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: December 12, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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41,000 Get Shots Against Diphtheria EpidemicConsecutive

A crash drive to inoculate Some 3,000 children at St., died of the disease. Other
41,000 school children in Gladeview Elementary, Drew cases were discovered among ;
Dude's North Central School Elementary and Junior High his family, none of whomha4
47Years Serving District was begun Tuesday Schools were given anti-diph been inoculated. The department .
after diphtheria had taken the theria vaccine last month was not immediately able
Community lives of two children in the when 12-year-old Charles H. to provide the name of a child
county this year. Jordan, Jr., of 3172 NW 69thREV.F.E.SNEED who died last August.
Another child is in critical
Performing Arts Society 1 condition with diphtheria Jp

Concert Jackson, Memorial Hospital.
Sunday, Dec. 14, 2 p.m. Rev. F.E. Sneed Dies More than 42,000 dose of
Fontoinebleau Hotel vaccine have been rushed to
Miami by a special'l messengr

The Dade Health
Vol. 47, No. 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1969 1S r I, working with the Department State

Rev. Frederick E. Sneed, r m a Health Department, sent six
former pastor of St. James fully-manned medical teams
and St. Paul AME Churches into40public schools Tuesday

Airport Slayer ChargedA here, died Thursday, Decem- in the North central district.In ,
ber 4 from injuries sustainedIn the last four months,'
an automobile accident eight cases of diphtheria have

baggage handler for Pan motive for the shooting has three weeks ago near Jack- been reported in Dade.
American Airways has been not been determined. sonville. Because the eight cases exceeded -
charged with first degree The popular minister will Florida's annual aver-
murder in the death of a fellow Flagg, who had a wife, Ella, be funeralized on Friday age incidence of the disease,
employe who was shot to death was killed by a single shot in afternoon, Dec. 12at230from health officials called the out-
early Monday at Miami In- the head. A sheriffs spokesman Greater New Bethel AME break an epidemic.
ternation Airport. said the !unman had approached Church with high AME digni- "Diphtheria Is an accuh,
Flagg at the south' taries from throughout the infectious disease with a high
Eugene Well, 30, of3145 guard gate of the airport, on state attending.Range Funeral death rate when untreated,butit
Plaza St.,Coconut Grove,sur- the lower level near Con- Home is in charge of arrangements is totally preventable,"
rendered to Metro detectives course One but outside the health officials said.
here at 12:30 Monday afternoon terminal. Rev. Sneed was converted "n addition to the crash inoculation -

.friend He had here called a policeman Flagg was on duty at the Continued on page 17 Pastored Churches Here program at the North
from Tampaand time but Wells worked an- Central District schools,vac-
arranged his surrender, other shift, a spokesman said. cine shots will be given at all
after catching a night to Tampa Witnesses placed Wells on the Dade Health Department Clinics -

immediately after the scene, the spokesman said, i on Fridays from 1 p.m.
Two Seek Council SeatsIn
shooting incident.
'"' to 4
and after .the shooting he was ) p.m.
A wanted notice was sent to CORNELIUS FLAGG seen running north through the The clinics dispensing the)
police in ,Tampa and St. Killed at Airport complex of parking lots and vaccine are the Downtown Clinic -
Petersburg for Wells. He was fences. He left his car near the South Miami at 1350 NW 14th St.;Home-
believed hiding at the home of scene. stead Clinic at 177 W.Mowry46th
Jackson St. In Richmond
a girl friend in St. Petersburg. Mrs. Dorothey Bowmanan- blacks entered In the Feb. 10 St. Clinic at2987NW46th
Heights. Later, however: it was de- St. Miami Beach at 615
Collins .
; -
The victim of the 12:49 a.m. Both Wells and Flagg were termined that the suspect was nouced this week that she will race for two council seats and Avenue North Miami at
baggage handlers for Pan be candidate for a Council seat a mayor. ;
identified off from
shooting was as seen getting a plane 14108 NW Eighth Ave. South
,American World Air The in South Miami, Mrs.Bowman Leroy Gibson, a former ;
Cornelius Flagg, 36, of 13600MARVIN ways. Miami in Tampa at 2:30 a.m. Miami at 5798 SW 68thSt.andthe
brings of two the number of South Miami policeman and
Perrine Clinic in the Per-
Harlem Globetrotters basketball "
hSt t" ; .' ( : t star,' is the',oth@r (see, nine Shopping. C.enter.'M.ISISSIPPI. .
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." STATE NAACP HEAD x FA'M'U\Sh.uld\ Cut Out Classic, Parade" story- .......-on...page..............15)..-....--- '
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WARNS MIAMIMarvin .' ':; :''j ::>>:t.... ,

Davies, straight- that blacks must press harderfor ::lLet's:
forget this parade bit! Okay? I've been watchingyour
talking head of the( Florida representation on white- Classic parade spectacle and have been an admirer MARRIAGES EVERS

NAACP, told a groupof Miami dominated boards and com- ,of.It since 1933 -'the year of its Inception-and I'veenjoyed
leaders like it is on Tuesday missions which run govern- been. all,,.They've been nothing short,of spectacular Charles Evers, first black
when he told them to give upa ment and political affairs of man ever elected mayor of a

piece of the economic pie or communities. But in recent years I've become disgusted. And so are bi-racial city In Mississippi,
there would be no pie at all Davies said that if the hundreds'more Mlamians and visitors. The parade itself '\. i IIfII \ defended his stand taken on hjs
1Ii II'/Iit""'...... government had spent only a !is fine a giant effort on the part'of your, FAMU com- : Ii 'I white city attorneywhomar-
(':. .' fraction of the $4 billion it mittee, with' the successful,handling-of-affairs by Bill : .t- tied one of his black policemen
spent on Cuban refugees on 'Stirrup, your energetic parade marshall.But ., ,.Jik' ", 1" in a speech at the Universityof
citizens of the black community behaviour of 'our folk during its presentation Ij"i 1 ,. 'r Miami Tuesday night.
aa there would be no welfare has fallen to an awfully low ebb.It has become a disgrace ., ... 'Y 'tI,., "' ..t Evers said "the white
I problem here. .to your school the way 'we black folk' behave during the The political novice is the people of Mississippi Just
r Davies feels thatAmerica'sfuture parade extravaganza. It's disgusting! It's sickening! wife of James Bowman, who aren't ready for a black man
lies in the black man, The beauty of floats with their beautiful babes riding was the first black to be appointed to crawl In bed with a white
because he has not been cor- aboard, is destroyed by the unruly behaviour of those to the city's Planningand woman yet." Defending his
rupted by the special interests stampeding idiots who cavort with cannibalistic behaviour, Zoning Board eight years move as not being bigoted,
In and out of the line-of-march of the pageantry setting. ago. The Bowman's are a pio- Evers said, "They wouldn't
They have no respect for law and order; no breeding nor neer South Miami family witha have lived 24 hours in Fa-
training In self-respect; no dignity nor approaches of disciplinary strong record of civic work. yette."

behaviour. Mrs. Bowman Is a guidance
So, listen Florida A &' Ml Let's forget this parade bit! counselor at Carver Junior
Huh? The passing up of your parade spectacle might tend High School in Coconut Grove.
ia bring.these. 'cannibal-acting''.segments back ta.their She Is a graduate'St;Augur
senses. if they have any! fm all for it, If you are. And stine's College in Raleigh,N.
DA VIES I'm sure that more Miamians feel the very same way. C. and earned her masters decree -
Share The Pie 1 Let's try It Just once and see what happens! What the from the University of
repercussions will be. Let's return these 'monsters' Miami.

Davies was the guest speaker back to the 'wilds' from whence they came. Then, maybethe She is the mother of two
at the weekly luncheon 38th annual Classic will return to the dignified and James, 14, a sophomore at 1 ,"
meeting of the Tiger Bay Political 'honored position it once held, and to the dream which was Southwest High, and Annetta, 1
Club at the Dupont Plaza TINKER TIES its original intent by that originating genius and creatorJ 22, a customers service representative k
Hotel. ,: R. E., Lee Jr, vice president of the university. for NatlonalAlr-

He charged I that the black' DASH RECORD .f lines.

man is "still In slavery. )"', r, ___ ___ ____ ,_
economic'Slavery," And until Gerald Tinker,who shattered nuu "A',_,.m\\t't.td. !._;_'I_!_.L.. ____..,j.
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the black man Is allowed to many school sprint recordat
compete economically with Coral Gables High, equaledthe CHARLES EVERS t
Black Elected To
whites, ;'conditions. will indoor world record for the Virginia SenateRichmond Mississippi Mayor
worsen,'he said. 50yard'dash Tuesday nightat Evers speech to about 500
Davies called for Memphis Tenn.Tinker's students was one of nonviolence -
more acceptance Black attorney 15,844 votes to 10,318 for Re- Reynolds as lieutenant
of blacks by the 5.1-second clock- and brought repeated
Lawrence Wilder became the publican Morril M. Crowe, a governor for a four-year term
whites, including helping them ing was a highlight the challenges from the young
*first member of bis race to be Richmond city council mem- beginning January. The Senate
Invitational black militants in the
financially with, Jobs and im- Liberty au-
ber who served two terms as
terms to 1972.
State .elected tothe Virginia State Senate dience.
proved housing and bearing matching mayor, and 6,105 for Democratic
with them until they can be Vlllanova, Arkansas,and Ten- in modern times last week Lt. Gov. Fred G. Pollard
trained for skilled positions. nessee. ,when he won a special electionver .
Davies took a slap at Mi- Tinker, a Memphis State c) the state's incumbent Deadline For Christmas Greeting
ami's black leadership,saying freshman and highly touted One of Richmond's two seatsIn I
they "have not raised enough football prospect,achieved the 'lieutenant governor and a two- the 40-member Senate was Ads Is Mon. Dec. 15
hell Davies stated that record in his competitive de- ime:: former Richmond mayor. vacated by the election last ,
"power begets power" and but on an Indoor track. 1 Wilder, A Democrat,polled month of State Sen:J.Sargeant

2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12, 1969

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MIAMI. .. TIMES. Friday. December 12.. 1969 3
Cook, press ana publicity;and
Georgia Voler's league Nominates C.B. King Dr. Ralph David Abernathy,
John Lewis, Bishop P, R.Shv,
Daniel Cross, Dr. R. J, Mar-
tin, Rev. Howard Creecy, Dr.

For Governor, Julian Bond For Congress Hicks L. C. Brown as campaign and Mr.spokesmen Charlie-

ATLANTA, Ga. Black The Black leader's coalition wages), peace, representative ity to re-enter the Governor'srace For campaign seed money,
leaders from all over the state formed over the weekend, government, low-cost quality for a second term. the Coalition will solicit 500
of Georgia met in Atlanta at not only endorsed Attorney education, equal administration The Coalition elected a Georgians to pay $100 each as
'the Paschal's Motor Hotel C. B. King for Governor, but of Justice, the state's industrial temporary steering committee campaign sponsors The Coalition
over the weekend and formeda endorsed Representative Ju- growth, developmentof when includes: Hosea L. will meet again this Sat
State-Wide Black Leader's lian Bond for the Fifth U.S. Georgia's' rural resources, rir. Williams in charge of com- urday, Dec. 13, 10:30 a.m.,
Coalition. Congressional candidate, At- and equal opportunity for mi munity organizing; William P. Paschals Motor Hotel to com-
Leaders representing each torney B. C. Mayfield for the norities. Randall, finance; Rev.Andrew plete Its first stage of organizing
of Georgia's U, S, Congres- First U. S, Congressionalpost The establishment of the Young, national liaison;Aaron and fund raising.
sional Districts every eco- D. L. Inmon for the Second Coalition and their endorse-
nomic and social level of the U. S. Congressional post, ments were announced at Georgia Governor Appoints !
black community were cal-
Attorney Chuck Morgan for a press conference Monday,
led together by Rev. AndrewJ. State Attorney General, and December 8, 1969 on the front
Young of the Southern Attorney E. H. Gadsden for steps of the Georgia state Black To State Post "I
Christian Leadership Confer- the State Supreme Court. Capitol, outside the office win-
ence, William P. Randall, one The Coalition defines Geor- dow of Georgia's segregationist Atlanta A Negro has been Gov. Lester Maddox named
of Georgia's top black Demo- gia's major political issues of governor, Lester Maddox, appointed to a major state post Graham Jackson, a profes-
for the first time in sional musician from Atlanta
crats, Bishop P.Randolph Shy, this -- -" Georgia ,
era as being: Poverty who is embattled in a court
one of Georgia's top black JULIAN BOND history.The to the State Board of Correc
(hunger, Joblessness, inadequate suit against his own state con
Republicans, and H 0 sea L. ; housing and inadequate stitution seeking an opportun- For CongressT. appointment came when tions.
Williams of Georgia Voter's Maddox noted that 60 per
League, for the purpose of Ozburn Elected PresidentOf cent of Georgia's inmates are
studying, analyzing and eval- Negroes. He said thatJacksonis
uating the results of the Georgia known as a "person con-
Voter's League's massive Black Leaders Plan National Industrial BankGarth cerned about his fellow man."

Sate-wide Political Conven-
C. Reeves, chairmanof .. the past eight years during
tion held in Macon
Georgia, the board of directors of .ilf,1" which time he was employedby
Saturday, November 29. Statewide National Industrial Bank of the Commercial Bancorp
More than Registration
4,000 delegates, Miami has announced the election groups of banks.He was form
109 counties .x
representing of T. G. Ozburn, Jr. to erly associated with the Citizens
were in attendance at the the office of president and ."". l and Southern National
Georgia Voter's League's CampaignOn chief executive officer and a Bank of South Carolina.
First Convention which
en- .
:' Mr. Silverstein is chair-
dorsed first black
Georgia's man of the board and president
gubernatorial; candidatehelda the call of Clarence Ed- Johnthan C. Gibbs had served
of Superior Glass, Inc. and
black leader's summit, wards, black activist of Mi- with distinction in both offices Aldora Aluminum Products,
formed a black organization's ami, some 100 black leaders under previous republican administrations both of Miami and of West Penn
coalition, and made plans ,to from over the state assembled prior to the r Enterprises, Inc., Philadelphia -
set in motion"Georgia's most Saturday morning at the annexof outlawing of the republican, Pa. He has resided in the
productive political and St. John's Baptist Church, party in Florida.An Miami area since 1957 and has
action Rev. T. Johnson, pastor, to
grass-roots pro- organizing committee, been active in the glass industry
grams." try to find ways and means of Involving the total grassrootsblack
since 1930.BOOKER .
effecting a' statewide regis- communities throughoutthe
tration campaign and other ob- state will meet the sec- Sidney Silverstein
FOR FINE PICTURES Jectives as relates to the ond Saturday morning in Jan- member of the board of direc T. HAYES
blacks in Florida. uary at St. John's in Miami to tors. Also announced was the ON VACATION
CALL: Ronald Young, Miami edu- draft the organization procedures. election of Sydney Silversteinas Booker T. 'Hoy* Is on
cator, was elected temporary .
a member of the board. vacation. Hit column
OF MIAMI chairman and Mrs. Katherine Earl Davis, cope organizer, Mr. Ozburn is a native ofMacon "My Opinion' will be
63HTWSNOW Anderson, staffer of the Miami and Johnny Brooks, NAACP Ga., and has been a, rum.dlh. second w..kIn
Urban League was elected voter reg tiation'specialist, F. OZBURN, JR. resident of the Mlamjareafor January.
temporary, secr tary. .served as cQnsultants to the
,Other actions included draft- group.
ing a resolution to petition
black man to the office of sec MODERATE RATES CALLBONDED
retary of state, should Tom

CARPET & FLOOR Adams resign; to encourageand
aid Negroes to run for offices MERSO -
on every level, with emphasis *
on the secretary of
WAXING state and the state superin-
tendent of education. ., B
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net mainly because a Negro, -

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, Decembe 12, 1969


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


The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead slk
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords

to every man regardless\ of his race, creed or color his human
end legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man--the Negro
Press strive to help every man In the firm belief that all men
tire hurt as long at anyone Is held bock. B' a

Diphtheria Is DangerousThree

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black children have died In Dade County since August -,. HOTIN/ RECENT HISTORY HAVE THETUP ATI

from diphtheria. Diphtheria is an acute,Infectious disease with I JUSTICE BEEN SO POLITICALLY ORIENTED AND

a high death rate when untreated. But it is totally preventablewhen .' THEY ARE DIRECTED BY THE AUTHOR OF I1R.

the proper immunization shots are taken. p pl G ON NIXONS SOUTHERN STRATEGY JOHN MITCHELL HIMC .

This week the Dade Health Department set out to innoculate t r IN ABOOK WHICH
41,000 school children In the North Central School District. OG
This is the district where the three deaths occurred. ,

State Health officials have called this outbreakan epidemic. RANK NAHKJEWICZ It TOM BADEN YPST Vkbxift

parents should make certain that their children have been giv-

en this anti-diphtheria vaccine. If'your child is not In school,

the inoculation can be had free of charge at any Dade Health

Department Clinic. Bayard
To Be Equal 4dY et

Urban Renewal UpgradedHouse Executive by Whitney Director M. Young National Jr.Urban League t Rustin

Mr Young is the author of the newly publishedbook
Senate conference committee this week approved legislation "BEYOND RACISM." f

to require cities to construct a new home for low income -, .. I Speaks ., r

families for each house or apartment dwelling razed by 4
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urban renewal. The Subsidized SocietySide

Considering the sad plight that black people were put into by side on the front page of a major daily were two An Attack On The Black Vote

when urban renewal came to Miami,this is a significant pieceof stories. One told of the bankruptcy of public housing authori-

legislation. With this arrangement we should see no more ties in a dozen cities; the other announceda new Administration One: provision of the tax reform bill now before the Senate If;'

"Negro Removal" but meaningful urban renewal programs! as plan to give several hundred million dollars to private threatens to cripple the effectiveness of the 1965 Voting Rights

they were intended to be. 4 : i companies to build ships. f t Act. The provision, which would deprive private foundationsof f\

These'stories symbolize weird priorities od spending tax, the right to fund non-partisan voter registration campaigns,;

The new legislation would require cities and towns to replace dollars. Public needs keep taking a back seat to private profit. is a deliberate attack upon the black voter and, as such, upon :'
each housing unit razed in an urban renewal project with a new
For all the speechmaking and talk about how costly welfare the whole democratic process. This provision is motivated by
house or apartment unit. The persons displaced, however, and public subsidies to the poor are,the blunt truth of the mat- ill-cancealed racism and must be defeated if the majority of
would not necessarily be the ones who moved into the new
ter is that industries and the well-oft-get four times as much black Americans are not to lose their faith that social changecan
federal aid as do the poor. come about nonviolently and democratically.For .

Some of this aid Is in outright dollar gifts, some of it in the a number of reasons that are both historical and sociological ,
; The one-for-one would affect urban renewal ,I
plan new areas
form of tax concessions. But whatever name it goes by, it the right to vote for Negroes is not meaningful
but not those now being constructed. Currently, cities have a for the well-off. that
amounts to a federal welfare program without voter registration drives. It is understandable
,wide discretion in building urban renewal projects, financed Farmers, for example,get subsides not to grow some crops. people who have been oppressed by Jim Crow and literacy tests

with federal and local funds. They can build office complexes, The prime beneficiaries are large farm corporations who own for a hundred years do not swarm to the polls the moment

shopping centers or city halls,for example,with only few restrictions vast tracts of land. Many of these get more than $1 million they have been granted the right to vote. Some may respondwith

f regarding housing. each to keep their land cropless each year. The total bill apathy or incomprehension. Others may not vote for fear

comes to about $4 billion a year. of reprisals from hostile whites who want to turn the clock
One requirement calls for cities to resettle displaced per-
Stock market also subsidized in that they back the'nineteenth Moreover in
find speculators are to century. ,poor people gen-
from the slum clearance cities but not necessarily '
sons don't have to pay tax on the interest they pay for borrowing eral are heavily under-registered, and millions of blackpeopIe -
them brand new housing to live.Another existing provision requires -
in money with which to play the market. particularly in the South, have not yet escaped from pov-
that at least 20 per cent of any new housing going up
Private companies have a range of subsidized activity,from erty.
an urban renewal area'be reserved for low-income people.
investments in machinery to rent-free use
tax new
relief on
For these reasons the right to vote must be complemented
of factories.The .
government-owned by' registration campaigns, if all eligible black Americansare
homeowner also subsidized.Sec
American is
average to participate in our democratic system. Yet it is now
Plot To Eliminate Black Panthers?
retary of Housing and Urban Development George Romney,
conceivable that the Congress of the United States, which is
talked about the "housing subisdy" that lets people
Is there a deliberate attempt by local and federal officialsto recently bound by oath to uphold the Constitution of this land, will passa
take tax writeoffs for interest paid on home mortgages and
eliminate, or ,rather annihilate the Black panthers? law that violates the spirit of that document by disenfran-
This question has been popping up all over the country in housing loans guaranteed by the government. ,chising millions of people.
"The people who benefit usually are not aware that they are
' the past week. And it is not just being asked by militants, but
also the The organization that is most drastically threatened by the
by moderate and responsible leaders ''Just what Is behind being helped, he said.They are usually among people
many here who scream so loudly about federal "handouts" to the poor tax bill Is the Voter Education Project (VEP) of the Southern
this rash of violence being visited the Panthers
upon while getting handouts themselves. Regional Council Largely through the efforts of the VEP, the
of late should be brought out into the open..
Public tax policy and roadbuildlng led to,the creation of the number of registered black voters in eleven Southern states

Whitney Young, National Urban League director, has asked very subsidized suburbs that, through overt discriminationand 'more than doubled between 1962 and 1968, rising from 1.48

Attorney General John Mitchell to Investigate charges that local zoning laws, exclude Negroes and other minorities. And million to 3.11 million By 1968 62% of the eligible black vot-

and federal officials are trying to annihilate the Panthers. this policy of subsidizing the well-off and the middle classesis ers were registered, a considerable figure in relation to the

Young said he was deeply distrubed over what appears to be a partially behind the shortage of public housing today.In past, but also an indication of what remains to be done. Increased -

pattern of violent clashes between members of the Black Pan-, 1968, for example, the government spent a mere $300 black registration has changed the political structure

I thers and local police and FBI agents.Young urged that special million on public housing, but the revenue loss from letting of the South. In 1965 when the Voting Rights Act was passed

federal grand juries be convened in various jurisdictions where private homeowners write off property taxes and mortgage interest there were 78 black elected officials in the eleven Southern

( 28 Panthers have been murdered by law enforcement officers from their federal tax bill came to close to $4 billion states By 1969 that figure had jumped to 473.

s in several communities throughout the United States. Even welfare Itself can be seen as subsidy to business and
The black vote has not only increased innumbers in recent
not to the By providing a minimum subsistence level to
The Panthers themselves make nobonesabout it.They claim poor. years, but also in sophistication. It is becoming the crucial
relief recipients local governments provide a pool of cheap labor -
that law enforcement officers are out to systematically commit swing vote in many elections,in the North as well as the South.
for seasonal1ndustries.
genocide against the black militants. The anti-Negro forces in this country are aware of the grow-
Hundreds of thousands of low-wage and seasonal workers
ing significance of this vote and do not want to see it expandany
Many moderate black leaders are more than perturbed over move from jobs to welfare and back again to other lowwagejobs.
further. Their that
primary objective is to make certain
, the slaying of Panthers Fred Hampton and Mark Clark in a Businessmen agitating for a law to allow welfare only to the almost five million black Americans who are

\ police raid in Chicago last week. Police said they opened fire residents who had lived in their city for more than a year still unregistered will remain voting age

i\ after being fired on first from the apartment building in which changed their minds when it was pointed out to them that the unregistered.

Hampton and Clark were found. Press reports and Investigations city's hotel, restaurant, and laundry industries would be crippled It is a bitter commentary on the state' of our nation that

by black Chicago police officers have given the suspicionthat by lack of manpower' there are people of great power who want to deny the Negro

this was a plain case of murder.The mood in Chicago is This is a subsidized society. By and large, in spiteof the right to vote only four years after he had been granted it.

bitter, with many blacks feeling the shooting was part of a nationwide obvious inequities, federal subsidies of one sort or another If these people.have their way black Americans will become

plot to eliminate the Black Panther Party. spur greater economic activity. And some, "\1>m the GI Bill disillusioned with the democratic process, and those amongstus

veterans benefits, help many people to economic security. who have called for a nonviolent political solution to the

If there is a conspiracy between Attorney General Mitchell It is now time to help millions more out of poverty by a more racial crisis will no longer speak with a convincing voice. The

and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to eliminate the Panthers, rational use of subsidies. And it is time for the great majorityof provision in the tax bill which bans foundation funding of registration -

/ then America is in big trouble. How can you preach law and Americans who have benefited from subsidies to count their campaigns must be defeated, and we should all immediately :

r order and then murder a man because you did not agree with blessings and extend the same privilege to those who have been. write to our Senators urging them to vote against
his philosophy less favored. it.


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Black ProfilesOf lg j j Harlem Activists Confer With Nixon !1!i

CourageBy I ti Administration Officials 1!

Lou LuTourDr. ...... ........

Washington, D.C. -- Black ings with Agency personneland positive toward the Black gardless of race, than previous I

Robert Lewis is indeed one of the nation's most skilled activists from Harlem spent Mr.Robert Brown,Special Community than" we have been Administrations. The
young Veterinarians operating his own hospital, Oak Knoll two days in Washington con- Assistant to the President, led to believe. attitude is one of"we are at
Animal Hospital at 7010 Highway 7,St.Louis park. Minneapolis ferring with officials of the Mr. Cottman said, "we were A Harlem attorney and 1969- your want.service'' not 1 what do you

Minnesota. And because he is so'ettfc1ent.'be often works Nixon Administration and the genuinely impressed with the Republican candidate for the .

around the clock. The Oak Knoll Animal Hospital could easilybe Republican National Committee minority representation at the New York City Council, Adam Also included in the group

exhibited as a nation-wide model,because every part has its in an effort to determine policy making level and the Tate, observed that "the that visited were: JamesAustin -

.own. function-designed by Dr. Lewis himself.He alsodrew upme what the Administration is track record which has been Nixon policy as administered Stuart Pace,Elexis Poole,
plans lor its U being built,andas doing to carry out President set by the Administration in through the Departments is Barbara Post, David Singler,
the new family home was being Nixon's campaign promise to the field of civil rights suits. showing a more respectful attitude Sam Singletary, Andy White

furnished, work on the 'r give the Black Community "a The Nixon approach is more toward the public, re. and Gene Williams

hospital was being completed.He s sSt piece of the action." --saL

often speaks about the won-

derful encouragement he received Mr. Clarence L. Townes,

from his wife, Joan-a Jr., Assistant to Republican
cousin of the writer of this National CommltteeChairman

series "Black Profiles of Rogers C.B. Morton, in addressing f

Courage," and also from their the group known as "

two children-Bobby,7 and Joan the Liberal Independent Re-
Stacy 6 as well as from his mo- publican Club of Harlem commended -

ther-in-law, Mrs. Rose John- them for their interestin

son who make her home with the affairs of governmentand

them.It "for taking time to come

took courage to make the to Washington to get a better

venture Dr. Lewis made; but insight into the many outstanding T (

being an excellently trained programs of the Nixon Administration _______

Veterinarian with an unlimited practice, he was determinedto and the Repub-
have the best for his animal patients in a building with lican Party."

the best equipped as well as the best in service. So as we takea

look at a "building of buildings" -- the Oak Knoll Animal The group composed of ten

Hospital, we decide to enter into theold-English-stylerecep- professional men and women
tion room which has darkstained cedar siding red leather from Harlem, headed by Mr.

benching and draperies.;The walls are paneled, the furniture ,John Cottman, Recruitmentand
black leather, and the outsize desk is custom-built. Opening Training Coordinator for
from the office are bath and shower.Aside from this private the Housing and Development

office behind the reception room is a smaller office for storageand Administration ofNew York,

study with built in desk and shelves.Dr. described the trip to Washington -

Lewis planned the hospital in such away that the clinic as a "fact finding mission -

area includes two examining rooms,a surgery and x-ray room ." "We want to find out :
five wards of various-size cages to accommodate animals of first hand what the posture of

Afferent sizes. Ozone lights are used through-out so as to kill the Administration is towardthe "
"THE BOYS'IN THE BAND, Mart Crowley's brilliant comedy hit, features .

bacteria and eliminate odors. Black Community and to a superb all-New York Including from left
company, ,' Phillip Clark
what are being taken ,
see steps
The basement area is put to good use with an exercise room
and a storage area.Then in their own separate basement room to involve Blacks effectively Michael Lipton, Jim Oyster, William Tynan and Austin Stoker. Starring George I

are three furnaces and three air-conditioners-for the hospital in the governmental process." Grizzard, the production plays through Sunday, December 14th, at the Coconut
the basement and the ward Grove
area. playhouse.
Following two days of meet- Jr
We can be sure that Dr. B. Robert Lewis is fulling a 'need'in

his well-equipped, beautifully designed and well built Oak ,
Knoll Animal Hospital in the St.Louis Parkarea of Minneapolis ,
Minnesota; and he will always be busy giving the excellent :
service he is known' to give. Remember it takes Just hat to RANDOM THOUGHT EDITOR

make the kind of contribution he, Dr. Lewis, is making to be'
h acknowledged as a great Vetinerian and a "Black Profile of by GLORIA MILLER
.Courage." I
Dear Mr. Reeves:

i Why Not Vocational Colleges Something Should Be Done
I Some of my friends were speaking recently about college . About the $4.00 to $5.00 charge for parking at Saturday'

I owI treasures wh ic h bring physical educations for their children. The conversation dealt with not night's classic game. Any other: time the charge for parking it
"Prisons finding the key, and spiritual destruction, whether their kids were college ready or wanted college; but games sponsored by the Miami Dolphins or the University of
but evils presist," is the head We could end slum conditionsif : simply the broad assumption that after high school the next Miami, would be $2.00

, line of an article about Florida some people's greed for step is college. about bands coming from out of state being placed in
penal institutions."Treat- profits were not their treas- Most of the families there could afford a moderate college positions other than the back of the Classic Parade. For ex-

,: ment and training is the stated ure. We would see an end tc i (if there is such a thing anymore) and certainly all could afford ample in Saturday's parade a band from Georgia was positioned
philosophy of the corrections gambling if man became Immune a Junior college to begin with.It was the usual kind of conversation at the very end of the parade which was not a very good
system," writes the reporterin to the desire to get t among parents of that age child not much thought sign of welcome for their participation.

the article. "Every inmate something for nothing. All I given to the wants or needs of their youngsters. The core of the about the organization of the parade such as floats and
takes a battery of tests to determine -' wars would end soon U the I thinking was directed Instead to the wishes of the parents participants. As a solution to this problem I suggest that the

I' his needs and his potential brotherhood of man was man's There were those who insisted that without a college education, parade preced the game festivities. In other words, have the
," he continues, "but treasure instead of the desireto I their child would simply flounder around and never 'amount parade an hour before the game in the Orange Bowl.
there is Just onephsychiatrist dominate his fellowmen., to anything.' My feelings are in direct conflict with this idea.

in the whole system." The treasures today's world I It is not my intention to suggest that college for the youngster

It's the same old story over are greed, hate and discrimi- bound to be 'a professional isn't a positive necessity, indeeda Debate On Teaching ;I

and over again.The key to prison nation, darkening the heartsof requirement; but I certainly do suggest that parents reexamine
improvement,is the same mankind. their concepts of 'what college can do for their child, Of Afro-American Studies Sunday

to in The Scriptures throughoutthe and to do this with their child.
key improvement every The controversy over participate id the program..
area of human life. It is' the ages have offered us the We are becoming so very professionalized and college oriented teaching Afro-American studies On Dec. 14 this audience will.
heart. We say that lack of keys to the Kingdom, but we in our thinking that we are losing sight of the many op- in ,the nation's public be at WTVS in Detroit.

,money to hire enough psychia- continue to reject them. The portunities that are available to the youngster who would like schools will be examined on Guest for the debate-"tile
but.I believe Kingdom of Heaven, earth to be, for. example, an auto mechanic or any other of the
trists is the reason, on. the public television network man faced with a choice" --
the real will be ours the moment it becomes myriad occupations open to him in the business world.: I rea- "
money is never debate, "The Advocates, will be Dr. Toby K.Kurzband,
lized from the conversation that it is probably too late to swing
+ reason for retarding needed our treasure, makingour Sunday, Dec. 14, from 10 toll superintendent of District Two
the pendulum back to the middle ground where it once was.
improvements. I see.no lack of hearts the repositories p.m. EST. in the New York City public
t money for going to the moon, of Godly things. Only then will Where college was for the kid who could make the gradesand This eleventh in a series of school system."

to fight wars that can't be won, we obtain all the Joys and bene- the trades and business were left to the average or "C" 39 live weekly debates made The question of initiating
the horses and fits not student who very often'amounted to a great deal.' After all, the
for of this world
betting on only possible by grants from the black studies is seen as one
dogs, and for two TVs in the but of the next as well, for it "C" student is the guy you deal with every day of your life Ford Foundation and the Cor- to be answered mainly in the
home.'"For where your treas- is only the true lovers of man- from your insurance agent to the dry cleaners;from the store poration for Public Broad country's big cities which
owner to the salesman that sells in the store. For the most
Is there will heartbe kind who will live in the
ure your many casting will be colorcastover contain large minority populations -
part, they are making a decent living. In too many cases
also. (Matt. 6:21.) mansions of our Heavenly Fa- most ofthel80non-com- though the are
today the college graduate is unprepared to do anything than
It seems that today men seek ther, ,
mercial stations of the public not ruled out for rural areas.
begin at the bottom of the ladder in business anway. Since so
-------------- television The New York
-------- system. City public
many folks are so bound and determined that their kids get
The exact of school of 1.1 mil
SUBSCRIPTION ORDER j that diploma, how about some thought being given to establishing question the population
I Dec. 14 debate is: "Should we lion includes more than 350-,
vocational colleges? These could be two or four year
II require each ninth-grade stu- 000 black students. Los Angeles
Worn! Times
I courses with degrees set up !in the various trades. If done
6530 NW 15th Avenue I dent to take a course in Afro-- Detroit, Chicago,
I properly, we surely could look forward to exceptionally good
American culture and his- Philadelphia and Boston hare
Miami, Florida 3317 I mechanics, TV repairmen, chefs, welders, etc. and this ,
tory.? high of black students
Enclosed please find the ,of $5.00 might even relieve the pressure on our cities in relation to percentages
I II The program will originate in their public school
I unions. Certainly this would prepare a youngster adequately
I to cover the cost of a one year subscription I II enough to pass any union standards of entry. But more,Important from KCET in Los Angeles, systems.
I where advocate Howard Mil., Proponents of minorities
I 'to the Miami Times. this, could Induce the all-too-many parents who insist
{ \tI ler will argue in favor of such studies say these subjects
that college is a must for their youngster to finally attach some
studies, and advocate Max will provide motivation for '
I Mail Pop r.To J importance to the wants of their offspring and to'upgradethe
I Greenberg will present the students who might otherwise
of the man. tt could graduate some pretty
image working
Address I IJ ,
I I opposing case.DETROIT Join the school drop-out lists,
happy adults knowledgeable that they can earn a living
5'0' ZI'Cod._ I Il't' PARTICIPATESA and will give a sense of identity t
J _
City graduation. It could even do something else bring dignity studio "
audience in a remote" and heritage to membersof
-, __________. _______________ and, pride of'work back where. it belongs. city of interest aIsp will minorities.

-_. 1THE


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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12, 1969 '" _' ... ..""y.--t 'It.I' .Hundreds ExpectedAt

Marie S. Carl DinnerMayors

of the City of Miami The gala affair at the Dupont
and Dade County have pro- Plaza will be led by Toast-
BY CLARICE LITTLES claimed Friday,December 12, master Garth c. Reeves,
Miami Times Society Editor 1969, as Marie S. Carl day. editor of the Miami Times
P! A"AJU w.- The proclamations will be Committee chair man M,Atha.'
n for lie Range City of
-7J- ). >> one of the highlights Miami vice
HAPPY HANUKKAHNews ,, ( EOPPs Executive Director on Mayor, will give the keynote
has reached my desk of the passing of Mrs Eva /1.J- --PONTIPHFLETMy Friday. address at the affair. cO C
Grants' mother on December 4, in New York City. "I"-T ADLINE Later that night at the Du- chairmen Canon Theodore R,
Invitations have been issued for the Dec. 27 wedding of Pont Plaza Hotel at 7 p.m. she Gibson, a longstanding EOPI
Judy Mahoney and Franklin Pinckney. guest this week is not man's View" which comes on will be. honored with a testi- board member, and Zachary
AKA Sorority will meet on Saturday, Dec. 13, 1 p.m. at the unknown to many people.: She Channel 2 every Sunday after- monial dinner by local resi- Grille Liberty City area
home of Mrs. Thomas W, Blue, 1201 NW 68th Street. is Mrs. Barbara Glenn, a well noon at four p.m. This particular dents, friends and associates. Board President, have pro-
On Saturday, December 13, general meeting and luncheon, known singer who participatesin showing will be set for mised an exciting evening
the American Association of University Women at Miami Wo- many activities, The Per- Sunday January 4th. Please cepted. "We -are very pleased with
man's Club at noon. forming Arts Society of make note of it. Mach information What with all these public the sales of tickets thus far,"
To all members of Sgt, Daniel W. Mulliens ##39 DA VA. Greater Miami being only one about the school and the services and our own systemof said Mrs. M. Athalie Range
DUZ you DREFT along with the TIDE ? ? ? VEL now Is the of them. society will be given and to invitation handling, we are More than 500 tickets had been
time for ALL to CHEER Up If you want real JOY, the trend is think you will hear from the looking forward to much sold at press time. Between
to BREEZE auxiliary meetings. We should not need an SOS Maestro himself. The producers crowding not to mention the 500 1,000 are expected at the
call-or dial a phone to remind us.Too many WOODBURY their and cameramen told me possibility of having and per- dinner.
heads and let handy Andy do the top Job. Trusting to LUX that this program will be one of the haps not having standing room Tickets may still be obtained
PALMOLIVE will LES-TOIL and not redden her IVORY hands. best yet. I can't wait to see it. only. Our "1S69 Fall Con- by calling the Office of
This is no idle BAB-0. Regular attendance at your meetingsadds Well it won't be long now. Public Affairs at 377-8601
to your LIFEBUOY. WBK out of bed,get SPICK & SPAN, Last Tuesday night saw ten cert" has already been accepting -
DASH like COMET and our meetings will become full of ZEST. rf j members of the executive reservations for more
Your adjutant, committee have a business than two hundred V.lP.'s not
Clarice R, Littles meeting at the home of Mr.La' Including thousands of honor-
Regular meeting. ThursdayDecember 7:30 p.m. h Pierre. It seems that Televi- able guests like yourselves. I OTHACHEDon't E
Primary "C"Congratulations sion Channel 7 (NBC) Is pre- might suggest your getting to
to Dorothy (Mrs. James) Bowman, South senting spot annoucements as the Fontainebleau as early as In hi seconds n militant suffer -do r llm with
Miami, who is seeking a seat on the council. Leroy Gibson is I much as three times daily ando one-thirty to be there when the. 3RA-JEI. Many dentists recommend
also seeking a seat. Dorothy a guidance counselor and Leroy, be accelerated. Television doors open. They will not open xofewional sin, ORA-JEL trutrnmt until you g*T'N.
a former South Miami policeman and Harlem Globetrotters' ii Channel 10 (ABC) has writtenin before that time. May I wish t...
basketball star should prove an Interesting race. to offer the same services you to please be happy and a'a-jel ,=;
The Liberty City Community Theater Group, now incorpor- which Mr. La Pierre has ac- love one another.
ated, is' moving fast toward securing the Liberty Theater Barbara Is one of the leading -- -
known as the "Shack". The group says thanks to Mrs. MarieS. soloists with the choir at the
Carl and the Liberty City EOPI staff for all the help given Seventh Day Adventist Church. I
them.The need for community support is crucial at this time. She Is also affiliated with a
Mrs. Elizabeth Carey has returned to the city after a visit choral group directed by one ;
to Atmore, Alabama. Mrs. Carey was the houseguest of Mrs. of the members of that church.,j
Roland (Lois) Carey and daughter, Deborah.It's Most recently,she has becomeour
a boy for Sophie and Willie West. Ivan Keith made his newest member being that
debut at Mt. Sinai Hospital,November 30; weighing in at 6 lbs she is a guest soloist presentIng -
20 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Carl (Mary) Price are the maternal the "Ave Maria(Schubert) I,

grandparents.After following the Invocation inour i'
an extended vacation in California, Washington, D.C. concert forthcoming."
and New York Mrs. Charles (Myrtle) Lockhart has returned Mother of several beautiful
home. Mrs. Lockhart visited her daughter, Pearl and her children, Mrs. Glenn is the 1 1'i
son-in-law, Samuel (the Doctors Rosser) and her grandson, wife of Mr. Willie Glenn, x7 '
Charles at Silver Springs, Maryland. everyone living at 2221 NW 152 4
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Pinckney motored to St. George, Terrace in Opa-locka. I'm 'i'I
S, C, to bury his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pinckney. pleased to say that Mr. Glenn it
Motoring to Miami. from Titusville to spend Thanksgivingwith has a lot to do with the enthu- 2
her sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Williams and Mrs. Idella siasm which Barbara exercise .I if.," \
Brown. An automobile accident prevented Mrs. Mamie Wat- towards her new membership> I" ...
son from keeping the date. She's in a hospital in Lake Worth.In with the society. She has beena i
Miami, sister, Gertrude was struck by a car at 6th Avenue vocal student with Mr. La ,
and 62nd Street. She is a patient at Jackson. Pierre for many months now C

Congratulations to Julius Lee whohas become Burdine's and a rigid nursing course I ,
first black buyer. He is a buyer of luggage. prevented her from enjoying
Ex-Miamians down for the Classic included William being active with the societyas
"Junior" Kancey from Chicago,Charles"Rat"Johnson from such. Everything turned out f "S
New York, and Alfred "Gook" Ferguson from New Jersey. for the best because I would
State newspaper publishers in the city for the game include say, having heard Barbara in
Bernard Singleton of the Orlando Florida View, C.E. Bolen of rehearsal last Sunday,she has "
the Fort Pierce Chronicle, William Jackson of the Sarasota made quite some improvementnot
Weekly Bulletin and Eric Simpson of the Jacksonville Florida only with her voicebut with
her deportment which in my :
Star.COUNTDOWN opinion stands high in de-
livery. Of course, Mrs. Glenn ,r Something
I BALLVERNON has a rich naturalmezzo-
shimmery. It's
soprano voice.. I say "of ,
j'R; : course" because, she's already panne velvet.
pf : famous for it. It was in
,,, In silvery gray,
a reception for our most dis-
.!, tinguished patron, Mrs. j 4 '; a look that makes ';

.( Athalie Rnage,that Iheard this it. With billowy
'd.1' gorgeous voice and as I said
,"?"\ before, it's even better now. I cuffs anddrawstring

pray that Divine Providencewill 5' lacing. ,
,'.' direct Mrs. Barbara S
,. 5-'S. So soft andsmooth .
\ '. Glenn Ito use her beautiful nat- ,.
\\11 ural talent in areas where it ;
can do most good. Right now,I. N' I t for
can only advise you to look for- \ s your
ward to hearing much more Christmassing,

from this gracious lady and I From size 6
$ rt
assure you if Mr. La Pierre :

--.. _.......! has something to do about it, up $48. '
you will. Styled by
JACKSONMr. MARIA. JENKINS Through no fault of our own,
Vernon Jackson Mrs. the arp Gir\
';<"? 1 6 I photograph of a previous ,
Maria Jenkins and Mr. Ray- ::aga t ." I society guest, Mrs. Frances
mond Newton, shown above, :'; :]I, Turner, did not appear. i
Join the count down for Delta's 'j Mr. La Pierre felt that you
Pre-New Year's Eve Ball on j would like to meet her.
Dec. 30, at the Carribbean I hope you'are listening to
Room of Bayfront Park Audi- jI Blanche Calloway'S ",Progress -
torium. I Report" three times on LORU'St1 (
the air LlelLORY'S
Mrs. Evelyn Wynn and Miss every Wednesday till : \
Margaret Percell, committee Concert Date which is Decem-
chairmen are planning to ber 14th. Last week, I was entertained -
make this to hear those won
your most memor- FASHION
able holiday affair. Surprisesand derful little familiar voices SHOPS

treats await you. being loway interviewed.handles each Miss interview Cal- 6112 NW 7th AVENUE ( Edison Center)

Yes It will be the of
"Age with great finesse, as usual.
Aquarius," as we celebrateIn Thursaay last week, Mr. La- STORE HOURS: Monday through Saturday +9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
elegant after five fashions ---
Pierre was Invited to videotape -
RAYMOND NEWTON Sundays 12 noon to 5 I
-Gowns, mini's, fancy pants a fifteen-minute inter- p.m.
satisfy your particular pas Invitations are now in th sion. mail stein for the program "Wo- II I

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 12, 1969 7 tt

Watch For January 10th

Black Theatre #4 'I

Alpha Presents Kappa Alpha : To Appear SoonThe

I ,
fourth issue of Black "Bombers" in their own way,
Gamma Zeta Omega Chap- her pastor helped her .o go to will be
( j Theatre Magazine and their comments were an
ter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority school in the United States.
available toward the end of De important index to the deve-
is for its Found-
planning cember. The editors say that loping Black aesthetic.
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING ers' Day banquet to be held at this is their most ambitious Black Theatre Magazine,
the DuPont Plaza hotel Jan.
issue. edited by Ed Bullins, is pub-
10th at 8 and will
LINE-0-TYFE present
p.m. The publication will includenew lished by The New Lafayette
as Its speaker Miss Angie i poetry by Imamu Ameer Theatre. The cost of a subscription -,
LITTLE RED BOOK With the election to office of
THE : mayor Brooks, president of the Unit-
Baraka, an original one act (six Issues)is$2.50,
by William Cahill in New Jersey and Linwood Holton in ed Nations General Assembly.
play by Brother Charles F. and the cost is fifty
per copy
Virginia (John Lindsey re-elected in New York) the numberof
Gordon, views on BlackArtby cents. Black Theatre Maga-
Republican mayors now skyrockets to 32 _3_ _____ of-
Maulana Ron ,Karenga, and zine canbepurchasedatlthe
which, of course, makes GOP president
news of developments in Black fices of the Lafayette Theatrein
Richard Nixon ,offly happy. .Apparently,
theatre from groups all over Harlem (137th Street and
in order to make more room for growing
the nation Seventh Ave.), or at most of
uniform personnel and promotions, City of
The feature piece is a taped the Black-ownedbookstores in
Miami police credit union has once again j
i' discussion which was held last the Harlem, South Bronz, and
moved offices from room 106 to offices
Spring to discuss the meritsof ,
Bedford-Stuyvesant communities -
formerly occupied by the taxi and license I 1,
B. Bass Jr's
Kingsley con .
bureau (room 130) near the court clerk'soffice :
tk-_ < < <'
j troversial play, We Righteous
in Municipal Justice Bldg.The license !!!!I lIt. : 'l"M': ..
Bombers. Participating in the
bureau? Ob, it has moved to Miami Stadiumon MISS EDNA DeVEAUX discussion were Imamu
NW 23rd St at 10th Ave FOUND: Set ARNOLD'SCarpet
of car keys-Tag No. 1-37051 Fla'69-70. FOUND: Metre Tickets for the banquet are Ameer Baraka, Robert Mac-
now available to the public. beth, Ernie Mkalimoto, Larry
Traffic Summons Tag No. 1-W190859 Fla '70 1961 Fore

4-Dr. .If interested,contact Stanley Sweeting, Miami Time Donations' are $10 per person. Neal, and ASkia Marvin MuhammadToure X. Each of Cleaningwall
Office, 6530 NW 15th Avenue, and Identify your loss. Feel free to contact any member ,
of the committee or any these brothers dealt with

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: A Founders' Day Banquetwill greet MRS. ADA DeVEAUX Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror. Grice, Aleen Williams,Pearl to wall cleaningin

RSVP guests of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority (Gamma Zeta Miss Brooks, a beautiful Mrs. Ada DeVeaux, and Puryear, Charlotte Ford, your home
Omega chapter) on Jan 10 at 8 pm when the DuPont plaza woman with a well developedsense Miss Edna DeVeaux are gen- Louise Davis, Connie Sutton,

hotel hosts its observance at$10 a plate Distinguished speaker of humor and no disposition eral co-chairmen for the ban Thena Crowder,Grace Albert, Call 691-9314
for the bash will be Her Excellency Miss Angle Brooks, to mince words, born l quet. Other members of the Pauline Austin, EleanorJohnson -

(president, United Nations General Assembly) with the theme in Virginia, Liberia in 1928., committee are Marion P. Harriet Hart and Dorothy
'Impact of Youth Upon International Affairs.' Reservationsmust While she was still teenager Allen, 1970-71 basileus;Ethel. Edwards.

be made by Jan 5 ... Cafe Society nltery building razed
by Urban Renewal. And many more landmarks north of NV

15th St and west of NW Third Ave booked to go.

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Miller ; > ; > '
Diller) :
SALT WATER TAFFY: Nathan A. (Killer ,,, : "' ,
one-time popular Miami sportsman and business man, over ,? '\ \ f ,,,
from his native Bahamas to attend the OBClassic but returned \
this early week to resume work on his building program tr; ;'t\4 ', -:'. .
in Nassau Reports have it that the late Eustace Edge- '
" combe, long-time Viscaya caretaker and dad of Hortense
Lucas, left his family leaded,.Nassau police sergeant Erro '; : *

Farquhasson and daugi, *r houseguesting with cousins Marcus ;. c

Moss and Henry Cunningham Hester and Ezekiel Clark I 4

'. have decided to Call It A Day. sz 5 \\\

THE WEEK'S WASH: The L.C. Spencers' Diana to wed \

Clarence Bernard Allen Jan 3 InStMark'sAME (Haines City,,
Fla) at 3:00. Reception at Oakland Civic Center Sony \
Ellie Lewis Jr will tell all their
-. Paulette Higgs and Bobby ..
\1\ '. troubles to Fr Elisha S. Clarke Jr of Transfiguration on Dec

)'4 13 at 4 p.m., when he pronounces them MAN and WIFE .
It finally took Darnella Beal to do it.She and Otis Ross Jr became -

MR and MRS last Friday (Dec 5) If all goes well,,
Northwestern senior high principal Samuel O'Tanner Cohen

Might retire in two years' time. He'll be 62.

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STUFF AND SUCH: Former Miamian and mortician Lee INVENTOR, BUSi&$$MA Born in Paramaribo, Clutch Guinea lamed passage edr tot/ '>,, ,.
Sears gravely ill in Ft Myers' Lee Memorial hospital. Wire United States as a sailor and arrived in Lynn,Massachusetts in 1876.After laborinf ten yean,' 1 "
him get-well wishes today. .Greater Bethel AME Faysonite Mabeltcer finally Invented and patented an automatic Shoo Lastwf Machine on MarchMtn,1883. J. 's,, "
from 4 to 6 at the Patent 274,207 was purchased by the United Shoe Machinery Company of Boston which revolutionized \ *.
Board holds its Mid-Winter Tea Jan shoe industry,created thousands of jobs,cut shot prices in half Posthumously swatded l ,
church. Princess Johnson's brother Irwin Roberts buried gold medal by the Pen-AmeriCen Exposition in 1901 StatM erected In his honor In Lynn Mastictiusetts j.I r t I.,' ,''!I,;<\,
last Saturday ayem from St James Baptist.. Angela Candace ,the shoe capital of the world -, 1..t :'4

F -'Byrd=Gooden down from Jamaica E.I., N.Y Hubby James followed .

with an arrival Tuesday... Mary Kemp will be sportinga black
t 1966 Chevvy Stick Drive with all the trimmings by the time Do you know it was a man

you read about it beret

who revolutionized the shoe industry
SWEETS' TREATS: The Jolliettes 21st anniversary Pre- ,
Christmas Dance is a Bayfront Park audit swlng-eroo for
Dec 12 from 10 'til 2. Cocktail dresses-pants and dark suits creating thousands of new jobs?

are the order of the day. The tab Is $Z.50 and take no vittles
III Houseguesting with Anna-Grace Sweeting during the OBC

festival were Sarasotans Bernice Ford and Delores Roe. ,
And former Miami mortician Clarence Seniors and the missus,
also of Sarasota, spent Classic-time houseguesting with You'll be proud to own this Informative calendar...A dramatic record of Negro achievement In American history.

Johnny and Edna Mae Stone-Robinson down in Perrine. This is just one of 12 magnificent portraits of distinguished black Americans, who made price-

Alice Murray Birthday party-edhubbyClydeWeasel) Murray less contributions to our national scene. And you'll find them all in our 1970 Negro Historical Calen-

I, at their wigwam last Classic night. 1969. .
dar, the second of a series started in -
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12, 1969

FFA 1 1 Piichps For Integration Of All Schools I
I Classes For Postal' ExamIn i 1I MV. '.r -----g -
Florida and
boards "are lations.He "perhaps
The Florida Education As- He said some draft
millions of dollars said the committee will explicit directions in this
Broward sociation, newly pledged a throwing away field
..... ,, and are unnecessarily organize in January, review for the state's I
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goal says year
y.a lJC.I i 10 prepare peoplefor z: nights a week for four weeks.' school all desegregation plans in force."
the United States Postal The course is to some school boards are los- disrupting their
open any-
Service examination will be one interested in taking the ing money and disrupting their systems because of a stubbornand
school because of bigoted refusal to Inte-
conducted throughout Broward examination to qualify for a Job systems
County beginning in January.Mr. with the postal service. bigotry. grate 1
FEA President Robert Pearson's remarks came in fit
Chuck Watson,Employ- This program which is design ;
Pearson said desegregation statement released after the .
ment Specialist for Economic as a preparation for the a e
Opportunity Coordinating examination will be conductedby "cannot be accomplishedwithout FEA's board endorsed a position -
Group announced the free volunteer instructors support from school calling for integrationand
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_ THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, December 12. 1969 9

"When Playtime Ends'At k

PlayhouseOpening Saturday evening

1tiA December 13, Ruth Foreman
presents Prevue Performances -
of "When PlaytimeEnds
," a new play about teen-
age problems Roberta Gib-
son, and John Carlino's beau-

........?mIRCAIiK sAIGC lscrec tifully written one act play
"Sarah and the Sax with
Jim Bishop writes a feature column for the Miami Herald, ,
Lllyan Philips of the New York
which is quite Interesting most times. But the one he wrote
last week was a dilly. It was headed U I Were Black. Fd cast, and black comedianactor -
See It All This Way." First, he said If he were black, he Alvin Bruton.
would net "Join the whites." Now, If en he was black, he'd Prevue performances will
think like we, think because the clothes we wear is made by be held,Dec. 13-14,20-21,27-
Mr. Charlie 'the food 29, Both plays wlllbe presented -
; we eat Is grown by the crackers and
at the Diplomat and the Fon-
canned or packaged by them; the cars we ride In are manu-
factured by the ofays; the everyday things in life you tainebleau, during the holiday
All seats at MI- "
name them from the TV set to the kitchen sink Whitey season. North
made and sold. We got no choice but to join the paleface, ami Playhouse for prevue per-
whether we like it or not. formances are $2.

Next he said, "no one would force me to imitate the white Children's Theater Sat-
man, with his silk suits, his veneer of manners, his strugglefor urday matinees of Rip Van
Winkle will continue thru the
respect among his own. We were born in this country,
'live by its! laws and standards, including fashion and accepted holiday season. ,with extra performances Seven of nine Miami.Dade Junior College North scholarship winners start
'manners. I guess Mr. Bishop thinks 'we should be wearing
overalls, sandals and bandanas like some of the folks he has towards a career in consumer finance as they receive certificates from Abe

seen on the plantation. .or even the lepord skin of the Jungle GAINESVILLE NEWSThe Carter, acting for the scholarship sponsors, the National Consumer Finance

and the women topless. (By the way, we didn't start the topless 18th Annual Donation Association.

fad in America and the "civilized" world) He also Day celebration of Florida Left to right are: Linda Ashkenas, Toni White, Vicki Kensak,' Jim Dillon,
stated that he would not riot.
Well the white Memorial College, held Nov. Antonio Suarez, Juan Vincente John Weigner M-DJC Vice President
man or no one else would have taken noticeof 19 James
was a success. The dele-
the injustices that the black man has suffered without it. gation from Gainesville Included Groark and Carter.
And if he has what the hell did he
care? He hasn't noticed for
300 years, so why should he start now?Riots were here whenwe pastor of Rev.Mt.G.A.Carmel Wright Baptist, Nine Get Consumer Finance Scholarships .

got here. They are all over the world, but they call them Church; Mrs.Christine.Ca- .
rebellions. When it's us it's a riot. The Catholics and to, President of the Home Mis- Nine students have received implementing the curriculum. White, Vicki Kensak, Juan
Protestants are fighting in another part of the world and they sionary Society; Mrs. EstherW. scholarships to Miami-Dade The courses are available to Serna and Michael Lewis.
are both supposed to be great Christians The Indian peopleof Hamm, Mrs. Ruth Kinsey Junior College North's Con- part-time evening students as
the far east have been for Riots Finance well full-time M-DJC North's
having'rebellions' years. ? and Rev. and Mrs. L.A. Gill- sumer program. as students. Consumer
No neverl! As far as' the looting is concerned, the 'niggers'don't man of Mt. Moriah Baptist The scholarships were pre Carter said of the program, Finance program began in
have decent jobs, good wages, better education, better Church. sented by Abe R. Carter, vice "We believe the program of- 1966, and the NCFA began
living conditions and full stomachs, but they don't go around The East Florida Primitive president of Family Finance fered by Miami-Dade Junior granting scholarships to th6
killing the "opposition" who is taking over his 'bootlegging' Baptist Associations 100th Management Corp., on behalfof College will be expanded into college in 1967. I "
(looting) territory and killing innocent people on the street Centennial Session closed a the National Consumer FI- junior colleges in other areas
who happen to get in the way. This is a part of whitey too. very successful meeting recently nance Association.The making available wider train-
There and bad In but the black is two-year curriculum Ing in Consumer _
are good every race, man at the Mt. Olive P.B. Finance a
the one who is played up in the newspapers and who Is taken Church 1319 Myrtle Ave consists of the usual business rewarding career field and one Xmas Tree Sale
by others and judged as a group.When Mr. Charlie does some- Jacksonville, Fla. Elder administration courses plus that is essential to the national
thing, it does not affect his whole race he was Just a bad James M.Dixon,pastor. Ministers 15 semester hours of consumer economy." Southwest High School Band
man. When it is in the black community. "all niggers are visiting from all parts finance and Is designed to The NCFA is the official national Patron's Association Christmas -
no good." Put the blame where it should be on the white of the State Including Mode- equip students with the neces- trade association of the tree sale,started Wed
man who builds an apartment in the black neighborhood withinferIQC rators, State Presidents and sary credentials for a careerin regulated consumer finance nesday, Dec. 10, Bird Road
materials high rentals. cubby holes that are National Presidents. Elder this rapidly expanding field. Industry In the United States and 104th Avenue. Proceeds'
.,classified as rooms .' and the Inspector who closes his T.R. Griffin presiding, pastorof Graduates receive the Asso- and Is made up of more than go towards sending the band 1
[, eyes): to ;these faults in construction. Put it on the man who Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist ciate In Science degree: 1,200 member companies to ,Washington, D. C. where
has Jobs to offer, but regardless of the qualifications does Church West Palm Beach Fla. The Personnel Relations throughout the country.The they have been invited to participate -
not put a black in the Job because he has heard that all niggersare The next session will be held Committee of the NC FA work- nine scholarship win- in the Cherry Blossom
"trifling." at Mt. Olive P.B.Church.Gifford ed closely with members of the ners are Juan Vicente, Jim Festival in April. Your
I do not condone rioting, looting or violence of any kind, Fla., Rev.S.J,Lawrence M-DJC North Business Studies ',Dillon, John Weigner, Antonio support will be greatlyappre-
but the white man has made it seem to the average black that pastor., faculty in planning and Suarez Linda Ashkenas, Toni ciated.
this is the only way to make him stand up and take notice.
Sitting at the table to talk was the best way to do it, but promises -
paper work, talks, and half-listening do not solve prob-
lems that are ever pressing upon people. It is time to listen
with both ears, eyes and your heart. Make those promises "J lS
good, cut the paper work in half and do something. Don't "talk %
these people down" Let them ray: what they feel and try to
understand, then do something about these problem In a sin-
cere, earnest way. Then the table talks will be worthwhile and
more carefully considered as a means of getting somewhere.As .
a special to Mr. Bishop: I was born in this country, I
went to war and fought for this country. So how come you as lacy holiday knit r

an American Citizen, born in the same countrycan go to any

movie, restaurant; have better schools, better and cheaper for giving or receiving t .
honjes better Jobs, better salary, better clothes, charged less ?
interest on purchases, pay less for insurance with better
coverage? Blacks work Just as hard or harder than you do but '' ;
we get less for our work.. ;; : ,; '"" ,
9.99 "
You had a few good points in your article, but most of them '
were quite bad. Ido not agree that Black Power is a lifcense
to burn out ghettos. Black Power, as they call it, was createdto
show White Power that it was not the only power. As for me, Compare at $16. ''A beauty of a gift '
I prefer for everybody that is what really
green power that you or she will// enjoy ,all year
talks in this world. As for the NAACP being an Uncle Tom j
long, f/ere, (r) acrylic popcorn
outfit, you should ask Father Theodore Gibson. The NAACP *
stitch cardigan with covered but.
aid ItS snare in the early days, and they are still strong. AndI i
hope that when you need authenic information of the black tons. .In holiday white, blue, pink, ,
man you will contact Father Gibson, Garth Reeves, Bernard or maize.. Sizes 3640 '

Dyer, Archie Hardwick, Margaret Brown, Georgia Jones,
Clyde Killens, T. Willard Fair or some such person. budget sportswear, all 8 Burdine's > .r
U you were black, Jim Bishop, you would do the same as stores ; c
any other black man that has had his can kicked all of his life.
You would be like any black man who has been denied a good come in or call 3731111I
education so he has to work longer hours for less pay, come
home to a house (you can not really call it a home) whether he

pays high rent or high mortgage and eat neck bones that cost .. ", l'
him more in his neighborhood grocery store than your steak ".;. .
, did. Throw the thought out of your Ih e a d Mr. Bishop. You '
can't think of what you would do if you were black, because
I do not believe that a white man has been created that can
"think black." You'll never make ill! But, some of my best

friends. ,
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PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK:Sam'11le Tire Man" Flshman '"
C G-

OF THE WEEK: Jim Bishop of, the Miami Herald

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Good week, readers! I hope all of you enjoyed classic week.The ., 11 r

parade was great Saturday afternoon,but on Saturday night
The results from the county track and field sports day for
that game between FAMU and Grambling was even better.
FAMU's 23-19 win over Grambling ended the joyous classic girls held at the JC stadium December 3, are as follows:
week with cheers and happiness for many Miami people. I'm ; 220-yard dash first place, Delores Howard; shot put_
sure glad of that! first place, Deborah Allen; long jump-second place, Bever.ly .
* * * "f Simmons; softball throw -third place, Rosiland Arinah;

This week, readers, I have the opportunity to share with high jump- third place, Gailyn Blunt.
you an interview which I had with a very ambitious and indus- The results of the mixed 440 yard relay were: second place
trious lady, Mrs. Cecilia L. Hunter. Mrs. Hunter is a studentat Judy Hayes; third place, Gailyn Blunt; fourth place, Sandra
FAMU where she is majoring in Speech Therapy. Her mi- Williams.
nor is Psychology. At the moment she and three other young .1 4 G Delores Howard placed first in the 100 yard preliminariesbut
ladies Mary Beesley from Miami, pat Cunningham from was unable to participate in the finals.
* ** * *
Ft. Pierce, and Dorothy Bell from Tampa, attending ,
are now interning in various schools here In Miami. The Coca-Cola Bottling Co.sponsored a dance for North-
Among the schools in which Mrs. Hunter is interning are western students, Dec. 5 at 3:15 p.m. in the school gym.
Highland Oaks which consists predominantly of wealthy Jewish Students were given a chance to win prizes by placing signed
children, where there are only two black children attending.Mrs. r stubs from their tickets Into a container. The prizes were a
Hunter teaches there on Tuesday and Thursday.On Wed- Coca-Cola radio, a Cola lamp, a Sprite pillow,a Cola bag and
nesday she teaches at Fulford,where there are 25 black children three cases of Coca-Cola.
On Monday and Friday she is at Parkway. Sod StitM 01/ tkt WedMy When the stubs were pulled, Donald Smith won the radio,
I asked Mrs. Hunter if being the only black teacher in a Rosa Pearson the lamp,Rudolph Boston,the pillow and Brenda
school whch is predominantly white, posed any problems or soul sister for this week is Janet Williams. Corey the Cola bag. Three lucky students were given a case
,comments among the other teachers or the children with whom Janet is a Junior at Jackson Sr. High School. She is of Coca-Cola.
she works. She said this in a very sincere voice, about the interested in band, sports, dancing, and school. She's Congratulations are inorder to these five students who made
faculty, "I do not go out of my way to be friendly with some another cute young lady from that fantastic home of perfect attendance in the curriculum guidance project: Willie
people and I do not go out of my way not to be friendly. I listen the mighty Generals Johnson of Miami photo. Hill, Gregory Humbert, Bennie Knight, Betty Williams and
to others but I also tend to form my own opinions. Bobby Williams
"At Highland Oaks, where most of the children attendingare wwwww * * * *

quite wealthy, I experienced one situation which struckme. Chester Lewis has been chosen ,as student of the month.
One child came up to me and said, 'Gee, you're black just Mr. Leroy "Breeze" Brown, physical education instructor,
like our maid.' Many of these children have not come into has been named teacher of the month.:
contact with any other black people except their maids or gard- Coconut Mr. Robert Simms, a member of the community relations
ners. mow feel thatIamacceptedby the children in all of the board, addressed the student council Monday, Dec. 8, in the
schools." 1 schools auditorium. He emphasized the role of today's students -
Among the many duties as an intern Cecilia Hunter observesthe Grove DARLENE BY I leaders as possible future leaders.
stutterers, gives them hearing tests, and decides whetheror JACKSONLHighlights The Bulls will open their 1969-70 basketball season tonight
not to refer the person to a doctor. Her studying at FAMU against the Central Rockets, in the opponents gym.
must be very inclusive and implicit. It consists of subjects Possible starters for the varsity team are Anthony Carter,

such as audiology, stuttering,articulation,anatomy and litysi- j kr Leroy Wilson, Bertram Strachan, Ronald Whiley, Samuel
ology of hearing and also a study on cerebral palsy patients.A Robinson, and Barry Thompson.
of is in this field because work- -
study psychology necessary
Eva will visit Northwestern in four more months.
ing with people of all ages (especially children),working with IN OUR COMMUNITY:
the inarticulateand retarded, is a job that takes much more -
than mere diagnosing, and analyzing. Mrs. Hunter said, "I Miss Gayle Andrews, daughter of Sirs. Frances Andrews'
try to get very close to each child.The child must feel confi- Baker, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Mittie Andrews, has Miami TimesAds Don't Cost
dent and assured of himself. In the same manner, I must gain become the first black cheerleader at Florida State University. -
the child's confidence towards me. Gayle attended Coral Gables Sr. High, being a graduateof They Pay
s "It takes a lot of patience. One must never be Impatientwith the '68 graduating class. While attending Gables Sr. High,
Gayle was also selected first black cheerleader where she
a child who is learning or whom you are trying to teach. ,
I sometimes get pretty disgusted disgusted with myself maintained a (B plus) average. Gay's family is really proud,
of her for making a mark in history for Florida State Uni-
I cannot reach the child.It lifts my heart to see improve-
ment in a chnd.Improvement can mean a child no longer stut- versity. CongratulationslSincere !
ters when saying his name or he no longer stutters or acts sympathy is extended to the McGhee family of South Call

afraid when he is around a certain person."I Miami.
enjoy watching the children help one another. They get Mrs. Jacquline Battle and husband of Jacksonville were r CHARLES
so excited and they a!! 'niiyJoamhearingone another's here visiting this past weekend:Mrs;Battle is the daughterof
Mrs. Emma Gillone.
Gerald Tinker will make his indoor track debut ROGERS
"People sometimes do not picture a retarded person as Tuesday
being a true part of our society. Many of these people whomwe night lathe Liberty Bowl Classic In.Memphis,Tenn. The Memphis AT PL 1-7502
State freshman is one of the nation's
and promising
castigate ignore are very outgoing persons.You could
say their problem is like a bad habit that we're trying to sprinters, will enter the 50-yard dash, an event in which he FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
has never been clocked.
I asked Cecilia Hunter if she would encourage her black STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
people to enter Into this field. She said, "Many blacks do not INSTRUMENTS.
go into Speech Therapy. It hurts me to see some of our black I
people not using their time and talent. They should stay in I Mrs.
school and stop wasting time. I must say that it is quite rewarding I W.I Harvey
when you can teach a child even.one small sound" I igs 4419 NW 11th AVENUE
Mrs. Cecilia Hunter is the daughter of the illustrious 633-9318
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Johnson of Miami. With the inspiring words which Mrs. Hunter I It's Later Than You Think!!
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clyde by saying that some good, pretty, and ambitious people I Layaway Now! a
come out of grand old FAMU.
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From my talk with Mrs. Hunter, I became aware of many I
things which I dti not know.I was amazed to hear that Therapy I
Clinics are a major part of our public schools. In schools
I, such as Jackson High and Allapattah Jr. High, there areI I Afro Wigs ..
therapy sessions conducted within the school system. I truly I + .' $18.95
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-there Is some help. MRS. HARVEY
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cvea we most uulwcut-il avoid rattlers which- I Kf v Rev. Graham Barry 'YI
pear lug toys seen at "Toy- crack Into Jagged may of rough use.The moving partsof play equipment. However the
pieces and
lands" now open throughout cut a baby." A mechanical toys cog National Safety Council reports ;
Greater good rule is wheels, gears and chains College Graduation
Miami may contain don't give a toy. can that misuse appears to l
or a
toy with
certain built-in booby parts pinch a child's fingers unless be the greatest accident creating -
traps and can turn Christmas child's fist.- smaller than your well covered and sharp metal problem where toys are Sister Mary Dorothy, O.P., of the Board of Trustees of i
cheer and happiness into The corners or edges can also concerned.The Ph. D., President of Barry Florida Memorial College,
tragedy safety director added cause an injury. College, announces the will be
among children. This that parents Red Cross official con- first guest speaker. 1
was the warning made by Dade items' construction should check the Statistics reveal that 17 cluded with this advice, "A mid-semester graduation at
County Chapter, AmericanRed to keep necessary million children were injured need for more adult guidanceIs Barry on December 19 in the LUCKY LENNY'S
Cross, safety director, wheels bells small parts such as in the United States last year evident so check labels and college auditorium at 8 p.m. WEEKLY REPORT
Thomas D. Miller. place. knobs etc. in 'and 15,000 died from acci- Information received with the Reverend Ed ward T.Graham
In uring parents to nuke: essential Good since construction is dents. A high percentage of the toy, keeping in mind your Minister at Mt. Zion Putrto Rico 54-97-27
Christmas toy selection with toys get plenty accidents resulted from faulty child's age and capabilities." Baptist Church and Chairman Dog Days 93-05-25

extreme care, Mr. Miller emphasized -
that toys should be
oriented the age and capabilities -
of the,child, not the I
fancy of the buyer the par

Miller pointed out that some
toys on the market can slash,
puncture, burn, choke, maim
and even kill. A cuddly teddy
bear may have eye prongs that 4 v
when removed convert into ) .,
bayonets; cap
pistols have exploded blinding

kindergarten cowboys, and 9IT
small darts have had to be removed '
from youngsters'lungs
when Inhaled rather than blown
through a blow-gun device.
"It's no feat for a baby to
eventually pull a part off a toy
and put It in his mouth," said I
the local Red Cross safetydi-
rector. "Chances are if he
swallows it, it will pass harm
lessly into his digestive tract, i
but it could lodge In ffis wind-

pipe or lungs, causing injury
or death by asphyxiasion. So,,
choose a toy with features \
painted with non-toxic paintor .
with decorations crimpedon
by machine.These are fastened : "
so tightly they are near-
ly impossible to tear off.Also : '

PetPerfect "Take it from me. A Kodak gift

For ChristmasChristmas

is the time for gives happily ever after. :

boys and girls to receive the ". ,,
gifts they want most. Their .
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try to choose something I
that will please them and at ,
the same time something that
will last and bring them plea-
sure long after the excitementof ,
the holidays has passed. ; 0. S

Have you ever stopped to- 'sit,
consider what a perfect gift a <
healty pet can be?Particularly -
a squirming puppy, or a 1 +,+ I
cuddly playful kitten, with soft
fur, bright eyes, an inquistive
nose, and a tail in perpetual
motion! To say nothing of an
endless capacity for devotion,
a loyalty that will grow with
the child and the animal into

the far reaches of adulthoodfor "When you give someone a Kodak Instamatic ,

as long as the pet lives. camera,you know they'll enjoy it year after year CCU

Anyone who has experienced after year. They just drop in the film and take

ownership,of a beloved pet for good,sharp, color or black-and-white snapshots .', '. .;'.". "
color slides.Just like that. There's nothing : :
all of the pets life can assure or T. \, ts1
for them to set forget ,'., ,
you there is nothing like it. or ,". \
Even if you had a dozen pets, "The Kodak Instamatic 124 camera comes I ,,' "Anybody'd be very, very happy with this
each one is unique. automatic wonder. It has electric that
in a ready-to-shoot color outfit including flashcube, an eye
wrist strap,batteries, and Kodak film for color automatically sets the lens and a spring motor that
Of course the pleasure of snapshots for less than $22.The camera alone winds the film, so they're always ready for the
receiving a pet is not one-
next shot. Plus automatic flashcube rotation
sided. The is less than $19. And there are other Kodak
pet's devotion to
and special setting for close-ups.The complete
its new owner is totally assured Instamatic cameras from less than $10.
Kodak Instamatic 414 outfit is less than $52.
provided it receives reasonable
treatment.The child's
devotion to his pet will foster
the development of dozens of
good character traits in the "iy <. r/-i "Anybody can take movies as easily as
child love and devotion, snapshots with these new, palm-size, slim, super 8
sharing and responsibility, ; ,' movie cameras. Just drop in a film cartridge and
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12, 1969 13 \

Cookin' The Professional Wheelers Inc.I 1:,

.N. Beauty

So that you the public may ed as vehicle operators, and
with--- become acquainted with its dedicated to community ser- .F .a

officers and membership. We vice through direct action. Talk
'BUTTER1iI. the Professional Wheelers Chartered by the State of ," ((

Inc. are publishing a seriesof Florida, we welcome participation (
articles and in ; By BARBARA J. HIGGS (
photographs from other community "
this ,\ '
publication. organzations and general I'V.
__ __ __ 1 t"
u. in all of
public support our
PrideIt 4D under takings and enterprises. This column Is especially Mrs. Garland ,:;that i

Pictured is the organization interested in those cosme- there is an urgent need for :

see ms wejurned our column In too late week before last and chairman, Mr. Frederick L. tologists who are contributing cosmetologists of the Miami, 4
didn't make what we call the deadline. As they say in the Ma- Martin Sr. outstandingly to the profes- Goulds, Opa-locka areas to f
rines "I didn't get the word." A veteran of 15 years postal sion and the community. Mrs. start working together in tha

However, I guess it was for the best because I was telling service, three years armed Betty Garland,a 1958 graduateof profession. She is suggestingthat
about how sad it was that in a big town like this we couldn't get services, a former memberof the Sunlight Beauty Schoolis all the local units and

fifty people to give food for the underprivilged in our community the Northwest Miami Jun- such a person. other interested cosmetolo

But it's every year people like Mrs. Range come ior Chamber of Commerce, Those of us who know her gists get together to set up &
through and make it possible for manytohave a nice Thanks- former president of the Motor know that she gives of herself minimum price list for the

giving. And, of course,thanks to Mr. Charles Hadley and his Vehicles Employees Union and without seeking recognition. beauty salons. Her Interestis
staff. tln currently secretary treasurer However, cosmetologists in not to fix prices, but to seta
This past week in Palm Beach some 50,000 young people eS of the same.A this area want her to know reasonable minimum chargo
Jammed a race track to see what is now known as "under- pioneer MiamJan! he heads that they see her good work and for certain services. Other
ground"groups.. A few were "The Jefferson Airplane"The La the organization with know- admire her for it. cosmetologists have expressed

Rolling Stones," "The Canned Heat" and many others. ledge, experience and an Intelligent -- similar interests. There

They slept on the ground, lathe mud, in sleeping bags, in pup FRED MARTIN outlook on civic af fore, a meeting is scheduledfor
tents and paid up to$20.00 each for three days of what they This organization is com- fairs. We ar proud to have r T Monday, Dec. 21 at 8 p.m,
call Rock and Roll music.Now it's their money and people can posed of working men employ- him at the top at the Sunlight Beauty School.

do what they want with their money. But for the life of me I Local cosmetologists are
i can't understand how anybody in their right mind could sleep Support "The Shack"area. asked to rplan to attend and to

, on the ground and eat hot dogs and cheese sandwiches to see bring written suggestions

and hear somebody try to sing like Blackpeople with Blackpeoples' "The Shack" Is located in Mrs. A lice Jenkins and Miss

songs and almost word for word. the heart of Liberty City at the Recently, efforts have begun Berneva Allen wish to inform
And listen to this,I was told that the Rolling Stones received
corner of NW 67th St.and 15th in the community to reclaim friends and that
r for one night on the stage 100,000 dollars Can you Image one patrons they
Avenue It originally was the the theatre before it is have opened their own salon
hundred thousand for one nights work.Singing the songs of people Liberty Theatre; but now it is condemned and torn down by Charm Petite at9356NW17thAve. ,
that don't make that much money in a lifetime. vacant and ,
simply a decayed. the city. The effort is being The phone number is 691-
For example B.B. King has been singing the Blues for some old building. It remains unus- led and coordinated by the Lib- 9372.
20 odd years and this year he might make 100,000 dollars per ed and silent even though there'is erty City EOPL It includes

year. a great need in the commun- many of your neighbors and TEA ANDFASHION
One thing about the hippies or whatever you call them they ity for a cultural arts center, many community leaders.The SHOWThe
are loyal. They stick together right or wrong they stick to- a structure which could be the need is quite apparent; the I
gether. They really support their artists. center for black arts in the shack must be saved or another BETTY GARLANDMrs. Lady of Leisure Club

We seem to take offense when talking about the Blues or list- ,' promising opportunity Garland is presently invites you to a Tea and Fash-

ening to the blues. I remember so many times when I was a EAL Stewardess will literally be destroyed. working at Cherries Beauty- ion Show, at 4150 NW 7th Ave.

Disc Jockey and played the Blues so many of my friends and "The Shack" needs rama in Richmond Heights. from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday,
people would call me on the phone and say "Why don't you stop your Dec. 14. Models frog Lanel
support. It is important that She takes time out from her
playing that mess?" I would always try to explain that I was Bryant, hairstyles from Cole-
promising young artists and busy shcedule to attend work-
not Just playing-the Blues but I was try ingto deliver a messageto man Fashionette. Door prize,
actors have a place to display shops, regionals, and national
my people. A message that would make them proud of their a wig and a dress. Donation
their' skills. It will be a black conventions. She Is a mem-
Black of their and of their forefathers I 100.
heritage, Proud Background, -
theater; in the black commun- ber of the Helping Hand Aux-
A to make them that had sufferedso
proud they
ity; for the black people. iliary, a group of cosmetolo-
much in this land and achieved such great heights in Just which to I
"The Shack" needs money gists, goes Kendall
one hundred years after being slaves for three hundred years. to twice
save it from demolition You a month to offer beauty DRAPERIES
Have noticed that everything we develop some
you b can save it, you and your services to the young people.
body tries to take it away from us? Our slang, our way of neighbors. Contributions can This same group visits the Taken Down

greeting called "Spank the Plank" Wherein you in greeting a be sent to:' Liberty City Com- Lincoln Memorial Convales- DryCleanedBeautifully i

friend' would extend your hand and the other person would hit,, munity Theatre Group Inc., cent home once a month 'and Folded
your palm with his hand and it was called skin. c/o Liberty City Neighborhood sponsors a party there for the and Rehung \
If you watch TV and the Sports on the week-ends and 1900 She is for I
Center NW 75th Street.In elderly. a helper the The Original
especially the pro football games you will not only see the the meantime why not teenage black club of Rich-
white players give each other skin but double skin spankingboth bring your youngsters and stop mond Heights which is organized LUSTRA-TONE DRY

hands. by "The Shack" on Wednes- to send Christmas CLEANING SERVICE
At one time we were supposed to be the only ones eating pig Craine I day nights at 7:00 for the free cards to service men in Vietnam 642-4684
feet and collard greens.Now not only do they eat them but they Miss Pansy M. moviesl! .
put them up in Jars and cans and greens can be bought frozen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Sager of 1823 Bates Avenue
Gospel music at one time was ours alone.Hand clapping, foot ,
Eustis has from
stomping was considered our way of emotional release and ex- graduated --'-' ';ch
Eastern Airlines' flight attendant -
pression. Now a Mr.Billy Graham is holding a revival on tele- FULL SIZE
vision for three nights and will make millions singing and training center in Miami ,, .
and has started her career as'
preaching Just like our fore fathers did years ago. r'
a stewardess. COLORPORTABLES
And to top it off would you believe that a lot of the young hippies Miss Craine is a graduateof
are wearing their hair kinky? Bates Avenue High School r, '

This all goes to prove that we are the leaders. There is no and is,an'alumna of Clark'

doubt about that. If only we could turn that leadership into dol- College 1 ,lA
After completing stew- m
lars and cents.Freelance.
ardess training, Miss Craine ''' '
reported to Atlanta where she $22888
will be based. She, will fly to ;/
I At Junior College Compare at,$289.00 mOl '
Writing many of the 96 airports Eastern -,

serves in 28 states, the

A course designed especially enrollment. District of Columbia, Canada,
for persons interested in Classes will meet on Mon- Mexico, Puerto Rico, Bermuda -
freelancing non-fiction maga- days from 7:45 p.m. to 10:25 the Bahamas and the Vir- BLACK & WHITE $ ,

zine articles will be taught this p.m., beginning Jan. 10. Final gin'Islands.I .
winter at Miami-Dade Junior registration for winter term

College, south campus. classes is slated Jan. 6 on PORTABLES
Under the title of Journalism south campus.

202, writing for the mass The course has no prerequisites -
media, this threecreditcourse other than the require-
will be taught by Wil- ment that the student must flFACTORY CLOSEOUT NEVER AT THIS LOW PRICEPHILCO

liam Hartley: well-known MI- have been admitted by the col- II SI61
ami freelance writer. lege prior to registering for _

Hartley, who has taught this the course.Interested persons
course in the past at Miami- should apply to the admissions SOLID

Dade, claims that 62 percent of office of south campus as soon SEWING MACHINE
his students have had articles as possible in order to com- REPAIR SPECIAL

published by national maga- plete prt-registration proce-

zines during the period of their dures. I

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, December 12, 1969 15

I Former Globetrotter To Run For South Miami Cit, CouncilLeroy :

"Spike" Gibson-atone Council in the upcoming Feb. date to don't to be in the
represent a racial expect a one secrecy goings on
time one of the world famous I
ruary elections. group. rd like to be a Councilman candidate,"Gibson said. around sty Hall."
Harletn Globetrotters Gibson, 32, Is believed
to be to serve every citizen tt er recreational facili
basketball stars and until this the first member of his race of South Miami_and parti- is, of course, one of my "I think South Miami needs
past week a South Miami policeman ever to seek seat on the South cularly to get our city moving objects In seeking pub- new leadershfpand rd like j
announced today Miami Council. in areas where there have been but tam also aware to be part of the team of new
that he would be a candidate "But, let me make it clear, mistakes.primarily in recreational problems South Mi leaders making South Miami \
for a seat...L ciIi on. .the South Miami lam not running as a candi- facilities for our particularly where it an even better place to i
youngsters" unfair taxation and live."
SHERMAN WINN YOUR Gibson, of 6431 SW 58th Pl., ". "
is married and has two child r $
O. ren.His wife, Betty,is libra i
rian, and was the first chair- County."I
man of the city's Community
;, I SHERMAN WINN, V. P.and general mana- Relations Advisory Board.
:\ ger, your fellow-Dade Countlan welcomes Gibson, a 6 ft., 5 in. Florida -
i'" .:1'i you COIl to the BALMORAL for that special oe- 'native, gained national
on. Let our
catering deportment
prominence at Florida A&M
It memorable>> for you and
,i your guests
UN 6.7792 University while attending on
a physical education scholar Il
MORAL ship. During college he was
selected to the "Little All
OnthtOcein' BAL HARBOUR America" basketball squad,
SHERMAN WINN it 98th Street MIAMI BEACH played professional, ball 'for
the Chicago Majors, and then 5



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j f -: .:::: : ::->> Panel Discusses Model City Health Services \ I
, On S ed that the next meeting of the a week earlier on Dec. 17 a't
rlSS ) ,- 0 The Model City Health Task ed Model City Francisannounc-program. Health Task Force will be held the Model City office I

.. Force of which DanielR. ,Chairman .. II' ,6 ...-.....
. Francis is the chairman and
\ 'i' Raymon Thornton, health
Ya fey rr r S planner, presented a panel of c
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viders who will offer servicesto ;
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night in the conferenceroom

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More than 50 representativesof ""
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purpose $ tF{ \. :
which was approved by Gor-, .,y,.", 'r'

don Johnson, Model City program ,; '
\ j a director, was to make k ,
1 a available to the residentsof .
'. th area, first-hand infor- .
..46 servicesand c fl
iI mation about health
to give them the opportunity -
to ask which they WPI1
questions, i: .!
BILL WYNN HERB LEVINE- did. _# \ .. :i.I i.- !

The accompanying pictures
MEN'S PET PEEVES ABOUT WOMENIn showing some of those seated

order to be attractive women must know what attractsmen around the circular confer- s>
and what 'turns them off' The male population was polledto ence table, many of whom were
dislike most about members of the panel,give a
give women beauty tips. (Things they
vivid p 1 c t ur e-story of what
Ladies, I don't know about you but I plan to 'switch' not took place at the meeting.The
:', 'fight.. results were gratifying,prov-
:. Bill Wynn, director of agencies United Fund-Uncontrolled ed quite beneficial and indi-
and unthoughtful chatter. cated that such a panel was
Melvin Knowles, teacher- I don't like to see women wear just what was needed by the i
make-up if they don't need it; let the natural beauty show; and residents.In Y
many-legs don't match with the mini-skirts.
A. Randall Tiggett, director for evaluation and research addition to those already
Model Cities Womenare too aggressive,too talkative, and mentioned as being present
were the following panelists:
never want to listen.
T. Terry, teacher Women who feel that physical attri- Christian Hospital W. C.
butes are all that's needed to corral a successful man.. Women Cogdell, Col. C. C. Clark andL.
whose hosiery ends where the hem line begins. Demeris; Health Planning, cIds ;
William Rolle, teacher Women who are never on time. Council -S. McCue,H.Tennis, j-a- :
Henry Young, teacher Women who think they are "too D. Shelton, W. McCue and R. .4
much." Burton; J. E. Scott Comm.

Shannon White, MDJC-n student- Girls who are too inde- Assn. Mrs. A. Love and A.
pendent; some black women don't need to wear the Afro; and Hardwick; Urban League
some girls don't have figures nor personalities for the mini. Family planning Mrs. D. < Y...
More of the black women should take a deeper interest in Robinson, Mrs. E. Wright,also y
charm courses because of a lack of finesse. HTF Secy., and Mrs. M.
Mark Lewin FAU Dade center student- Fickle women. Snyder ; Commissioner E.; ,.
Willie Wright, assistant to principal-Too much make-up, Carroll and J. Mayor his aide;
too concerned with the small details of life, over talkative, and TB Assn. Mrs. L. Simmon: ., : ? .: m
poor conversationalists. Dade's Health Dept. -' L.

James C. Jackson, director of admissions FAU Dade center Mathis, 0. Blake, Mrs. M.
I sometimes detect a bit of overaggressiveness by 'sweet Wallace, Dr. B. Vaughn, and
young things' who apparently feel they must play a role con- Mrs. L. Phillips; Red Cross-
sistent with their new freedom. Mrs. M. H 0 te 11 n g ; Jackson
John Henry McArthurEveryone is doing her"own thing" Memorial Hosp. Adm. S,
They are striving to be different. Who sets the standards for Mitchell; Family Health Cen-
,i society anyway? ter R. Collins,Dr T.James,
Jean Courtier, hairstylist I don't see anything wrong Dr. G. Simpson; Greater
with them. I love all women. Miami Urban League Mrs.
Michael Lewin, owner-man's world- Most want a double M. Snyder;, Pub. Health Dept.
standard of morality; yet, they want equality. G. NIback; Mental Health "
aH s
Lenwood Cooper, Jr., minister Runs in hose(Stockings). Council P. Shaubaker; Vets.
Jeff Williams, bus driver The 'way-out' fashions that Hosp Dr. A. Tomasulo;
are too short for what they have to show. Some use filthy lang- Pub. Health Nurse, Mrs. M. I
uage are loud; improperly dressed, talk too much, and wear Pearson; Visiting Nurse Assn.
the wrong color coordination of hair or wigs. They are destroying Mrs. V. Adair; Universal .a t ay II
themselves with dirty under garments showing, and Realty S. Wright; Chamberof I
'by eating on buses. CommerceS.Rogers; "
David C. Woodworth, teacher- Girls who are always late Youth Opportunity ProgramR. -
or too dressy for casual occasions. Raiford; Mrs. M. Walker,
Ted Cohen, public relations Fashion Industry-Women program analyst.
who are not physical appealing enough to wear the clothing Among other Health Task
designed for the young girl with a proportioned figure.
Roger 'Rocky' Kuznik, auto body shop mgr.- Women who Force members present were:
are too independent which makes it hard on us men. Dr. W. Chapman, G. Wright,

Ray Thornton, director Model Cities health planning E. Frazier, Mrs C. Meeks,
Women who chew gum in public, one who wears wigs and too
much make-up;- Dr. J. W. Bridges and J. Mun-

Earl Carroll, insurance agent -Women who wear pants ford. A. D. Moore, local insurance -
The mini look is fine, but they should get back to dresses that executive,represent-
look like women. The fads are good economically for mer- ........... .__. _..... -
chants, but they detract from the beauty of the woman. Johnny Jones, PhD. district! director Women who don't
William Oliver, porter-airport It's not too much that I know how to sit properly especially with the mini-look; whose
don't like though. Women with sloppy appearance or who gos- slips are showing; who smoke in the street, or who wear too MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
sip. By the way I am for the no-bra and the mini if the woman much make-up. Women should get professional help. I don't MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
keeps up herself. like falseness I prefer the more natural look INVITE
Rufus Berger, chef cook-railroad-Slender women; I like Thirlee ',Smith, doctoral student UM-Women Wit witelt YOUR PATRONAGE AND APPRECIATE
them full and firm. finger nails and ladies who are unable tohold intelligent con- DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU THEY

Archie Lankford.1 don't go for the mini-skirts because versations.Neal ARE COURTEOUS AND DEPENDABLE.
most women don't wear them right or,those who 'know it all,' Adams, businessman and civic leader. I hate to see I I PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMIJWuWLr
the black woman should learn more about social usage. women associate with the men who brutalize them and leave
Dave Bondu, community relations-There aren't enough of them with scars that take from their natural beauty. Women
them. should be more selective and should not be loud or use profan-
China Valles,radio announcer-Women who wear the wrong ity in public..
or excessive make-up, too loud or clashing colors for their James A. Long, grocer- Women who drink too much, who THE JONES BEAUTY WORLD SALON
complexions, and those who don't carry themselves like ladiesat do not dress properly, and who use profanity especially in the (formerly of 2686 NW 62 Sf.) .*wrwf.f*
all times.NathanJel. presence of men. 2979 NH62-J STREET
Phillips, teacher-Unresponsive women.Women Frank Johnson, FMC student-Women who wear the noi i SEE US r .y 4
walking down the street smoking a cigarette, ladies who con- bra look and who are out of proportion or sloppy are definitely j SEE USi For your:color.

gregate In loud conversations, who are fat women wearing distracting. Inq. cutting lop.rlng,
mini-skirts, and who chew gum ID public. The no-bra look, I BLACK MODEL ON THE GO-Marie Cox,Florida Casting and scalp trtolmonti., "
go for it. Agency. Also SPECIALIZING '' "
education in high school
Kip Knight, post-doctoral student UMWomen to pretendto courses, vocational trades, and higher education available ; STYLING AND THE SALE OF WIGS '
be something they aren't. I admire the taste in dress of the In many schools and colleges in and around Dade County, ft is Doris (Operator Wanted)
Miami woman who wear styles appropriate to their figure up to you to improve your educational standards.Give it a try Jono Call, Mattl. JOn. "Operators
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12, 1969 17

I JOYCe Travis Is Crowned Miss CEP I

The first Coronation for Nathaniel Perkins.First run- F. Douglass McCoy Evelyn Shopping Center, Michaelson pany Phi Deota Theta Fraternity -
Miss CEP 1969-70 was held ner-up is Paulette McCoy and Cooper, McNervy Dickey, Dee Trophies, Perry's Florist, at Miami University and I
Wednesday, December 3,1969at second runnerup'is Geneva West, Meryle"Davis, Dave Growers Ford Tractor Com- hair stylist Mrs Ella Moncur.
7:30: p.m. in Northwestern Williams Joyce Travis is Bondu, and Paul Wyche, Jr. L
Senior High School Auditorium. married and the mother of two The Concentrated Employ-
Joyce Travis was crown- children, Paulette McCoy and ment Program(CEP) Is a unit "
ed Miss CEP 1969-70 by Geneva Williams are single of the Economic Opportunity 4 DAY SPECIAL"Fri
CEP's Deputy Director Mr. and residg with their parents Program Inc. (EOPI).
4 Again a very special thanks Sat, Mon, Tues.
goes to the stores for their donations -
Rev. F.E. Sneed Dies to Miss CEP and attendants BRAND NEW -

I 1969-70. Burdine's,
From Auto Hartley's Stores, Jordan 1969 AUTOMATICZIGZAG
AccidentContinued Marsh, Lerner's, Northside

from 1
lighthouse to all who gaze
in 1932 at Mt. Pleasant AME thereon.He Come ** "
Church in Monticello wherehe pastored the following JlJ
was born. There he was an churches: Sunbeam, South JOYCE TRAVIS *with
outstanding member until Jacksonville, East Palatka, CEP's staff members pre-
leaving for Edward Waters Henry Gordon Chapel, Jack- sented the program, Paul us..asastewardess. i., -L,. NOW ONLY
College in Jacksonville.Whilein sonville, Green Cove Springs, Wyche Jr., EOPFs Public Affairs t' I
Jacksonville he Joined New Bethel, Deland; St. Paul, Director, gave a chal- 195 .
Bethel AME Church where he Ocala; St. Paul, Ft. Pierce; lenge to the finalists.Lee Bai- Think of the interesting people you'll
served as assistant pastor.He St. Paul, Coconut Grove; St. ley a student Mia mi Jackson meet the fascinating places you'll EAST
vas ordained Elder under the Stephens, Jacksonville Senior High School played the visit as a stewardess aboard thefreeworld's TERMS!
line! You'llreceive
largest air
late Bishop Henry Young Bethel, St. Petersburg; St. organ for the affair. The very free training at United's
Tookes in 1941 at Grants Me- Paul, Miami; Mt. Hermon,Ft. charming EOPI Executive Di- beautiful Stewardess School. You'll
morial AME Church in Jack- Lauderdale; St. James, Mi- rector, Mrs. Marie S. Carl earn up to $500,00 a month from the
day you start. And you'll be entitled
sonville. gave they closing remarks.The .
ami; Allen Temple, Lake to free travel passes to any city United -
Wales where death came. coronation was followed serves, plus discounts up to 75% on "
Rev. Sneed came from the by reception given by the international flights. If you meet the 'Buttonholes! [ "REPAIR SPECIAL"Monogramming
mission fields to the Metro- He also served as presid- cep staff to Miss CEP and following qualifications,don't miss this puu II
ing elder of the St.Petersburgand her attendants at the Gulf- fabulous career opportunity! Satin Stitch / I4JnI Tsusias $5O I
politan churches of this state West Palm Beach dis- Age 19& to apply .MtncIing Clltok tiririiigs
having pastored some of the stream room at Baytront Park single, or divorced with no childrenIn Doming Mjsiajhlt r..1 mil.
leading churches. tricts. Auditorium, courtesy of the good health .Bode Tacking .... tllaokfus ; lilT
Rev. Sneed leaves to mourn City of Miami. between 5'2"and 5'9" with .Se.1 on Buttons hnN.t i Lsfwieats Must
In the general conferencehe his passing lovlnganddevot Thank you for working so proportional weightInt.rvl.ws will beheld at .Blind Hemming Come In or call for
was very outstanding wherehe ed wife, a father and 'mother. hard goes to Eugenia Thomas, The Flrlt Not" Bank Bldg.' .Sews Straight"..Stitching.. Pins ._________in.your. .N home+N _
served on the episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Berry Sneed; a Suite 1100
committee for two consecu- devoted and loving motherinlaw 100 the Blicayne BoulevardOn COME IN OR CALL FOR
tive terms. Mrs. Minnie Davis five following Saturday:
brothers and sisters-in-law; WATCH'FOR JAN. 10 December 13. 20 FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION

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An optometric clinic for the ard High! School, he receivedhis search, teaching and clinical
County's needy patients, from bachelor's degree from institution, he was assistant
school children to senior citizens the University of Florida and director of a year, and on the
will open In January on Ibis O. D. degree from the children's vision staff for two
the North Campus of Miarat- Southern College of optometryin years. While in New York, he
Dade Junior College. Memphis. Dr. Wesson also served as consultant to medical
NI The clinic will be operatedin has done post graduate work groups and private practitioners
conjunction with the col at Yeshiva University in New on vision defects in
lege's Optometric Technician York and Fairleigh Dickinson children.He .
program, a two-year curriculum University in Teaneck, N. J. and his wife and their
leading to anassoclate in At the Optometric Center in little daughter live at 7750SW
science degree. New York, a non-profit re 90th St.
!, tt will be staffed by professional -
members of the South
Florida, Optometric Association ,
who will volunteer'their r i
time, with students in the optometric -
program serving as "

aides. E fie
General examinations, visual -
training and developmental
vision will be among the ser- IS CS
vices given to patients, referrals
I ti from local agencies."It by Joe Black -

will be on a limited I
schedule at first,but later on a I:
full-time basis," says Dr. When you're looking for excuses to be
William Weber,director of the angry, to commit acts of violence, to hate and
Division of Allied.Health Studies rebel, they're easy to find. As a child, I remem-

ber my mother leaving our house early in the
Already 50 optometristshave morning to work at washing clothes and scrub-
4 4i volunteered their time. bing floors. I remember my father acceptingany
Building 500, one of the
military structures remaining job he could get to help keep our family
from the old Naval Air in clothes, food and shelter. I remember wel-
Base which Is now north cam fare checks when there were no jobs. But I also
pus, has been converted to remember something else. Through all those
provide temporary quartersfor of physical nothingness I lost
the clinic. years never re-
spect for my parents. I never referred to themas
Plans for the clinic were an-
my "old lady" or my "old man.
i nounced to representatives;

i canner at Optometric meeting Monday Association's at the ,,I knew they were trying. And I felt that

i north campus,and guests tour through it all, they retained a pride and dignity
ed the clinic facilities that no social structure could destroy. It was

-iy Dr. Michael Wesson has my parents who taught me how to be black and
Joined the M-DJC north staffto proud. It was my parents who constantly re-
supervise the clinic and the
minded me : "You are no better than anyone
optometric one of
only two on program a Junior college else-and no one else is better than you 1,"
in the nation.
campus the world is full of who
A graduate of South Brow-: Today, cynics sneer
LH7. R ... at this kind of feeling and sentiment. Being

Mail Those ''Christmas black, I have as much reason as anyone to join
\ them. Being realistic, with standards of my

qZk CardsToday! own-I won't I Nobody has proved to me that

violence, disrespect, and downgrading decency
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap have done anything to help I the social status and
urges the residents of the dignity of black people.But .
Greater Miami area to get
their holiday greetings into the don't read me wrong! I am an advocateof
mall today In order to insure Black Power. Black Power through education
prompt delivery. Mail now and
avoid the weekend rush. and reform... not revolt. To me, Black
I a Power with black and black
Mr. Dunlap is making this must start pride
appeal for the residents of the dignity. Without these' two ingredients. ..

Greater Miami area to separate you've! got blackohin.. ; No bull. Just factiJtge'8fack!
their mail into Dade
County, using local labels,and
H out-of-town bundles. Use zip
code and mall now.
,t,{ Vice PresidentThe
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time for Christmas.

I Delta Kappa Welcomes Its Newest Florida Chapter Sunday .

The National Sorority of Phi ter was directed bySoror lena ta Chapter. ALL
Delta Kappa on Nov. 21 set upa Dukes who served as contact After initiation the Sororsof dmlr l I EMERSON
new chapter, Gamma Oml- person between the national Gamma Omicron with their
cronin, the South end of Dade office and the local pledgees. husbands, visiting sorors,and J
County, with the Southeastern Assisting Soror Dukes were guests enjoyed a banquet given f r
Director Lelia,Butler, presid- Sorors Mary McCrayJohnnie in honor of the Sorors on Gamma
Patten, and Marjorie Rhodes Omicron Chapter at'the YEAR
ing.The newly ,organized chap _all of the Miami Alpha Del Coral Gables Holiday Inn. WARRANTY j /H.INF.ILSIV

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((1)) Sorors of Gamma Omicron Chapter NO EXTRA COtT
Delta Kappa, reading left, to right: (seated) Sorors Lillie C. Henry, MazieR. "I i r.rw
Edge, Charlie M. Culpepper, Althea Cohen Willie M. Robinson. Standing : '
Sorors Mary Wright, Vuelah Johnson, Beatrice Cox, Carrie Hill, Henrietta -

Jones, Pauline Wright, Vema Youngblood, Evelyn Bethel, Mary McCray, co-

contact soror Absent: Soror Rosetta Shaw. NO GIMMICK TRUE DISCOUNT PRICESBIG
(2)) PRE-BANQUET SCENE: Sorors: Mary Wright, Veulah Johnson ,

Vema Youngblood, Althea Cohen, Beatrice Cox, Carrie Hill, Mazie Edge, SCREEN COLOR '88 CONSOLE STEREO 95
lona Dukes contact soror; Henrietta Jones, 238' 169
director ,
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Sorors Wilhelmena Rhetta and Johnnie Patten (both of Alpha Delta Chapter), Buy Where Your Business Is Appreciated
Mr. Edward McCray, Sorors Mary McCray, lona Dukes, of Alpha Delta Chap
ter, Soror Lelia Butler, southeastern regional director; Mr. Waymon Evans, I CLOTHES RACK & APPLIANCE
Soror Mazie Edge of Gamma Omicron Chapter, Sorors Ellen I Heidt, Annie"M.
14122 N.W. 27th Ave.
Harris of Alpha Delta. 685-1213
((5)) A MOMENT'OF FUN: Soror Johnnie Patten, the toastmistress, OPEN MON FRI. 9:30 A.M. TO 6:39: P.M. SAT. 9:08: TO I 1:08 P.M.

strikes one of the many moments of merriment.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12, 1969 21

I. Willie Sims Asks Federal Court... Fnr. Rnnrl.. Local I .. _R.CC__ .Alumni.._n.... Tn. woo Meet__ j
-- - - The monthly meeting of the ber to be to discussthe in
A former militant youth was present during the month of Feb.
leader, who was: sentenced to his sentenced Aug. 21,lost all court decisions on bond. Miami Dade Chapter of Be- Feb. 21 Testimonial Ban- Miami, the Psychedelic ball
14 years for assault with intent courts.appeals The for bail inthestate Sims, who was cochairmanof thune Cooktnan College quet honoring Dr. Richard V. during the Labor Day weekend,
Supreme the Black
to commit rape In Brow Court Brothers for Pro- .Alumni Association will be Moore at the Grandball room and the Second Annual Central
ard County has asked the federal turned him down Nov C. gress, had been accused of held at the home of Miss Gail of Hotel Fontainebleau, spon- Florida Classic on Oct. 31,
court in Miami to grant His attorney, Calvin Mapp, raping locka a 17-year-old Opa- Harris, #330, 1340 NW 95th St. sored by the National Alumni 1970, at which time the Wild-
girl. However, a Brow-
him bond pending an appeal of said In a federal petition that Lakeshore Apartments, Association. cats of Bethune-Cookman
I1h cuuvistian. S I m s' constitutional rights ard Circuit Court Jury returned Thursday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m lege will meet South Carolina
Willie Sims Jr., 18, who were violated by the state charge a verdict on the lesser Alphonso Dates, the chapter Other items that are perti- State College in Orlando's

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I! ."' 22 THE MIAMI TIMES- Friday, December 12 1969 II

CARD OF THANKSThe House Of Albert YOUNG'SHenry

family of the late, Services for MalakiahJack.son J. Mitchell of 2070

f of 2647 NW 65th St., who Rutland St., Opa-locka

\ died Dec. 3, were held Monday Dec. 7. He is survived by his

_. from St. Luke M. B. C. wife Helen; mother Mrs.
-- -
Survivors include wife Lola; Druemore Mitchell; one bro-
two sons Hezekiah and John; ther Willie;three sisters Mrs.

>v In memory of "- The family. of the late, -, and daughter Willie M. Williams Katie Harper, Rosa Williams
__ family of the late and Francis Dixon; father-

. .-j'" ,\ GEORGE FERGUSON, in-law Ulyess Giles; two bro-

.' 1423 NW 69th Street i' h Y MRS. ELLA MAE PRESTON thers-in-law and three sis-

). ,. who departed this life November of 2145 NW 74th St., died ters-in-law. Services will be

. i''At 2, 1969, wish to express Dec. 3 at Jackson Hospital. held Saturday at Mt.ZionAME

t ;,: sincere thanks to all the neighbors Survivors include husband Church, in Opa-locka, 1 p.m.

'\ on 68th Terrape, 69th St. Bennie; seven daughters Derlio -

> 'i"I 69th Ter., Rev. Savoy, Rev. Doyle, Patricia,Calarine, Epolia Murphy of 29100 SW

Griffin for the kindness and Quistine, Noger Dushone and 137th Ave., Homestead, died

. the comfort we needed for that Carmen ; three sons Bennie, Nov. 30. Arrangements are

difficult time. We also thank CALVIN ADDERLY, Jr., Phillip, Ellis; three sis incomplete.

;, i11 the many friends for food, tk. f who departed this life Novem- ters Julia Gamble, Merio Oli-
I \\/ flowers, telegrams and cards. ,> ;: j; i'\r: "t .{\Ij ber 17, 1969 wish to express ver, Mary Preston. Services ..' "r-.1>"II: _"I" "
Thanks to all the employeesof held
NORMA JEAN STIRRUP their appreciation for the were Saturday.
', ,
, I' Toby's Cafeteria for flowers
'"I ,--- would like to extend their many kindness shown in their! JAMES JACKSON of 150m
., thanks to the pallbearersand
,* MRS. BERNICE VERNELL ,Rahmings Funeral Home thanks to all friends who gave hour of bereavement. 18th St., died Dec. 4. Survi-
their condolences There are no words avail
> SUTTON, and staff. inthewayofcards vors Include wife Evelyn; son

1 who departed this lifeDecem- donations and personal able to express our sincere Leonard and daughter Gloria.

? appearances. We would like to thanks to our friends and relative Services were held Saturday.
ber 14,1967.j Mrs. Althea Ferguson and
thank s for'the kindness shown .
personally Mrs. Brenda Y
I j Today recalls the memories ot FamilyIN Graveside services for
through the long illness as
McClellan for beautiful
Y A loved one gone to rest PAMALA CANNADY, daughter .
well the death of our loved
solo that she at the fun- ,
v And those who mourn for her, of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie L.

I today MEMORIAMIn eral. one.To our friends and Cannady, of 190 NW 16th,SI.

, ,:'.' Are those who loved her best. IN MEMORIAMIn many were held Tuesday at Evergreen
memory of neighbors we want you to accept 4
The blow was hard, the shock Memorial Cemetery.
loving memory of my our heartfelt thanks for

severe husband, ,_ _, all the visits, letters, telephone MRS. CLARA LITTLE of
We little knew her death so : calls, cards,telegrams, 1500 NW 7th Ct. #3, died Dec.

near 'sal 'h and especially for the beau- 4, at Jackson Hospital. She k --
And only those who have lost r survived Ella The late Mr.Theodore Ran-
tiful floral pieces.We by daughters
can tell dolph Brown died Dec. 2, at
Bell Gubbs and Rol-
wish to thank also Margaret
The of without 3034 Penn Ave.
pain parting Pittsburgh,
1 for' the food that was sent in lins. Services were held Wed

farewell. from St. John Baptist Pennsylvania. __
and for other kind expressions; nesday
Randolph, lived in Miami
of We Church.
sympathy. especially
Mrs. Lillian Thomas during his early childhood
thank the Mt. Olivette Cornet LEROY
PORTER of 2745!
mother and Family moved to Pittsburgh.He .
Band for their presentation! NW 59th St., died Dec. 7 at is survived by his mother -:
,,: at the funeral.We .
Jackson Hospital. He is sur- Mrs. Amelia Chlsholm
wish to express special vived by his wife four sons Pittsburgh, Pa.; aunts Mrs.

NOTE OF THANKS thanks to the Twilight Sewing John, Leroy, Bernard and Lizzie Williams 'and Mrs.

.. Circle, neighbors of 49th St.. Wallace two uncles and one<
.. Rosa Pearl Lester
"f t>" femllv nf tha la to ---"-- Opa-
JOSEPH CLARK SR. Usher Boards of St.
Mary'sChurch aunt. Services will be held Sat
'I L.B. SMITH locka, Mrs. Lula J. Gordon

who was called to rest, Dec. who departed this life Decem- and the Sunday School urday 1 p.m.from First Bap. and Mrs. Gertrude Donnelley,
We especially thank Rev,
9, 1968. ber 13.1968.Aloving list Church, Brownsville. Hemingway, S.C.and Mrs. Pe-
Harold V. Stuart for all his
smiling: face we lovedto RUDOLPH ADAMS of 15021 cola McCutcheon, WashingtonD.C.
prayers and for standing by sc
A precious one from us has see, and a Polk St., Richmond Heights, .; uncle Tommie Pressley,
faithfully until the end.
gone.A Voice we loved to hear is still We also thank the House of died Dec. 5. He is survived by Hemingway, S. C.

voice ,we love is missedA ed. his wife Margie; two sons
Albert and his staff. We will
vacancy in our hearts and A place is vacant in our home Rogery and Ronald; mother DEATH NOTICE
always remember and be "Y' .
Which be filled.
home. never can Mary and father Robert; four
grateful to our friends who
That never can be filled. You will never be forgotten, sisters Maxine, Odell, Lois
stood by us at the time when
Y though, on; earth you are no Jean, LaBarba; three brothers
friends are needed most.
Elizabeth Clark, wife more, but in memory you are Robert, Jr., Henry and Rich-

Adrian, Augusta,Josephine, with us as you always were be May God richly bless and ard. Services will be held
Juantla and Lisa Clark fore.Gone you. Thursday from Martin Memorial -

daughters but not forgotten. Mrs. Rowena Adderly,wife Church, 4 p.m. r'A

Leroy, Joseph, Jr., Theodore Ethel Mae Smith wife
Clark The Adderly, Flemming JOHN MILLER Of 5978 SW
Three brothers, and three IN MEMORIAMIn Families 66th St., died Dec. 7. Survivors

, sisters and a host of loving memory of our Include Mrs. Magnolia

< \ EVANGELiST DAVIDWILLIAMS. relatives and friendsIN dear mother daughter and Miller; two sisters Mattie

I sister, HorthsideKinch : Miller and Bulah Brantley;

\i' MEMORIAMIn brother Archie; parents Mr. .
I would like to express our and Mrs. John A. Miller.Services -, "'Joel Delano Stirrup
:; all of of the Lyons of 644 NW 11th ,
gratitude our many loving memories are incomplete. NW 32nd St., died suddenlyNov.
friends for all of the expres- late. 'W A kit St., died Thursday, Dec. 4th

\ { sions, kind deeds, flowers and at Jackson Hospital.He is sur- GARY EVANS of 5978 SW 66St. 30th in Memorial Hospital

cards given to us during our a vived by a wife Rosa Lee; one ., died Dec. 7. Survivors Tallahassee, Fla.

bereavement.We % son Kinch, n and other rela include brother Lordrick.Ar- An esteemed young man,

: y ? tives. Services will be held angemeats, are incomplete. who endeared himself to all
19. around him he first
could never say thank Saturday, 3 p.m. inthechapelRichardson displayed
you enough to each individual, zQ SGT, SHELBY WILSON, leadership and musical talent

)' therefore, it is with deepest : Battery c. 2nd Bn., 52nd Artillery in Junior high school. Lat

appreciation we say to all of : ; died Dec.6 in Ft.Stewart er he joined Booker T. Wash

lI'i : Ga. Services are incomplete ington High School's Tornado
thank and God
you you Ii
may 'J :..,v.. Services forRAYFIELD
.. Band where he served as
ever bless you. ,. : ..,'..,.;,'., REID of 16100 NW 17th Pi.,
.. m president during his senior
; ,; -LILLJ u.N E-i: : SONwho uua Dpa-locka, who died Dec. 4 JOHNNY ROBINSON of 1779 year. Joel was graduated in

I The family departed this life Decem- rill be held Tuesday in Mt NW 6th Ct. died Dec. 6. Sur- the class of 1966. He then enrolled
i Sinai Baptist Church. He is vivors Include Mrs. Sarah
I ber 13, 1961. in Florida A&M University
) survived by his wife Daisy Robinson. Incomplete
May she rest in peace. ;
/ pursuing a major in
IN MEMORIAMIn HENRY ,WILSON, Mrs. Della B. Carey and three sisters Pearl Wilburn music
until his untimely death.
who departed this life December FamilyIN Dele Murray and Annie Rol--
of our mother He was a senior a member of
memory 12 ins one brother Shepherd 930 NW 55th St., died Dec. 8. ,
\ 1950.
; ;
grandmother and sister, MEMORIAMIn Incomplete. the ROTC. and one ofthefam.edfast.steppfngFAMU
A precious one from us has one sister-in-law Payola and
Marching _
::y of
memory one brother-in-law Leandrew '
goneA MRS. FANNIE PEARL ioo's.Services.
: \f
voice we loved is stilled Young.
BROOMFIELD of 2481 56th will be held at 10
A in Services for MRS. MARIE
hearts and '
: vacancy our St., died Dec. 4. Survivors in- a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13 at St.
; ,:1 home. WILLIAMS of 223 NWlOthSt.,
elude Floyd, husband; five Agnes Episcopal Church. Joelis
Can never be filled. who died Dec. 5, were held
daughters Mary: Cason, Alma survived by a mother Mrs.
missed i Wednesday. She is survivedby
) : 41! Harris, Rosa McGell, Franine Johnnie Mae Stirrup, a father
her husband Herman
, Ola Mae Wilson, wife ; one and Sandra; five sons Grady, Willie Stirrup; a brother Rod-
aunt, Mrs. Beatrice Irving of
I. Betty Hill, daughter Larry, Sonja, John and Alex. ney, seven aunts, seven
/ Henry Lee Wilson, Harold : Pittsburgh, Pa. Services will be held Thursday uncles, a sister-in-law and
Services for
Wilson, Freddie Lee Wilson ROBERT S. from Day Spring M. B. at 3 many other loving relatives
and She 11 le Wilson, ., ". of Opa-locka,who died and friends. Arrangements
-. Dec. 8 will be held Saturday p.m.ELI
are under the direction
3 p.m. in the chapel.Survivors CATLIN of 21830 SW of the
House of Albert.
: include his wife Mary; two U4th Ct., Goulds, died Dec.

CARD OF THANKS daughters Dorothy and Robie; S. Arrangements are Incomplete BAIN'S

one son Gene Earl; one stepson HENRY LEONARD
The family of the late, HOGANof
1-.! MRS. CAROLYN BAIN, EDWARD ROBERTS ELSAIDA I. GARDNER: James Pitts; two sisters 651 North Resident in Albany -
.f who departed this life Dec. takes this method of expressing who departed this life Dec.ll, Rose Mitchell of Brooklyn,NY 11985 ROBERT SW 217th PICKFORD of Ga., died Dec. 5 in Al-
". 1959. and Ida Graham of St., Goulds, I
1959. Albany,NY. Services
deepest appreciation to be held
When we a-sun-der part, it the many friends for cards The years have not healed the MRS. RUBY GAY of 901 NW his died Dec. 5. He is survived by Thursday t ita the chapel. Survivors -

gives us in-ward pain floral pieces, words of consolation wound left when you passed 3rd Ave., died in a local hos- mother Betty Gibbsons. include two daughters
But we shall still be Joined in and telegrams.Special away because your sweet love pital. Arrangements are in- are incomplete. I allie: Graggs and Maybell

I heart, thanks to the Richardson and tender care is missed each complete. FLOSSIE MORRISON of I Clemon; three sons Elmore

And bope to meet, a-gain. Mortuary.The and every day. Infant,,girl JENKINS of 1277 1526 NW 1st Ave. Remains Leroy and Joel; 19 grandchildren -

Mrs. Vivian Long, daughter r NW 42nd St., died Dec 9. Arrangements will be shipped to Monks Corner I 22 great grandchildren

' The Family Roberts Family and Grandchildren; are incomplete. ; South Carolina. I -

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12, 1969 23

I .......................................................... ----_. ---I

WARD SNEED of 1020 NW 45 29th Ave. #2 died Tuesday.He [ I

St., died Thursday, Dec. 4 in is survived by a son Ulas j his .\ 1ihn i
Jacksonville Rev. Sneed was father Gus, Sr. and mother _- : {
the former pastor of St.James Elizabeth; a brother William :

AME, Miami, St. Paul AME and three sisters Sarah Chest- I

Churches In Miami and Co- nut, Mattie Thompson and Ola : i. News I
conut Grove, New Mt.Herman Mae. Arrangements are incomplete
AME in ,Ft. Lauderdale and .......................................................... --MM-----ss,ssn sir
other leading AME Churches J. T. McKEVER 1718 NW
throughout the state of Flori- Second Ave., died Wednesdayat Vhv rose IF0195 has three
o t e r buster banners in a
survived his wife
is by Jackson
da. He Hospital.He is sur-
Lucille; his parents Mr. and vived by three brothers, Quartermaster Nelson
Mrs. Berry Sneed, Sr.; two James, Theo and Willie. Ser turned in 24 members
Arnett Williams and vices the mid-winter conference
sons, were held Wednesday
four sisters in the Miami at the Everglades
Paul M. Counts; chapel.
He received the banner
Queen Knight, Martha Adams, MRS. MARY LOU FISHERof .
Nellie Finder and Mae Bell 1092 NW 27th St. died Dec. .xrf a Sunday, Dec. 7. Members

Perry; five brothers Willie, 4 at Jackson Hospital. She is the conference were

Berry, Jr., Steve M.C. and survived by her husband Ed- comander, Folia Boyd,

L. C. Services will be held ward; a daughter, Eloise; sev- ; Madison chaplin Ad,

Friday, 2:30 p.m. at Greater en sons, Edward, Jr., Robert, Seymour and Scott.Judge New

Bethel AME Church. He will Virgel, Johnny, Eddie, Larry George this Is Rev. B.L.
lie in state at the church on and Clarence; three brothers ; year
Friday morning after 8:00un- James and Nathaniel Ross and pastor of Community
Church in West Holly-
til funeral time. Ronnie Roberson; three sis Ld ". I

MRS. ETTA WALLACE of ters Gussie Melba and Linda IlillllllllllilIUtIlilUllllillilllllIIlillIlilll'r Don't. forget the Friday and
9121 NW 13th Ct., died Fri- Roberson. Services were held
MR. SOUL THING Fish Fry at the post
day at Jackson Hospital.She is Monday in the chapel.
PATRICIA JOHNSON FRANK SEAY this weekend, there will
survived by a son, Beasley
; MRS. BERNICE V. TOWNSof door prizes and cash given
three daughters Lizzie Pic- Tropical Records
Lauderdale AtA
446 Ft. Modeling
NW 45th St., died Wed- The ladies auxiliary will
kett Worthy and Clara
Nancy 12 grandchildren 10 nesday, Dec. 3 at Mt. Sinai And away we go into the Christmas season full blast. Dec. 14, 5 p.m. All of
Thomas; She ,will Hospital. She is survived by There are many, many events scheduled in the Miami area. are asked to be present.
great two daughters Mary and Bar Some of these are plays, shows and outstanding performancesby Trotter is president.
to Hawkinsville
be shipped bara Bryant; her father John; great artists. Dig the entertainment schedules in some McArthur High Mustangs
Ga. for final rites.
mother Annie Pearl Eason; of the other papers. schedule: Dec. 2
MRS. stepfather, Alex Eason; a Christmas in Miami means skates for the kids, red shirts, Lauderdale 50 McArthur
HARRIS of 330-D NW 14th St.
granddaughter April R. Big- blue Jeans, and sometimes red kerchiefs around the neck. ; Dec. 5, Hollyhills 51 -
died at her home She
Sunday. 'gins; four uncles. Serviceswere I mean the college kids trying to crash the night clubs A 81; Dec. 9, Vero
is survived by her husband
held'Friday at Walker's cool Christmas with no snow and temperatures of about 80 home game Dec. 12,
Jim a daughter Lula M.Grays
and ;a brother Buster.Services Temple Church of God in degrees around about noon time. .Xmas means last minute home game; Dec. 16,
Christ. Remains were ship shopping up to the finish line Dade County Jail letting the Ely, away; Dec. 19,
will be Saturday 11 am in the
ped to Tifton, Ga. for final fellows out for good behavior and having some of the same away; Dec. 26,
chapel. rites. ones back in before New Year's Day Xmas in Miami Christmas tourna-
brings all of the government programs rushing to try and see away.
3162 NW 55th St. died Sundayat
that the needy are taken care of by Xmas Xmas,means of-
Jackson Hospital. She is DEATH NOTICE fices giving parties that amaze and astound the onlookers, the

survived by her husband Freddie quiet ones always manage to be the life of the party Xmasin FOR JAN. 10
; her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Savelltta Baptiste the Miami also means name-pulling and the letdown feelingsyou ALPHA KAPPA

Samuel Dean a sister Agnes mother of Mrs. Eva Grant of get about that 50$ necktie you got and that 420 gift you
Jones and a stepsister Sandra 1473 NW 70th St. died Thurs- bought.It : ALPHA I

Dean. Arrangements are incomplete day, Dec. 4, in New York. She also brings reflection and contemplation and thanks that PRESENTS

is survived by five children, we have lived to see another one.. Xmas also means visits

CLIFFORD BUTLER,SR. of 15 grandchildren, 36 great from up North kinfolk and out of town guests One of the { {{{ { {{{ { I { {UIIUiGIHII ..
5000 NW Second Ave. #6 died grandchildren and 11 great worst things about Xmas is the assembling of toys that have

Sunday at Oliver Manor Nurs- great grands. Anyone desir- been bought and losing that last all Important screw. Xmasin CHURCHES, CLUBS, FAMILIES &' INDIVIDUALSFOR ,
ing Home He is survived bya ing to send condolences may Miami means the absence of a black Santa Claus Black

son Clifford, Jr. ; a sister send, them, to Mrs..Eva Grant Xmas'songs .-'.and the playing of white Xmas by the Driftersand SALE
Daisy Johnson three brothers c/o Mrs. Ruth Williams, 71 Merry Xmas Baby by Charles Brown,also the night clubs
Arellus, Ulysses and Thomas, West 115th St. #3E,New York, open waiting for people who don't have kids or their kids have 500.1,000 SINGLE GRAVES SPACES

and one grandson. Arrange N. Y. 10026.Funeral arrange grown up MerryXmas Miami and may you live to see
ments are incomplete. ments are incomplete. Xmas 1970. AND PLOTSLOW

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r SUPREME WIG & BEAUTY SALON Little Anthony and the Imperials at the Newport. Phyllis
Branch at the Thunderbird Mr.Walters redecorating the Con- I

I Christmas Bonus Coupon ; tinental little by little. The Kiwi Bar, 7th Ave. the only Jukebox ,
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!l SOUL FOLK Donald Blue in from New York for the Small Down

USE YOUR MASTER CHARGE FOR classic Robert King, ball bondsman. Cockaroach at

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" 24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12, 1969

: \'\ '., .. TRIUMPH CHURCHES .DAY SPRINGWe Eta Phi Beta Sorority Annual I

Triumph The Church and are having our 7th anniversary Candle Light Service

Kingdom of God in Christ: Rev. Roscoe Jackson

1 Churches are sponsoring the will preach at 3 p.m. The pastor : Members of Alpha Gamma

following services: is asking all to please come Chapter of Eta phi Beta cordially -

Friday, Dec. 12, 8 p.m., at out and lets have a good time. Invite you and your

6825 NW 20th Ave. Mrs. E. B, Refreshments will be served friends to attend.The program:
." ,. Harris, national youth super- after service. will feature Southwest Sr.High

) visor will speak; also Mrs Ruby L. Burton, reporter; School Chorus under the direction -
Francis Hicks of Pensacola Rev. W. M. Slater, pastor: of William S, John- I s+ w t

I"It I along with Carl Murray of Miami son, and the string ensemble

I willbeinamini-concer from North Dade Jr. High'

'F: &rr $nu Jin !flljurrl!J ) 'uudttu Prince W. J. Roberts, pastor DRAKE School.

Saturday, Dec. 13, 8 p.m.at We sincerely hope that

) 0; 6825.NW 20th Ave., there will Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN through this service we shall .F

." 'I. JORDAN GROVE be a big musical program fea- T. Green, reporterThe be able to start your Christ- tt

) NEW COVENANT turing Mrs. Francis Hicks mas holidays with the deep
Carl Murray, Mrs. Rosetta Deaconess are invitingall reverence and the perfect understanding -
l {\ Rev. Howard Robinson,paste Rev"Douglas Cook, pastor Ellis and many others. members and friends to a
) Betty Hill, reporter Eddie Gilbert reporterThe tend their 3rd anniversary on
,' Monday, Dec. 15, 8 p.m.willbe Christmas the season thais
p The junior church is asked pastor Is asking the presenting Mrs. Francis Sunday, Dec. 21, 3 p.m. Rev. to
'\ to meet Friday at 6 p.m. for church to accompany him this Hicks and Carl Murray at Tri W. E,Sims will be the speaker. The so time is 5 us.Sunday

:\. rehearsal of the Christina'.Sunday at 3 p.m. to Mt. Tabor umph Church of Opa-locka Our Pastor's Aid will meet< p.m. LYNETTE PENNINGTON
December 21 atSt. Mary W. M,
: Baptist Church. The No. 2 with Sis. Thelma Bradley Sun-
pky.The Prince H. Mobley, pastor. Church 4798 NW 8th Avenue.MT.CALVARY .
t I i', Senior Choir is I in Choir, No. 2 Ushers' and Pas- Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m day, at 4 p.m. at 44 NE 44th ,

;' charge of Consecration serf tors Aid Club will serve. Triumph No. 1 at 1752 NW 1st St. All members are asked t to TEMPLEThe

, :,. ice Friday at 8 p.m. Sister The men will observe their Ct. will present Mrs. Hicks: bring your gift.

< \ Arlene Murray is the speaker. Fellowship Day Sunday morning and Mr. Murray. Prince H. The S.S. and B.T.U. will Rev.S,Atchison,pastor No. 2 Choir, Herbert

) Bishop Swift from Lake- Rev. J. E. Jenkins and Williams, pastor. have their Christmas program Phyllis Beal, reporter McClain, director, will sing

', wood, New Jersey is the guest congregation are in charge. Come out and enjoy yourself Sunday, Dec. 21 at 6:30 p.m. Please pray for the sickand for services this Sunday.Rev.

{ speaker Sunday during the The University Stars will There will also be a picture shut-in: Mrs. Lizzie Justice,, Joseph Smith, missionary of

morning worship. The publicis hold their candle light service shown, "Glory In The Highest Mrs. Ada Ross, Deacon the Atlantic Coast Baptist Association -

invited. this Sunday from 4 p.m. to Drakes, Brother Downs, Bro. will be the speakerat

5:30: p.m. The public is invited Hooks and Mrs. Emily Bernard 11 o'clock.

CHRIST MT. AARON' Get well wishes to Mrs. A.

Canon T. R. Gibson, rector All children who desire to NEW MT. MORIAH The Pastors Aid will ob- Butler who suffered a frac-

take part In the Christmas serve their anniversary the tured leg and is at Jackson
Antoinette Silva, reporter program are asked to meet Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Rev. 0. L.Sample,pastor third Sunday in this month., Hospital. The same to all the
week in West Palm
Souter reporterBTU
Evelyn Burnice Ponds reporter
Monday at 5 p.m. and Satur- Our yearly Christmas pro sick.
Beach, Canon Gibson attended each Sunday at 5 p.m. night Dec. 14 the<
day at 4 p.m. Sunday gram is scheduled for Mon-
an East Coast Diocesean Retreat is invited.
The Willing Workers will Everyone National Golden Stars day, Dec. 22. Please come out GREATER BETHLEHEM
i for all clergymen.Canon Church's Anniversary
sell fish sandwiches In the Our render a musical program to see our youth in action
r Gibson reported a spiritualand will be the second Friday and with other of the
dining room this Saturday, along groups Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
informative conference. second Sunday in January, the
they ask that you stop by and city. GREATER NEWMACEDONIA Mary Hopkins, reporterThe
, 1, The newly elected officers treat chairmen, Bro. Joseph Whitehead -
of the Episcopal Churchwomen yourselves. and Sis. Venola Simpkins NEW SHILOH Ushers' Board invite

are: Mesdames Car met are asking the members for Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor everyone to their m.islealpro.

I'' ta Brown, president; Kate S. ANNIVERSARYCity their full cooperation.Our Willie Beard, reporter gram Friday, Dec. 12 at 8 p.m.

( Dean, vice president; Anna youth chairman Sis, Rev. A. M,Griffin,pastor Individual taxation for Various choirs of the city will

A ( belle Fisher, recording sec- wide mission anniversary Donna Humes is asking all the Ella Elam reporter men's day is to be paid to the render music. On Sunday at

.;' retary; Maggie Cash, asst.ti Friday, Dec. 19, TempleM. youth to please be present the On Friday Dec.. 12 at 7:30: financial secretary, instead of 3 p.m. the Ushers' Board will
'I secretary Evelyn McKenzie 1723 NW 3rd Ave. A meet- the auxiliaries. Both celebrate their anniversary.
; B. C., fourth Sunday morning. the Youth Choir and the Youth through
treasurer; Lola Walker, secretary 8 p.m. Each mission will be ing after service, business of Choir of Macedonia Church in men and women will be taxed! Christmas practice, 4 p.m.

s"\, of Christian Social Relations represented with a selection of importance.MT. Christ of Richmond Heights! $15; Jr.-Sr. members age Saturday.

4. ; Merlena Johnson, their choice to make up the will have a contest. Please 16-21, $5; under 15, $2; and
\ secretary of Christian Education the presidents address all auxiliaries $300.
: ,?, program, OLIVETTEN. come out and support these Opa-Locka Civic
; Maggie Simmons, secretary and other selections of Meetings will be held on the

.t. of missions; Verne Interest Choir No.1 of J. Lawrence, reporter youth. first and third Monday nightsin Club
J Silva, secretary of Promotions Temple will render the music. 01 Sunday afternoon the Sunday is Youth Day, the each week.
morning speaker will be Rev, ..
{i f ; Miriam Peavy, UTe I Election of officers will be Deaconess Union \** Thi annual Christmas program ;" The Opa-locka Civic's club
Ronald Williams of St. James
custodian; Juanita stirrup, held by the pastor.Members their monthly meeting of the Sunday School will would like to thank all
AME Church. The evening persons
secretary of college work. and friends are Mrs.. Alice Hodges is president speaker will be Rev. Carton be held December 22, at 7:30 who assisted in making its an-
Congratulations to these people Invited.
Robinson of St. Paul AME and p.m. nual Thanksgiving AfroBalla
and a thank you to Mrs Sis. Ruth R. Lucas presi- The Sunday School Christ-
ball held at the
at 3 there will be a musi- success The ,
will be held Sun- p.m.
ti Kate S. Dean and other out- dent. mas program BAPTIST WOMEN
cal We are asking Continental Club, was proclaimed
going officers for untiring day, Dec. 21, during our regu- program.
services. lar Sunday School service at everyone to come out and wor- CHRISTMAS PARTYThe a lovely unforgetableaffair
ship with us all day. by all in attendance.
{ Mrs. Jewell Springer and 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Rosa V. Pol- Baptist: Women Council -

son Roosevelt wish to thank ST. MARY'SRev. tier, superintendent and Mrs. will entertain their pastorsand
The Civic Club
Jr. organization
Ii, all persons for their help and I H. V. Stuart, pastor Rosa L. Rushing, program Where Is God friends Friday evening, recently voted unani-

,. donations In the Acolyte contest Adele McCray, reporter chairman Do. 12 at Mt. Calvary Baptist mously to become an annual

.: During the 11 a.m.services Church, 1140 NW 62nd St. In
ZION HILL participant the Orange
{ ? Get well.wishes are extend., the Jr. Choir will sing and Would you believe that in a The message will be delivered Blossom Classic parade.. The

1, ed to Mrs. Louise Cooper and I there will be infant baptism. Rev. J. Pickett, pastor world where there is so much by Rev. W. M. Davis. float was decorated accordingto

{, Mr. E.W. F. Stirrup, Jr. Sin. Parents please don't forget Dinners are sold everySat- unrest crime, sick minds, Th9 social committee: Mrs the theme of "An Arabian

(, cere sympathy is extended t o to send In the gleaners given urday at the church to place sick souls, sick bodies, and Gertrude Crowder, Mu.Kel- Night" Its

the Baptiste-; family for thE'to your children by the Sunday your orders call 633-5685. every conceivable kind of evil, ton, Mrs. Jessie Doles, Mrs. of the design Hall was of a replica -
loss of their loved one. School. They must be in by There will be a musical program that there is a power above Marie:: Davis, Mrs Mae Esther locka. Quite Opa-the

I Sunday Dec. 14 at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. spon- that can change all of these Bodie, Mrs. Rachel Pratt and deserving,
effort time and
NEW PROVIDENCE Bro. William Beason Bethelis sored by the No. 1 Ushers' things? Mrs. Julia Drake are prepar- resulted in ,divisional energy first

In the hospital. Let us con- The public Is invited God is not dead as some ing to see that their guest are a
Rev. C. J. Burney pastor place prize and trophy a ward-
,tinue to pray for him.MT.TABOR. The Ushers' Anniversary would have you to believe, but royally entertained.
;' Arsula Edwards,reporter will be the fourth Sunday In what the world needs now is a ed by the classic parade com-
; Is invited to attend mittee. Jubilant this
Everyone this with over
I month. personal relationship NEW HOPE
I our services. Consecration first-year entrance ac-

hour of prayer Is held each God.Do Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor compliment, the juniors are
ST. LUKE you know how to find God?
: I, Sunday at 5 a.m.. fd like to tell you how I found Elaine Gilbert, reporter'The now busy planning a "mati

,' Rev. James Hendon, pastor Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor him, and how He completely pastor would like the nee" to be held at the Conti-

; BIBLE CHURCH OF GO! I Wilhelmina Sands, reporter Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe changed my life.found peace,. membership at large to accompany nental Club during the Christ
him to Brownsville
On Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. Sunday School invites joy and satisfaction that only mas holidays for youth only,
Rahming ,
Bishop E. E. pastor
I y Baptist Church Friday, at 8 to do their
reporterWe Douglas Cook of Jordan Grove you to attend their annual God can provide. Fm Missionary own thing mem-
Cooper, p.> m. Rev. F. L. Johnson,pas.
recruiting.The .
for the
would like to thank those will preach the sermon Christmas program Sunday, M. Moss. Telephone

: ', who came out to be with us onI Pastors Aid Board..The publicIs Dec 21. me at 235-0777 day or night. tor.The all
i\ Sunday. Invited to attend. The Pastors Aid auxiliary There is no charge. I want to to pastor attend urge meeting senior club members

f There will be no Thursday will celebrate their anniversary pray for you. (Jan. 2)) prayer are now in the process of
t; and Bible class on Thursday '
Sunday at 3 p.m. All auxiliaries focussing community attention
; f\ night service until after LILY WHITE NEWSThe at 8 .
asked to be the p.m.IN the
) are on ,- on plight of Ingram Park's
.Christmas.On '-- -
i.j". this Friday night service classic is over and program Sis. Annie Nell Hall, CONCERTThe youth football teams (3)), all of

I t will be held at our 68th everyone had a swell time, Is president.The NEW KINGDOM chorus revival of which which were recently denied the
congratulations Rattlers. members invites you opportunity to continue
: ) 'Street church. Elder Thornton Sister Syretha Strong is president -
\ :\ ,is the pastor. Your reporter made a sad tripto to their Mortgage Burning Rev. J. Torrence, pastor presents The Macedonia competitive athletic participation -
< Tallahassee to bury one of ceremony, Thursday, Dec. 25 Ossie Harris, reporter In the county's optimist
Church of God in Christ Concert
t GRACERev. her dear cousins Saturday. at 11 a.m. Rev. Edward T. Sunday at 3 p.m. the Junior club football league.It appearsas

W. F. Savoy, pastor Graham will be the speaker. Ushers' and Choir will sponsor : Choir, Sunday, Dec. 21, If the unwarranted actions
3 I at
the First Faith Cathedral
{\ The church choir, under the Juniors 01 129 don't forgetthe a program in behalf of p.m. and vows of a few membersof

direction of Mrs.Ursula Higgs Christmas party Saturday, CHRISTIAN SCIENCEThe their Fellowship Day. Rev. Church. 2610 NW 36th the local Opa-locka optimist ; -
St. Rev.Milton Baker pastor.Donation .
and Mr. Rayfield Ivory,presi- 12 p.m., at 3282 NW 50th St. Exile and congregation will Club resulted In the ous-

dent, will present a Sunday Celebrating a birthday In Dec. close out this program. $1. Tickets may be ter. "The continual playing ofan

evening program of music In Is Ruth Hunter. subject of the lesson- Sister A. Lyon is asking all purchased at the CommunityDrug average youngster on one
sermon to be read mall Chr 1s- parents to that their children Store or from membersof
honor of the advent and Christmas see of the teams was given as the
Fm sorry to hear of the pas- tian Science Churches Sunday the church.
season. We invite you to attendSunday School order reason for the ouster that is
sing of Rev. S. E. Snead of is "God the of "
1 bring your friends to this occasion Lodge 219 Ft. Lauderdale. Man; to take part In the Christmas S JAMES AMERev. f now being investigated by the
this Sunday at 7 p.m. program and receive club. Club meetings are still
Rites will be held at Range The subject of the radio program gifts. S. L. Gay, pastor held Tuesday nights at 7:30

I After morning service this Funeral Home,Thur'lay,8:30 the Bible speaks to you, Deacon Torrence is still The Decemberites will sell at the House of Albert In .

Sunday, we will have our annual -' p.m. Funeral at Bcfel! Friday over WMBM at 1:45 p.m.Sun-' soliciting your prayers thatbe dinners all day Saturday in tha locks You are Invited. Opa-

election church of- 2:30 p.m. please attend. day Is "What Is Communication will continue to get better. parish hall, for delivery Billy Cowlns, reporter.
ficers. Juanita McCloud, reporter. that Heals?". please[ call the parish hall.

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Transit Authority Presents

I Annual Xmas Lighting J ToursThe 2 LOCATIONS ;

Metro Transit Author- to make
certain that those people North Dade
starting point at
ity will again bring to the peo- who arrive early will
get a North Miami City Hall are: TO SERVE YOUIDUGGIE'S !
ple of Dade County its popular seat.MTA #9,10,12andS-BunchePark.
free Christmas light tours, requests that children The bus route serving the
beginning at 7:30 p.m., Wed- taking the tours be accompanied South Dade tour point at South
nesday, Dec. 17 and running by an adult. Miami City Hall is 11.
through Tuesday, Dec. 23. Free parking will be avail- The route passing Grace
The tours, which last year able at each loading point and Lutheran Church for the Cen- PARADISE
carried more than 6,000 per- MTA routes operate nightly to tral Dade tour is #30.
sons to view homes and build- and from the tour starting For further information,
ings bedecked with outstanding points. The routes serving the call MTA at 6339881.MR. .
Christmas lighting deco-
rations, was begun several
years ago as a "Thank You"to 2966 NW 47th St.
the bus riding public of I;
Miami for helping to make the
transit system one of the fin- 633-9396
est in the nation and have be- .
come an eagerly anticipated
part of the holiday season. ,
This Christmas, Dade "
Countians will have a choice of .( Y and -t.,
visiting three different areas
of the county; North Dade,
South Dade (including Coral r
Gables) and the Central Dade
area, which includes Hialeah
and Miami Springs. Each of
the three routes has been spe-
cifically designed to give the
passengers a view of each
area's finest decorations.Each e
tour will last approximately + S .r

an hour and one-half. LESTER ALBERT, Owner
Passengers will receive A funeral service you will always remember, r
printed circulars describingeach
of the homes and displays j because of a loved one you can never forget,
along the route. : so you may rest assured when you call the
Due to the expected heavy House of Albert, if the spirit is right, it is
demand for seating on the ;' the first step up towards heaven. I
tours, it will be on a first come,
first served basis each night. 1 House of AlbertWhere I
An MTA Supervisor will be at ....
the North and South tour start- service begins and never ends
ing points, which attract the '
largest crowds, and will give, I
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Your Weekly Horoscope sent "J.T.," the first of three relationship with the unfortunate -
original plays designed expressly animal teaches the boy
16 23 18 69 44 for youngsters in the certain values that enable him
primary school age group. to start behaving with a
December 11 thru December 17 The CBS Children's Hour stronger sense cfresponsibi

ARIES (March 21.Apri/19): Cupid is out to catch marks a new and exciting departure lity.The I
in the field of child- primary objective of the
Aries. Remember he has quiver full ofsharp
you unaware a I
ren's programming. For the CBS Children's Hour is to
arrows, and your name is on one of them. If this
first time on television search out and
thought gives you the (jimmies, then Olga's advice is to present plays CHARM PETITE
the that will rich and
youngsters throughout nation provide a rewarding
stick close to the home fires. Where you'll be safe. And
will be exposed to a groupof viewing experience to BEAUTY SALON
sound. And secure. And maybe a bit bored. The choiceis
plays dealing in contemporary the extent that they stimulatethe
(recently )
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TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Now look, Taurus, relationships with which they dramatic terms values that SPECIALIZING IN:
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CANCER (June 21-July 22): Moonchild the week TO SAY "THANKS"Jo
ahead may drain you emotionally. If so, retreat, and give
your batteries a chance to re-charge.: Try to avoid any
confrontations with cross associate. Last day of week Your Customers For Their
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so, accept, accept. .

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the wash. Not right away, but soon. You'll see. Keep the :: ; '
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VIRGO (August September 22): Week ahead full The surest %. : k
of goodies for good little Virgos. Both your career and
\ your love life will be most progressive and active. Can
you stand the pressure from both facets? Olga thinks ,:::: : :
Virg can. And will. And should. and most

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( 'very vulnerable as far as destructive forces are concerned economical is a !...!!;ft:
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ahead. More is at stake than you now know. Events at in the ;..
home may be somewhat unstable. If so, don't go off on a .
tangent, and start kicking over the traces. You'll only

wind up with a stubbed toe. Big Christmas Edition '

SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21)): A provoking ices
member of opposite'sex may get you all unstrung, Best wishes for the
in week ahead Sal],.so be on guard. Melancholy moments
all of
may get you down on fifth day. Fight against it. DO NOT Holidays to our ;

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tend in week ahead Cap. Be yourself at all times. If to published
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admires you from afar. Contact this person, either by FRIDAY, DEC. 19
phone or by mail. You know who this person is, so don't
look to perplexed.

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): Watch your "
heart in week ahead,. Aquarius. December is a.vulnerablemonth WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HOLI / e
as far as you are concerned. Don't allow your '
attentions to be misdirected. A new, romantic Interest DAY DESIGNS AND MESSAGES. YOU MAY SUB

.. at this time may sap your strength. You may safely giveof MIT YOUR OWN OR WE WILL BE GLAD TO
your time, but hold on to your heart.
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help. You have extraordinary talent in this area. Bet
objective but gentle with advice. You may enter into
relationship with one in week ahead who will give you
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THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 12. 1969

of the people who have mov-
+ ed here In the last ten years
T state that they hesitated to I
WA. come earlier because of feat

HE Y of hurricanes.

In a recent visit to the FAA
building on 58th St. at the Pal- LOUNGES INTERNATIONAL
IT metto expressway. It was interesting EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE A-T LABOR
4400 NW 7th Avenue HEALTH STUDIO
to air-
note that
By no
Eorl Edward, Prop.
Complete ExerciseEquipment
allowed to with
E planes are fly -
Men with ,
Driver I core
in a five mile radius of Presi- 1 RJNCRALDIRECTORS[
Pork lift, Lob-we: Ware
I Two Cents Of CornbreadJudge dent Nixon's home on Key Biscayne Zeak Supervised Pettier byt housemen. Open 5 1 30! a.m.
This particular officeof MANK ER-MILTON "Mr. Miami"
Haynesworth shouldbe the year 1973, Miami will be the Federal Aviation Administration 6701 NW 15th Avenue A-1
about knee-high toagrass- the number one cruiseport in Is responsibl 691.9151WI WEIDER EmploymentLow
hopper .after the steam Job he the world. for aircraft operating In the NDOW SERVICE Natural Organic poodSupplement Pees-No Money Dowr
received from the Senate. As Although Claude Kirk is the Bahamas, South Florida and Sold Inside! Restaurant, Hotel
you may remember, Haynes- most flamboyant Governor in adjacent waters.. Marvin Lud- HENRY'SWINDOW Telephone: 759-9423 Factory
worth was handpicked by the this state's history, his low; a Jovial taxi driver for SERVICE 746 NW 62nd Street 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
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the South Carolinian was be- and maybe a good backroom committed on 22nd Ave. After WILLIAMS' Premium Rates 6, ,.
hind the times In labor rela- contract. The Governor's Club being fined in Court, Marvin 1 TAILORS Day Service& CLEANERS- Alterations Low Monthly Payments ,-
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does It take to become a com- pay for Kirk's entertain- fined for speeding 53 mph in a 6349251CONTRACTORS ,
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We'll all miss Leslie rijuana and other
Ug- dangerous
director Bernie Rosen of Last of Seven Sisters of New
gams and her people back drugs tell the scientists, he told
WTVJ-Channel 4. me Orleans bom March 10,
home. For the time being,CBS "don't knock It if you haven't that head coach George Wilson
1887 is olive in Ya.Htr son
is replacing Miss Uggams with tried it." Contrarily,,scien- knew he would be in hot water carries on her famous spiritual Magic City & Harlem Cabs
Glen Campbell or Hee Haw... tists, reply by asking, "have If the Dolphins,didn't winseven -
Model rocketry is rapidly becoming you ever seen a biologist full games this year. Well,the 9765.I W9rk.Come Write tot or call Wynder'sTemple t 1522* Operating the Citgo Service Station
a major hobby with our of chlorophyll or a physicist Dolphins can't win seven
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( TALK OF THE TOWN. Miami's Orange Blossom Clas- 1r
:, _ sic events ?Jake Gaither's(FAMU)Rattlers "power drive"
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, A against Eddie Robinson's "big Grambling College Tiger s" ? :
: The 37th Orange Blossom Classic was quite an affair. Even Pretty Lonnie Wesley, "Miss FAMU" a treat for the eyes i
'a '';. though I didn't get a chance to visit all the festivities and (Former Jacksonville) school teacher, Elynor Williams, ;
} pre-game activities I understand from reports that everyone now the "advertising editor" for General Foods Corp. in White
: had a wonderful time. Plaines, NY, talking about all the fun at the blossom classic t b
y Eddie Robinson nor Jake Gaither had nothing to be ashamed With so many of the chicks returning to Miami for this
,. of In their respective teams as a whole, even though each "home comtn' affair" there was very little time to greet .
tea m had hot and cold spots, I personally thought they had them all That "foxzy Lassie" from Tampa, Cheryle
r enough bright spots, to please even the most critical of foot Pride Cover girl model Roz Hill,{playboy bunny Roz 'T-Wi ats Win
'+ ball fans. Lynde) Miami's own beautiful daughter ... .Sexzzy Eddie I
a! My congrats to the classic committee on a very good showl Hicks Jr. died in Syracuse NY last week. Pretty Patricia
The full of mistakes Generals of Jackson hung on to beat a Sadler, (Daytona Beach school teacher) a ((36-22-36)) lovely All State Honors
fighting Ft. Lauderdale that never gave up, In their battle thing Why didn't Barry GordyMotown's big boss) install
> 1 this week for the regional championship. r hope they have Mary Wilson as lead singer of the Supremes (she being the
r gotten over the classic. From scouting reports, it seems as only original Supreme left) since Diana Ross is leaving the Two BethuneCookmanCollege linemen. Heywood, a Junior
though the only thing that may be going for the Generals Is that group. Wildcats were named to carried the ball 70 times for
r;, 1*' they have! played in the Orange Bowl before.Brandon seem to the 1969 All State College 539 yards, caught 13 passesfor
be Just as tough as Jackson in other departments of the game. WHITES VIOLENTLY ATTACK BLACKS Around the Football Team, chosen by 160 yards, scored five
Speaking of prep football, I'm glad Lambert Reid decidedto nation Black publisher, Charlie Cade, 45, of the Jackson sports writers from Florida. touchdowns, kicked three field
r have another go at the helm of Killian. Lambert started the Blazer weekly newspaper, was killed in his apartment, Dec. Alfred Heywood, a 190 pound goals, 16 extra points and rana
;, season with real high hopes; but then injuries hit, and he didn't 4. He was shot and stabbed. Screwled on his two walls in halfback from Gilbert High two point conversion totaling
\ know from one week to the other who would play.His decisionto blood were the words"blacknigger" .? Army of cops raided School, Jacksonville, sharedthe 57 points. Mack nude 73 un-
has friends fans and players and to search for second team backfield with assisted tackles and had 101
go again delighted may: Black Panthers club house(in Chicago, Dec. 4)
knowing Lambert as I do, I'm qjite sure no one will be disappointed weapons, killing two Panthers. Killed were Fred Hampton,22, players from Florida State, assists.
head of the Illinois party and Mark Clark, the down state mili- Florida University and Miami
", Everyone was a little disappointed to see Jim Powell step tant leader from Peoria, HI Monday, Dec. 8, 300 cops University. Winston Mack, a : Is Your Luck Crossed Up?
down as head coach at Hialeah. To those of us who know Jim, raided Black panthers den in Los Angeles which caused a five 6-2, 220 pound middle guard Can't Hold Money?Are You
?< knows he Is a man that has built character as well as football hour shoot-out. Injuries but no killings. It seems to me that from Merietta, Georgia, Joined Sick ? Can't Get Work?
'"' team Lots of luck In your new venture Jim, and I think! Bob the "white law" is trying to use these raids to overshadowthe the second team defensive Cant Hold a Job? Can't
Hipke will continue to build on the foundation you've left at evil activities of those white groups like: the Charles Hold Friends ? Family
Hialeah. (Satan) Mansion's "Devil Cult" of murder linked with the Problems? Can't Overcome
Last week's high school and college picks were perfect, Sharon Tate murders or the group that was bombing up New Enemies?

however, the professionals played, havoc with my averages. York City. Maybe they think that attacking the blacks in America Psalms 5:26 Come see this gifted woman
Scorboard to date: High schools 84-23 (.785).; colleges, 36-15 would help to coverup the shame of the alleged My Lai of God with all your probe
(.706); professionals., 105-51,673)( ) Massacre in Vietnam" where the Americans slaughtered over Annie Jones, last of the lems. Prayer changes
t and What do think? 7 sisters of New Orleans things. God can Anything?
200 civilian children.
men, women you but fall.Noappointment
THIS WEEK I SEE: says I know too much ne-
:,' HIGH SCHOOL abbut God to let you cessary. '
/:1:: Jackson over Brandon The Generals get together d Q w n. Get my oil and Blessings Healing Services
message now for Xmas.
Every Sunday 4-6
PROFESSIONALS Come to Wynder's Temple, p.m.
I AFL 303 NW 2nd St., Ft. Fridays 7 p.m.9 p.m.
f" .. Lauderdale, Fla. Call
Houston over Boston
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; San Diego over Buffalo oil and message to Prop. :
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> Cincinnati over Denver het Billy Wynder, P. 0.
Box 1236, Ft. Louder Miami Fla. '
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:, p Dallas over Baltimore STANLEY DRUGSYOUR

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) : interesting series of shows doctor. .
J ) \1 This week I make myself the chump of the week. The nextn' PICTURE SET TALK. (Top left to right) Pretty Karin .1 MON. THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. 1 TO 5 PM

time r 11 have me a pad and pencil handy, so loan keep up LaVern, a Hollywood Fla. Orange Blossom. NY model, '\
.. ., 4 with people, places and things as well as dates and times. Lynn Kassaris felliniovewith Miami during her visit (attend-
) '. Knowing most of you will be at one of the numerous games ing the classic) in the magic city.Now she's planning to makeit COMPLETE SELECTIONS!
\, ti this week, I*11 be still looking for good sports- Would it be her home Jean Terrell, Motown's choice to replace
possible to pick you out as being a good sport. Diana Ross as lead singer with the Supremes. (Florence Bal-
- - - - lard was the first to leave
Supreme the group, she was also
of the one that chose and named Supremes). Kim Tolliver,
(former singer with the "Sam and Dave" band-picture left
: Harrell PhotographyPRESENTS center) latest recording, "Let Them Talk," right now the hot-
test sound on wax. A sure top hit. Congrats Kim Tolliver -
I Glad for you. (Bottom 1 lift to right) "Who's Making Love"
I Johnnie Taylor's new single, "Love Bones" a sure thing .
Talk! I Singer Nancy'Wilson, was granted a divorce from drummer
'f: Baby : Kenny Dennis on grounds of mental cruelty.Nine years of mar-

ried life, "blowing in the wind." .. Jimmy Castor (and band)
', Gts ', 1II' : got a big record going now, it's "You Gotta Make Me" .
',' ; \, 'If, Diana Ross and Supremes(their greatest hit)"Someday We'llBe
:r"I E, ,.i "" 1! : Together dedicated to,teen model Rene L1ttlet n '.. .To ....
''l a -> \, pretty Janice Koon, it's James Brown's"LetA Man Come In"
}: :' ,':. < Ike and Tina Turner, "Bold Soul Sister" dedicated to
"' I if" J ., 1' : pretty Cheryl Kelly, Miami-Dade Jr. college north. The
I.\' .' big sound for Bobby Hill, "God Bless Children" Thisis

t' 1' : C-U-NX-WK.Scoop Bethel saying, time and tide waits for no man .

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: ( CLASSIFIED I NewsWill This means that payment can WATERFRONTFishing
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I 16241 NW 21st Avenue. 373- living non-profit rentals at Thi World's Most and guided new asvlour,

J 7973.. Tropical Florida's finest ad- Ixptritnctd Airline MALE HELP WANTED for waiting you, who saving come, helping now,,

'r dress. Conveniently close to NDWHIIIINGSTEWARDESSES, FOOD SERVICE WORKERS or YOll.who may come
Cart late, she wilt wait for
,\ downtown, beaches. un
hi-rise for you, for there Is something -
Drive by 1152 NW 46th Street necessary. New HOSPITAL CORPSMEN she. can and will
,'i, 2 porches and carport. Very teachers and other retired do for you. My miracle'
All facilities To Fly All COOKS I luck made
c: large corner home. $16,000 professionals. pocket piece I
I activities for active retire- by me, while they lost.
4' FHA. $800 down, $300 Vets. Six Continents Excellent starting salaries Nothing but power Int
4\ $136 month pays all. A. Ben- ment. Write: CTA Towers, every way you need It,
Kori, Realtor, 891-7260. 1809 Brickell Avenue, Miami, Must be single, minimum ape Apply: and I surely want to giveit
( Florida 33129, attention Mrs. 20. Height 53" to S'9 JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL to you, for I want each
; Weight 105 to 140 Ibs. Good and every brother or ./..'
Pino, Coordinator phone 377- Employment Office 1700 NW 10th Avenue
Nice 2 house -
t bedroom health. Good vision. Must ter of any race, creed or
< J;,'. screened porch, good area, 8021. be high school graduate. I color to :strive in our
I I:' city water, suitable for 4 or 5 Knowledge of a foreignlanguage. togetherness as we enjoy -
the luxuries of life,
people. Asbestoes siding, HELP WANTED granted to us through by

} small down, no qualifying, Earn $100 week commission MIAMI INTERVIEWS: WANTEDDRIVER none other than the now

':'; move right in. See: 1560 NW r selling wigs and hairpiecesfrom Thursday, Dec. 18th to Saviour walk,through whom God our lives sent

; h': 51st Street. Call 226-8566. your home or party plan. For interview appointment SALESMAN with the brightest, bright

'I Phone 274-2881 after 6 p.m.I C.N light to solve the prob.
$80.00 per week plus commission, hospitalization lem whatever It is in your
1810 NW 88th STREET PAN AM 6372778AA life right now. Donations
:. ; Go and Inspect outside. 1 bedroom am looking for young men r..Ii.rtilllll, ,EmplewA insurance, vacation, retirement, accepted. Come now,

(4 frame with large CBS and women between the ages Plan for uniforms, oil' paid by company. Apply in per- open Monday through
of 21 and 30 who are interested Progress Friday, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
;u Fla. room. Price and terms CompanyManagers son, see: Bill Beaman, 620 West 20th St., Sat. and Sun. 1 p.m. to
,: subject to accepted offer.Suggest in working for a new company Hialeah, Fla. Monday thru Friday, 7 a.m..tIO 11 p.m. Evangelist Mary
," $1,000 down. Please do that is being formed. A Caesar, 1250 NW 25th
complete outlook on Black 9 a.m. and 4:30 to 6:30. St. Rear. For information,
not call me ,until Inspect pro- CALLs 634-0983.
Cosmetics. Industry.
perty. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor; Beauty ..
891-7260. Call Mr. Johnson at 6353904Master '- 04

Cosmetologist with a andManager
/ Curly top, tapered wig. Special to beauty
following manage
price for holiday giving
salon. Good work. Write PO
r $16. Comparea.t$29.95. Trainees
Box 37 Edison ,
orders 274-2881 after 6 p.m. Center.Jan.30)( IJ

3 bedrooms, oak floors, fenc- CHILDCAREBethlehem IMMEDIATE OPENINGS C 0 ,r1F

ed, Fla. room, sprinkler sys- CHOSE
Kindergarten and Advance with us as : V1'.
tem. $18,600, $1500 down. good salary
Street. you SES M Z ERS6S
420 NW
,-y.Very good neighborhood. Nursery, plus bonus, paid vocation q
Telephone 758-3446. Pick'up profit-sharing tuition -
Mar-Dan Associates, HI 5- aE
2557. and delivery. Mrs. DorothyBroWD. and scholarship A-F 0 1l
programs. C1'
(Dec. 26) I

N Inter"lew.now. before
Beautiful CBS like new 2 bedroom Kindergarten andnurser y the holidays, for ourJan.
1 4 1 bath, carport, tile CaU Mrs. Ware 758-8072 01 12th, expense paid,
lot Mrs.. Brown at 7583446. management. trainee
roof, awning, yard, class. -
(Jan. 2)
75 x 105. FHA $450down.$108
8 OUT OF 10
month,, Atlantic and pacific For an Immediate interview -
Childcare. Six days. I fur IIiSh .
l\:\ Realtors 666-0411. call p LOW PRICE CAR
4 I diapers and food. Any age. N< BUYERS

,",'I pick up. Call 635-2141 ask fOJ ROYAL CASTLE PAY SHEEHAN BUICK PRICES!!

': RUMMAGE SALE Virginia. 'SYSTEMS Woil&'t You 11,1111/ Rather Have A Sheehan_ Buick?

Bargains. New and used. Sunday HUM'S LAMEST
,:Monday, Tuesday. Toys, Childcare In ,my home, you Mrs. MoryMeTreet$87-6121. -
"Ii linens, men's, children's,wo child will have thebestof, ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th ST.

'men's wear,household wares. in my home Mrs.. ,Anders 'r' r 4 Phone 642-1400
t ':,I :" .: ., BROWARD 524-1267
Beta. Kodesn. 1101 SW 12th St. 759-8335.. .. ..
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ssEVin I FSES Recruiting- Now For Woodworking Machine.--- H n Operators Class_ .__ I
This is your chance to make This 26 week course is made (MDTA). -
it. Under the MDTA wood- Street, and sign up for your and your chance to earn a decent
available to through the There are 17 I
working machine you only openingsfor chance to learn a new skill, living after training
operators Florida State Employment this course. Don't waitl! .
course is -- ---------------------- -::
starting on January' Service and the Manpower De- Come in now to the Miami Opportunity JIM1I i\JlllllJllMJlMJIJIlllD\'liJllJ\JIViI"JlMJIa\JlJlJliJIIMJl: lllUlMJlMJ
5, 1970, and you have time velopment and Training Act Center, 245 SE 1st
c now to enroll. You could learn EXCITING WIG SALE
how to set up and operate
woodworking machines mea-
sure and mark lumber and cut
lumber to size and shape using CHRISTMAS s

a woodworking machine, tells it like it is
planers shapers and various SPECIALS

Mt I
Every Sunday Curly Top
B. FULL"Natural '
Tapered Back

BUICK CO. 4 to 7 PM I Afro o\\s 0SI"cc'"WiGS

2100 N.E. 2nd AVE. (wash and wear) \"\ ONLY

USED 3J41736Mon..W.d..fr'CAR PHONE MIROR call & comment I $16 aw $14.00

Tucs.-ThurcSot. Till 6:00 538-0431

100% i% WIG1 $12.75
1964 '1 Owner Y.QU) 1360 on the dial I HuT0\\01' T fabulous 41\

4 Door \1
ELECTRAFully \\,0" FALLS only 26.50WIGS
d WHAT tiotr'ct
equipped with I t.I .
The Talk of Miami ,
power brakes, power NU-KAIR CBS for South Florida ,0,0" 0"16.15
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steering, power win
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dows, power seats, EXTRA SPECIAL FOR MOTHER

low,'mil' ge. Priced r. Mixed Gray, wash and wear stretch WIGS only $16


i Lady Lee Wigs i
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19644 Door Hardtop Temple Add OPEN, 7 DAYS',,, I TEL: 685-554 1 II

CUSTOM ELECTRA L Open Sundays till Xmas J

Equipped with power ---xxstxeat: ---l--yllNCr lx lyllrs-

brakes, power steerIng FHA FINANCING
power windows, Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS In Carol City
radio air whitewalls Near everything Circular drive, central heat
large built-in kitchen, sliding doors from bedroom -
vinyl roof. Ata open to patio and large fenced grounds.

low price pf $1895. Price $18,500, $1,700 down plus closing, 2 Beautiful HousesNewly '
$124.57 month plus escrow. ,

",/3i': \ ROOM o. $SELL. :: FOR FHA VALUATION >//1
: :'.' =f1 9'C61..1 iwnerd > Llk' *',new 3 bedroom. 2 bath CBS in'Carol City,',: painted and decorated !TOn
r' "/" <" OUTFITS 'Awning windows, gas hear,. air: conditioning,< 1 Lot
:, :, f Do r;:: well t. wall carpe leg, ,'large: b"ill'\i\kitchen: ,
! OAtiL AC sprinkler iyitenu''FHA, :
,PflceS,21OOOSft20t;; ; "
'Low,mileage"t:'power" 7 d.WDfu;, .,, $146,61 month plus escrow''t, 1853 NW 90th Sfreet-
*" "' '
; brakes J air i -Wiaw'power- w ,
$800 Down No QualifyingNo
'.: steering, power:win* WE CARRY OUR Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS on, very nice -
d wi.i power :seats, OWN ACCOUNTS street in Carol City. Tile roof, awnings, awn- Closing Costs "

door lock/ powervent SPACIOUS Diles'".CXIStOH ing windows, built-in kitchen spotless inside
windows front IOOKCASIHIAD and out. See at 15311 NW 33rd Avenue. FHA FRONT HOUSE 3 Bedrooms
and"Iea ; A steal IAMM. OfAHD'AKOMATCWN price $18,500, $800 down plus closing, $131.24mo. REAR HOUSE 2 Bedrooms
> at <)Of All e4 0 $3495 COLORS.i-STtP TAUES
, ,,' ., '. ", WASTNOCHAIM.SIZE DINtlTI WITH,.4 CO* Prttty corner CBS on large fenced lot at'J6I20 CAN RENT REAR HOUSE FOR $100 MO.

NW 30th ,Av..' Awnings, reverse cycle o1rcos; -:, WITH A $100 MONTH'S RENT YOUR
1967 K>*m $2Ir Jlttonan, wall to wall corpttlBg, picture/win. MONTHLY PAYMENT FOR THE 3 BED-
dow in living room, itove, refrigerator ,spot;",' ROOM HOUSE WILL ONLY BE $90.00.
RIVIERA URGE DOUSII DRESSER lets homt.Pric.$17,000: $2,000, down?,$111.22, J ." ;
2 door coupe, power CHEST. MIRROR AND PANEL ,ma. plus escrow'. \ :'",*(,::,"".';%:
brakes, power steer ROOM SET COMES COMPUTE .
ing, power windows, lOX SPRING' 2 PILLOWS owner:
AND 2 LOVELY tAMPS. IN. properties east of expressway on NW
power seats, chrome Size ClUDED DINETTE.IS A HC.7.PC.SECTION.fAMILY 50th St. 3 bedroom CBS at 361 NW 50th St, 373-0686
wheels, air, vinyl Al LIVING ROOM WITH 2. and home and income at 415 NW 50th St. Re' Daysor
roof. One owner- DECORATOR LAWS quires about $5,000 cash to buy either prop.
$2795 OF YOUR cHoci.N : erty. Pass by and if interested, call us. 864-8546

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,RIVIERA, ,:__; AN SOFA AND MATCHING ,We,have 3"Iran* duplexes All In good condition,,
::2 door=coupe k v, 'brakes LAMPS. ROUND DINETTE ,$110 ;month "p.ys, all. Locations are, 1369 NW
power :;
steerIng BUCKET
CHAIRS IN THE LATEST '34th 'Str.ffi 1980 .NW, 49th, J'. and'21O J NW 56th
,; power windows, DESIGN IV MARMUR;TRIPLE Street ". ", ,N', :
power, *eats, white MIRRORS HIGH SOY CHEST / 3074 NW 79TH ST BROKERS
? ) : 5" S
walls.}; tow AND QUEEN SIZE >,; r 1 : ; r If No Answer:
'$1995 QUEEN SIZE *MATCWNO" fOAM 693-4772 .. 759-6500
2 SOX BEDROOM SPRING LAMPS. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR $100 FHA. 2 bdrms, 1 bath,; LR, kltch, din area, utilrm ,
1968-, Door'' .$68go0 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING DISPLACEDAND enclosed fmt prch, must see. $12,000, $2,300 I
RIVIERACOUPE IFyOU, CAN QUALIFYf11 down, $U month pays all. ..EFHA

-CBS. For big family, 4 bdrms, 2 baths,
," kitch, din (liv screened Flo" utilrm
lown'r, : ($ / area rm, patio,
brakes power FURNITUREWORLD pool, bar-b-q, fenced, $18,000, $800 down,
ow_ er steerIng all.
REALTY $147 mo pays

po er windows, : I II .... A', NO QUALIFYING. Good looking 2 bdrms, 1
power eats, whitewalls bath, (liv rm, din area, kltch, util rm, tile rf,
vinyl roof, ;,1 '-,..J ''c" ..sIOKgE, ,' '.. '. d 4f *'' CBS construction, $14,500, $2,000 dwi, $120 no r

air, ext a nIF.F !." ;' V.Ir,; ; t.it', ::*ft"t..t.T: : (,O f S, J' ", ,-!\<{I1.'P.. tl!'t-", CHURCH ,USE OR DUPLEXE1 Thlr ir:r \.iI'",
,e r CAROL: .;arv"", ) .r,('".".. opportunity.; Lot site 110 ft.xUO, ft. *1tb''o'1 ,
TR ,$ d NoeiEOT'1 fA"J.4R" ;ti.' "i'1 'i..;" :';' h ;'iULL: building In 'as-is' condition. Lots alone ,ore

'iiA bI .'.,Mq ;J, /l6i'. ', h, ., ::,', worth the money. $12,000, $1,000 down,", $100,
CNE 1'rA Y ,4932, ,if'fiijm: >!4 Av.. ,*rirjwfJtett9MJ ZfI : : mo. NO QUALIFYING. .t ,: :,
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,r' y1Th Specials good thru Dec. 14, 1969

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.PEACHES 2"SAN 351 PRESERVES 10 oz. 3. $


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16 oz. C7 ..60Z.. C TUNA/ BI CAN B.5W\ SARDINES 4CANZ. 6.

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