CANDLE LIGHT
evening, Nov. 23 at 6 o'clock for the wedding (nuptial SERVICES o
mass) of Miss Tatlou Katrina Everett and Mr. Gilbert Tally
Alpha GiimlJI.:: .\;>ter Eta
Bowie. The Rev Father Thomas Griffin officiated at the double
Beta Inc. Invites
cordially -
ring ,
you and your friends to .
bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Willie Patterson
our Annual Candle Light
'of 519 NW 4th Avenue. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs
Service, 5 p.m. Sunday Dec.
Essie Clarke, 254 NW 50th St. The bride was given in mar- 21 ";
St. Mary Westleyan Methodist : .h'
riage by her father. She wore a formal gown of white angel Church, 4798 NW 8th
satin with applique of chantilly lace and seed pearls. It was Avenue.
fashioned with an empire waist and long v-cutsleeves and A-
line dress in floor sweep train. A coronet of seed pearls and
applique held in place her veil of illusion. She carried a bou- Opa-Locka *"
A lot of leg, puffed sleeves.
quet of white feathered carnations. The mail of honor was

Janice Teems. She wore a green crepe A-line dress with Civic ClubThe A turned-out collar laced -a
beaded sprays. Her headpiece was of green net. She carrieda !
bouquet of carnations with streamers of love knots and pet. time has arrived again to please A whippy knit
..'...... ,"' ...
Bridesmaids were Misses Beverly Patterson Brenda Lang, for the Opa-lpckaClvicClub's i
Sylvia Williams, Thelma Hilton,* and Delphine Finder. They annual Thanksgiving Ball, and in purple or black... :
A-line with back and in with the modern- '
wore pink crepe gowns a semi-swept keeping From '
short veil headpieces Identical to the maid of honors Mr. istic trend of pregressive size 3 up, ,

Robert Smith was the best man.The ushers were Arthur Mose- cultural change the club mem- ,i's' ? mack $28.LDRlfS .
ly, Lonzie Nicholas, Rodney Higgs, Norman Pinder, Leroy bership has relabled the affair, ;{
Lang Jr and Frank Patterson. the "Annual Thanksgiving ..
The flower girls, Debra Lang and Theresa Smith were at- Afro-Ball." Differing from' :
tired in beautiful pink crepe empire gowns with appliqued lace. previous years, this year the ..Y '
The ringbearer, Terry Lang, was dressed identical to the ush- Ball will be held Thanksgivingnight I
ers. He carried a heart-shaped pillow edged in lace with four Thursday November 27,
long white streamers. Music was provided by Miss Paulina instead of Thanksgiving Eve ':",11' I
Smith: At the Ball there will be con-,
... The bride's mother chose green taffeta with gold honey- tinous band music and a,floor
comb top with matching accessories. The mother of the groom show geared for enjoyment.
- chose a blue taffeta overlaid with matching chiffon. Both mothers The club envision a lovely
l.. wore corsages of white carnations. time to be had by all and extends .r,
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Bonded an open invitation to
Rental Auditorium. Music at the reception was furnished by eveyone. Tables are free for
Al Davis, Gordon Collins, Neville Sampson and Hector Williams the occasion. Tickets may be
members of a group from Nassau's drum beat. obtained at the door, or in advance i
Out of town guests included Mrs Gwendolyn McRoy and by calling the following I .: i:
daughter, Carlltha, Jacksonville; Mrs. Petra Hackshaw,Nassau numbers:, 681-5661, or 688- .:
% ; Mrs. Hazel Ellison, Inez Bellinger and Florence Abner, 8645 or 688-4911 Please sup-. ,
Savannah, Ga. port this civic affair. :';""

After a wedding trip to Nassau,the couple will live in Miami. i', ;:." '. 1
All gowns for the wedding were designed by Mrs.'Petra Hack- The Jolly 14 Social Club "' 1flr '"
shaw of Nassau. The wedding was directed by Mrs. William Presents their :7j : :..
Littles. :
* * * '
DANCE 44l: s'n"" ,
Magic and Puppet Show for 300 underprivileged children ;R :', .,
will be held at the Brownsville EOPI center, 2741 NW 49th SUNDAY, NOV. 30 1969 ,
9 p.m. until ? Semi-formal i \1;,'"
Street, Nov. 28 at 11:30: a.m. -
',.7 .
A service of
note is
community Thanksgiving one sponsoredby NW 3rd .,
Avenue & 6th St. H
the Ecumenical Fellowship of Souhwest Miami at 8 p.m. Music byt \ :r r ,: '. "
';' '
Wednesday in Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW Third Avenue. Frank Williams & Rocketeers .Ijf\: "

It will be three mini-services: first one being led by Rabbi Advance$2.00-At ADVANCE Door $2.50 : :r:.
Sol Landau, of the host synagogue,with the assistance of Rabbi Mrs Marie M. Stewart, Presi :_ is(9 .
Emeritus Murray Alstet and Cantor William Lipson The Roman Mrs. Corrlne Rollins, Trea.
Catholic faith will be represented by the Rev Neil Mc-
Grath, SS Peter and Paul, and the Spanish youth mass choir

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 28. 1969 7

I Black American Artists To Be Published 'A h rr+ Ip

Black artists on art, the ment of contemporary black lished on November 20, b]f book, which will be distribut-
I first comprehensive treat- American artists, was pub- Contemporary Crafts. The> ed by The Ward Ritchie Press,

Cfinnnnnnrx". . .. x. includes 74 artists representing -

BROTHERS BOUTIQUE country and many diverse
media. It combines more than
225 of work
reproductions or
FASHION SHOW portraits of artists (74 are in BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING
full color) with the artists'own

::' Big OpeningAT insights into their crea- LINE-0-TYPE
tive processes and expressive
'I intentions. Some of the 74 included THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Paul LaPierre School of Musical
THE are: Bernie Casey Arts honors its top official society patron Dec 10, when an
;' RSVP invite welcomes you to a Reception given in honor of
former star flanker back with :
Continental Club ;.; the Los Angeles Rams, poet Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark. The settingwill
and painter; Leon Hicks be a 9 p.m. affair held at the home of
6000 NW 1 Ave.f Miami printmaker and instructor of Paul LaPierre ((274 NE 57th Std The School's
art at Lincoln University Jefferson assistant social secretary Liz Shoemaker, npa i
Res. Call 751-6521 Nite : 757-1041 City Missouri; Lois especially will be most pleased to see you .;
Mailou Jones, painter and there When British Overseas Airways
F Nov. Professor of Design and Corporation (BOAC) begins its non-stop
30-Sunday Watercolor at Howard Univer- Miami-London service Jan 1, it will climax
seven years' experience as the sol carrieron
sity.Many the route. The Miami-London
of the arts its in Black present
H fare class) is$375.AndaccordingtoBOAC's
round-trip economy
Artists on Art have long been
Miami London
o active and important partici-
Starring D a pants in the field of art. flights will be non-stop. ,
Q A sizeable number are begin-
ning to receive critical acclaim -
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Dunbar elementary's secretary Mae
But because of
Bell Wilcox-Wilson bedded at Cedars of Lebanon Opa-
these artists express the con-
lockan Louise Munnings-Cooper birthdayed 23,but the natal -
troversial ideas of the black
holiday arrived on Sunday, so she invited friends and rela-
community, few' are widely
known tives to whoop-it-up at a party in her home one day earlieron
Saturday (Nov 22) James J. and Mattie Ruth Brown's
Serenity is rare the
among little lovely Hazel Mae and RobertSpannJr decided that 2 can
works represented here. Most
reflect the strain and anxietyof live as cheaply as 1 so, they migrated up to Nashville,
Tenn for a Nov 25 merger.
a people marked by centur-

"- ies of prejudice and discrimi
"BOUTIQUE" nation.
i The editors, SamellaS. SALT WATER TAFFY: Clarence Bain, Minister-without-
Lewis and Ruth G. Waddy, portfolio in Premier Lindlen Pindling's Bahamian cabinet,
DOOR PRIZE were uniquely qualified to undertake seriously ill in Nassau's Princess Margaret hospital. .
the compilation of Welburn Cunningham of Crooked Island, Bahamas visiting and
Black artists on art. Samella houseguesting with brother Donald Nassauvian Gladys
Lewis, a Ph. D. in art history Eldon over last week on local shopping spree Shifting in
teaches in the School of Hu- 2nd gear: William Sutton from Social Services Administrative
I fh1 manities and Fine Arts at California to Assistant Welfare Director via recent appointment Dewey

State College, Do- Knight, Welfare Director.
j minguez Hills, and is a
I Ii1 painter. Ruth G. Waddy is alsoa
painter and her work has THE WEEK'S WASH:Alonzo Fannin in retirement from Dade
been widely exhibited. Both County's Public School System Fannin's coaching efforts as
have been deeply involved in head mentor of the Carver high school Hornets in the '40's
l the affairs of the black community began their climb to athletic prominence Maude Cole
,. JiJ )i for many years. bedded at home (1752 NW '93 St) after a week's Confinementin
Jackson Memorial The'TogetherShop' owner Barbara
DELLAHUMPHRIES FIVE TROPICSMIAMI'S FOR FINE PICTURES Frazier Jamaica, N.Y. spent Nov 20 here with her grand-
CALL: mommy Dr Irene G,.Pratt who birthdayed same day along
I I with her daughter Vernay Jones.AndDr Pratt recently returned -
ANSWER TO THE TEMPTATIONS JOHNSON OF MIAMI from Fayettesville, N.C. where another srrandarling Marva

4 9 9,9 o o 00 00 o oo o oot pjt AAABJAA B 8_ tt g g 8 8 .*_ ." B Knight saw her natal holiday on Nov 2.,
635-4148 .
STUFF AND SUCH: Clinton Lacy bedded at Jackson Memorial '
Ditto Helena Wilbon (Room 667) King-The '!
>:.. :.' Tailor's Clyde Floyd and the missus Patricia Floyd of Lory's
+>d Dress Shop on sick leave Junket to Atlanta Veteran Elk

t t r r faithful Clarence Finlayson passed Willie (Old Fellow) "
Childs was the name of that popular Main Stem figure found
Ski,Y< .sr. q:,Y: dead in his hotel(Dorsey)room'tother sundown. I remembered ;1,
1 AS a him as 'Old Fellow,' but many of his old cronies will recall "
him as 'Buck Beady' of Fernandina Beach.

$ r SWEETS' TREATS: The Classroom Teachers Association's

10th Annual Grand Ball headed for Bayfront Park auditoriumNov
29. Two live bands and a two-dollar tab should be the incentive ..
to pack the hall from 9 to 1. Brownsville's Union :':
) ?: .',". .. Hall secretary-pretty Margaret Robinson sporting 1970 blue
"' Cougar.Isn't she an IrwinFldo)Curtis neighbor along NW 59th

,.; i1; .:"j ,$ Street ? ? ? Sudden Thawt: Remember the good old days when .
.: jsy.y 'f.fge students and teachers all left their classrooms around 3:00
p.m., and there was no homework to bring in and no extra ;.

Ji curricula? Better behaved students, tool .

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> .. CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Birthdays in November: Ellis
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\ J. .' Adder 1 y, James Wilson Denise Johnson 1st. Berna- -
dette Poitier Celestine Thompson, Marva Knight 2nd.. Irene
'Ji\' Harrison 3rd Earnest Darkins, Cynthia Collins 4th .
Charles Fortson, Louis Spicer, Ruth Polite 5th ? John Mc-

"My job's a challenging pnethat'svhy I like it so much. I work with Lynch, M. Athalie Range 7th...Rallil Mizell, Cupidine Dean,
Annette Briggs 8th Earl Wells, 9th Fannie Sands,
computers equations statistics. And you can be sure of one thing: I'm Anita Johnson, Johnnie Edwards, Bloneva Monroe 10th. .
Lechanze Harrison, Marian Thomas, Margaret Cruz,Janet
very careful to avoid mistakes. I guess that's why I like Gordon's Gin.It's Roberts, Ervin (Fido) Curtis 11th Lavenia Armstrong,
Fannie Johnson Edward Lynch 12th.And Bertha Thompson 30.
always smooth, always dry-never any mistake about that!" '


Chambers 13th Ozie Mathis 14th Georgia Nelson,
Rosa Hutcbeson Mary Willingham, Annette Shell 15th .
Reginald Miller Edward Rhodes Louise Lewis, Burk Jones
Jr., Editor H.E.S. Reeves Nell Horne 16th Thelma Out-
':: :\' '1Jt;,,:;?" fl 5ORDOM ler, Jimmy Williams, Stephanie Duncombe 17th Adria
Harrison, Gloria Coleman, Dr Nath Colson, Ode Mathis,

Doris Rutledge, Kenneth Ferguson, Darien Carter 18th .
? DISTILLED Rosemarie Anderson, Dorothy Bowman Barbara Sargent 19th
LOMDOMDRT Vernay Jones, Dr. I. G. Pratt 20th Sandra Blake,
GttlGordon's Freddie Stevens Jr, Yulinda Rhodes 21st. Jessie Hixon,
Caleb Crosby Jr, Rev Major Green, Hattie Burnett 22nd .
Lawrence Bethel, Mary Bibb Lugusta Colston, Marvin Blake,

; It's how the English, keep their gin up !II Martha Roker, Gloria Fernander 23 Mrs. Henrietta
Sweeting (mother of this column) birthday Nov 27,


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Black Summit Leadership Conference OPEN
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The third session of the Democratic party takes It for The fOllOWUlg nauvu.u been- p.m
Black Summit Leadership granted and the Republican ganizations have also 3 Sexsotionol Units!
Conference (BSLC) will be party wants total isolation asked to send representativesto "MASTER ,
; held Saturday, Dec. 6, at 9 from it. The larger questionIs the conference: TRICKS OF
Institute, THE
4R a.m. Johnson Hall,next door why? Wnat can we 1 1/4 Philip f Randolph TRADE
to St. John's Baptist Church, million blacks In Florida do to Scholarship, Education and I 16iriie Frolics
1328 NW Third Avenue, Miami influence the political decisions Defense Fund for Racial .
N y, which affect our lives? Equality Inc.
What's the attack? Where do
,Y The Increasing Importance we start? Can't we run blacks
wl of the BSLC is evident in the for statewide offices? Who I
R 4s fact that despite a black registration shall we run? These and other I
of some 315,000nei. questions which should be of
ther political party in Florida vital Importance to black ,
wish to openly bargain for this Floridians will be aired at the
"Bloc Vote." In fact, the conference. I / -

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 28, 1969 9
Holmes Middle School Come Together

Greetings via the PA sys-
tem were given by Mr.Charles

Whited from the Miami Herald .
launched our program for Mit
Community Involvement Day.
o Y' +r4a Our program consisted of a ; AT&1
variety of activities involving
representatives from the edu-

1 BY DAVE BONDUx t 'eai cation, business,religious and
civic communities.The .
films "Courtesy in x
ac xsr xsac e te r
School," Cigarette Smoking,
Tuberculosis and Pets CanRead" ,
Thank you Mrs. Margaret Brown, Charlie Hadley, Neal were shown and dis-
Adams Tannie Dean and Jones. All of "beautifut'
Tony you were -
cussed by Ernest Rolle of the
as guest columnists while I was on my much needed va- Holmes faculty; Mrs. Sands ,,.

cation'and, thank you again.I and Mrs. Kantor of the Tu- IN

berculosis Association, and
spent most of my time on the golf course with Tom Wash- Mrs. Madeline Paetro, Con-
___ ___
ington, who has just become Interested In golf and Is taking it n sultant for Dade County Li- e,S Gr.
Deborah Dyer won: the title ,.dz nP
seriously and doing very, very well. The balance my vaca- brary Services; respectively.
tion time, I spent In Nassau with (our son) Peanuts Taylor. of "Miss Sunlight" 0.1 Thursday Several classrooms were
You know that I am going to tell you all about Nassau, so get night at their annual af- favored with lecturers who
ready: Peanuts sent one of the guys from his Drumbeat club fair. Deborah attended Sunlight spoke on various subjects.
to pick me up from the airport, we picked Peanuts from the Beauty School of Cosmetology These lecturers included Mr.
club and went to his apartment in the Cable Beach Towers. is a native of Titusvllle Henry Daniels, community Mr. Thomas S. Armbrister, Mrs. Loreathe Pecke; Mr.
That apartment Is out of sight! A beautiful ocean view! After Fla. She is the proud school director, Booker T. hair stylist and barber held a Johnny McKinney. \
unpacking my one suit, we headed for the club and show and goddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Washington Jr. High; Captain clinic in the care of hair. Mr. Refreshments were served I
from there to the Casino for a snack and a crack at the "one- J. R. Smith 7201 NW 21st Adair, Cadet Tom Pinder and Jay Baker held a clinic in during the duration of ac-

armed-bandit" (Slot-machine to you). Avenue, Miami Officer Gaddy Rawls of the photography.: tivities.

CLASSIC PARTY Miami Police Department; Our distinguished guest included

Saturday was a complete day of rest and I watched TV and Julius J. Simmons, directorof Dr Eward L.Whigham,
shopped, etc. I saw and felt things I have not felt In a long Sponsored by BTW class EOPI Perrine area; Dr. superintendent o f Dade RADIO HIGHLIGHTSSunday
which is 1946 Saturday, December 6, Johnnie T. Jones, district director County; Dr. Jeff West,district 30
time on this trip: I saw peace of mind, love and fun, evening NoV. on
sd lacking in the larger cities of the U.S. these days. I*11 explain at the FOP Metro Dade Lodge of secondary schoolsin superintendent; Mr. Gilbert L. the Ruth Foreman Show,
front of 15100 NW 27th Ave., food, Mxlel City' Rev. Harold Porter, special assistant to WMWM 10 11
that by telling you that I was standing in a p.m., the guest
grocery store which was closed. There were no steel shuttersor drink and music. Donation $1. Long, pastor of the Church of superintendent; Mr. Samuel will be Becky Carney i Continuing -

bars or boards across the windows.. just a plain lock on Time 10 p.m. 'til? the Open Door; Mrs. Willie Moncur, director of OIC, Miami Education), Negro actor -

the door. That, my ,friends is a symbol of peace of mind, whena ROYAL 20'S Williams, representative for ; Mrs. Thena Crowder, Alvin Bruton, and New
store owner or merchant of any kind can leave a simple lockon commissioner Earl Carroll; former principal of Holmes; York actress, Lilyan Philips
his door and go home and sleep without worrying about The Royal 20's Womens J. H. Keyes, Jr. and Mrs. Mrs. Estelle Williams, first On Sunday evening, Dec. 7,
someone breaking in or can work during the day in his place of Club cordially invites you to Catherine Jackson.Mr. principal of Holmes; the Ruth Foreman Show will
business with his doors wide open with no thought of anyone its 4th annual Continental Tea, William H. Fuller helda Mrs.Clifford Mat change time slot to 910p.m.with .
sticking a gun In his face and asking for his cash. Nassau does Sunday, at the parish hall of Boy Scout Clinic and set upa thews, Rev. William Washington guest playwright, Roberta

not have that problembecause no one carries or has a gun Christ Episcopal Church, 3455 tent on. the school grounds. president of Holmes PTA; Gibson.
William: Ave., Coconut Grove
not even the policemen (they are called Bobbies). They carry from 4 to 6
night sticks only. And there is a feeling of love on this island.
Miss Alice E. Moore of West

Palm Beach will be the speaker. ,
A display of affection by the people have always said they She is president of the Fla.
were the warmest and sweetest people on earth),toward every Association of Women's .

body be he black or white, tourist or Bahamian or British or Clubs, Inc. BTJPUDHSTE'SSTARTS:
foreign resident. A TV announcer once asked Premier L. 0.
Plndllng, "what about those white girls and the black boys
going about together?" the Premier answered, "we do not WATCH FOR JAN. 10

have white people or black people In the Bahamas we have ALPHA KAPPA ffi TIrnrn
Bahamians and guests." This was one of the most outstanding ALPHA .
statements I have heard in a long time. My Bahamian people .
have something called love for each other;and for our brothers PRESENTS' .VNUKAIR

from everywhere, which is definitely lacking in my U. S. sa e
p. .trlliJffiY\ @

Believe me, they are aware of it and are aware of it and are
doing something about it. We believe that the first of next year
will bring about many changes. It is still a beautiful place to

visit and invest.in, and spend your vacation money. It Is not i
really that expensive incomparison with other resorts.Another
thing that delights me In Nassau is that black people have f

key positions in banks, the airport, hotels, etc. There is a
beautiful mixture of key people all around. For example; Mr.
Duncan Rapier; is the vice president of the Paradise Island
Hotel and Casino; Mr. George Myers is vice president of the ,TODAY so get set ,for savings. All 8 Burdine's stores

Nassau Beach Lodge; Mr. Charles Smith, a Bahamian and ,
former desk clerk at the Sir John Hotel, Is public relations open late tonight! '" \./

specialist for Bahamas Airways Just'to mention a few. 1 ','," J' :Jt'
., ,
We don't have this in the land of the free and the home of the 1 "
brave. Where we do have them are so few and far between I ",II'

that you cannot find them. Oh yes, the Bahamas Airline has ,
beautiful service with four hostesses (or stewardesses as we i
call them who make serve \
) really your flight pleasant. They eti'r.
Our traditionally values -- savings floor ate,,,.
sandwiches and beverages on a flight that only takes a half- exception on every I

hour. They are selling courtesy, service and good will. Next all 8 Burdine's.. ,stores.",' ,\ ". : ;I,;,.,,*'"<'.\{ '\I

time you go over, try Bahamas. You'll enjoy your flight. I y* i f, .fi I .,,'I"
could go on and on about the Bahamas, but I'm sure you get j Mehy tie'titf Mi! ffri.J -; ) \ : ';1
If *. *: (* *>'. '* "i* VU .' ,
the message. Peace of mind, love, fun, and togetherness. .
I ever leave the US, it is Nassau for me. Long live PremierL. 1,1"h ,
0. Pindling and his fine government. ;'\ "
thriftMonth' OrTemple I" ,'
Sun*ly '
COME EARLY, STAY LATE! Bring your husband, the kids,
the neighbors. Don't miss our super-values. '
Add ,
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:Steve Clark, Mayor of the Cityof ;"I.
Miami; Commissioners Irwin Christie and Dave Kennedy ,;

are "old hat" to'us now.We congratulate them on their re-:
election and I said it once,and r 11 say it again with these gen
tlemen along with Mrs. Range and Mr. Ferre we have a solid
foundation. It is a beautiful combination that
city government
HUNDREDS OF VALUES Fashions you and your entire family)
just cannot be t)>eat. f If our County Mayor, Chuck Hall, de-
cides to run for Governor I'm going to have to stand behind TO WHOM IT MAY' Save on furniture, all your other home needs too. ',",I" .".. ,;'. ::4' ,

him 100%. We would hate to lose' him in Dade County, but I CONCERN: i 'i'\1:: \ ,..?:;;j 41 < ,'. :: .
sincerely believe he would be an even better governor than A nice reward given to :, ,
Mr. Collins was (and that is saying a lot), Former County person or persons for ':fI Y 1I;:, .uj./jj'" "
',r' i..t: : "
Commissioner, Neal Adams, will be celebrating his 30th Anniversary Information concern- ','.
in his tore on Friday, Dec. 5th. Neal plans to have, ing a Magic City Cab ) "tr \t"

some wayout specials on that day Stop by and wish him an- driver, No. 317being SHOP AHEAD for Christmas gifts and save! ;V-: <
other 30 years '. Word comes from the Paul La Pierre stopped by the policeon t f
School of Music that their 1969 fall concert in the La Ronde a Thursday morning ". ,, :f '*..'3 A,' '<,.,;1;: ;"<> 'i 'I" '' '
14 between 5-6 a.m. Aug- :.lif, ',,' I ''''1M ,,;.jr.U.' ,
Room of the Fontainebleau is being held Sunday,December .. ; 'v
to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Myles who will ust 21, 1969, on NW JI' ( (
at 2 Bouquets .. .
p.m. Pal 22nd Ave. & 77th $t. ,, ", . ... ,, ', .
celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at the ; r 'I ; .1' '" .""' .
If missed Clyde Klllens Halloween (Near the Hofmann s ('" ," ,,!' -,.; j :\ '. ) I,,,';i"1f."' J V
Club '
metto Country you Cab driver ." "
Flower Shop) .1 I' .. ,
' Ball Nov. 30th past,that is too bad for you. It was a gas. .
beaten by -
was police ";'( '. ; t1< "' "I-I
People are asking him to hold it Bayfront Park Auditoriumnext and infor- ''
officers BRING YOUR BURDINE'S CREDIT CARD! Say Charge it, take
year. Don't forget the Orange Blossom Classic Sat mation is urgently months to ,, ,.,.
urday, Dec. 6. That's classic time. needed. Please call: pay. IV
That is it for this week. I was long-winded wasn't I? Till B96-B838 I

the next one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE .OF IT Before Nov. 30 1969



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Hi there, readers! I certainly hope that all of you had a hap lltiUJwt-: =-- >>i
py and healthy Thanksgiving Day. You know, It'sa funny thing
many of us do not truly appreciate the things which we L I Northwestern has been granted a charter inQulll and Scroll,

have. We tend to more or less wish for things which we do not I the International High School Journalists. The purpose of
think Quill and Scroll is to instill in students the idea of scholarship
have. There Is nothing wrong with that sometimes, I ,c
(especially during this Thanksgiving Week) we should really j',,; I ; to advance the standards of the profession of journalismby

and ernestly thank God, our parents,and our friends for being ld r, ,o I developing better Journalists and by inculcating a higher
what they area great part of our lives. "f" code of ethics; to promote exact and dispassionate thinking

What better way to end an old week than with a new additionto I clear and forceful writing.

my column. This week I am star ting an instructing, inform-
ing, and I hope interesting article on our black people who have The society was founded at the University of Iowa, April

contributed to the magnificent growth of America. Many of you 10, 1926, as a non-secret honorary high school society.
are learning about these heroes in your black history coursesat I Northwestern's chapter of the Amercan Red Cross sponsored

school. But for those who are not being taught this black its annual Thanksgiving baskets collection.The baskets

and beautiful history, those who' are being deprived of the .'\(:: were distributed among needy families in the community
chance to learn about their black ancestors, and those who I Homerooms and organizations cooperated by designing baskets

have been brainwashed into thinking that the black man has never enough for a Thanksgiving feast. Along with the Red
done anything for America, here is a bit of black history r, I Cross, many Northwesterners volunteered their cars to deliver

which I would like to pass on to each of you. The information I I the baskets to the families.

am giving you Is taken from the book Black Heroes In World ASod
History., SUtu 01 tie Meek I Members of the Para-Medics Club, and Mrs. Doris Hutch-

. . . son, sponsor, attended the Para Medical District "D" meetIng -
this week Ihave Linda Bentley I
soul sister
b DANIEL HALE WILLIAMSOn As my 'at St. Francis Hospital November 15. The purpose of the

a hot July day in Chicago, 1893, a man named James Linda is a 1968 graduate of Northwestern Senior High I meeting was to install new district officers for 1969-70
at Miami
Cornish, an expressman, became Involved in a saloon brawl. School; however, she is now a sophomore Ingrid Rolle, Inger Pratt, Cynthia Gray and Diane Houston -
Some of her hobbies are cooking,
He was stabbed in the chest and taken to Provident Hospital Dade Jr. College. I represented the'Carter G. Woodson Chapter of FTA at the
and to rock music. Pretty Linda Is
( where, at first, his wound was Judged to be not serious. It was dancing, listening Florida Association of Future Teachers of America Conven-

a routine puncture wound, an inch wide, Just to the left of the 19 years of age. I tion November 20-22. The convention was held at the Desert

breastbone and below the fourth rib. There was little bleedingand I Inn Motel in Daytona Beach.

no evidence of Internal hemorrhage. In a matter of hours,
The purposes of the meeting were to elect the new state officers
however, the patient developed severe pains in the area of the
This week at school the history classes had a speaker to the state
and involvement
heart and began to show evidence of shock- pallor, perspiration my present project, FTA in the
and rapid pulse. Dr. Premus, from Miami Dade Junior College. He spoketo White House Conference on youth.
us on black history. With ratio of wites to blacks standingat
This was called to the attention of Dr.Daniel Hale Williams,
50 to 1, the lecture was truly good We really needed this in- Miss Barbara Coleman, national teacher of the year, was
founder of Provident Hospital and Nursing School and its head
knew before and r m positive that each one of the other students the guest speaker' at the November 21 banquet. .Governor
surgeon. Since th x-ray machine had not yet been invented,
received an experience as I. It's time the black man had a Claude Kirk who made a surprise appearance at the banquet
Dr. Williams could only guess that there was a heart injury
chance to speak out and let his voice yell out for freedom also spoke briefly
involved. Standard procedur at the time for heart injury "
"at last.
cases was with heart survived.Dr. .
packing injuries
* * * Miss Hallle Robinson and Miss Judy Cook, sponsors, accompanied
Williams knew he had to act fast to keep the patient
LITTLE BIT OF NEWSOn the FTA members at the convention.
alive. There was, in medical literature, ample speculationabout
December 13, there will be a dance at Holy Redeemer
the possibility of surgical repairof heart. But it had Charlie Mack
a junior, placed second in the wrestling
Parish, 1301 NW 71st Street;frorr17:30} to 11:30: Admissionis
never been attempted. 75f. ril see you there. tournament sponsored by the' GOLD Coast Amateur Athletic
Operating room asepsis was still relatively new thing. Union..
A special hello goes out to the fabulous Crystal Flame.You're .
Operative equipment, Including that of the anesthetist, was
out of sight, soul brothers I III! I
primitive and any operation,which went into the chest cavitywas The unpredictable Bulls have done it again. Before thou-
The following out to "Stonewall Wilson"
goes the fel-
considered a grave risk, But so was letting this patient sands of highsplrited spectators, they defeated Coral Park
lowers at the have
B. H.
up a happy Thanksgiving Lovel!
remain in shock. Dr. Williams resolved to operate. Peace! Love! 21 7. The win was the Bulls third against six losses. The

With the patient under the anesthetic, Dr. Williams pickedup outstanding players for the game were Raymond Boswell,
So until next week, you fine and wonderful readers LOVE
a scalpel and enlarged the stab wound until he had a six- Richard Prather, Leander Phillips Lucious Hall and Ste-
LOVE, LOVE 1 III! TCB! And bear with mell! LOVE YOU I III! I ,
inch Incision. The historic operation was underway.With phen Deal.

the breastbone and about an inch of the fifth' rib ex- Miamian Commissioned In U.S. Navy Eva Is visiting Northwestern April 6 10, 1970.I' .
posed, Dr., Williams detached the rib from the breastboneand
had a conservative opening two inches long and an inch Harold Raymond Payne,,, United States Navy on Oct 24, I
and a half wide In which to work.His hands moving with swift 'second of five sons of Mr.and I from Navy Officer Candidate Queen Chosen

precision, Dr. Williams tied off the left Internal mammary Mrs. Charles B, Payne,Jr, School In Newport,R, I. Harold ....
artery: which had been slightly damaged in the stabbing. Inspecting I graduated and was commis has been on active duty since, Rosalyn Moss, daughter

the beating heart, the surgeon was able to se the 'sioned ensign, Supply Corps, Dec., 5, 1968 when he entered Rev. and Mrs. H.W. Moss was

Injury immediately. pericardium had been pierced by the' the recruit training command, crowned Miss Homecoming of

dagger and there was a tear in it over an inch long. Care- I Discountoutlet Orlando for enlisted indoc- South Dade High School,

fully separating the edges of this tear, Dr. Williams saw that trination while awaiting results Thursday nteht (Nov. 20), A

the heart muscle,too,had been nicked. It was barely a scratch, of application made to Rosalyn Is active at'school,
she Is
however, he resolved that no suture was needed:But the peri- OCS.Ten a member of the School
cardium itself would have to be stitched. weeks was spent at the Community Relations .

A nurse blotting sweat off his forehead the temperaturein Electric recruit training command and Committee, South Council Cabinet -
rates have
the operating room had risen above 100 degrees Dr.. down eleven he successfully completed the Ebony and Ivory, Creative

Williams irrigated the wound in the heart with a saline.solution gone times since 19571! training i and graduated Feb. Expression, Yearbooks

grasped the edges with forceps and, using a thin cat- 14, 1969. After spending two Paramedics, Student-
gut suture, closed it. While inflation has been weeks leave, at home he reported Faculty board, Drama Club

The wait was a long one.'For four days the patient teeteredon the pushing price other of electricity prices up, back to Orlandoand was Club.and Chaplain of the Clvlnettes'

the brink of death. Then his temperature dropped to nor has gone down. In fact, placed in a holding company At
mal, his pulse evened and strengthened.The staff at Provident the average price paid per, until admission to CCS in June the time Rosalyn is undecided -

breathed easier. Three weeks later, however, on August 2, it kilowatt hour by FPL-serve d I While temporarily stationed ( about the college she This was a historic momentin
became necessary to perform further surgery.This operation families today is one-third at Orlando he was assigned to will attend but she plans to South Dade. High School'sblstory. I

proved routine and on August 30, 51 days after Jams Cornish -. less Which than makes it was all in your 1957. the navy hospital laboratory. major in nursing. .

had arrived in the hospital, a dead man according to all home's electric convene L _
medical knowledge of the time, he walked out of the hospital, ience outlets truly"dis
cured.It count outlets." There'sno
was some time before Dr. Williams, a busy dedicated, match flameless p- -**
doctor, published the results of this operation in a medical electric. the biggest

Journal. When he did,though,the story of this surgical miraclewas bargain in your budget. .

seized upon by the popular press and from then on Dr. IL. TRANSMISSIONS 11
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Williams was known as the "first man In the world to sew :
upa );-\h 11 JlMUlll [" *4VCOASI40COAl /|
heart" except in some quarters of the South of the 19th :' ,
century. There it was widely and noisily pointed out that "the 'J, { ;

J8rlcartdlum is not the heart." Dr. Williams was, of course, 's if1. : i, & IN HELL 1M*

a Negro. I'

When will this sort of "put down" ever cease? It seems as :
though whenever a black man succeeds in anything then it is ', s'n. 1 IF IT HAS A TRANSMISSION
Immediately labeled by the bigoted world as "nothing." Let's i 't .tj ; l L WE'LL FIX |IT
face it, this must stop. ask you,could it possibly be Jealousyor ti,1 ,'
stupidity or Just plain. hatred towards us?It's really some- Ji-L '' L CARS BOATS BUSES TRUCKS HOT RODS FOREIGN JOBS

thing to.think about. YiiRIoJA "

As I said before some of the schols here in Miami do not FREE TOWING E-Z PAY *
teach black history. For instance, In my school black history >! Day or Mitt With Ap.Crt.lt CHECK

is not In the curriculum. 'In this day and age, not having the .... ff For Accurate Diagnosis

exceptionally beautiful B. H,taught is a pretty disgusting mark ._-_.. -
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Diahanm Carroll On JESCA Has 25th Thanksgiving Day DinnerEveryone I

The Beach Dec 6th rallied to make dent of JESCA's Board of DIrectors -
y this Thanksgiving a gay one for said the GoldentAgersClub

Diahann Carroll, who won a "The Hollywood Palace". the JESCA Golden Agers. one of the oldest in the
Spirits dampered by the cut in an important t
Metropolitan Opera Scholar- "The Sullivan Show","The community, plays = i
the Senior Centers Program. role in the lives of the rr
ship when she was 10 andhas ,
Dean Martin Show",as well as ,
w a
' Members of the James. E. senior citizens. They have
!gone on to become one of the specials like "The Strollin'
top vocalists in the nation,will Twenties"; Scott Community Association built up traditions which
come to Miami Beach on De- Her Broadway career was Board and the Golden Agers means a great deal to them and
cember 6th. launched themselves pooled their resources JESCA's Board of Directorswill
in 1954 when she
She'll be in town for a captivated critics and audi- and the 25th thanks- do all it can to help meet
giving Dinner with all the the needs of the group.It .
special appearance at the Ce- ences alike in "House ofFlowers"
dars of Lebanon Hospital 8th She returned to the trimmings will be held No- will be a real day of
vember 26th at 2:00 p.m. at Thanksgiving for all of us.
Anniversary Ball in the Grand stage as the star of Richard
Ballroom of the FontainebleauHotel. Rogers' "No Strings" and the James E.ScottCommunlty Mrs. Rocella Holley and Mrs..

again attracted critical and Association Community Room Thomasine Ramsey, former
The star of the highlyratedTV public acclaim. Hopping from 4901 NW 7th Avenue staff members, have worked
series, "Julia," has re- Broadway to Hollywood, the Mrs. Spero C. :Valdez,Pre- overtime to bring the dinner'
cently been signed to a long actress co-starred in porgy sident of the GoldenAgers said .off.
the members were determined
term contract by Columbia and Bess" and in "Paris
to have dinner and have
Records, and is now looking Blues". Most recently, she
ahead to a busy recording career has a straight drematic rolein been planning for weeks. Each MIAMI DADE \
what could.
contributing they
in addition to her many Otto Preminger's. Para- 'e .
other activities.Ball mount release Sun- Board members contributed t LY
Chairman Saul Silber- down", "Hurry money for turkeys and pies. \ 1 p1 JUNIOR COLLEGE
well-known restaurant ownerin
man has announced that Miss She has also become an international -
the area is cooking the turkeys -

Carroll concert will present of her a most lievening's ing great success TV favorite on British,scor- members. Mrs. former Valdez invites membersand all E RIND WINTER TERM: Jan. 5-April 30

popular songs which have been video as well as at home. The ,
those senior citizens who KEND Classes Jan. 8
ItY / Begin:
delighting patrons at such performer was one of the first LEGE
would like to join the group to
night spots as the Plaza Hotel American stars to make a .
and the Waldorf-Astoria Hotelin great appearance on the BBC's come. Weekend College: Jan. 10
Harold E. Guinyard Presl- WINTERTERM
New York, Harold's Club in variety program "Interna- sae ,too
Reno, and the Sands Hotel in .tional Cabaret".
Las Vegas. Diahann Carroll has now become STUDENT CONCERN REGISTER BY MAIL

one of the leading enter- Student Concern, headed by FOR ONE OR TWO EVENING OR WEEKEND
Her television appearancehave tainers on the show business Kelsey Dorsett, regional developer COLLEGE CREDIT COURSESFor
been numerous,Including screen and her career con- and Estelle A. Hall,
"The Danny Kaye Show," tinues to soar. community coordinator, is a registration I forms and schedule of

_.county-wide effort to corre- classes, telephone or call in person .
late volunteers, vacancies in Office of Admissions.

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for the young if she can wear Mary Williams, designer, S
i \ons the look without appear ing vul, Body muscles should not be F 1Y
:::, ) ,. gar. It depends on the age, damaged to keep up with fash
build and fabric worn. I per- ions. Clothes are made for .
+. BY VIVIAN WHITE sonally don't like it. the proper-fit supplied by a .AJ
::: Nerval designer It's bra.
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'J ever one should look into the teacher, I don't know whether J rll .
Look'This health hazard and show some like that or not when they
caution. The new styles are i don't wear one. They are less
fashion appeared during Alphonso Austin, custodian, made for the no-bra There is pointed and have tendency to &i4., -- By--
the Roaring Twenties, but I don't dig it; her figure Just !a disadvantage to the woman f op. The bra gives the breast ADLINE PONTIPHFLETSome
today we call it the No-Bra- doesn't hang right. A woman with the large bust. I suggestthe : a better shape.
Look. People from all walks looks much better wearing a body bra as opposed to the i Emma. R. Summersett, people call it "extra sensory per sept ion"and I call it
of life was asked the question, bra. i no-bra. beautician, It's for the young "fate" or "destiny." This is how I felt when I was told about
what do you think about the No- Sherry Bullard, teenager, Shannon White, MDJC-N and the young at heart.Every one of our recent new members for the Performing Arts So-
Bra Look? It's one of America's oldest j student, It's allrlght on the body can't wear It. ciety, Mrs. Frances Turner. Yes, it was as if the volcano was
Tim Terry, teacher, It's not ;fashions. I would feel very in- ]right woman as long as she Elyce Brown, nurse, I don't about to errupt and among the rumbling and discomfort of
for the well-groomed woman. complete and undressed with- 'doesn't get vulgar. see anything wrong with it because something about to happen, not knowing what, up comes our
A woman's body should be out wearing one W.E. Elsasser, principal, It: I like the freedom of most distinguished guest for this week, Mrs. Turner.
covered; however, if I were in RenaReddickMDJCNstudent \depends on who Is wearing it. movement. It depends on the Frances Turner is no newcomer to the music world. In fact I,
a night club without my wife, I am fully against it- too ;If the person has the right build l type of clothing a woman she has been breathing music and living music nearly all her
it might look better. much advertisement. I am for it. wears. life. This Is not difficult to believe especially when you're allowed -
F. White, teacher's aide, Mayme Bondu, public relations Oscar Morley, policeman, Deva Cohen, housewife, I to sit back on a Sunday afternoon during rehearsals and +
The "in" look now is the sheeror It's according to her To each his own;It's accroding i amold-fashioned !in thought and enjoy that magnificent contralto voice, so exact and so full-
see-through blouses. The ,shape to each his own. I am 'to the person who can wear it. feel that a woman Is not properly bodied. The good Lord certainly out did Himself when he distributed -
no-bra look In these would be, ;a non-conformist anyway. Doretha Mingo, helping dressed without a bra; his talents and Frances certainly was there when it
disgusting; men have not adjusted Phlllis Branch, entertainer, 'teacher, I don't like it; a woman however she should look as happened. What a blessing for the society.
to this they might in It depends on what a person Is should cover herself for feminine as possible. Mrs. Turner is a member, long-standing; with the Jesu
time, maybe. wearing and how she looks in the' sake of keeping a nice Marietta Cochr nteacber, Catholic Church Choir. She knows everything about Gregorian
Juanita Green nurse. Idon't it. When using good taste, j form. I don't think men like' A bra adds form and a certain chanting, religious hymns, sacred music and now, concert
think ..about it all. Women )there is a time and place for 'other men to see that which style to a well dressed wo material. "This is a new experience for me, especially that I
should wear bras. I the no-bra and the sheer look. they consider their personal] man's appearance. will have to act while singing," says she. "When I was Invited -
Daisy Oliver, teacher, It There are many illusions de- 'possessions. Becky Gruen, BC student, to attend a Sunday afternoon rehearsal at Mr. La
depends on the firmness and i signed by the garment Industry Carrie Davis Meek, MDJC- I don't approve of It at all, It's Pierre's home, I certainly didn't know what to expect even
the size of the figure. It might i to use In place of complete nudity 'North professor, Women do i Just a fad and won't last long though the Performing Arts society was already well knownto
make one look more natural < !not have to be bound by con It's not the proper way for a me. And after listening to.all those angelic voices and observing -
and appealing James McQueen, teenager, vention. If the look becomes; girl to dress. those well rehearsed facial expressions and body
Gwen Goolsby, teacher's ;If a girl wants to go along with :more fashionable, they won't: Betty Moss,. secretary, movements, I was absolutely awed to the point where I knewI
aide, I don't like it. society, let her 'do her own 'lose physical beauty because Girls with nice, small figures would be happy here. Since that very first day, I am finding
Carmen Jackson, librarian, i thing'. It Is more ladylike to 'mother nature has provided I can wear the 'look' if It's not myself doing things rd never tried before and it's workingout
It's for the young and firm and wear them. support. On the other hand, with sheer blouses so beautifully." This type of thinking Is certainly not un-
not for the old and flabby. Theresa Stuart, teenager, It 'there are very few who can go i Jackie James, teacher, It's familiar to me because it Is the general consensus of each
Josephine White, teacher, ;allows too much freedom. without one-- especially older best for the girl who is small one of our members. I should like to proclaim Mrs. Frances
The average woman is not built Lorraine Reddick,teenager, women. in size. Turner one of our greatest discoveries and above all,another
for it. ;I don't like It; it exposes too Napoleon Reed,entertainer, T.G. Turner, supervisor- pillar for the strength of our fortitude. She has had great impact -
Majorie Akin, teacher, I much I am very much accustomed o kindergarden, It's vulgar and with the group and now she will grace our stage for your
wouldn't want to start a stam- Stephanie Jones, teenager, 'nudity.. I admire a beautiful; degrading to the female. We benefit. Our most heartfelt welcome Frances.
pede. ]I like it with certain dresses 'body when a woman can carryit are building our young girlsup Progress is always being made with the preparations of our
Lucille Berger, MTST Ope- |that are designed for-it, : over with class. If a woman i for a big letdown It's leading momentous event. Invitations are disappearing faster than we
rator, I don't go for it. Charlotte Ford Clark, prin- 'has it physically, she should I to ,total nudity. It leaves can make them, the Miami: Beach Cultural Society Is starving
Margaret Bodbee, FAU stu- cipal i It's fine for those 'consider her age, body, and I no personal value. for more even though three hundred were made available to
dent, I thfnklt'ssounladyUke. ;youngsters with nice firm I good taste when showing It. I; Opal King, beautician, Hike them, Inquiries are coming in from all directions and at this
There's nothing more attra- i breast Personally lam not for wish they'd leave a little more> the bra and the smooth look. writing, very little publicity has been had My goodness, who '
tive than nice breast in a bra. it.< People should be attrative for the Imagination 'n some Henry YoungteacherI"dlg do we thank for all this?
JZeola Jones, I am still from :in what they wear. 'things should be left for the i it" one hundred percent, but We're very anxious to go. into production our first tele-
the{ old fashion .school. The Jim Toward, FAU student, ,I II sanctity of the Boudoir, and 1 rm against the see-through. vision showing. This has 'been scheduled for 1'i4>t too many days
bra improves'\,the appearance, ',like It' *. sounds like a good 'the Art of" Love-making ;vT. Black Model on the Go--La- from now and rehearsals movetat a feverish pace. Of course,
and it is"as:much a part of a idea. vante Gary, A&A Talent Modeling the videotape will not be used until early 1970. :"Florida
woman's wardrobe' as any Beatric'Cox,director-kind- ., Valles,'teacher, Our morals ,Agency. Showcase," it's called. Our publicity"people are considering
other garment. I are depresiatlng andthis .\ sending out notice-postcardsto' our patrons well in advance
am Just ergarden, I don't know too j ... ." : : ,
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for it and shouldn't try it; there aide, I think it's ,really : individual decision. -- ,to \ \" SPECIALSBetter I
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I Eustace Edgecombe Began With DeeringAs

a young man Eustace Once Jim Bishop the noted be back In its usual spot. 12, as he was going to or leaving -
Edgecombe came to Vlzcaya author interviewed him for a Eustace could not abide anyone church neighborhood P tJ
to help build it. He was fresh colurrn he did on James Deer- changing a thing at Vlzcaya.He at 1329 NW 6Gth Street,he was 1 lfI---
out of Nassau and out of work ing. Eustace told him all about was a loyal and trusted worker struck by a car and killed In ts
when he went to the mansion the early life and the famous who made the home his entire stantly.At
site South of Miami' and began persons who visited the mansion life.He that moment a light went .
as a vnterboy to the one-thou on Biscayne Bay when Mr. was a tall dignified man, out at Vizcaya that,never can by Joe Black; .
sand workers: blinding the Palace Deering was in residence.Quo respected by all and quiet in be turned on again.
for James Deering. famous quote was "no whistl- his graceful manner. His hair Surviving are six children,
When the house was completed .. ing in the house." James silvered with age and he was Mrs. Hortense Lucas,
he moved inside as Deering did not like whistling loved by everyone who had any Eustace, Jr., Theodore, Ric- '
flower boy and later as houseboy : while he occupied the '70 room contact with him. He never hard, Chauncey and Williamall h""tN'M'h'" ".: yH.KCI'Irl ;\,.,:';
In charge of the upkeep.He house he built mostly Coral lost his picturesque speech of of Miami. Also a sister -
knew where every pieceof rock and filled wUh authenticand the Bahamas and used the"W" Bramgllda Edgecombe of Nassau -
furniture or painting be- valuable antiques.In for the "V" and had a British a niece,Lillian Edmonds, very pleased by the response I've gottento
longed and he stayed on when cultivated manner with words and a nephew: Frank Edge-
the County took over the house times of stress such as that did not permit slang or combe, of Nassau. my series of "By the Way" messages.
to mike it a public showplace."My h1rrieane-.Eustace: stayed misuse of the language.On Burial'was In Lincoln Me-
heart belongs here," night long at Vtzcaya, sleeping Sunday night, November morial park, Miami. Greyhound has long been aware that our
he said recently when asked iq'alone to protect the M youth must play a major role in assuring thatno
about retirement.My friends house he loved so much.Should component of our great American "meltingpot'
are all here and lam happy Just anyone move anything to try a "' should have to accept anything less than
He better effect, next day it would
keeping busy. w ts.too.
equality and freedom. Therefore, the messagesI
i A E: v R present reflect the problems facing the black

community today, as I see them.
For example, I feel very strongly that our

)V youth must not be allowed to get hung up by

.reacting with a purely emotional response to
black problems, to a point where they lose the

capacity to think for themselves.. .and I've saidso.

U N The late Malcolm X said_ very much the

__ same thing in a talk to a group of teenagers,
____ when he stated : "One of the first things young
t people of today should learn is how to see for

} themselves, listen for themselves, and

m" .....-.-......-- ....._- s + think for themselves." I believe that I also
EUSTACE EDGECOMBE believe that the black people'who are going ,to
move up in our society are the ones who are

I Alphamen Of Beta Beta Lambd! k smart enough to exercise some control over
their emotions, and start preparing themselvesfor

Chapter. Honored new opportunities and responsibilities.That's .

the of Black Power. And
secret true
The Brothers'of Beta Beta
Myrna Lee on Saturday even-
Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Ing, Nov. 15, the evening was spreading that secret around is what "By the
Alpha were treated with royalty' filled with fun and games.The; "You sure do ring my chimes" said Selena Way" by Joe Black is all about.
at the home of John and brothers in attendance were t Lee of 15750 NW 18th Court, Opa-locka. a patient
very enthusiastic over the t at Variety Children's Hospital, when she was In .....
VOLUNTEERS well planned event sponsored I vited 'to "get into the act" of noted comic' Paul \ .' "k.4ib"'f'i tti: ,l:,, ">1 r .;F ..-..-s' t'1;;'" ""."w.;,".".

"by. Final the Alpbabettes.plans are being made. ,Benson (L) the Laugh I uct oneer. Others who presented ,'.I : "..' t\:. ':\.. :...' 7'/1 VJ'It* ,
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Wilkins Hails Rejection Of Haynsworth As Victory''

For Legislative Process

New York The Senate's 55 fight led by the late Walter phatically, to abandon the tion. Meanwhile, the Associa- negative civil rights record and. sure the Administration W.ls.'r
to 45 rejection of the nomina- White against the confirmationof nomination of Judge Clement tion began mobilizing its unitsin urging his rejection. He did not claim the vote as
tion of Judge Clement F, President Hoover's Haynsworth.: each of the 50 states to call 1 "an exclusive NAACP victory.
Haynsworth for the United Supreme Court nominee, upon their senators to vote In his new.conference here, It was the result of a combination -
States Supreme Court is Judge John J. Parker of North On Aug. 12, six days before against confirmation.Also the, Nov. 21, the NAACP leader of many factors and forces
'iurther indication of the Carolina, as now, organized the President formally an- NAACP distributed a quarter- conceded that he was "surprised including the nominee's ques-
growth of liberal policy in the labor played an Im- nounced the nomination, Mr. million pamphlets: setting by the size of the vote tionable ethical standards and
country and of the increasing portant role in the rejectionof Wilkins again sent a telegramto forth Judge Haynsworth's against confirmation, as Fm his anti-labor rulings. It wasa
power of the Negro vote," Roy the appointment. They Mr. Nixon expressing "the victory for the legislative
Wilkins, executive director of worked hard and so did we," earnest hope that Judge Cle- process and should afford a
the National Assocation for he said. ment Haynsworth will not be Power Of Communications LecturerAn lesson for young black militants -
the Advancement of Colored On July 19, Mr. Wilkins named. On his record, Negro who disavow legisla-
People, said here Friday,Nov. initiated the effort to avert the Americans and their friends interested personality" technology the black man en tion and political action as a
21, following the Senate vote. Haynsworth nomination. would not only resent but would is in our midst giving lecturers create and have as a realityand means of advancing the race
Mr. Wilkins made it clear Prompted by a report that also actively oppose this elevation and. running courses on not a dream the total free Things can be accomplished
that the Association "was not President Nixon was consi- ." the power of communication.His : dom that many including Mal- without violence through the
opposed to Judge Haynsworth dering Judge Haynsworth for colm X have spoken of. Nor- democratic process."
because of his southern back- the vacancy created by the In hearings before the A man can be contacted at 444- "We are," he said, "very
ground. We opposed him because forced resignation of Justice Senate Judiciary Committee, 6296. pleased with the outcome."
of his civil rights views. Abe Fortas, Mr. Wilkins told Clarence Mitchell, director of, '.
There are several able the President that the appoint the NAACP Washington
southern Judges with good civil ment "would spell disaster to Bureau, andSamllel W.Tuckera ANNOUNCING
rights records who would bea the entire racial equality pro- Virginian NAACP lawyerand
credit to the Supreme gram now embodied in law." a member of the Associa
Court." The NAACP, he said in a telegram tion's national Board of Di- The Opening Of The New
The NAACP leader recalledthe
"urges your most rectors, presented testimonyin
successful 1930 NAACP respectfully, but mst em- opposition to the nomina-

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?-- THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 28 1969 "

DEATHS I loving memory of, family of the late, Mrs. Catherine Williams of

I CARDS MEMORIALS ;-; .'< 'rJfij,, STANLEY ROBINSON HARCOURT Newark Survivors. N.include J. died Leonard Nov. 16.,

wishes to thank the many/ husband, three son: Larry

friends neighbors, and rela- George; daughter Rosa Lee;

tives for their expressions three sisters Miry Rich,
CARD OF THANKSThe PMDSE of concern and sym- Daisy Cunningham !and AnnieM

family of the late family of the late, pathy during the lengthy illness Brown; four brothers Waiter -
family of the late
Morland James Patterson
WILMA CHESTNUTwho and passing of its loved ,
DAVE BYNOE --.... Senior Patterson and
wish to graciously express ,,,,"' '.
one.Special Services were
Norman Davis
departed this life Nov.15, appreciation ex-
their sincere thanks for the b
1969 wish to to Canon Cooper and held Saturday from Greater
our pressed
and express
warm kind expressions of .
for Harold Sweeting of St. New Bethel Baptist Church.
sympathy and services shown : grateful appreciation Fr.
cards, food, the floral piece Peter's African Orthodox Arrangements are incom-
Sands them by the rector Rev.of Lambert L. from the Open Doors,donations ; .,.. .. ... Church; to Fr.Stafford Sweet plete for Joseph Lawyer, who
S. Agnes
ilfi" and the many acts of MILLER ing pastor of Christ the King died Nov. 20. He WAS reading!
Episcopal Church Guilds and
kindness. African Orthodox Church and at 3220 NW 21 1th S :.H.,Is survived -
the members. Also membersof March 1, 1890 -Nov. 26,1963 ;
Mt.Sinai Baptist Church and i:: :. ..4Iq Special thanks to the staff of Rest eternal grant unto him to Fr. Lambert Sands of St. by his father Tom; stepmother -
( the Francis and Richardson Agnes P. E. Church; also to Lillian; two brothers
Alpha Pi Chi Sorority neigh- \ o LordI! And let light perpetual
Funeral home, and Rev. Thed- shine Dr. Albert Edwards to the administrators Homer and Leon; shIer! Etta
bors and friends. And further '''.'. upon him. two sistersinlawIsabel
thanks to the ford Johnson of St.John Baptist and staffs of M. ;

Funeral home for exceptional Rahming Church. Lillian Miller wife Christian Hospital, Inc, and and Ida Mae; three aunts

services rendered.IN 'v. ., and FamilyIN the Fountainhead Convales- three uncles, nieces and
.. : Mrs. Geneva B. Williams, cent Htrne; also, to Messrs nepRews.
MEMORIAMIn sister-in-law James Chandler, James Mc- Mrs. Beatrice Mansfield of

loving memory of, Mrs. Gwendolyn Finley, MEMORIAM Donald, Nathaniel Rolle, Wel- 1445 NW 1st Ave., #25, died
AGNES EULIN BETHELwho niece In sad but loving memcry lington Rolle, James SUva and Nov. 24. Services are incom

departed this life Novem- of our dear daughter)and sis- Charles Storr; also the Range plete. Survivors include two

ber 8, 1969 wishes to express ter,. Funeral Home. daughters Doretha Walker and

: J l ; 1 with grateful appreciation to CARD OF THANKSIn iF. 9. Sarah Plokey; two sons Willie
t'.' our many friends neighborsand t r 4' y w Mrs. Hilda Adams Robinson and Gordon; ten grands; three

I different organizations for memory of my dear husband wife and the Robinson sisters Nancy Samson, Nett
their acts of kindness and children. Mae Perry, Gordie M. Johnson -

thoughtful expressions of IIL! ].i_ ... ...._ .
sympathetic deeds during the 'F @4 x f i$ James a*,vis of 11400( SW

illness and death of their loved RANGE 220th St., Goulds died Nov.
20. Survivors include wIfe'

one.Special thanks to Rev.Aaron -dSP k Molvin Dixon of 4761 1/2 Lola Davis ; granddaughter

I Hall, Choir # 2, the staff of the NW 22nd Ave., died Sunday great grands; father-in-law

Range Funeral home, Ebenez- 4rri '""..I Nov. 23. He is survived by two Charlie William of Titus-
er Methodist Church Bunche l( I f" "); : sisters Mildred Carter and ville, Fla.; three sisters Mt's.

WILLIE SAUNDERS Park School family and Phi Sheila Dixon; five brothers Davis McKlre; Mrs. Geneva
\ who departed this life Nov. Delta Gaskins and Mrs. Clara
Kappa Sorority. Rollie, Willis Vernon, James
24, 1961. We shall always remember and Henry; and his mother Choice; four brothers Jack
A loving smile we loved to you. May God continue to Ramllda. Arrangements are and Roosevelt Davis Andrew

.see and a voice we loved is shower you with blessings. incomplete Bishop; two uncles G, C. Da.
still, a place is vacant In our d' A.S. Willie D Mason of 3091 NW vis of Perrine and Fred avis

home, which never can be. William Bethel, son .............__. --- -,---. EMILY DAWKINS, 43rd Ter., died Wednesday at of Hasting Fla.; four aunts;
filled. Maria Bethel, daughter MR. CLARENCE WALKERwho who departed this life Nov.23, Jackson Hospital He is survived three sisters--law,two bro-
Mrs. Saunders wife
Mary Denise Bethel duaghter departed this life Nov.25, 1968. by his wife Rasa Mae; thers-in-law. Remains were
Mrs. Marion Saunders, mo- Lillian Davis, sister 1968. Grant her 0 Lord, eternal five children, six brothers and shipped *o LakeCltySaturdiy.: .
t ther
Mary L. Tasewell sister Gone, but not forgotten. May rest. two sisters. Services wore -
Mrs.Marlon Verdell Wright, Arthur Eulin, brother his soul rest in peace. James Dawkins father held Monday, 3 p.m. in the MEMORIAM
and Hannah, mother In loving memory of our
James H. Eulin, brotherIN Christina Dawkins, chapel.
daughters Mrs. Willie M.Walker,wife Nathalie Pratt, sister George White of 413 East 1 wife, mother and sister,
Eleven grandchildren three .,!
'1. great grands six brothers Miss Alva Grace daughterIN Charles Dawkins, brother Church. inStuart, Fla.,died
Saturday in the VA hospital.
two sisters and host of
a sorrowing
,." Remains will b* shipped to
relatives and friends.
CARD OF THANKSThe 'The family of the late, MEMORIAM In sad but loving memory of ''Stuart for final rites.

1r, 8II!tJ:! .!!10 "' ___ our dear mother sister and
family of the late < In loving of our Wilbur of 5550
...... memory grandmother Kelly NW 15
dear mother and grandmother MYRTLE GIBSON TAYLOR 'Ave., died at M>'-. Sinai Hos-

... who departed this life Nov 29, i j pital. He is survived by a
'} 1968. brother Franklin; three sis- Nwx

There is a home that lies I ters Helen Dorsette, Eloise
l '1'r.. beyond Bryant and Miriam Flatts.

r \j't/; ,. \ And pass its golden door: I Services were held at St.
;; 1kt ": Awaits our mother who is now Pet e r's American Catholic
r" I Church.
". ;, } away
( f." ; before
Not lost Just gone
... J,'t Isiah Wilcox of 1288
'h ,And in that home t1Ues! E. 90th
beyond 'St., Cleveland Ohio died Sun-

t. The Mister will prepare :!day,/Nov. 16. He is survivedby ROBINSONwho

t r\:..,. .. A place for us and when he two daughters Deborah and departed this life Nov.29,
.,. .' r .i, calls }Phyliss ; two sisters Roberta 1963.
We'll meet our mother there. 'and Johnnie Mal;five brothers Gone is the face we loved so
1870 NW 22nd Ave.,who departed who departed this life Nov.29, ------. -- Willie J., Robert ,L., Elmer! well
this life Nov. 2 in VA 1968 at 1:45 at Jackson Verne Taylor Tinker
MRS. BERNICE FOWLERwho ]Eugene: and Enwry; a sister- Silent the voice we loved to
Hospital wish to express Memorial Hospital, wish to departed this life Nov 28, daughter j in-law, Frances. Services hear.
grateful appreciation to our express sincere thanks and Fernly R. Taylor son were held at Mt. Zion Baptist
Too far for
many friends and many others appreciation to all his friends. 1965.May her soul rest In peace Chauncey M, Gibson, Hen- <(
too numerous to** mention. Sleep on dear brother and and light perpetual shineon derson, Ky., brother Walter Davis of 1731 NW not too far for, thought to
Special thanks for Floral take your rest,we love you but her. Robert Reed, Sherroa Tay-76th St., died Monday at the reach

pieces, telegrams, cards, God loves you best. The family lor, E a d r 0 n McCullough, (Christian Memorial Hospital. Sweet to recall her once so
food,'l one calls and other Cynthia Tinker grandchildren ]He is survived by a daughter near
acts of kindness extended to us Elizabeth Johnson, sister and other relatives and
IN MEMORIAMI <( during our bereavement, your friends. : incomplete. dear
expression of sympathy will would like to thank all the
always be remembered. IN MEMORIAMIn friends o' my Ute husband IN MEMORIAM CARD Emanuel Robinson, husband
Thanks to the Rahming Fun- II __ In loving memories of the Patricia Robinson,daughter

eralhome and its staff, Father memory of late.. family and friends of Mamie Warren, sister

Lambent Sands and members, the late, Maude Jackson sister
of the St. Agnes Church. MRS. FRANKIE SHUMAKE,
c' who departed this life Novem-
Mary Ann Jarrettand family
ber 10, are indeed grateful for
IN MEMORIAMIn r the many acts kindness ren- IN MEMORIAM

dered them during their hour
loving memory of our beloved of bereavement. In loving memory of our

mother and grandmother Special thanks are also extended husband and father,

'I to Rev. ThedfordJohn- MR. NATHAN C. JACKSONwho
MRS. LAURA RANKIN son, the choirs and membersof departed this life. Dec.
who departed this life Nov.28, 2 1968.
St. John Baptist Church for ,
', 1968.A ro a. their Immeasurable consola- You are not forgotten loved one
precious one from .IS has tion and aslstance, Reverends Nor will you ever be'

gone.A Edward T. Graham, Janus We miss you now. ,

I voice we love is missed .._ .. ..... _n.... JAMES GARDNER Dunn, James Pickett, and the You loving smile, your gentle .
A vacancy in our hearts and v face.
"'J"V 1<0""' '__ who departed this life Novem- Richardson Mortuary.God .
MR, JIM SMITH ber 24th 1967.A I sent this singer upon earth No oe 'can fill your vacant
That never can be filled ,
departed this life Novem- Special thanks to Lindsey precious one from us has with songs of sadness and place.

i Mary McCray, daughter ber 26, 1967. Hopkins School, the Svanee gone of mirth; Our hearts are sad.

Pat McCray granddaughter Grant her 0 Lord, enternal Gospelettes the Church of A voice we loved is stilled That she might touch the We love you, but Jesus loves

Johnny Ricky and Arran rest. Christ, the neighbors of NW A vacancy in our heart and hearts of men you best. > I
McCray, grandsons '3rd Ave. and theSaslaw Family. home And bring them back to 1 1I I

Miry E. McCray grand Henry Dean, uncle Can never be filled. heaven. Era Albury Jackson, wife :

daughter-inlaw, Johnny Mc- Blanche Flewelin,, cousin Sadly missed by the Family The Walden: and Morris Cynthia ,Jackson Nails,

Cray, Jr., great grandson Mrs. Vernice Smith and friends. Families daughter and Familyn


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 28, 1969 21

Picture Encourages Blacks How To Avoid Being GyppedNew

Toward Bankina CareersA York (UPI).There Is effect, call the firm responsible can help you. If you can't figure

new motion picture to encourage ** no sure way to avoid being under it for repairs. If the out which one, write to
organizations, churches, and groups, D?. Wright comments
victimized by a dishonest or repairman finds repairs and his office
black youths to con- other groups interested in career The first motion picture your governor
incompetent service or repair that are not covered will forward complaintto
sider banking as a career has development.The produced by the Museum was necessary your
been produced in Detroit and film originated from an entitled "You canbeaDoctor. man. But there are precautions in the warranty, ask for an the right place.Or .
is ,believed to be the first of idea of Dr. Charles Wright, ." everyone can take: itemized list. If repairs are complain to the manu-
Beware of "Incredible" not covered in the warranty facturer are responsive
its type. some very
president of the International Dr. Wright comments that,
bargains they often result in prefer to use a dif- to customer dis
film the you may
The produced
by Afro-American Museum, and "both Dr. Whitten and I know
expensive repairs on shoddy ferent repair service. satisfaction. Find out who in
International Afro-American Dr. Charles F. Whitten, director that there is an extensive bodyof
Museum, in cooperation with of the museum's career literature and films on career merchandise. Bargains in Always demand Itemized the company handlescomsumer -
National Bank of Detroit service, for instance offers of complaints. If you can't
the films library. opportunities. But despite bills.Where
free "house calls" to look at practical,ask for return or if you receive a form letter
called Bank Is
is "The Opento "The Bank Is Open to You"is this fact little of it has
out-of-order television sets of defective that write to the
parts directly company
You. the second of a series of clearly addressed Itself to
may end in astronomical re- have been replaced.Reputable president by name.
The 15-minute color film films on career opportunities blacks In relevant
,will be distributed nationallyby produced for the benefit of young a pair bills television repairmen,, for instance Others to write to Include
manner. Be Wary of unknown door-' leave tubes they replace Mrs. Virginia Knauer, White
the International black youth in cooperation with black
"In the
to-door salesmen ad-
particularly affairs
House consumer
American Museum. It is de- business and
Industry, ap- youngsters have viewed career
in the home improvement estimate In visor local
schools 'Always Get an ; consumer groups
signed ,community propriate professional information literaturewith
field. A local man's reputation writing. If it is too high, you the Federal Trade Commis-
skepticism because it did is among his most valuable as can call another repairman. sion where applicable; Indus

Gainesville Florida News not seem to apply to them. sets. The fly-by-night Is not This may pay you,even though'' try association, trade groupsor
Now they can actually see that worried about repeat trade. Cit may,incur a second "housecall" your local newspaper.

black men can reach high posts Check on the man you are fee.Don't The courts,because of costs
Arrest Pair In CourthouseTwo in medicine or In a major bank., The local Better in last
dealing with. be embarrassed to and long delays, are .,
This affects their owndriveto Business Bureau, ,or a local ask questions, demand expla, resort. In some area, how
men were arrested They are James Smith 37 "
reach high life 'goals
trade association may know of nations. ever, there are small claims
Monday morning on the second 530 1/2 NW 2nd St. a barber
"The Bank Is Open to You"was
complaints lodged against If all else falls, make com courts where cases under a
floor of the Alachua County and Isaac Johnson 43,1027 NE
filmed in
entirely Detroit.
him. Others who have done plaint. Inform the local Better certain sum can be brought
Courthouse for trying to give 1st St.,a cement finisher.Both Although the central profes-
business ,with him should Business Bureau, or there individuals, rather quickly and
testimony before the state attorney were being held under$30"bond
sional in film
the are
persons consulted but this is not totally without
a nay be a state agency which lawyers.
in an intoxicated condition at the Alachua County Jail this employed at'National Bank of reliable check. - -

a sheriffs report said. morning. Detroit, the motion picture Beware of soundalike trade WHERE OTHER READERS HAVE FAILED

does not identify the bank. If want to the SHE HAS SUCCEEDED
names. you if
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22 TH MIAMI TIMES, Fiday, ''November tn, in/rt _. .....__. _


Triumph The Church and

Kingdom of God in Christ

I' Churches are sponsoring the ;,,,

following services:

Friday night, December 12,

8:00 p.m., 6825 NW 20th Ave,

Mrs. E.B. Harris. .National 4,
Youth Supervisor of Triumph S t.4. '

the Church and Kingdom of God

in Christ of Pittsburgh, Pen-

nsylvania, will be speaking.She .
is a dynamic speaker;also

it 3n QI Mrs. Francis Hicks will be
Inu f ) Sunday In a mini-concert. Come out )

Roberts and be inspired.is pastor.Prince W.J. I _

Men's Day At Hopewell Baptist Saturday night, December13th
8:00 p.m., 6825 NW 20th
Ave. Triumph Church. There

will be a big musical program

Sunday Is Men's Day at County Public School Teacher featuring Mrs. Francis Hicks
BACK ROW: Miss Debbie Bowman Youth winner Mesdames Laverne
Hopewell Missionary Baptist who has six years of teaching of Pennsacola, Florida, Mr. ;
Church, located at 1961 NW 62 experience to bring to the i Carl Murray, Mrs. Rosetta Roundtree, Julia McCaa. Louise Clarke, Rose Gardy, Betty Washington,

St., the Rev. J.J. Sheffield, task. That task will be the i Ellis and many others. Come Nancy Miles. FRONT ROW: Mesdames Lula Bowman, Carleather Jordon,

pastor. Selected to be the theme of this Men's Day,"MenAs out and enjoy yourself. Prince Edna Thompson. Not shown: Mrs. (della Brown.

morning speaker Is the Rev, Co-Partners with God." W.J. Roberts pastor.

William H. Washington Sr., The Rev. Washington bringsa Monday night,December 15,
wealth of a background,having Triumph Church of Opa-locka,

received his B.A. degree Florida, 8:00 p.m., will be
--- from Dillard University and presenting Mrs. Francis

Florida A&M University, his Hicks and Mr. Carl Murray

.!>. degree in Theology and many others in a musical fiMwA ,

from the Interdenominational program. Come out and enjoy

Theological Center inAtlanta, Christ. Prince H. Mobley Is

Ga., and recently'a M.A. degree pastor.

from the University of Tuesday night, December

t Mia ml. He is a member of 16th, Triumph No. 1 at. 1752

many civic and religious organizations NW 1st Ct., 8:00 p.m.., will be
and is presidentof presenting Mrs. Francis

Holmes Elementary PTA Hicks of Pennsacola, Florida,
Coming to the forefront in the Mr. Carl Murray and many

afternoon at 3:00 pm.'w1ll be others in a musical concert.

the Rev.C.T. Preston and Cane out and
congregation help us enjoy ___....._... ,
in m -- ---j-'""' >' _
charge, Peaceful God. Prince H. Williams is 'ii\\It HI: J

Zion Baptist Church. This too pastor

15 expected to be an excitingpart Women's Day At Cohen'sThe I

Rev. William H, Washington, of the Men's Day celebra-
Sr. Morning speakerwho tion The Rev. Preston Is also SAINT MARY'SMESLEYAN

a substitute teacher In Dade METHODIST women of AM Cohen w---: w
Is widely known as a County School System The Temple Church of God in
preacher and an evangelical public Is cordially invited to Mrs. Adele McCray, reporter Christ celebrated their third

singer of outstanding reputa- attend both these services. annual Women's Day with a day
tion. In addition to these, the J.n. Sheffield, reporter.Rev. It is a good thing to give filled with activities.Following -
Rev. Washington Is a Dade thanks. Services as usual on
J.j. Sheffield pastor the morning services, the
-- Sunday, Nov. 30 The Missionary
men of the Church serveda
GREATER NEWMACEDONIA CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP would like to say I delicious dinner to all members ,., ,
thanks to all members who donated
and guests present. At '
food to make baskets for
three o'clock the Youth De-
Rev. Roscpe Jackson,pastor Rev. p.S, Brown, pastor the shut-ins and the poor.The partment rendered a delightful

Willie J. Beard, reporterThe ML. Nixon,reporter Pastor's Aid board will celebrate program featuring .Miss Bar-
anniversary at
bara Jackson as the guest
president, officers and Good gospel singing th the church on Sunday,Nov. 30,
speaker and the Rossettes as
members of Ushers' Board readings and solos is what you at 3;30 p.m., everyone is in-
No 2 would like to take this will hear and enjoy SundayDec. vited. Our sick and shut-ins, guest vocal group.
The chairman Mrs. Edna
opportunity to thank each and j 14 at 3:00 pm the time remains the same. Don't forget ,
everyone who helped made of the Adult Choirs Anniversary the dinner sales at the Thompson and the cochairman -
Mr.Lula Bowman wish to _.... _... .
their Seventh ---- ---- -- -
Anniversary a
Come one, come all. You church every Satruday, for j
tremendous success. Special are most cordially invited to delivery call 758-1601. Visitors take this opportunity to ex- MRS. ANNIE RIDLEY MRS MATTIE MOSS
thanks to Rev Simmie Tillman press their gratitude to the
,enjoy a unique program. are always welcome at St.
of Macedonia and Rev. J.E. The Willing Workers Club Mary's. members and friends who 'slonaries in the Churches of was crowned Women's Day
:helped to make the third annual Jenkins of Friendship M.B. j Is grateful to Rev.I.H. Readonand Eastern Queen for 1969.Congratulations -
Churches who delivered the j his members, visiting LILY WHITE NEWS Women's Day a success., I Florida. The theme for the day to our Queen Run-

messages. Total raised: $1- 363.75. I their ing and evening speakers, i for Chlrst." Hardy and Mrs. Julia McCaa.
anniversary Sundayafternoon. : The Jr's of 129 held their Mrs. Annie Ridley Delray'' Highlighting the Other
On Thursday nightThanks- day's activities captains Included Mrs.
giving) a giant Musical Extra- Our deepest and most heart- last meeting Nov. 22. The Beach and Mrs. Mattie Moss was the crowning of the Louise Clarke, Mrs. Laverne
Christmas party for the Jr'sNo. of Howard Fla. Both of these'I Car
'vanganza featuring Bro. RayCrume felt; sympathy goes out to brother letter Jordan Roundtree, Mrs. Donna Jen-
129 will
and the Miami Zion i Walter White for the loss at .3282 NW 50th be beldDec.13th, women serve as District Mis-i raised the highest amount and kins and Idella Brown.BROWNSVILLE.
St. Executive
Tones along with a host of f ,of his
brother. Anyone wish-
Board meeting will be held at
other groups and choirs. A Ing to send condolences BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD>
may the house of Mrs. Adele McBride -, FIRST CATHERDRALElder
grand time is in store for all 1
write to 413
: Church Street, at 3 p.m., address 7621
that The attend.Ministers' I Stuart Fla. or 2510 NW 153 NW '12 Ct. All officers,pleasebe A. Williams, pastor Bishop E.E.Rahming,pastor Rev. F.L. Johnson, pastor
Deacons' j St., O a-Iocka, Fla. There will be a Shirley Cooper, reporterWe
Union working under the juris- < present and on time. The special The Youth Directors and
diction of seaboard If you did not get a chance last meeting for the seniors of j Spirtual Evangelistic Tea. members of the Brownsville

Association of Florida Baptist is in to see your captain for report-; will be held on the Monday j Sunday, Nov. 30th,at 3:30p.m. would like to thank the Baptist Church wish to express -
1 Lord
ing your brown envelopes, after the first Sunday In I here at First Catherdral fea- for the wonderful service their sincere thanks and
session at the Day Spring M.B. j please do so as early as pos- December, refreshments will *turing the Elder Mose Davis we had on Sunday talking appreciation to our many

Church, Rev. W.M. Slater, ,sible. Visit the sick members be served. of Jacksonville, Fla. The pub- about Thanksgiving. How you friends for their cooperationand

pastor. who are in the hospital and Get well wishes to all of the 'lic is cordially invited to bea could thank the Lord for what attendance at our "Har-

r', those convalescing at home ,sick and, shut-ins and happy j part of this Tea. Come see, he do for you daily, and the ves Tea." A special thanksto

DRAKE MEMORIAL .1 birthday: to all who are having 'hear this dynamtic man of God. more he would' bless you. our speaker, Mrs. Essie

Rev. J.W. Dunn,pastor 1 birthdays in November. Our you'll be spirtually inspir- We Sunday Invite 'is our union day. Silver, for such a wonderful
JORDAN GROVE I deepest< to Antoinette (ed. A Gospel program will also you to come out and
N.T. Green,reporterThe II sympathy be with us.Tuesday. speech, "The Power of the
Missionary Society I Turner and family in the ]be featured with many groups Church Today," The Youth

wishes to thank the members i lost of their mother and !appearing. night, Bible classat Choir of Mt. Calvary Baptist
Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor grandmother.: The St. Joseph's Church of 8 p.m. and Thursday night Church for
r of the church for food given to I Happy Thanksgiving the beautiful ren-
make the baskets for the Eddie Gilbert,reporter I to everyone. 'God by Faith is now in Progress regular service at 8 p.m. ditions they presented.

Juanita McCloud < with a spiritual revival
needy. How well did you carryout reporter.
Willing Workers Club conducted by the Elder Mose GRACEPRESBYTERIAN
the Bible verse "It is Better -
sponsor a sale on this MT. Davis of Jacksonville, Florida WRITTEN IN
to give than to receive." AARONMISSIONARY | HEAVEN
Nov. 29.
They are these services will concludeon
The Pastor's Aid will meeton asking everyone to come by the Sunday. At which time the Elder Bernice King, pastor Rev. W.F Savoy,pastorWe
the second Sunday in December church In
of treat yourselves to a Monday 8:00choirrehersal.Wednesday 'amous* Sons of Faith will be lola Elliard, reporter
at the home Sister
variety of good taste. In a recital at 8:30 The give thanks for all the
8:00 p.m.
Thelma Instead of the Prayermeeting.
third Sis. Manuel Pies. The No.1 ;church is located at 217 NW 8 This is to inform you that j festivities of the past week,

Our Sunday.Deaconess will observe Usher board will sponsor a Saturday 5:00,Sunday School1'St. Also featured is,the In- t the fifth Sunday union meeting !and we know that Christian

their the third ;program on this Sunday night t teacher's meeting, 5:30 Jr. 'ternationally known Bishop will convene at Church of j fellowship is a wonderful
anniversary on
at the thing.
j Church Let
? Sunday In December and Sis. for they are asking choir rehersal, Jr. Usher1board. James Harris of New York, |Christ Written in Heaven, No sick, and us remember our
: your full support,Rev.Van (City whom has been a recent 2 of Opa-locka will begin November i shut-in continually,
Nichols is all members
asking j Eubanks, guest speaker Nov. 27, 6:00 a.m., Rev. 'graduate of the Columbia University 28 through 30. Come ,especially through the advent
to please plan attend this anniversary Bro. and Christmas
Bannister, president. :Sample will bring the Thanksgiving and has received his one come all.Annointed season.
on December 21 at The Let us also
Male chorus will contest I Day message at New PH Degree. He along with woman of God will remember our
3:00 p.m. I the male'chorus of Antioch Providence M.B. Church. 'others will be a part of these I begin a revival meeting at the ,church obligations: To turn In
Sister McNeil Is at home. :j Baptist ,on this Sunday night services. The public is Invited church on November 8th startIng our pledge cards, to pay our
please remember to visit and 1 :at :Antioch, the public is invlt- Rev OL Sample, Jr., pastor Bishop W, Littlejohn, at 8:00 p.m Evangelist per capita tax as soon as possible -
pray for the sick and shut-ins. 4 ed. Bernice Pend,reporter ,pastor. 1 Mary Collier is the speaker. and to make 100% In our
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday November 28. 1969 23
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.ouaa oooaaoaoWomen's

Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
Community Sanctuary
"'" M. L. Paschal,pastor
Sunday, November 30, is Elaine pastor Gilbert want reporterThe to thank hopes to expand its religions Geneva Paschal, reporter

Women's Day at St. James Program by sponsoring a Rev. Smith, pastor of St.
those members who accompanied
AME Church of which Rev. radio ministry. We are asking Mary Baptist Church of North
him to Antioch
M. B. ,
S.L. Gay is pastor. Our 21st the moral and financial sup- Miami Beach will close out the
Church on last Sunday. port of all those who believesin
annual Women's Day on Sun- Pastor's
Anniversary Sunday,
Friday Nov. 28 at 8 p.m.
day begins at 9:30 with the Sun- will fellowship among Christian at 3 p.m. along with the No. 2
the Society
Missionary people. All of our activitiesand
day School. Stewardess Board of Trinity
begin celebrating: their anniversary
teaching are nondenominational

r CME Church and many others.
wit a musical program The Bible is our textbook The public is invited come

all choirs will be pres We aim to promote fellowship out and help make this anni-
ent. Rev. J. W. Stephenson of ) among all denomina
Antioch will close out this anniversary ,tions. Our services as follows versary a success.

Sunday at 11 a.m.
: Wednesday, Bible study-
I Everyone is cordially invited. all age groups, 6:00 to 8:00 GREATER ST. LUKE
Sis. Lorraine Fuller is prsi- p.m. Friday, Special advanced

ArMM. R M dent. study for Missionary Evangelist MAE WOOD Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor
I Another Homecoming Dayon and Preachers 6:00 to Greetings to all daughtersof Betty Taylor, rporterAll
ALBERTHA SPARKSand Sunday at 3 p.m. The Rev. 8:00 p.m. the IBPO of E of W of the roads lead to St. Luke

> Ferguson and congregation of Platform Services are on Miami area: Friday Nov. 28 where
: ,JI" congregation will renderour you
Second Church Rich-
+' 3:00 p.m. service.At Baptist Sunday from 2:30 to 6:00 p.m. Please note that I am ap- can see and hear the Rev. Ira
the evening service at mond Heights in charge of Transportation free.Call 374- pealing to all Temples who do McCall of WMBM along with
services. You are Invited. 9508 or FR1-7328. not have a juvenile class to
6:30 p.m.a singsplratlou plan- the Sons of Jerico and many
: ::',:, '< ,\ ned for your enjoyment.Come Elder Hezekiah Trinker is try and get one organized, because 'Others.

t'* 'ii out and hear some of the out- director our future depends on The pastor wish to thank

.\'SYi"irc ,' ,.,;V';..:_,'_'t... P.. ; ,,,,,,",,,": standing choirs of the city. ZION HOPEMISSIONARY our youth with the satisfactionof Rev. .Johnson for carrying on
security with an inward service for him last
MRS LULA DA YE serv- BAPTIST NEW HOPE PB CHURCH peace for their confused
es as chairman of this event
At the 11 a.m. service Mrs. minds.
Lula Daye, will be the guest with chairman.Mrs. Delores Plan Miller co- Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Rev. H.C. Samuels, pastor I will make my official visits MT. CALVARY
now to spend Patricia Gowen
speaker. In 1968-69 she was the day with St. James AME Bessie Williams, reporter reporterThe to Antlers Temple Dec. 5,
elected by popular votes as Church. 1969; Overseas Temple, Dec. Rev. SAtchlsonpastor

first negro President of the Usher board No. 2 will have Choir No. 2 and The Calvary pastor would, officers like to,thank andmembers 9; Greater Miami Temple, Phyllis Xeal, reporterThe
Broward County classroom Travelers would like to thank Dec. 10; Liberty Temple,Dec. Ushers': Board wish to
a sale party on Saturday,Nov. Rev. Williams and Rev. WhU-
teachers association, Inc. In 29th at .the home of Sis Am- each and everyone that came lowe for Substituting on Sunday 16; Pride of Miami Council, thank everyone who helped to
1969 Mrs. Daye was selectedas mette out either nights for helping Dec. 21; 0. W. Bannerman make their program a success -
Plummer 2104
NW 68th for our pastor while he
one of the "Personalitiesof them to make their anniversaries was Temple, Dec. 22. .
at the association.
the South." a success. Yours in C.J.S.L. and F. Prayer meeting every
There will be a dinner saleon
Rev. James Hendon, pastorof Rev. S.L. Gay, pastor Rev. William Armstrong, Sunday November 30th at Mae Wood District DeputyBROWN'S Thursday night.

Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Nellie Saunders, reporter pres. choir,Bro. Mating, man- the church from 1 to 5 p.m.

ager Calvery Travelers. This dinner sale is in behalfof CHAPEL
Ministers and Deacon Union
NEW PROVIDENCE will convene at Day Spring our Women's Day Programin

M.B. Church from November January.We Rev. C. Reaves, pastor
Fr. E. S. Clarke, vicar are glad to have home for The
27-30. Please give them some No. 1 Ushers' Board
Rev. C.J. Burney pastor
The St. Veronica's Chapterof the Thanksgiving Holiday Miss
of free time.CHRISTIAN would like to thank everyone
Arsula Edwards
the Episcopal Churchwomen ,reporter Ruby Wyatt of 252 NW 49th St. 'who helped them to make their
are sponsoring their annual
I third anniversary a success.
Ministers and Deacon Union
Advent Autumn Leaves
VALLEYElder MT. SINAI Special thanks to Rev. Drain
Working under the jurisdictionof ;
Tea Sunday at 4:30 p.m. in the md his congregation.
church, 15260 NW 19th Ave., Seaboard Baptist Associa- A. Ford, pastor
Opa-locka. tion of Florida, Rev WH Edwards Blondie Higgins reporterThe Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB.

The program has been pre Moderator. Now In Boney,reporter MT.
the chairman session with the Day Spring Thanksgiving services will OLIVETTEThe
pared by program Ministers and Deacons
Mrs. E. 8. Clarke who Missionary Baptist Church Union will convene atChristlan be held at 11 a.m. Thursday. Ministers and Deacons

will be presented by the Mistress 2991 NW 62nd St., Miami, Fla. Valley this Sunday beginning Everyone is invited to worshp Union will convene here,

of Ceremonies, Mrs. Rev. W.M.Slater,pastor.Nov at.11:30 a.m. The next session with us. "" Thursday, Nov. 27 and climax
Carlton Jerkins with the fol- 27 30. will be at 3:30 p.m. Asking' Sunday, Nov 30.
Consecreatlon hour of Joint choir rehearsal will _oII>' J'J1IJoo(
lowing participants: Cas- pastors and members to be
sandria Hanna, pianist; Mrs. prayer is held here each Sun- present and on time Rulling be held Wednesday, Dec. 3,at 'ITHE PALMIST
Valdez Murray and Paulette day morning at 5:00 a.m. You Elder A. Ford presiding. 8 p.m all members are askedto MARY CAESARTo

Bar 1 e 1 1 e,> soloists; Arthur are invited to attend. Also on this Sunday night at be present and on time. I my readers and

Evans and Charles Jones, organist Bible class and prayer 8:00 p.m. there will bea great II I patron, this It part 2 ofa

; Mrs. Arleen Green, meeting each Tuesday night at musical program featuring the NEW SHILOH : week.continuing column each

violinist. 7:30. All members are urgedto Male Chorus of Ft. Lauder- I She rains In unity and
Mrs. 'T. R. Gibson will introduce attend. Visitors are we 1- I dale along with the Mother Ford Rev. A. M, Griffin, pastor I of the Holy 'Spirit. She

our guest speaker,Attorney come. |I Chorus. Ella Elam, reporter will rain love, sunshine,
James W. Matthews. Don't forget B.T.U. each Prayer for the sick and youth Day is the second Sun happiness, success and

The public is Invited. Sunday evening at 5:30 shut-ins. day In December. The morn- You good fortune and health.
name It, she will do
Sunday after'the 10:45 a.m. Continue in prayer for those Ing speaker will be Rev. It for you. As you sit to
mass the election of the Episcopal who are sick, shut-in and thp Ronald of St. James AME.The thin. altar of prayer. She

churchwomen officersfor bereaved; MT.TABORRev. evening speaker will be Rev. will brighten the very
Carlton Robinson of Paul darkest spot In your life
1970 was held. After two St.
NEW BETHELRev. Hedon and if you are sick, she
James pastor
successful years Mrs.Samuel AME. A musical program at will give you a spiritual
(Alice) Harrison pass over te ,Wilhelmma :.U1dJ.: reporterAll ". 3 p.m. with vari i ous Junior drink of healing water.
president's gavel to a past Ernest Williams, pastor members are asked to REV. EDWARD T. GRAHAM choirs. : Th. miracle pocket piece
Alice Harris, reporter accompany the pastor to St. The presidents of the No. 1 the most pow.rful and
president, Mrs. James (Lillian Missionary Day Speaker I luckiest
) Smith. Chairman Mrs.IvadellHepburn James AMI Church Sunday, Rev. Edward T. Graham, and 2 Choirs would like to I had hit thing you ever

,..-...... -.- and co-chairman Mrs. at 3:30 p.m. to renj service eminent pastor of Mt. Zion thank everyone for their co- : pocket to or purse.Inside Grant.d your

CHRIST Gertrude Bridgewater and for their annual homrcoming. Baptist Church will deliverthe operating in helping to make I to her by none other than
Mrs. Eileen Williams would In our column of Nov. 10, it 11 a.m. message Sundayin their anniversary a success. : Jesus Christ to be extended
Canon T.R.Gibson,rector like to thank the members and w.; s reported that the total observance of MissionaryDay to sisters' and
Antoinette Silva,reporterWho friends who helped to make our amount of money raised for the Thomas brothers, regardless of
Mrs. L. E. race, creed or color. Get
will be "Acolyte of the women's day a success. We annual men's day drive was :president and all the sistersof invited to hear this dynamic yours right now. It will
year?" Next Sunday is the would like to send special ap- $655.22 this was an error, it : the Missionary Society are speaker, and to share in the rid and run all sorts of

close of the contest and com- preciation to Mrs. Beatrice should have been reported is looking forward to a glorious special events that will be (ins. Donations accepted.No .
mittees are working diligently Waldron and Miss Maureen S., 655522. 'time. The general public is presented in the Sunday School .appointment Open Monday necessary. thru

to get their contestant' to win. Bethel who brought a wonderful and the BTU. Friday, 5:30: p.m. to
This money will go into the message. Come and hear our own 10:30 p.m.; Sat & Sun.
building fund. Special thanks to our guest young Michael Higgs, Sundayat 1i30: p.m. to 10:30 p.m. tJ:
Last week at the Diocesean soloist Mrs. Valdez Murray, 2 Locations to Serve You! 7'p.m. in a special musical EVANGELIST MARY
1250 25thSt.
Antioch choir and ushers presentation "SinjUntoHlm."
Convention the following per- Baptist Rear. For information
sons were givendioceseanappointments and other participants. ---- ----- The Charles R.Drew,Jr.High CALL 6340983
or appointedto Congratulations to Mrs. RosaL. ---- Chorus will be special guests.

committees: Rev. Fr. Samuel Harris and Evelyn Fisher, - --
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NOTE: Veteransand dropped my GI Insurance purchase of property or starta

their famlliesarcaks- many years ago. Can I apply business there?
ing thousands of questions for GI insurance now?
concerning the benefits their A -. No, such GI loans can LOUNGES INTERNATIONAL
Government provides for them A No. Disabled veteransof not be made outside the EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE KING
World War n were last 4400 NW 7th Avenue HEALTH STUDIO
through the Veterans Adm I nistratk United States, its territories Earl Edwards, Prop.
given the opportunity of applying
n. Below are some representative or its possessions. General I
for insurance from
queries. Additional FUNERALDIRECTORS[
May 1, 1965, through May 2, Supervised by
information may be obtained Q If I receive disability l
1966.Q Zeak Poltler Hauling
at any VA office, retirement from the military MANIC ER-MILTON "Mr. Miami"

-- I plan to move to Mex- but elect to receiveVA of 6701 NW 691-9151 15th' Avenue WEIDER 7407 N.W.
in lieu
Q I am a disabled vet- ico and make my home there. compensation
eran of World War II. I Can I obtain a GI loan for the retired pay, will my wife and WI NDOW SERVICE Natural Supplements Organic Food 57sf Terrace
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 28, 1969 25
Of Action For The

Pride Inc. Brings Capitalism To Ghetto I

Washington, D.C. .. Things happen at 16th and You Street, CPPRIDE. gone under separate Labor Department programs to Job train-
N.W.o in Washington, D.C., where participants In Youth Pride, n ing in Pride Economic Enterprises, Inc.,the economic arm of
Inc., "dudes and brass," have In two years recorded commendable the organization, which was set up in March of 1968.
success In a hardcore training program,the resultsof PEEI is now Involved in five self-sustaining businesses
which have significantly felt In the Inner-city of the Na- group of three American Oil service stations, an undercon-
tion's Captial. struction i auto service center,costing$3.2 million,scheduledto
It all started two years ago, this past August, when Pride open next year,a landscaping and gardening firm, a paintingand
was granted a U. S. Department of Labor contract of $300,000to maintenance firm and a candy manufacturing factory.
launch a community-clean-up project and a rat control program Through its economic enterprises, Pride is guiding its young
In a matter ofa few days,the organization's small lead- men into meaningful self-help ventures,' design to develop
ership of imaginative and creative innovators and capable social skilled workers as well as managers and owners of businesses.
planners had recruited from the streets of Washington up- The PEEI firms are manned and managed Pride youth and
wards of 1,000 teenage and young adult males, who were giventhe young adult teams. For instance, the three thrivingAmsrican
task of cleaning up sections of the city and eliminating the : Service Centers are the forerunner of the Temporary Training
undesirable rodent population. Facility and Automotive Center due to open next year.
Possibly of greater importance that the clean-up job done The Service Center and Training Facility will provide the
by the Pride "dudes" Is the fact that the organization had per- means of training 155 man in automotive mechanics and related
formed a needed service to the "dudes" themselves. For the ?'u..__.... .. ...,...--T ... areas. These men will form the foundation ofa 250-man staffof
first time, on a significant level, some tangible thought and PRIDE'S HEADQUARTERS, located at 16th the Automotive Center at First and KStreet, N.W. in Wash-
planned consideration was afforded those who desperately and You StreetsNWin ington. This center of 90,000 sq. ft. will be one of the largest"
sought self-reassurance and desired a helping-hand,useful involvement up-town Washington, housesthe of its type in the country.
and something to look to with pride. offices of Executive Directorate, Administrativestaff In March, 1968, Pride's LandscapingandGradening opera
Pride was determined to reach the lad who had grown up on and training facilities. One hundred ten per tion was organized. Prior to opening this operation, Pride Economic
"the streets" -- the drop-out, the hustler, the Junkie. So the sons work and train in thisbuilding--20 staffers and Enterprises gave extensive training to the young men
organization had gone to the ghetto to recruit its clean-up crew professionals and 90 job trainees. The who were to be associated with the project and also purchasedan
facility is
and, as a consequence,assist In the rehabilitation of a needy leased existing landscaping business. Pride's Painting and Main-
annual basis.
element of the city's population. on an tenance firm was started In February of 1969 upon the com-
Records show that 90% of Pride's trainee-enrollment is clean-up mission. Also impressed with the achievements of pletion of basic training in painting.In .
comprised of high school drop-outs. Ninety percent of the en- Pride's first month's operation, the U.S.. Labor Department in on-the-Job painting projects,Pride youth trainees paintedthe
rollees have multiple Jail records showing an average of four September, 1967, awarded the organization a$2.1 million con Pride headquarters, contracted painting assignments with
years In prison with some of the fellows having spent as manyas tract for job-training, business development and relatedser- th, D.C. Recreation Department and painted the organization's '
fifteen years behind bars.. vices--health, legal and continuing education, etc. newly acquired Economic Enterprises headquarters building at
These men were put into jobs and positions of responsibility. All but a'very few of the founding leaders are still a part of 1355 New York N.E.
Despite} that fact that Pride leaders expected that they would the dudes-brass leadership of Pride, a few of whom exceed In its first year of operation, Pride employed approximately
have problems, the experiment seemed to have been of signi- thirty years of age. The current chairman,WistonStaton, age 2,200 people in full or part-tlmo Jobs as enrollees and in train-
ficant success. After all, Pride was dealing with men many of 41, is one of the older dudes. He heads a board of directors ing and administrative posts. Currently it employs 175 out-of-
whom had been hustling all of their lives, lived amid extreme which consists of both enrollees and professional,whilsering schoolers, In-schoolers in its Neighborhood Services clean
violence and alienation and void of any sense of discipline or as Pride's headquarters supervisor. up project.
positive attitude towards good work habits. Pride's three key architects remained together until quite Ninety of its 110-person headquarters staff are on-the-Job
The District of Columbia community was generous in its recently when the organization's executive director, Carroll trainees, involved in education, legal aid, and health,and recreation -
praise of the manner which the Pride dudes went about their Harvey, accepted a mmicipal: post In Gary, Indiana, Mr. Har- programs. PEEI employs 85 people.

-... -' .. ;" vey, who.was staff director for the District of Columbia's Of-
fice of Com nunity Renewal, served as the unsalaried head of
the Pride directorate. Mary Treadwell, "Girl Friday of the v2.3} N J'Y ado
dudes of 16th and You," executive director for Program Mrs. Maude Gar ie and family ylROOM
Planning, and Marion Barry is executive director for Opera- wish to thank the many
tions.A friends and relatves for their

native of Kentucky, Mrs. Treadwell Is a graduate of Ohio kind thoughts during her illness -
State University who prior to becoming a designer of Pride had Thanks for the beautiful
been active in community action programs.in the District of cards, flowers, gifts and your
Columbia. She helped to organize Washington blacks in PUSH, prayers. May God bless each OUTFITS
inc., an effort against slum housing and other community: ills, and everyone of you.
the Citizens Committee for a Lower Bus Fare, and the Citizens
Committee for Equal Justice.

Mr. Barry is a product of Ittabena, Miss., who grew up in
Memphis, Tenn., where he graduate from LeMoyne College Your Credit Is Good
r1. with a B.S. in chemistry. He took his masters in chemistry at WE CARRY OUR
Fisk University in Nashville and studied further at the Univer- SEWING MACHINE OWN ACCOUNTS

sity of Tennessee. A key spokesman for Pride,he got Involvedin REPAIR SPECIAL SPACIOUS DMUM.CHISf
the civil rights movement In 1960,served with SNCC in New OR IOQKCASI HEAD-
OPEN HOUSE Marion Barry, right, Pride's York in 1964-65, came to Washington in 1966 and became involved IOAiD.LAMPS PfL1aPA'a.SOFA II J.IQUDOII'AND

Director of Operations, greets guests on the occasion in such projects as the bus boycott and the Free, D.C. MA1'CttINCI 0V COLORS.otA J-STtP w T 040td ItES.
of organ{ration's second 'anniversary open Movement.The Clean & Oil COCKTAIL TAILS- tlD>> 7050,
house at the Pride Headquarters. Center is Vice Harvey-Treadwell-Barry team have surrounded Itself ** Adjust/ Tensions $1 ORATOR DINtTTI IAMPS.WITH APARTINtsize 4 COW
with a group of staffers who are completely devoted to pro- Check Wiring TRASTINOCHAIXS.,*
Chairman Sterling Tucker D. D. City Council and *
Adjust/ Belt
grams and projects of the learn-and-work organization.Of coMnm '
National Urban League Official and Calvin Rolack the $6.6 million of Federal contract-grants spent or com- Delint Machine FOR 289"

left, of the City's United Planning Organization. mitted since the organization of Pride,around$1.1 million has I lnipect& Lubricate Nato ONLY


I Story Of Remarkable Black Family In Atlanta Recounted I Phone: 534.9904 CHEST KO ROOM THIS SET MIRROR All COMES FORMICA AND COMPLETE PANEl IEO-

New York, .. The story of the early 1940's, he organizedthe ; Durham, N.C., the mother of with the New York Metropolitan Or 864.4309 AND( lOX 2 LOVELY SPRING LAMPS.2 PIllOWS IN.
a "remarkable blackfamily," Georgia Voters League,at Maynard Jackson. Opera Co. in 1956. ClUDED IS A 7.PC. FAMILY
which had its origins in the, a time when there only 500 Milllcent Dobbs Jordan,assistant June Dobbs Butts,a memberof RELIABLE SEW-VAC AL SIZE LIVING DINeTTE.ROOM 3 PC. SECTION.WITH Z
rural area of Georgia, is fea- registered black voters In the professor .of Englishand the faculty of Baruch Col- STEP TAIIES AND COCKTAIL
tured in the current issue of state. Afro-American literature lego, New York. Of TAllt.YOUR 2-CECORATOH CHOICE. LAMPS

Look"Seven Magazine.Dobbs: Against.the' death Several in 1961,years Dobbs before drew his up Spelman College, Atlanta. No Charge If WeCanf COMMIT! $ rCHOOII

Odds" plans for his funeral which Included Willie Dobbs Blackburn,
recounts. the family
chairman of the language division
a talk by an Atlanta MOM MODERN
history of John Dobbs
Jackson State College FRENCH VANISH, OH ITAU.
the Rev. Martin ,
the father of sixgirls who Neighbor, AN SOFA AND MATCHINGCHAIR
"founded no fortunes,sired no Luther King, Jr., whom Dobbs Jackson, Miss. fix In Wo me 2 END TAIIIS. &1
counseled youth. Dobbs Clement COCKTAIL TAILS AND 2 Pink
had as a
presidents." But he did begin, LAMPS, ROUND DINETTE
the said Dobbs' six daughters, who formerly a teacher at North TAIL WITH 4 SOCKET I'
magazine a family
are pictured with members of Carolina College and a mem- CHAIRS IN THE IATIST
"high-achievers which Include DESIGN IV MARMUR/TRIPLE
their families In the article, ber of the boards of the Dur- ORtSSM WITH 2 TWIN
N.C. city-county libraryand
'opera singer, a quartet of col- are: AND OUKN SIZIHEADIOAIID
Dr. Irene Dobbs Jackson, Better Health Foundation. INCLUDED IS A
lege professors and a teacherof
disturbed children" chairman of the Modern Lan Mattiwilda Dobbs Janzon, MATTRESS AND MATCWNO
guages department, North Internationally known opera lOX SPRING,2 IU9WS AND
All six daughters graduated Carolina Central University, singer who made her debut 2 BEDROOM IAMPJ. ...
with honors from Spelman
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College, Atlanta. All have :l-1r-a.o(::;:: :::fp.;: ;:::!:!; :::;:;::::eo; :::::::;;:;:::::::" r .1
master's degrees and two have I SUPREME WIG & BEAUTY SALON ,. RADIOAMERICA 1 1I

doctorates.In .
addition, his grandson, I Christmas Bonus Coupon S SP

Maynard Jackson,was recently ..
elected the first black vice- '

Dobbs grew up in Savannah, ANY: OF THESE BEAUTY SERVICES: I
Georgia, dropping out of Permanent Reloxert Wig Styling rfr x)
Morehouse College to becomea Hal rgood Sales Hair Weaving with ;
railway mail clerk. But his Frosting the best hair avail-
passion for learning, shared by ;
his wife, never ceased and it Mon., Tuu.orW.d.Nov.13.D.c.17wlth SPECIAL DISCOUNTS this ad only ij FURNITURE nrnt ''list* srPiece
was instilled in their children. B. Hips, Own.r
According to Look, Dobbs Operator Irene Lava, M.Murray, Emory Johnson, t
fought to circumvent the bar- + Juanita N.llon. :4f 1300 NW 62 St.
9110 NW 11th! AVE. PHONE:: 691-9392
riers of segregation that confronts -
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30 THE MIAMI TIMES,Friday, November ::28, 1969

gifted spiritualist reader Bethlehem Kindergarten and Childcare in my home. Mrs.D. .
CLASSiFIED ADS and advisor. Guaranteed to Nursery, 420 NW 40th Street. L. Robinson, 1225 NW 55th
I help. Advice on all,problemsJove Telephone 758-3446. Pick up St. 751-4708.

20 WORDS OR LESS 52.00.. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL :.VORD. marriage, courtship, and delivery. Mrs. Dorothy
business transactions. Help (Dec. 26)) Reliable baby sitter in the
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. find loved ones and lost articles home. $2.00 a day. 1881 NW
.. -" Guaranteed help. She 66th Street.
Efficiency for rent. Private succeeds where others have
entrance. Call 5:30.836- failed. She gives you lucky
2 bedroom, 1 bath car- 2 piece sectional, breakfront, 0912 to see 2481 NW 95th St. days and lucky numbers.Bles- ATTENTION'INFANT CARE CENTER

port, tile roof, awning, fenced occasional table, chair, TV, sed oil and lucky charms for DAY
yard. FHA $450 down $108 silver, linen, vacuum, dishes, the home. From 9 to 9 daily. There is an infant (baby) care center avail
monthly. Atlantic & Pacific ladies clothes (size 18-20)). MISCELLANEOUSCLOSE She is a true Instrument of able to girls who are working or attending
Realtors 666-0411. Reasonable. 865-0768 after 10 God. She helps and heals by school.
OUT prayer. 688917811601 NW
Large beautiful 4 bedrooms,2 1 bedroom home. $75 per Guitars, golf clubs, tools. 7th Avenue. (Dec. 12) HOURS: 4:00 a.m. .to 4:00: p.m.
baths corner property. $1500 month. $750 down. Newly ren- FLANDERS TRADING POST Location: 6255'.W. 7th Avenue
down or will trade for smaller ovated. Vicinity 24th Ave. and 5650 NW 27th AVENUE Phone: 759-3501
house. 16241 NW 21st A venue. 43rd St. NW 691-4668. 635-2017 COST: FREE
Two other houses as low as ._ Miriam
------------ Please contact Sister
$800 down at other locations. 650 NW 50th St.Gorgeous cor- ROBERT LANIER PRESENTS AT: THE
373-7973, ner CBS, air conditioned,wall
to wall carpeting. Total price CLUB ROYAL
7330 NW 8th Ave. CBS,2 bedroom $16,400. Assume 51/2%mortgage -
garage, tile roof, oak Easy terms. Don't let -
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price $17,000.00-NoQua (Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph: FOR THE HAROLD JOLLIVETTE
lifying. Downpayment can be 757-5724. Open til noon Sat.
flexible. Don't let this one get I PROUDLY ANNOUNCES

away. Aetna Realty (Broker), 21161 NW 97th St. 3 bedroom, THANKSGIVINGWEEKEND ACQUISITION 0 F I IJ
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price $5,000. Need some THURS., FRI, SAT. & SUN.A .
2980 NW 88th St. -,Nice 2 bed- work. 2 bedroom frame,large
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$14,500.00 take over 5 1/4%I anxious to sell, see277NW W.C. BAKERand
mortgage $87.00 monthly pay s 56th St. Make an offer. Broker 1201 NW 54 St. I
his band
everything. Be first! Aetna L 758-5400.
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54t:I I II
St., phone: 757-5724, Open tl I II I Sacrifice, sofa, bed, three inn Cruz sjsamm ry I 154.6401PRESCRIPTIONS II I

noon on Saturday. peace couch, large chair, Ph: vocalist and on saxophone pR Ge I
Ie 947-8659 evenings. 'plaVer lJMMe D ) I
S 585 NW 51st Street-2 bedroo m, organ Candy on guitar 1? OUR SPECIALTY
1 bath, Fla. room, sprinkler }
Room for a settle man. Call
system. FHA terms, total price Mr. Lee. Your host and
after 7 p.m. 691-8159. ,M. C. featuring
$13,000.00 Seller pays all clos- 1 FREE PICK & DELIVERY

ing costs, you pay one twenty] \ Harris\ THE ONE ARM BANDITAJ. I
year FHA mortage. Bring your FOR RENT
deposit on this one!Aetna Realty] Tina COSMETICS

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,phone Room Private New bath furniture.and ,entrance.Twin. J. Colley ,? $$
757-5724, Open til noon Satur- COSTUME JEWELRY
day.. Couple or man.2 closets.Reference 0'

tovestor's special Com- 625-3057. p V Jackie' Valdez En:h yep- ) MONEY ORDERS

mercial building now rented as Room in private home for s* snsksn 'n9

',a.grocery store'plus adjoining middle age working sober wo- ADMISSION: .750 J GREETING CARDS
apartment lot. Apartmentsmay man. Call 635-7626.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 28, 1969 27 -
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There will be a Pew Rallyat :,
"MYTIME" A The family of the late, Matthew TempleAME h
Church 5632 NW 31st Ave. At ,
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MRS. MARY BAINFENDERSON 3:30: p.m. Sunday November I, -\ :
30.( Good singing will proceedthe ,
Topic.Be prepared" By w
Bro. Alexander Lucas, Jr, ,
who passed away on October :
10, 1969 wishes to express to GEORGE WASHINGTON i By JOHN "ROOTMAN" McARTHUR

- - their many friends sincere CARVER JR. "..................................'....................:
thanks and appreciation for George Washington CarverJr.
This final week of high footballregular( season) mostof their many acts of kindness High's PTA will meet Mon- THANKSGIVING SPECIAL Thursday night sessions at
the results are in Even though Coral Gables and Jacksonare shown them in their time of day Dec. 1. This is a very the Jet-A-Way with Fish Ray playing his one-string bass,
expected to finish their season undefeated, Jackson will bereavement. We cannot put important meeting and all par- Slick and Fish doing the sand, 'bring back many memoriesof
be our' representative in the district and state games. The into words, exactly how your ents and friends are requestedto early Miami...You can find many of the pioneer Miamians
Generals and the Cavaliers won't meet this year; however, many kindnesses helped us attend. young and old doing their thing. Many, many old Booker T,
Tm one of the few people that would want to see such a game to go through such a loss, but Parents are showing great Washingtonians, Dorsey Bulls remember the Turkey day
for some outstanding charity in this area. I know that such a just knowing and seeing the concern 'regarding ,the Issueat classic Wow. Those were the good old days
game could not.be played;because it would be a post-post sea- concern of your friends did hand, "action to save Saw Edward Rolle. Do you know that Rolle and his band
son one but I honestly believe that a game between these two help us to accept what we could George Washington Carver Jr, have been playing at the rRockland Palace for eight years. .
fine ,teams would go a long way in settling the national high not change. Many thanks to the High School." Can you be Members of his group are: James Moss, tenor sax, John
school football championship. rm from the old school, that a Dade County Morticians who counted In the number? William's, bass, Jefferson P, Friday, organ, E. Rolle, tenor
true champion wins or loses on the field of battle; not by turned aside from their busy sax, Junior on drums.
stats, computer or other devious means. day to be with us, and to the LUCKY LENNY'S Miami Beach this winter will host The Checkmates in
Speaking of champions defending their thrones, Nind Ben- State Association for each and WEEKLY REPORT the Fontainebleau's La Ronde room,Dec.24- 31; Count Basle,
venuti somehow managed to dowhata lot of fighters have been everything.The Diplomat, March 5 13; Dionne Warwick, March 27 April
trying to do for years stop Luis Rodriguez. Personally I Puerto Rico ? ? 7; Sammy Davis, Deauville, Feb. 6 22; Diana Ross, Eden "
think Luis misjudged the effects of the cuts and tried to Family Dog Days 45991Fat's Roc, March 13-21 Soul City In Ft. Lauderdale is pop-
move in for the kill. Nindsawhim coming, threw the left, that pin, had Dee Clark this week... Ella Washington, LIT Beaver
saw a very game effort go down for the county. open Tuesday night.
Looking forward to the traidltional Turkey Day classics ,- -- -- -- -- SOUL HAPPENINGS Sunlight Beauty School did their

around the nation, I didn't do too bad on selections last week. ---------t thing, at the Continental.Evelyn Allen, Dave Prater's sister
Scoreboard to date: High schools 74-20(787)( ) Colleges 33-14 Not Where It's Af/ and her party socked It to them Ft. Lauderdale Zeta
(.674)) professional 87-43 (.683)). This being thattype of week I ,Chi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi will host Count Basie and his
when a lot of teams are playing old rivals and season records Weight Watchers Announce the Opening of band at the Galt Ocean Mile Hotel,Jan 2, 1970 What a way
don't necessarily meanthat much, I see: I Another,New Location at the: to bring In the New Year Fort Lauderdale swings'. Pan-
I It thers Club holding reunion for graduates over 21, alumni and
HIGH SCHOOLS: 19th STREET BAPTIST CHURCH I friends, Friday, Nov. 28, 9:00 Elks Contact Clarence Smithor
Miami Beach over CentralThe Rockets fizz again. t 2215 NW 19th STREET Atty. Reddick.

Curley over Columbus- The Knights are a wee bit stronger. Every ,Monday at 7:30: p.m. I SOUL FOLK. .Cedric Munnlngs,Myron Walker, and their
KeyWest over Pace- The Conchs finish big. Mighty Makers International Enterprise of the Nassau, Bahamas -
Palmetto over South Dade- Too much defense for the Rebels Registration Fee: $5.00 I over here to push record they produced "If I Only
Coral Gables over Southwest- contest if the Cavs aren't Weekly: $2.00 J Had Time" Bahamians can obtain a copy by writing PO Box

thinking about post season. t y ;6318, Nassau, Bahamas Ted Johnson, job developer and,
Edison over Miami High, Too much speed for the Stings to FOR',FURTHER INFORMATION: assistant to executive director of OIC. Julius (Catfish) Sim-
handle. mons, area director, Perrine EOPL Pepa Williams,vocalist,
Killlan over Coral Parkpoor Rams. CALL: 221-7448 back from Boston. She was working with Spider Turner .
Jacksor ovr Northwestern- Generals will have to play. t Guy: Bailey program director WBUS Rev. Ira McCall and
Should be close and real exciting. Anything can happen. For Further Information, call: 221-7448 M Mozell WMBM. John Cobb, bass player.CharlesContreas,
Miami Springs over Hialeah Another backyard rivalary, t J Jt King of the Centre House. Sam Baker Dave Prater .
both teams pull out all the stops. ----------t !Support your local soul clubs
North Miami over Gainesville- Pioneers finish the sea- SOUL MUSIC Crumbs off the table-glass house, gossip
son big. Cyril Neville, dock of the bay Dells, Yesterme Yester
Ft. Lauderdale over Stranhan- The battle of 7AA. Look for REATY! You Stevie Wonder, gifted and black, Nina Slmone.
every and anything.. ISO Happy Thanksgiving keep yourself together and give
BROKERS thanks: Soul Thanksgiving Barbecued ham-hocks _I
COLLEGES: 3074 NW 79TH ST potatoe: salad .sweet tater pie, lemonade chocolate
l If No Answer: Ice cream and devils food cake Yea
Tampa over Florida A&M- The Spartans are looking for that,' p'
big, big win. A wide open game. 693-4772 < 759-6500 FRANK SEAY -, New release-ClAlll Want Is Loving You"
Houston over Florida State- Too much offense for the Semi- FHA CBS. 4 bedroom, 2 baths large kitchen, TropicalMONA
noles. din area, living room, screened porch, ulil! rm, LISA Working In town this week Knight Beat
Florida overMiami Too bad there is no bomb shelter in pool, barbeque, fenced, $18,000 total price
the Orange bowl. Real wide open. $800 down, $147 mo, pays all

FHA CBS. Spacious 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, living
PROFESSIONALSAFL room, dining area, modern kitchen, large Fla rm,
patio, 2 utility rms. sprinklers, fenced $22.000, N_ OW PLAYING
$1,400 down, $178 mo pays all. 1

Kansas City over: De'.ivr
San Diego over Houston FHA CBS. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large living rm,
dining area, large built-in kitchen, Fla rm, utilrm
Cincinnati Buffalo
over central oil, heat, tern firs, $22,500, $1500
Boston Miami
over down, $155 71 mo. '
Oakland over New York KIM
NFL suitable for doctors offices, medical clinic, DARBY
Minnesota over Detroit business offices, orllght Industry Strategically /0' '
Dallas over San Francisco located Plenty parking area ,Asking $28,000, Ap,, .' t r
Baltimore over Atlanta $7,500 down, $200 month. Open to reasonable RC J.r

Cleveland over: ChicagoLos offers

Angeles over WashingtonGreen DUPLEX LOT. Excellent.location. $3300 cash
Bay over New York ;
Philadelphia over New OrleansSt WE WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONSA

Ted Roach asked that all the old Gramblingites contact him PRODUCTION
at 666-9380 so he can find out your intentions for the classic.
Incidentally. Ted thinks 'the Rattlers will lose this year's
classic, because they are playing his old school This week I u I
have no comments. ARE YOU TIRED?

Chump of the week: 'Lil' I didn't know girls told their WAITING FOR THE BUS! Ii
ages they reached 25.
Sports of the week Bernard Woods and "The Prolifics." HITCHING ANY RIDE I .. s r e eT

Nic show fellows, I still think some of things need recording. DO YOUR OWN DRIVING .

On this Thanksgiving day, let's all be thankful for the many We furnish late model dual-control air-conditioned cars

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