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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 26, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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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May the true spirit of the First Christmas shine

brightly in your heart today and every day. t Our nut edition will be

published Wed., Dec. 31st.
Copy deadline is Monday,

1,019 flack Teachers Dee. 29th.

TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLISVol.

47, N. 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1969 15<,f


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On Feb. 1, 1970 exactly 1-, Dade's 243,000 students. Junior and Lillle C. Evans First Bias
fk I 019 black teachers in the Dade It will also shift half of the Elementary, are substantially Employment
; County school system will be county's black teachers, and integrated.
i reassigned to white schools. affect faculties at 209 of Another 37 schools will lose
t Hardest hit will be Miami Dade's 222 schools. 10 to 19 teachers, including 19
Northwestern High where 98 The proposal, drawn up by mostly white junior and senior
} black ,teachers will leave and the South Florida Desegregation highs and more than a dozen Suit Filed Here
I 1 end up teaching in white high Consulting Center, was black elementaries.
schools. Sixty-one black immediately assailed by one "You've got to replace
teachers at Drew Junior High of the county's teacher groups, these with skilled teachers," Economic Opportunity Le- tion case to be filed attacking which the Supreme Court gave
will be replaced by white which called it "a rape of the Glazer protested. "Seniorityhas gal Services Program of Dade discrimination in employ new life to in the decision of
teachers. Booker T.Washington black community" and an invitation never meant anything in County announced that a law ment.In Jones V. Mayer and Daniel V. '
and Brownsville Junior to disaster." Dade. County before. Whey suit charging employmentdis- the suit filed,the Interna Paul. The Complaint charged
High will lose 33 each out of "They're going to end up should it now?" crimination was filed Tuesdayin tional Brotherhood of that the defendants have pursued
faculties of 54 and 55 respec' with 17 and 18-year black Assistant Superintendent the Federal District Court. Electrical Workers and the and continue to pursue a
tively. teachers replaced by first or Howard McMillan said that no Named as the defendants were Miami Joint Electrical Apprenticeship pattern or practice and customor
I ;, All this is being done under second-year whites"said, reassignments would be made the International Brotherhoodof Committee were usage of racial discrimination -
the faculty integration plan released Leonard Glazer, president of until mid-January, teachers Electrical Workers, Local charged by a Black plaintiff, which has deprived or t
f. Monday by school of- the Dade Federation of will be able to volunteeras 349, and the MiamiJoint Elec- George W. Johnson of 2448 NW tended to deprive the plaintiffand
t ficials. Twenty per cent of the Teachers. soon as school reopens Jan. trical Apprenticeship Committee 81st Terr., and his class with members of his class of
k county's teachers will have "Skilled teachers must be 5. discrimination under Title Vn employment opportunities and
t new assignments come Feb.1. replaced with skilled teach Those who wish to transfer, A member of the Economic of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 has otherwise adversely effected I
; The plan, which calls for ers," he added,"or you're inviting he said, will be guaranteed a Opportunity Legal Services and 42 U.S.C.1881,188 The the plaintiff and mem-
: transfer of newest teachers disaster.In choice of school or district Program, Inc. said that this latter two statutes are part of bers of his class of their status
first to achieve a uniform all, 11 schools, each of whenever possible. If too many'suit was the first discrimina a 1866 civil rights statute Continued on page 26
black-white teacher ratio at them black, will lose 30 or elect a specific school, the ,"--
, each grade level, will mean more teachers; 13 others will most senior teachers would be I
, different teachers next semester lose 20 or more.Of the latter, taken while the rest will return I
for nearly ballot only two. Richmond Heights; to their existing schools.the i


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to a last minute The plan, put into effect in national AFL-CIO. -- --
plea from the President,Con September by Secretary of Labor AFL-CIO President George A new girl was in town and those of us who didn't get a chance to see the sight really ,
gress voted Monday night to George P.Shultz,requires Meany, in a telegram toHouse missed a treat. Fortunately the Times was on hand and we can tell you something about her,
uphold the administration's construction firms it the leaders Monday, asked reten- but there's nothing like the real thing.
Philadelphia Plan to increase Philadelphia area, to promise tion of the prohibitive rider First, of all her name is Gina Byrams and she's 37-22-36 and 20. The latter is her age
construction industry jobs for -when bidding on government because the AFL-CIO "is and she spent eighteen of those years in Washington, D.C. her hometown. What's even more
blacks. contracts of $500,000 or firmly opposed to quota sys- groovey about this new girl,other than what you can see for yourself, is that she was chosenby
By.a 208-156 roll call, the moreto make good-faith efforts tems which are illegal, un- Playboy as the first"Bunny of the Year." You can imagine what she had to contend with
House stripped from the$278- to bring black employ- American and of themselves and believe me that is an honor
million final supplementalmoney ment up to 20 percent of their discriminatory." The Times learned for you that this Intelligent, shapely and personable, but even more
bill a Senate rider out- labor force in four years. Earlier Monday, President Important, black and beautiful lovely was in competition with 18 others and the sole black
lawing the construction Job The Plan was strongly op- Nixon labeled the Impending contender came out tops. Speaking"tops" a full length photo has been placed above for
;' plan. The Senate followed by posed by building and con- House vote "a historic and your viewing pleasure. One of our policies Is share and share alike.,House of Photography ;
suit by a 39-29 vote. struction trades unions and Continued on page: 25 photo.I .
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Miami police have announced ful of gauze stuffed in the Andre Murray Rymes, 17, of ,\
the arrest of a suspect in a mouth, was in a ditch at a 271 NW 10th St., and chargedhim
slaying which they think may highway construction site. with killing Lawrence
have been a paid assignment. Police said Carroll's death Blades, 74 on Dec. 12, and
S Louis Eddison Fletcher,20, .might have been ordered as a Lewis E. Mitchell 58, and t
7L'1 was booked at Dade County result of an internal disputein Harry R. Burgess, 55,the following r'
murder a gang, but did not elaborateon night.
jail on a first-degree
? A j jL charge. He was arrested in a the theory. They believe According to Sgt. William .(.
downtown hotel room. Fletch- he was killed in the Caw Bonner, police received a tip
er's last known permanent Hotel, then dumped at the con- that the gun used in those kil-
address was 215 NW 10th St. struction site.Fletcher lings could be found in apart-
was arrested late ment 120 at 271 NW 10th St.
He was charged with killing Wednesday night, while a When they arrived at the
Harry Carroll, also known as squad of officers was lookingfor apartment they found Rymes.
Hyde Byclfe. Carroll, 34, was suspects in three killingsthat They said they also found a
+ found shot to death on Nov.30. occurred In food mar- .38 caliber revolver, which is
His body, with bullet in the ket holdups last week. being tested to determine if
back of the head and a hand- Police already had picked up it was used in the killings



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Hats off to Universal Training Services, located at 1901 NW 7th St.,
for helping the world overcome its social errors. Management and employees

enjoy a happy relationship as you can readily see by the above picture.
This organization is very proud of its great strides toward creating a better .
world. Standing ,are' Alice Mclntee and Josephine Perez. Seated are I

Ana Inglo' Lupe Berrera and Henry Mae Johnson. Bottom photo shows,

standing: Helen Esapien, Brenda Wilson and Susie Herina. Seated era Hen ,' I,

rietta McDonald, Ivory Brown and Liz Robinson. t A gathering of the clan AFRAM Clan, that isl! Gathering togetherfor

a top level sales meeting. AFRAM reps took time out to meet and greet ,r

Robber Killed In Liberty City HoldupA Cab Calloway at International Airport, when he arrived this past Sunday.,
Cab was in town to see his sister, Blanche Galloway, president of AFRAM

Liberty City grocer, shot ber pistol.He caliber automatic from a hid- House and also do a show in Ft. Lauderdale. Saying "Hiddy-hiddy ho"to
and killed a robber last thurs- told Griffin to give him ing place and fired five. timesat the well known star of "Holly Dolly", were AFRAM-ifes (left to right)
day night as he was leavingthe all the money "or you'll get the gunman. Dolores Coleman I Daisy Stallowrth, Mary Taylor, Blanche Calloway,' Anita
store after taking $50in hurt." Griffin said the gun- Four shots hit and the rob-
Fleming, Jack Thompson, Cab Calloway, DeVera Edwards and Dorothy
cash. man then came behind the ber lay dead in the store's
Dead is Lee North, 27, address counter, searched him, and entrance when police arrived. Guy.

unknown. asked "Where's your gun? I ... .,. '_
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you grocers
Sam Griffin, 59, owner- have guns." "4 DAY SPECIAL
operator of Sam:; A&G Croc- Griffin said nothing. Then f- I
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police that a gunman from the cash register and ,
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Stiff Jail SentencesSix k) j /i': i' "m: i ; $ ZIG-ZA

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Dade County youths have youths permanent I ,
been sentenced to federal addresses. NOW ONLY$2fl95
prison for the Aug. 12 robberyof '
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Fulton: Jimmie Lee Hayes, I To my many customers !j lAnd| best holiday wishes. I FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
18, two years; Jerome and friends, I would It
Roberts, 18, 12 years; Eddie X like to wish you all a
Lee Gilbert, 17, sentenced to % Merry Christmas. May JOHNSON 696.9442
jail until he's 21 under the 5 the Joy of love and hot2PhyMIAMI !
Federal Juvenile DelinquencyAct peace be with you II! Fine I
and Anthony Miles, 19, throughout the New It I 1186 NW 38th Street Phone: 635.4748 Vi
and his brother, Michael, 20, 11 Year., I xvsxr _xecr___ xvat_xw xaix _xas_MMa
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Entered as Second Class Matter, August 8, 1927 at the Post I
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"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" : *
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best leas THEILLlNOJSSTATE
f the world from racial and national antagonism when accords NAACP STATEMENT I''
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his hum' CALLED A PRE DAWN .,;
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro ',
Press strives to help every man In the firm b.II.lthat all men PAID BY POLICEMEN 1'
are hurt as long as anyone Is held bark OFTHE STATE'S
ATTORNEY'S OFFICE (,

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was born inan obscure village,the child of a peasant woman i'

He. grew up in still another village, where he worked in ;

carpenter shop until he was thirty. : 'f ,
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Then for three years he was an itinerant preacher. He never
wrote a book. He never held an office. He never had a familyor
owned a house. He didn't go to college.He LYNCHING"' :
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never visited a big city. He never traveled two hundred k
miles from the place where he was born. He did none of the
things one usually associates with greatness.He .

had no credentials but himself. He was only thirtythreewhen
the tide of public opinion turned against him. His friendsran
away, He was turned over tohis enemies and went throughthe
mockery of a trial. He was nailed to a cross between his
enemies and went through the mockery of a trial. He was nail- ; .
ed to a cross between two thieves.While he was dying, his exe- BayardRustin Equail
cutioners gambled for his clothing,the only property he had on ITo Be
earth. While he was dead, he was laid in a borrowed grave
through the pity of a friend.Nineteen centuries have come and by Whitney M. Young .
gone, and today he is the central figure of the human race and Executive Director National Urban League
the leader of mankind's progress. All the armies that ever Mr. Young is the author of the newly publishedbook
marched, all the navies that ever sailed, all the parliamentsthat SpeaksThe "BEYOND RACISM.. t
ever sat, all the kings that ever reigned, put together, have :
not affected the life of man on this earth as much as the ONE i No Room At The Inn
SOLITARY LIFE.
Panthers And The PoliceFor Nineteen hundred and sixty-nine years ago a family came
To wish you all joys of Christmas and happiness for the New
Year. years and years black people in the South have been exposed looking for shelter in the town of Bethlehem. .
to brutal and arbitrary violence committed by roving They went from one inn to another,but everywhere they met ;
Opa-locka NAACP AnniversaryThe bands of white vigilantes.In the early 196Q's white civil-rights with rejection from the hard-hearted innkeepers. And sothey
workers from Northern universities caught a first-hand finally found shelter in a manger', where the Christ child was
of the Southern of night-raids and terror born.
glimpse phenomenon ,
Anniversary of the Opa-locka Branch NAACP will be celebrate that event. We in the
rejoice
and some even lost their lives in the process. There is now We coming of the
celebrated Sunday, December 28, at Mt.HermanAME Church, considerable evidence that this brand Southern violence has spirit of peace and the message of goodwill to all mankind.
2245 West Bunche Park Drive, Opa-locka. now' moved to the North. The recent police raids against the But the innkeepers of today- the men of hard hearts and
The Guest Speaker will be Rev. Jacob Cohen, minister of Black Panthers in Chicago and Los Angeles may not be Identical cold blood- are still with us. They too, celebrate They I.
Cohen Temple Church of God inChriston3rd Ave, in Miami. to the night-raids south of the Mason-Dixon, just as the gather around Christmas trees, exchange presents and greet-
Rev. Cohen led the reorganizing committee for the Greater Mi- Panthers are not replicas of Southern Negroes, but the simi- ings, and worship at churches consecrated to the message
ami Chapter NAACP and was elected president of the branch. larities are greater than the differences. The North now has Christ brought.
Effective January 1, 1970,the new minimum annual member- its own version of Klan terror. Who are the innkeepers of today? Who are the shallow men
ship fee will be $4.00 a year. The minimum membership to The behavior of the police in Chicago and Los Angeles is not of little faith who relegate justice and decency to the manger
include a subscription theCrisis Magazine will be $6.00. only a moral outragebutalsoasocialtragedy, They have sub- today?
The ten dollar membership will be retained. stituted the force of arms for the authority of law. When men Some of them are men of God,clergymen who pretend to live
who are entrusted to enforce the law violate the law, when, in by the word of Christ; who represent Him in too many pulpits. .
Do We Really Want Jobs? fact, they take the law into their own hands and act without They reject the social gospel at the heart of the Christian be- ',j);
ethical liefs. They close their doors to their black brothers and '
regard to judicial and constraints, then the legal basis help :
One of the most familiar and respected cries of the black upon which. democratic society rests is threatened and the reinforce the prejudices of their lily-white congregations.Some .
community after last summer's riot was that of their need for continuance of social order becomes problematical. The sole are business leaders, respected by the community.
jobs. We say familiar because it was one of the most talked dependence upon force to maintain order is admission that. Men of power; men of affluence. But they keep black workersin
about grievances. We say respected because something was law has lost its validity. At this point the only alternativesopen the lowest Jobs, refuse to hire and train the poor, and fight
done about it. to a society are totalitarianism or anarchy.The any attempts by other groups, including their enlightened
evidence available at the present time casts serious low-businessmen, to bring about change.
One year has passed and already training officials are hav- doubt upon the police account of the events in Chicago. It is Some are labor leaders,who resent attempts by black work-
ing difficulty in recruiting retaining unemployed people for not very likely that the Panthers fired first, as the police ers to Join their unions and qualify for high-paying Jobs. They
the empty job slots. If we're not careful the black community claim hide behind all sorts of devices
since there
were no bullet holes anywhere near the toavoidliving up to the equa-
might be labeled inappreciative.In police positions. At the same time there were 36 bullet holesin litarian principles of the majority of the labor movement.
sympathizing with the problems of the people involved In the walls near where Panthers Fred Hampton and Mark Others are government officials,who avoid the Constitutional -
these job training commitments, we can understand those of Clark lay dead. Hampton, who was found on his bed with a mandate for equality. They too, squirm out of taking aflr-:
transportation, restrictions on persons with arrest records, shotgun blast in the skull, may have been killed in his sleep. maUve action to create an open society. They too, see blacks
and the lack of sensitivity on the part of the training personnel One of the reasons the police have felt free to' declare open and other minorities as a perpetual underclass to be exploitedand
towards the trainee. However one of the reasons for leavingthe season on the Panthers is that the policies and rhetoric of the oppressed, whose legitimate demands for Justice must be
program was low training pay, and low entry pay when the latter have aroused little sympathy in the country. Certainlythe avoided.
job begins. outcry against the persecution of the Panthers would be far Some are civic leaders",who are neither civil nor leaders,
Surely one can't go into a job unskilled and take home what greater had they made any effort to appeal to a broad sectionof but rather reflectors of popular prejudices.Their "good caus
he may regard adequate pay check. Bigger Jobs bring bigger the American people. Martin Luther King advocated a policyof es" never include extending equality to all men.
money and it Is hoped that the Opportunities IndustrializationCenter non-violence in word as well as in deed not only because he There are many others; Educators who fear the black com
and EOPI's Concentrated Employment Program have was a pacifist, but also because he understood that the histori- munity and who don't teach black children the skills they need !
the intention of promoting those workers who prove capable. cal and political situation in the United States is such that the in this challenging world; policemen who thinktheyare judge, r
Though this seems to be a slow process,we should understand rhetoric of violence can in itself become a trap for minori- Jury and executioner all in one; college administrators who "
ties. One must protest what don't want their ivory towers sullied by students from dif-
skepticism on the part of the programs when people are steadily vigorously against the police have a !!
dropping out of training and leaving jobs that are already being done, and one should also support the right of black people to ferent environment
held. defend themselves, yet one cannot deny a fundamental politi- 'These-and many others-are today's innkeepers These
cal reality in American life: namely, that the ultimate des- are the men of rockhard souls who can only cling to their own
In an attempt not to let a good thing go down the drain,the tination of black people who resort to violence as a political tenuous self-esteem by keeping others down.
Greater Miami Coalition board of directors decided on four weapon will be jail, exile, or death. This is not a question of The man who doesn't want a black family to move into his
moves to be put into effect immediately: objectives or of ideology. It is simply a question of strategy. neighborhood and then goes to church to worship_ perhapsto
First, to develop a diagnostic center to assess the trainee With the emotionalism of all parties so intense, it is essen- pray that his neighborhood stays lUy-white--is more than
applicants before they are placed in programs. tial that there be an objective nationwide investigation into Just a hypocrite.
Second, to create a South Florida job bank to coordinate jobs all of the clashes between the Panthers and the police. A dis- He is morally sick, the victim of the disease of the soul that
and training programs in the entire area. passionate inquiry is exactly what one cannot expect from could bring this great nation to its knees.He needs to be cured
the FBI whose director, J. Edgar Hoover, has already called I or his illness will continue to infect our national life!
Third, to make use of the new MA-5 federal assistance program the Panthers "the greatest threat to the Internal security ol f The Christ child wasbornin a manger, but His message
I to advance trainees beyond the beginning program. the country." An independent commission, therefore,has been lives, and He is revered.
,And fourth, to increase human relations training for In established which is headed by Roy Wilkins and Arthur Gold- The innkeepers who shut their doors on the Holy Family are
t structors berg and of which I am a member.' The commission will Impose scorned and vilified. So too,shall their successors be scorned
The Greater Miami Coalition obviously does not want to seea a degree of sanity upon his explosive situation, and it will 1 and pitied, for they know not what they do.
good thing go down the drain,and we feel that the black com- let the public know the facts. At the moment there is a great In this season of peace, let us strive to broaden narrow
munity is not as lazy as they may think. need for sanity and obferMvltv minds and open closed doors.



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t By Lou LuTour RUSSIAN FABLE a i I SEE IT


The Hon. Mayor Charles Evers of Fayette, Mississippi is The five men sitting in Sergi Yokovitzkis office had on their By JERRY D. MITCHELL

strictly what the black would say"A Soul Brother all the way," overcoats and fur trimmed hats. Moscow is cold in winter and

even when it comes to interracial marriage involving those on the heat had been turned off- according Party instructions I
the city payroll. This he proved when two of Fayette's city promptly at one ovclock.Anyone who kept the heat on after that COMMISSION-MANIA

employer, a black policeman, Monroe Jenkens and Martha was considered by the Party to be disloyal and even worse -

Wood, the Mayor's legal aide who was white. Mayor Evers let totally uncommitted to the concepts of the Party Doctrine. The Commission this, commis- a verbal request or better yet,
it be known that they could not be kept on the city payroll as meeting was called to discuss how to discreetly get rid of one sion that, commission every- use extra sensory perceptionto
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Jenkens. Nikolai Breshniv. Nikolai had angered the Party.Hehad begunto thing. Seem as though when- lure people into their office.In .

Hon Mayor EVers was think and voice his opinion However,he was, unfortunately, ever I turn on the tube or pickup all of these commissions,

elected to, this office in May a pretty likable fellow The people he spcke'to while loudly a paper, my eyes are attracted the make-up of personnel will

1969 when the Negroes polleda e protesting what he was saying sneakily were patting him on by some strange un- depend upon what the group is t

2 to 1 voting edge over whites the top of his fur lined collar.When Nikolai smiled, there were known force that, says listento studying. For example, if the

in Fayette, Mississippi, r many who were observed to be smiling with him; when Nikolai what this group is making group were involved in the af-

where there is a nearly equal spoke of todays life being the'paradise that the Party had arranged study of. And the strange thing fects, if any, of radioactive
ratio in population. He clear- for the people they wondered in quiet undertones why about it all is that all of these isotope on marine life in the
stated his aim-to they were still so miserable. respected commissions have
{ ly build a tundra waters of Canada, the
I city, where blacks and white Sergi Yokovitzki rapped the table with his fist. He thoughtof literally popped up in the last investigators would be a teamof

t could live, work together in using his shoe,but it was simply too cold. "The Nikolai cap- year. specialists radioactivity,
er has been given to us.We must take immediate steps to stop
love and peace, in spite of all there marine life and skindlving.
Although are legiti-
this poor misinformed likable fellow from upsetting the citizens -
,
the evidence of hatred that had mate reasons for all the paperwork Or perhaps you had a com-
been prevalent before in this and file- mission studying the theoretical
i "Sergi, I have a plan," said one of the Comrades through backlogged
little Miss iss Ippitown.He the social scientistsmay probability of translunar
chattering teeth. "There is to stem his words and keeping,
only one
way
" to that he from the
again, prove point, spectulate that the rea- injection planet
the of his
yet
keep listeners.
I meant what he said the Hon. sympathy sons for this is in the ever- Mars. This group of-researchers : -
Mayor Evers along with the wa -- "No, no," Sergi growled, "we can no longer arrange a fatal increase in crime would include experienced
MAYOR CHARLES EVERS heart attack. Even the peasnts have sees through this meansto mounting
Fayette citizens drew thou- and corruption; the fighting in astronauts, astronomers,
sand (young and old, black and white) friends as well as dol- an end. Vietnam and the stalemated mathematicians, physicistsand
lars to the city's December 1969 "Love Festival" which was "But, Sergi," continued the Comrade, beating his body with talks in Paris the decline many others. In the mean-
,' the crowdin his 'arms to stimulate some warmth, "that is not what I had peace ; time all-man team is
climaxed by gospel queen Mahalia Jackson' leading in mind." amounts youth in their, this
"We Shall Overcome." elders and being taunted by their female:
of their
All the Comrades turned to listen to his respect
The Mayor refused to allow bitterness, hatred and envy to plan. beliefs of America the bread- counterparts who contest that !
"It is simple. We will admit him to a mental institution.
destroy him after the merciless rifle slaying of his brother, basket; the collapse of the space agency discriminates -
People even peasants understand breakdowns.And
nervous
Medgar Evers, whom he succeeded as NAACP field repre-, religious beliefs brought against women.
sentative in the State of Mississippi. no matter what he says, no one will pay him attention. After about by the technological ,Also, in an attempt to gain
all in his "
condition .
Among his notable achievements before coming Mayor breakthroughs in science and national attention prestigefor

were: Quick lactioning 1964,averting a riot by Jackson State !in"Comrade," Sergi"boomed, "you have streak brilliance biology; and finally, the ill- their particular study, the
you. What a plan! All the Comrades chuckled gleefully
College students after police had ringed the college campus their woolen concern of man for his fellow chairman of the researchersis
t with shotgun-carrying patrolmen, armored vehicles and vic- ,through scarves. a person whom dynamicname
ious dogs. "It really will not be so bad for him" Sergi went on. "Afterall man. means business. Take

The incident had been triggered by an automobile which he will get good care. Our mental institutions.are the best. To all of this, the psycholo- for instance Dr. Milton Eisen-

I struck a co-ed on a campus street, the subsequent shotgun And, he will be in a safe, warm place." gists will simply sum it all hower, brother of the late pre- I

wounding of three demonstrators and numerous beatings with The Comrades suddenly became quiet, each deep in thought. up i by telling us the shockingnews sident, who is chairman of the
Finally, a voice was heard to ask, "Comrades, did you say he that nota National Commission the I
:;!' pistols and clubs, caused student anger. although we are on
"
would be in
,i The world can surely appreciate and learn from this "BPC", a warm place? sick society,we are certainly Causes and Prevention of Violence -

Fayette, Mississippi's Hon. Mayor Charles Evers, who is They all nodded in agreement. a worried one. To thisaf- Or maybe Herbert W.
"Did I ever tell what I think of Lenin. .?"
really
you feet another commission will Hoover who released
carrying out his campaign promise, to work for love, peace, Jr., a
,j and better living conditions in Fayette seeing to it that everyone be born out of the clear blue report on the dangerous pol- t
'j WMSes: and Blacks enjoy equalrightsat all times. So, toa 'What Shall I Tell My sky to find out where we are lution of various waterways in ,

Mayor who took office with i s-thry of $50 a day-once a now and where can we go from Miami. Mr. Hoover is the mil-

Y month, we, give a much deserved salute-the Hon. Charles Children Who Are Blacks here. The doctors will makea lionaire son of the founder of
Evers, Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi,who feels that coopera- verbal request for John Q. the vacuum cleaner companyand
tion votes public to visit his clinic, since chairman of the Hoover
and
will solve black in
problems recent
money a
,
famous in the black 1 cultural move-
A recording of the now -
,
his ulcer have doubled Environmental Legal Defense
patients -
interview
he said "First you get votes,then some money, and. poem, "What Shall I Tell ment. She is a founder of the
people begin to listen to in the last year. On the Fund.
you. the South
Children WhoAre Black? DuSable Museum,
My otherhand, the mental health Until we meet again, have a
and other historical poems by Side Community Art Center segment is headed by psycho- joyous, happy and Merry
PORTRAITSGlobal will and other Institutions and or-
GLOBAL Mrs. Margaret Burroughs
logists, whom will'also make Christmas.
be available soon accordingto ganizations. She is in author

eugene Ford, president of poet, artist and teacher.Mr. .
wishes its friends around the globe
portraits
the DuSable Museum. Ford said that the priceof
healthy, happy and prosperous Yuletide season. We are also The DuSable Museum of the new record will be $3.

pleased to share with you "The Manger" written by Stella African American History, The museum, he explained, [LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
American Poets Fellowship
Craft Tremble President of the
3806 S. Michigan Ave., Chi- will offer a packet sale for$5.
Society cago, ni. will sponsor salesof The packet will consist of the
If I had the I would take
power, away
the new recording these record, a copy of Mrs. Bur-
Certain things in your heart this Christmas day. will benefit its Building and roughs' book of poems,"What Spineless And Gutless Citizens YieldTo
For pain in the body, I would give relief, Renovation Fund. Shall I tell my Children Who
For death and loss, I would take away grief, will read and of
Mrs. Burroughs are Black? a picture
For keen disappointments left in your heart: Evil Ignorant Law BreakersDear
her poems in the recordingwith a black mother and child,about ,
For memory of words that caused you to smart,
of
a background original 8 x' 10 suitable for framing.
For scars of unkindness left through the year music by Nate Vincent. The Each year the museum Issues Editor:

For heart-break and sorrow-for bitter tear, record will be 12 Inches and a Heritage Calendar. For I read your letter to FAMU in regards to eliminating the

I would take these away: and in their place, 33 1/3, a sound-a-rama pro- 1970 the Heritage Calendar classic parade, and I wept to see that once again evil has won

Would leave serenity that comes, from grace.In duction. It will be available will feature black artists and out, and the good must suffer for the bad.
manger of mind and heart, I would leave through the museum. their work. This is nowavail-
The courage and faith and will to achieve. Mr. Ford said that, "this able from the museum and is I find it hard to believe that you, and me, and the other law
I would bring here the jewelled gift of prayerAnd poem answers the manyques- yery useful for schools since abiding citizens are so 'spineles' and 'gutless,' that a hand

lay It with hope and a dream, in there.,' tions that parents, teachers, this information is not readily ful of evil, ignorant, law breakers can destroy everything we
All wrapped in withes of magic and wonder, youth leaders are asking these obtainable in our textbooks build up. They break up communities through fear; they close I
These gifts all year you could love and ponder. days of cultural awakening and It is recommended for our churches on Sunday through fear;they close our local clubs
I would leave in the of heart and businesses and murder and still we the
manger your growth: 'How can we make our 'clubs, churches and cultural through robbery ,
The courage and hope to make anew, start! children strong in these organizations. It Is $1.65 a sitidlelybyanddrawcloserlnour shell and do nothingbut
All year you would have the Yuletide Season: times?" calendar and $11.50 in ordersof give in to the unruly every step of the way. Can you ever

Each day you would have continual reason Mrs. Burroughs is a pioneer ten. suggest anything other than surrender?
To remember the distant Judean morn
Yes, they are law breakers and you and many others like you
When the of all was born! .
greatest gift
help to make them that with your quick cry of 'police brutality'ti
No certain day is He specially near, \r PHIL OSSOFERPHIL'S .1
whether the defendant is right or wrong. (Remember the 54th
Christ Is here!
To the,pure in heart, ever St. rock-throwing incident).
On Christmas, these things I would like to do,
But He, alone, does these things for you! GRIN NOTES: has to face reality and not try It's time the black man learned to be honest with himself
--- Honesty is the best policy. to escape it by taking a pow- and put the blame where it belongs.. ,Sure the white man Is

;;i----1 When God sees that you are der.Teachers guilty of many injustices to the black man,and when they were
rl SUBSCRIPTION on the level, He will raise are the only hu- burning, killing and robbing, you put the blame on the white

Miami Times you up to great heights. man beings who should be man, who are you going to blame for the animalistic behaviorof
1 The world must adhere to class conscious. people at classic time?
1 your
1 6530 NW 15th Avenue unity or it will be stuck with- "Sweet are the uses of ad-
Miami, Florida 33H7 I out it.The. versity." (Shakespeare). This Was Tom Washington taking the money from the black com
1 1 parable of the widow's means that when you get intoa munity home to the white community? No I Still they robbed

Enclosed please find the sum of $5.00 I j mite (Matt. 12:42-44). proves jam, God jars us, but onlyto him.When
1 that you give much when you preserve us.Selfsatisfaction. are you and Reeves and Butterball and a few others
1 to cover jhe cost of a one year subscription j give a widow bit. is a weak- going to stop letting your uneducated brothers use you as pondsfor

1 to the Miami Times. 1 Knowledge Is very impor- ness that's hard to overcome.It's their own gain. Now that you have succeeded in making the
tant In our progress becausewe a shortcoming that's long police afraid to help you for fear of the cry of race or bru-

can become no better untilwe going. tality you suggest surrender.Do .
1 .Mail Paper To ,. -
With stores
know better.Cosmetics so many openon
Add,... i ii multi-billion: Sunday, It's apparent that you plan to give up your home next, when they start to
deface it and neighborhood?
dollar business, but one can- businessmen have more interest your
i City,_ Stat._ Zip Cod._ not paint on spirituality. It in profits than in pro-

L.----____ _____________I must come from within. One phets. A disgusted citizen

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f 6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 26.,.1969 .._ u. u..L.___.. atA
Visiting Mrs. Fred (Lucille HICKS) worn Montgomery, AM. The Black Man Turns Me On Too!
! are her brother and his family, Mr. and Mrs. John McDadeand
daughters,'Sharon and Darlene. Valerie Jo Bradley, a young\ : the fact that we need that real,
r Thelma Outler was hostess to the Poinsietta Bridge Club. black editor from:Chicago: ,has super-cool, unhlbtted blackman
Glenda Edwards was her guest. written an editorial for the and that we intendto I
.) It's a girl (Sharelle) for Lee Norris (Adrianne) Morgan, Jan-fry Issue of Cosmopolitan keep him'"
BY CLARICE LITTLES who was born at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Dec. 14th. Magazine in reply to an
. Miami Times Society Editor Clyde and Pauline Willis have moved into their new homeon earlier editorial written by a
\ 174th Street. white! girl entitled "The BlackMan
Christmas is a time of sharing. of sharing the significance The Spiritual Melodies celebrated their Christmas dinner : Tarns M<* On." DRAPERIES
of Christ's birth and life, the ideals of peace and goodwill and exchanged gifts last Sunday evening at Toby's. Those attending Taken Down

then sharing gifts, food and fun. During this season were: Mrs. Lucille Shipp, Mrs. Evelyn Souter, Mrs. Miss Bradley affirms her DryCleanedBeautifully
reverence and merriment go hand In hand.Some of our Christ- Corine Milbry, Mr. John Souter, Miss Annie L. Shipp and pride in her blackness and in Folded
mas customs date back to pagan times.They have been adapted Robert Shipp, Jr. blackness sayinghe
to match the meanings of Christmas and complement the Home for the holidays from Clark College is Larry E. her nun's black, virile and Rehung
was "big, ,
wonderful story of the nativity. Each country has its way of Souter. cool before the white woman The OriginalLUSTRATONE
celebrating the holidays. Here are a few. Mr. and Mrs. John Souter were in attendance at the EDEN loag his
to realize as- DRY
Christmas customs in the Scandinavian countries frequently Rock last Friday night to the Miami National Bank's annual came
sets." Miss Bradley goes on CLEANING SERVICE
'. are similar, yet each has its own distinctive traditions. Christmas party.
! Sweden celebrates the festival of St.Lucia,who once at Christmas to say, "We're re Joiclnginthis 642-4684
and recognize
c: time saved the land from starvation. In her honor a new day

young lady in each community dresses in white and wears a Professional Wheeler .. ... .___.u_,.'_',_," .....'...'..',......,.._....._..:.._..,..:.,..,,.,,.:o:.:...:......... ............. ,...,.._,,_
crown of greenery adorned with lighted candles. .';">.1.-1.'i"G": "..';.';".".;".".1+;';,",w;';';';';';';';';'':'';::;::::"':':"'n-"'; '''''''':::'' ;
\- In Norway the Season begins two days before Christmas, on 1 the records" (secretary) Mr. ri. iris' HERE! ::.::.
i, little Christmas. On this day the presents are wrapped and Jacob W. Curry. He is a native ..

II I the tree decorated, On Christmas Eve the gifts are exchanged, A son, having graduatedfrom I
then the family sits1'down to the traditional dinner. Booker Washington Supreme Wig &
Each country sits: Niesse, elf-like creatures who live in High School, served two years :
barns and attics.'On'Christmas eve the family puts out bowlsof '. ; >1 in the armed forces, and is '.Y
mush or pud/Uilg./ When morning comes,the bowls are empty currently employed a motor Js Beauty Salon
proof, of course, that the Julenisser have enjoyed their .f: vehicle operator for the'post
Christmas feast. / office department of the U.S. .
Baptism of the Waters usually concludes the Christmas '.' Civil Service. He is now serv- !S
Hair Styling"
ceremonies in Greece. After'a mass of unusual pagentry, the ing his second term of of- Advanced ':.
procession winds to the waterfront. Here a beribboned crossis fice as secretary, which is ,o:
cast into the sea where swimmers wait to retrieve it. Who- > ,>1< indicative of his nature of Nf p4trmanentl, Wig Styling Hair Weaving is.:):

ever does can count on continued luck in the year to come. reliability, cooperativeness, |i Call: 691-9392 Master Charge
There is a Syrian legend that the youngest camel in the Wise and fulfilment in doing the job i
Men's caravan had trouble keeping up with his elders. In well. Brother Curry may you I 9110 NW 17th Avenue B. J. Higgs, Owner
compassion, the Infant Jesus gave him ever-lasting life. To- scribe us to the fulfilmentof :::N G1S. 1 : ::!::::&::.'::*; ;:::::::::& :!:;:':;:;:;: -:;:": :\It
day at Christmas time this "littlest camel" gallops swiftly -- .. """" ..--- our greatest aims.

across the desert bringing gifts to every child.In .
the boar's head and the Yule rotfta t irleaceeaduediep-.-
England, serving bringing "To promote brotherhoodand
log are pretty much customs of the past. good fellowship among
British lads and lasses take advantage of the "kissingbush men." This is one of the foremost -
," an ornament made of small wooden hoops concealedby objectives of the Professional Great End Of
holly, ivy and studded with lighted candles. From the cen- Wheelers Inc. For
ter is suspended a spray of mistletoe. wd have become acutely aware
British families put out sheaves of grain for the birds and that these are the necessarytools
display holly, which Is said to discourage witches and tax for unification. We have

collectors.A alsoascertained that progressfor
newer tradition the great Christmas tree in Trafalgar Year
minority groups can only
Square, presented annually by the city of Oslo in memory of be achieved through United
Anglo-Norwegian friendship during World War n. Action. To this end we invite
During the holidays Irish families put lighted candles in participation from other civic.
their windows an invitation to everyone, but especially to groups and private citizens to
those who, like Mary and Joseph, are looking for shelter.In Include our organization in Clean SaleDresses
songful Wales Christmas carols are sung to the harp in their iteniary of worthy civic Up
churches, in homes and door to door. The Welsh have an an- projects. It has been the fore-
nual prize for the best new carol composed that year. sight of our membership and D DOur
Both simple and elaborate creches are displayed with officers to establish commit-
equal devotion in many lands. The creche is a representationof tees to effect organized par-
the stable at Bethlehem, showing the Holy family surrounded ticipation in most areas per
by animals, the shepherds, and the three wise men. It was tinent to civic betterment and *: Sportswear
first popularized in Italy, by St.Francis,who fashioned a life- development. To focus our attention -
sized creche.In .
on a specific endeavor grateful thoughts are
Poland boys dressed as the wise men carry the Szopka, direct \
please your correspon-
t a paper model of the nativity scene, and go from house to dence to: The Professional l extended with sincere
I house singing carols. Wheelers Inc. PO Box 504; wishes for the New Year
_I St. Nicholas was Introduced to the new world as Sint Klaes Miami, Fla. 33152. Up To 60 Off. p:
or Sinter-Klaas- eventually to become Santa Claus. HEASTIE TRANSFER I
1 This week we have chosento

'":x; The Brotherhood of Christmas Introduce our "Keeper of _3000__NW__49th.._Street__ Our Regular Priecs ;

: Rev. Canon Theodore Gibson will receive the 1969 Lxmard wacsiatlsacsiiotfdo '- tlsac aceat Isatieuciaaaacextmacewwtwot_-wat mtiei !
,-:;' L. Abess Human Relations Award, it was announced by the
,Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The award is given
t for recognition of individual efforts in "firthering the goal of L ?
i' better human relations and contributing substantially to the
:, well-being of the citizens of the State of Florida." sr All Merchandise FromLory's
Here from New York to spend the holidays is Mrs. Maria N
J: Buford who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattie Jackson.
Happiness for Ellen Heastie is having her son, Joseph and
his family visit her for the holidays.Joseph, his wife, Ernes- 1 Own Wonderful StockLflR'S
tine and their son, Joseph n, will certainly add to Mrs. Eu-
nice Nelson's Christmas cheer. The Joseph Heasties live in YM
Washington, D. C. r ;
Friends of Mrs. Drucilla Sears Allen are pleased to know
that she is Improving at South Shore hospital after surgery.Lt. .
Michael D. Hart, a June graduate of A&T College is
home on leave from Fort Hood, Texas, visiting his parents,
,Mr. and Mrs. James (Harriett) Hart.A .
pre-Christmas cocktail party, Saturday night at .Delan- ,
cey's apartment was a fitting way to begin the season's festiv-

ities.Maurice -
Ferre is president of the Council for International -
Visitors, which is sponsoring a leadership training programfor :
..:
41 visitors from 21 Latin-American, African and Asian
countries during the Christmas holidays. i :
It's a girl for Samuel and Gerry Johnson. Ericka Elaine, 5
born Dec. 19 at Mt. Sinai Hospital weighed in at 7 Ibs. 4 oz. hll\!)(!)
Congratulations! i

Here from Detroit, Michigan to spend the holidays are Otis Our sincere wishes
and Marion Bannister and daughter, they are the houseguestsof foraMERRY
Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. (Martha) Sanford, 1001 NW 65th St. CHRISTMASand LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
John Wanza, Tallahassee, (James Wanza's dad)Is a patientat .
Cedars of Lebanon hospital: a
happy holiday seasonBROWNSVILLE .
6112 NW 7th AVENUE
TO ALL MY READERS:
May Christmas bring new Joys, renew old friendships and
awaken happy memories May your brightest hopes be ( Edison Center)
fulfilled in the New Year. x


HAPPY HOLIDAYS DRUG STORE HOURS:
Down from Albany, Ga. to spend the holidays with Sgt. and I

Mrs. Jesse Allen Nash are nieces, Marva and Rowena Moore. Monday through Saturday -,0,a.m. to 9 p.m.f .
Young Nash (Carroll) is all aglow tohave some teenagers at 4634 N.W. 27 Ave. Phone 634-7233

home again.. ,-- JatlPmt Kfilatl r- llldYgr- llgbaatlyacf MC itfEyo t- } t!



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Happily, hairstyles this fully for rewarding; results.
LINE-0-TYPE year had beautiful variety and Soul Happenings Wilson Pickett, Ike and Tina Turner on
With the advent of improved
So presented a stunning and con/ Miami Beach to kick off season-many other plays and acti-
Long 1969 hair the hair
stant change of looks to flatter preparations vities at Dade County Audloterlum and Miami Beach Convention

WALTER WINCHELL ONCE WROTE: "Time is a mysterious and beguile, to masterfullypoint fallout problem controlled.has been Curiousas considerably Hall Check your news where the Happenings are.

process moving inexorably from Infinity to eternity." up new !fashions or to
it sound hair Isanac-
Civilization:; is as ancient as the oceans and frame/ face with femininity. may Soul folk Dr. D. Simpson Post office workers, Santa
curate barometer of
stateof
as new as tomorrow.A split second holds the I Short hairstyles were sculpted your Claus- Etc Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Mrs. A Jones, I
health well
to halo as as your eating retired BTW teacher.. Mrs. Grace Albert former tat
past, present and future. ,The serene instant I the head; mediumIsugth habits Hair reflects principal
when night and day are balanced marks the styles faned: into physical condition tension your Phyllis Weatley.
:
,
end of one day as well as the start of another 'feathery fullness; curved under -
Tomorrow is woven out of the i threadof b i and arched up into fringy nervousness, illness, lack of Twas The Night Before ChristmasAnd
insufficient
yesterday. i nips; long hairstyles were romantically sleep, fresh air all through the slum-
and exercise and
YOU CAN APPRECIATE the miracle 01) ; in with the addition Weather, too InfluencesIt improperdirt. Not a creature was stirring not even a bum-
time by realizing the millions of years ol : of hairpieces and ornaments The children were safe and asleep five acrOss
hair tends to be more brit
With visions of toys they would never come across
evolution It has taken to carve the Kumar
tle in cold
weather and
hand. It is well to remember that clocks am In deciding your new hair- grows And I In my blue jeans and Russian Cossack cap

calendars and not the sole yardsticks of time.They are gadgets style for 1970 or for the holidays climates.more rapidly in warm, hiroid Had Just called the fool who invented ChristmasA

designed to regulate our da existence Time has no dates or choose a style that is weird hustling chap.

hours ._.. flattering and is in proper proportion Remember, the basic pre- Dig- out in the street.
PHILOSOPHERS ARE AWARE that the yardstick of Urn to you. Discuss your mise of healthy lustrous hair There arose such a fuss

varies with the conditions of our existence.A moment of agonyis desire for change with your is good general health. Know Just some dudes robbing a bus-
longer than an hour of bliss. A year of slavery longer thana favorite hairdresser, and then ledgeable hair care byyouandyour ,
decade of liberty. A million years is only a wink to an get a professional cut. The stylist will produce polished Deck The Halls With Stacks of Money Tra La-La-La-La-La

astronomer. Yet a decision a diplomat makes in a moment can building of a successful hair- resilient hair that will La.La-

effect thousands of years of history. style rests on the foundationof be, as It should be,your crown
a good cut. Let your initial and glory. You Better Watch out- You Better watch out
TIME'S STRANGEST ASPECT is the .nations. existing in expense on your cut be your
1969 live in different Atomic with -----.. -. -
ages. ingenuity mingles smartest Investment in
yourself -
ahead to 1970 !
prehistoric'hatreds. It is 19S9 in Moscow,Cuba and Red China Straight: -

.- but the spirit of Communism lives in a cave. Politicallyand FOR FINE PICTURES

spiritually some nations are still in the Middle Ages. Over The very best hairstyling

the roar of jet-propelled planes you can hear the steady throbof however, cannot overcome CALL:

medieval tom.to IDS.WHA hair that is in poor condition\ JOHNSON OF MIAMI ?
T,HAS HUMANITY got to showfor 1968 years of civi- Begin the new year by settingup

lization? Fabulous cities, wondrous machines, incredible a hair care routine with 6354140

,scientific accomplishments There are marvels winging your stylist and follow it faith-
through the skies and flowing through test.tubes. Mechanical
-
:magic galore. Material miracles that could defy the Imagination -

of angels. There has been great progress in curing ills of "
. ..\.. ,. .
the flesh. Yet.the spiritual maladies remain largely uncon- '
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.quered.
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AMID HUMANITY'S MOST startling materialachievements, X14' I' '

a shocking paradox exists. Within the glitter shimmering ROO3iM .. '. '.I ,

cities are grim shadows. In the most modern metropolis you 1.1.:,I :.
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can find luxury and poverty side'by side. Many who live in the .' ,

same world,don't exist in the same age.. .. ;' I ; I. '
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rocket while spiritual progress is no swifter than a paralytic I .'. .
turtle Just gaze at the front pages: Page One Indicates a A i n'W.r., MNKP q'w..h'A OWf

global holocaust.-, Page. Two heralds another triumph in the. Your Credit Is Good CHRISTMAS
\ fight against disease. WE CARRY OUR '.. ;::1 I .,t' 1,!'..., 1
I THE AGONIZED CRIES of the Minute Men made possible our OWN ACCOUNTS l "" :

liberty .. not the lilting strains of 'Yankee Doodle' or 'God
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SPACIOUS DKESUR :.,i,, H\ .1 1 '.
Bless America.: What the 20th Century can learn from the pastis OR BOOKCASE HIAO- "

I that only courage and hardship will guarantee the survival ROMP LAMPS.. niMWS SOFA,liD 24OUDO AND ,

of humanity in the 21st Century. The club was once a mighty MATCHING 0{AM IN CHOttl t\f"
''1 weapon _today it Is the atomic i and hydrogen bombs.But COCKTAH Of COLORS.TAKTAND 2-OTP TAlllS 3-MG :

.whether people live manage of bows and arrows or supersonic ORATOR LAMP*. APARTMM1
I sIn DINETTE WITH 4 CON
I rockets -- the essential decency of the human spirit has remained .tRASTINO CHAIRS.,.

c timeless. COMPtlTIK \ J STARTS FRIDAY
! THE IMMORALITY OF the spirit is mankind's brightest hope >R s2ir '

: because it insures the inevitable disintegration of despotism. ONLYLARGE

Time can shrivel the skin and still the heart -- but the teach DOUIlt DRESSER '? SAVE 20% ,0 40%/ AND MORE

.i1 ings of a man born 1968 years agoare everlasting. There CHEST. MIRROR AND PANEL. I
urn. And the precepts of the Bible have done more to'unite people BED. THIS SET All COMES FORMICA COMPUTE BEDROOM

everywhere than all the treaties, pacts and charters. The WITH MATTRESS AND MATCH.
RIG sox SPRING, 2 PILLOWS
fundamental religious truths have survived wars, earthquakes AND 2 lOVeLY LAMPS. IN.
and famines Catastrophe follows catastrophe,as waves break CLUDED IS A 7-PC. FAMILY
Size! DINETTC. 3-PC.SECTION.! ( .
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foundation of
wrecked the And
spiritual strength. only upon that .
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'foundation can we erect a better way of life. Of YOUR HOltE. \ : : :
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NONE SHOULD FORGET this compelling fact of civilization: COMMIT' $ r .u

When compared with the age of the seashumanity is still in ".
its dawn. There is still time to mould a world where no man o
I CHOOSE PROM MODERN '' >
: lives in fear -- and children grow up In peace. fRENCH. SPANISH. OR ITAlk "I '! .'j I""'
: IT TAKES JUST A modicum of realism to understand that AN SOFA AND MATCHING : it: :
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time is neutral. It is not a servant, but must be mastered. It COCKTAIL CHAIR. TABIE! AND 2 PMCIAMPS oo

, fights on the side that best utilizes it. It takes courage and ROUND DINETTE 0.......
TABLE WITH SWIVEL ROCKETCHAIRS
! patience and valor to move onward. A hundred hammer blows IN THE LATEST o ,

I may smash a rock. Yet the blow that finally shatters it is no DESIGN"" IVMARMURTRIPlfDRESSER WITH 2 TWIN : I
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! more vital than those that preceded it.. Tyranny, like can- MIRRORS. HIGH ROY CHEST 0 ..,,..1
cer, .still hasn't been conquered.Because it Is a lengthy strug HEADBOARD A NO'QUIIN INCLUDED SIZE IS A : f fo '

gle is no reason for surrendering. The cure for diseases, QUEEN Sill 4" FOAM o :;,

which scientists have been working on for centuries-- may be MATTRESS BOX SPRING AND, 2 PILLOWS MATCHING AND 0 o, ", .I. Io ,

discovering tomorrow morning.' '2 BEDROOM LAMPS. .,
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by decent men adds time to the lives of despots. Every human ... 000: oO'''011'- ::1111 Y! \

act is a ripple which eventually reaches the far shores of -. J
is the total biography of man who
history. For history every ..') !
lives -- and has lived. FURNITUREWORLD JIr ,

THIS NATION'S HISTORY offers the most striking illustration ............. ',:
of the ageless force of Justice.The faith that overcome the I 1 ,. .

rigors of Valley Forge made possible the triumph of Iwo Jima J .

''. George Washington flaming spirit burned within Abraham ... ) ,.
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'lano Roosevelt, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Martin Luther King, ': I : : \
Jr. and Robert Francis Kennedy. Most Americans have ?
never ceased battling for the ideals that motivated the Minute SHOP ALL 8 BURDINE'S STORES LATE FRIDAY NIGHT
Men. Jefferson's ringing words still find echoes in the heartsof

Americans today. The ride Paul Revere started has never

really ended. If there Americans fighting for liberty in the '

40th Century it will still be 1776. So long and a Merry 'I : ; ;

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December. 26.1969_ __ There are so many little things that we could do during the
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: Cookin'with so many ways we could show peace on earth and good will toward .
J. \.Ita OfSfS men. There are so many ways we could love neighborsand
help our friends.
.... ..'b.. k I can't express how hurt I was this past Thanksgiving whenI
,,. V BY VIVIAN WHIT? BUTTERy ask this community to help by giving food and can goods to
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some poor unfortunate people that could not help themselves
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MILTON "BUTTERBALL" SMITHLet's for these poor people.
I would like to ask all people this time of year to try to give
Xmas
Day
PERSONAL ANALYSIS NUMBER ONE Make Everday some love, understanding and affection to people around them
"Good will toward all Men." I would like to ask all people to consider themselves Santa
Take a good look at yourself.Be as critical as you would be We say this at Christmas time,we wish health and happiness, Claus and give not just gifts not just material things but love,
if you were looking at a stranger. If you were a stranger do Joy and success. Love and understanding,peace and fulfillment joy and happiness to each other.It .
you look like someone you would like to know? Be honest. Take to all mankind. We say such meaningful things once a year to is my feverent hope that at this time of the year we find
this personal analysis in complete privacy. Then analyze the each other. People that wedon't see for 364 day we see at enough love and understanding in our heart to make every
results concentrate on building up your strong points,and improving .. Christmas time So many neighbors come by at Christmas timeto day a Christmas Day.
; your weak :areas Remember "beauty is in the eyes wish each other good cheers. The Ball Yall
of the beholder" .. so. simply let the best be the most out- But what about the other days and months of the year? Whenwe
standing. The most popular people are often those with the best don't even speak ot our neighbors or when we do it is notwith
personalities, not necessarily those who are the best looking. love and understanding, but with malace and hate. How
SKIN -- Make a note of whatever it is clear or muddy many times do we go to Church during the year not to worshipbut
splotchy, sallow, smooth or lined with blemishes,blackheads to be seen in a new outfit or drive a new car. So that we a r ioifHi
can be considered as an outstanding member of our community
etc.FACIAL
CONTOUR .- Is it firm and youthful, or have youa ,
double chin, bags under the eyes,sagging cheeks etc., write
what you see. .
HAIR. Is it glossy,smooth,dull or normal, faded, stringy,
well styled, cared-for or neglected?
EYES- Are they clear and sparkling or dull, red rimmed,
bloodshot, dark circled: Have you crowsfeet,good or bad lash
es and brows? I / 1 1
BODY MUSCLE TONE u Write down. firm or flabby. A-i ark.
HANDS AND ELBOWS -- Smooth, well-cared for,or rough
red, chapped, etc? How about your finger and toe nails are r.
they properly manicured and pedicured,or do they look uneven, .
cuticles hanging, and nail polish chipped?
POSTURE .. Good or needing improvement? / S / /
MAKE-UP -- Does it improve your appearance?Is it care-
fully applied right color, natural looking?Or should you try a }:, ij
change?
GROOMING -- Are your legs and under-arms free of hair?
Is your hair clean and brushed,eyebrows well shaped or strag-
gly? Do you need deodorant? Do you look clean and scrubbed?
Model On The Go ..Willis Gaines,Bauder Fashion College. r''

Brother Ray Benefit Raises L\I
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ahead bring to '
WHIZ's Gospel DJ., Bro- all our friends
ther Ray, was successful in success, good health, _I II Is
and full measure of I
his latest attempts to raise ai I happiness. Thank you
funds for the United Negro for your patronage. -
College Fund. Working duringhis dYd .
hours away from fie Rise
microwaves Brother Ray co- .d
ordinated the benefit perfor-

which mance starred at City world Auditorium famous 0 : 111 I :pITY'
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television stars and chess recording .3.'. .3' :
artists, the Soul Stir- COLORKBARASHEUEY'ANDREWKEIR
rers and Dorothy Norwood and Perry's Florist DrfY\e'.ln'I "
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her Norwood Singers.Brother i" "
also emceed the event
Ray ,
which raised $8,000 much BROTHER RAY I 4340 NW 7th Ave. Best wishes for the

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MIAMI TIMES, Frldsy December 26, 1969 9

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Barry College Has December I

r ti GraduationAmong

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50 students receiv-
ing degrees conferred by the
Archbishop of Miami,the Most
Rev. Coleman F. Carroll,

BY DAVE BONDU D.D., LL.D., on Friday, De-
cember 19 in the Barry Col-
ByADLINE lege auditorium was Mary H.
C.'DwACfM IC AIQCAIgC '(
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d Gardiner, daughter of Mrs.

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Last Sunday, I heard Tom Washington talk about the "so .I
called" leaders and the black elected officials and how the soul tJffJ

brothers are robbing and killing their own people.He said that ,
those who go into a man's place business and stick a gun in 1
his face or knock a woman down and take her purse after n t :
she has done a lot of hard days work to feed her children are J i Y \
worse than the KKK. At this point I agree with him., Our peo- I
ple are dead wrong to do this kind of thing. As Tom said, "the

brothers don't go to Coral Gables or the Beach or to Flagler MARY !!. GARDINER!
Street, they come into the area where the poorer people are
who cannot fight back." Since that grocer on 15th Avenue killed Millicent Culmer of 1760 NW

the young man who stuck him up, other business men are $ 1i 71st Street.
getting guns and swear that they are going to shoot back. It According to Barry's president -
is sad when you are trying to shop and the owner of the store Sister Mary Dorothy
has to push an electric buzzer to unlock his door for you. O.P., Ph.D., "By introducinga

I take this opportunity to wish all of our readers a very December graduation, Barry
fulfills desire to
a
Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.May your next year, College
honor all students as they de-
be the very best you have ever had. From Mayme and I. e "
have a happy holiday season and take care. serve.
Introduced by Rev. Robert
.PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK Samuels
: Cheryl of
Bailie, O.P., Professor
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Alexander Johnson
Theology at Barry, the guest
VIP OF THE WEEK: TV Joe t-
speaker, the Rev. Edward T.
MOTHER OF THE WEEK Jean Seid
: Graham, minister of Mt. Zion
-- -- Baptist Church and chairman
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Neal Adams Grocery still MRS. ALLEN DWORKIS MRS. M. ATHALIE RANGE ALLEN DWORKIS PAUL LaPIERRELast of the'' Board of Trustees of
with another week to their 30th celebra- !
on anniversary
go Sunday afternoon, the sition and upon command"de The society will also repeat Florida Memorial College,
tion. Go by and happy anniversary to them. Count Basie
say Performing Arts society had frost" back to action, the audience their "Fiddler" in a tremen- talked on "Exits and En-
and Bennett the bill Miami Beach this week at
Tony sharing on
the pleasure of hosting an Incredible could not miss one bit dous fund raising affair spon- trances," today's reality.
the Diplomat. That should be a humdinger of a show. Lew amount of guests at of the "action" and thus was a sored by "the women of Is- Invocation was given by the
Price, Director of Miami-Metro Department of Publicity and the fall concert held in the perfect rendition of a somewhat rael" at the Hilton Plaza(now Rev. Donald Thibault, O.P.,
Tourism, and his staff working hard on the Orange Bowl fes- Hotel Fontainebleau's La- course-type stage pro- the plaza) in mid March. The also a Barry College Professor -
tivities and doing a great Job in publicising our fair city. They
Ronde Room. For those of you duction. president of this organizationwas of Theology.
have national awards that the other cities are
won so many who were there, I don't have to When the photographs are in the audience and was
about to give up trying to win.. tell you how successful the affair developed and selected for awed by the impact it had on FOR JAN. 10
An note Commissioner Earl Carroll in WATCH
to our
open County was. It seems that in a publication, I shall be happy to its viewers, she did not hesi-
quick note de pa r t me n t: As the county representative of the ,
room with a seating capacityof renew my explanation of the tate to offer money for its repeat ALPHA KAPPA
white and black I think it would be wise to fire ,
people, light a '
La
some twelve hundred guests action as you will see it. Mean- perfor mane e. Mr. )
under your fellow commissioners to clean up the Brownsville, around tables, one can remove while Ill invite you nottoforget Pierre of course refused any ALPHA PRESENTS
Gladevlewand outer fringes of the Liberty City areas. It is a those tables and double the attendance to look forward to our monetary obligation on their
disgrace to ride through these streets and look at the trash b
figure. Well that "Florida Showcase Special, part in return for top ling"
and garbage that are on the streets.lam sure that if you apply were which the must have.
wasn't enough. People Channel 7 (NBC), Saturday, society
your political influence the county manager and commissioners standing all over shouting February 7,1 p.m.,where you Believe me, there was no argument SEWING MACHINE
would realize that needs to be done. It is quitea
something "Encore! and what have you. will view in color segments there. REPAIR SPECIAL
to trash 45th Street to the 19th
seethe
sight picked up on say
Pve never seen such conges- from our production. Mr. La
Avenue county line,.and down the rest of the street are pilesof tion and pandemonium and'' Pierre will also be interviewed Next.week, I shall tell you ,.
trash and Junk that have Just been left. This is quite preve- rapport with. the performerson by a music conaisseur of about the ultra-chic "patrons
lant in all areas of the county, and we would appreciate some state. the network and "Fiddler On reception" which was held in Clean & Oil

help in this matter. We look to you and your fellow commis- When the ""Fiddler on the the Roof," exactly (minus the Mr. La Pierre's home, Wed- Adjust Tensions 'I
sioners. Roof cameo presentationcame dialogue) as it was presented nesday before concert. I hope Check Wiring
That is it for this week. Till the next one, life life every along, so great was the will highlight the final fifteen the photographs will be available Adjust Belt

golden minute of it. PEACE! appreciation, all those who had minutes. Believe me,you're in because both Mayor Steve Dclint Machine
seen the original New York for quite a treat. However, Clark and Mrs. Athalie Range Insptct&Lubricate Mote
said ours was better. Of before that date, I was asked donned smiles befitting the
course, the cameo version was to remind you about the Inter splendid affair with its 75
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applause the performerswould program pertaining to the one another.
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come. Now the question is, "Will we be ready?" Blacks have
J would like to take this time to extend my grandest wishes survived the sixties with great economical, political and educational
for a healty and happy Christmas to my parents, Mr. and Mrs. accomplishments. The new year should be regardedas
Clinton Taylor. I would also like to extend Merry Christmas
a mere "pushover" let alone the decade, for what do we
greetings to Mr and Mrs Tom Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. have to hold us back? What stands in our way in this society?
R. Cunningham and Byron Wayne, Mrs. Delores Harris and Parents and young adults would have mixed views in answer-
and Father John 'F. Kiernan and my great readers.
family ing this question. parents could probably come up with numer-
Merry Christmas, to each of you and may you have a gloriousNew
ous handicaps awaiting us in the future of seventy. We, the
Year. young adults, can't see that far into the future and consider the
Well here we are I Another Christmas has approached us.
strain unnecessary. There are some who may consider this a
out the check books arebeing over
are
The charge-a-plates ,
handicap. We see it differently. We say, "Why sit down and
almost deteriorating from
worked and the greenbacks are
poor think up problems." This, is a handicap. It is agreed thatthere's
over use. Yes, Christmas'69 is here.All of the little childrenare
nothing with being ready,but who's there to dis-
wrong
running around with smiles and haloes,attempting be the
that not made it thus far crossing the bridges
we've as
advertisements agree
sweet little darlings that good old Santa Claus loves. The ,
behold! we've gotten to them. These are the ones who we most respect-
on television are true sights to Every
sponsor Is saying that his product Is the cutest, the most original fully ask to move aside and "Make way for the young folk."
and the most modern Invention out on the market today- It is at this point that rd like to share with you a real
Just what your child always wanted They say those words so groovey rap. The words come from a song by Diana Ross and
It Sad SMw 01 f tie Meek the Supremes with a dialogue that has a message that won't
much that you and your child have begun; to believe yourselves.
Daddies and Mommies all over the world are working over wait. The song is appropriately titled:
time to get a little extra money to pay for Christmas. As my chrismatic, Christmas soul sister for this THE YOUNG FOLKS
"Christmas Is a special day. You've got to give gifts and week, I have Sharon Dyes. Sharon is pretty, intelligent Here !they come looking so alive. They're here for business
you've got to receive them." I ask In all ernesty, is this the and very sweet. I am happy to have Sharon as my buddy, so none of your jive. Brighter tomorrow are in their
only factor which distinguishes Christmas Day from all the lovely Christmas soul sister. Edison high school eyes. "You better make way for the Young Folks.
other days in the year? I just cannot believe that that is true. should be very proud to have her attending there as a They say yes, you say no. They ask you why and you close
I think of Christmas day In another aspect.Sure I think of it as senior this year. Merry Christmas, soul sister Sharon! the door. My old friend, I thought you knew by now. You can't

a time of giving and receiving because I buy many gifts for do that to the Young Folks.
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friends and relatives. But, Christmas Is more than advertisements You might not like it but I've got to tell you. "You better
toys and candy. These things are onlv small factors make way for the Young Folks."
which make up the true meaning within this Christmas facade Computer Programming At They're marching with signs,they're standing in lines. Pro
that we have today. testing your right to turn out the light in their minds.

'I Christmas is really a time to give of self, a time to love Lindsey HopkinsThe Here's the deal, accept it If you will. They're coming on
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others and a time to receive a bit of happiness for yourself strong, It's their time to deal. My old friend, I thought you
because you gave and love. Christmas is different for all people knew by now, "You gotta make way for the Young Folks."
for the simple reason that all people are different. What Lindsey Hopkins Edu- adults interested in this You may not like it but rve got to tell you, "YOU HAVE GOT
makes one person happy may not make another happy. Whatis cation Center has announceda course should register now at TO MAKE WAY FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS."
giving for one person may be a selfish Jesture to another new four-month course in Lindsey Hopkins or call 350-
,,' person. What makes one person love may not make another Computer Programming offering 3511 for further information. AROUND TOWN:
extensive classroom Everybody's Home and can find all old running
person love. This Is all a part of life. you your
Christmas is different for'all. Most of us know what it is experience in the operation of partners at either Soul's Place or Mr. D's.These seem to be.
If like to grow up In a black ghetto; Do we ever really think the IBM 360 Computer. y Miamian Graduates the main hang outs.
about how the outside world Is catering to us as a minority? Day and evening classes for Continental Club having Teenage Matinee on Jan. 1, from 4

I really don't think we do. I would like to ask you this question adults will be open to both men From Job CorpsMiss to 9 p.m.
How many times have you walked out of or into a big and women.No previous train- Glenda Thorpe, Miami Central senior,celebrated her seven'
department store downtown and seen the jolly little Santa Ing or experience is required. Barbara Scott teenth at home. In on the festivities were Gwen Sanders, Dalia
daughter
Claus standing outside ringing his bell? I bet Williams, Rose Reeder and Gloria Thompson. '
you've seen a Classes will be taught by of Mrs. Mary Helen Hen
lot of them downtown during the past few weeks. Now, answer instructors having a minimumof derson, 1032 NW 52nd St., Girls back from college sporting natural looks, galore.
this question for me. How many jolly fat, black Santas have six years actual work experience graduated from the Jersey Lynnette Williams gigging for big brother Emmett who's
you seen recently? If you have seen any, It's very few. It is in the data processing City Job Corps Center for home with his lovely fiancee.
quite disillusioning for the black children growing up here. field. Women, Dec. 9. Miss Scott, Wondering where the real people are.
Our children are growing up to believe that Santa Claus is a who came to the Jersey City ,
white man. It is heartbreaking to have a child disillusioned Registrations are being accepted Center, April 1, 1969 has 'GETTING ON THE CASE: '
now and classes will ,
into this belief.Christmas completed the in I've been home for about a week now and just about everywhere
course the
begin on January 5th.The
Is whatever you make it. If during this 1969 registration Electronic Assembly I have been and talked to somebody,they've usually had
fee is two dollars pro
Christmas holiday, you want to have a happy and enjoyable only gram. --the samaJh ng-to. y.-JFbls-was-that-everybody-was-so-
A minimal lab fee will
Christmas, then you shall have it.You shall have it only if you be charged for the use of the The Jersey City Job Corps phony" No doubt you too have heard the same thing, but just
put into Christmas what you want to receive from it. Christmas equipment. Center for Women, of which me, had It going in one ear and out the other. Well now rye began
should be happy. How can it be otherwise with so many the YWCA of Jersey City is to think about it and this really puts us In one heck of a

happy people walking, rushing and running around? It is not Classes will be limited to the contractor, opened on predicament.What .
. .' impossible .to have an unhappy Christmas holiday.Thousands, fifteen students, therefore March 29, 1967. we must realize is that we are in Miami. (I want to
millions of people, have miserable holidays all over the world. make it perfectly clear that lam not Just talking to the younger
Impoverished nations; war like-nations, non-Christian generation). We are Miami and it's a terrible thing to come
I a nations. No, having a year without Christmas is not an im i up in a society like this. First, speaking from the Black pointof
,. possibility. Taylor, Michael Thomas,-Lflbby Boston, Ted Ha miter and myself 1 view, we can't very well afford it.
:' Christmas can be celebrated in many ways am! in various Happy birthday again, Lovette and have a very Merry The puzzling part about all of this is why we find it so difficult
places. For Instance, how do the Imprisoned celebrate their Christmas. I j to be ourselves. Anytime one has to change one's person
: ." Christmas? They might celebrate it by wishing for-freedom, Happy birthday wishes are also extended to Betty Wright : to Impress someone else, it should be obvious that the person
wishing for family,wishing for lib ratedhappiness.Howdo the who turned 16 years of age on Sunday, Dec. 21. I II isn't worth it.

t hospitalized spend their Christmas? Some with family; howl send out happy birthday wishes to Jan Lowery who celebrated Let's get it together, we havetolivehere you know Enough
l '% ever, some with no one. They may spend it In pain and agony her 15th birthday last Monday. Said.
mental, spiritual and physical agony. They mayalso spend Happy birthday wishes and merry Christmas greetings are
,, ,I it being happy. it's not Impossible? Howdothe poor celebrate sent out to my daddy, who will be celebrating his birthday on J PERSONALLY SPEAKING:

, I Christmas? It is possible that many poor people have the Dec. 23. Happy birthday, Daddy! I would like to thank Eloise Taylor for doing such a wonderful

richest and fullest Christmases ever. If the spirit of giving, I would like to welcome home the 'young college people for : Job with her column. This young lady definitely has something
loving and sharing is there then a happy Christmas exists in the Christmas holiday. Some of the young men and women : to say and I only hope that it is appreciated
that same spirit. whom I am 'very happy to see back are: Rachel and Garth BE COOL.

The key words are giving, loving, sharing.One cannot exist Reeves, Diane Dyes, Edward Kyler,Ruth Clark,James Gaston,
I, without the other if the Christmas spirit is to truly live with Karen Edwards, Henry Williams, Calvin Flagg and many I
, in, among, and through people. No matter what color you are, more. Welcome home! I hope you enjoy your Christmas holi i T/\1TC< SHOES for $
no matter what financial standings you have,you can make each day. 'I w\JJLiU &
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and all. you! Merry Christmas! love you.
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a I would like to send out happy birthday wishes to Lovette Shop II SIZES 1 to 14:

McGlll who celebrated her 16th birthday with a sweet sixteen I THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE

party. I can certainly say one definite thing, Lovette is loved See Mr Jack..1 I "THE LAST WORD
s by a lot of people. Just a few of the cool young people at I "The Latest in Men's Fashions" III fASHION AND IN
Lovette's party were: Cheryl Edwards, Gary Range, Pam
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Grady, Gipson, Betty ''Wright, Tom Kaiser, Barbara Days, 1944 1'1' Rr'f"
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Your Local Boy To Sing In MexicoTwo k1
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members of the All- The All-Miami Boy Choir
Miami Boy Choir School have I School is part of the Divisionof
And YouBY accepted an invitation to participate I Musical Arts of the University -
r in the Twelfth Inter of Miami School of
VINCE COOPER national Boys Choir Congress Music. Paul A. Eisenhart is
in Guadalajara, Mexico, Dec. musical director.
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beautiful you They are Brian Thomas,12,
and
expensive God allow you a merry son of Mrs. Frances Thomas
holiday season, It makes one Christmas and a prosperousnew of 1791 NW 51st Street, and
stop and wonder
where
the year. George Rittersbach, 12, son
time goes to. Keep the calls coming to of Mr. and Mrs. George Rit-
Soon we will be Into another Coopers Canine Service, 836- tersbach of 4550 Alhambra
new year along with new prob- 4378. Circle, Coral Gables.
lems and new hopes. I hope
the new year Is a much better $10 Will Buy You A
and prosperous one for all of

you.After talking to many of youI 13-Week College CourseClasses

would like to pass this on to h
those I did not talk to, Into the literature In everything from child for instance, deal with RAINBOW SOCIAL AND CIVIC CLUB
new canine to contract bridge human behavior and how to
year
your service
will offer many new services highlight a79-coursecurricu- cope with and understand it. ,- ---.....- The members of the Rainbow Social and
and lower prices.Look for our lum for Miami-Dade Junior There are courses in read BRIAN THOMAS Civic club wish to thank their many friends who
ad the first of the year.If College South's Continuing ing improvement and creative attended the Rainbow Social Hour, making it a
Education Department this writing as well as English for The boys will join the success. The funds from the social hour enabledus
have
been
you fortunate winter. the Americas Boy Choir of 2,000
enough to have a little live The 13-week program, beginning For foreign students born.with a singers from North and South to donate toys to ,one of the pediatric wardsat
bundle of fur and need a little Jan. 12, is designedto bent, there is Japanese creative America, under the directionof Jackson Memorial Hospital. The ladies of the
help on a few of the problemsthat provide educational opportunities flower arranging, Jewelry Dr. Fielding Fry of Princeton club are: Left to right: Mrs. Jessie Smith, president
arrive with it, call 836- in a variety of subjectsfor sculpture, and beginning N.J., for performanceson ; Mrs. Beatrice Bynum, financial secretary;
4378 and we will be happy to those who wish to explorenew painting. New Year's Eve for both
standing: Mrs. Virginia Bennett, recording
secretary

help you. fields, revive old interests For the public and private audiencesand
professional man ; Mrs. Thelma Jones, Mrs. Alice Sanders
for nationwide ,
or increse profic- television.
Thank you everyone for or woman, M-DJC South offers -
making the first six months of iency in a particular subject. course in building con- vice president; Mrs. Emma Williams, treasurer,
my training service good The non-credit'courses s t r u c t1 0 estimating- data f Mrs. Curlene Carter.
months. both day and night classes,'processing, personal investments improve their tennis backhand
Our article this week will are open to anyone who wantsto and many others. or amateur photographers can Evans Tiny Tot Nursery School 1
register. The fee for most There are also many "how find out all they need to know
be a for short the one Joyous as we all season.prepare classes is $10 for the full 13i i to" courses for the hobbyist. about F-stops, filters and 3639, NW '15th AVENUE

week course. These students can learn how ,film. Ages 1 to 6
Next week our topic shall be yeors
Some courses, the Psychology to hold
a golf club, or get the
prevention of crime with dogs.MlCWllCWllCWIICI1IC Students Qualified teachers
of the Pre-School ;most from a bridge hand, or may register by Air conditioned
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write phone or visit Hours 7-5:30:
Afro-American Life Insurance the M-DJC Continuing education LICENSED: (Mrs.) Arnetto Evans, Director
Company
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more than 700 admirers City said, "We're glad -we said part of her chore as exe- that the poor have a right to from Governor Claude Kirk, ty Affairs James Richardson,

in attendance, Marie S. were living in a house by the cutive director was the strug- work and not to be hungry. Congressman Claude Pepper, OEO Regional Director Wil- I

Carl, Executive Director of side of the road and you came gle to prove to the affluent Telegrams and messages State Secretary of Communi- liam Suttle and many others.CferksGraduafe .

EON, received official tribute by one day."

from Dade residents and Garth Reeves, editor of the From CEP Training ProgramThe I

dignitaries at a testimonial Miami'Times and president of, -
dinner held in her honor last the United Black Federation Polk liaison officer to
E.O.P.L Concentration Miami training program lasted 24 exercise. Refreshments were
Friday night.Sponsored. served as presiding officer. Employment Program's classof Skill Center representing weeks. served after the program.The .

by the membersof clerk-generals' graduation CEP.Mr. Miss Jaci Hayward,Train- graduates were: Norma
the Neighborhood Policy Acknowledgements came exercise was held Friday Polk worked closely ing Coordinator at CEP in the Alvin, Phillis Beal, Estella
Board of EOF I, the banquetwas from many noted South Florida evening, December 19th at the with the graduates in seeing closing remarks stated that Bell, Josephine Bradley,Shirley -

preceeded by proclama- governmental leaders such as Ebony Auditorium. that significant placementswere she, along with CEP's staff, Bullard, Susie Coley, An-
tions from the Metro and City Miami Mayor Steve Clark.
The Executive Director of gotten. He stated later was very proud of the seven- nie Cromer, Marie Grant,
Commissions declaring De- "Two years ago, EOPI was EOPI, Mrs. Marie S. Carl pre- that he was sorry to see them teen graduates for they were Gussie Green, Sarah Green,
cember" 12th "Marie S. Carl about to fall flat, but due to the sented an inspiring theme, leave the "CEP family" for the first class in the history of Vernell Hollis, Willis Thompson -

Day. efforts of Mrs. Carl, the pro- "The Elevator to Success is they had become a legend in Miami's CEP, that hadbeen Naomi Kelly,Hazel Moul-
To show their gratitude for gram has proved to be a vital Out of Order Please Take acquiring their skills in sucha placed in meaningful employ- trie, Oppla Smith, Norma
Mrs. Carl's services in office, force in helping the community. j t The Stairs," as the guest short period of time The ment before the graduation Spencer and Ruthie Zeigler.
people from the EOPI's nine
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target areas contributed $1- praise graciously. Mr. Steve Vegso, Super-
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honoring Mrs. Carl'sfather "vln this room," she said, where graduates were

the late James Clifton are people who remember me trained, along with Mrs. Ca-
Smith. as that- little fat girl from St.
therine Gipson vocational instructor -
The Catholic Archdiocese of Augustine. There are repre-
Miami added $250 to the fund sentatives of families who fed awarded graduates
certificates for high achieve-
which will go to support the my father when he was tryingto
ments in attendance,skills and
Florida Memorial College Li. make that first month as
attitude. Mrs.Gipson remarked -
coach at Booker T. Washington. -
brary.Mr. .
"This class has certainlybeen
Smith who was a'dedicated There are people who fed
an outstanding one and
scholar former me when I came to Miami.
was a la
will be remembered by all at
chairman of the college's, the Miami Skill Center.. -
Science Department. "The war on poverty-so me- _.n._.._ __ __.. __ .
times in poverty-can, must The graduates presented a
Many voacl tributes highlighted and will,be won," she continued plague to Mrs. Gipson that had
the gala evening at the "not by individual all of their names inscribed on Left to right: Sarah Green, Gussie Green, Susie Coley, Hazel Moul-

Dupont Plaza and all with sincere by, unified any effort. God Bless it. Other gifts of appreciationwere trie, Oppie Jean Smith. Josephine Bradley, Norma Jean Alvin, Willie S.

I I ; appreclatipn ,for 18 you, and I love you too." presented to Mr. Vegso, Thompson, Phyllis Beal, Mrs. Catherine Gipson, instructor. Not shown:
months of dedication and deli- Mrs._ Carl and Mr. Richard Norma Spencer, Vernell Holli Bullard
Shirley Annie Cromer
geace ,evinced by Marie Carl. Editor Garth Reeves In cit- Marie! Grant,
"',,Emnii:.r Powellof. ,Liberty, ing' Mrs.Carl for her efforts Estelle Bell, Naomi Kelly, Ruthie Zielgler.




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Personality, Poise, And Preoetual Motion. 1 I ,Boy Scouts Buy .
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LaVern Smith, age 22, and modeling classes under Among the busy beauty's

share busiest models of her spends time creating a good Smith daughter of North of Mrs. E.N. Ruth the direction of Mr. Daniel at credits are a "Jumbo" television 6,000 Acre CampA

Miami Beach, Richards Downtown Depart segment, in which one
That's competition real confidence.for herself. finds time in her busy schedule ment Store. of her fellow performers was 6,000 acre camppropertyhas perty", stated White at a recent -

to teach a .series.00 ._.of... charm.__... .d. A graduate of Miami-Dade Clarence the CrosseyedLion been purchased by the Scout meeting
Junior College's fashion a finalist in the Orange'''\ South Florida Council, Boy
Bowl Queen competition a Scouts of America, accordingto
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course, Miss Smith not only The parcel was selected
its PresidentJohnEWhite
stint onBurdine's .
won the decision of the fashion College ter a three year search by a
Board fashion shows for Saks Located midway between the
for o.j
authority judges outstand- committee headed by McGreg
5th Avenue and Florida Turnpike Wildwoodexit
Richards
ing "Model of the Year"of her De- or Smith of Florida power and
partment Store and convention and Inverness,Florida the
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graduating class, but was vot- Light Comapny. "Six other
new will serve boys in
work for Bristol camp
ed "Most Promising Model"by Myers properties In the south half of ,
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where she promoted Vote I
her classmates. Florida were seriously consi- ,
Toothpaste, and similar activities Counties.
When not working as a fash- for Pepsi-Cola. The property, which is dered", according to Smith. \

ion model, LaVern finds timeto bordered on the west by the

appear in television com- "A working model has tobe Withlacoochee River, is completely "This property had everythingwe

r rr, mercials such as"ManFromGlad" prepared for any opportunityor fenced and undevelopedand felt tomorrow's dream
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t.B < and Braniff Airlines, situation," LaVern advis is on predominately high camp should have."
and recently found herself es. "That's why in the 'Path ground. It contains extensive

making a picture, "Darker way To Charm' we try to prepare wooded and grassy areas.
t'' 818 MI 4r. 'R. ,t 4A Than Amber," which was the girls who are interested "One of the largest private Committees to establish
Y filmed locally. in modeling to be as versatile ly owned camps in America, priorities of development will
this new will meet be appointed in the near future,
"Naturally, I love modelingand as possible. Of course, property
acting," smiles the slim many girls take the Course our council's long term camping according to White.

and smartly-dressed lovely, Just for confidence and self im needs well into the next

"but there's Just not satisfaction provement. Either way, it's a century", says White."Initial
that matches watching great help." development will probably include ft
construction of two lakes
ri some of my young students begin Registration for the Spring
RQh two separate Boy Scout k
to blossom as their self-
classes will be held in the
confidence camps, a canoe base for older
grows. Credit Office of Richards Department
Explorer members, and cen-
The To Charm' is Store
'Pathway from 10 a.m.
tral
facilities. It will provideus
a 10-weekcharmand modeling until 2 p.m. on Saturday, December with unlimited facilities to
course open; to girls from 9 to 27th, and January 3rd. camp non-Scouts from disadvantaged -
19 years of age which LaVern Price of the Course is $25 for "
areas as well. The 2
teaches every Saturday at ten weeks, with a special priceof The property, as yet unnamed Taylors

Richards Downtown Depart $21 for Richards' charge might ultimately contain and their employeessay

>''.,11 SHERMAN WINN'rmDm/ VOUR HOST ment Store. customers.STANLEY ten Boy Scouts camps, :

each serving 300 boys per NO MORE

; week. Each camp would operate TAILORINGBUSINESS
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SHERMAN WINN, V. P. and general mono by a buffer strip.In a ten week CHRISTMAS -
< < ;< ," '/J:" ger, your fellow-Dode Countian welcomes I YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PRESCRIPTION STORE summer season, as many as We have too much workl!

y;'' you casion.to the Let BALMORAL our catering for department that special make oc 8690 NW 22 Ave 691-3741 30,000 boys' might be accommodated Thanks for the many ,

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6.7792 DRUGS COSMETICS QREETING CARDS long range population growth Come again after Xmos.

>,'", oC BALMORAL! expected of South Florida,and Easter orders start now! t,
FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY
the rapid disappearance of undeveloped Phone: 757.4827 '
On thi Ocean' BAL HARBOUR land in our state,
SHERMAN WINN it 98th Street MIAMI BEACH ti MON. THUR SAT. 9 AM-9 PM SUN. 1 TO 5 PM you begin to realize how luckywe .. 108Q NW 54th St. ,
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((1)) Will Fuller has been a professional Scouter since 1954. He works

full time helping young men find their future through Scouting. As Directorof .
Community i Relations for the South Florida Council, Boy Scouts of 4 dp4e

America, Will Fuller supervises organization efforts in the council's dis. +r i
advantaged areas.
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((2)) The first campout is always the best for a new Scout. These new
Scouts recently went to their first camping trip as a result of the Boy Scout

HOW Wagon, a new program. of the South Florida Council, Boy Scouts of
America.


((3)) A gift of the Sears Roebuck Foundation, the Boy Scout HOW Wagon
has become the center of activity for boys 'in Liberty City-Brownsville. :
More than 200 boys haVe become Scouts since the HOW Wagon began its -
I weekly visits to playgrounds in Miami's largest black community. ((6)) Fry an egg on a tin can? A Scout can do It anytime, as this Miami
Scout will tell you. He's one of more than 200 new Scouts now in the program

: because of the Boy Scout HOW Wagon, a mobile office trailer that
visits Liberty City-Brownsville the Boy Scout pro
playgrounds bringing
((4)) Peter Knowles is Scoutmaster to two hundred boys., Each afternoonhe IU"...m t o new' b oys each! .weeK._ .. _
visits a different playground in Liberty City, the major black communityof ATTENTION CHURCHES

Dade County, Florida. Knowles conducts troop meetingsaround a mobile In Januarythe
office trailer called the Boy Scout HOW Wagon. Beginning Miami Times will feature -

I HAVE A PROBLEM! a Church Directory.Fora
WATCH FOR JAN. 10 nominal fee of $10 per
WHAT'LL I DO? will run
((5)) Putting up a tent in the middle of a housing project playground is ALPHA KAPPA Just Phone: month monthly, the the Times name of the
r of for in Miami's James E. Scott Homes. Under
part Scouting boys living ALPHA 757-4827 church, its address, pastor
the leadership of college young men, like Peter Knowles, dozens of Scout L PRESENTS American Spiritual Church and reporter's names and
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versity.She Forbes are announcing the engagement uate of Miami Northwestern
is a candidate for Ph.D.in of their daughter, Senior High and Miami-Dade 2966 NW 47th St.
counseling and is on pro- Selena Louise to Mr. HermanE. Junior College north.
fessional leave from Miami- Sands. The wedding is Mr. Sands is a graduate of
Dade Junior College south :scheduled for December 28, Miami Northwestern also and 633-9396
campus. at the Church of the Open Door, is presently a student at Florida -
Mrs. Smith is a combina- Rev. Harold Long presiding.She Memorial College.

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((2)) The first campout is always the best for a new Scout. These new

Scouts recently .went to their first camping trip as a result of the Boy Scout

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has become the center of activity for boys in Liberty City-Brownsville.

More than 200 boys haVe become Scouts since the HOW Wagon began its
I weekly visits to playgrounds in Miami's largest black community. ((6)) Fry an egg on a tin can? A Scout can do it anytime, as this Miami
Scout will tell you. He's one of more than 200 new Scouts now in the pro-

gram because of the Boy Scout HOW Wagon, a mobile office trailer that

Peter Knowles is Scoutmaster hundred visits Liberty City-Brownsville playgrounds bringing the Boy Scout pro:
((4)) to two boys., Each afternoonhe gram to new boys each week. """
visits a different playground in Liberty City, the major black communityof CHURCHES
Dade County, Florida. Knowles conducts troop meetingsaround a mobile ATTENTION
office trailer called the' Boy Scout HOW Wagon. Beginning in Januarythe feature
Mia'm I Times will -

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WATCH FOR JAN. 10 nominal fee of $10 per
WHAT'LL I DO?
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part of Scouting for boys living in Miami's James E. Scott Homes. Under ALPHA : monthly the name
151-4821 church, Its address, pastorand
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She is a candidate for Ph.D.in gagement of their daughter, Senior High and Miami-Dade 2966 NW 47th St.
counseling and is on pro- Selena Louise to Mr. HermanE. Junior College north.
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-nn n n. Staple (Family memberof the Famous Staple singers)DOW performing -
God As I BelieveThere Dr. Martin Luther KingGod as a single In "Rock and Roll"soul shows around the
nation, recording for "Stax Record Corp. "Fox-zzyanddoing
are so many things that man cannot do. gave you a King her thing*. Mavis Staples' latest hit, "A house is not a
There are so many things that man do not understand. And an important message to bring home" is No. 4 in the "Soultop20 sale survey. Diana Ross
There are so many tilings that man do not know. That's why God gave us the great King (Lead singer of the Supremes)being present at the Ed Sullivan
These are man's limitations that are reserved to our God. He led his peopU in marches (Sunday Nlte) show last week where Mike JacksonThe eight-
Yes my God, and your God. The God that I have not found A great battle he fought year old genius) and his sensational "Jackson Five" were
between the pages of a book, inside the four walls of a church, Many miles they covered performing was Official, she's their manager. .Elizabeth
or In the mouth of a minister. Soma didn't know what it was all about Knowles, (The former "Miss Bahamas" of 67) one helleva

That's why God gave us the great King pretty girl. .23 year-old School teacher Patty Sadler, Day-
Does It sound like I reject the.God that I was taught to love. tona Beach, "Teacher of the Month.". Ann Gaines looking
Maybe not complete rejection but frustration. So frustratedam He taught us about the bible pretty and very cute these days...We are all hopes, that Mu-
I that I question the true existance of a Christ. Yes, I know And to think of the days of old : > hammad Ali and Joe Frazier (The two World heavyweight I
you feel that I am lost but I feel that I an found. He made us stop and listen ; ( /. Champs) wo' ld fight for supreme rule someday,but as of now
'I am, so founded that I can now seek the true God, the true that there were stories that r 12 there's plenty doubt that they ever will_ i
King of Kings, the God of all man made Gods. The God of the had never been told. .'. ,
yellow, the God of the black, the God of the white, the God '
of the red, and the God of any such combination. Not the He taught you about self-dignity fI .,," >

King of the Jews but the God of all creation. And to hold your head up high ?i'I')] (
Teaching us Non Violence because
Many people believe because It is customary believe.. Many God was by our side. ;
people don't believe but are afraid to say that they don't believe '

or to even question their false belief. However, your He said "we shall overcome" 19b9
belief belong to you and no one has the right to confront or he gave us the plan J
condemn it. This is also reserved to our God even though WMng there together y
some people play the role of the Almighty.The going hand in hand


processes of nature is so complex that man cannot con- Let his living be a MemorialLet
ceive its interaction. I believe that life exist in all of God's his death not be in vain
creation, even the things that man considers innate have a He delivered his message
form of life through interaction with other forces in nature, a That's-why God gave us the great Kingor
life thats unknown to man and quite simple to God. ( ) Dr. Martin L. King.Thomas .


God is all powerful, unselfish, and not Jealous, (why should 0. Hill
God be selfish or Jealous). God is Just and merciful and wel- Gainesville, Florida
come questions that leads to better understanding of nature
and the existance of the Almighty. Old Christmas TreeOld
Hypocrisy is a way of life for too many people that often boastof : Left
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE-PICTURE SET. ( )
their Godly ways. The purest creations of God is silent and Christmas tree, once young and green, Dorothy Littlebit and Pear line Shelton (Two Trenton NJ
often cannot and does not communicate. The purest life is had been aesigned to please a Queen; "and
models) asking about big time Chris "De-lover they are
death, the purest life is death. If I be doomed to hell for the to stand regally beside her throne, wondering what made him start to wandering around Miami. .
belief that I freely express then rm willing to pay the conse- that's why the pine cone had been sown. (Right-Top) Everybody's talking about the nice thing that"Soul
ask for giveness. But at the same time r m thank-
quences an Brother No. 1," Singer James Brown did last week. James
ful to God, thankful that I did not live a life of hypocrisy. But other trees had gone Instead, Brown with his great Band and Revue, produced a special at
Roy A. Barry had royally served and now were dead; of
the NY125th Street Appollo Theatre for six poor people
this tree now bent was much to, old '
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Harlem. Food for the old,toys for the kids Mr. Brown went to
HelpsU To Pray II. II her emerald green 'was' burnished gold. all the big stores on 125th St and they all joined in with the
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1-, '* crusade. After each of his appearance on stage, he thanked
Wild deer and bear had known her shade
where I
, everybody and said "I haven't forgotten who put me
Father In Heaven help us to nests had been made ;
pray; : so many long ; I
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it's all people out there. you,
To ask for the best for all : : am today, you
today. bn her gnarled trunk were marked the years with stand-
wouldn't be here. Each time he walked offstage a
All, cannot live by bread alone; seasons had passed left their tears. Lauderdale School
ing ovation. .Miss Kirklyn Smith, or Fort
To build a Church we need lumber and stone
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; teacher of(the Christmas Holidays)December.(Picture,right
But more than that, true love within; No woodsman blade would fell this tree J'A
bottom) Ain't she cute?
Love of You in our heart, in our Church, routs gracing our woods with dignity; iIJ/\ ROUND ABOUT TALK-HAPPY HOLIDAYS. .NYC-Hand-

every sin. each Christmas Eve, His stars her' crown, k.' ,r c __" some Allen LaMarr (out off Saint Petersburg, Fla.)recovering
Irene Curtis Wallace she looks so young in her white gown.". ) from a car accident which almost took his life. .Prety Betty
(
Gene Griener \ .' Bukes (also St. Pet'burg) now living in Philly Pa. .Looking
,1 good and foxxzy. .YTJLE TIDE GREETING toall people In the
THANKSGIVINGFor world, Peace be upon us all. .In New York, we think of
"White Christmas" with plenty of snow,"Ice skating and sled-
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For Progress In these United States Sunshine. Wherever you are, may that Beautiful Star Above
Claus, the man all dressed in red, For Pete Conrad and his merry mates. Guide you like it did the Sheppards. MERRY CHRISTMAS.aaKSiMiBfeM .
Wears to warm his head. Thank _.. .. _
a cap you ---'. hl4C > ci9fltB89flaMiaira9fl e aiBe>MFRANKLIN'S .! zUI
He usually carries lots of toys,
Just to give to girls and boys. For the stars stripes on top of the pole, !

For students striving to reach their goal, J CARPET
He has some helpers known as elves, For the zobel prize, for the College Bowl.
They make Santa's toys and store them on Thank you
shelves. lG 8650 NW 22nd Ave. $N

Jolly old St. Nick checks the toys twice, For the' aches and pains that we have not, GR CARPET SALES AND CLEANING o

Just to see if they're all nice. For that drumstick getting hot, I ," WE HONOR MASTER CHARGE MACHINES
For Pumpkin Pie, Ice cream, the lot. I
Now Santa Is ready to give out the toys, Thank you ; S4' 1 k sI

So he climbs on his sleigh, all full of toys. I, I ii ]I ; Jtv-; !;
His reindeer fully up, up in the sky, For the gong that signals "take you seat", ;
Carrying a real nice old guy. For the turkey and pumpkin pie, we eat, I '
For the things that make Thanksgiving complete I 'ii' r
Now when its morning the children wake up, Thank you I ; ..
Some girls get dolls, and some boys get pups. !I Ii 1(11
Now this great day is coming to an end, For the Church bell when it rings, h
So all I can say "Merry Christmas My For your brothers tenor when he sings,
Friend." Ralph Catala For the Faith to which your sister clings.

5th grade, Greenglade Elem. Thank you

For, the Home Sweet Horns we love so much, {

Rocket To The MoonA For her boudoir with that feminine touch,
For our youngsters and their rabbit hutch. -11'
Thank you

night to the celestial sky,
The giant mission blared;
A rendezvous with stellar spy, For 'conquest withou the aid of sword,
Audacious earthlings dared. For three brave astronauts aboard,
For reverberating world wide chord,

They map and plan in distant sphere, Thank you
Midst throngs of asteroid; ,
For so things we take for
many grantedFor
They left behind earth's stratosphere,
the gulf, by setting sun enchanted,
For clouds of planetoid. CARPET CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR
For the lovely babies we all have pantied.

Incredibly their ship of space, ". Thank you PLANT
Responds to lunar streams FOR FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL .
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So let us all be more thanksgivingFor
Thus bringing to the human race,
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Fruition of its dreams. our pleasant way of living, or 635-3641 .
Join me in being more Thanksgiving.Won't .

Percy Pinder you Ben' Curtis ,. xu fVllr1l1! 1l "IT J'( nn r..n ill 1I..JlI e..



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r .IV. Dinner Party For Foreign StudentsLeaders Afram Move's, 'To New.,' Quarters i r.

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01 me wegro.com- International AFRAM House, an all black
development
of
ladies and gentlemen.For further past.week. The
munity will entertain forty the U. S. Department of State operated business special
foreign students with a din information and donations ly based In
and studying at universities in lag In cosmetics and cosmetic
ner party Sunday, Dec. 28, different sections of the United call: Miss Blanch Cal- aids geared toward use by now have had
from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at the States. They will be In the lowy, chairman: 757-8487 black females and males, has foot building
home of Metro CommissionerEarl Greater Miami area for a sold out their initial stock of- structed for
Carroll Hon Dinner Christmas seminar L fering of 450,000 shares at AFRAM .
sponsored
2033 NW 141 .
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Chairman. by the council for international $1.00 per share, it was an- -'-"-- "
These students are in the visitors (CIV)during the Yule- Help WantedCoin nouced by Blanche Calloway, Florida. -
USA from merica, president.
Africa, the near East and South tide.Plan to attend this 5s-
dinner
East Asia, via the agency for party and meet these laundry and Dry AFRAM is a wholly owned
foreign Cleaning drop off. subsidiary of Majestic Deve-
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day. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. public less than one year ago.
Call: The stock can now be traded

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IN MEMORIAMIn RichardsonFRANK Alberts


II[ CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I sad, but loving memory ofa DAVIS of 1356 NW Mrs. Florrie Davis of 533

: dear mother, sister, aunt, 46th St., died Dec. 20 at North NW 4th Ave., died Dec. 16 at

sister-in-law, cousin and friend Miami General Hospital. Sur- Jackson Hospital. Survivors

Include four sisters include Del-
fio" < ,. vivors granddaughter
'f.r .j;
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Peggy Edwards, Nancy Behn, phine Pinder; two grandsons

I loving memory of our ..J"'J':: :::: Lila Whittey and Millie Eaton Russell and Anthony, great
beloved nephew, loving memory of our dear sad but loving memory of one brother Harold. Remainswere granddaughter Nor r i n e Pin-

mother and sister, our dear husband and father, shipped Tuesday to Ocala der. Services were held Sat

MRS. BARBARA J. -.a, ..>,a {............. t." : i h 1 k7 t' : for final rites. urday in the chapel.
1 ,t LEVERITY DAVIS a 1L
,' Master WILLIE COLLINS
who departed this life Decem- JR. of 4601 SW 23rd St. West MRS. ROBERT MITCHELLof

1 1 1 ber 27,1967. Hollywood, died Dec. 20 at 2541 NW 152nd Ter., died
We have spent many hours Hollywood MemorialHospital. Dec. 12 at North Miami Gen

remembering that sad day,and h Survivors include his mother eral Hospital. Survivors include

the days that followed, which 4 ...... Annie; his father Elder Willie wife Minnie; sons Han
1 have left a gap that cannot be ,"i"li, :" ,. Collins Sr.; three sisters An- sel, J.C., Albert, Willie T.,
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1'1' filled In our lives. She is gone, \L t' : '4't ,\ na Grace, Lovetta and Pamela Robert Lee and Leroy; one

but will never be forgotten. -. ...at. ; two brothers Marvin and brother Nicholes Hooper;

MRS. B. ROBERTS CORNELL David. Services will be held three sisters Sylvester Pitt-

P a Children: Cryil Davis, Jr., who left us two years ago todaY' Friday, 2 p.m from United man, Rachel Water and Alora

1 + Gregory, Tammy and George ..aN December 27,1967. House of Prayers. Hooper. Services were held

Jarrett HI, five sisters, two 44 aq I cannot say, and I will not say at Greater New Bethel Saturday -
brothers and family "" .--- .
That she is dead she is Just away Northside

.....
VICTOR G. HUNTERwho With a cherry smile and a wave

---.---. -- IN MEMORIAM departed this life Dec, of the hand, HENRY WILSON Of 329 NW Services for MRS. SARAH
EVERETTE LUCENE 23, 1966. She has wandered into an unknown 10th St., died Dec. 8.Serviceswere CLARK of 1413 NW 1st Pl.,
In loving memory of our son Dec. 15 in the chapel.
were held Saturday from TrinI
BUTLERwho and brother. For all the saints who from i land.
fell asleep December 25 their labor rest And left us dreaming how very GREGORY MILLER of 1024 ity Wesleyan Church. She is
NW 68th St. died Dec. 10.
1959. who thee by faith before thi e fairIt survived by her brother Sgt.

Here awhile they must be world confess needs must be, since she Services were held Dec. 15 Major John Demerrity.
at Mt.Calvary Baptist Church. Remains for the late MR.
.
parted Thy name oh Jesus, be forever lingers there

And the flesh its Sabbath keep blest Hallelujah, And you oh you, who the wildest MRS. AMY JUANITA FRA- CLEMENT PATTERSON,
LEY of 600 NW 73rd Lane
to Ocala Fla.
in Mrs. Agatha Hunter wife i! yearn were shipped ,
Waiting a holy stillness ,
Wrapped in sleep. Mmes. Velma Ferguson,For the old time step and the died Dec. 14 at Jackson Hospital Thursday. He is survived by
Services held Dec.
were
brother Rufus of Tampa.
one
Alfrancies East Alicia Lucky glad return-
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20 at John Church.
Vera A. Wilson Inez Rolle, Shirley Lewis,,Think of her faring on, as dearIn St. Baptist JAMES THORNE of 675 NW
WILLIE HOLMER of 1320
Reginald Johnsonand daughters. Charles and Preston the love of Thee as the love 17th St., #34 died Dec. 14 at
NW 61st St., died Dec. 14 at
Veterans Hospital. Survivors
Family Hunter, sons and grandchildren .. of Here;
Jackson Hospital Serviceswere
Mild and gentle as she was brave include a dear friend Mrs.
held Dec.20 in the chapel
When the sweetest love of her Georgia Goods. Serviceswere

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn life she gave held Saturday in the

Think of her still as the same, chapel.
sad but loving memory of loving memory of our We say: wow MRS. FAUSTINA LEWIS of

our dear beloved mother, husband and father, She is not dead- she is Just- 17742 Homestead Ave., died

MRS. MARION BYRD ISAAC M. MOBLEY, away! Dec. 16. Services were held
who departed this life December RUFUS CARLTON FISHER who departed this life Dec.25, .... Monday from NewBethelAMEof

24 1968.I who was killed on Dec. 25, 1964. her survivors
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Gooding, Goulds. Among
have spent many hours 1963. Gone, but not forgotten.May Jr., daughter and soninlawMr. are five daughters John-

remembering that sad day,and Sleep on dear Rufus and you rest in peace. James D. Roberts, Jr., nie M. Hunter, Ethel, MargieL.

the days that followed which take your rest. We loved you, brother and Mary A. Lewis and Lucille

have left a gap that cannot be but God loved you best. Margaret Mobley, wife anc I 1 Mrs. Lottie C. Skinner, Closder; seven sons John

filled in our lives.She is gone, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Fisher childrenIN sisterinlawMrs. Henry, James, John David,

but not forgotten. parents Florence Salineer, Earl, Williams and James A.

Cheryl Fisher, sister MEMORIAM sister-in-law ROBERT WRIGHT, final

Flossie Jenkins, daughter nephews and cousinsIN rites were given Ridgeville,

Annie M. Thomas, daughter In memory ofBERNARD S.C. He Is survivedbyhiswife .:

Marie Jones, daughter IN MEMORIAM parents, two brothers and one

tn. AJonzo Byrd. son *\.*. '':* In memory of the late, MEMORIAM sister.

George Byrd, son > ; GWENDOLYN JARVIS in loving memory of our son, LLOYD SMITH of 2229 NW

Wallace Byrd, son who departed this life Dec. husband and brother, 95th St., died Dec. 20. Ser WEST LANE, JR. of 1737
and entire family 23, 1959. NW 46th St., died Dec. 18.Remains
vices were held Dec. 23 at
Gone but not shipped to Tifson Ga.
forgotten. ,
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church.
May her soul rest n peace. / Friday.

i CARD OF THANKS I WILLIE Me CLOVER of

j The FamilyIN II ir CARD OF THANKSThe Davie, Fla. An.ong his survivors
In loving memory of out" are five daughters
,
dear brother husband and father family of the late ,
I Betty Simon, Willie Mae and
RAY F. REID,
MEMORIAMThe
Irene and Diana
Bailey Mary
,
who departed this life Dec. 4,
WILLIE ED THOMASwho
family of the late to their McClove; one sister Rebecca
1969 wishes express
departed this life Dec.25, Jones. Services Saturday at
appreciation for the many
1968. 2 p.m. First Baptist,Browns-
kindnesses shown in their hour
Gone, but not forgotten. h voile.
of bereavement. Words can
a Serve are Incomplete-fos-------
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not sincere thanksto -
express our
Mrs. Lucille Johnson sis .;
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HOMER WOODS of Internorah,
relatives
friends and
our many
ter and family
Survivors include
Mississippi.
BELLAMYwho for the kindness shown
this life Decem. Jessie Walker, cousinof
departed through the illness as well the

CARD OF THANKSDue ber 26, 1965. death of our loved one. We 709 Lucy St., Fla. City.

Gone, but not forgotten.May especially thank Rev. Cleo MRS. HATTIE CLOWERS of

to recent Illness, I am his soul rest in peace. ALONZA SMITH Albury Jr. and Rev. Aaron D. 6312 NW 3rd Ct., died Dec.
not able to Survivors include two
extend my appreciation 20.
Though you have left us,. in Hall for their visits and prayers
and Christmas greetings The Bellamy Family daughters Mary Warren and
a body and mind, your spirit .
but I am thanking you of all of Robert a Brown; one brother
lives within the hearts us May God,bless you.
and Beaher lowers.. Incomplete
extending' Christmas Rev.
all. Fond memories of your Mrs. Daisy Y. Reid, wife
greetings to all friends and .- IN MEMORIAMIn will and .
presence on earth linger family
neighbors who spiritually REV. S. A.THOMAS, with us throughout our lives.
' comforted me during my con who departed this life Dec, loving memory of our IN MEMORIAM

valescing. Special thanks and 26, 1966. darling wife, mother, sister,. The family family INMEMORIAM
The of the late ,
<,, appreciation to Fr. Kenneth Come soothing death, come,,I Iand daughter IN MEMORIAM HENRY MITCHELL I
Major the sacred heart and sweet repose. The family of the late
In loving memory of our who departed this life December
the Church of the Incarnation. Bear me away in gladness,, .
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dear father and mother, 6th 1969 wishes to express -
Wishing you all a Merry Far from this world of sad
with the
l1'atefulappreciatlon
I MR. ALFRED DAMESand
Christmas and a prosperousNew ness; kindness shown them, In their

Year. Ah, come I wait for thee, MRS. RUTH DAMES hour of need to our many
Mrs. Annie Webster and set mo free,
Come soon who departed this life Dec. 10, neighbors and friends, we will,
close
Soon may mine eyelids 1967 and Dec. 25, 1948. be forever grateful for the let

Come, sweet repose. The strife is o'er the battle i ters, cards, visits, phone

Come soothing death, come,. done calls, flowers, food and other
THANK YOU sweet repose. The victory of life is WOE I expressions of sympathyshown

Jesus, r 11 stand before Thee, May they rest in peace. us.
Mrs. Nellie Pinder's mo-
With angel hosts adore Thee,, The family Our special thanks to the
ther and father would like to iilhlJOEL
thank their' friends who There In that land of light,. r Young's Funeral home of Opa

remembered many them In the deathof Now, world, to Thee, gooc Phone:. locks,the pastor,stewards and

night. ., .. trustees, stewardesses and
her brother and their son u-
would, E'en now thine eyelids close,, U/Il/ 633..1714'W deaconesses, choirs, usher D. STmRUP--
Rev. We
F. E. Sneed. ,
NEVELYN BELLAMYwho
boards and the entire
like to thank our Come, seet repose. membership wish to express heartfelt
personally
neighbors of 160th Street and Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. departed this life'Dec. 17, BOBBY'SINTERIORS of Mt. Zion AME i j thanks to the many friends for
1956. Church! of Opa-locka. ;I ill kindness and favors
18th Court choirs and members
of Mt.,Zion AME Church Lee Etta Thomas, Gone, but not forgotten. 47 Our prayers go out to you. :J rendered in the loss of our beloved

and the customers of wife There's an open door at the CustomMadeBobby May God's choicest blessings : Joel. Special thanks tothe
many Rosalind Alexander be poured out on you. Also the i t House of Albert and Father
end of the road through which )
Nellie's Beauty Salon for their ,Marquess, owner,
cards daughterS. each must go alone, and thereis employees of Miami Laundry i I Sands for a beautiful service.
flowers
telegrams DRAPERIES
,
services and many other A. Thomas, Jr., son a light we cannot see, our BEDSPREAD: and Florida processing, Co. Fhanks.

things that Daisy T. Benson, sister father claims his own. VALENCE
appreciat
were Herman Thomas, brothel FESTOONS MM. Helen Mitchell, wife The family
ed during their time of bereavement and
family
and family Ernest Bellamy
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Range i

MR. WILLIE HANDIELY Of
5200 NW 26th Ave.,Ait N2 died r'r'Ir.
Saturday, December 20th. He
is Survived by his wife,Doro-
thy; five step children; his r'r
mother Mrs. Julia Romer;
three brothers, Erskin, Lon- r
nie and Elijah Bowles; four I

sisters, Mary Davis Mary F. rn 9R
> Thompson, Bertha Lee Miller
> and Mrs. Johnnie Mae Davis.
\ Funeral services will be Saturday -
i 1 p.m. at the Jehovah
t t Witness Church. f

I i MRS. GLADYS SMITH RILEY -
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of 4819 NW 23rd Ave.died rbD F ,v
Saturday, December 20th at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .
Riley is survived by her
. husband, Arthur; a son,James a t. ,{

Eugene; daughter, Florence ,, ;
Leola; her mother, Mrs. Florence < ,. .
iY e.Sqf.eD I''r' '.J "i .yV t
I, Thomas;a sister,Vagh- ? S "

tl Morris and two brothers, _. -. ...;-_ .--...............i'r's................f....,_ .___..................." WO'_ ___'__ Supreme Chapter $18 O.E.S. of InternationalFree
L). Frank, 'Johnson and ,Eddie and Accepted Modern Masons, celebratedtheir
Thomas. Funeral services FIVE POINT TEA
I, will heldSaturday,3:30 p.m.in Sunday afternoon, Nov. 16th at the four o'clock hour; the PallbearersHall their 14th Anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 30, at
Temple 5598 NW 7th Ave. To-
the Range Memorial Chapel. the for the Annual Receiving
: was setting Five Point Tea sponsored by Bethany kens of appreciation from the chapter
worthy
I Chapter No. 140 O.E.S. The hall was beautifully decorated representingtheir are
MRS. CARMELIA COX of patron, Companion' Walter Parlins and worthy
five noble ladies who were lovely in representing their stationsAn
22030 SW 115th Ave., Goulds gowns matron, Lady Ruby Glover. Noble Lady Agnes
short rendered local female and male
died Thursday,December 18th enjoyable program was by vocalists Chatman left made the .
presentations.IF
', at Jackson MemorialHospital. of our community. The young people presented Thanksgiving play-
,
Mrs. Cox is survived by her Unexpected Guest. Mrs. Daisy Bradford was crowned queen and will

H husband, Horace; seven sons, attend the 1970 Grand Lodge in Jacksonville, Fla. A delicious repast was YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKE ""

Thomas Scott, George, Em- enjoyed by all.Pictured TAKE THE COAST GUARD iiJIT.S :
mett, Horace,Jr.,Bobbie,Er-
nest and Willie Cox; five left, to right: (standing) Fannie L. Turner, Ruth Archer, Ruth YOUR THING! w,

daughters, Mesdames, Ruby Ezell, Daisy Williams, Laura Cantrell, W. M. Colson I Collie Beeks, Daisy
Shannon Porter, Ida Hudson, Bradford, Lula Johnson, Deputy Irene Harrison, Anna Wallace, Thoma- Visit your COAST GUARD Recruiter at

Marilyn, Sharon and Ossie V. cena Wilson, Evelyn Smith, Olive Curry, Cora Cummings, Bessie ,Hardy, 103 N. E.. 5th Street, Miami, Florida
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Cox grandchildren, one
brother; and other relatives. Hattie Ingram, Evelyn White, Cleo Reddick, Fannie Gaddy, Sharon Walton PHONE: 350-5580

Funeral services will be heldon and Lola Fulton (seated) E. J. Dennis, Eliza Bullard, Katie Livingston ,

Wednesday, 10:00: a.m. at W. M. Addie Spencer.;

the Morningstar Baptist Bottom picture: Young People. Terry Howard, Sheila Cummings, Vivian .

son Church officiating, with Rev. W.H. Fay- Sarah D. Walton, Supervisor, Karen Cambridge, ,Stephanie Gaines,'

Karen Wilson, Beatrice Dennis, Katie Livingston M. Cathy Washington, .

CALVIN WALDO BINGHAMof Arisonia Parish, Lesley Knox. rt

263-A N.W. 22nd Terrace .
died Wednesday December 17 ,. ----. ; ,

at the VA Hospital. He is sur- .': ', ':>>;t,' ,'\IiJ'

r j,\Jimmy vived by; two his wife brothers,Leola,;Elder a son, :::" ,1:1'1. ,';.',$I., :',, : ,, E

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Edward Bingham and Jimmy !" ,t" .... ,. \.
Townsend; four sisters, j 'h. .
Christina Clark, Catherine
Drisdom, Luella Bruton and
'I Ruth Smith. Funeral services
, :. will be Tuesday 1:30 p.m. in
: i the Range Memorial Chapel.

J. E1'rBain
DEACON GEORGE DRAKE
MR. LESTER ALBERT Owner
i ,
of 6503 NW 14th Court died
1 Thursday, December 18th at A funeral service you will always remember,

his home. Deacon Drake is I because of a loved one you can never, forget,
r survived by his wife, Mary; a : so you may rest assured when you call the

sister, Mrs. Lottie Nelson; House of Albert, if the spirit is right, it is
and two brothers Thomas and
I '
the first
Dan Drake. Funeral services step up towards heaven.

will be Tuesday, 4:00: p.m. at 1 House of AlbertWhere
the Mt. Calvary Baptist
Church, 1140 NW 72nd St.,
and ends
Rev. Samuel Atchinson, of- service'begins never
ficiating. THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

Little CHERYLECOLBERTof 691-7661 685-3533 233-2810
8400 NW 14th Avenue died
1 Saturday, December 20th at r
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
She is survived by her parents,
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Colbert; Miami TimesAds Don't Cost, ATTENTION!
and Nathan Jones of 8875 SW I
grandparents, Mr. Mrs.
Willie Harden. Funeral Tues- 127th Ter., died Dec. 16 at They Pay

day, 10:00: a.m. in the Range Veteran's Hospital. Services If You're fromGeorgia
were held Survivors
Monday.
Memorial Chapel. III I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIUUlUUlUIU11111mlllllllUIIIIIIIIIUllllilllUIII{ IIIIIIIIIIUlllllllUIIIIII
include wife Pearl;two daughters -

., Linda and Nathlean; two I CHURCHES, CLUBS, FAMILIES &' INDIVIDUALS''
: ,: MRS. MATTIE J. JONES of sons Kenneth and Bernard; I .
i 2280 NW 103rd St. died Mon five sisters, two brothers. I FOR SALE
day, December 22nd at Jackson West Florida
MRS. ESSIE'HARRIS of 1059 or
I; Memorial Hospital. Mrs. I' 5001,000 SINGLE GRAVES SPACES
NW 48th St., died Dec. 18 at. ;
Jones is survived by a granddaughter -
I Jackson Hospital. Services
}
I Mrs. Mamie WU- AND PLOTSLOW
were held Tuesday at Refuge
greatgrandchildren ''Church of Our Lord in Opa- You ore entitled
locka. Survivors Include hus- PRICE
1 : 'gle J. Jones Arrangements
band, James; one son Edward
; this time are Incomplete. Belmon; two daughters Ida L. I "
I to Death
\) {\ .f, Williams and Ernestine; two Special .
\ I -/ sisters, two brother: and six ,
MRS. ADA ROSS of 1848 NW grandchildren. Small Down r

( J: .;i 58th St. died Sunday, December Small'Monthly Benefits V .
BOBBIE LEE NORTH of Payments
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( at her home. Mrs.Ross is '.
:1' survived by her husband,John 2121 NW 73rd St. died thurs-
j I Ross Sr.; three daughters, day, December 18th at Jackson I
Vernia Patricia Memorial Hospital. He is sur-
Evelyn, For further information
vived by his mother, Mrs.
/ Ross; five 'sons, James, LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
Charles, John Jr.and Joseph; Thelma Selby; father, Patrick
Frank Strokes North; two brothers, Curtiss
two brothers, 3001 NW 46th St.
and Willie James North and
and Willie Robinson. Funeral
services will be heldat the Mt. other relatives. Arrange- NE 4-4197 NE 4.1195 Call 691-7661
I Calvary Baptist Church at an ments at this time are incom

1 ,"hour and day to be announced. :plete. TOHBTOiiiiiiiiiiiiHtiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiDiuuiniiininiiiiiii iniiS

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are now In the last few : S a.

days before Christmas, mayI f Mbf
take time out to wish every

one a merry Christmas and a ,

happy New Year. '

The Christmas party for the ,
Juniors of 129 was held Dec.

_
13, it was enjoyed by all. En- V V
Joying a birthday and a guestat : :
the party was Terry Ann V V :

Pierce. The kids sungChrist- 1 i

mas carols and played games. A:$ I

Our district deputy, Mar garet Corey Is spending I,
Christmas Injacksonville i1 j \
1. j
with her
family. SQRC\VSXL
Let's not forget the true V 1t ,
meanings It was nice to see Ralph V saoxtuENx ,
Johnson out of the hospital and :
of Christmas on this happy day. doing well after a long period

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Our deepest sympathy to
TEMPLE JORDAN GROVE the Latson family in the loss

of their grandfather and fatheron ,a
The children of the SundayS Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor Saturday in Davie, Fla. \

c h a a 1 will present their Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe Services will be held Saturday

Christmas program at 7:30 Jr. Ushers wish to at First Baptist Church of .... -
this evening. Christmas eve thank the members, parentsand Brownsville. SQUARE CIRCLE SPORTSMEN'S CLUB '.

services will begin at 10. many friends for their Juanita McCloud, reporter. Members of the Square Circle Sportsmen's Club are kicking off their

On Sunday, the Templeites cooperation at the second an- Annual Charity Ball which will be, held for the 29th consecutive year at

will sing during the morning nual banquet. Bayfront Park Auditorium, Jan. 15, 1970. ',Proceeds from the ball will be
At 5:30 the Board for Deaconsand NEW HOPE
worship.
p.m. sing meeting
given to the charity organization with the greatest need. Tickets can be
ing group will present a pro Deaconesses will be held
gram featuring music for the Monday, Dec. 29 at 8 p.m. all Rev. H.C.Samuels,pastor purchased from any of the following members: Seated from left to right:

season. Plan to spend the dayat members are urged to be Conference Patricia Gowen,will reporter be held Roy L. Rolle, Charles Higgs, honorary member; Mose Wilson, vice presi-

Temple. present.. Tuesday after the fourth Sun- dent;, Fred Nooks, Sunshine Committee; Israel Armstrong, recording secre-

Watch night services will General Church Conferencewill tary; Mack Barkley, Samuel D. Wright, treasurer. Standing, left to right:
begin at 10.Coming be held Tuesday Dec. day.The
events: The Missionary 30, all auxiliaries are, askedto will be an after service Nathaniel Johnson, Edward Boggle, president; Alex Hall, R. C. Coleman,

Society will sponsor its make a yearly report. program this Sunday, Dec.27. Ben J. Huff, James E. Boykins, financial secretary; Bill Rivers and John

annual New Year's dinner on Watch night service will sponsored by the No. 2 Choir Tucker. Other members not shown are :Marvin Anderson, Ernest Bellamy ,
2 Ushers behalf
and the No.
Saturday, Jan. 10th. The No. begin at 8:30 p.m. on New of women's day.GREATER Serch Crapp, John Turner, George Powell, George L. Simmons, Cleveland

2 Choir will celebrate its anniversary Years Eve. Sampson, and honorary member, Atty. G. E. Graves.
on Sunday, Jan. 18. The chairmen and womenof
Get well wishes go to Mrs. Jordan Grove wish to ex-
Hester Gray and to all otherson press their gratitude to the BETHLEHEMRev. CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder DAY SPRING NEW MT. MORIAH

the sick list. speaker Sis. Carline, and all Smith Ford On Dec. 31 we will have our
A.
C. H. pastor pastor Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
platform guest, who participated Blondie watch meeting starting at 9
Mary Hopkins, reporterOur Higgins,reporter Evelyn Souter. reporterTo
GRACERev. and helped to make the New Years eve service There willbea musical pro. p.m. The pastor is asking all

fellowship program one longto will be held Dec. 31 at 9 p.m. gram this Sunday night featuring members and friends to attend the Miami Times staffwe

W. F. Savoy, pastorWe be remembered. until 12:30 a.m. Brother Otis Wrightand wish you a Merry Christ-
look forward to a teamof From the pastor and churchwe the Spiritual Harmonizers Rev. W. M. Slater, pastor. mas .and a happy New Year.

senior high youth,with their wish you a merry Christ of Coconut Grove, along with
Watch services
Our
two adult advisors, to visit CHRIST mas and a happy new year. the Mother Ford Chorus at ST. JAMES AME night ,
Dec. 31 will at 9:30.
I Miami and work with Grace Canon T. R. Gibson, rector 7:30 p.m. begin
church during the holidays.This Antoinette Silva,reporter Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor We will not have a monthly..

Sunday morning, the Sunday, Jan. 4, the Sunday ZION HOPERev. Nellie Saunders,reporterThe conference the -first of Jan.,
Grace young people will participate -' School will present its annual ST. MATHEWS male chorus has been but all auxiliaries please make
in the Christmas affair Paul Freeman, pastor 'asked to sing for Sunday morn-
morning ser program. The your reports the first Sunday
vice, will be host to the visi- will be held at the Parish Rev. Randall, pastor Bessie Williams, reporter ing services. morning.
Wynell Turner, reporter Monday night, December 29,. The December club will I
ting senior high's in their :Hall and the public is invited.
There will be a new years both usher boards, both choirs:have for sale old fashion Our church's anniversarywill
homes for Sunday dinner and Please come out and show
church service at the church, and all officers will hold their:chicken dinners Saturday in be Jan. 6 and 11, 7 and 3
then will enjoy a four o'clock these children that you care
6700 NW 2nd Avenue. You are annual board and Jointly meet-'the parish hall. p.m.
program to be presented by a and that you are concerned invited
group of senior high students about them. to attend. Ings.Tuesday The pastor is calling for a Sis. Retha Shannon Smith
Sister Randall is in the night December 30,;general church conference to
,
from Goulds. The visiting The Episcopal Young was hurt in an accident,we are
hospital, pray for her recov the church annual conferencewill 1 be held Tuesday night, Jan. 6. asking for
" team from Pennsylvania will Churchmen will have a membership your prayers.
ery. be of officersfor
work for seven days with the drive. If you are not held.Election
people's of the member the coming year will take 1 .eJJ!
young program already a ,please Join I
All secretaries
church and in the community.Our and see what you can do to bet place.

watchnight service will 1 ter yourself and the church. NEW SHILOHRev. treasurers their annual are reports asked ready.to have The ff II I V\JL/

, be at 11 p.m. Wednesday,with 'The weekly meetings are Mon- '
{ A. M.Griffin,pastor roll will be called.
guest minister Rev.JohnWIn.- days at 7:30 p.m.
I ters and the Mennonite Church Sincere sympathy is extended Ella Elam reporterNew Friday night, December 26, BULl4
Years eve service will the Sunday school will presentit's
Joining us.CHRISTIAN. to the E.W.F.Stirruplami.- \
begin Wednesday, at 9 p.m. annual Christmas program
; I ly for the loss of their loved
upstairs in the auditorium at
r, The Christmas programwill
; one..Get well wishes are extended
FELLOWSHIP to Mrs. Louise Cooperand be held Friday at 7 p.m., 7:30.They Invite you to come out
we are asking all members to and give them your support.We .
! Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. Mr. Richard Knight.
please come out. wish all our well wishing
L. Nixon, reporterThe NVJIITI ,s
friends Christmas.
a merry
Adult Choir wishes to
thank the many' church choirs DRAKE f gtslntlptatYsacl: ntlort leawrM arwarlfa r aswur r,*,s.tw crmc_W I

f, and singing groups for making I
their anniversary a spiritualand Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor
financial success.We give i N. T. Green, reporter r-u-- I

special thanks to the soloistfor : The pastor, officers and
giving their services. members wish to thank Rev.

Sister Nixon, who is ill is Sims for the spiritual serviceon I I
grateful to the members and last Sunday.The Deaconess

friends for their deeds of kind- Board Is grateful to the mem-

ness and cheer shown to her bers and friends for helping -'..

during this period. them observe their third anni. i b II III

The fourth Sunday is the versary.
time for your brown envelopes 'I We are happy to have Deacon

to be turned in to your Blue return to us from II

leaders, they are asking you Dayton, Ohio. Deacon Blue
to please do your best for the lives in Miami six months of I II

last report of the year. each year, and is always present And the joys of

to each weekly and Sunday I ...
service. I Christmastime surround

NEW MACEDONIA Season's Greetings From theWomen's
you throughout the
Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor
of the
Department
Willie J. Beard, reporter ST. MARY'SRev. holiday season.
Sunday being the last Sun Churches of God In Christ '
H. V. Stuart, pastor
day in this the pastor -
year,
"'
Our watch night serviceswill of Eastern Florida
and members will observe It is our wish that and.
begin at 9 p.m.with prayer : you .
Fellowship Day. meeting'and testimonial I Wishing You ac1errg your family have a

be The morning speaker will followed by sermons by Rev. 'i Healthy New Year
Mrs. Willie M. Williams
Dinner will be served following Young and Rev. Hunter. Reg- i Emas And
ular service will begin at 11 "
the this service. At 4 p.m. p.m. and sermon by our pas I! Jhoperaua Jfcfo 1enr'!
speaker will be Brother c' PRINCESS BUTLER, receptionist
Yalter Anglin. tor.Our
sick is Sis. E. K.John- 1! 6825 NW 15th AvenueU
The theme for the day is: Gussie Gamble, Stats Supervisor ,
"Let Brotherly Love Con- son, let us continue to pray I
for her. acsacslec o ciu.lrars oonmac aatnK +trac ncsaasw deoc lclaac
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flight theory), a non-credit
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tiful Libras are in for a bountiful week indeed. Fun and Classes will meet Thursday (GOOQJOJl7CAREER
excitement will be Romantic flirts will
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Another one of those wild and joyous weeks Saj. What- Avenue. Agents Wanted STEREO RAW) tf APE RECOtSf
ever you do to deserve such luck is beyond old Olga. sell The Miami
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Your unusual zest for love and life wll' find expression Further Information maybe Agents wonted oil over
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fancy too. Whew, how fortunate can you be? Count thy Department of Continuing may be boys and girls or TED FORMERLY OF JET IS 101 YET
blessings, Saj.CAPRICORN. Education 685-4521. adults. Make spending

money. Write or call Mrs. 379-7735
NW 15th Ave.,
I Davis, 6530
(December 22January 19): Don't BLACKS GET I 6910421.
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give in to moody, pout little sessions Cap.' They are BREAKContinued S4SNW 2ND AVENUE

unworthy of you. You no doubt already have the best In th..orl..
of several worlds, so don't gripe. Tis the season to be from page 1 Any where want to go"

jolly, remember? If however, you find it impossible to critical civil vote.. He threatened you COST HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOW BY AM
be jolly" then at least try to be civil. Those around you to veto the supplementalmoney TICKH5 INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU
react to emotional vibrations. Week ends on note of bill unless the rider NO MOBS AT
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4AQUARIUS At the very worst,the Pres- L aueFtu HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
reavEC
(January 20-February18): As you know, ident said, the rider shouldbe EXPENSES?
Aquarius you were born under the sign of the Water changed to provide for a "Your Neighborhood Travol LAST
eloiwt tht .. .
death
Bearer and water will no doubt play an important rolein special court test of legalityof Agents"A Universal pays Its s

week ahead. not the kind you swim in then maybe the Philadelphia llan, witha near to you o your day death occurs.
"firewater. At any rate the week in general looks rather guarantee that 14 existing telephone. Give u. a call. U.N.CA.
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decent. Just be a bit'careful so you don't, get in over contracts signed in conformitywith WE DELIVER. 7543517.

your'head. Romantic currents will be exceedingly strong. the plan should remainin Chat.6105 C.NW North 7th Avenue Manager Universal; Christian Seei."

effect until the court rules.
would have to OFFICE HOURS AND REST ASSURED: THAT YOUR LAST
PISCES (February 19-March 20): Absolutely hellish Otherwise they
PAID
week facing you Pisces. Family and friends will be most be canceled he said. DAILY MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE

demanding of.your time and energy. By last day of week 9 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.SATURDAY CALL NOW.
you may oven give thought to having yourself committed.Don't. Monday night's voting dis- 6967669TH
It's them there other guys what are nutty.: Not yo-i carded the whole rider and :
Pisces. On evening of last day, consider loved one. Give. thus made the court test pro- 9 a.m. to 12:30 Noon

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Ranches Falling and refusing to re- I
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rraes+la. ....Arfdo c.-es N. ..IM P MMi.w.,...MA-w Ite. M..wfr Tbt VFW Post No. 8195 the same basis as it refers I 1I:
.... ..... s1Mr 1r1 ease ..... -..-or tlri-t1i/1., Ctwaaader and his officers white persons for work.

fyk3rd .....--. _.. ....-.- eata greetings to all VFW The Complaint charged the FRANK :
ilre+ir ...... tbnr -- it* .M'se" Committee with discriminating -
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Feet and all Its comndes.MtrI'J
Ir..1111k .... SN .... .....w..w Christmas and a Happy by EDELENY
... ItAslr w urroet -- we 1.y lew Tear. Using non-Job related tests :
CBS bwosMiA.R.dlr-. r .-.- ..4 mNO ttie-. which are racially or culturally i
bath les. .kiti IJ t- __ .... lA1I',J'. /t. _. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Craig of biased. BUICK CO.
i area.Cam >***.--. Riij I dwtttr c--. New Liberty 211st and 27th By falling and refusing to 2100 N.E.2nd AYE.
churft"t, t.woll. ...... .\\p rll. A'..,celebrated their 28th an- apply the same standards in .
centers .itrl.., tirltlRNW wt+. eeu1s .liiiiiiiiiiiiifl --. adversary last Sunday eveningat administering tests to Black USED CAR PHONE
31Qs A's.Brame. araash -- : tttlr BOOM, Many guest persons as are applied to white 374-1736 i
were present Sis, Halle aM.uPWf" persons. Mon..W.J..Frl Till 9i00
lift ssw .... EX.PERIENCENECESSARYl Sis. Clark Mrs. The complaint then asked Tu....Thor.-Sot. Till 6:00
Furs e.- Eterbart. Mr. aDd Mrs.Clifford the Court to enjoin in the

... .3rrtsoaa ..... r Wa wlrr Bard Mr. and Mrs. defendants from pursuing
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t> Now! ......... MatasrMR L tiw 1 &o Peoples. Mr. and Mrs. these discriminatory policies, 1964
llvtof .. Jf.IM.- s r...lhew.w.rerrsMwlr. A,.l w.--= Fred Cra if, Jr.,and the oldest including requiring the BUICK ELECTRA

Ttop tneceMtry rb's' -. .rr,, r.w rawlww .....i sea art grandson, and yours defendants to take affirmative Power brakes
Inly lad wife, Eleanor.Vlsitlac power
dress ce.sbiuatnr .Iw M action to eliminate the affects
dowsler: ........ twr. war J. rttttari.ILJ'' q I MMMWMNP4MW.+r = VFW Post last of their past discriminatory steering,power seats,
lr. rerw Sat .. .. s J. ...... a.MMl.fi vtelead wen Mr. Rudolf: practices. It also asked that power windows, tilt
tn8ft 1M albeat ewiMe.prdlsshaewle. Ilia .............. >y w f ...... Catefereek of Miami, be weretapaaled the plaintiff be given compensatory wheel, white walls,
.. .... s'IU" -.. damages In excess of l
1 fe z..: ae l by comrade Holiday Special:
.eU'....s tit ..... eel. .. rft L. Pioder. Tnt place $10,000 and that be forthwith I'\
... $900.00
Ili er$ .
meet, srrSt C'a 11 Me Mtemkas meet be admitted into the Union. 1\
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l f rlwtG $IrjLspiae. .... Ifirli NaL ...... ... Award Btaat return hack conditioned f
:ewerwi nt tl. .r- *Stmsaa ..... SOUTHERNBELL Iraai Vietnam and Is here
eau .. Aftp Mew Ms Either and mother 1965ELECTRA

rr w Mr. MIl Mrs.C.B. Kount, W. IOnuI CUSTOM
ll. IMfD IhIIrwood, na.

3tx ewe......., a..r4 .. .. 11 tl ft.wes Barter: shop staff, hbr1HAS Power brakes, power ,
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Christmas 19691 There won't be a white Christmas here; aq>v ,'"
but it might be a very merry one for most of us, for some ;:" rt/"J. 11;(!,,?,'V';':.. b r,,
there will ba the usual grind of hard work and daily chores; k4
but somewhere along the way, we will find the time to give ,

thanks to our maker and celebrate with our loved ones and R,. + Fs .

friends.Speaking of celebrating a belated holiday,Pm quite sure the HORACE LOVETT HUBERT GINN JIMMY McCASKILL OTES COLLIER
young men playing in the annual shrine game won't mind the
late Christmas. After visiting the children for whom they will ; I

be playing for, I'm sure they'll feel as though they could not 3 Rattlers Make Courier All Americanfree
have given a better present or served a worthier cause. Again
this year the Shrine committee has come up with some of the
best college talent to make the game a success. I urge you to TALLAHASSEE Three rushing with 446 yards in 125 known for having the ball on safety and from that position -
attend the game even if you know nothing about football. The players from Florida A&M carriers for a .3.6 average. the money for punts and place- the 6-0, 218 pounder
Inner feeling you'll receive is something no one can describe. were first team selections on He led the team in scoringwith ments. racked up 37 unassisted tack-
The long, long football season is rapidly coming to a close. the 45th annual Pittsburgh 15 touchdowns-13 rush- Scruggs, the only FAMU selection les and 30 assists.He was also ..
The colleges are playing bowls and the pros are into their Courier All-Amerlcan foot- Ing and two receiving and who's not a senior, Is second on the team in inter-
championship play-offs. In the NFL last week all the division ball team and two others were was third on the team in re- sure to garner first team hon ceptions with four. He returned -
winners were looking forward to this week and only Dallas named to the second team. ceiving with 20 catches for 224 ors next season.The lefthand- the intercepted passes for
came out a winner. The AFL games went according to the The first team selectionswere yards, an average of 11.2 ed throwing junior came from 46 yards, an average of 11.5
script. The Scoreboard to date: colleges 26-15 (.706)) pro- all offensive players yards per catch and 24.9 per nowhere and developed into yards per return. Used occasionally -
fessionals 122-57 (.682)). This week I see: guard Horace Lovett from Savannah game. one of the finest quarterbacksin to return punts,
COLLEGES Ga., running backHu- McCaskill has been an All- the country. Collier ran back two for 55
Tennessee over Florida (Gator bowl) The Vols have a little bert Ginn,also from Savannah, Star performer for four years He completed 99 of 193 pas- yards and a 27,5 average,best'
more defense. and center Jimmy McCaskill and was one of the few offensive ses for 1320 yards and eight on the team.
The North over the South (Shrine)-Too many guns. of Tallahassee. interior linemen of whom touchdowns. He was also thirdon The first team players are
PROFESSIONALSAFL Quarterback Steve Scruggsof the spectators were aware. the team in rushing. He to be honoredat the Pittsburgh
St. Petersburg and defen- He was a team leader who carted the ball 81 times for Hilton Hotel on the night of Jan.

Oakland over Kansas City- The Raiders prove their point., sive halfback Otis Collier of showed the way with hustle 347 yards and five touchdowns, 9 at the sixth annual Courier-
Could be close If Chiefs come up with an offense. Miami were the second team and desire. He's made only one of which went for 97 yards. Royal Crown All-American
selections. All exceptScruggsare one bad snap and became Collier was the Rattlers' Banquet.
NFL seniors.
Dallas over Cleveland The Cowboys ride high, wide and and
Scruggs Ginn were se-

Minnesota handsome.over Los Angeles The Rams have never been a lected Ail-Americans as honorable on the mention Asso- Wildcat Safety Makes Courier

cold team and this exception.
weather year's no I
ciated Press team, too. .
Tom Anderson's Bulls proved the system of rating high
Lovett (6-0, 240)) is rated
school teams wrong again.However,knowing Tom,Idon't thinkhe among the best guards ever All Americathe
rat When have a team thats rat-
want to be In the race. you to play at Florida A&M andhe
ed high, everybody is laying traps and trying to knock you off. has received about everyhonor Bethune Cookman College medic said Wyatt would never school record for the longest
Tom has been through the. whole thing before, and fm quite a lineman can get,including :Safety Alvin Wyatt was named' be able to participate in punt return; in four years he returned -
sure he would rather just sit in the wings and be the spoiler.As annual again. for 1760
All-Conference, AU-State and 1 to the 45th Pittsburgh sports punts yards,
the season progress, Northwestern will play teams with line man-of-theyear.. Courier All American Football The personable athlete said kickoffs for 1435 yards, made
more experience, but a team will have to come up with more He also is a placekickerwho team for 1969 according to Bill "my football career in high 129 unassisted tackles and 213
desire in order to beat the Bulls. And as an added note, I made good on 27 of 32 Nunn, managing editor of the school was rugged." When he assists. The versatile athlete ..
don't think any team will embarassthe'69 Bulls. My Congratsto points after touchdown attempts Pennsylvania Newspaper. joined the Gilbert High School 'was used on kickoffs,tleldgoals,
Tom and his staff on another reallv rood team.- and four of 11 field Wyatt, the most celebrated Panthers as a 10th grader his and as a punter, He can kick 40
SPORT OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Carrie Meeks Slowdown goals, one for 47 yards. athlete in B-CC's history said, arm was broken In the first yards with either foot.
a little lady, fm still trying to catch up to you. Above all, Ginn was a u animous "I am happy to receive theAll- game causing him to miss the the coaching at
I still think you are doing an outstanding Job. Keep it upl! choice for his running back American honor. I am gratefulto entire season. The followingyear B-CC Wyatt is great says Ail the respect -
guys
During this holiday season, I wish happiness and successfor position. His name appearedon a lot of people especially my his leg injured during the Coach Jack McClairenbe-
Yule
the
you and yours; however, while you're enjoying ballot. The 5-11 mother and doctor." first game.
every ,
he all with the
cause was an
pro
will not have the
who
season think of someone less fortunate mentioned The Jacksonville native said
195-pound super star was the The "doctor" by Steelers and Coach Lloyd
pleasure you will. Don't only think of this person, share some key to the success of FAMU's Alvin performed an operation on "I was determined to play foot "Tank" Johnson has turned out
of your good fortune with them Pm quite sure they will ground game this year.He fin- his left leg to repair a damaged ball. As soon as the cast was defensive teams rated number

) know you are a good sport. ished second on the team in_ ligament. After the operation taken off my leg I began Jogging one in the nation. Alvin said, ,-
in effort to be readyfor
everyday an
"you get a lot of attention here
my senior year.Continuinghe
because we're a small school
said "the doctor was amazedat
,
and people are more like a family -
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the leg healed.
way my ."
As a-se&ior-he-pJa.yeddtense-
and defense. He scored eleven The 5-11" 195 pounder who
touchdowns, caught passes for was clocked in the 100 at 9.6
more than 200 yards, handledthe said "I am very anxious toplaypro
kickoff and field goals ball. Many professionalteams
chores while serving as the have contacted him. He
as the team's punter. He turned I was clocked today by a Dallas
down several offers to enter Cowboys representative. Afterhe
Bethune-Cookman College. ran the 40 yard dash three
He Is the only B-CC player times in 4.3 seconds the scout
.named to four consecutive all smiled and said"son your stock
conference teams; he holds the just went UD." I







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DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. as white
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: FOR SALE FOR RENTNice {
to
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: 1 bedroom home, $80 per room with complete use Perk's General work on
I month. Newly renovated. $790 of the house. Couple or lady. vice, you break-we fix. : it refers
down. Total $7900. No quali- 7529 NW 22nd Ave. upstairs. 635-9189 or 634-9356. work.
J., fying. Move In today. 2375 NW charged the FRANKEDELEN
43rd Street 691-4668. Room in Private home. Man Gentleman 50 who -
only. 1081 NW 61st St., 758- the better things of life
',,':' FHA 4164. like to meet same type tests
j CBS, beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 RRP P.O. Box 713 or cultural-
t ,i bath home,fenced yard,in nice Room for single working lady. Fla. 33137. BUICK CO.
:( area. Convenience to schools, Quiet neighborhood. Cooking refusing to 2100 NI. 2nd AVE.
,
j churches, buses, shopping privileges. Near expresswayand In
} centers. Midwest Realty 5499 business. $60 per month. NO to Black USED CAR PHONE
NW 27th Ave. NE58035. To see,,call NE5-4805. to white 314-1736
, ,' > Mon..W.d.-Frl. Till 9100
1:1:} Beauty craft salon for sale. then asked .Tu.s.-Thurs-Sat. Till 6tOO
Furnished. Call 634-7200. CHILDCAREChildcare. in the

(Dec. 26)) Babies, any age up pursuing
L. Nowl! Waterfront retirement to 5. Best of care in my home. policies, 1964
living non-profit rentals at 5 day week. For further infor- Apply by telephone: the BUICK ELECTRA

Tropical Florida's finest ad- mation, call: 6340097.Kindergarten 377.9201 affirmative Power brakes, power
dress. Conveniently close to the affects
downtown, beaches. Car un- and nursery our Interviewer steering, power seats,
necessary. New hi-rise for Call Mrs. Wire 758-8072 or and available 6130( between p.m. 9 : asked that power windows, tilt
teachers and other retired Mrs. Brown at 7583446.Jan.. through Friday. 9 compen wheel, white walls,
professionals All facilities, ( 2) to 12:30( p.m. on excess of Holiday Special:
\ activities for active retire days forthwith
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schools, shopping, etc. Price
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reasonable down )
$19,000 pay-
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vice. Sunny Maid Service Inc.
Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- WEEKENDSP $1200.00 \
East 5151
Seacoast Towers ,
8779. Collins Ave. Miami Beach. ECIALS'at :,.
(Jan. 3) 1967
3 bedroom, 1 bath, large National t
,
I \ porch, city water, low down. NIGHTS LOW PRICE
Doorman. 4 to midnight. 6 Bank of Miami
{' r. On 2 lots. See 1167 NW 58th days. Year round work paid Flo.'I' CADILLACFLEETWOOD
1.\': St. 2213872. Owner. vacation. Good pay. Terrace 1966 Galaxie .

Large beautiful 4 bedrooms,2 Powers, 532-7721 and 534- Ford $500 : The finest car Cadil.

\{:. baths, large corner lot, $900 2331. AVENUE lac builds. Power
t down. 16241 NWZlstAve. 373- 1965 6 p.m. brakes, power steer *
t' Master Cosmetologist with a
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'>" REALTY Box 37, Edison Center.Jan.30) Come in, see or : --- door locks, automa-
; FHA 14,900.00 Mr. Duffie tic airconditionnew
Two bedrooms can be used as .
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p property. Goodarea. Midwest and Den \I 29,000 miles.
Realty 5499 NW 27th Ave. idressmakerBOUTIQUE 1 $3200.00
NE5-8035. Open Weekends I I
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COMPLETELY BAR AND POOL FURNISHED |;;; of today"ti .. ,your days baby reserve Baby after sitting a the crib ,I roof' ,windows low mileage.,. vinyl '

In an excellent' location. All : vice available 7 .
cash $G,0000r$3,000downand ;; Sizes 7-15 ,ti..;,{ a week. I Holiday' Special:

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for 2 Good
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Christmas 19691! There won't be a white Christmas here t? ,Nnr

but it might be a very merry one for most of us, for some 4i s 4i
there will ba the usual grind of hard work and daily chores
but somewhere along the way we will find the time to give
thanks to our maker and celebrate with our loved ones and ., y i tla
..
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friends.Speaking of celebrating a belated holiday r m quite sure the HORACE LOVETT HUBERT GINN JIMMY McCASKILL OTES COLLIER .
young men playing in the annual shrine game won't mind the
late Christmas. After visiting the children for whom they will,

be playing for, rm sure they'll feel as though they could not 3 Rattlers Make Courier All American I
have given a better present or serveda worthier cause. Again
this year the Shrine committee has come up with some of the
best college talent to make the game a success. I urge you to TALLAHASSEE Three rushing with 446 yards in 125 known for having the ball on free safety and from that position -
attend the game even if you know nothing about football. Tile players from Florida A&M carriers for a .3.6 average.He the money for punts and place the 6-0. 218 pounder
inner feeling you'll receive is something no one can describe. were first team selections on led the team in scoringwith ments. racked up 37 unassisted tack-
The long long football season is rapidly coming to a close. the 45th annual Pittsburgh 15 touchdowns-13 rush- Scruggs the only FAMU se- les and 30 assists.He was also -
The colleges are playing bowls and the pros are into their Courier All-American foot- ing and two receiving and lection who's not a senior Is second on the team in inter-
championship play-offs. In the NFL last week all the division ball team and two others were was third on the team in receiving sure to garner first team hon- ceptions with four. He returned -
winners were looking forward to this week and only Dallas named to the second team. with 20 catches for 224 ors next season.The lefthanded the intercepted passes for
came out a winner. The AFL games went according to the The first team selectionswere yards an average of 11.2 throwing junior came from 46 yards, an average of 11.5
script. The Scoreboard to date: colleges 26-15 (.706)) pro- all offensive players yards per catch and 24.9 per nowhere and developed into yards per return. Used occasionally -
fessionals 122-57 (.682)). This week I see: guard Horace Lovett from Savannah game. one of the finest quarterbacksin to return punts
COLLEGES Ga., running backHu- __ McCasklll has been an All-_ the country.He .- Collier'rah'back two for"55'
Tennessee, over,Florida (Gator bowl) The Vols have a little bert GinnalsofromSavannah, Star performer for four years completed 99 of 193 pas- yards and a 27.5 average best
more defense. and center Jimmy McCasklll and was one of the few offensive ses for 1320 yards and eight on the team.
The North over the South (Shrine)- Too many guns of Tallahassee. interior linemen of whom touchdowns. He was also thirdon The first team players are
PROFESSIONALSAFL Quarterback Steve Scruggsof the spectators were aware. the team in rushing. He to be honored the Pittsburgh
St. Petersburg and defen- He was a team leader who carted the ball 81 times for Hilton Hotel on the night of Jan.

Oakland over Kansas City-. The Raiders prove their point.,. sive halfback Otis Collier of showed the way with hustle 347 yards and five touchdowns 9 at the sixth annual Courier-
Could be close if Chiefs coma up with an offense. Miami were the second team and desire. He's made only one of which went for 97 yards. Royal Crown All-American
selections. All exceptScruggsare one bad snap and became Collier was the Rattlers'the Banquet.
NFL seniors.
Dallas over Cleveland The Cowboys ride high wide and and
Scruggs Ginn were selected -

Minnesota handsome.over Los Angeles- The Rams have never been a as honorable on the mentionAUAmericans Asso- Wildcat Safety Makes Courier

cold weather team and this year's no exception. ciated Press team too. I
Tom Anderson's Bulls proved the system of rating\ high Lovett ((6-0 240) is rated
school teams wrong again.However knowing Tom,I don't thinkhe among the best guards ever All America
rat When have a team thats rat-
want to be in the race. you to play at Florida A&M andhe
ed high everybody is laying traps and trying to knock you off. has received about every hon- Bethune Cookman College medic said Wyatt would never school record for the longest
Tom has been through the, whole thing before and Fm quite or a lineman can get, including :Safety Alvin Wyatt was namedto be able to participate in punt return; infouryearshere-
sure he would rather just sit in the wings and be the spoiler.As annual turned for 1760
All-Conference, AU-State and I the 45th Pittsburgh sports again. punts yards
the season progress Northwestern will play teams with lineman--theyear.. Courier All American Football The personable athlete said kickoffs for 1435 yards made
more experience, but a team will have to come up with more He also Is a placekickerwho team for 1969 according to Bill"my football career in high 129 unassisted tackles and 213
.
desire in order to beat the Bulls. And as an added note, I made good on 27 of 32 :Nunn, managing editor of the school was rugged" When he assists. The versatile athlete .
don't think any team will embarassthe'69 Bulls. My Congratsto points after touchdown attempts Pennsylvania Newspaper. joined the Gilbert High School 'was used on kickoffs,fieldgoals,
Tom and his staff on another reallv rood team. and four of 11 field Wyatt the most celebrated Panthers as a 10th grader his and as a punter, He can kick 40
SPORT OF THE WEEK: Mrs.. Carrie Meeks-Slowdown goals one for 47 yards.. athlete in B-CC's history said, arm was broken in the first yards with either foot.
a little lady Fra still trying to catch up to y>u. Above all, Ginn was a u animous "I am happy to receive theAll- game causing him to miss the I the coaching at
I still think you are doing an outstanding job. Keep it upl! choice for his running back American honor. I am gratefulto entire season. The followingyear Wyatt says 'AU
is the respect
B-CC great guys -
During this holiday season, I wish happiness and the success Yule position. His name appearedon a lot of people especially my his leg injured during the Coach Jack McClairen be-
for you and yours; however while you're enjoying every ballot. The 5-11. mother and doctor." first game.
all with the
he
was an
who will not have the cause pro
season, think of someone less fortunate 195-pound super star was the The "doctor" mentioned by The Jacksonville native said, Steelers and Coach Lloyd
pleasure you will. Don't only think of this person share some key to the success of FAMU's Alvin per formed an operation on "I was determined to play foot- "Tank" Johnson has turned out
of your good fortune with them Fm quite sure they will ground game this year.He finished his left leg to repair a damaged ball. As soon as the cast was defensive teams rated numberone

know you are a good sport. second on the team In, ligament. After the operation taken off my leg I began jogging in the nation. Alvin said, "
in effort to be
ready
everyday an
"you get a lot of attention here
for my senior year.Continuinghe because we're a small school
said "the doctor was amazedat I
and people are more like a fami-
the way my leg healed."
lyn
As a senior fitt f"yvntt nse
and defense. He scored eleven The 5-11" 195 pounder who
,' touchdowns caught passes for was clocked in the 100 at 9.6
more than 200 yards handledthe said "I am very anxious toplay
kickoff and field goals pro ball. Many professional.
chores while serving as the I teams have contacted him. HeI
as the team's punter. He turner I was clocked today by a Dallas 4
down several offers to enter, Cowboys representative. After
wn
Bethune-Cookman College. he ran the 40 yard dash three
He is the only B-CC player times in 4.3 seconds the scout
.named to four consecutive al I smiled and said son your stock
conference teams; he holds th I just went up" ,





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