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'i, Vol. 45, No. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 19, 1968 DES15 1l\:
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? w as some Negro leaders This Task Force is made up porary jobs that will let the that the best means of keeping \
have said, jobs can prevent of representatives of many of teenagers learn skills they can the youths off the streets'are
riots and racial tensions, the the county's larger com- use to land' permanent jobs. Jobs; and 'that: when: they. 'are 'f
Miami area will play it cool panies. And it is seeking tern- Observers have often stated working they can't' 'riot'. "
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make,jobs and have for the up response been to'8,000 asked of Negroes the to- King Wants New Bill: Of. ,: H

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employers is v e r y encourag-. ; :

ing.small Businessmen,have received, 4,500let-large and Rights For The: Poor : t ;

ters from the county's Equal -
Employment Opportunity Task In testimony,before the National and said that such a bill of In other testimony'made \
Force, in which.jobs for young Advisory Commissionon rights would transform immediately public, the Reverend James : I'' .
Negroes are the targets. Civil Disorders last October the conditions of Negro E. Groppi, a white priest in the j
These businessmen have i and released only this life But he gave no cost opening housing fight in Mil ," ,I
been asked in thelettertc"consider I week, Dr. Martin Luther King estimate. waukee, said that unless a man I I
making planned ad- proposed that just asAmerica The Commission, named by rebelled against a secondary
justments in your work force provided the G. I.bill of rights President Johnson last July status in society,that man was t
somewhat above your usual for veterans, it grant a bill of 29 to find out why and how dead.
q summer employment level to rights for the disadvantaged. city riots occur and recom- Said Father Croppi, "The
accommodate some of the !Our veterans of the long mend steps to prevent them, grievances and the anger.of the 'I.
summer of '68 youth groups." seige of denial,he called them expects to report by March 1. black community are not only
r justified, but this anger is
good. It is a sign of life.It has

Joyce Wharton, 16, an 11th won first prize and a check for Wilkins NAACP to be channelled into a constructive !
Projects Major pattern of social action ';
grade student at Miami Jack- $50 from Donnelly Advertising "
son, proudly displays a bill which sponsored the con- !
board model of her entry in an test. In addition, the student's A Yale law student, J.Stanley {
outdoor poster design contest poster design will be shown Goals For 1968, Sanders, who lives in the )
which has been: conducted in' full size on 10 Donnelly billboards Watts area of Los Angeles, I
the senior high schpols.of; Dade in the county within the New York The' National ment, education, housing and sociation's major J achieve-, said at the same hearing that ;
Association for the Advance- voter Executive ments inthese and other areas "the bureaucratic
-.Whartoa's registration, overwhelming
County ,
$ entry next few days. .
ment of Colored People will Director Roy Wilkins said in during 1967. The record of the sloth and lack of experimentation ,
Miami_ Jackson Student WinsPrize concentrate its efforts in the his report Association's NAACP both at the national and imagination : i
election year of 1968 on such annual corporate meeting hereon level and in local communities ,in programs administered by J.
I basic. problems as employ- Jan. 8, of 50 states."refutes,the flippant the Federal 1 Government incommunides !
First. IN!' Postir Contest .', ,,',v- .._'. ....-.r .Contention' ,''that thecivilrigJttgf / like'Watte com r( I

If, '. .ti rv'. -" '-i. "' 't* #' *,,. A v *jf2i ij,* ' movement tsd, d,"' pound,,: already complex: Ja't;*, ':;' '
A poster 'design by a high lunctl'oa'at' the Columbus 1'fs' We fn TrafficAccidents Mr. Wilkins told' the membership .problems;*' i,)
school student will flash an Hotel, ',when trophies consisting In his further testimony 1" :
,educational e s sag e within of easels andbrushes "It is' hard to separate the ,fore the commission,Dr.King s ; }
the' next few days from ten bill. mounted on wooden bases were three greatest needs of the cited white backlash as an immediate "
** boards scattered throughout presented to them. race .. employment, education cause of outbursts., .,i '

the Greater Miami area. Miss Whaton's first prize separate traffic accidents stop sign. and housingandassign f 1\
l. The design took first prize winning entry will be posted on Sunday two children died with- Both Mr.and Mrs. Burke, priorities," Mr. Wilkins told Woman "
in an outdoor poster contest Donnelly's double billboards.One 6851 19th the members.All three are '
in ten minutes of each otherin NW Court, were injured r.Surren4.rs r.I ,
conducted in the Senior high billboard will display the 'separate hospitals. Mrs. Burke was reported woven together, but Important '
schools of Dade County,the last design, whiletheofherwill in satisfactory condition advances were made inthe attack ;
several months,. give details of the contest. Four-year-old Pandor i and her husband was released on employment. We are l
It was submitted by Joyce Gibson died at Jackson Memorial ;'from the hospital. now following these up with the After: Shooting r P,

Wharton, 16, of 1123 NW 58th Forum to at 645; p.m. from head Pandora, who lived with her intention of making" this area f
' Terrace Miss Warton is an Injuries she received about, parents 2120 NW,54th St. one of top priority. Boyfriend
i 11th grade 'student at Miami Discuss PoliceRelations ,2 p.m. when she wastruck by was struck by a car driven by, Citing the estimated $76.5
::,'" Jackson, high She received a ; a car while trying cross the Charles E. Hester, 32,of 1448 billion to be spent on public Albert Taylor, 35, of 1862
cash award.of$50 from Robert street on NW 22nd Ave. near NW 55th Terrace, police said. construction this year, muchin NW 62nd Terrace, was killed
1 j F. Cochrane, Sr., president of 51st Street the form of wagesthe by pistol shot 'in the chest t ,
I Donnelly Advertising, which The entire public Is Invited U F Withdraws NAACP leader affirmed the last Saturday.: He was found i
;i 4" sponsored the contest. to ajpear at'a'' Breakfast Forum Ten minutes later, Tommy Association's determinationto on the'oor of his room: ., police :.
; meeting to hear and dis ,Burke, 3 1/2 months old, died'at Powell's see that "the Negro gets officers said.;
Second prize of $30 went to cuss community problems and North ShoreHospltal head more than a piddling share of Evelyn Trask Taylor, 50,
,, Dave Shelnutt,* 17, a 12th grade relationship Involving the Po- injuries. James Burke,Jr., Invitation that wage melon." whodeputles saidwas Tay-
student at Miami Norland Senior lice Department of the City of his father 22, of West Holly- Florida University Presi- Coupled with the expansionof lor's girl friend and apparent-
'; High. He lives at 17920 NW Miami. We are hopeful that all wood, was driving. The baby dent Stephen O'Connell can- jobs in thedrive for eco ly not' related to him, was j
5th Avenue. Third prize win- concerned citizens will be on was In his mother's arm when celled the Invitation he had nomic parity, Mr.Wilkins cited charged with murder.. : J
ner with an award of $20 was hand. The time is 8:30 a.m., another car struck the Burke sent Adam Clayton Powell to the Association program"to Deputies said she also lived '
Barbara Bant, 16, of 9065 Saturday. The place is Johnson car, The baby was thrown from speak at the University cam- organize smallNegrocon- it the rooming house. t
55 Freude Avenue She Is in the Hall, 1328 NW Third Avenue. his mother's arm and hit the pus in April. tractors into larger units so When officers arrived the f. '
llth grade at the Miami Beach City and Juvenile Judges will dashboard. Monday powell stopped in that their resources can be woman' had left the bouse, but ;
High School. be on hand along with top level Herbert Ray Jones,22, ot Miami on his way to the Bahamas pooled and they can qualify for surrendered later'at the'pub- ;t'
addition to the $100 in police officers The U.S.Dis- 3081 NW 87th Terrace, was to resume the resi- surety bonds, thus enabling lie 'Safety Building, deputies '.,
f' cash awards, the three top trict Attorney's office will be charged by police with fallingto dence he established there them to bid on large construc- said., She' wis' carrying-aH.38: : .
contestants were honored at a represented also. yield ,the right-of-way at a months ago. tion contracts" caliber pistol. ,: .
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S *4The Fruits of Racism," a ''It/'Islreported./ becauseof either closed or ineffective in some commission staff mem- with recommendations for had at least six persons, two
.; .secret.report of/ Pres. John-, the highly critical contentsof the riot cities.To bers have been in tough with preventing riots and police ac- of whom were Negroes.The .
,,: so's riot commission, is said this document the interim the White House staff. Kerner tion.
the allegation of some teams splitup in
to argue that civil disorder report was not mad Criticism charge reports that the find- facts from two groupsof
former members of the com- Separating opin- ineaclfcity'Visited, with
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':' helps rather than hurts the was levelled at the actions ings of the commission are
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of the
mission that the White House was one greatest two Negroes going Interview
advancement of Negro goals. of certain police depart- might have been Involved in being suppressed to persons problems the commission faced leaders of their''.race on what
ments National Guards units who be that
,The six authors, all social suppressing the interim report "may upset per- One phase of the investi- happened.
and police in cities where riots haps they are not still on the
scientists, say rioting maybe Commission .ChairmanOtto gation alone produced 14,000 ,
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occurred last the interim A commission source said
staff. After
summer. report -
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t the only logical and effective Kerner, governor of Illinois pages of information about the .
The authors also documented the last week, "The total Impact
sidetracked
was com- ,
; political act available to those said: riots in 23 cities Then more
that were mission staff of the report will be impres' ,
trapped In the ghettos. city governments was reduced. than 130 witnesses'addedhundreds -
indifferent and unresponsiveto "I don't know howthe White sive when you see it all together .
The full commission last of pages' of testimony
The approximately: 180- the demands 'of Negroes. House could ask us to tone it Meanwhile, people should
filled with act I
and
week examined suggestions opinion
page survey was originally The argument bat riots can down or up. they have not seen for comjecture.The not pass judgment. You've'got
be published this month as a be 'useful for Negroes was it yet,not has it been dis- long-term recommendations. to' see what happened in the ';7 i S
main section of an interim report DL'\de.to dramatize the finding cussed with them." survey was made by a cities last summer as a single "
'of the National Commis- that legitimate channels for Officials are said to have Other sections of the reportof 40- member commission, system. And you've got to attack f".
sion on'Civil.Disorders. expressing grievances were acknowledged privately that the commission will deal divided into teams. Each team it as a system. ,i

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 19, 1968 COLOR TV TO BE GIVEN

I Collins Kick-off Rally" Jonurory :'15 at DuPont Plaza AWAY SUNDAY I

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Former Governor LeRoy, His talk to the MiamlaOOieDCewill kick-off day event in Miami Janet Reno, Central Miami Gard-; the state years of Florida So in The Ebony Civic Club will
Collies will officially lamch clearly set oct his position have been the newlynamedArea and Irving Cypen, Joe Miami answer to all the people who give away a Color TV set on
his for the United OQ state national issues. Coordinators for Dade ner and Myra Farr have asked 'When do we get SUnday January 21, 9 p.m.at
campaign Collins is expected to cover a County: Mayer Bill McDonald, Be<1d1. started? this is it. January the Hampton House. The set
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wim a kici-cff
Senate
States In all of the state,
"As parts
broad range of subjects that North Miami; former Home- 25 is the date we officially get was originally scheduled to be
at tfce DaPcct: Pica Betel
rally Dade County is no exception
will become part of his campaign stead Mayor Dick cooley, started, and we're expecting a given away Dec. 23 but was
25 at
on Today, Jan. 8:15 people have recalle the great
for the United States Sooth MiamiBlackieBer- fine show of public support for postponed All holders of tic-
P-ra contribution to governmentthat
thiaame and Ernest Stamey,
Senate. Collins." kets are invited to be present.
made in
Acting to coordinate: this Hialeah; Leonard Mellon and Governor Collins

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will be part of an official Col-
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which will start with an 8:30
a.m, press conference fa Tallahassee _
his home tanl.C: _
lins will then fly to Tampa lora
$100 plate lunch at the
Columbia Restaurant, before
flying to Miami fora 5:30p.m.
fund-raising reception at the
Eden Roc Hotel preceding the

DuPont rally. ., .... I i' ,
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John Aurell, Dade: County
campaign coordinator, said
that the Miami campaign
launcher is shaping op as avery
exciting, kick-off "The r'
public rally will be the Ware wa
event in the Collins schedule.
We have planned entertainment -

refreshments, paradesand A
music."Entertainer l
Sammy Uclscb has lined up 9
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the entertainment! and will
serve as Master of Cere-

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Senate two years ago. Since .
then, he has made some 200
speeches throughout the state
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on Future Lois Jordan, Teller and graduate of Crooms High School in Sanford, Florida and Florida A. and 1JI.,

greets a typical family that saves regularly at the Roosevelt office.

Every week Channel Two
will present a program entitl-
ed, "Job Sight." The purpose Where People come First ,
of the program is to acquaintthe

public with opportunities train- . .for Saving th Security and Earning PowerIt's
in various job areas,the
ing that is available, job oat-

look, and other information never too early to start saving regularly, in orderto ment and by exceptionally strong reserves. Too, 1

which a might future help for someone himself.decide develop the qualities of thrift and self-reliance these savers know that FIRST FEDERAL pays the

The program is presented which are so important to every youngster and adult. highest dividends consistent with safety, and sav-

on Channel Two, from 4:30 to And regardless of age, you'll find it pays to save ings accounts are insured up to $15,000 by a per- I

January 5:00 p.m.18, every, host Thursday.Arnold War where you enjoy both liberal dividends and the security manent agency of the United States Government.

ren, assisted by Ronnie Sachs, afforded by the South's largest savings institution.
Whether account is large small will
Editor of the Miami Norland your or you
Senior High School news- More than a quarter million people have entrusted always receive a warm welcome at America's Oldest

paper, the Thor, and Denise their savings to FIRST FEDERAL, because they know Federal. . where people come first.
Fesco, Feature Editor, Interview -
their funds are protected by experienced manage-
Mrs. Maude Reid,Super-
visor of Adult Home Eco- .
nomics Education and Mrs.
Martha Lee LeCroix Super- Savings for regular passbook accounts received by the 22nd of this month

visor of H o m e Economics will earn dividends from the 1st of this month
Education in Dade County High
Schools. Mrs. Selma Ruffe, a
Master Counselor with the
Florida State Employment ROOSEVELT OFFICE t
Service, also participates in

Home probing Economics the full Education Impact of on: C I: First Federal

the South Florida way of life- ) Savings INSURED

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Townes Sees Gains For Negro, In Two Party. System. }\I

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1 Clarence L. Townes, Jr. special assistant to the :: i j1\fl\\ . I t
:::: chairman of the Republican National Committee ::::

::1 highest ranking Negro on the national committee, ;:: .
:::: visited in Mia mi\over the weekend to get a first hand :::: QUESTION: What was our most meaningful accomplishmentOf
::::' look at the Miami! Beach convention site and to check :::: 1967? I.

1 on the progress of the new construction at the Con- ;: If I had to single out any accomplishment that was meaningful -
:::: vention Hall He and his lovely wife,Grace,are now :: for our nation in 1967 it would be the fact that as many of
:::: in Nassau attending the Winter Worker of the National :::: our black brothers and sisters, feeling shapelessly trapped on ,
:::: Newspaper Publishers Association. Times' :::: their islands of despair and turned to the"politics:of violence", I ,
:::: editor Garth Reeves interviewed and :::: I
r C. Mr.Townes some of our young people, our leaders of the.future, began experimenting -
::1: his revealing and informative: answers are printed :::: with the "politics of the possible;" These young
:::: below.QUESTION. :::: black spokesmen seem determined not to remain the captivesof
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one party politics.They know the disadvantages that the Ne-
gro has suffered in certain sections of the nation and In the big

: What is your reaction to events of the past year'?? ap cities, under one-party boss control, and still suffer.
It is a pleasure being in beautiful Florida and I don't like to
be reminded of unpleasant incidents but when I reflect on the
past year's events, I find that they,are not the great accomplishments r QUESTION: What Is your advice to these young 'people?

made by Black people, but rather the persuasive I hope this awareness of the "politics the possible" that
rioting that swept the nation last summer and the seemingly
these directed
young Negroes are beginning to learn about Is not -
" light attitudes that both the white and black elite took toward development of its own institutions, which it could have pride into
of
a "politics isolation by resistance to Black
these and for and to reduce the of violence"it
.' social eruptions. respect help "politics political power from the major community. Ibelleve a politics
Is now engaged in playing. Existing federal programs and Isolation would
of stymie meaningful efforts for social pro- ',
QUESTION: Do you have fears for the future? social agencies or those programs to be planned could'serve gress. But, at the same time,I realize we must be very careful !>f"|
My fears and concern,as a concerned Black American and a the ghetto far better if they lent political,technical and finan- not to waste our political power In worthless coalitions with : *'
: political activist, are great because I have not observed from cial aid to the development of new social welfare Institutionsand defenders of
programs designed to maintain the status-quo. \
, my vantage point in the nation's capital and from mv travels business that would be under Negro management and control ,rl'
any real constructive programming on the part of our govern- .
{ tal forces in Washington to alleviate the causes of these riots QUESTION: What can the Negro look for In 1968? {
nor an honest attempt to justly prevent their reoccurence. All QUESTION: What about Black Power? I;
( I have observed is the allocating of funds and talent to beef up It was my position before Black Power became fashionablein I believe that the politics of this nation can produce meaningful I'
" feferal and local political forces. some quarters, that In many areas the thrust for racial integration results for the Black communities in 1968,,if more of our
worked against the interest of the Negropoor and it middle class Negro spokesmen and leaders begin to understand -
QUESTION: What do you think of the poverty program? still does.QUESTION. as their younger brothers and sisters have begun to
I Federal programs such as the present Anti-Poverty pro- understand that Integration must be understood, not as the physical -
gram have done very little to strengthen the ghetto's capacityto : What is your solution? mingling of a few bodies In classrooms and social clubs,
deal with its own problems, rather it has weakened(with "Black Americans need assistance, not control, to develop but as participation in the control over the major Institutional
, the Green Amendment) the ghetto's already weak power by Negro institutions under Negro leadership and control in orderto spheres of American life through the power generated from ;
making sure that political control by outside forces extend even prepare themselves to enter the mainstream of American control over their own communities. And that the politics of
i deeper into control over life in the ghetto. life. This is especially true when we take into considerationthat this nation is neither a pendulum swinging hopelessly to the
the Negro masses must amass real political power In left or right, but balancing toward the center In an effort to I:'
QUESTION: What can be done to improve the poverty program? order to gain the leverage necessary to affect the planning, move ahead on a path of truly representative government of
J The ghetto is deprived of resources that could encourage the produce the legislation and accrue the funds for such pressPepper two party politics. {:



., -otIJIIIIIII' Does Powell Need Grocery Meney? i'j.' I

Adam Clayton Powell, expelled these speaking tours Is probably come of $55,000 a year ($30- \ ,
rI congressman from an In die a tf 0 n that the 000 f r o m Congress and $25- ,
I Harlem, might be In need of preacher, politician,and play- 000 from his Harlem Baptist
grocery money, think some boy can use some extra money Church). But now that these if'\ I
'" observers, as Powell accepted for his living expenses. Items have been cut off, plus j
last the salary he 1
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,,,, This interruption of his Ba- had managed to live better than in need of money for food, I-\
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per has nominated Alfred Gat- and a Member of the Jun- names the top six scorers on ;: ( THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

son, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. ior Engineer and Technological this examination for each vacancy MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH, OPERATING
West Hill of 1329 NW 70th st., Society He Is alsoa to one of the military IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
Miami, as one of 18 Eleventh Member of the National academies. For 1968 he has

Congressional District youths Honor Society and a Memberof three vacancies ito the Air A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for I
who will compete for the Con the Mayor's Youth'Advisory Force on the basis of their high tenants convenienceA tj
gressman's three vacanciesIn Board. school records, their college \
the United States Air Force Gatson won nomination to board examination, their community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent r\
Academy class which begins in the Air Force Academy by physical and leadership quali- fee," fllmhhed and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment. R,
July, 1968. scoring among the top 18 on fications, and the Air Force
A public relations department to assist with problems.
Young Gatson is a Senior at the competitive examination will select the three young men you your rl
Miami Northwestern Senior conducted for Congressman It considers best qualified to Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the .tof hoosl ng.

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To Be EqualBy


'.0 Whitney Young, Jr.

Executive Director
Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phonei, 691.0421 By Booker T. Hayes National Urban League

H. E. SIGIS UND BEEVES, editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Driving
Defensive Federal Role In Housingpast
STANLEY I 1. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor

..Natlon .t. Advertising Representative ... As the number of highway accidents involving death increase, actions by the federal government are responsible for
: ; Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. the advice of the experts tothedrivingpublic is to "Drive Defensively many of our present housing problems.Government actually .
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 ." We hear this phrase from every individual officially jelped to create racial ghettos, andib inaction createda
Member of the Notional Publisher Association
2400 Sv: Michigan Newspaper Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 or civicly concerned about the increasing numberof shortage of housing for low and moderate income families.
automobile fatalities but a majority of the people for whom
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the warning is Intended are not aware of the meaning of defensive Now there are signs that the government will take steps to
ONE 'YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 driving few people have taken the time to inquire as to correct some of the errors of th2 past.

Entered at Second Clays Matter, August 9, t t9 7',t.'the. Post the meaning others have used the method of deduction to The Urban Renewal Administration, for example, refused to

Office at,Miami- -,.'FlarJdo. ..{;> ';".under. the act, 'v'af March"8187l" '. V .. ', reach what they consider the only possible meaning. When ask approve 99 applications for renewal projects because they
'.'CREO 'OF' THE,'NEGRO PRESS"' r., ed about defensive driving the usual response from drivers is didn't provide for slum dwellers. At the sa mi time, it approved
The, }NEGRO:PRESS'believes that America can best I lead to watch out for the other fellow.Some drivers become so involved projects for expanding housing for the poor.
the world;'(from racial and national ant 'gonhm when It accords watchin out for the other fellow they become a traffic
to every in regardless: of his creed or color his human
and legal'.rights Hating no ace/ no man..the Negro hazzard themselves. And! the Cabinet-level Housing and Urban Development Department -
driver
Press strives to help everyman In the firm belief that all men Certain characteristics distinguish: the defensive headed by Robert Weaver, announced new rules for
are hurt as.; :'long,as anyone Is held bock. -. from the offensive driver. If I were to list them in order of low-income projects which will help to break up the ghetto.
'their importance, I would consider literacy the first and foremast -
Qc '} ditor'5 otrhooh[ prerequisite for defensive driving. Our traffic is regulated Generally, when a city is planning a low-income project, it

and controlled by mechanical and stationary signs and picks a site in the ghetto.This insures that the Negro poor will

EDUCATION NEWS markings that make literacy a must. A driver unable to readis stay out of predominately white areas. It also leads! government -

a menace to any roadway. The danger here is two-fold because support to segregation.Under .
Governor Claude Kirk has* called a special session of the the unsuspecting driver is equally in danger to a mis-

Legislature to beheld in Sai'sot onjanuary 29. interpretation on the part of the illiterate driver. The second the new rules, any city planning such project won't

Senator Robert Shevin thinks.it.is impossible to get a.quorum requirement is alertness. An alert driver is better able to ad- get federal! aid unless it submits an alternate site outside the
of the'Florida Commission for tax reform together in that just to the changing patterns of todays unrealistic speed limits, ghetto, or proves that none exist. This will give low-income

city.A coupled with an over-abundance of leasure prone pleasure tenants their choice of housing opportunities and will force
meeting o f the tax reform group had been called by its seekers. Third, though equally as important as the first two, cities to plan for balanced distribution of housing.
chairman. Rep: James Sweeny, at the urging of Rep. Shevin, would be a real des i r e on the p a r t of the driver for his own

a member oLe commission. personal safety as well as others. The concern here should be Another JEW rule relates to tenant selection. Most cities

He thought it encumbent upon the commission to make recommendations '- more for doing what is safe rather than demanding the right- have all-Negroprojectsandall-ones. In at least one city,
.to" .the' special session on tax increases to finance of-way which is rightfully yours; because there is always the twi such projects face each other across a street, whites on
education needs expected to run from$300 million up to possibility of losing while winning and visa versa. one side, Negroes on the other.
$500 million. Defensive driving means just what the name implies, driving .

In his Special Session call, Governor Kirk appeased his "no with a defensive approach. The defensive driver must oper- Now applicants will be part of a city-widepool and won't be
tax" election pledge by tying recommendations for more school ate his 'vehicle correctly while anticipating the nuves of all able to apply to segregated projects. When the applicant's name

money to proposed organizations, which would require con- the drivers of the other cars his jouney makes it necessaryfor come to the top of the list, he'llhave to take the project which

stitutional amendments by referendum.A him to encounter.He does not wait for certain situations to has a vacancy. If, .after three offers of apartments, he still
majority of the commission seems to think that the com- develop to check the surrounding traffic.His exact position as turns them all down, he'll just have to go to the bottom of the
mission which had directed the 1967 Legislature to
been by to other cars is necessary information. In many instances, he list. In that way, HUD plans break up present patterns of segregation -
make of taxes should not act on anemsr-
a two-year study ,
can really be considered a pessinist, because he must be pre- in government-aided projects.
encv basis and make recommendations to the January Spec for the roads
pared even worst that could happen.All approach
ial Se5'tion. become a potential danger area and m::1st be regarded with cau- These two steps will go a long way towards breaking up the
Senator Tom Slade said that if the Legislature adopts intact tion. This is especially true in 011'city because of the out-of- segregated housing patterns forced on the Negro poor. Past

the recommendations of the Commission on Quality Edu- town drivers we encointer daily. The different driving habitsof practices created the ghetto and our whole urban economy suffers -

cation, big Dade County will be on the short end again. people coming from various parts of the county and abroad for it. These new rules are an attempt to mike up for
The commission that the state take over the burden
urges adds to the confusion making defensive driving a must. yesterday's mistakes and to extend freedom of choice to all
of school financing which property owners now pay. "We wouldbe Atn>ncans.
asking Dade to stand still while the rest of the state catchesup

," said the} Jacksonville Senator, whose county would be
those benefitting most. MIAMI COUNTY? One of the federal agencies which has done the most to help
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Dade County is so well known that Ye Editor could hardlysee is also moving to help minority groups secure better
CONGRESSMAN POWELL SPEAKS that name being changed unless it becomes Miami Dade. housing.; The FHA once refused mortgages to Negroes moving
However the Action Committee of the Government Research
into white
Adam Clayton Powell, former Congressman, who has been neighborhoods.
Council has asked its executive to a
body approve petition
comfortably domiciled at Bimini, Bahamas, for some time,
was a visitor in California last week. seeking the change by October 1. The committee's proposal The FHA took a survey last summer and found that since

He visited campuses and the University of California,wherehe includes changing the name of Dade County to Miam! County.A 1962 only three percent of new homes insubdivistons;; insuredby

addressed an audience of 4,000, urging them to join in a referendum on such a change was defeated some years federal guarantees had been sold to Negroes. Because of
black revolution that might need violence, telling them, "You ago and as we see it, there will be another defeat. Of course, this, the agency has told it s offices to mike a greater effortto

are a new breed of cats; the old order is dead..- gone with the we could be wrong The decision will be made by voters ex- provide housing for minority groups, "or else" A topof-

wind." ercising their right of franchise. ficial said its employees should I move in this field, or they

At out-door Powell is should step aside.
an Berkley rally reported as saying MOTHERS' MARCHOne
"We are tired of the American way of life and of these senile
Even the Federal Trade Commission is getting into the act.
people forced on us in Washington and Berkley.
of the most significant commitments a woman can mike It recently took some Virginia apartment owners to court because -
Powell has the flu. He would remain in seclusion until he is
. today is to do her best to assure the birth of healthy children. they didn't mention: in their advertisements that they sold
able to back to Bimini said the
fly spokesman.
Her own, first of all, and then the children of all mothers. only to whites. If this policy is extended to cover biased land-
Well, that's some speech for the former Congressman to
make. Healthy children are a blessing. We are reminded of this lords it could do a lot to break down housing segregation.It's .
when we learn about the imminent Mothers' March of Dimesin

our com I11lmity. good to see federal agencies moving like this. They have
SOMETHING ABOUT DOPE As most people know, the anthers are marching into battle the skill and the power to make democracy real for millions

Reading the Miami Daily News on Tuesday evening, I learned against birth defects to collect funds which the March of Dimes ww! are discriminated against on racial grounds.Quiet for too

quite a few things. I am almost ashamed to admit I am so will channel into research and treatment.As long, they are finally acting, and they are showing their de-
ignorant. However, it's never too late to learn--worthwhile a step toward prevention of birth defects the March of termination to serve allAmericansnot, just those with the approved -
things--of course. Now I know what I am writing about, but Dimes, now celebrating its 30th Anniversary, has initiated education skin color.

there is no chance of harm coming to me. programs encouraging preconceptual and prenatal care.
Here's what I'm talking about..-Dope; I didn't know about the The voluntary health organization also finances Researchand This is just a beginning however. The government will haveto

dope pot. I heard a lot about marijuana, but have never seen Treatment Centers for the bedside study of birth defects do a lot more to provide open occupancy for all American

any; never saw or heard before of DMT, STP or LSD, except and the development of treatment techniques. citizens, and it will have to undertake the massive: construction -
when I learned my ABC, and that happened 82 years ago. The National Foundation now has nearly 100 of these Birth needed to end the shortage of housing for low and mod

(When I went to s c h 001 LSD meant pounds, shillings and Defects Centers throughout the country. erate income families.The .
penceEnglish money). More research and more Centers are needed. Whether these

I know there is no harm in smoking, although I do not, and needs are met depends on the generosity of your contribution .
to the Much of Dimes request was made in a letter from the CRB Chairman
never have done so. Strange, to say, while a teenager, after Harry Cain, explaining the concern aroused in the Negro community j
school hours, I learned howto make cigars,but could not stand
by Headley's announcement of and dogs'approach
SEE PRINCESS ANOTHER TIGER a "shotguns
the scent of to b ace o. So I forgot that and chose printing. It to
cutting crime in the Negro areas.
turned out to be, in my opinion, the best thing I have ever done.
From Delphi, India, via New York, comes a white tiger to
I do know about pots you cook in, and about flower pots, etc. find a home at the Crandon Park Zoo. This animal was given Headley replied by sending a three-paragraph letter and a

So maybe I am not so ignorant after all. the Zoo by Col. Ralph Scott, a Bal Harbor socialite and sportsman. copy of the Miami Police Department's training bulletin. He
"Whosoever shall review his life will find that the whole told Cain tha he was"at liberty to reproduce the training bul-
tenor of his conduct has been determined by some accident of letin, but took no in
Princess, as she is called, was met by a delegation of of- position his letter on the bulletin pledgeto
no apparent moment." Johnson. ficials. She weighs 200 pounds, measures sevenfeet--talland enforce the law impartially without regard to race, creed,

all--and is valued at $35,000.The color, or national origin, or situation in life."

50 YEARS' IMPRISONMENTThat donor has given title to Princess to the Zoological So-
ciety of Florida for keeping at the Crandon Park free zoo oper- W have heard of an instance where officer, not a Negro,

ated by Metropolitan Dade County Parks and Recreation De- was rather uncouth to a Negro, and that without reason.
is the sentence Ernest Bird Jr. by Judge Carting
given ;
partment. Officers, all of them should be courteous while on duty any-
Steadman after Bird's conviction last Thursday of two rob-
beries. Visitors will be able to see Princess ton Sunday in a cage way.
near the four orange and black tigers at the zoo.
Bird lived at 276 NW Sixth Street. One of his witnesses was

his brother-in-law, Robert Leo Kelly.

Bird wanted to discharge his lawyer, charging him with in- OFFICERS SHOULD BE COURTEOUSPolice MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

competency, but judge Steadman refused.We MIAMI
TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
have heard many complaints about light sentences being
imposed by our judges for serious crimes. Evidently, Judge Chief'Walter: Headley Sidetracked a request ,from APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

Steadman cannot biconsideredin that category. the Community Relations Board hat he certify his"get tough" THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
Such a sentence should, or perhaps will be a deterent and policy to reaffirm his intention to ignore race In enforcing the PLEASE
PATRONIZE THEM!
help.in.redueiD(.Crime.not only In our county,.but in.our state. law;

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By John A. Diaz
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NATIVES' DISCOURTESY* TO VISITORS IN THE,BAHAMAS t
EXAGGERATEDFor "
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centuries white people of affluence have visited the Ba-
hamas as tourists. These travelers have always received an :
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abundance ofcourtesy and even' docility from the natives.
These Bahamians were never so dumb that they did not know
that their livelihood depended upon these human traits.It kk
has become natural for the natives of these islands to do I
nothing that would ruin their bread and butter--the tourist
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trade. 1
Practically no one had read before the advent of the Pind- ,, .
ling regime that visitors to the Bahamas received discourtesyfrom
the natives. But as soon as Negroes took over the admin- ,
istration of the government of the British colony you read that
the Bahamians were discourteous to white visitors.This couldbe rs f N s r a
a terrible blow to the tourist trade. But you must not be-
lieve it; for it could be a piece of propaganda that was spreadby t

by a the public Pindling relations government.firm, whichwasreplacedfor another one ; h ATI 1 '

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One or two isolated instances of discourtesy displayed in
any country by its citizens should not be used as a generalization : I

to Judge the country's mood of conduct to visitors. -. i-i \
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TRIGGER WORDS THAT THE POLICE CAN AVOID '
You have heard remarks made about a person that developedinto f
a serious misunderstanding. Many of us at some time have i4 :
been guilty of what is sometimes called "hoof and mouth ,

disease." ,... I II I
It is most important that a police officer be fully aware of ..
words that can trigger explosive and sometimes violent situa- of
tions. The use of trigger words has often led to assaults and
further conflicts between police and citizens. Sometimes the
officer is the victim sometimes the citizen is the victim.
The Commissioners' Council on Human Relations in Wash-
ington advises the police and community members to avoid f oi(I Ko\n\iu( I

derogatory, demeaning words in dealing with any problem. It ANYTHINGBY ( () UNIT" Legal
calls these words verbal abuse of trigger words. AiO..FIC BBHWB i.
Such expressions as "you kind," "you people,""you boys," I GARTH C. REEVES GOES. .
"you Catholics," alienate the speaker from his audience, as ServicesBY t
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it puts class against class through the I -- You concept. ;
No one wishes to be classied as"old" or "aged." Likewise, ALONG FREEDOM ROAD : Leo Adderly,
it is rare to find one who wishes to be considered as imma- Center Attorne ;1
ture. Therefore, the terms "boy" or "girl" as applied to Twenty teachers in Posen-Robbens, Ill, fired by the school ..- f'.
adults are insulting as they imply Immaturity or inferiority.Such board for observing an NAACP picket line in front of a dilapi-
expressions as "Sir," "Miss," Madam," are accep- dated school, were rehired as a result of protests by the SOCIAL SECURITY AMENDMENTS
table by persons of any class or station in life and are more American Federation of Teachers. The 20 also received back Effective January 2, of this year the Social Security law
likely to win friends than enemies--evenamongthe most hos- pay for the time they were out of school. amended to allow more Americans to participate in its \if'if'was I
tile citizens. An interracial locafof the American Federation of Teacher benefits. t tHeretofore .
A COLORED HEART IN A WHITE BODY picketed the Mobile, Ala. board of education to demand higher
The irrelevance of skin color proved in South Africa, salaries for the county's teachers. I' a widow could not get Social Security benefits
where a white man is living with the heart of a colored man. Two thousand ,women, mostly white, have been campaigningfor until she reached age 60, unless she had in her care a child I -
South Africa's reputation for institutionalized racism is s 0 12 years against the inhumane laws of racially segregatedSouth entitled to benefits based on her husband's earnings. Now, a i i'I''I
well established that many people were undoubtedly surprised Africa. The women wear black mourning sash and a sign widow who has a physical or mental impairment that is severe -
to learn that Dr. Christian N. Barnard's second human heart Indicating the reason for their silent vigil. Black Sash is one enough to prevent any gainful work, and the impairment t:
transplant was from a colored donor to a white recipient. Bet- of the few protesting voices left in South Africa. has lasted, or expected to last twelve months or more, and
ter prepared for this were those who had followed the earlier Fair Housing, Inc., a volunteer agency in Boston,has helped whose husband worked long enough under SocialSecurity, may
case most closely; for Dr. Barnad'swhite donor then not only move some 700 Negro families into white neighborhoods dur- be able to get monthly benefits as soon as age 50. 1 "
provided a heart for Louis Washkansky but also a kidney for a ing the past five year!. More than 500 families moved to sub- ,"
ten-year-old colored boy. urban areas near Boston; 161 families integrated previously A dependent disabled widower may also be eligible for pay-
So, you see, this white surgeon knows no color line in his all-white neighborhoods in Bosto proper; and 234 families ments under the amended law, if he is 50 years or older, and
profession. That's how it ought to be!in all professions, occu- moved to better housing within predominantly Negro neighbor- was receiving at least half of his support from his wife at the
pations, and other positions. hoods. time of her death.Moreover .
Dr. Barnard has for many years transplanting kidneys Louisville, Ky. passed an open housing ordinance with teeth
between whites and colored persons, as necessary'and advis- which became effective Dec. 27. The law gives the Louisvilleand the minimum benefit for workers retiring at 65''
able in particular cases. Jefferson County Human Relations Commission power to has been increased from $44.00 to $55.00 a month. Benefici-
Everybody ought to know by now, that the majority of doc- investigate complaints, conduct hearings, impose fines up to aries in all other catagories will also receive across-the-
tors the world over are "color blind" in the administrationof $100 or seek court orders to enforce the law. Efforts to get a board increase of at least 13 percent in monthly payments.
blood transfusions, which is one of the most routine and law with enforcement powers were voted down by a Republican -
common hospital procedures. board last April, leading to the defeat of incumbent alder-
These examples from medicine are vivid and useful reminders man last November. Enrollment for medical insurance is available to people 65
to racists and bigots that the true similiarities and differ- and over to supplement their basic hospital insurance under
ences among human beings are more complex than the usual Medicare. This is not a new feature of the law., But enrollment
emphasis on skin color would suggest.Two i*:: open for a three month period each year for people who
persons whose blood types are both "A' positive, for qualify for this benefit, and who have not previously taken ad-
example, are in this respect biologically more closely related LETTERS to EDITo1 I vantage of it. People in this catagory must enroll within three
(regardless of their skin colors) than either one is re, years after their first opportunity to do so, i, e., age 65, to
lated to someone with the same approximate skin color but with take advantage of this insurance plan. And, those seeking to
a "B" negative blood. take advantage of this feature of the law must enroll by April i
This fact, a white man living with the heart of a colored man Premiums will not have to be paid until July 1, however, t(jj
Dear Garth
has raised the question, if a young colored man is good enoughto ; when the insurance coverage will become effective. 1.}
give his heart to a dying white man, he is not also good I
,II I Just couldn't help commenting on this article clipped fromSaturday's l
enough to sit on the same park bench with a white man?
The amendments; also make it easier for workers l
Herald, (Negroes Shun Waiter Training). If it's true younger
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNIERES we Negroes were properly informed of the hiring policies of and their families to qualify for benefits under the law. Prior .:
hotels, it's a darned shame that some of us think so shallowlythat to the effective date of the amended law, one needed credits
j I for at least five out of the last ten before becoming dis- ,
we can't see the forest for the trees. After all, we can't years
all be doctors, lawyers, and teachers, (and newspapermen). abled, unless the disability was due blindness,to qualify for t
.f Some of us have to work the various service trades. disability payments. In most instances, this made it almost
91 impossible for the younger worker to qualify. The amendedlaw

From my experience in job-training and in industry,I'd say now provides that if one becomes disabled between the age
that a not-too-small percentage of the quote underemployedand 24 and 31 he will only need credits for one-half the time between I
unemployed unquote wpn't ever be able to succeed, in white age 21, and the time he becomes unable to work. And
collar Jobs. And the sooner we stop deluding ourselves the the person who becomes disabled prior to his 24th birthday will
need only a and a half work credits out of the three
,\\1 sooner we can prepare for Jobs--all kinds--and beginbridgingthe year year
r I 'gap between the haves and the havenots. period endng when his disability began.

MR WHITFIELD MISS KNOWLES MR. WYNN I'd like to.see strong leadership in community get'on Finally, the amended law allows a,worker to increase the
with the business of working on our attitudes towards self; to amount of earnings that can be counted toward benefits in a
lion Cecil Wallace Whitfield, in Miami this week, debonair start; thinking more kindly of N u m be r understanding; year from $6,600 to $7,800; thereby increasing future cash
minister of Works in the Bahamas government, and chairmanof something of ourselves as humans, as Blacks and as indi- benefits.
the party in power,the Progressive Liberal Party, for play- viduals. All work, even that of heads of states, when you get ,
ing that big part in the election of Premier Lynden Pindling. down to basics, is nothing more than a way of using the time Listen to WKAT, 1260 on your radio dial every Sunday, i
11:40 p.m., for legal panel discussions topics of interest to
Mr. William Wynn, United. Fund executive, knowledgeableand allotted you.
and the
efficient in the execise of his duties, for being one of the you community. '
most active civic workers in the affairs of good race relations. I'm for white collar jobs-yes'But I'm not a'gin white uni- :
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in. the community. x 1 forms for those who- an't button down' collar.f f i ' CLASSIFIEb"A :
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reigned as queen with the charm,beauty,personality iji!hJ] BRING :RESULTS : ,: : ..
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Les Violins Supper Club with its International Cuisine, Famous J IR I
Singing Waiters: and Strolling Violins was the scene of a BY PRISCILLA REDDING l '
dinner party for Miami Links when Connecting Links (hus- IOn ;J',l ',,',
bands) were hosts,on Sunday, Jan, 14, January 14, the Second Baptist Church, Rev.John A. Fer- .t "'W "' 1'

Rowena Richardson has returned to her 64th Street home guson, pastor, held its 1968 Installation Ceremony.The -..... j :. 'd5:
after a visit to.Eleuthera; and Nassau in the Bahamas. Row na pastor wish to thank each and everyone for their cooperation I. r='=r'.m.-.-,.. "L ,7,

was accompanied by her grandchildren, Angel and Norman .' ..-- (
Richardson'. She was the houseguest of Mr and Mrs Eric But- On next Sunday Jan. 21, the "Lawn of the" Month" will be t 'J .-M.
chosen. The judges will select the best groomed lawn in area '

ler.Mrs.. Theodore (Juanita) Plessey jetted to Wichita, Kansasto 3. Area 3 starts from Buchanan Street to 102nd Avenue. If you
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be at the bedside of her 'daughter,' Debra. live in area three mike sure your lawn is well groomed. ..N..tf
Mr, and Mrs. Carl (Ella) Hall are the proud parents of a The Richmond Heights Girl Scout Association held its regular -
darling baby girl, Carla Lynn. Mother and baby are fine. meeting The next meeting will be Feb. 10, at the home 01:
...- 1| After anabsence of26years, Mrs Kenneth Mrs. Kay Collins 14741 Fillmore Street. The association will Greater Miami Urban League Guild makes contribution -

(Merklean) Clarke, accompaniedbythe start a'LTDTraining Program. The time for this meeting is / to local Urban League. Pictured above right to left,

godmothers of her daughter, Cynthia, Agnes 7 to 8 p.m.During Mrs. Ann Lindsey Packard Guild president presents
1-: Tllghmin and Winifred Richardson were the the past week the Cougar's wereona wild rampage.In check for 51500.00 to Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of
houseguests of her sister-in-law, BeatriceC. their baketball competition on Tuesday they faced Miami the Urban League Board. This contribution will be usedto
\ Eve. The group also took the delightful Central and on. Fridayevening they faced the Key West promote the work of the Urban League.
." J 1 cruise on the Bahamas Star for Christmas Counch's In Wrestling competition the Cougar's faced Edison
|Nassau.. and Hialeah at Killian's gym.
l' Many courtesies were extended to Agnes Mrs. Ruby Benbow daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. I. D.
:1' ". ,and Winifred during their stay inMfcmi. Bendow of 14000 Harrison Street is ill and is asking the pray- SPECIAL! Restyle Mon., Tues.,
Some of those who entertained in their honorMERKLEAN ers of the community.The Wed. Only $3.88
were Mrs. Sybil Ramos, Virginia Christian, Richmond Height's Woman's Club is inviting its women Expert Styling 8. Cleaning
nd Clara B. Grant of Richmond Heights. After 17 days of residents to join them in their first in-service workshop All Credit Cards Honored

soaking up sunshine in Miami it was difficult to board a Jet to Sunday, January 21, from 4- 7:00: p.m., at Tots Town Kinder- 100% Human Hair Wigs.
return to 26 degree weather in New York City. Their first visitto garten, 14680 Bethune Drive. Consultants will be available to Buy 1, Get 1 Free
Florida (Tilghman-Richardson) was more than they dream :provide Information in the areas of devotion, duties of officers,
ed. Now that they have "sand in their shoes" they plan to doa I parliamentary procedures, membership drives and club ac-
repeat performance Christmas, 1968. 'tivities. Join them and find out how you can help improve your
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Hyacinth Rowe of Philadelphia has relumed home after two I community ')'" y I ':Jr c.)
weeks vacation with her cousin, Blanche Dean. WIGLETS & FALLS
Here from New York for a visit with her twin sister, Rowena M,,. Harve,
Williams were Verbena Stence and son, Rickey of New York 4419 HW 17 AVENUE 633-9370
Mrs. Ella Baker, an active member of First Baptist Churchin
City,
Opa-locka, and active in district, state and national affairsof
Catherine North has returned to the city after attending the
the Baptists, was called to Boston, Ga., to attend the funeral
of sister in
wedding Queen McKinney Nassau.
of her brother.
Linton Berrien made a sad journey to New York City to com-
Miss Judith Marie Grdnerwtl; laaseihecitySuuliy! ; :ifter-
plete the funeral arrangements of his mother.
mOM to ':out; vie her studies at West Virginia State College.She .
Prof and Millicient Wilson had the same sad duty to performfor
is the daughter of the late Anthony E. Gardiner II. Coo
Profs father. Mr. Davis W. Wilson.. Sr.. of-- Camden.. -S.. C.-- c.
Wedding bells \will ring for Freddie Johnson .
daughter of Mr. Fred Cobb and the late '
Mrs, Minnie Cobb; and Mr. Richard Ingra- EXOTIC FASHIONS BEAUTY k SALON \ /k

ham, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ingraham,
Sr. on February 24 at Mt. Tabor Baptist 15980 NW 27th Avenue

Church. "HOUSE OF SOUL BEAUTY"
Among those in our city i for the Supei HIGH FASHION WIG & HAIR STYLING

Bowl, Sunday, were D, L. Leaver, Dr Johr
Parnell, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vance, Daytona ALL 100% HUMAN HAIR Styled 100%
Beach ; Mr and Mrs. Eddie Postell,, & WIGSFALLSWIGLETSNOT Human Hair Wig let.
Lakeland; and Mr, Gene Caruthers, Nash' J aI J With Shampoo & Press
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I vile. FREDDIE WIGS $8.95 completeSHORTIE
: Get well wishes to: Olivia Edwards, Baptist; Jimmye Bryant,
Carl Hanna, Harcourt Alexander, Christian; ElmerWard,
Mercy. All Colors We specialize in Perm Hair

Sixty members and their wives are expected to gather in 3895 You Pick Relaxing and Nu-Koir Scalp

Nassau, Bahamas, January 18-21 at the fabulous Nassau Beach the Style Treatments. Satisfaction
Hotel, for the annual winter workshop of the National News- Guaranteed
paper Publishers Association. Mr. John Murphy of the Balti- EASY CREDIT TERMS
more Afro-American is President.

During the holidays, Arthur and Hattie Evans had the sad
task of attending the funeral of Mrs. Mildred Fears, Hattie's FOR BEAUTY SALON APPOINTMENT

mother in Bessemer, Alabama.Sgt. WIG SERVICE, PICKUP & DELIVERYTO
Glen R. Butler, son of Mrs. Mae Monroe has gone to SEE OUR WIGS AT HOME
Thailand for two years.
CALL 6250441OPEN
Mrs. Carl Williams was hostess to MRS on Saturday evening -
; at her home in Brownsville. TUES.-FRI.-10-8 SAT. 10-6 Belthte Bee

Dr. and Mrs S. H. (Fannie) Johnsonentertainedwith a din-
ner party on Sunday, Jan. 14 honoring Rev. and Mrs. M. C. CLOSED MONDAYS!

Gregory and Mr. Richard Dawson of Nyack, N. Y. sr i6mr iRot 76Ltt 760ot nr>pae 7e r t'1Zar Eiot 76iat iFCt'iRyt EZat iRsr iRar i r il t it r it t
Friends of Edna DeVeaux are happy to know that she has
recovered from the virus that has felled so many of us.
Dates to Remember:
Thursday-January 25, 1968 Inter-faith Day Luncheon
11:30 a.m. Miami Springs Villas 0

February 12 Fabulous Forecast of Coiffures and Fash-
ions, Biscayne Terrace Starlight Room.
Dr, Larzette G. Hale, Supreme Basileus of Alpha Kappa
Alpha was the guest speaker at a Founder's Day program of
the local chapter, Gamma Zeta Omega at the home of Mrs.
David Dobbs on Friday evening.
The romantic Gibson

Start Your Girl look in a fresh up-

PERSONAL MENTION beat creation by Bernie

e eM Bee. femi-
Miss Vervie Rolle of Nassau, Bahamas,was a weekend visi- Fabulously
tor in our fair city. Miss Rolle is the niece of Mr. Hugh S. Nix- TODAYJoin nine in soft acetate-rayo,
on, and is employed at the Bank of Novia Scotia in Nassau.A .
fully lined, with wide satin

one of these classes NOW belt. Sizes 8 to 16 in black,

gray, celery, pink and blue. $27.
$ .50 a week totals. .$ :::;.00
FRIEND WHO CARES
$ 1.00 a week tofaU. .$ 50.OO f"lit \
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Who cares for me when things go wrong, I $ :2.00 a week totals .$ 100.00 \lit' .nHAVING ""
Who cares for me when my heart has no song, I 11 \.E\..'
$ (VOO a week totals .9 2AO.OO O"OE"'fU\
Who cares for me when I am ill, WLin
Who cares for me through winter's chill, $10.00 a week totals. 9 500.0O
Who cares In spite of summer heat,
Who offers his all without deceit?
Lincoln National Bankof y's

Who smiles at me, though I may frown, Miami n R I 1 hO n
Who is always near when I am down,
6013 I N. W. 7th r
of love Avenue
Who watches me with eyes ,
Who thinks that I am a god from above, MIAMI. FLORIDA LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!

When I am sad who can make me happy, Member Federal: Deposit Insurance Corporation
Menbrr I'nltial Kcsene Syitrnt 6112 NW 7th AVENUE EDISON CENTER
A friend who is true, my faithful dog, Cappy.
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r-4 ; White. Danny sue Francis and ter 01 Mrs: Cherrye Brown "
Sylvia Ann Rolle, niece of the Boyer and the late Billy Mills. \
bride were Junior attendants; A graduate of Miami Booker, .'
'T. Washington, High School '. '
Sabrina Barnes, Macia Brown ?: "
and Liza Jordan, flower girls., 'she received :a Miami.Herafd: '
y 4,t tsl F Crawford Hadley served as Silver Knight /'c rtlficate for '
: best man. Ushers were John outstanding musical t, talent.. \
Gulley, William Jackson, After a freshman year at
*off bMkIiIJ Philip Johnson, Edward King, Knoxville College, she completed \f
and Ellis M, Robinson. Myron her undergraduate work lat
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Among the many items donatedto Dawkins and Lofton Moncur Paul Quinn College in 1963.
the vocational program by private industry. vas an automobile ( 1UI.t were j Junior ushers; Isaac She is doing graduate work at .\
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frontend : Tuskegee. The bride served as
assembly accepted by Dr.Gilbert Mickens, ringbearer.Mrs. .
L. Porter, special assistant to the Daniel Boyer, motherof director of two EOPI Day Care
deputy superintendent, on behalf of the Dade the bride, wore a lime silk Centers Manor Park and "
County school system. .. To hear her spouse t tweed ensemble with matching Dorsey. Mrs. Boggess, grand-
spill it, singsation Aretha Franklin entereda slippers. dome-shaped daughter of a Methodist min-
Detroit hospital suffering with a serIous- turban was of gold lame as ister and also of a bishop,has
ly-injured orb, supposedly gotten when shes were. her accessories Miss always been active InAME
li.pped and fell in a bathtub at home . a ;, Ollie Mae Smith in floor- Church affairs both on local
Charley (What A Manl)Raysor passed in s a length formal pink crepe and and district levels. She was
state hospital last Wednesday ayem. Fun- 'rat chiffon gown represented the Included in the 1965 edition of
eral held from House of Albert Saturday. ..... groom's family. Both Godmo- "Outstanding Young Women r: :
1:30 pee emm. thers were present Mrs. in America."
Ball in Mr. Boggess is the son of
W. F. a pie blue silk
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: EOPIHomestead)secretary Thelma Wilson Boggess, sr., and the f
Melton's mother Mrs Lizzie Melton fell and injured her leg. tweed ensemble, a white and late Margaret Boggess of
Has to be lifted here there . Marshall Wisehart and John silver turban and silver accessories Waco, Texas. He is currently .
Bouvier's first Carver Village (Knight Manor) tenant (when ; and Mrs. Carl employed in Waco and attending ;r, ;
Robinson in formal orchid
this reporter was housing manager) Herman Brooks, passedin college. The couple spenta
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California . Retired Trinity Wesleyan Methodist minis- crepe accessories.All brief honeymoon In Dallas i,
ter Rev. Alexander Allen, has a bum ticker. Cutups occured four wore purple orchid en route to Waco where they 4
last Friday. .Theda Christian's uncle died in New York City. corsages.The are making their home.
Burial here last reception followed im-
Saturday. Among affairs preceding f
mediately after the
ceremonyat wedding were'a lingerie show I k!
SALT WATER TAFFY: Mia m I- To-Nassau-To-Miami: I:099U411tiL Wt4/j"Q dence spacious of Miamtresi- er by the Jolliets Civic andSo- ,
Bernice Johnson-Green, the Shedrick (Jennie) Davis', Hansel the bride's Godparents cial Club of which the bride ,
Higgs and daughter Ann, Jolien R. Taylor, the JohnAnnabell 1 Bishop W. F. Ball and was president; a linen shower
Harris) Andersons, Sharon Taylor and baby sonCecil, Roslyn Cherry Anna Mills was princess-styled with long Mrs. Ball. Mrs. SamuelGleen given by Mesdames Geneva
Davis-Clark, Juanita Finley-Matthews, Janet Roberts, the 'married to Wilson Boggess, sleeves in hot pink velvet. catered the affair. Hostesseswere Wilson and Essie Higgins;and 1
Timothy (Louise Payne) Coopers son Frank and daughter Patricia i Jr,, on last Thursday eveningin Their head pieces were Mesdames Geneva Wil- a miscellaneous shower given
Emma (Glamorama) Rodriguez and sisterinlaw I Greater Bethel A.M.E, circles oUhe vel vet. Each son, Naomi Davis, Barbara by Mrs. Alice Jones. ,
Marcell, Savannah State College schoolmarm . There's a young Miami lassie and a Nassau business exec who have that Ball 1 of the Eighth Episcopal Mrs. Tommy Burns (Pauline) lores Russell Mrs.S. A.Cousin Mr. and Mrs. C art R Robinson,
aisle-be-seeing-you look. 1 District i Godfather of the was Matron of Hono other assisted by Mesdames West Palm Beach Mrs.
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bride, performed the Impressive attendants were Mesdames Elizabeth Espey Curtis and Marian Coleman Deland i
THE WEEK'S WASH: Robert Screen's daughter Ruth De- ceremony assisted by the John Lee (Myrna), Eddie Way Aaron Bethel directed the Mrs. Hubert Gill, Atlanta;; ; ,
lores'of NYC and Marina Lance-Corporal Lawrence Johnson ]Reverend Mr. S, A. Cousins, (Lucy), George Williamson wedding and arranged the reception Miss Ollie Mae Smith, Beau- :'I
told their troubles to a preacher in Bainbridge,Ga December I pastor o Greater Bethel. The (Mary) and desmoisellesArelah i mont, Texas;and Mrs. Tommy
16 . Miamians attending the merger included Addie Screen. solemn ritual stresses the Martin and Bernice Mrs. Boggess is the daugh- Burns.,. Wacor ..- \
Carrie Jenkins, Roslyn Hicks and Gracita Prather., . Louise sacred aspects of Christian -
yne-Cooper had her Opa-lockahome ransacked by prowlers 'marriage and Included the ad-
during her recent trip to the Bahamas. Among items stolen was a built-in-wall TV set. . Proficient police chief typist 1 the couple knelt under anarchof ,
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Thelma Lewis, an admitted diabetic. But looks the picture of white flowers and greenery .
t health 1 and still pretty Quentin and Bonnie North's son i flanked by standards of mixed j I
'Kevin was 14 Jan 7. white flowers. Music for the = 1
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SCRATCH MY BACK: Charles C. North had his car thefted ,occasion included wedding rr'I'I l f'f'I'
a couple of FridaY'morn ago next to the Miami Times office ;music by Mrs, Eloise Kemp, '
Would the youth whcrdrove off with his chariot please re-' 'organist\ ; vocal selections by r h
turn it to him? I feel that he's been punished long enough and Mesdames Lucille Hendersonand :
the poor guy Just can't take this footwork routine like he once Wilbur Ellison; and an instrumental ; I ;

did before cars became a necessity rather than luxury . ; solo by Senorita to',
City of Miami ex-police chief H. Leslie Quigg administeringhis Margarita Montero, harpist.
hypnotic skill on amnesia prisoner-patients in City Jail The bride given in marriageby liI
last week while police personnel look on flabbergasted her stepfather Daniel
Boyer, was regal in a formal CANNT'pay' f
STUFF AND SUCH: Elijah (Jack the fight trainer) Pressleyhas Wedding gown of white peaude [ \\n r uke enentb i I VI..zmIp i

finally opened his, long-awaited sundry-restaurant-groc-j soie, princess-styled with to fey L ......VI. NI tMa jJ iIT /
ery combo at 11th and Third (in Perry's Florist former lo-
cation) . That bar matron-parton who took cover when a j deep oval neckline. Ap- - -t* ***V r-. * * .n* photog tried to flick her pic had to scurry home to cook the 1 pliques of lace, re-embroi
evening meal before her hubby discover her hangout during his 'dered with seed pearlsac-
laboring hours . Jeremiah (Jerry) Pinder and his fiancee 'cented the front panel, hemline > ?-i r4 tr Yn ir
Altamese over from Orlando to attend his nephew Oral Allen's ;and the cathedral train.
birtholiday Golden Glades party. 'three quarter length veil of
triple illusion net billowed ,

SWEETS TREATS: North Travel Bureau boss Charles C. ;softly from a crystal tiara. !
North serenaded his four clerical cuties Gwenolyn Linda De- White orchids formed the bridal -
lores and Pat with an appreciation dinner at his bachelor's bouquet. \ '
quarters last Sunday p.m. (Jan.7)which ended successful 1967 The bride's attendants wore I,
for the four modern misses andNTB.And Just to prove to their identical gowns floor-length ,
benevolent boss that he too is an aliright guy the secretariesfour -
rewarded him with a nifty leatherette attache' brief case. "I SAW OTISREDDING I ;
Visiting Margie Harrod from Long Island N, Y. was the gracious DIE" i
hostess for the travel agency's staff. r 3. t bM !
Firsthand report of man Mx
OUR VIOLET VILLAGE: Little Annie Rut? Henderson will who witnessed death of'soul .' \ }
.be 8-years-old Sunday (Jan. 21)) . Elnora Mason the John- man.' II ..I J
son elementary school-marm and Addie Screen were two of I
widow Lilla Raysor's chief hostesses during her late husband DICK GREGORY IS I
.Charley Raysor's burial last Saturday . Nassauvians Har- f
BROKE! the
court Taylor and Albert Rox here from Nassau houseguesting .
with the Crandall (Ruby) McLeods of Opa-locka. . Mrs Her- He put his money where his ':luxury touch :-
man Walton No. 2 (Dorothy) has her left wing in sling. But her mouth was. Talented comic ;;
waling partner had her right win clipped. . Oral and Marian gave a fortune in money to of
Allen's son Oral Jr celebrated his 7th with a party at his fight for civil rights and ;1
grandma Colleen Pinder's Golden Glades home January 13. jeopardized his life. Gre t\\ I
gory, who normally weighed "EMBASSY ROSE" f

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Wally Futch at Porky's in Ft. 160 Ibs, went on fast 1;..
Lauderdale . Little Freddie Scott and band's "The Goat" and went down to 105 Ibs. \' '

getting big play from local disc Jocks t's the platter that mat- 3. 99 "
ters , Cleora Webb has switched from a white '62 Bonne- WHO'S BUGGING YOU? 27 x 50" bath size 1

yille to a blue '65 Catalina of the Pontiac family . Susan All types of "snoop" gad. \
Rhodes, Vermeil Knowles and Dorothy Smith in from Harlem gets are being sold to rob $5. Feel the softness . .
to attend the funeral of Lois Smith Hallandale before shov- . Reg. see the fashionable beauty of
ing off for a Nassau visit . The Edward (Elizabeth) Blues'annual you of your love privacy affairs.and Hew expose ,'I this luxurious towel from Cannon's Royal Family collection, Allover -

Xmas party('thobelated) honored Daughters of the KingSt twists your in "bugs" are being jacquard print is set off beautifully by roses, in oval medallion. J
( Agnes) members in their palatial home last Friday night discovered daily. Combines perfectly with solid colors. All cotton terry. Pink,
. Josh Newbold Jr at Satellite Lounge, planning hop to Nas- aquatint, bronze Hand, regularly 2.50 1.99. i

sau and Cat Island to claim heir property prior to his return These and many other Interesting Washcloth, regularly $1 , -. -. -- '; ,-- -. 89c f1
trek to Harlem . That's it brother, from your one-man- stories and fea- : "
newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but tures are found in February linens, .fourth floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (atoll, 7 BuroWi storm. ) ?,,,? ,,y"', /, '1
who predicts that despite expected opposition from the United 4 >i if *c-' .',"'tJ./1 r.,( 'i\
Bahamain Party, the British colonial government will grant Sepia .
Bahamas prime minister LyndenO. Pindling and his Progressive 1'
Lberal Party, partial internal independence-with a possible Magazine
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I Walter{ B.: lewis Appointed HUD South Miami Residents.. Win. I

fIght to Save Park

Director Of Equal' Opportunity
__ _ 1_ The detacrattnn. nf v
I- wlnted 1111- ---- ----o-.v. yo. egroes
situated in the The Negroesprovements ,
Park,
Secretary Robert C. Weaverof the demanding requirementsof Lee section of South Miami, at Lee Park which headed by James Bowman, of
his new position" Negro the eastern edge of the EOPL, sought assurance
the U. S. Department of approval for further development borders on
won that the five-acre
Before joining the US Com- better street park would'
Housing and Urban Develop Monday, from the the community
mission Civil Rights, Mr. work not be used as a public housing
ment today announced the ap- ,, on city council, after the Negroeshad lighting, a little paving
a7M. .N
d of site in the
Lewis was Deputy Director proposed rede-
pointment of Walter B. Lewis, expressed concern over and a sewer system.
of Washington D. C., as director the Washington Urban League effects the park would have velopment of South Miami's
of a newly established (1959 to 1964), a consultant to the their homes and their Over 200 Negroes showed I slum area.
Office of Equal Opportunity.Mr. the D. C. Government ((1954 to on up to support the measure in,I
Lewis. who has been Di- 1958), and a codes analyst and school. a special meeting called after The plans of the Negroes
rector of the Federal Programs administrative attorney for the council had failed to reach,, were presented by Attorney
Division of the U. S. HUD's predecessor agency, to be any conclusion in their regular Robert Shapiro. They call for
additional
Commission on Civil Rights the Housing and Home Finance Gurney session last week. playground equipment
a snack stand
since June 1965, is being Agency(1950 to 1954), more
Lincoln The fear that the Negroeshad tables, a barbeque pit and
in to head the Department's Day
brought up Mr. Lewis, 49, a: native of manifested was: that their more lands caping.Shapiro
total civil rights Vicksburg, Miss., is a grad-
said that the
improvement
and equal opportunity programs uate of To in pa r k, a part of the proposed will
u gal 00 College Dinner cost the
which have been con- .A Tougaloo, Miss.,and holds degrees SpeakerThe urban renewal area, would be city $7,750 to im;>l1-
lost and replaced by concrete ment, and would not affect
solidated by reorganization. WALTER B. LEWISbe in law and public admin any
Commenting on the appoint- responsible for the equal istration from Cornell Uni- date for the 1968 Lin- monster housing. future urban development.

ment, Secretary" Weaver said, employment activities. versity, Ithaca, N. Y. He is a coln Day Dinner has been set
"Mr. Lewis' responsibilitywill "His past experience with graduate ,o f the Community by the Dade County Republican -
include admlnstration pt the U. S. Civil Rights Com- Leadership Institute of the Na- Executive Committee,anda
HUD's obligations under the mission and theWashington tional Training Laboratoriesat site chosen. This year the LIBITYFIRST
'Executive Orders on Housing Urban League and his leader- Bethel, Maine, and has had annual affair will be staged at
and,Title'VI of the Civil Rights ship role in other community extensive public speaking ex- the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Feb. MIAMI HUN
Act of 1964. In addition,he will activities fully qualify him for, perience. 12th, Lincoln's Birthday.Arrangements DRIVE IN' I iNEATRE

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are being FIRST DRIVE IN RUN
I DiscriminationGreensboro handled by C h airman Anne
American Tobacco Sued For Job Wilson and the dinner committee. ELIZABETH
BURTON
TAYLOR
N. C. -A complaint against Negro workers. white employees are so clas-

charging employment Specific charges include: sifed." ""
discrimination, was filed in Tickets are expected to + IN THE BURTON-ZEFFIRELLI
U. S. District Court here today *Negro workers have been One Negro worker "was range in price from fifteen to PRODUCTION OF
against the American Tobacco "denied equal opportunitiesfor demoted to a lower-paying job fifty dollars and at least one V THEilAMlNG
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Company, makers of Lucky promotions, transfers and because he filed a charge of thousand persons are expectedto -
Strike, Pall Mall and Tareyton on-the-job training and have racial discrimination againstthe attend. Republican Con-
thus been restricted to the 4L k..
and with the of
cigarettes Corona cigars defendants Equal gressman Edward Gurney
lower-paying and less desirable Employment Opportunity Winter Park, Fla., has been OF THE
jobs traditionally reserved -
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Commission invited as the featured
Attorneys of the NAACP Legal for Negro employees of speaker. Mr. Gurney is con- SHREWTECHNICOLOR
Defense and EducationalFund the Company." *The custom and usage of sidered the front running Re- f
Inc. (LDF) asked for a segregated toilet and locker
*White employees of the publican in the race for Sena- +
preliminary and room facilities is maintainednot
permanent
tor Smather's soon to
Company doing the same typeof George PANAVISION
injunction in behalf of six Ne- with standing the withdrawal
work as Negro employeesare be vacated office.
gro employees. sometimes paid higher nations."of their racial desig- HE

The LDF charged the Com- wages than" said Negro employees The Lincoln Day Dinner last PROFESSiONAI.SDURT
pany and Local 192, Tobacco The workers based their year raised some fifteen thou-
Workers' International Union, *"Some jobs held byNe- charges on grounds that the sand dollars for Dade County
AFL-CIO, with "maintaining g roe s are not classified as practices being attacked are Republican coffers, and featured LANCASTER
a policy, practice, custom or skilled or semi-skilled unlawful under Titl ?'VII of the Republican Governor
usage 0 f discrimination" whereas similar jobs held by Civil Rights Actof, 1964. Claude Kirk as speaker. lEE MARVIN ROBERT RYAN JACK PALANCftlEIJ





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Goverment Offers Summer Jobs To_ Students_ _ ::1
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hours, Is designed to measure dated after Jan., 1, 1964, of '
Students how would like science I aid, office machine
you
clerical skills, vocabulary, having passed a typing or ,!I
to for of th operator library assistant
,wor.k: one e many ,
0 reading comprehension, stenography test.Application .
Federal agendes next sum- and many others., The pay is J
abstract reasoning and table
Card Form
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mer? good, ranging from $290 to
0 and i
chart interpretation.Those 5000-AB should be submittedby
If you can qualify in the Summer $384 per !month. Applicants
applying; for typingor February 11968, toSummer i.
Employment Exam'nation generally must be 18 or over,
shorthand positions must Employment Examina ,
chances for employ- though 16-year-olds who have
your also.submit evi- tion Civil Service
documentary U. S. Commission -
BY DAVE BONDU ment during the summer completed high school are ac-
1 months be solved. TheU. cepted. dence that they possess proficiency 1900 E Street, N.W.,
---.. ..--- may in these skills. This can Washington, D. C. 20415. :M
S. Government through the
Joe Williams Application card form 5000 be a certificate of proficiency Therefore' are interested
considered the best and greatest blues singer U, S. Civil Service Commis- you '
in the top ten, made his first appearance in Nassau at the sion, offers many summer AB and places where the writ- issued by their teacher or a working for the Gov- I' ,

New Paradise Island Hotel Sunday in the big benefit show pre- jobs to c o 11 e g e students and ten examinations will be givencan notice from the U.S.CivilSer- ernment--learning new things
sented by the Kiwanis International for the building of a Child- some high school students who be obtained t at college vice Commission or the State and meeting interesting peo-

ren's Emergency Hostel. This hostel is for children who are have skills which can be usedin placement offices most post Employment Service Office, ple--act now.

forced from home because of an emergency in the family, and office work, as laboratory offices, and Federal job Information

are in need of temporary shelter.Joe and his lovely wife, Jil- aids, or in the various physical Centers Applicants
lean, came 3,000 miles to do this benefit show, at which 1,000 and biological sciences. should state the title of the examination j

people helped raise approximately $8,000. Phyllis Branch,the The number of jobs availableis applied for "Sum- :
magnificent singer donated her time and talents and the audi- relatively small and your mer Employment Examina-
ence did not want to let her off the stage. The Gospel Jazz chances appointment*depend tion," the number of the announcement -

Singers of Miami; Dr. Norman Lee, world renowned hypnotist upon the number and kind of "414," and the

from Freeport,were other guest artists. Pat Rolle,Count Ber- summer jobs in the area where city where they wish to take

nandino, peanuts Taylor and his band were local talent. Bob you wish to work, the numberof th written examination.A notice -

and Phyllis Satz of Coral Gables;Herb Hardin,attorney; Bobby applicants in that area, and of the examination date k
Williams: States Attorney; and Joe Terry, Mortician, and all your qualifications.Last and time and sample; test ques- 'tj !t 11u

of Philadelphia; Bessie Wilkerson of Miami, and yours truly year, approximately tions will be mailed to each- Jai

had a ball. We stayed at Marietta's Guest House and enjoyedthe 31,000 jobs were filled from applicant.The .

sights and clubs of the island. Peanuts had a luncheon in the Summer Employment Ex- application is to qualifya

honor of Joe and JUlean,and quite a few Bahamians were thereto amination. Jobs available will person to take the written

meet and greet them. include typist, stenographer, examination. The test, which t

general clerk,engineering and lasts about one-and-one-half
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Margaret Brown


PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Arthur King ... : ,'
Mothers March
This WeekendThe WiJ

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VIP OF THE WEEK: Ed Lewis county wide house to defects. Every year birth defects 1./

house mothers' march onbirth claim the lives of 18,000 ;
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Mary Doster / defects takes place this week- children before they reach p a flr4A

end, Jan. 20-21-22 and women their first birthday. Three out
The question was raised about the transportation sytem in are urgently needed to participate of five children with birth defects -.rr4r 8
Miami, which we have long said was inadequate.Someone want- in this vital fund-raising who survive their second d

ed to know why the City or County does not lease or buy . activity.Mrs. birthday require special

as the case may be . the railroad trucks going south for Herbert R. Savage, medical, educational or cus- '
commuter: trains during the rush hours. This sounds like a Dade County chairman, asked todial care. I F 4

heck of a good idea, as there are thousands of people in the women who want to help by giving ----- ,4
South Miami Homestead area who could leave their cars one hour of their time in "For these theM arch of
The aboye photo of Mildred Ann Duffie Bethune-Cookman H
at home, and commute on the train to downtown Miami in the their own neighborhoodtophone Dimes supports coordinated a
College coed from Winter Garden the of the i t\\
A. M. This would relieve the rush hour traffic, at least in one mothers' march head- treatment through its nation- appeared on cover '
direction. These tracks are sitting there, not being used, with quarters 635-6435, she also wide network of over 100 birth January edition of the Methodist Story, a national magazine :t
published by the Methodist Church in Evanston Illinois. The
"yield" signs in front of them .. no gates . just a sign to noted this was the 30th anniversary defects research and treat- ,
stop you almost in the m'ddle of the street on highway 1, when of the March of ment center, including Dade photo was chosen from many submitted for the magazine's
you are making a turn to cross them. Let's make useof these Dimes. County's own March of Dimes uary Theme Relations Sunday" to be celebrated by Jan'f;'f
Methodist church the
during week of llth.
tracks to our own advantage. It would be an expensive deal, "The March of Dimes con- center at Jackson Memorial February
Miss Duffie is \
a sophomore in
but the commuters would I pay it back and we could make quered polio and now is fight- Hospital, where over 250 majoring Sociology.She I
former majorette at Drew School Winter
revenue from it. We think it should be considered and care- ing the great destroyer birth children have been evaluatedand High Garden. i '

fully checked to see if,U would really be feasible. This is just treated-, in the first .year Bethune-Cookman College is a Methodist related institution. 'r'
another of our "why nots?" J. of operation. I .,
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Seen at the benefit in Nassau "It also provides public '

were Jackie Robinson and his lovely wife, Rachel. . Many education programs about ,.

people in our community have been pushing T, Willard Fair, birth defects and seeks to ..;...-.."J'.. ..It"'.. .k
Urban League Director, to run for a school board seat this .' focus Increasing public atten- .," 4.. 1"ired ".", *

year. Great ideal! If you think so, write him a note. It's FAIR tion on the need for prenatalcare 1 THE SIIt1IDS HoramHCW *

time for a Negro to have a seat on this important board . A for expectant mothers. h '
few friends dropped by Tuesday night to wish us a happy anni- In this field the voluntary ?'. CMFRi t SMWSJACKIE *
versary. Monday night was a quiet "home-folks""' type of health ,organization hopes to ,. '

cerebration with Joe, Jillean,Jeff Addams: Marilyn Ellery and ( make: a telling mark. : *

Phyllis Branch. Quentin North had to stop by when he found out f : *

Joe was there . ashecalls him "Everyday" . We didn't : r, :, "To attain these goals, we "MOMS"MABLJEY -
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tell anyone how many years it had been,because we didn't want .,.k'.C 'Ill ...:,[4f >- need volunteer mothers. You *' .'

them bring gifts...and we still aren't telling . BUT Dave ::'; can help us save unborn child *
Jr., is 26 years old. Miyme sez he passed her four years ago ren. We need you. Please callus ,. *

. she's 22 .. .she sez . She doesn't look a day over 60, FAMU AN AT CAPE.- ," said Mrs. Savage. *

huh? . Reservations for the North-South Golf tournamenthave Spencer Phillips,a sophomore .. % *
come in so fast, the headquarters hotel. . Crossways physics major at Florida A&M ,."" awl Ftw. j / .

. booked and folks have calledus worked J8EY BISHtt SNBW
his completely already, many University, recentlywith :: 1.. *
for places in homes If you know pf a nice place for the weekof NASA in the Titametric HER SEXUAL PAST ,.... &
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Feb. 13-17,please let me know Sammy Davis, Jr. open- Division at the John F. Ken- threatened to ruin her. Read JACKIE *

ing at the Deauville on the 19th ,\ The Treniers have madean nedy Space Center. The divi- "I 1 Married My Finance's Best *
entry into the Newport. . Diahann Carroll is in Nassau sion is in charge of trackingand Friend" in the February Issue "HIGHER I ;, i" ;
. .at Paradise Beach Hotel,and will be followed by Frank communications of the Saturn of HEP Magazine. Nowat and J r *

Gorshon . Frank Sinatra is booke, for the same place at a V Apollo Program. NASA your news stand. In the HIGHER" : *:

later date Chickie Horne (Madame Effie Throckbottom) has a cooperative programwith same issue you'll find .
appearing at Nassau Beach Lodge,and doing fine. . The won- FAMU helping studentsto "Heartbreak 'and Nightmares I *
derful dancing girls, the Vashionettes of Chicago, have gone learn more about the space ," a story of what WILSON : !\
into the singing field. The recently some discs that we are program. Students spend one young love and unleashed *
looking' forward to hearing They are really some beautiful quarter at the University and passion can lead to. *: '
IIN BAM-BOO TRIO BILLY STEWAaT i BARB :
talented young ladies .Sidney Poitier in Nassau last Sundayfor one quarter with NASA on an Don't miss these two thrill. I ,
"New Soul Sound" 'S..eaertme"
a few hours. He did not get a chance to attend the benefit, alternating basis. Phillips is stories in HE *
ing February p. EXTRA ADDED! t
but sent hellos to all who know him . Joe Williams playedthe the guardian of Walter Carter ..1 -
LeJeune Golf course and got a 14 on the 14th hole. He sez who resides at 1393 Avenue E. DIANE & THE RAVENETTES 't I
he has to back the his Birmingham Ala. "Baby Pull Mr Heorlstrinls'
come and play it again. By way, wife *
had a 5 . Red prysock called in hopes of getting a gig in /
USOULREVIVAL7MIAMI
the area during the North-South tournament..John Chamber- ;

lin, police Lieutenant of Chicago,spent a few days with Georgeand 14'
Rose Arm e i it r e at their beautiful home. He and Mayme dmrock STADIUM
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played Miami springs while was away, and I hear tell she is S :. SAT. JAN. 20th at 8:30 P.M. *
holding some money for him until his return for North South. vIc r{(
officer f
He dared her to spend the 12 bucks she won from him. He <6fi. GAS & OILS 0 *TICKETS NOW ON SALE at Miami Stadium box

doesn't know her like I do,it was probably gone that same day. Economy Drug, NW 17 Ave. and NW 3rd Ave.; Community I'
I think she took advantage of John because he had rented clubsand BEST GREASE JOBS IN TOWN *i Drug, NW 15 Ave., Band Box Barber Shop, NW 2nd Ave.;....."
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. January 19. 1968 .. .

LDF Wins Better Working Conditions For negroes


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Philin Morris Co. I

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Richmond.- The U.S. Dis- Pre-Fabrication Departmentof cause in both instances, thus time forfeited, he said. of the most complicated issuesin Lorrillard companies in particular .
trict Court ruling against job the B&L plant in Richmond, settingthe stage for litigation. This is the most sweepingand employment litigation, sen- Mr.. Greenberg concluded -
practices of Philip Morris and in a class action, sought to Negro salaries will now comprehensive employ- iority and transfer proce- .
Local 203, Tobacco Workers have Philip Morris and those equal those of white workers ment ruling since enactmentof dures. Other L D F attorneys par-

International, AFL-CIO, here acting Inconcertenjoinedfrom doing comparable jobs, Mr. Title VII of the Civil Rights This decision will undoubtedly ticipating in the case were
this week was called "sweep maintaining a policy of Greenberg added. Act of 1964. give impetus to our Miss Gabrielle A. Kirkand
ing and comprehensive by the limiting its Negro employeesto Negroes who previouslygave Philip Morris and Local 203 40 other Title VII suits across Robert -B e 11 o n of New York
NAACP Legal Defense and the lower paying jobs in the of seniority in must now alter their seniorityand
up years and the South in general and to our City, Henry Marsh andSamuel
Educatioqal' Fund, Inc. (LDF). .Pre?Fabrication Department.Mr. order to gain better paying transfer policies pending litigaton against Tucker of Richmond.
"Negro workers may now Quarles also charged jobs will now be credited with practices, he said.
transfer to higher paying Jobs, Philip Morris with denying

previously: reserved for Negroes an opportunity tqhavean __
whites, without losing years of effective transfer to the ?

seniority,' said LDF Direc- Fabrication and Warehouse,

tor-Counsel Jack. Greenberg. Shipping and Receiving De1 -
.f This was the first case to go 1, partments where higher wage LindslejWLumberMUST
to trial as a result'of the Civil rates are generally paid.

Rights Act of 1964 which, E ph r fa m Briggs, throughhis
under Title VII, created the LDF attorneys, chargedthat
Equal Employment Opportunity Philip Morris and Local
Commission.The 203 discriminated against Negroes -
law forbids racial dis- in violation of Title VII, I/
crimination in private by paying Negroes lower wage
dustry employing more than 50 rates for jobs which are on the ,
workers same level as jobs tht have
LDF attorneys charged in generally been reserved for
their complaint that DouglasH. white persons. MUST BE MOVED! SAVINGS OPPORTUNITY !

Quarles, a laborer in the The EEOC found probable

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I. Phil OssoferASK 4>8-H., /.inl Thick 1X12-INCH
REG. 22
REG. $7.84
a group of school children while tasteful fences were
CHOICE SPRUCE
; (and adults as well), what garlanded with immense vines PrefinishedPANELING
they think Africa was like IN and flowers. Fowls, goats,
the 19th Century, and inevi- sheep and oxen stalked aboutin SHELF BOARDS
tably they will describe a land innumerable flocks . ."
of-wild animals and primitive Here' .s real genuine 595
Bruce Ply The most
natives. This false picture of "Horsemen dashedabouton lavish you d ever want see it' Displayed so
Africa is being destroyed beautiful steeds towards the See it and appreciate il Vet you can select the
through the ingenuity of Wil- field in the morping, or came priced so row anyone can af X' : boards that you II be ggJ
liam Lorenz Katz, a teacherin home at night-fall at a slower ford using it s evenly fiX
pace. I never saw a man or wo- sawed and milled ==' -
: the Woodlands High School _
Chwe ot Bataan Manila SAVE 183 = RUN. FOOT
in;; Hartsdale, N. Y. man bask lazily in the sun.Fe- Driftwood Manila' aandalwoo" smoothly ,
Mr. Katz has mimeographed males were constantly busy PER PANEL!' QUALITY STOCK

': a document consisting of a over their cotton and spinning BHHHREG.
description of'Timbo" wheels when not occupied in
household chores and often I Put up your own antenna "Green Doctor" 6-6-6
(probabl/Tlmbuctu), given by"an ; '
$1 69
American slave-trader have seen anelderlydame 1 REG. 29.95 ,
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taken;from the book "Captain quietly crouched in her hovelat COLOR TV 30% ORGANICANTENNA

Canot," (D.,Appleton and Co., sunset reading the Koran.
Jf.Y. 1854 176-181) Nor are the men of "Timbo" FERTILIZER
;.'pages ). 44Kit
The document 'Is particularlyeffective' less thrifty. Their city wallis 01'
said to hem in about ten thou- }
because the'eyewitness VHF TO FM UP TOM UHF UP TO 27
(Captain. Canot)' is in no sand individuals,representingall in MILES MILES 75 MILES Perfected for and x
way favorably disposed towards the social industries. They tested on Florida 50-lb.
Africans It Is used weave cotton, work leather, r soils. Try it for long FERTIUZERx Bag
whenever Africa, the Slave- fabricate i iron from the bar, "S lasting results on
orade or,the origins of American engage diligently in agri- NOW SAVE 52.00 I lawns garden rula>r'lt 270 BAGS AT

Negroes are discussed in culture, and when not labori- ,oar nrs Cam'l.rl kit in. 78 ANTENNAS shrubs & trees. THIS LOW PRICE!
the school class. (60% of the ously occupied, devote them- IA BO finding f ultimo.

students are white,$0%colored selves to reading and writing,
). of which they are excessively

Here are some exerpts fond. . fCongratulations STEEL REG. 59.95 NAME BRAND
REG. $2.99
from the document: "It was the toMr. Katz
height of the dry season, yetI for his efforts to dispel the STORAGE SPRINKLERS.
could trace the outlines of darkness of prejudice by turn- ROOMS

fine plantatbns, gardens, and ing on the light bf truth. With
rice-fi e 1 d s Everywhere I help like his, our children of The ideal storage room for those 99
found an abundance of peppers, all ethnic origins can grow up steel in the floor way items Complete with 5395

onions, garlic, tomatoes, with dignity and with respectfor 3x6-- No. 1860
sweet potatoes and cassava, each other.
f00T tR I Each

8195 at 4816 ? OSCILLATINGSPRINKLER do 2BI
Pembroke Rd. 6995I I let US 595
Carver The public is invited.Mr. REG. NOW SAVE $6.00! 1.661 ONLY AT
Merrit, is president. ROTARY Ni 1700
174.lS
21 IN STOCK
SPRINKLER let 114 219 THIS LOW PRICE!
Ranches 3 The Pastor's Aid Board of
New Macedonia Baptist

NewsBy Church, will have a group of 6-FOOT SIZE w. CLE 4NCt'C'
REG. $10.98
this
singers Sunday night,Jan.

Walter Bows. 21 ent.. Members please be pres- ALUMINUM Jllr 'ff=!


hold['The its VFW regular Post meeting No. 8195 Sun-will STEP LADDER 98 89 \>I't nvR::%::s f

day, Jan. 21. Allmembersareasked w "Sapolm"
Tin mi teE brad_,
to be present or "Royal
Jumbo sue top
Folia Boyd is commander. D ue h'n" V
3 mck side roll '
The Fifth District Meetingwas table rrvited -" PalnlJigle 5rJ i
held last Sunday at the Mi- braces Each.

ami Beach VFW Post at 650 Safety lock .4 .. .

West Ave Twenty-two or more chock Heavy duty 149 ONLY AT ;:f'.tij ALl TORN ( ABETS DENTED CANS DISCON
posts were represented by style 7 nTINUlD COLORS GO AT }0eo Off WHilE
their commandersCom-. safety feet THIS LOW PRICE! '_.. ...._..&' THIS STOCK LASTS''
mander Cornell was there
from the 5693 epa-locka'He:
is also the chaplain of the district -
The Ladies Auxiliary of l J
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Post No. 5693 held their meet- NELLIE'S I Linds1eyLtt.mberMIAMIDARE
ing also. Commander Folia
BEAUTY
Boyd. and Chaplain Ralph Seymour SHOP
attended: the morning Now open for businessat STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M.
BROWARD
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session. Junior Vice-com-
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George 160th N W 071C* 'IMml-i 121*544 2160* moo. Jim OM 'Air.rll 2 900
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THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, -January 1968
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I Young Man Who Wants It Known 'That; MUCP" Job' Bias -- Complaints !I


He Is Helping The UnderprivilegedBY '
Cite Unions And Companies /rl
is 5U 5 cents a day for children
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of working mothers. For
Berry Wilson, Jr., Is only children who are not toilet Washington, D. C.- Three lied Workers Union, AFL-, Robbins, Inc., Memphis, Ten- {
23 years old and thinks that he trained the fee is$1.00 a day. trade unions and five companies CIO, in St. Louis; the Illinois nessee; Mayer-Myers
is doing a very good job In try Approximately 20 children are charged with racial Central Railroad and Local Memphis paper Company,
ing to help Negroes who are spend their days in the nur- bias in complaints filed with Lodge 2013, Brotherhood of Memphis and the trade Winds

living under unsanitary conditions sery,sleeping on mattresseson the Equal Economic Oppor- Maintenance of Way Employees Seafood Company Savannah, "'
in dilapidated houses, the floor and playing with a tunity Commission by the AFL-CIO; McKesson and among others.), }
and in helping mothers take few donated toys. They seem NAACP on behalf of 41 Negro _

care of their young children. to be very happy. workers. :
Young Wilson was appointedby Wilson is very, much con- The complaints submittedto More Negroes Are Now
Governor Claude Kirk as a cerned, too, with including in
EEOC Com miss s Ion e J I
field 1 representative of the his the
self-help program
Samuel E. Jackson by Herbert
Florida Hotel and Restaurant cleaning up of filth in the Hill, the Association's labor On Draft Boards
Commission, with his office in slums. The tenants of 501 NW <
director charge
on Jan. 10K
the State Office Building. He 4th Avenue have a clean-up that policies of the unions and If you want to know why there There are only eight Negroeson
is exactly the opposte of some WILSON' program that Is encouraged by the companies i violate are now many: Negroes on the draft boards in the State of
young Negroes who are advo- BERRY Wilson's efforts to help. the equal employment draft boards that existed for Florida. The percentage in
cating violence, inciting riots, merical day nurseriesandEOPI Wilson's plan is to help the opportunity section of the Civil such a long time without Negroes Negro population calls for
and preaching overthrow of the Centers. who live in the ghetto
people Rights Act of 1964.Affidavits especially in the South more.
United States Government, But Wilson says thatthe community. And he says that land, you mist ask General The Selective Service sys- {
Mr. Wilson runs the pro- criticism of his program is they have responded very well. from Negro Lewis B. Hershey, and he will tem has more than doubled the
ject at SOl NW 4th Avenue,cal- unwarranted. Said Wilson, Says Wilson"We don't have M i: workers who are fully qualified tell you that itisbecause number of Negroes serving on ;q
led "501 Youth Education Center "People get upset and say we have somebody just come in Journeymen lathers were Southern Governors have been the local draft boards in the t
," and he is on the state have license.I don't see why and tell us that we rave these filed against local 46, inter- appealed to by him to stop dis- last year. There are only 278
payroll. if our people get together to things. We need some action." national Union of Wood, Wire criminating against Negroesin Negroes who were members
This project is the fast to help themselves. If that's a The cleanup which startedat and Metal Lathers, AFL-CIO, draft board appointments. of the country's 4,080 draft
emerge from the self-help crime, they're guilty." the 501 apartments has inspired in New York City. This large boards at the end of 1966.Now c
program started by Kirk when Richard Weatherley,execu- a clean block club to local upon which controls all In Miami, recently CharlesA. there are over 600.
he nude his slum tour of the tive director EOPI, on the, work for neighborhood better employment within its Juris- Lockhart receivedappoint- So far, it is Alabama and
poverty areas here last other hand, says that he wel- ment. The tenants started diction through a rigid hiring,. mont to the local draft board Mississippi that.have abstain-
August, and this young mm comes all efforts to fight pov- their own cleanups painting hall arrangement refuses to from Governor Kirk, join- ed from ,adding Negroes to
walked up to the Governor and erty and has only expressed sprucing up their own accept the transfer cards of ing another Negro, Attorney their draft,boards, despite the
told him that the slum conditions concern that Kirk's program apartment buildings, inside Negro union members from Henry Arrington, nuking it efforts of General Hershey,
among Negroes were might duplicate EOPI efforts. and out. local unions outside of New. two Negroes on a draft board director of the Selective Ser-
terrible.It Weatherly says that he has The cleanup program has York City as is the normal that was existence for many vice System, and other selec-
has been no secret that not seen the day nursery nun- received support from the practices, Negro workers employed decades without a Negro on it. tive service officials.

Governor K ir k's self-help aged by Wilson and thereforehe Metro Commission, Florida on p u b 11 c 1-financed
program, and EOPI,have been really cannot comment on State Employment Service, construction projects in New
at odds. And Berry Wilson will it. But he send a letter to the and the County's Healthand York City were dismissed
tell you that the Economic Op- Governor, he said,expressing Sanitation departments. from their jobs and replacedby MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE ; '
portunity Program, Inc. has concern about duplication. Says Wilson, the young man white union members! in MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY ;t
done a wonderful job, but that Wilson's project has received who wants it known that he is violation of federal and state APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. ,\
different persons can have different the support of Sid Suss- doing agood job,"We're try- laws.
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ideas on the war on pov- mant, president Florida Ing to involve everybody." He THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. "H '

erty. Realty Co., owners of the 501 includes the landlords, the Other complaints were filed PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! II 4
complex. It Is the ground floor tenants and the rental against the Abex Corp.and the
There are those who would of an apartment in the 75-unit agencies. And it is Wilson's: International Molders and Al-
tell you that at the 501 Youth building that Is used as Wil- hope that his program will l :{
Center, the self-helpprogram son's day nursery. It was do- spread block-to-blockthrough I II
of the day nursey doesn't come nated by Mt.Sussmanfor: that the whole slum areas.Not bad I r-------------------------------- {'J
close in meeting the regula- purpose. for a young man just 23 years -
tions Imposed on both com- The fee for the nursery care old.Hom'll .' 1 NOW at BURGER ; ;

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I Alpha' Kappa Alpha' Observes Founders Day i


Local members of Gamma Alpha Sorority which was the h" ,. "L., ",,..I..'., .. .. j: '
Zeta Omega Chapterof'Alpha first sorority founded for Negro ': :.:','t" 11I/ .
Kappa Alpha Sorority observed women. : '
Founders' Day on Friday Highlighting the observancewas ; ;4. :t'l 1f!!., f
night, January 12, at the beau a visit by the sorority's _iU __ ,.. ;' .
tiful home of Soror Gussie Supreme Basileus, Dr. Lar- K t
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Dobbs. The solemn and im- zette G. Hale. The vivaciousDr.
pressive ceremony, climaxed : Hale, wife of Dr. William
with a re-dedication cere- Hale, President of Langston
mony, marked the sixtieth anniversary University, was eloquent and .
of Alpha Kappa dynamic in the delivery of herLocal .

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officers pictured with Dr. Hale. Seated from left to Larzette Hale. First row seated left to right:Sorors Charlie Rosa Miller, Roberta Papino, Ruby Mizell, Arleen Williams,' "1

right: Sorors Rose Stewart, Basileus; Dr. Larzette Hale, Su- M. Powell, Bessie Guilford, Marsha Campbell, Lds Oliver, and Sue Francis.. .., ,,..... ,
oreme Basileus; Ada DeVeaux, Anti-Basileus; and MarionE Delores Cam, Carolyn Young, Albertha Woodbury,Constance .y.W. 'l'
pis t o 1 leu s; Pauline Austin, Financial Secretary; Carolyn Sutton, Albertha Carroll,,Lillian Peterson, and MarionAllen. ;
Young, Reporter; Lila Cobb, Grammateus; and Jeanette Second row seated from left to right; Edna DeVeaux, Evelyn 4
Frierson, Tamiouchos. Not shown is Naomi Grant, Parliamen Wright, Gwendolyn Welters; Mildred McKinney, Jessie Stin e ,
son, Pauline Austin, Lila Cobb,' Rose Stewart, Basileus; Dr.
tarian.WOOLWORTH'S Larzette Hale, Supreme Basileus; Bonnie Stirrup, and Grace .,t ,! 'OJ H
Albert. Third row standing left-righti: Gussie Dobbs, Eleanor t.... .
Johnson, Bernice Cox, Willie M. poole,Dorothy Edwards,Ada
DeVeaux, Ingraham, Addie Anderson, Blanche Dean, /hLqI. t
,Shirley Fields, Lorraine Strachan, Inez Anderson,Alice Harrison )
Girthia Williams, Inez Haley, Ruthie Pittman, Eddie M. :
Ie # Wilson, Jeanette Frierson, Fredericka Smith, Frances ...... 7J.llh ,H

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Founders' Day message which Dorothy Edwards, and Grace J41wi
.. centered on the theme: "Ser Albert, served as Chairmanand
i, vice To All Mankind: A Con Co-chairman of the com
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to Alpha mittee.
,: Kappa Alpha." participants on the program
, Dr. Hale emphasized basic included Sorors Williams ---
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Founders' Day Steering Committee'Seat': e d, left-right
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e Yi Carolyn Young,Delores Sorors Dorothy Edwards, Chairman; Bernice Cox, Lila Cobb,
guidelines as the sorority continues
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i Albertha Ethel Ingraham, Jessie Stinson,and Constance Sutton.Standing I
to render service
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community and'the nation zette Hale Basileus
through its National Programand Lorraine, Supreme Strachan, Gussie, Marlon'Allen, ,Grace Albert,.Co-chairman. ; Die?Hal0y,'Blanche "
Dean, Eddie M. Wilson,Sue Francis,and Eleanor Jchnso. Not
community projects. The Dobbs, and Arleen Williams. "
National shown are Sorors Jessie Trice and Naomi Grant. I
Program Targets include
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; Dr. Hale further stressed
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Income For Poor 'I!:!: To Mississippi Poor !


Seen For RiotPrevention I time he was a barber on Chicago's west side, after coming 10

I the United States from England.
I In the past 10 years he has given away to charity some $4

L _;: -'- -- I million!

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1 "I can't help all the people in the world," he explains, "ButI

Economic development of the masses -- Jobs anc I can try to help some of them. I know what it Js to be poor, and

the Negro ghettos and a guar- money." hungry, and I know what it is to be discriminated against. I

anteed annual income for all It is ". .. a little short oi I learned it when I was a poor Jewish boy in Poland."

poor persons were among the sheer madness for anyone tc He expressed his interest in the plight of the American Negro -

riot prevention proposals pre- expect the very poorest of the j when he met the Rev. Dr. B r o o k i n s.A former Missi-

sented to the National Ad- American poor toremah ssippian and Kansan, Brookins is known in Los Angeles as a
visory Commission on Civil docile and content in their pov forward-moving religious leader who spearheaded the elec-

Disorders recently.by religious erty when television constantly tion of Thomas Bradley as the first elected Negro member of

business and civil rights and eternally dangles th< L, A.'s City Council. He is also head of the United Civil Rights

leaders. opulence I of our affluent so- Congress, a central force for all the city's myriad rights or
he told the
eyes, body.
The testimony, given in exe- "There's a'man over in Fayette giving away twenty-dollar ganizations.

cutive session last Septemberand Dr. Henderson an economist . bills!" t
October was released by and educator, told th j This was: the cry around Mississippi's Jefferson County recently Brookins introduced Factor to Charles Ever, fielddirector
the 11-member Commission, Commission "Isubmit that thNegro's
headed by Gov. otto Kerner of economic plight i; Hills, California arrived in Fayette, the county seat, to gives gar Evers, NAACP leader who was slain from ambush by an'

Illinois, chairman, and Mayor at the root of restlessnes: away $20,000 to needy black people.. as yet unconvicted killer.
John Lindsay, of New York and uncertainty. Disabilitie:s Recipients who remembered his'name after each receiving
City, vice-chairman. imposed by racial discrimina. $20 remembered only that he was brother of the Max Factor Factor asked Evers: "Wnat can I do to help?" Evers' reply

tlon have imposed a self perpetuating man who turned out cosmetics. caused Factor to set up a $25,000 trustfundfor the family of

Witnesses included Dr. dynamic . ', In Watts they know John Factor as the man who, as presi- Wharlest Jackson, a Natchez, Miss., civil rights worker slain
of Atlanta dent of te Friar's Club Charity Foundation wheeled 12 big by a bomb planted in his truck. Factor declined to go to Missi-
Martin L. King, Jr., ,
the Rev. James Groppi of Milwaukee Contrary to popular belief., truck trailers into the center of Watts last Christmas and gave ssippi then because the Klan had vowed to kill him.

Dr. Vivian Henderson Dr. Henderson said, Negr() away 4,000 $30 baskets of groceries. Each dole contained also
president of Clark Col- workers, especially younge r I a 20- pound turkey and a five pound ham. But when Evers lined up 1,000 central-Mississippi indigents

lege of Atlanta, Berkeley G. ones, have more educatioi i They know him in Watts also as the man who offered a million to receive the $20 bills, Factor decided to defy the Klan. He

Burrell, president of the Na- than they need for:the jobs the]y dollars to build a recreation center for underprivileged told his family he was going to Kansas City on business. Instead -

tional Business League in can get, according to th<5 Negro youngsters. He is now fighting zoning restrictions to he went to Mississippi. With him when his Delta jet

Washington, and J.Stanley President's manpower report. build the center. landed at Jackson's airport were the Rev. Brookins, two body-
Sanders Rhodes Scholar of "So, when people tell me tha t In L. A. he donated $300,000 towards a million-dollar new guards from Watts, Fred Brown and Bob Simmons, and Bill

Watts, California. Negroes 'ain't ready' for th} religious center for First AME Church, the oldest African Lane of the L. A. Sentinel.
jobs that are there, I cite the 5 Methodist Episcopal church in the West. The structure was

data to show they are more} designed by noted Negro architect Paul Williams That night the interracial party slept in the Downtowner, a
leader in
Sanders, a youth ready than the Jobs they car i The Rev. H. H. Brookins, pastor of First AME church, and modern new downtown motor hotel in Jackson. The next morn-
the nation's first major riot-
torn ghetto told the Commis- get," he declared. the man who introduced Factor to the needs of the Negro said, ing the group "integrated" the hotel's busy dining room. They
"Separation we do not need. Black power without jobs, food and were joined shortly by eight armed"defenders" provided by
sion "No American who has
Consequently, the econo- money we do not need.Among other things, we need more men Evers.
any self pride would want to mist said, this factor contra' like John Factor."
live under present ghetto conditions the la
butes to people leaving John F, (Jake The Barber) Factor, 74 is a multimillionaire "It took a brave mm to do what John Factor did," said
. bor force, being discouraged,> who loves to give away money to needy Negroes. He amassed Evers later."Nothing .

giving up and saying 'to hel J his wealth through shrewd real estate dealings in California, to it," added Factor. "I just said to myself that I
"I think it is going to take '
with it and
creating a large I:
and through two successful insurance firms he now owns and was either a man or a mouse."
money that, focuses on family pool of idle rains "whicl h
operates. His fortune grew from an Initial $5,000 which he
stability and the closest thing
think provides 'the social dynamiteof borrowed from his late brother, cosmetics King Mix Factor. Three days later-he: was back in Los Angeles in the middleof
I can of incurrentsocialproposals
1 that'approaches'anything : today. In earlier years John Factor ran afoul of the law, and serv- Watts, surrounded by 12 trucks laden with food and 5,000

ed six years of a 10-year prison sentence for mail-fraud. InS persons gathered to receive 4,000 Christmas baskets.
that contributes to Dr. King told the CommisSion
1962 he was ,pardoned by President John F. Kennedy. At one "I'm just getting started," Factor told one newsman.
this family stability is a guar- the five immediate cause
anteed fmily income." of the outburst were first, th white backlash; number 2, un. disadvantaged, there are mil- \J.........................................................

Burrell told the Commission employment; 3, general discriminatory . lion of white poor who would

"the urban crisis con- practices; 4, war,, also benefit from such a bill," EARN 's
fronting us today must be met and 5, features peculiar to the King said. S .
with the rapid, immediate development big cities." : t'0t tttt ' :

of a broad-based, The Rev. Groppi, a catholic 40
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I Post Office Names', Deputy :ContractsVoters, ,: :; : League To Organize Slates For I


Compliance Officer National. Convention
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General Lawrence St. Petersburg. The the initial effort of organizing centers of population, and
postmaster General Services
Administration services i and
O'Brien announced supplying ma- Florida Voters League, Inc., chairman Norman E. Jones to strong demands for Negroesto
I F. where his duties involvedthe terials
to and
of the Department, will hold its mid-winter meeting organize an unpledged slate of be represented<< on a policy
I the appointment a Deputy elimination of racial discrimination the
truck bus
and railroad
compliance Officerto of,the executive committee delegates to the national making level on the proposed
Contracts in
industry and in lines mail'and
administer the Post OfficeDeXlrtment's vocational hauling contracting and board of directors at democratic conventionin reorganization of the Florida
training schools. with
} program for ensuring Before entering Govern-, other Federal Orlando, Saturday, Jan. 27, 9 Chicago. Jones a public relations state democratic executive
agencies.
Headquarters for the consultant politi- committee.
a.m. ,
compliance by govern- ment service, Mr. Feather- As Deputy Contracts Com-
meeting will be the Saddler's cal and columnist is
analyst
contractors with thepresident's
ment
son law
practiced in
Washington Officer
pliance
equal employment Mr. Featherson Ifctel, 619 W. Church Street. serving his sixth year as pub- All Negro elected officials
D. C.
will coordinatethe The meeting was originally lic relations director of the throughout the state are especially -
opportunity goals. In administering Executive partment's activities with the invited to attend this
scheduled for Riviera Beach Florida Voters League, Inc.
Order No. 11246, the Post Office Office of
Federal Contracts meeting as it is the thought of
but was changed, because of Also to be discussed is the
Department is given responsibility Compliance in the U. S. Department its central location in the state encouragement of Negroes to Jones that they should form
for supervisingthe of Labor. for the greater convenience of be candidates for Major elec- the nucleus of delegates on tie
equal employment oppor- Mr. Featherson is a resi- members from all over the tive offices on municipal, proposed slate of delegates to
tunity practices of those con- dent of the District of Columbia the national democratic con-
state. county district and state-wide
,
structing postal I facilities, Topping the_n_ agenda will be _levels_ ___. especially _in_qn the_ ma.'lor- vention.


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you never get tired of ?


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an attorney with the Equal Em- "

ployment mission, takes Opportunity the post Com-Feb. Is it always refreshing ? /

1, He will report to the Depart- .
ment's General Counsel and
Contracts Compliance Officer 'j

Timothy J. May.
Mr. Featherson is a graduate -


he ter's earned and of Degrees Howard Georgetown Bachelor in University Law Universities and at Catholic Mas-, and-- Do things go better with CgkeI


respectively.

wide Mr.experience Featherson in has enlargingthe had a after Coke after Coke ?

job opportunities of minor- .. .
'"'r. -AMR r 1AAUI AAI
ity-group workers. Before
joining the Equal Employment
Opportunities Commis-
sion staff, he served as an attorney -
with the National Labor
They do for photographer's assistant Mel Dixon. They will for you, too.
Relations Board and the

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THE BAHAMASAllan '
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James Benjamin, son ., ; :.,,, sII s
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Benja-

min, was admitted to the Ba- .
hamas Bar in the Supreme + wx .
Court on Nov. 29. A former
x: ,. :r
student at St. John's College,
Nassau, Mr.Benjamin received -
his B. A. in classics from
Sir George Williams University -
in Montreal, Canada In
1966 he received his LL. B.
with honors from the University 'I IV
of London.
A
Edward Morley, 56, was f
charged in the Magistrate'sCourt

Nov. 27, with the mur-
der of 25-year-old Donathan
Moss. Moss was stabbed to

death on Nov. 26. A prelimi- .
nary heariig was set for De- .rr1fflmmIT1
vember 28th.

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opening of Freedom Park at I "
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cis, Minister for Finance, lit .
the torch permanently placedon
top a miniature lighthouse.The .
torch was carried by 16
relay runners from the Queen

Elizabeth n Sports Center T
more than five miles Ten Fox

Hill boys, each 10-year-old, ,
each carried the torch on the

last lap,and presented it to f
Douglas EdgecombeAformer i
cemetery, the park was dedi-
cated to the people of Fox Hill
Hundreds of spectators were
present The Royal Police rli:
Band played I and greetingswere
present. The Royal Po-
lice Band played and greetings
were brought from clergymen
attending
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I: flMEMOATHS O 1 1CARD } UNCOVERED PLOT During TO the STEAL trial AND of nine BOMV men ;


in Salisbury, N C .a plot to 4
; ; ; steal an airplane and drop fire ;,
homes of Ne-
; bombs on the
; was: uncovered The men
J gores
OF THANKSThe ;
IN MEMORIAMIn IN
with conspiracyto
charged
I: were ''f
In memory of J intimidate school officialsand
family of the late
loving memory of our one, ; I other citizens in Rowan:
'Jn) iIrd dear mother, grand mother, I and Cabarrus Counties ,I

:.... .. : sister, ; ;: : Robert P. Hill, who said he '
JI.' MRS ESTELLA : was a member of the Ku Klux
FARRINGTONwho Klan terrorist unit before becoming -
'
; of an FBI informer, tes-
'\. V JL. '*
: #:'1 .'t\ ...... departed this life Jan. 19, I n- tified this week that severalof
,;> lilt. r..c'. i.Yl'" 1959. : I the defendants had claimed
\ ; : 1 ; v e to steal a plane, drop Molotv
The family. ; I cocktails on Negro homes in
( t t the two counties, then para-
; ; chute to the ground, letting the
IN
MEMORIAMIn
h'f ,. ; plane crash.
loving memory of our beloved ; a
<. one

GERALD MOSS : PRE-SCHOOL
ORGANIZATIONA

I wish to thank all our friendsfor MRS ALICE ; ; meeting of all kindergarten -

their kind regards in our who departed ) operators and workers will
dark hours of distress. A ; be held Saturday, Jan. 20, at
special thanks to the pastor 1965. a Laughlin Kindergarten, 5605
and members of New Bethel The battle was ; NW 32nd Ave, at 500; p.m. .a
( Baptist Church, neighbors of yictory won; Mrs, R. E. Copeland, presi- '
;
Liberty City and Range Fun- Servaht of ; two dent, and Mrs Helen Peter-
eral Home. son, secretary.

My baby's gone away from me The family : ; ..-,--- --.
To a heavenly place I knowI ; -
thank God for the time -', ; ; CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"For
he's let me keep him here be- CARD OF ,
)in Him we live, and
low
The family 71 move, and have our being"
Time heals all wounds, but I
know This verse from Acts is partof
the responsive reading of
Nothing will ever heal my sorrow Miss
ALFRED LEE MIKELL ; this week's lesson sermon on
wish to "life" to be read inallChristian -
But I'll keep on because know express ;
I'll see him in God's tomorrow who departed this life Jan. 20, a p pre cia ti 0 Science Churches Sunday
1966 friends and ; Morning services, at 11:00

Willington Moss, father "There's a garden where cards, am Sunday School at 10:00:
Jesus is waiting other kind : a.m. All are welcome
Cleora Moss, mother
There's a place that is won- their
Willi, Cleve and A very,bro
thers drously fair. ST. LUKE BAPTISTAn
For it glows with light of His The Family -

presence, I hour of inspiration is be-
IN MEMORIAM Tis the beautiful garden oi DEA sponsored, by the Home

prayer. ; Mission Society, Thursday,
to memory of our dear wife Sadly missed: Joe Holloway 16'n'541 Jan. 25, at 8:00: p.m. Everyone -

and mother,, Mr. and Mrs Lee Mikell, Fla., died Jan. is invited. Speaker for the
parents in Thomasville, 1 occasion will be Mrs. L, E,
+a e, Thomas of Mt. Sinai Baptist _
Alfred, Anthony andDerric, vived by his ] ,
Church.
sons daughters, He ;
Mrs. Ivis M, Richardson, Dorothy Sa- Rev. p. W Williams, pastor
sister Parks of M I

t Mrs. Elizabeth Spraggins, Alexander
sister Elnora Procter; NW Matthew Brown, 1602 1/2
Miss Cheryl Mikell, sister Lewis of ; NW 1st Ct., died Jan 10.Sur-
Mrs Maggie Gibson, grandmother and three i vivors include one sister,
s services ; Mrs Daisy Brown; one bro-
Mrs Pauline G. Dunn, aunt Sunday, 100 ; ther Henry. Arrangements are
Mrs. Mattie G, Jones, aunt ville Baptist incomplete.Mrs. .
MrS W. E, Greiglen, aunt villa, Fla ;
Mr. Charles Nottage, uncle LuAnner Ivey, 1209
and a host of friends. RAHMINGSMrs. NW 6 Ave, Fla.City, died Jan.
MRS. CATHERINE MEADOWSwho ; 14 14. Survivors include eight
Willie in-
daughters, Mesdames, Mattie
departed this life Jan. 19, 1802 NW 5th A ; two and Annie Whipple, Annie Bell
IN MEMORIAMIn
1965. 13 at Jackson -
I Walder, Fannie Smith, Leona
You left such a memory that is survived by ; Morris, Carrie Balls, Hattie
will linger always with us. loving but sad memory oi fred; six sons; ;; Hexon ; four sons, Clarence,
Sadly missed by: mother Mrs
Silas, Eddie, and Johnnie Ar-
Peter Meadows, husband Funeral rangements are incomlete.
Thelma, Catherine and Vera Friday, at : ;

daughters chapel. John Griffin, 652 NW 10 St.
Kermit and Rudolph, sons
; Apt 3, died Jan. 14.Survivors
The Blatch FamilyIN .
; ;
include one daughter,Almeda;
RANGEJohn ; one brother, Walter of Brook-
; lyn; one grand-sonWillie.Ar-
MEMORIAMIn D, rangements are Incomplete
65th St., died ;
memory of our brother 10. He is Mrs Wilhemina Kelly, 855
and father Amanda; six : NW 70th St., died Jan. 14,Survivors -

Sam, Elmer ,, include husband, John;
Oliver; four two daughters, Patricia, and
dames, Ella Theodosia; two sons,Algin and
Sermes, Rose John; uncles aunts. Arrangements -
Watson. the are incomplete.

turday, Jan 20 : I ;

uA MRS MARIE LOUISE HUFF Trinity C ME ;
YOUR FURNITURE
who departed life on Jan 18,, Mrs. t ; HIDING ITS BEAUTY
1967, 245 NW 16th ; ; MADE
The Lord called the one we, day, Jan. 11. :I FURNITURE
love so much to a better life,., by a sister, ;;; COVERS
A dear loving mother and I a nephew, ; l
friend has gone to rest. grandniece, '
There's a land vhere Jesus is eral services I I _
waiting, 18, at 1:00: a t MII 4 '
The presence is always there;; Baptist Church.Walter ; 1 OIIMti1'OtI LNINr
You are gone my dear mother H( pyll 0)

ROBERT LEE JOHNSONwho and friend ; ; l
To God's only care. 17th Ct., died ; CA
We love but God love:s 11. He is / o1r O I
departed this life,Jan 14,., you ; NIGHT ,,\
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1967. you best ters, ; '

Gone, but not forgotten son' and Nora ; ; Tq-aB2 'HI'+;
Almatha Huff, daughter thers, J 0 h n n

The Payne and Johnson Jack and Sallie Farrington, Funeral .. Plastic Cover
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I Bahamas "Operation Goodwill" Initiated e J


Bv Premier !

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Nassau, Bahamas.-Every gle to lure travelers workman .r .. '
who are on the job,the secre- co Tourism is a senstive
person in the Bahamas has a also being lured by Puerto tary, the maid, the bank clerk, business. It's up to us,the new
vital role to play to make visi- Rico, Jamaica the the housewife the Bahamians
Virgin Islands ,.and Su- i to establish a
tors happy and to keep them and Florida. preme Court Judge ,. . all great new image."
happy so that the$100,000,000spent "Everyone here has an im- must help." The Ministry of Tourismhas
each year by tourists portant job to do," said the The Premier said the Cabi- prepared a color fim to t NkW.
will be available for improving Premier.t The policeman on net, and particularly the Ministers be shown all over the Baha-
life on the islands. This the beat, the boy on the street, for Education and mas, and other top government
credo was voiced here by the the girl in the shop,the immi- Labor, will cooperate in a nationwide officials will speak on"Oper- \
Hon. Lynden O. Pindling, Pre- gration officer at the airport, program to put ation Goodwill" on subsequentradio t
mier, in a radio address over the bellhop in the hotel, the across "this great moti- programs, Premier i .
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ZNS.He telephone operator at her vational drive. Pindling told his audience. Pictured above are Mrs.Ruby Scott, President of the Ladies
called his listeners"
newBahamians" switchboard the travel "We must be ambassadors "
agent, "In the meantime, he said Auxiliary of the National Alliance of Postal and Federal Em-
and said the Ba- the desk clerk in a resort but we must be professional "it's
to to
up us prove that we ployees, Mrs. Coretha paschal and Mrs. Addle Fryer after
hamas are in a critical strug- hotel, the taxicab driver the he said. "I know the attitudeof can handle ourselves with
haveing completed the job of preparing Christmas baskets for
many of us has changed pride and skill. I think we're needy families.
Labor Dept. To Probe since we have our own government ready. I shall be looking up and The baskets are donated by the National Alliance of Postal

1- We are more relaxed. . moving up. Will you join me? and Federal Employees and Auxiliary each year, either at
Canecutters Wages and freer. But w few of
a us Remember, the world is
Thanksgiving or Christmas. The families were selected by the
also tend to be "
little too
a
watching.
"
decision made last
was ed as "troublemakers. EOPI..
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Saturday ,
lliuioudy uy me u. o. ijauui
Department to investigate EEOC-Bendlx Avionics Schedule P To Alumni Day at Florida A & M
charges that Jamaican sugar ro0ram University. A full day of meet I
cane cutters wre denied their ings, sports activities,and reunions -
minium wages. Hire Negroes will be held at this time.
Staff members from the Graduates of FAMU are urged -
Atlanta regional office were Ft. Lauderdale. Under a director of the plant's Indus- through local schools, project in the Negro commun- to plan now to attend Alum
to fly to West Palm Beach to program initiated by the Tech trial Relations Department, churches, community centers ity. ni Day for 1968. I
probe the dispute between the nical Assistance Division of plans were made to supply 100 and publicized on radio and in L 1
workers and the Sugar Grow- the U. S. Equal Employment applications for jobs at all the local press.On Wednesday
ers Cooperative: of Florida, a Opportunity Commission, the levels to be distributed within evening, January 10, inter- Miami Times '
Belle Glade firm. Bendix Avionics Division is the Negro community. Super- views were held atDillard v
6530 NW 15th Avenue
Last week Tuesday 52 work- actively recruiting personnelfor vised by the Reverend SamuelW. High School, Ft. Lauderdale,
ers were arrested and jailedon its new Ft. Lauderdale George, President of theFt for those who submitted applications Miami, Florida 33147
charges of inciting to riot plant from the city's 20,000 Lauderdale NAACP, the .
and unlawful assemble and almost Negroes. For the first time applications were distributed Dillard's Guidance Direc- Dear Sir :
100 others were deport- evening interviews were con- tor, William J. Wilson,was
ducted at a high school in the one of the local Negro repre- Enclosed please find the sum of $-
Negro community, with candidates sentatives present at the De-
to cover the cost of asubscription to
BLACK MUSLIM PRISONERS contacted through mi- cember 4 meeting between the
WILL AVE THEIR OWN MINK nority media and local lead- EEOC and Bendix i manage- the Miami Times.
ers.Theproject grows out of ment. Also present were Rev.
Black MJslims in the fed- the eeoc's"new plants"pro- George, Robert Harris con Mail I Paper To,
eral in gram, in which companies from ".
penitentiary Atlantaare ciliator EEOC's Atlanta _
Address ___
entitled to a Maslim m'n-' opening new plants are ap- High School, Mrs Gloria Rob-
ister at government expense, proached by the Technical As- inson of the Neighborhood Op- City state Zip Cod -
a federal judge has decreed. sistance staff and helped to de- portunity Center, and Dr. Von
velop techniquesincreasing I Mizell, editor of, the Florida One Yr. $5.00 ( )

Senior District Judge FrankA. minority hiring. A project Spur, which publicized the
Hooper ruled that as there similar to that of the Bendix
are almost as many Black Corporation is now planned in
Muslims in the prison as there Springfield, Mo. laterthis

are Jews, the Black Muslimsare month.
entitled to a Muslim The Bendix Avionics plant's I BLACK POWER !
218 include
minister. present employees Pfc Willie R. Plummer,Jr.,
35 Negroes, all at the produc- 19-years-old, son of Mr. and
Catholics, Protestants and tion level; its projected per- Mrs. William PalmerOdessaHilton
Jews ,are furnished priests or sonnel needs involve over 1-,
) of 1319 NW 41st St., is
ministers at government expense 000 new employees. At a De- serving in the Marines in You Said it !
Judge Hooper said in a cember 4th meeting between Vietnam.Pfc baby
suit brought by Henry Walker EEOC's T. A. Officer Henry Plummer is a graduateof
and others at the prison. Ford and Donald L. Heffner, William M. RainesHighand

attended a commercial arts Dade
institute in Jacksonville.While Countys 200,000 Negro

in Vietnam, he wrote
the following poem.
Population
MOTHER, THE FORGOTTENWhen

IMPORT EXPORT INC Packs $160,000,000 worth
104 N.W. 1st Ave. 3734173A soldiers are lonely in of
A FAMILY GARMENT STORE Vietnam

And their minds are full with purchasing Power Annually.
MEN'S LADIES'SWEATERS fear
They write I love you to their


SLACKS But know girls forget your the girl one is most wonderfulAnd dearI Call it Black Power or Green

fills your heart with joy

.7,95..t $999& AeE.t 5.95. $299 But one your motheris the sweet Powerbut its Still the Stuff that

Have you stopped and really

// How thought much she had done for you Makes the cash register jingle.ARE .

For if so I'm sure you will
BOYS'SHIRTS know

She true deserves your love most YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE OF


( ( # 1 Sizes 4 to 14 And Who cared has loved for you you all since of a your tot DADE COUNTY'S NEGRO MARKET?


3,1. I'm life telling you dear soldierIt 'I

was neither your girl nor
React 9t.
it
while they wife . 9ltuite 9t.
;
hitLADIES' .
So all us soldiers in Vietnam seC 9t. . ,
,. JERSEY Let's show our mothers we
& SHIFTSOpen care
By writing them right today "
:
And attaching this little prayer
Dear Heavenly Father up

To above my mother I send my loveI \ :; :

I pray dear you bless this one so "

. y And guide her thru the coming !
Daily 9-6 years .
Fri. and Non till 9 Mostly Father I'm praying for 6530 N.W. 15th Avenue 691-0421 i
That in the years to be .

RETJSirDEAtERS INVITED '"., I find more ways of showing' 45 CONTINOUS YEARS OF SERVING OUR COMMUNITY, .

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:- ',' .";,. Triumph Churches Observe Founders DayThe I

F' .L. W. I . ., I will cli- "Overcomming System." The
:. ,N' ( Triumph Churches Internationally day Greeting cards .
.J .. will observe max the twenty ((20)) days and second oldest members are

Jan. 20, as Founders Day. nights i activities which will State Prince J, T. Rivers o f

The Rt. Rev. D. H. Harrisof mark the 66th year of Her inception Detroit, Mich and Bishop. D.
Walker Jr of Cleveland Ohio
,
Pittsburgh, Penn. Arch-
decrees world-wide The advent of tthe Church and 1910 Other living pioneerswho
bishop, a
celebration, conmemorating Her unique doctrine started have helped to blaze the

the founding of the Triumphant while the late lamented path: Chief Bishop D, H,
Harris and Mrs. L. M. Wright
System, January 20, 1902. Apostle E. D. Smith was pas-
Feasting, receptions, toning one o f the A. M. E. of Sneed, Florida, 53 years of

religious ceremonies and the churches in Pinckeny, Ark., devoted services Mrs

exchanging of Triumph's Holi- Monday, October 20, 1897 between Z. Moore, Birmingham, Ala,

1200; noon and 1:00: p.m. Mrs. H, M, Pickens,Tallahassee -

He said, "an unseen hand Mrs M. A. Jankins, mel-

touch me and thepower of that bourne, Mrs. Annie West,
ZION HOPE M. B. unusual touch flashed troughmy Jacksonville, Mrs. Ruby An-

.- .. .; .. ; -:,- ---.-i=- lC\Y r'x; Rev p. Freeman, pastorE. body likeelectricity.i krium of Miami, and Mrs. R.

Jackson, reporter This was the first known mani- Glanton of Cross City, Fla.,
f' II festation of the "baptism of and many others who have
There will be a program,
1 23 at the. the Holy Ghost" in the New given over 45 and 50 years of
gtt 1Jn Tuesday, night, Jan. "
Iou QI4urr4 Una services
I church title is the "Four World. (However, this experi- "triumphant

is ence was not confirmed until
Gospel Riders everyone
Archbishop Harris, In his
the 1906revival" in
'-- invited "great

CHRISTEPISCOPAL GREATER NEW TEMPLEThe The pastor wish to thank Los Angeles, Calif.) pre-founders day message ask
the inhabitants of the Kingdomto
his On January 20,1902 at 12:00
MACEDONIA the church membership
"keep the Hath In God and
Fr. Theodore Gibson, rector Trustee Board, T. surprise birthday party Sun- noon, the Devine Spirit i of
work together as never
Antoinette Silva, reporterThe Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Bonivy, chairman, will spon- day night after church. Church Triumph was speededto
before The world isnowwaking -
Churchwomen will pre- Willie Beard, reporterOn sor a dinner this Saturday at Please remember all sick the earth for the emancipation : -
sent their annual Shrove Tues- the home of Mrs A. Clark, and shut-ins in your prayers. of Ethiopia from the up to eternal life and now"

day Dinner on February 27, at Sunday, Jan. 21, the from high noon until? Dona- The pastor is asking ushersof traditions, customs, ordinances getting ready to live forever.
The of
1 7:30 p.m. at the Everglades Ushers' Federation Associa- tion one dollar. both boards to meet with him and rituals of Church transplanting a heartor

Hot e 1 1. Following the dinner tion of Miami will convene at The Rev. J. A. Butler of at Rock of Ages, Friday night Militant and "Goddeclaredthem any other part of ones bodyto
another is the manifestation
Billy Rolle and his band will the church, at 3:00 p.m The Boynton, missionary of the Atlantic along with the general church. to do no more good."
of wisdom to God
play for the dance Ticketsare speaker for the occasion will Coast Baptist Associa- It was not until Jan 20, 1904 given man by

now available from guild be Rev. Roscoe Jackson. An tion, will make his official CHRISTIAN at 6:00: p.m. that God gave "The day is coming when man
visit to Temple Sunday and will live and not die, just as
members at $5.00. elaborate and unique programhas FELLOWSHIP Bishop Smith permission to "
On Saturday, Jan. 13, the been planned for your en- will be the speaker at the open the doors of the church to the church has been teaching.

EYC sponsored a get togetherat joyment. Everyone is cor- morning service Rev. p, S, Brown, pastor all the world. for 66 years.Bishop ,

the home of Mrs. Elizabeth dially invited Temple's Male Chorus, M.iry Nixon, reporterAll During this founders day ob- Harris joins the college -

Johnson. All present spent an Deacon Edwin Ramsey, Charles Ambros, president; choir members pleasebe servance, the national church, of bishop and Mrs. M. A.

enjoyable evening. President Deacon W. L, Deacon R. Hepburn, directorand present for rehearsa: will pay tribute to State PrinceC. Hankins, Chairlady of the Wo-

Rev. and Mrs. Gibson spent Lightbourn, Vice President. Miss Else Douglas, Tuesday night. Rev. W. F. L. Jones, Sr., of Tampa He men's Divisionamlallnational

several days in Nassau and The Fourth Sunday, we will pianist, will have its home- Tanner will deliver a sermon joined the organization in 1908 officials of the church in extending

other islands where Fr. Gib- observe our Second Annual coming program Sunday, at Sunday at the Community Center and records show that he is the peaceful Triumphant

son attended a meeting.Congratulations Homecoming all day, beginning 330; p.m. A number singing Auditorium at 300; p.m. oldest living member in the Holiday greetings

to Mr. and at 9:30: a.m. with Sun- groups will appear and a fine The public is invited to come

Mrs. Robert Heil who were day school and throughout the affair is anticipated.The publicis : and enjoy this powerful man

married at the church Satur- 7-.00 p.m. service. invited. of God. ST. JAMES AME NEW PROVIDENCE

day evening. The morning speaker will Our prayers and get-well The Southern Singers will Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor

The following children re- be Rev. A. M. Griffin and con wishes Brothers Rufus render a program of songs on Rev F. E. Sneed, pastor Arsula Edwards, reporterThe

ceived the rite of Holy Bap- gregation of New Shiloh M.B Cleare in Jackson: Memorial; the fourth Sunday, at 730pm. Joseph Mirshall, reporter ordinance of Baptismwill

tism Sunday.Sandra,Bethel, Church; the afternoon speakerwill Carl Hanna in Christian, andT. Don't miss hearing some of Mrs. Martha Nickolson 1 be observed this Sunday

Roxann Bethel and Derick be Rev. J, Torrence and Bonivy in Hialeah Hospital. the best voices in the world.: would like all members bornin morning: Jan. 21. All candi-

congregation 0 f Valley GroveM. Remember? B. T, U, beginsat Remember to pray for all the month of February to dates are asked to be presentat
Hall.Confirmation
classes will B. Church; and the evening 5 p.m. and Sunday evening mankind everywhere. Send a meet at her home, 1841 N W 10 a.m. and bring a changeof

begin on Sunday. All persons speaker will be Rev. T. C. service at 6:30. special prayer for the soldiersin 51st St., Friday, Jan. 19, 800; garment, be on time.

interested contact the church Kelly, Jr., and congregationof Vietnam. p.m.Mrs. The pastor is asking all

office. St. Paul AME Church. Come Saddie Dean and Jan- ladies to meet at the church

Blocks are nee d e d to com out and spend the day with us. ST. MARY'S W. M. uary-ites are having a night ol f Tuesday, Jan 23, at 730pm.:

plete the Parish Hall if you Rev. H. V, Stuart, pastor MARTIN MEMORIALDr. games and fun at the home of Please be present and on time.

have not contributed now is the Sunday, Jan 21, Tithes Day, Mr. and Mrs: William Bur- Consecration hour of prayer -

1 time. ST. JOHN AME during the 11:00: a.m. service, R. H, Johnson,pastorOn roughs, Jr., 980 Little River is held each Sunday morningat

our pastor willpreachandChoir last Friday night the first Drive, Saturday, Jan 20, at 500.; Prayer meeting each

MT.. CALVARY Rev. W, A, Curry, pastor No. Two and Usher quarterly conference was held 8:00 p.m. W-3 are looking for- Tuesday evening, at 730.: Let

Mrs. Annie Ruth Kennerlyand Board No. One will serve. Let under the auspices of the pre- ward to seeing you! us attend our prayer meetings.

t Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Mrs. Lucile Hannah are us not forget our obligation siding Elder of the Miami Dis- Mrs. Merian Daniels, Continue in prayer for our

Phyllis Beal, reporter contestants in the "Miss st The Ways and Means will trict, Rev. F. A. Allen The president and hospitality club sick, shut-ins and those who

Sunday, Jan. 21, at 5:30: Bap- John" contest, which ter. meet in the social hall, at 430; Sunday morning message was gave their year's party Thurs- are bereaved. Visitors are always -

tismal services will be held. minates on the fourth Sunday p.m.Sunday, business of im also delivered by Rev. Allen day night, January 11, at the welcome.
All are invited to come. night in January, the winner portance. All boards have been reor- home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie

I Prayer meeting is held will be crowned by Miss Naomi Memorial services will be ganized. As the first projectof Nickolson, special thanks to

every Thursday night. Williamson Services begins held during the 700; p.m services the year, the pastor has organized them for being wonderful host MT.TABORRev.

church that prays together, Sunday with Sunday School, at All members of deceased a pew rally. Each and hostess. Hendon, acting pastor
9:30: a.m., worship services, member is asked to supportthis
prays together. families are asked to Our deepest sympathy to Dessie Crockett, reporterThe
Special thanks are extendedto at 1100; a.m. and 6:30 p.m., be out. Flowers in memory effort. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E.Sparksin
the pastor will deliver both The pastor is asking the cooperation the loss women are making
everyone from the familyof should be placed on the alterno o f their father.St. .
the late Penny Broomfieldin morning and evening sermons, later than Sunday afternoonat of each member: to James AME Church, plans for their Women's Day

our time of bereavement.MT. both choirs will serve 500 p.m. Joint choirs and make this a great banner year. presents Allen University drive which will terminate

throughout the day, Ushr ushers will serve for this ser Please plan to attend the concert choir Wednesday, Much 24th.
Board No. One will serve at church services Mi s. Wilhelmina Sands
was
ZION BAPTISTThe vice The public is invited to attend especiallythe Jan 24, at 800 p.m. in the
8:00: p.m. The C Lord C's will Official Board Meeting. church auditorium 1845 chosen chairman and Mrs.
Building Fund Task all these services NW
Force presents a Seven Tables observe their anniversary Let us continue to pray for 65 Street Jeraldine Jenkins and Mrs.
Feast Jan. 20 from along with other groups DRAKE MEMORIALRev. Claretha Cook are the co-
Saturday
all our sick and shut-ins. A
5:00 until at the home of Miss from the city.Tuesday chairmen.
card or a phone call will helpto
Georgia McMahon, 1065 NW night regular class cheer them up and speedy J, W. Dunn, pastor MT. CARMEL BAPTIST Each member is asked to
52nd Street. Donation meeting, at 8;15 p.m. The members extend their support this first effort of this
$1.25. their .
and recovery.Let Rev. D. A, Bradley,pastor
Wednesday Thursday
All you can eat. The public is us not forget the raffle sympathy to Mrs. Maggie: Gibson Louise McGriff new year
invited. night choir rehearsals, Friday in the loss of her brother, reporter Usher Board No. Two are
sponsored by the choirs of the
Rev. S. M. Gatson deliveredour
night school teacher'smeeting
Sunday
selling dinners at te
Lillie Muse Doles, chair- church. Donations $1.00, for Walter Grant. Brother Grant afternoon message last church.
man, Rev. Edward Graham, tickets, see any member of the was a member of Drake. The Sunday. For dinners you may call 691-
The pastor is asking mem- 8732 and deliveries
pastor. choir. family wish to thank the mem- will be
The Junior Choir will have
bers to accompany him to Mt. made
bers and friendsfor their i
Usher Board No. Two will
their
Nebo anniversary on Wednes-
WOMAN'S DAY AT Baptist Church, Monday kindness during their hour of
celebrate its
anniversary the
day and Thursday night after
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night, Jan at 800; p.m. bereavement.
MT. PLEASANTThe The Cora Anderson Mis- fourth Sunday. Deacon Green and Deacon the third Sunday in February. SHILOH BAPTIST

sionary Society will meet at Perkins They are asking advance for
are selling dinners at
Fourth Annual Women's the church Sunday afternoon at JORDAN GROVER the church Saturday. You your help and support. Rev. A, M. Griffin, pastorC.
will be held Jan 21 at may Remember the boys in the Y. English
Day, 5:30: p.m. Friends: are invitedto call for dinner to be de- reporter
Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist attend all services. A. J. King, acting pastor you armed service, the sick and
livered
7519979. There will be a dinner sale
Eddie Gilbert reporterOn shut-ins and bereaved families
Church, 1320 NW 33rd St, -
Brother Richardson chair- at the home
of
Sister
Claudia
Rev. F. L. Smith is minister Monday, Jan. 22, at 8:00 ,
Mrs Minnie Hill is chair- EPISCOPAL CHURCHOF p.m. the Rev.Cooks will speak man and Brother Tripp, co- Bryant Saturday, Jan. 20, 1200
chairman are making plans for NW 65th St.
man. Some of the best talentof for the Willing Workers. The
THE ASCENSION the Men's Day in Mirch. NEW HOPEThe The fourth Sunday Jan. 2b
the city have been scheduled general church, along with the ,
Please help the men with their the pastor and entire church
public is asked to be
to appear on program. Beginning Drive present.
12201 Colonial
pastor's Aid Union will will
projects. Dinners will be sold convene at New Macedonia
Sister Dixon is
in the Sunday School. Rev William Pickels, vicar president. celebrate their
at the home of Brother anniversary, Baptist Church tor their
Morning speaker is Mrs. On Sunday, Jan. 21, the Rt. the On Saturday, at 8:00: p.m. Richardson, 1475 NW 68 Ter. Sunday, Jan. 21, at 2:30; p.m. annual homecoming day. This
No. One Choir will
Eunice Davis a member oft sponsora
Rev Henry I.Loutittit Bishopof at New
tea at the on Saturday fro m noon until Hope Baptist Church, will be the 11:00am: service
invita-
church. An ,
Ebenezer Methodist Church, the Diocese of South Flori- 6600 NW 15th Avenue
400 For call Rev.
; p.m. delivery Roscoe
tion is extended to to Jackson pastor.
,
corns
an employee of The Miami dawill, be the celebrant at the you 6913674. The business meeting of thePastor's If the weather
will
out and permit
Times and a student at Miami Holy Eucharist at 7:30p.m. enjoy yourself. Aid Union will ,
be held
Visitors are alwayswelcome. 1- You are welconv? to attend there will be baptism Sunday.Let .
Dade Junior College. this service the Bishop will The little church" in Saturday, 8:00 p.m.
biggest
us not forget
Let us take time out and our sick
Come and share in the fellowship administer the Sacrament of Sister Willie Mae
remember
pray for the sick and desti town. Please to Bagley, at home and those in the hospital -
Confirmation tute. .1 visit the sick and shut-ins. president. .

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I GROVE ,. : Bahamas. Seekiiici Total Self Government II

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Rev J, Torrence, pastor ...
Lucile Torrence reporterOur pr rem i e r Lynden PindUng! ; constitution that would trans- member on any committee in The Bahamas Senate will increase hamas from Britian. This was
has proposed constitutional fer most to the Baha- its membership to 21. evidenced when the pound was
pastor would like to take powers made in a new constitution, the
for Of these 14 would be nominated recently devaluated, and the
the
this opportunity to thank the changes Bahamas that mas. Foreign affairs and de- sible to trust an opposition ,
would give the total fense the ruling party (PLP) Bahamas maintained: its exchange -
entire church and special colony would still be handled by member: on any committee in by
"Internal self Great and seven the oppostion rate with the dollar.
for him government' Britian. t the legislature.If by
accompanying
guests and take most of the power out The memowassenttomembers United Bahamian Party. The Premier and his cabinet
to Ft. Myers to St. Paul M.B, Internal and their nation has a
police security know that
Robinson of hands of the governor, who of his cabinet/all sena- the proposed changes are
Rev,
Church pastor.
The association will, represents the crown. tors, and members of the Pro- made in a ntitution, the powers now held by Bahamian closer tie to the United States

Thursday night before con-the The proposal was containedIn gressive Liberal party. Pind- governor would lose most of government." than' to Brltian 'since most of

vene fourth Sunday. Our pastor will a memo that Pindling said ling reportedly said that the his power over Internal affairs The premier would appoint. its Imports' ,came; from this

bring the message Friday, at was "leaked" by an opposition leak "proves it is not possible and would act, according to the all police i officers, down to, country $5
party member. aims deputy heads of departments. A revision of;the constitu-
at
845 The King and Queen a new to trust an opposition memo, "Solely as advised.
p.m.
; require
Sir Ralph Grey,Governor of tion would a constitu-
will off in the
contest come As-
the Bahamas is reported as tional convention in London. If

sociation.full support We are toward asking this for Negroes Look To TV As Catalyst In Aiding telling a newsman, Sunday that the memo Is approved by the

you he "has not been Informed of cabinet and PLP members of

contest. Race Relations Acceptance the contents of this alleged the House of Assembly, the '
Sunday, Jan. 14, marked the memo. No doubt I shall see it changes will be submitted to
of Women's
beginning Dayac-
tivities. Sister Addie Lynn was Radnor, Pa. The American in its drama programs. Tele- Hollywood has helped to promote in the morning," he said. "I Britlan.
chairman and Emma Negro is looking to tele- vision can and must use its a negative image of the am sure if Premier Pindling It is believed that the big
elected vision to serve as a leader and persuasiveness and power to Negro and that writers and told the press, he will tell mo business Interests would oppose -

Jennings co-chairman. catalyst in promoting better create a new acceptance producers feel they need a before very long. With that, I the changes because they

race relations and acceptance.But among whites of the Negro anda special reason for role think we had better terminatethis are afraid thatAmerican tour-

GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. thus far the medium has new awareness on the partof featuring a Negro. conversation! ists will be frightened away by

failed to achieve this goal, a the Negro h1mself of his own "If someone were to makea Pindling 36, was elected any radical changes,'or by any

W, F. Savoy, pastor prominent Negro broadcastIng ability and potential," Norford film about a Negrowhodidn'th last year on Jan. 10 and com weakening of the colony's British i.-

Worshiping with our con- executive said today. a v e any great conflict be- pletes his first year in officeas atmosphere."

gregation this Sunday will be "Television is doing a lot to said.TV star Bill Cosby says cause of his color, who loved the first Negro premier Pindling said that copies of

the Algonquin Club. In the improve the Negro image, but and was loved by a black gir lof the Bahamas. The colonyhas his me mo were sent to all senators -

evening service the men of the not nearly enough," George and raised by a black family, a population of 115,000 Ne- with the object of keep-

church will have a discussionon Norford, a Westinghouse the audience would come back groes and 30,000 whites. ing every member firlly in-

the topic, "Our Men and our Broadcasting Co. executive, to see it again, looking for Pindling has already announced formed. He charged a UBPmember

Task." Resource leader will says In TV Guide magazine some hidden meaning," Cosby his desire to seek "probably in the Senate -

I be Mr. Leroy Smith of the police (Jan. 20)) issue. Norford also said. nore independence for the Ba- ," leaked the memo.

force. coordinates activities of the

Wo are happy t o have had Broadcast Skills Bank, designed -

guest from the YMCA worshipwith to get more Negroesinto mall
us last Sunday morning. the industry rmqe ; of Jfaitl)

We are also thankful for the "When all of television's _
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forces, who led our evening lumped together, they are still to !t ;Jnecribtdl

discussion on the young adult so infinitesimal they areal- [T 1 l([[ v;. .
and the church.GREATER most lost in the over-all big an the
C4 1!,(2 CCLCCCCLGI[
picture. It's not enough for Utrlutins lrmorQi !

NEW BETHEL television the existing merely Negro subculture to reflect :4) 1' U j of nn


Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor dt.1: nw ..1 J and his(]i taper.

Alice Irving, reporter SALTER'S CHAPEL MNCHER ELECTED VICE p. Ioridn ttnut
There will be a tea the Second PRESIDENT OF VOTER ;

Sunday in February on behalf Rev. H, M. Salmon, pastor REGISTRATIONCOMMITTEE (College

of Women's Day. Betty Morant, reporterOn If -
The Women's' Day candy

drive is now in process. Let Jajhus Fincer, 2740 NW 43
last Sunday new officers
Terrace was elected vice- INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT
us support our church. were ordained by the minis- ,

, On our sick list ,are; John ter. We wish them the best of president of the Ministers- THE "CHURCri.,. BUILDS FOR YOUTH"Following ,
Harrell, St. Francis Hospital( ; the year in office. Lay men voters Registration ( are listed the names of Churches and Pastors who are up to datein

Sadie Smith, Jackson Memorial All youth are requested to Committee of Dade County Saturday their pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
morning In the Johnson Building Fund. )
and Charlie Wood South
I be present this coming Fridayand
: Miami General. Our sympathy Saturday, at Five o'clock, Hall for the year 1968. ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev. R. Hammond
He all citizens who
i to Patricia Brown and Daisy at the church, please be on urges MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers
have not renewed their
I Cunningham who lost their fa- mem- NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. I. Norman
: time.We bership for the 1968 to
ther. ask you to continueto year BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev, C. K. Steele
Prayer services are held pray for all the sick and shut- do so as soon as possible. A JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L. W. Goram

I every Tuesday night at 8:00 ins. membership drive is on now. EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev. 0. W. FosterST.
All good citizens are urged to
p.m. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T. TannerST.
join. You can by Mr.
contacting
JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev. J, B. Adams

Baptist Women Plan For president Fincher at 635-8329 R3V Thedford, or the DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. C. A, Weaver

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H. King
Johnson 371-3212.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. C. Sams

Foreign Mission Banquet MT, CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. J. S. Young

South Dade SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev, R. L. Hill
The Baptist Women's Coun- Cecilia Lee of Mt Zion for
NEW MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. L. Shipp
cil met last Friday evening at which Mrs. Majorie Perkinsof
News SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev T, D. Davis
the home of Miss Marie: White Greater New Bethel was
ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W. Wiggins
and prepared plans for their given credit. Mrs. Lucile Henderso, i
TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L, A. Thompson
annual Mission Ban- The next meeting will be
Senior
Foreign president of the Choirof
MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. I. C. Mickins
quet. A committee on time and held Friday, Jan 26, at Mt. Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, I'
SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. J, Curry
place was appointed, with Mrs Olivette Baptist Church. All is asking all members to be ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams
I. C. Mickins as chairman. are urgently requested to be present and on time Friday, FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH (Bunche Park) Rev. W. J. Macon
Others on the committee are present. Mrs. McDaniel,a dy- Jan. 19.The FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford

Mrs. Julia Drake of Friend- namic worker of First Baptst Rev C. II,Simmons,the MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev, E. T.Graham

ship; Mrs Eddie Lee Smith of Church, Opa-locka, cast her blind evangelist from Water- MT SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. 0, Albury

First Baptist, Opa-locka; lot with the group and pledgedher burgh, S, C,, willbethemorn- I NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright

Mrs Claudia Wilson and Mrs. support to the cause. ing speaker atSt. Mary's Bap- GREATER NEW BETHELBAPTISTCHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. K. Smith
Mary Frances White of New tist Church Rev. W. F. Tan-
NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C, J. Burney
Providence. NEW MT. MORIAHRev. ner, pastor, Sunday, Jan. 21. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
It the first of The pastor and members of .
was meeting
A. L. Shipp, pastor SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff
the year and enthusiasm ran Evelyn Souter, reporterThe Mt. Moriah Baptist are very MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G, Staggers

high, and the rceipts of the pastor and members proud ofthemselves for having PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. W. Johnson
satis- made the final toward
than
evening were more payment
want to thank Rev. J. E. Jen- ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wynn
factory. A check for eight dol- kins and congregation for the purchasing land for their new ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. Wade

lars was received from Mrs. wonderful services renderedfor church, and will soon be hav- NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. G. W. Phi'lips ,
ing groundbreaking cere-
us on Sunday our Church's35th monies. ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. Freeman :

Anniversary.Let MT ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach) Rev. J. W. Taylor
FRIENDSHIP M. B. us continue our prayersfor Sunday was Pew Rally for ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. R. Simpson
the juniors at Hurst Chapel
the sick, shut-ins, our pas- AME Church. They raised SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. A, B. ColemanST.

Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor tor, the Dean family,and thoseIn $217.81 with Miss Carol Jean MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev E. L. Merrick

Ruby L. Carr, reporterWe the a r m e d services. Visi- the EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. S. L, Badger
Smith raising largest
are grateful to the response tors are always welcome. ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C. S. Felder
amount followed by Ann Blake
given for our ground MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev J. R. Smith
and Rowena Adderley.
breaking, Jan. 7. Please come GREATER ST. Presiding Elder J, B. Blakeof BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell .t
and worship with us sometimewe MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Pierce) Rev. Cllffen _.
would be happy to have you. LUKE P, B. the West Miami.D1strict'delivered OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev. H. J.;Clark

Our deepest sympathy to Rev. O. Taylor, pastor the message.Our all ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Badwin) Rev. H. L. Baker

Sister ClaudiaAmos and fami- Eula McNeal, reporter pastor is asking to MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev. J. D. Johnson

ly in the loss of her husband Sunday, at 3:00: p.m. there make a round report for our NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J. L. Fennell s

Brother James Amos a faith- will be a program given In behalf first Quarterly Conference, NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin
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ful member of our church. We of the church. Along wltt, which will begin Friday night SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (st, Petersburg) Rev. E. D. Davis
say to you pray to God and he the program will be the"Sonsof and continue through Sunday
will sustain you in your great Jerico." Let us not forget our annual The above /list covers the State of Florida

Everyone is most cordially visit to Salters Chapel Sunday FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE (now under construction at
loss.To our members ,,110 are ill invited to attend and worshipwith morning and our report of
NW 156th St., & LeJeune Rd.)
Remember to pledges for Sunday night'ser* I
we wish you a speedy re- us. pray ,
covery. for the sick and shut-ins. vice. '



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TILE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 19, 1968 23
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( Business And Industry Face CredibilityGap justice Marshall !t



In GhettoNew Receives Homecoming


w Welcome In Kenya
York. "Business and industry continue to face a be employed In sufficient numbers demonstrate definitivelythat .

v r e d i b 1111 1 y gap in the ghetto that can only be overcome by token hiring Is at an end. Business and industry must be Nairobi: Kenya -- U. S. su- .";: 'fA
forthright, effective, visible action and a concrete presence," much more agressive in recruiting and developing new out- preme Court Justice Thurgood , I II
wnitney M Young, Jr., executive i director, National Urban reach techniques. There must be much more training by Industry Marshall received an enthusiastic -

League, said in an address at the National Conference on Cor- itself, always with the guarantee of a job upon successful "homecoming welcome"by I, ,.
porate Urban Programs held by the National Industrial Con- completion of the training course. his "soul brothers and sis- 4
ference Board at the Waldorf-Astoria. "Your best means of ters" in Nairobi I- 9i

communication is, clearly and simply, action.' "In addition business and must be and
industry visibly con- Mr. Marshall, the first Ne-
"Business today is in, the position of having taken only the cretely present in the This and ,
ghettos. means locating plants gro to serve on the U.S. Su- '
first step,that of formulating new policies. You must now move retail establishments in the ghettos, curbing the flight to the preme Court, was an official ;
from aspiration to attainment, from Jnede to,r>pr for mince.: suburbs. Industry must understand the importance of under- member of U. S. delegation
Your new commitments mist be communicated ina variety of writing such programs as the Urban League's Street Acade- touring Africa with Vice r
ways, many of them non-verbal. You must let your actions mies in Harlem and applying the lessons learned there on a President Hubert Humphrey.
speak for you. nation-wide basis with corporate and
always identity respon-
"Every vestiage of tokenism must oe eliminated: toQestroy sibility made clear. A large crowd of Kenyans,
the impression in the Negro community that companies are who were on hand at the airport -
concerned merely with minim with to greet Vice President
compliance the law in order -
The must the business
Negro community see communityac-
to avoid boycotts and demonstrations The existence of Humphrey, cheered loudly
tively involved in determining the quality of education received when the intro- THURGOOD MARSHALL
Vfce president
Negroes in middle and top management essential to remove in the public schools, in decisions affecting quality and surest path of social progi-ess
the impression that the entry job is a dead-end. Negroes must availability of adequate housing and in the fight for open-oc- duced Mr. Marshall is through the rule of law, not

k''* cupancy. Otherwise, the Negro community will continue to Many Kenyans rememberthe violence."In .
work Marshall did
: Mr. as
see business as simply; running away from the problem.
'' \ .'. ': a legal advisor to Kenyan Na- Africa and In our coun-

.., : "The American business community must work things out tionalists at the London Con- try," Mr. Marshall declared,

.. with the Negro community in much the same way it worked stitutional Talks that paved the "we shall continue to seek
: < J 1 things out with the labor movement. American business saw way for Kenya's independence. freedom of the individual from

aAA'a iE : ";', "q the wisdom of giving members of the labor movement an equal Mr. Marshall and Kenya any unjust restraint from any
stake in the system so that trade unionist became as anxiousto President Jomo Kenyatta are governmental agency of any
personal friends.In kind freedom of the individual
protect the free enterprise system as was management. ,
Things must be worked out in essentially the same way with each of the nine African from persecution legal or
the Negro community. countries visited by the Vice otherwise. In any Democraticform
President, Mr. Marshall has or system of govern-
"Moreover business must be willing to publicly identify spent considerable time meet- ment, the courts, right up to
those who've helped them in the effort. With occasional excep- ing with law students and local the Supreme Court, are made
tions, business tends to be reluctant indicate that they've justices.In the final guardians and protectors -

worked with the Urban League, for instance, in formulating new his meeting with studentsat of every single" indi-
approaches and new policies. The insurance industry committed vidual's human rights.
the Kenya School of Law,
a billion dollars to construction in the ghetto, but didn't
Mr. Marshall said he had Mr. Marshall indicated that
acknowledge publicly what they acknowledgedprlvately,to wit,
noticed great changes in Kenya upon his return to the Stateshe
the role of the Urban League in encouraging the move. The
since his last visit in 1963, es- would make certain reports
same can be said of many businesses which, in fa<*t, have been
pecially in the effort to streng- and recommendations on what
stimulated by the Urban League. Responsible Negio leadership
then the judicial system.He can be done In Africa to de-
must be openly supported. We have our constituencies and we
told the students that the velop a strong judiciary.Jack's .
need public acknowledgement of the role we've played in the
change-policies of Americanbusiness Otherwise you weakenus
and in weakening us you weaken the whole effort -- whichis
t4 t x a joint one. MEN'S WEARSEE

"MR. JACK"
"You In the business community are the decision-makers,
the pace-setters, the role-models and the status-factors. No- FOR
thing of major significance happens without your direct action STYLES FOR ALL AGES

and inten nUon. Government serves to stimulate action and, .' The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

in some cases, to subsidize it, but it is only when the Initiative SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
imagination and creative skill of the private sector are

HIS PRIDE AND JOY is this scale model of moderateIncome engaged that we get real and substantive results. Your success ITALIAN SHOES

housing which architect Bob Gordon helped design, and I I stories will do more than anything else to alter fixed attitudes 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
which: is included in a six-townhouse cluster currently under. in both the black and white communities. Action Is your most

construction in the nation's capital. An alumnus of Howard I i effective communication,"

University's school of architecture (1959)), Gordon has set his,

signts on a bigger goal -- city planning. -(NPI Photo]I 11 r _ If r J11 I
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A K Urges Protection Of I I- \ Why Not HaveDelivered



All CitizensThe

Greater Miami Chapter actually Involved in the com-

of the American Jewish Com- mitment of acts of violence.

mittee, recognizing the grow- The implications of such practices + / 4p
ing problem of maintaining law would intimidate law

and order in Miami urges intensified abiding citizens, both black Your Home
efforts to protect all and white, to the point where / to

our citizens by the use of traditional the desired support for la wand
methods which guar- order would be severely

antee the rights of all Indivi threatened.We BY MAIL
duals.In call, therefore, upon law
enforcement officials in Mi-
a statement issued by Alfred ami for the exercise of their j $9aEVERY
Boas, President of the duties to protect the lives and j FRIDAY
Miami Chapter, he stated that rights of all Individuals, both
"It was unfortunate that the black and white, In traditional : %
recent statements made by MORNING
fashion, with strict adherenceto iii k\
Chief Headley give the im- constitutional principles.We i r
I
pression that crime exists simultaneously, call
only In the area in which manyof
upon the citizens of this com- .
our Negro citizens reside.As munity for the support of law US.
in other communities, mostof police
and order and for the
its area residents are also ,1lL
officials so charged.We I
concerned about the problemand Less than 10
urge that In those areasof
the need for adequate police Miami, which have not In the per copy
protection, since the vic- past had the benefit of adequate

tims well of as crime the perpetrators In Miami, as of dents protection have, suffered and whose from resi-sucha J...................................... ..............,........................ .......

crime are both blackand lack, as evidenced by the re- .

white." cent statements of Chief Head- J Moil to 6530NW 15th Avenue, Miami, Flo 33147 ::

We find It incumbent upon ley, that full and proper protection I I n :
ourselves, as members of an be given. Fell NAME
organization dedicated to the We urge, also that concerted -
protection and preservation of and immediate efforts be and
the human rights of all individuals made toward a reappraisal of
to call upon Chief Head- the causes of crime In the ADDRESS
ley to clarify his recent state- streets of Miami and the con- Mail -
ments with reference to law duct of an all-out program to

enforcement in this commun- provide jobs, recreational facilities I TODAY!! STATE ZIP CODE _.
CITY
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ity, for we must deplore educational programsand
methods which call for the unrestrained adequate housing, for all Order ( ) for S..... ... 'II enelo.edI .
use of police dogs, the citizensof Miami, bothI J I ............Check.......(.)..Money...........................1...............................
shotguns, and the stopping and black and white, as a deterrent -

searching persons who are not of crime. ,'" . . . '.' .' -'. , ,' '.
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 19, 1968

DORSEY DIARY"On Neighborhood Educational

4f Phone: 633-3084 634.9349
or
A i my honor, I will try: To Th students of the second Cultural CenteretteThe
do my duty to God and my coun- period Teacher Corps class

WILLIAMS INC. try to help other people at all! formed their organization this
'd e staff and community council of the Neighborhood Edu-
;' times, to obey the Girl Scout month. The officers are: Edna cational cultural Centerette is very interested in developinga
,. laws" is a promise Cadette Rolle, president; Kenneth
that will encourage the participation of
JAMES C. WILLIAMS community program
Girl Scots at Dorsey Jr. High Davis i vice-president Bar- interested citizens and children in
teenagers parents, young
,
Land Clearing, Landscaping and BulldozingTrees have taken. bara Days, secretary; Mattie for "Fun and Learning."
Cut and Trimmed Active members of Dorsey's Murray, treasurer;. Deborah a program
249 Charlene Jones, assistant treasurer -
Jo ,SoiJ and Fill Bradley Troop Dorothy are:Williams ; Thomas Maddox, business We are interested in providing classes for:(1)) Persons who
., ,
-0. wish to learn about people. (2)) Classes for others who
Light Pdvfng; and WreckingSUPER AnitaEphram manager ; Rudolph Nabbie, young
.. ,,,.-- --.- -- Tyra Edna Rolle Wynn,Marion Bradley, parliamentarian, and reporters want to develop hobbies. ((3)) Give information to those who desire -
,
knowledge about our city, county, and state operations.
Rudall Chandler, Octavia Ed- Marie Carr, Sandra Cox,
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sYqA. .' 4' )23" t3' oj
and Charles Pino. .
wards Michelle poole and
If are interested in any of the following activities and
Sheryl Johnson. These girls Some of their projecs are: you
are under the leadership of To improve the image of Dor classes listed below, please l check in order of preference.
: There Is also'space available for :you to add! others, if what
Mrs. V. Walker, and Mrs. WM sey Jr., High in our community "
.
.... Adderly. ; to continue our project you desire'is not listed. _.. ',,v* ',- .

.. Scouting is a world of fun, from last year -- pursue the '
/ .
I and is a way of learning about acquisition of sidewalks on 18 A. I am. interested in learning: ''f';' .*.
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and others. Join the and 19th avenues. '
yourself
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SOUL( TOP 40 Girl Scouts by following the They hope to find ways in TYPING . . . ... . ( ) . ,. . SEWING ... . ( )

piper into a new world of adventure which they can Involve parentsand COOKING . . . . . C ) . . COSMETOLOGY.B. .-. ( )

JANUARY 6, All girls interestedin other people in the com-

1. Back up train 1968Al Green scouting should contact any munity in school activities.The . I would like classes in:

' Girl Scout or meet with themon basketball season began
2. Born free The Hesitations Friday evenings at 3:15: in the third of January with great CHILD CARE . . . ( ) . PSYCHOLOGY . . ( )
3. Mr. Soul Satisfaction Timmy Willes room 6 at Dorsey. success, Dorsey defeating Miami MODERN MATHEMATICS . ( ) . NUTRITION . . ( )

4. O How it' hurts Barbara Mason The Girl Scout cookie sale Springs, Jr., High Team READING . . . . . . ( )
5.. Lost. Jerry Butler C. I would like information about: .
will start February 1 through 27-24; the Dorsey B Team
6. Explosion in soul The Soul Survivors ,
your February 12. overwhelmed Miami Springs INCOME TAXES.( ) NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT( :)
} 7.1 count the days Inez & Charlie Fox Congratulations are in Team 505. GOVERNMENT . ( ) . CITIZENSHIP: PAPERS . ( )
8. Looking for a fox Clarance Carter .
9. Still burning in my heart Drifters order for the following students On Jan. 4, Dorsey B Team
who made defeated D I am interested in:
10. Chain of fools Aretha Franklin the Prin- Charles Drew, 34.14;
cipal's Honor Roll for the Sec- Dorsey's A Team lost, 3220.
ond six weeks by havinga On Monday, Jan. 8, Dorsey ARTS/CRAFTS. . ( ) . . COMMUNITY PAPER ( )
11. Second the emotion and Miricles
Smokey straight AlA average in all played Robert E. Lee Jr., High MUSIC . ( ) . GIRL SCOUT ADULT TRAINING ( )
12. Strictly reserved for Robert Ward
13. you classes I : Minerva Blandord and took two more victories, COMMUNITY SING . ( ) . WRITING POETRY .0. ( )
Stop
Howard Tate
8-13; Sheryl Johnson, 8-13, 'A' team winning 31 to 20 andB' TALENT SHOWS . ( ) . LITTLE LEAGUE BALL ( )
14. Give love
my a try Linda Jones Esther Prince 8-13; Vanessa team swamping Robert E. SLIMNASTICS . . ( ) . INSTRUMENTS (Specify) . ( )
15. Build world around Marvin and Tamie
16. Two little my kids you Peaches and Herb Anderson, 9-1; Barbara Days Lee 54 to 20. DRAMA . . ... . ( ) II CHESS . . . . . ( )

17. I got a thing for you baby Mr. Perculator 7-1; Mattie Murray, 7-1; Willa The undefeated Dorsey 'B' BODY BUILDING . .( ) . COMMUNITY DANCES. . ( )
Mae Anderson, 76. team went on to clobber Alla-
18. Heard thru the
grapevine
Gladys Knight & Pips
19. Without love Oscar One student at Dorsey deserves pattah Junior High 44-15 on The following places of business have graciously consentedto

20. I do Ben and Toney Spence Jr. special recognition for Thursday, Jan. 11, while the have boxes available for you to return this questionnaire.The .

his academic work the secondsix Dorsey'A' team lost by a nar-

21. A Man needs a woman James Carr weeks. George Johnson of row margin, 2523. Miami Times, 6530 NW 15th Ave; Varsity Barber Shop,
22. Do unto me James & Bobby Purify lection.5, who made tremendous Coaches of I the team are: 6540 NW 15th Ave; Lincoln National Bank of Miami, 6015 NW

23. I need a woman of my own Tommy Hunt improvement. The first G. Kemp, E.Clapp, and F. Pitt- 7th Ave; Dave's Barbershop, 1060NW 62ndSt.; EOPICenter,

24. I don't want to leave you darling jeb Stuart six weeks, George had three man. 1900. NW 75th St; Shell's City, 5941 NW 7th Ave; or mail to,
25. I wish it would rain D's and 2 C's. The second six Hlghpoint men so far this
The Temptations Neighborhood Ed. Centerette, 1175 NW 67th St.(Holmes Elem.)
26. You weeks George made the Honor season are Ronald Wiley 48 .
Marvin Gaye Miami, 33150. .
27. Be ever wonderful Joe Hinton Roll. This is a good exampleof points, and Carleton Sawyer -

28. Dance to the music Sly & Family Stone the spirit of DorseyJ) Con- 18 points. YOUR NAME

29. When Johnny comes home Richard Barbary gratulatios, George! Attention all Dorsey1teslThe (please print)
The s e con edition of the Student Council is
30. Why does a man have to lie Margie Joseph pre-
Golden Eagle ,, the school senting its first talent show.
YOUR ADDRESS ,
EXTRAS paper, sponsored. M. All students who are Interested :,

Ben e by, will be published In participating mould sign TELEPHONE NO. ZIP CODE: -
31. Go go Annie Little John Bowie sometime next week. The up in room 58. The show will
Journalism class writes the be after school
32. Do right man Little Beaver Wednesday,
33. My baby must be a magician MarvellettsMiriam paper, but accepts articles Jan. 24. Mr. H. Bethel, spon- .
34. Malayisa Makeba from other students in the sor Invites students from
school. other schools to
35. Love me The Chi-lites participate.

36. A Million to one The Five Stairsteps

37. Funky way Calvin Arnold Call
38. The dock of the bay Otis Redding

39. Wild and sweet The Shirelles t

40. Don't have to say you love me The Four Sonics f" .t CHARLESROGERS


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.1 : THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 19, 1968 25
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BOXING CLASS AT 1
i 11"1' MM -
Bob Gibson

Spearing with......el YMCA I Looking the t

Refuses Rev. Savoy of Grace United
\ Presbyterian Church, and Mr.
fJ4 New ContractBob Thornton of the Carver YMCA SPORTSWORLD
t 5770 NW 15 Ave., are direct-
ing a l boxing class which will
Gibson, who posted his ,start on January 15, Mondays7:00pmWednesday
third World Series victory last 6:00

BY HARRY PEAR October to give the St. Louis v.m, Fridays 7:00 p.m.,under Over
Cardinals the baseball world supervision of Sammy BY LEO ARMBRISTERRECREATION
championship, has .refused Walker, who is a well known
to sign his 1968 contract. boxer of the 50's.In ..
editor -
I Sports Harry; Spear is ill at horn. His Ulumn'will
l be resumed when he returns to work Said the fireball 'artist, "I 1956 he held the middle- PROVES BEST THERAPY FOR
lave received a contract and weight title in Boston Massachti.sett -
.. . .
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--- - 1 have returned it unsigned; and the' new England JUVENILE YOUTHS
'':," because it was not even close[ States Begin in action with
a i :t? 1 to what I had in mind" well known boxers as; Floyd Even the Super Bowl with Hot its prestigious build-up, 'was
i ,, Patterson, Charlie Cotton, not able to generate to its patrons"the interest and charge the
J" \ Added G Ihson,"U,ulcr ordinary Vlrgle 1 Atkins, Holly Mims, kids from the Dade County Youth Hall got from the finals of ,
,v," circumstances it would Joey Giambia, Milo Savage, their outdoor activities after which the beautiful "Chuck Hall'
.a xr r \ have been plenty, but these George Johnson, Bobby Trophy" was presented to tie winning faction ..
\1 1i a/en't "ordinary, circumstances Bolton, Moses Wardand Emnrmuel Hutchinson, one of the directors of physical education
: others. was thrilled with the results these activities have pros
Anyone interested in learn duced; and is quite certain that theraphy received in such activities -
Probably Gibson expectedwhat ing this sport, please contactthe is high on the list of remedies used in giving these
three other pitchers will Carver YMCA, 696-0231, kids a start in the right direction to the society that needs and
receive in 1968!) -- $100,000. 5770 NW 15th Avenue. wants them

LEE ELDER HAS TRUE TASTE OF BIG TIME
YVMA+IM+
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Y circuit showed his ability to compete with the best of them in
-. -.J.JO. I I .... the years first tournament at Pebble Beach last week.:
The lean, lanky Elder, who has thrilled so many in numer
I J. SIMPSONLEROY
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SMITH ous North-South tournaments, faltered a bit in the third round
1I but closed strong to garner a $960.00 check.

PAR & BIRDIE SPONSORS YOUNG

ASPIRANT IN GOLFThe
Par and Birdie Club living upto its purpose is taking on
the sponsorship of Gregg Rolle, who has shown the club his
1 wF interest in golf is keen enough to warrant the aid I of experienced -
golfers.
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Rolle was noticed on the local golf course with antiquated
equipment and expressed his desire to play was so great that
r j no conditions were too poor for him to try and learn.
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YOUTH HALL OFFICERS WIN TROPHY. -Shown here are
members of the Youth Hall Officers touch football team They
won te championship game played last week against the of- TV SundayThe
ficers of the probation section i of the Juvenile C o u r t for the -
.. ...._ "Chuck Hall Trophy," which was won by the Youth Hall Of- internationally famous Dr. William p, Foster,direc-
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ficers 6-0. Kneeling, left ro right, D. Nowell, D Choice, and Florida i A & M University tor of bands and head of the
I EDDIE ROBINSON A. L. THOMPSONLed Mannie Hutcheson, coach. Standing, left to right, R.Thonris, Marching "100" band will Department of Music at
J. Nowell, Jr., J, King, W. Bryant E. Edwards, L. Williams. make: its fourth appearance on FA MtJ.
by youthful John W. Me- led The W. A. Scott, II, Mem- Not shown are: H. Williams: ,Strachan, L, Hanes, M. Miller, national television, Sunday, The ban d' s other appear-
com, Jr., president of the New orial Trophy as a symbol of J. Morrison, W.-Shapiro, and Rev Washington; Jan. 21, when it performs dur- ances were on the CBS net
Orleans, La., Saints, the recognition to the national Ne- ing the halftime of the American work in 1963 and 1964 in the
NFL's 16th and newest mem- I gro intercollegiate football Football League All-Star National Football League Pro
ber-club, stars and starmaker cham'>ions The "Tigers" of football game here. Playoff Bowl from the Orang
will literally fall on Atlanta, Grambling College, La., have MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE The game will be carried Bowl Stadium in Miami, and
Ga., for the 33rd Annual All- been named recipients of this MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY live on the NBC network, during the NFL Championshipgame
Sports Jamboree of The 100% award for 1967. Grambling's starting at 1:30: p.m. Est. The in Cleveland's Municipal
Wrong Club, set for the Re- head 1 football coach Eddie APPRECIATE DOINGBUSINESS WITH YOU band is under the direction of Stadium.Carver's .

gency Hyatt House, Saturday Robinson, is the Club'sna- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
evening, January 27. tional coach of.the-year. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!

YMCA I

Mr. Mecom, will receive the Head football coach, LeRoy Adults
ProgramThe
Club's "Pioneer Award Smith, Tuskegee Institute,
which was created in 1956 to Ala., is named coach of the
will begin
Carver YMCA Saturday, bridge, 8:00 p.m.
HENDERSON TRAVEL AND NORTH'S TRAVELOF
be to Branch in year for the Southern Intercol-
given Rickey
OF MIAMI its adult activity program Monday, thru Fridays, pool
recognition of his having into- legiate Athletic Conference in ATLANTA Monday, Jan. 22,the adult program 7:30 9:30.
duced Negroes into organized conjunction with All-SIAC tPersonagscorttJ will consist of; Arts and Mondays thru Fridays'',
baseball. The pioneer's companion Football Team of the Atlanta crafts, photography, bridge, table tennis, 7:30.930.
"Two-Friends A ward"is Daily World, whose sports department 11TH ANNUAL TEACHERS and slimnastic (men and women If you are a member or a
designated for University of coordinates the ), pool and table tennis. non-member, and interestedin
Southern California football Wrong Club. Phil Woosnam, participating in our adult
stars Pat Casham and O.J. coach of the Atlanta Chiefs EUROPEAN STUDY TOURin Schedule of activity: Mon- classes ,please call; 696-0231
Simpson.The soccer team and Coach LeslieC. day and Wednesday,Ceramics between the hours of 10:00:
Baker of Atlanta's BookerT. cooperation with and photography, 7:30: 9:30: a.m. and 8:00: p.m. Mondaythru
Washington High School are ALL STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Tuesday and Thursday, Friday. Saturday 9:00
friends citationalso slated forspecial citations slimnastic 7:30 930.: a.m. to 1:00: p.m.
initiated in 1956, went first to England Holland Belgium 'Luxembourg Germany
Jackie Robinson and "Pee Switzerland Liechtenstein Austria Italy
Wee'1 of Dr. A, L. Thompson,Atlanta Monaco France
Reese, members Mr. Pilot School ; in
Rickey's i Brooklyn Dodgers Regional Office, U. S. Depart- Booming
team. The award is intendedas ment of Housing and Ik-ban Development Leave New York July 8 . Return July 29, 1968 I

a symbol of interracial is president of The AF Schools ,;
friendship on the field of play. 100% Wrong Club, whose cosponsors THREE WEEKS 11 COUNTRIES

In 1956, Reese was nominatedby are The Coca-Cola ONLY $799.00REGISTER About a fourth of all gradu- Pilot training Is conductedin
Robinson as his "friend," Company, Atlanta Life Insur- NOWI ates from the Air Force's Officer a three phase 53-week pro-
while this year USC'sSimpson ance Company, the Southeast Training School go on to gram that takes a man from"scratch"
selected cashman,a defensive em Division of the Gulf Oil PROFESSIONAL ADVANTAGE OF TOUR earn the silver wings ofa pilotor to jet proficiency.New .
back, as his companion.In Corporation and Delta Air Certificate Renewal Salary Increment navigator i .Sergeant Bill classes start every siX
1954, the 100ers instal- Lines, Inc. Inspired Classroom instruction Randall, local Air Force recruiter weeks. This training costs the
Academic Credit Available In Some States Air Force $84,880 man.
pointed out this week. per
Enriched Historical and Cultural Background
-- Increased International Understanding This, he said, should be ample Pilot training is open to col-
t proof that the college graduatewho lege graduates only, although
RESERVATIONS ARE VERY LIMITED wants to fly will find no seniors in their last quarter

' : Phones NA 1-7203 Notary' Public MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW AND better opportunity anywhere may apply."U you are between
AVOID DISAPPOINTMENTLATE "Flying is the keytotheAirForce 20 1/2 and 26 1/2 and can
mission and flight qualify physically and mentally -
SWEETING '
I. STANLEY RESERVATIONS CANNOT BE GUARANTEED training is the key to Air Force flight training available
ASSOCIATES flying," explained Ser- to you," added Sergeant Ran-

Services $100.00 Deposit will hold your reservation, geant Randall "During fiscal dall.College
Diversified Public Second payment of $200.00 due April 1, 1968 year 1967 our flight schools men interested in ...-
turned out 6,500 flyers includ- getting their careers off the
Relations C ntultant CALL OR WRITE
Public
ing 3,000 pilots and 1,700 navigators ground can obtain more infor-
Theatrical Editor Th. Miami Tlm.f mation from Randallat
North's Travel Bureau The remaining flight Sergeant
graduates were helicopter the 109 NE' 5th St., Miami
14351 NW 18th Plot (Ban specialized tr.a o in g,asrlo-. He can aL.o be reached at tele-. : ..
L'
structor pilot courses.1 phone DUiDb 373-1702..





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I: "Tree" Gets 50 Years Buy A House

,,. FOR SALE Today
tifty-- year prison sentence and ws convicted of robbery Frailer was living at the Sir
was given 1 Mettle Lee in the holdup at Foy's. John Hotel, 275 NW Sixth St. $300 Down-No Qualifying ((1)) 3274 NW 68th St., $100 down. $20 wlc.
"Tree Top" Frazier on Tues No closing costs, vacant.
Assistant State Attorney He was one of three persons
t day for two liquor store rob- Move in. Nice 3 bedroom
Mike Hacker asked Criminal charged with the Merlin Pack-
beries last CBS. ((2)) 255 NW 53rd St. Ounlex. $250' down.
year. Court Judge Carling Stedman Store
age robbery. * *
free 1 side.
Frazier used a gun to stickup for "the maximum sentencesat Last week, Ernest Byrd Jr., $500 Down Live rent on'
Foys Liquors, 208 NW 2nd hard labor" In both cases. 25, of 276 NW Sixth St., was No Qualifying or ((3)) 5537 NW 4th Ave. $200 down, $24 wk.
Ave., on Aug. 18, and a saw- Frazier, 26, was sentencedEby convicted by Judge Stedman of Closing Costs !

ed-off Merlin shotgun Package In Store holding, 742 up NW thi Judge Stedman to 30 yearson robbery and another and sen- Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, ((4)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedroom, 2 bath !
robbery conviction and 20 tenced to 50 years in prison.
large
porch
vacant. home. Real house.
large $800-down.
5th
Ave., Sept. 22. years for assault with intentto The third of the trio, Robert * * E r
He pleaded guilty to assault rob--the terms to be serv- Lee Kelly, 26, of 137 NW 12th $450 Down FHA
with the intent of committing ed consecutively.At St., pleaded guilty to the rob- No Closing-Costs ((5)) 14265 NW 22 PI., Opa-locka $200 down f.
a robbery on the second case the time of his arrest, bery and will be sentenced lat 535 NW 58th Street 2 bedroom CBS, $46 month. i
er. He testified against Byrd, Lovely 3 bedroom CBS,

I his brother-in-law. air condition* *,* big* Fla rm. ((6)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. 2 bedroom, 2 bath I

CARLTON REALTY $300 down, $73 month. '
$7500 Total
I
(Broker) MIAMI TEESADS house.Lovely Large bedroom screened furnished ((7)) 3420 NW 10th Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

porch, carport, good loco'- CBS home. /
693-4772!war 635-3777 .J+. : HI tion. Near 17th Avenue. FOR RENT !

SEE THESE HOMES BEFORE YOU BUY BRINGRESULTS ALLAPATTAHREALTY 559'/2 Nrf 58th St. 1 bed. house. $20 wk. I

2 BDRM I Realtors 3274 NW 68th St. 1 bed. house. $20 wk. I
Fla
BATH, Ige. rm, vynl firs, CBS/
FHA, $12,000, $400 down, $74.41 mo. 633.0426 14460 NW 22nd Ave. 1 bed. opts. $16 wk. !
f
2 BDRM, 2 BATH, Fla rm, gar, tile rfhdwd firs, OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY i
FHA, CBS, $18,000, $1200 down $110.33 mo. \

FORD REALTYINC. Broker [

+ 3 BDRM, I BATH, Fla rm, cpt, CBS, 2 car gar.
FHA, $11,500, $650 down, $71.52 mo. , IEALTYI 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595
t i
3 BDRM, 2 BATH, CBS beauty, tile rf, screened
porch. FHA. $13,400, $800 down, $80.82 mo. C,

3 BDRM, 2 BATH, beautiful ranch style. Ige. cor. FHA CBS SPECIAL t
picture, Fla rmterr firs, cpt, separate ut rm, CBS, LOW DOWN PAYMENT
FHA. $15,600, $600 down, $96.21 mo. 2161 NW 100 STREET
,
NO QUALIFYING $250 DOWN $12 PAYS ALL $9,600 FHA 2 bedroom, 1 bath custom built home. Double j

2 BDRM, I BATH, cpt, CBS, tile rf f, vynl firs. Seller pays closing costs on this CBS bargain. carporte. Only 2 years new. Extra large lot. d
$10,000, $900 down, $75 mo. Large Fla room, tile roof, city water and well for

3 BDRM, I BATH, gar, tile rf, CBS. Must see. lawn, appliances, air conditioner. Greenwood Realty, Realtor

$12,000, $1200 down, $110 mo. all. $*)'ttW 1i ;iYr tL r$r"i..rfHAjr' I

3 BDRM, 2 BATH, tile rf, terr firs, rare beauty. \,"'i"lf.'* W1''w. ': .-:'\: nt ", ", ,'' 1'!:; ",...f .; 759-5786 8000 BISCAYNE BLVD. i
CBS Seller pays: closingc.st' : on, t1ds"modern4, I ;3''b..4f' :
$18,500, $3000 down, $135 mo. all. room?CBS;in new,area ,in,?Opa-lockaN ar, school, iI
VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN .shopping,'." Biases:,' Jalousie) windows/ large lot, R
A attractiveshome fit lessthan.rent ..
3074 NW 79 ST. west 2 :'Sears ::" (Our':,,Opa-Jocka',phone number.624-3666)),.,.:.\ ARTHUR
i
693-4772 K., CALL 635 -3177 $300 DOWN $81.46 MONTH $13,000 FHA TURIN q
This spotlesshome has a large built-in kitchen, e.REALTOR i
wall to wall carpeting, 2 air conditioners, like-
new appliances, drapes, fenced yard, sprinkler 1906 NW 7th AVE.

system. Nice street on 86th, St., near 27th Ave
9120 LITTLE RIVER BLVD. Large 2 br. CBS with ti

King Really, Inc. of Miami "BEAUTIFUL, NEW'AREA'IN: : OPtfLOCKA, ,\ Fla rm, full dining rm, utility rm, enclosed front porch,
tile roof, hardwood floors & wall to wall carpet. FHA
"King Size Buys"R TORS 8000 NW 7th Modern 4 bedroom, 2 both.C BS, front porch, carport $450 dn & $86.91 mo. Seller pays all closing costs.
I DADE COUNTY Ave, jalousie windowsrwoll: to wall 'tarpeting, fenced yarJNear t

KINGDOM ISOUR 'schools/-shopping, ,buses, $300 down,'$81.46mo. 50th ST. & 18th AVE. 3 br., 2 bath CBS with Flarm
Miami, FI a. $13,000 FHA ,and: seller ,,pays your, ,closing costs. Call
tile roof hardwood floors & FHA
stove refrig.
our Opa-locko office. 624-3666 for this bargain.
,
33150 . $400 dn & 82.74 mo. Seller pays all closing costs.
.
Call: j,..

ti 693.2881 $600 DOWN NO QUALIFYINGCBS CAROL CITY 3 br., 2 bath CBS with Fla rm. All
I large rooms & modern built-in kitchen, carport. $1000
3 bedrooms, large enclosed front porch, full din dn & $122 mo.
ing room, separate garage. Best location,near Shadow-
lawn Elementary School at 82 NW 47th Terr. $12,500 CAROL CITY NO QUALIFYING for this lovely 4

i br., 2 bath CBS. Right near elementary school. $2000
LAKEFRONT OUTSTANDING BEAUTY
dn & $82 mo. pays all. Seller pays all closing costs
I A 'superb 3 bedroom home for' the buyer who. is
DON'T BE LATE IN '68 looking for the but.Tile roof, jalousie windows, CAROL CITY 3 br. 1 & l'/2' baths CBS. All large
BUY NOW awnings, :air conditioned, beautifully landscaped
rooms, carport. FHA price $12,500 with $400 dn &
grounds, rear, patio.with.bar-b-que, ; sprinkler S.- $77.61 mo. Seller all closing costs.
LITTLE RIVER DRIVE tem. $3,000 down and take overexlstlng ,FHA', pays
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla mortgage,of. $13f880,.. $120 J month! pays 'everything.!
; VETERANS & URBAN RENEWAL $100 DOWN
room, screened patio, carpeting, FHA terms.
FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTIESWe PHONE: 691-4785 1906 NWlth AVE.
SWIMMING POOL DELIGHT OPEN 7 DAYS .
1151 NW 90 STREET have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment
buildings that you can buy with as little as $1,500
Gorgeous 2 bedroom, Fla room, rugging, appliances down. Live free in one apartment and collect income "
ana Vets $100 down. from the others.No red tape. Move right In. lest Ivys IN. /. iWl 1> ;
These are perfect for retired couples. Come seel ,.." ,' ,: ' "".,\ ",.t.,... ,..,. ,.t.4
1789 NW 93rd TERR
CBS BEAUTY. 2 BEDROOM. Large eat in kit-
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2 bedroom doll house. Built-in stove and oven. .' WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES chen, front and rear porch. Carport. $250 down.
.. 7 years new. Vets $100 down. YOU CAN BUY ANY .OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR $11,500 FHA. No closing costs.
935 NW 83 STREET ,$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR' BEING
(. .,,.. 8 YR. NEW CBS, 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. No
Can you believe this? 2 bedroom, carport, stove ; DISPLACED AND IF.YOU CAN QUALIFY qualifying. $1,500 down. $11,500 total.
refrigerator, painting inside and out; only $11,500vets SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!!

$100 down. TO BETTER'SERVE YOU CBS, 3 BEDROOM, dining room, utility room, i
BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT garage, fenced. $1,500 down, $10,500 total. Bonk
1351 NW 51 !
TERRACE
16000 NW 27th AVENUEIn financing.
2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA, $100 downto ( 27th Ave. Shopping Center)
vets. 624.3666 Open 7 Doysl I BEAUTIFUL CBS DUPLEX. Completely (furn.
8930 NW 9 COURT 1 bedroom apt each side. Flo rooms, awning
Gorgeous 2 bedroom stove, refrig, carpeting, windows, utility rooms, $2,000 down, $12,500 1
FHA terms. Vets slob down. total. No qualifying. 1

BEAUTIFUL CORNER INCOME PROPERTY REALTYBROKER $90 MO. CBS DUPLEX. 3 bedroom apt. and 1
bedroom apt. Can be used 4
as bedroom, 2 bath
1391 NW 45 STREET for large family. $1,000 down, $8,000 total. No
3 bedroom, well, pump and sprinkler, awnings.Has qualifying
one bedroom apt. for income. Also garage. 4932 NW 7th Ave.. t
Priced right. WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS '

"' OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE PL 9.4371 $100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS I

HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
specialize in homes for persons being displaced 16000 NW 27 Ave SHELL
in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing REAL TV BROKER
Projects, Veterans. Call to see if you qualify. 624-3666

You're only a phone call away. Open Evenings Sundays 4260 ,NW 7th Ave. 7585551H

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THE MIAMI' TIMES Friday, January 19, 1968 27

!I 3'FOR SALE FOR RENT COCONUT GROVE

CLASSIFIED ADS BEDROOM Furnished room Private bath, '"'
i Little River Dr. area, 3 bed private entrance kitchen SENIOR CITIZENS

: room CBS very nice $16,000 privilege for single businessman
15 WORDS Op.tE53 $1 50. 5C FOR FHA terms down
ADDITIONAL WORD. $600 you or professional woman There are always people behind -
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON I should see this, wall to wall $25 week. 635-7767. the scene who put wheels

carpet, hardwood floors, tile into motion or either help to

FOR SALENo FOR SALE FOR SALE roof, garage. A, Ben-Kori, bedroom turn apt. air-con keep the wheels turning.

qualifying cheaper that I Realtor 612 NW 60th St. Call dition, all electric kitchen, no The members of the Senior
rent! Only $70 month Lovely r ONLY $450 DOWN Brand new fine quality,3 bed anytime 751-2243.
children or pets. This is a nice Citizens of Coconut Grove are
2 bedroom 1 bath, Fla. room', First time offered! Seller pays room, 2 bath home. North of delux apt. for nice middle aged referring to the untiring assistance -

CBS total price $8500. Closeto closing! Large 2 bedroom, oak expressway on open lot, at LOTS $25 DOWN, $25 MONTH working couple. $95 per that has been given to
floors, 2 Fla rooms one could 4015 NW 24th Avenue Phone
bus and shopping. Atlanticand with terms like this can
be you month, yearly, security required us by Commissioner Athalie
Pafiflc Realtors, 666- chen huge nice bedroom, eat-in kit builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. own your future home site and Available. See man- Range, in establishing our
lot
0411 monthly, total, under $100. build while you buy 75 x 105 ager in Apt 2 Immediately present building at 3501

9965 $13,600,759. Pretty. 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, feet Lot as low as $14,500 in 175 NW 38th Street Percival Avenue For more

8720 NW 14th Ave,CBS, 2 bedroom Thelma tile roof, hardwood floor. Lincoln City, vicinity, SW 213 r than 18 months we held meet-

1 bath, oak floors, tile,, F. Van Steenberg, fenced corner lot FHA. Street to 220 St., Cutler Rd ings in the Grand Avenue

roof, stove and refrigerator, Realtor $13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. and Allapattah Drive High WANT TO RENT Building at 236 Grand; Ave

FHA $13,000.00downpaymen t RECORD SHOP veterans or displaced persons Pineland., Don't pass up these Two girls attending Miami- Mr., F. B. Neasman, Sr., t_
$400.00 (Vets $100)), $80.82 4761 1/2 BUSINESS $100 down AtlanticandPa- terms Jack Richardson, Dade Junior College wants former Director of Coconut
MW 22nd
monthly No closing costs, a school. Call 633.2400 Ave Near cific Realtors 666-0411. Realty, Inc, 14537 NW 7th furnished room in home in Grove Project and Mr Leo

real dream I Aetna Realty and 4:00 Sunday Ave 688-6638. Liberty City or Opa-locka. Russell one of the supervisors
: p.m. until or 759-
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street 9563 4:00 $300 DOWN$71 MONTHNo Call 693-4273after6p.m. of Virrick Park contacted

Phone 757-5724. p.m. closing cost 3 bedroomsCBS HOME AND INCOME Friday thru Sunday Mrs. Range and told her tithe

tile bath, like new homes, 2 CBS houses on 1 lot. Front existing conditions of the
Complete food
8901 NW 10th Ave Huge 2 bed market in heavy also some 2, 3, and 4 bedroom I house has a beautiful 2 bed- building. After meeting withus
populated of FOR SALE OR
RENT
area
Coconut
room, tile roof, oak floors,attached Grove CBS homes. $3 to $500 down,: room, 2 bath 1 bedroom has several times she took our
Near
garage, like new condition Carver School easy terms. Call now separate entrance with shower complaints to the Board of
average week Large 2 bedroom turn or un-
$3500 Sell
reasonable
-
all electric kitchen, FHA TIP TOP REALTY -685-0021 and lavatory. Rear large Commissioners and in due
Good turn Call 691-7127.
terms 117
$15,500,00 Noclosingcosts, building has large one bed- time we have our present

Don't let this one get away! Grand Ave. HI 8-0380. $300 DOWN $71 MONTHNo room CBS,building Rented$80 r building. We would like to

Aetna Realty (Broker 811 NW (Feb 9)) closing-cost 3 bedrooms i: month FHA price for both HELP WANTED thank interested persons

54th St., Phone: 757-5724. CBS, tile bath, like new homE's i $17,000. Drive by 85 NW 51st and organizations who have

HOLLYWOOD AREA also some 2, 3, and 4 bedroom Street and call Mr. Gross, worked along with us, for their

1050 NW 90th st, Gorgeous 3 2 and 3 bedroom homes $10- CBS homes. $3 to $500, OWD, 444-6126. S, S, Gross, Realty $ 8 DAY maid PLUS$63 week TIPS plus time and assistance.

bedroom, garage, stove and 500 to $12,000 FHA and VA easy terms. Call now Evening

refrigerator, central heat, terms. $100 $250 down. Win TIP TOP REALTY6850021, South Miami. 2 bedroom, 1 tips Tahiti Motel, 16901 Col- Thanks to the merchants,

wall to wall carpet,total price Realty, Inc., 1127 NE 163rd bath, CBS, with carport, cy- lins Avenue.Reliable beauticians and barbers of the

$16,500,00 qualifying-let Street. Realtors, 949-4228. $300 DOWN $71 MONTHNo press 'ceiling, tile floors, refrigerator wanted. Must be community for the countless

us tailor terms to your poc- closing cost 3 bedrooms i: stove, large lo, help donations they have given us,
able to drive. Call 691-6772
ketbook Aetna Realty (Broker CBS, tile bath, like newhomEJs i: sprinklers, fruit trees, new
$100 DOWN FHA! or 691-5936. (Jan 26))
), 811 NW 54th St., Phone: also some 2, 3, and4bedroomCBS i paint outside, walk to schools, The Senior Citizens had a
757-5724, $350 for non-vets 2 bedroom homes $3 to $500 down i shopping, University of Miami wonderful Christmas party on

Fla. room spotless home Rugs, easy terms Call now $450 FHA 666-8227 for appt Help Wanted Beck's BarberShop Dec. 15, Mrs Deotha Holmesand
drapes, fenced yardDrive 6612 NW 18th Avenue
CBS, 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 baths, then call Al by TIP TOP REALTY -685-0021 ---- youth participants who
Siegel 3405 NW
fantastic location, seller says 737 NW 47th Terrace rendered the Christmas pro-

he will pay all closing costs, 176 .Terrace 661-1623., Hessea Real Estate 2485 NW 88th STREET CBS, 3 bed, porch,huge room, CHILD CARE gram. Gifts were exchanged by

you pay $13,000 FHA valua- Total price $14,000, FHA, garage Best location..- See call Child l day care in my home. all, refreshments were
tion, $400,00 down (Vets $100)) terms only $450 down and$107' owner 693-2631. served.
Move right inNo qualifying Your child will be given the
monthly $80.82, stove and month pays all. Beautiful
4222 NW 11th PLACE best of care. 759-8335.Indef.
You are invited to come out
refrigerator, carpeting, a real double corner lot, very large
2367 NW 93rd STREET FOR RENT to our Senior Citizens Home
winner-- see call Aetna 2 bedroom CBS tile roof with
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Beautiful 2 and 3 bedroom. See extra work shop in the garage panel makers and packers. I keep children in my home. from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

St, Phone: 757-5724. call owner, 693-2631. large eatin kitchen. This is our Keller Industries 1800 state 2164 NW 48th Street. daily. If you are interested in

best buy Drive then call, becoming a member come out
by Rd 9, Miami. (Jan 19))
1231 NW 35th St. 3 bedroom, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY me A, Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 MISC. any first and third Friday
Profitable beer and wine bar
3 baths or 2 bedroom, 2 bath business. Excellent opportunity . NW 60th* .St, Call anytime 751- Store at 276'ZNW67thStZon- REMODELINGRoom night

with income CBS, No closing for ambitious 2243 ed B3. $75:Call at 264-8839" additions
party.$1,500 remodeling
costs, FHA $13,000.00, $400 cash Phone 538- or 6241209. First and last alterations commercial Mr Sylvester Smith,president
required. NO -
down, 20 year mortgagedon't QUALIFYING month's rent, Mrs Esther M Arm-
miss this bargainAetna 5192 after 8:30 p.m. $8,750,00 and only $750 down industrial residential. Free brister, secretary, and Mr.
estimates Allied Builders
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Modern duplex 2 bedroom 1 and $65 month pays all, for 2 window,Cage store excellent 446-3288. Leo Russell, supervisor

St. Phone 7575724. this large 2 bedroom CBS, location. Will rent very reasonable -
bath, carport, 1 bedroom 1 bath
s large livingroom, also kitchen Good for all businesses -
on corner lot. Tile roof FHA
9135 Little River Drive and dining room Very clean
Cus- 741 NW 62nd Street.
down $96 month Atlantic
tom 3 bedroom, 2 bath, tremendous $500 and neat with some furniture See store, then call 866-8757 HOME
and pacific Realtors 666-
-
Fla. room, built-in A, Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW (Feb 9))

kitchen, central heat, pricedlow 0411. 60 St. Call anytime 751-2243. BUY OF THE WEEK

20's, FHA or Conventional 5555 NW 7thAve. 25x40building -
Drive by, then call Aetna 98th STREET 23rd AVENUE DRIVE BY 1775 NW42ndSt. full bath and kitchen.Suit 2490 NW 68 STREET
3 bedroom 1 bath workshop on
Broker 811 54th No qualifying-total price $7- able for business and
Realty ( ), NW apartment -
St, Phone 757-5724. large lot. Low, low downpay- 800 with only $750 down and Call 751-2131 between Large new 3 bedroom, CBS home on big 60x1.42'r

s ment $70 month pays all Phil $81 month pays all. Large 2 11:00: a.m. and 3:00: pm part lot. Hardwood floors, Fla. room, enclosed

7935 NW 16th Ave bedroom, Perry, Realty, Realtors, 377- bedroom CBS, Fla room fenc- ly furnished garage, enclosed front porch, street lights,

1 1/2 bath, No qualifying- 0587. Feb, ed this is a good deal. Drive near bus and schools. Total price $17,500.

$12,500,00 total price, stove by then call A, Ben-Kori, Nice bedroom in a private

and refrigerator oak floors, Realtor, anytime 7512243. home. Hot and cold water. NE Call Owner
3 bedroom, CBS carport, tile
,
tile roof, can you afford $100 4-2264. 2491 NW 59 Street.
roof, near transportation and DROOM
per month to own this beauty? 2 BATH
schools FHA terms, only$300 OX 1-2815
Call Aetna Realty (Broker), FHA terms, total $16,500 with Lovely room in nice home and
down. $100 vets. No closing
811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- $600 down. This is a beaufiful neighborhood. For clean intel- OR
costs Drive by 3231 NW 171
5724 well kept home, it is spot- ligent working lady 7596026.
Street then call Fenster Real
less, huge screened in Fla. 634-6483

9800 ty, Broker, 759-8779. room, huge marble fireplace,
NW 19th Ave Tremendous One bedroom house. Adults

3 bedroom, 2 bath,double lot size 75 x 143 carpet, full only. NW 2nd Ave, at 59th St.
Open Sunday 3-6p.m,1220NW dining room large utility.
carport, oak floors gas heat, 691-4764.
88th st 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS
air-conditioned, wall to wall This is a must see and it won'tlast
FHA or conventional,carport, A, Ben-Kori Realtor 612
carpet, 100 x 150 corner lot, Room for a nice clean working
built-in range and over, carport NW 60th St. Call anytime 751- in home with References
$18,000,00, $1,000,00 down, lady same. -
In best area. Our sales- 2243 EDISON Specials o4Ii '
monthly payments tailored to Phone 6913201.
men will be on premises.
your needs, this house will go Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- 8930 NW 11th COURT

fast, don't miss it, Aetna 8779. Drive by $16,200 FHA Room to working man$13 week

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th terms with $800 down. This is inc luding room and board.
DRIVE BY OUR OFFICE TO SEE
Street Phone: 757.5724 We have several 2 and 3 bed a charming 3 bedroom 1 bath 3160 NW 67th st near shop-

room homes in good areas at home with garage, very clean ping center and-bo? stop, THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES
1135 NW 83rd st,2 bedroom, 1 low down payment to qualify and well kept large lot nice ((1)) 5 units (one is a 3 bedroom,2 bath homeplusextra )

bath, h u ge Fla, room, stove buyers a call to Fenster Real- kitchen and dining room,beau- Room for a nice single work lot to build on.Approximately 1 acre all

and refrigerator, air-condi- ty will get you located 759- tiful full tile bath a must see ing lady. Call from 9 a.m. to together. Near 12th and 34th St.
((2)) CBS home. clean Only I bedroom but
Very
tioned, on a lake, FHA $15- 8779. A, Ben-Kori, Realtor 612 NW 11 p.m. 757-4149 944 NW 49 ,
000.00, this home can be pur- 60th St. Call anytime 751-2243 Street has large Fla room and all rooms are extra
chased large. FHA terms.
FHA Conventional
or
bath CBS FHA
3 bedroom, ,
below FHA appraisal, see today terms Only $13,000. We have ((3)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath plus efficiency apt, $10,500

quick possession Aetna key. Drive by 15545 NW 27th Bill & Pete total. Take some cash.

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th Ave, then call Fenster Real Welcome You to ((4)) No qualifying. $1150 down. Nice CBS home,

St. Phone: 757-5724. ty, Broker, 759-8779. near 46th St. and 5th Ave. Only 1 mortgage.

KIKI'S BARIce $89 month pays everything.
1930 NW 93rd St, CBS 2 bed-
WE HAVE OTHER HOMES & DUPLEXES
room, Fla room, carport,oak 541 NW 44th STREET Cold Beer: Pabst, Blatz & Draft 41-

floors, tile roof, stove and refrigerator Greatest Bargin in town! Buy The Best Bowling in Town is Here OPEN ALL DAY EVERYDAY

FHA $13,750.00 direct from bank. No qualify ,
Seller pays all closing costs, ing No closing costs Only 1 OWNED & MANAGED BY: : Redltors

$83,71 monthly you cannot afford year old, on the most gorgeous BILL PARKS & JAMES GUNN5910NW7Ave. EDISON I .REALTY, '

tomiss this bar ga In. street. bedroom, 2 baths, '

Aetna Realty (Broker,811 NW fenced $99 per month. Call .::1l5\:\*Hm6lnd\ : I $rC5iy: ,,2 l4l /.

54th St. Phone: 757-5724. 235-2958 for appointment. . -- .




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