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The road ,to good jobs for Dade County's Negroes . ... .
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i"f .t:'::' long and treacherous one-but we have come far. Only years ago, '.J .:"..._.,

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As you will see in this special supplement, exemplified by the fine ....

young people pictured throughout, there are Negroes in all walks of

life and practically every spectrum of job that one could imagine.We .

must all be proud of the progress, we, as a community have madein

the I last decade. .
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his education. He now seeks permanent positions in every field of .'. .,:. : :. .
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This supplement presents a challenge to each of us, especially the : '. .! :,.

young people of Dade County. The equal opportunities must be met

with equal challenges by those deprived. But those in control of the

economic power in the county must also provide more opportunitiesfor

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Negroes and on massive scale. Only with business and edu- '

cated youth working together, can we continue to prosper and grow in

in Dade County.We .


as a community, have truly come a long way, but we have a long
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behalf ot our staff, we would like to thank those individuals and \.

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"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" ,
The NEGRO PRESS b.ll.v.i that America con beltcord.
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and legal Tearing man
right. Hating no man no on 1 mare '"
.trlv. to help every man in the firm belief that
hurt at long as anyone Is held back.



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For nearly 70 years, Burdine's has believed in caring. ..

We have cared for many things but, most importantly,

we have cared about our community and the individuals

living and visiting in our home town. As one of our

community's largest employers, we believe in practicing .
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for tomorrow's society has little room for {, :"' : ,
the unskilled or uneducated. We believe in fair and

just taxation to help provide the improved services

needed by our mushrooming population.


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We believe in building the security of the individual

and the community through helping the qualified to obtain

and retain gainful employment. We believe in fair

employment practices. However, we insist that our associatesbe

selected on the basis of skill, aptitude and initiative.We .

believe in the potential and vitality of youth... .

and in assisting them to grow within our organization
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is our constant responsibility and obligationto

help continue the growth and greatness of South Florida /

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who have contributed to making Burdine's .
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Smitherman Washingtonhas Joel Morgan Is the Night Building Super-
Mrs. Gwendolyn Harmon Scott is a Charles Jackson is employed in First Mrs. Eloise
visor for First Federal Downtown
Coral Building
Federal's
Teller in First -
Teller in First Federal's Flagler Street Federal's Office Service Department, been a
Office for the past three years. She He started as a porter, advanced to
Office. She Is a graduate of BookerT. where he receives, distributes,processes Way
duties and
Institute for two years maintenance a year ago was
attended
Tuskegee
mail and operates duplicating
School and
Washington High completed a outgoing
and had been sales clerk for three years promoted to his present position
typing course at the Lindsey Hopkins Vocational equipment.
School. prior to receiving. Teller Training First

Gwen was trained by First Federal to be Charles if a graduate of NorthwesternSr. Federal.

a Machine Operator In the Data Proces- High School and served for four yearsIn

sing Department, and after eight monthswas the U. S. Navy, last stationed in Viet
promoted to the position of Teller. Nam.





I; Job Opportunity fair at Jackson High May 77-78 ji



The Jo b Opportunity Fair and under-employed the op- (4) To learn the details of SPONSORS OF THE JOB OP-

will be held at Miami Jackson portunity: training available to pursue rIp d a i
High School on May 17th and ((1) To apply for employmentwith realistic goals.To PORTUNITY FAIR: s L

18th. The Fair will be open to several organizations- provide, through 100

the public on Friday, May 17 one place, at one time. contact points,for 150 partici- The Equal Employment Opportunity -
from 6:30 p.m. and on Satur- pating employers: Task Force Confer-
day, May 18th from 9:30 a.m. (2)) determine their (1)) Numerous applicants to ence Committee, the Florida
to 4:30: p.m. strengths and weaknesses in meet present and future staf- State Employment Service,the
The Job Opportunity Fair the area of job qualifications fing needs. Dade County Public Schools;
will be for adults who and recognize attainable Division of Vocational Tech-
are un- (2)) Have an opportunity to ,
to determine Mrs. Bettye Dean Gibson, now a skilled Key Punch Opera-
specific
goals; nical and Adult Educaton The
employed or underemployed their equal ,
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and for students in career requirements Urban League the National
High ment ,
opportunity policy.
Department since 1964.She was one of the pioneers in the conversion -
School, Vocational School,and (3)) To obtain counseling with (3)) Have the means to be Conference of Christians and of savings accounts to processing on the Computer
local colleges.The purpose of respect to improving employability helpful through assisting per- Jews, and the American Jew- System.
the Job Fair is to provide for ish Committee and other
and improving sons who are Interested in agencies -
promo-
Bettye is a graduate of Dorsey Sr.High School and attended
persons who are unemployed tional opportunities. self-development. Florida A & M University for a year and a half.








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WITH FLORIDA .






The past twelve years have been progressive ones for


Florida and J M I The warmth that welcomed us has helped us


grow from one Miami store to five throughout the state.


And our fame continues to grow as Florida's most distinctive ,


fashion store. We salute our great state and look forwardto


a future marked with continued progress.









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MIAMI 'DADELAND: FORT LAUDERDALE .
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Florida State Employment Service Does Bangup JobMost

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people when speakingof asks for, the Employment local Miami offices, there are There are FSES personnel who FSES goal. NE 1st Street serves clerical
the Florida State Employ- Service, through its' trained Employer Relations Representatives interview an applicant and develop Local businessmen are con sales, technical and profes-
ment ServiceFSESsay'Tm) personnel, will direct him to (ERRS) which a job for him.There are tinually calling in Job orders.In sional workers, the Hotel and
going down to the unemployment one of the many free training means, simply, that a man others who deal only with older one day there may be as Restaurant office at 46 SW 1st
office" programs in Dade County.Or, goes into Dade's business workers 500
handicapped or many as Job openings wait- St. serves hotel and restaurant -
Nothing could be further if it is determined that he community and finds out which others with special problems. ing to be filled by qualified workers, nurses aides,
from the truth. The Employ- needs more than Just training, employer needs people to work people. Each of the FSES offices orderlies, beauty shop Jobs,
ment Service does what the counselors will speak with him for him'and if he plans to increase Sometimes a special problemis handles different kinds of watchman, Janitorial workers.;
name says . finds employ- to find out the barriers holding his employment needs, simply one of age . .being Jobs. The Industrial office at
ment for someone who wants a him back from gainful em and what the employers'needs under 21 or over 45. 1350 NW 12th Ave.is for skill The Florida State Employ-
Job. ployment.Wbentheapplicantorjob. are in terms of educational or ed,'semi.skUled and unskilled ment Service is a free public
However, it doesn't end skill requirements.By No problem is too big for the industrial workers, laborers service agency. There are
there. If someone who wantsa seeker comes in for.a Job, doing this, he promotes FSES to try to handle.Gainful, and domestic workers. Jobs waiting to be filled. The
Job finds that he doesn't there have to be Jobs on hand good will on the part of the meaningful employment, for Employment service is readyto
qualify for the kind of work he to send him to.In each of three FSES with the employer 1 those who want it,is always the The Commercial office at 14 help you become employed.




Harry Tyson Runs Florida's Largest I


Employment OfficeAs


head of the largest major interest of both the employeeand
metropolitan area in the state the employer.He .
Harry L. Tyson is looked upto
with high regard and respectof is a member of the Welfare
.I Dade's employing commun Planning Council, Dade
ity. He started working with County Committee on Children
the Industrial Commission in and Youth of the Welfare Plan-
"Ii'illS 1937 as a clerk, and has, except ning Council General Advisory
I : for 44 months during Board for the Vocational -
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'T World War n, when he was in Technical andAdult
the service of the U. S, Naval Education Programs of Dade
Intelligence, been deeply involved I County Public Schools, Committee
with the employment on Total Employment,
The Jobmobile Brings picture of Dade County.He was President's Committee
I appointed Metropolitan Area Employment of the Handicapped
Manager in January, 1962,and I Governor's Committee on
Jobs On Wheels To YouThe Metropolitan Area Supervisorin Employment of the Handicapped
January,1968. Advisory Committee Mi-
The Miami office is the largest HARRY L-. TYSON \:ami Dade Junior College,
Florida State Employ- and get going for a Job. Over I Service a chance to talk in-
public Employment Officein cepts: to help Dade County attain I Skills BankAdvisoryCommittee -
ment Service (FSES) has one 350 people passed through the depth to some one who cannot
of the most unique employment Jobmobile the first three days ,find a Job, and tell them about the State of Florida. Dade the lowest unemployment ; Urban Leagueandthe
County became the 25th area of rate in the nation. One of the Technical Advisory Com-
offices in
the country.It's Jobson of operation, 161 filled out applications -
the tree and
many training 150 major labor areas in the most recent is the Jobmobile, mittee, EOPI, Inc.
wheels! The Jobmobile Bus and 99 were refer
services available
counseling United States to the elite mobile service
Join a employment
is an on-site employment of- red immediatelytoa Job! Many
here In Dade County. Gainful "400 Club which that the
means to public. A native Floridian
brought directly Harry
fice, moving from location to were sent tolocal FSES offices
employment is within everyone's alert to the attended school
over 400,000 nonagriculturalwage Always changing Tyson public
location each day, making it for further assistance in finding
for reach now. and salary workers are needs of Dade's business com- North Florida and law school
easy an unemployed per- work. Some of the people
to into the bus and geta employed in the County. munity, Harry Tyson and his at theUnlversity Miami
son step who went to one of the three The FSES is reaching outto
Always a man of initiative staff of trained personnel Married to Suzanne have
they
job. Harry L. Tyson, Miami FSES offices in Miami had help the people of Dade
Mr. Tyson has been the guid- stand ready to meet those three children, Linda, Terri
Metropolitan AreaSupervisorof never before been there to try County. Watch your neighborhood
ing hand behind new con- needs and in the best Ann and Richard.WASHINOTON .
many quickly
the FSES, originated the to find work, and this is one and the newspaper for the \
idea of a mobile employment of the most important things to date and place the Jobmobile .
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office and asked for assistance happen from the Jobmobile. Bus will be waiting for you.
from the Equal Employment This will give the Employment Jobs on wheels . for you.
Opportunity Task Force 1 11 I

(EEOTF) to make itanactual- Florida SlateEmployment
ity. The Community Relations
Board and the EEOTF made it
happen. Dade County bought an OfficesMiami FEDERAL
MTA bus, had it specially
painted had signs put on the
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Opportunity Center, 245 SE 1st St., 377.2411
bus announcing JOBS, and fin-
ally after several months of COMMUNICATION LINES OPEN
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Commercial Office, 14 NE 1st Avenue, 377.2411
planning, FSES, Dade Countyand Hotel & Restaurant Office, 46 SW 1st St., 377-2411

Safety Department personnel were of Public readyto CITIZENS
recruit for Jobs. Industrial Office, 1350 NW 12th Avenue, 377-2411 DADE COUNIY

The public response has North Miami Beach, 17011 NE 19th Ave., 947-7581
been enthusiastic,with lines of
people waiting to board the Job Perrlne, 17420 South Dixie Highway, 238.7861

Bus, to fill out an application We enjoy a wonderful relationship with

the people of Dade County. A large

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: : addition, there have always been job

" Can Be A Winner"The opportunities at Washington Federal.
Too Youth 'finds support in a vital area .
on-the-job training while still in school

Miami Times Supplement that you are reading today will . unlimited opportunities for advance-

be sentto Community Relations Boards throughout the United States ment while employed fulltime.Our .

.: and to all school vocational guidance counselors and social'agencies "y Negro tellers and insurance clerks

':}y.: |in Dade County, under a cover'entitled, "YOU, TOO CAN BE tell us they are interested in the field of
', finance and feel that .Washington
< A WINNER.
Federal offers them an interesting and
The EEO Task Force is sending this pictorial and factual profitable career. That's great. We feel

...:supplement, showing minority group personnel from all walks of life ;),; that way, top . and we hope many

:':,::,"': and educational, levels gainfully employed In a wide spectrum of .t,', more promising young men and women

';,/I::, occupations in Dade County* This will" communicate' with all concerned ',} join them.

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'L dramatically that job( opportunities exist in fact.
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':'2jT\ The Task Force wants to show PROGRESS GREATERf ((12.) WASHINGTON FEDERALSAVINGS

f + .. MIAMI 1968 is an on-going event! Hopefully, this will encourage,
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI BEACH
: ,all minority group,persons, anywhere, but, in particular, Dade Court- .. . JACK GORDON ARTHUR H. COURSHON
tians to finish their education to seek President Chairman of the Board
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Dade County's Equal Employment OpportunityTask



Force Gets The Job DoneThe

Provided a Speakers' Bureau or communication competence

Equal Employment Opportunity Task Force(EEOTF)of used by vocational advisors in our schools, Kiwanis, Rotary,
the Dade County Community Relations Board, formed May 1, churches, neighborhood citizens' groups, and other organizations
1967, was organized to work through existing community agencies interested in the Task Force- its objectives and its aci
and institutions catalytically by providing leadership tivities.
from the executive hierarchy of local business and industry.The .
Task Force Is-attempting in the long to itself
run, "put -
out of business"by sufficiently strengthening local efforts Many Activities and Programs

(and combinations thereof) that minority group members have + r
in fact both the opportunity and qualifications for competitive -
Planned For
Spring 1968
employment. There are seven basic committees: G
Executive; Research and Resources;Communications; Con f
ferences and Training; STEP(Summer Temporary Employ- Researching the existence and dimension of practical ob-
ment Program); Union Relationship and Apprenticeship; and stacles reported by the employing community which obstructor
Junior Leadership Development. Further, there are two important reduce the competitive employability of minority group
activities reporting to the Executive Committee: members. Thereafter, programming and coordinating area-
Vestibule Training Program (a pilot study)and the Financial wide resources to overcome or minimize such obstacles.

Advisor. To pursue its objectives effectively requires organizing Inaugurated JOB MOBILE staffed by FSES employees, with
the efforts of men and women of good will," competence, C. B. Potter Chairm'lnExecutive converted bus provided by Dade County, which takes existing
dedication, and determination. It also requires at least general Frank Cannon, Jr. job openings into "disadvantaged" communities in the area
belief in the following policy statements or guidelines: Director Vice Pres. Burdines
The Task Force abhors violence as a method of proposed I Conduct massive, all day JOB COUNSELING FAIR with In-
solution to civil rights problems. terviewing and counseling participation by private employersand
Advocacy of superiority of any group is rejected. Task Force Active in 1967 competent guidance counselors.
Active participation of employers in providing employment Institute both a NEWSLETTER and compile a RESOURCES
opportunities to qualified applicants regardless of race, creed, In this past summer's short-range crash JOBS Program,the MANUAL for exchange of Information pertaining to local, job
color or national origin is both good citizenship good busi- Task Force was instrumental in matching hundreds of job and training opportunities as well as effective methods and
openings to hundreds of job-seekers achieving best effec- techniques of Increasing employability.In .

ness.Makework projects of any permanency alone will not pro- tiveness record in the nation, according to Washington office cooperation with our community's leading Negro newspaper

vide true "employment" or "employability." of the EEOC. The Miami Times, create and distribute a pictorial and
Obtained continuous communication and involvement of representatives
Employers should be encouraged to initiate affirmativeaction -
narrative reflection non-traditional jobs currently being
programs designed to raise h level of aspiration of mi- of the Negro community; labor, commerce, and performed
in by minority employees.
county
our group
nority persons so that more of them will prepare themselvesand industry; Local,State and Federal agencies;the religious com-
apply for higher level and non traditional jobs. munity; and the public schools systems. Execute STEP (Summer Temporary Employment Program)
Welfare support provided for the disadvantaged (irrespective Spear-headed the development and operation, as of January for youth (particularly disadvantaged minority group memo
of source of funds) should be structured In ways that keep 8, 1968, of a pilot "vestibule" behavioral training programfor bers) between school terms.
welfare non-competitive as related to gainful employment in minority group members in which the practical specifics Conduct three week Vocational Guidance Seminar (funding
the open-Job market; an incentive for productive effort with of getting and keeping a job are taught and practiced. This pro- provided by Plans for Progress) for counseling,teaching,and
commensurate rewards must, in fact,exist for all membersof gram is financed by the commitments of a number of local administrative personnel in the Dade County School system;
our society. private employers for salary expense of those in training; objective of this training will be to gain better insight as to im
High basic standards of performance, developed and maintained logistical support is provided b y the Vocational Education prove Instruction for students who are not planning college
over the period of our country's private enterprise his- Division of the Dade County Public School system, and the careers In relation to preparation for the world of work.
tory, should not be expected to be lowered in any unilateral way Florida State Employment Service provides recruitment and
of to the Task Force's specifications Continue study and development of Union relationships ith
by an employer competing with others for his company's "good screening participants
health," growth, and longevity. and standards. "Unemployables" have been made "employ- respect to apprenticeship programs and job opportunities.

Following the "success-begetting-success" viewpoint, able" in both blue-collar and white-collar jobs.A .
Make available to the Dade County School Board ( and any
Task Force efforts have been, and will continue to be, to accomplish "pilot" program was begun to favorably(and permanently) interested Federal or State agencies) the results of our pilot
the easier of its objectives first and proceed pro- turn the loyalties, talents, abilities, and Interests of approximately Vestibule Training program. It is believed that this programof
gressively to more difficult problem areas. (Our approach to 20 local "natural leaders" of disadvantaged youth. the "world of work" behavioral development, combined
our pilot Vestibule Program supports this view, in that our Conducted an all-day Seminar and workshop for 150 employers with existing skills training programs, will be a major step
intention was to take marginally marketable personnel (i.e. concerning our community's facilities for ((1))training unemployed forward ineffective upgrading of disadvantaged minority group
with some skills or educational background) and make them minority personnel and ((2)) locating applicants to fill members. .
truly employable through concentrated orientation and self- specific employment needs.
Annual report of May, 1968, will be prepared.
development techniques. (Once mastered, this technique can
be extended to those who have even greater employability
TASK FORCE MEMBER
handicaps).
It takes the continuing, effective involvement of leaders In JOINS PLANS FOR
our business and industrial organizations to bring any degreeof
quality improvement to disadvantaged, under-developed PROGRESS STAFF
members of our minority society. Evaluation and criticism of I..

existing "problem" conditions are fruitless unless coupled Richard C. Coleman, who
with constructive, participating leadership to bring about Im- served as a Task Force mem-

provements.The ber, and corporate employ- .
Task Force, by working cooperatively with other com- ment manager of Eastern Air '
munity organizations on appropriate activities to promote Lines has joined'the staff of
equal employment opportunity, should be the primary com Plans for Progress. He has
municator and coordinator i n this area of interest for private ,worked on a number of Florida
employers in Dade County. State committees for equal

And, finally, we believe that "caring" -urgsntl/ must bea opportunity and handicapped Pan Am Salutes EEOTF
prime ingredient o f Task Force member motivation. Thereis employment. We shall miss
no instant anything in this critical, delicate area of human Dick . good luck in Wash-
relations! ington, D. C.

Vestibule Training GraduatesPan

I Members of the Task forceLarry I


BoyajianThe Harvey Wallace Charles J. Wain
Grand Union Co. Youth Industries, Inc. Maule Industries

Walter Cunningham Tom Jefferson John White American World Airways, a pioneer in the international airline

Wometco Enterprises Public Relations ConsultantJ. Sears Roebuck & Co. industry, was one of the first signers of the national "Plan

Raymond W. Czachowski L. Lederer Maurice Wilson for Progress" developed by the President's Committee on Equal
Civil Service
U. S. Comm. Eastern Airlines
Manpower
Training
Employment Opportunity.In .
Edwin B. DeanS. Thomas Natiello, PHD Helen
Fla. Hotel and Motel Asso. University of Miami C. Wooldridge
First Federal Savings
Dorothy Edwards R.W. Norton N.A. Terrassee & Loan Ass'nCOOPERATING

Northwestern Sr. High School Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Co. Dade County we were privileged to help establish and supportthe

Rod E. Overholt AGENCIES: Vestibule Training Program" of I local I
our Equal Employment
Rev. Theodore Gibson M. R. Harrison Const. Co. American Jewish Committee/
Ministeral Alliance Ex Officio: Anti-Defamation League of Opportunity Task Force; the first graduates were awarded their
B' n a i B'rithCatholic Dio- diplomas last month.
Arthur Hallgren Athalie Range, CommissionerCity
Florida AFLCIOLee of Miami ceseDade County Neighborhood -
Youth CorpsDade
Guittar Garth Reeves, Editor County Public SchoolsEco-
The Miami Herald The Miami Times nomic Opportunity Program, We congratulate these successful graduates and wish them well.

Durward Harrell John P. Roberts1st Inc.Episcopal Diocese of So. American industry will always welcome those who seek to earn
National Bank of Miami Fla.Florida State
Employ-
Jordan MarshJ. more by learning morethus
James Rush ment ServiceFlorida State increasing their skills and usefulness.
O. Hutchison
Welfare DepartmentGreater
Castle
Royal SystemP.
Fla. Power & Light Co. Miami Urban LeagueInter-
Seagren
faith Agency for Social Jus-
Michael McHugh
Dade County public Schools
Milgo Electronics Corp. ticeMiami Dade Chamberof
Preston ThaiAmericana Ray A. ShelleyAir CommerceMiami OfficeU. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ALSO MEANS BEING EQUAL TO THE
International S. Dept. of CommerceNational
Hotel Edward E. Spencer & Conference of Chris- OPPORTUNITY WHEN IT IS OFFERED!

Ashton Tyler E. B. Weissinger tians and Jews/National plans
Metro Dade County Pan-American WorldAirwaysLee for Progress/ University of

Harry L. Tyson Tafel,Am. Fed. Municipal Miami (Urban AffairsThe)
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the Equal Employ- clude counselors, teach- S c boo 1. Additionally, it will
ment Opportunity Task Force ers and administrators. Its give these counselors better

and the President's Committee purpose is to update and inform insight into the needs of busi- IT '
for Plans for Progress,an these 'career' and ness and industry of today : DUCAT o
institute
for three weeks du- growthguidance educational through various field trips to
ration (June 19th to July 9th, personnel on how to better Instruct Dade's business and industry STEPS
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1968) is being planned for professional students who are not community. j OWARD THE

people in the Dade planning college careers on This has been made possible UTURE

County Public School systemto how to prepare themselves for through Plans for Progress, .

becalledtheVocationalGui-' entry into gainful employment a national program, which encourages Ic PRa(P05/1R4 JOYCI WRARIOM / r ro. r. lftlt
dance Seminar. This is to in- graduation from High this and many other

programs by private financial :
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matter,what your job is, be proud of the'workyou <. :' the School of Continuing Edu- ;; Wins-Top
cation at the University of Mi- Jackson High Junior Honorsin
do, and the fact that you are doing the best you
ami will be the Director of the I
know bow. Too often, because of a friends remarks,
Institute he is
directly
working
or just general 'opinion, 'a person is Judged by the with the; Institute Committee Countywide Poster ContestA

work he does. If it's not a'glamorous position, the of the EEOTF in developing --
person seems to tall short of his own good imageof
himself. the program outline. The Negro student won top Wharton's poster design. prints rising laterally across

Not everyone can have a white collar'Job.In tact, first week of the.Institute will honors in countywide contest Entries were submitted in the poster from left to right,
not everyone,wants one, be used as an orientation week; conducted in the commercialart the competition by students with the superimposedin-

In order for cities to grow and progress,and business the second week will be spentin classes of the Dade County in the poster and display art scription, "Education Steps

to develop, there has to be men and women on field trips with enthusiastic School System. classes of nine senior high Toward the Future." Four

the bottom of the ladder, to hold the city and the first line "world of work" She is Joyce Wharton, 16,of schools throughout the county. colors were used, includingred
business together. supervisors speaking in practical 1123 NW 58th Terrace. She is Judges included John Aspinall, green, orange and black.

What good would a ladder be without the bottom' terms to the participants; an 11th g r a d e student at the supervisor of art of the county Second place in the contest

rings'? It would be impossible to climb the ladder of I and the third week will be used Miami Jackson Senior High school system; Robert H. Mc- with a cash award of$30 went

work.It would be useless. The white collar worker for group dynamics and discussions School. Donald, coordinator of discipline to Dave Shelnutt, 17, a 12th

would be yery unhappy and unable to work productively Talent from The event was an outdoor projects for the school grade student at Miami Nor-

if the building worked in was not clean, if throughout Dade County will poster design contest sponsored system, and John Sweet, art land Senior High School.Third

the windows he looked out of were dirty,It there was conduct discussions and give in the senior high director of Donnelly Advertising prize and $20 was won by Bar-
talks to those participating. schools by Donnelly Advertising bara Bant, 16,in the 11th gradeat
no one to see to beating and air conditioning, if there
The school will be located at which the Miami Beach
gave $100 in cash High
were DO one to empty baskets,deliver mall,stoke a
the Aviation School on LeJeune awards to the first second and contest to School.
The
was designed
furnace, oil a car,gas it up,launder clothes, deliver ,
groceries, wash the dishes or anyone of a thousand Road, Miami. third place winners.In promote greater interest in Shelnutt's entry was a sym-
It is hoped and addition to her first bolic design of wheels with the
,things that 'are necessary in our lives today.Pridelnone's ( anticipated) prize and a better understanding of
work brings dignity man Be that this pilot program will be- winning display was given a the poster art field. Theme of inscription, "Between the
come on-going for school per double billboard display by the competition on which the Wheels of Progress There's
proud of the work you do,and those around you, will
be proud of you. And remember the man who Is sonnel so that the "work Donnelly Advertising on the entries were based was the Little Room for Dropouts."
bound" student will be better company's billboards.One phrase, "Education is the an- Miss Bant submitted a check-
making the most is not always the one with
the shirt and tie money prepared for the competition, display presented text about swer" erboard m a z e with the inscription -
:',Il., and needs, of business and Industry the contest and winner, while Miss Wharton's first prize "The Answer; Edu-
of today. the other displayed Miss entry featured a design of foot- cation."





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a junior
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toying with the idea of dropping out of school, now is :mmi:::: S
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the time for you to do some mighty straight thinking! :::::;:: _
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will hand the reins to that as- ::;:
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who would his classmate
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[::1.:;:::::: respect for himself, his classmates, and adults. school teen-agers. ::::' been appointed pub 11 c relations Mayme was one of the six original
;:;::::::.: Jimmy, who is now a twelfth grader, is working after The information and attitudes that you as junior high :;11i;:::::' agent for the Miami- Negro policewomen in Atlanta
;::::::::::: school preparing himself financially for college; if he pupils bring to senior high school and to the adult world ::::::;:::::::: Metro Department of Publicity where she attended public -
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;::::::::::: which will keep him gainfully employed until he can do What will your future hold for you?After graduation, :::.:;:::::: In addition to her duties in Laboratory High School and
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Brown College.
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Mrs.
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:::::: grade. He was often tardy to school because he was always :::: for the city. ,
:::;:::::::: with the "boys." Bill was a real sucker for the and deal in clean company. Talk with your counselors ::::::: 1 Bondu 42 has worked associate director of the
Mrs.
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;::::: boys. He would skip classes; he never would carry your Brownsville EOPI Center,and
:::::::1:1::: paper, pencil, nor books, only his socks in his back As has been often said, Socrates wasn't a square. ::;:;::::::::: in radio, public for relations 15 and their son, Dave, Jr., is in the
::::: : journalism over years
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in Atlanta Cleveland Miami
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1;m 1 1 for lack of interest in his math class; other times, for junior high school pupil know yourself,the easier it will ::1:1:1:::::::: Nassau and Freeport Grand the late Mrs. Wadelle 0.

:::::::::::: failure to participate in class. You see, Bill slept in be for you to decide upon the type of work you should :;::::::;::::: Bahamas. Farmer of Atlanta.
:: She came to Miami in 1953
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and WERD Atlanta for the Miami and the Iota Phi Lamb-
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opening Sorority
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Development Program Gives





In-School and On-The-Job Training


The Manpower Development tor, Cook and Baker Clerk- -
than a
and Training Act laborer. thing. I have my own appliance
signed into
law on Marcb 15 1962 typist, Draftsman, Electrical "Can you imagine my sur- repair business now, and have
a nationwide set up appliance serviceman, Nurse prise when I was offered a Job even hired two of the men that 7
to Federal program aide, Small gas engine repairman after telling the interview that trained with me."
provide
in-schoolvoca- Solderer, Furniture I had Just completed the clerk-
tional
and
on-the-Job training upholsterer, and Welding.A typist project. I started to
for unemployed and underem- "I want to report that the
ployed year ago many applicants work the following Monday boss said I was one of the best
persons. referred were unemployed, morning, now lamabletoearn upholsterersthathas ever V J (
Manpower Training is designed received welfare and relief
a living for myself and
my
to provide workers worked for him,(I worked hard'
with and were "
seeking training.To- children.
for that man) and he has
new skills where promoted
needed; to day, successful manpower "Before Train-
Manpower
me to foreman of the
upgrade their
present skills; graduates are wage earners, ing, I worked for$1.25 an hour shop." L'
and to meet the Job needs of employed in many different when I could find work it was "'

workers displaced byautomation. types of occupations where sure hard to provide for my Has Manpower Training .4

The. their skills are needed. family with an uncertain in- paid? Yes it has been estab- ". r
Manpower Development Has investment in Man- come. The training I received lished and documented that
Training Center is located at John Elam graduated from the Manpower Auto Body
power Training paid off?Hereis changed my life; now I have a these individuals can be madeas
3240 NW 27th Avenue. Today, what some of yesterday's very respectable Job as a sec competent as anyone else Repair class. He accepted employment as a body repairman . I

many individuals are actively trainees say; retary. Now I have somethingto of comparable aptitude, atti- and 'because of his industrious and excellent
engaged in learning occupa- . Without the skills I get for tude and
tional skills that will up every morning. ability. When individuals work habits Mr. Elam consistently earns In excess of
prepare learned in the Drafts
man pro- "You will never know how satisfactorily completes -
them for employment. Recent ject, I would have never been much this training has done for a training project and $175.00 per week. Mr. Elam has demonstrated that he

training projects offered include able to qualify for the Job. It is me. I was a born loser-the instructor meets expected performance was capable of producing high quality workmanship to
Auto-Body repairman, a good feeling to be holding was with
Auto-mechanic sopatient criteriathey may expect .ihts employer which has enabled him* to maintain a high
repairman, down a Job of this type-1 used me, he gave me a reason for reasonable expectations
Bookkeeping machine opera- to think I could never be more learning and sticking to some- employment. standard of living.


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reasonably obtain appropriate
full-time employment without
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the MDTA are conducted -
either in vocational
A4r U OLS1ER1r '"' 'a.. schools, or on the Job, or a

) combination of both. Experi- "
mental and demonstration I

programs provide new approaches

it """:"' -' -:-x j- and techniques in : '
such matters as recruiting, ,
Al Tresvant graduated from the Furniture Upholsterer class offered in the Manpower counseling, training and
Development Training Program. AI said he was keenly motivated by his instructors .. 'placement mat may be translated -. trainees plus transportationand net family income); persons
I and this is what caused him to engage in his own business. AI now has his into action prog 'ams. subsistence allowances. working below their skill capacity -
own business, in his own building, has purchased a nice new truck and has five The Program provides payment The institutional allowance or substantially less
Amnf AuAAC.. of training allowance up costs are paid by the Federal than full-time; those un-
to 104 weeks to eligible Government. On-the-Job employed because their skills
traidees are paid by employers. have or will become obsolete;

J"'L' disadvantaged youth between
': The 1966 amendments to the 16 and 22 years of age who are
MDTA provide special pro- out of school and in need of

gramsTo occupational training and per
meet the specific employment sons who will be trained for
needs of older workers skills needed first within the

labor area in which live
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WI!; --To authorize experimental and second within the state
programs for part-time where they live.
./'i'; I training in occupations and The Florida State Employment -
t. areas with critical skill short' Service assumes the responsibility

ages.To for:((1))Determining -
train inmates of cor- the need for training in a

rectional institutions. specific occupation; (2)initiating -
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I GIRLS LEARN TYPING SKILLS selection for training are; Un-
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M. employed workers (including potential candidates,for train
members of farm families ing (4) Selection of and refer-
YOU CAN GET INSTRUCTION IN BOOKKEEPING ;
MACHINE OPERATION with less than $1,200 annual ral to training, candidates

meeting the standard; (5)) Job
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:', following courses, now; Welder -
'.">.. ; Combination; Nurse Aide
L .'lI (youth), Draftsman and Auto
Mechanic.

Courses that are approved,
1 but are awaiting funding are;
f .w Stenographer (part time train-

Ing), Clerk, General office;
I CHASSIS ASSEMBLER IN TRAINING Nurse Aide and Cook, Hotel
#__a_ and Restaurant.

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proval and funding consideration -
are: Reg. Nurse Refresher -

Furniture Upholsterer,
r r Chassis Assembler, Auto
Body Repair and Electrical
J i Appliance Serviceman.

Jack Wareham, Area Man-
I power Development and
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A /r Upon completion of the Clerk Typist course she accepted employment at Jackson Service urges anyone who
Memorial Hospital. She was assigned to work in the Eligibility Department, utilizing meets the requirements to call
w the typing and clerical skills she was trained for. After being on the job for a ,short the EmploymentService for
time, her superiors recognized her excellent attitude for work habits and was promoted further information on how to

WILLIE BLANCHE KILLINGS to a supervisory position. enter a'trajnlng p'ogram.Manpower .

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124 in Pre-Graduation Training at Southern Bell elephonl


sometimehis set is so powerful that it's dan- plaster off walls.
The
In about three months, hun- that the group's introduction to Carol City High,hasn't had any tain a pilot's license returned gerous it has been known to firms might learn major I
dreds of seniors in Dade the business world should include courses in electricity, but has ( brother recently where he split windows and t o knock from his group. sOmething
County high schools will don rewards as well as work, from Viet Nam ,
the traditional gown and tri- so a Saturday is worth about played around with radios,and piloted a helicopter).
angular-shaped hat and will $15.00 to each member). Fur- thinks he would enjoy a career Thomas Penney, of Norland $.
patiently sit through speeches ther incentive is supplied by associated with electronics. High School, also plans to get

which remind them that the the knowledge that if they com- Gabriel, who attends high on some company's (ayrollinJune.
word "commencement" denotes plete the course and can school in Hialeah, has workedat He has had a couple of
a beginning rather than quality, they will be inn good a variety of jobs, but thinkshe courses in electricity, and
an ending. position to receive a regularjob might settle down with a would like to enter that field
There will be little need for with the company when they company like Southern Bell. for a career. Tom says he
reminding at least fourteen of are graduated from high He knows his way around air- would eventually like to do
the honorees, however. For school. craft, after having put in three some research in electricity
these students are showing Among those who plan to be hours a day for three years at so he is planning to go to col-
with the help of Southern Bell available for work upon their an aviation school and become lege parttime'to obtain the

Telephone Company that you graduation are Gerald Morris, ing an expert welder. But his background for doing so.
don't even have to wait until Gabriel Eberle, and Thomas only remaining interest in Course Instructor Vincentand
graduation "to begin." Penney. Gerald, a student at aviation, apparently, is to ob- other Southern Bell managers -
The fourteen are membersof were pleasantly sur-

a "Pre-Graduation Train- <. :<., :; !!I prised by the caliber of the
ing Program in Basic Elec- students. "They're a good
tricity," a first-of-its-kind < .. bunch of clean-cut kids," said
program in South Florida by Vincent. "And they've really
Southern Bell. Selected from k'1-- been trying. About 90 percentof
p ,
six area high schools which the class is ahead of
"
contain a considerable num .... schedule a week or two.
ber of disadvantaged youths, .M Indicative of the quality of
the students are being exposedto the class members is Alfred
the type of knowledge whichis Gatson, of Northwestern High.

required by Industry. With Alfred is completing his third : ,..d
this background, the students year in electricity and elec-
hopefully can influence othersto 1Y1-H tronics, and is planning ma- :r.
train for business careers, r jor in that field in college.Just t _
and even go on to set an example where to go to college may bea
for them t o follow. problem for Alfred. He has
already won scholarships to
The "PreGraduation"class Southern Bell Training Instructor G.E. Vincent brings out a Florida A & M and Savannah
is like no other class that point to the class which he hopes will clarify a question which State, and has excellent pros-
has ever been held in Dade Carlethia P. Frazior 18, of 2185 NW 57th Street and Sadie
several of the students have asked individually. The need for pects for a scholarship a t the
County. First of all,the way in Miller 33, of 1130 NW 2nd. Ave.are Information Operators at
this traditional type of stand-up instruction in the class is University of Miami, a schol-
which the members were Southern Bell. Mrs. Miller completed high school in Lakeland,
very low.It arship at a school designatedby
selected was unique. Southern Florida. Her past work experience Includes factory work.
the U. S. Army, or an ap-
Bell asked guidance counselors pointment to the U. S. Air She enjoyed the training received from Vestibule.She stated,
in the high schools to Force Academy. "It made me more aware of mysell-how to talk and howto
nominate students who wouldbe A member who may have all dress and it taught me how to fill out a Job application.

They interested nominated inthe 57.program. of the major electronics firms Carlethia graduated from Miami Jackson and has been
after him soon is David Cald- married for a short time. Her previous work experience was
The 57 then were processed well, who goes to Miami factory and cafeteria.Her .
through the company's Employment Springs High School.David anda
Office, Just as if they couple of his buddies helpeda hobbies are ceramic and mosaic.
were actually applying fora teacher at the school build When asked about Vestibule she said she learned may worth-
Job. Interviews were held, 4r fM} a stereo speaker system for while things: most of all, "It t a ugh t me to look people in the
forms were completed, tests t use in the music room. The eye when I talk to them."

were administered,and physical -
examinations were given.
From these results,along with

the students' school records What's Vernest Alexander
and the recommendationsfrom of

their counselors, the

class.fourteen were selected for the Western Electric doing for you?

The course consists of
learning 10 booklets on basic Ir' ,
electricity. Classes meet would be safe to classify Carolyn Smith as"a woman on the f =
from 8:30-5:00 move." She has made two of them in the brief 2 1/2 years that '
on Saturdaysat JL' -
the company's plant Train- she has been with Southern Bell, and has increased her pay- > J. wj

ing School at 345 NE 2nd Ave. check each time.
To complete the course, a Carolyn, who lives at 1765 NW 87th Street, began her tele-
member must pass a test on phone career as an Operator. After a year in this job, she
each volume, a mid-term test applied for -and received-a position as a Service Representative + t, d
.r
in the company's North Miami office. h A !
after Vol, V, and a final test
after all 10 volumes have been She worked in this job for a year and a half, and then was
completed. promoted to the position of the Frame man.A Frameman con-

The course is not being nects wires inside an office which houses telephone equiptment.
taught like most courses. In When Carolyn started in her new Job last week, she could s\\I. : 0a
fact, it's not even being take pride in the fact that she had come a long way about as
quickly as anyone could come.Southern .
"taught" at all. The materialin y $
the booklets is presented in
the form of "programmed
learning;" that fill-in-the-
blank matter builds on previ-

ously-learned material,
starting with simple facts in
Vol. I and gradually moving to
the more difficult material in

Vol. X. Consequently, the in-

structor, G, E. Vincent, of

Southern Bell, merely admin- He helps make
isters the tests and answers sure

any questions which the stu-
dents may have. Miami's telephoneswill
"If the course was being

taught differently, I wouldn't work
properly.Another
have continued"saidHugoRodriquez .
17year old Cen- i
tral High student. "I like the Princess phone will soon be ready to bring new convenience to a

way you are on your own and Southern Bell customer-maybe you. Vernest Alexander puts these phones
can get up when you feel likeit t through their paces, with tests that include almost everything but makingan

to take a smoke." actual call. Purpose: to make sure it'll give you long, trouble-free serVice
Actually, Hugo's presenceis

an Interesting story in itself wAf our Miami Service Center, some 300 of your neighbors also supply I
Although he had no background Southern Bell with fact,
much of what'sneeded to bring you service. In
in electricity and onlyan Western Electric -
keeping
people .always
help Southern Bell in many ways
interest in the sub-
average H in mind that we share a responsibility for dependable, /low cost
ject, he found his interest telephone your
service. Because, like Bell telephone Western
growing. Now, with three Electric your company
is part of the nationwide,
Bell
weeks of the course gone, he System.
. ,. . I \\ or ,
is two weeks ahead of
schedule. Western Electric
Helping to motivate Hugo,no Bell Installer Eugene Hodge connects one of the
many telephones he installed last month. Eugene was throughly
fact that each
the
doubt was MANUFACTURING
student, is being paid while he trained on the Installer's job, so he has had little trouble in Miami Service & SUPPLY UNIT OF THE BELL SYSTEM @
trains. (Southern Bell feels adapting to his new position. Center: 18201 N.W.2ndAve.





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Equal Employment Opportunity Force


Preaching, Teaching, Medicine, Union-Relations Sub Committee


Law No In a continuing I effort to directly school related'students to motivatinghigh to entera Bell's seniors requirements who met Southern and
longer Only Negro bring much needed, helpful, who
correct Information to stu- union building trades training would be interested inperma.nent .

dents of Dade County, the program, and inform them. employment with the
Union-Relations Sub com- of the qualifications needed to company at the completion of
ProfessionsThe mittee of the EEOTF has been apply for certain apprenticeship high school.They interviewed
at programs. The Com- senior boys from Northwestern .
old Idea that outside of United States Increased 33 "Prejudice and discrimination : conducting programs Carol
by Northwestern SenlorHlgh mittee, additionally, exploresthe City, Central,
preaching, teaching, prac- per cent, and between 1964 and are still practiced, he possibility of easing these Hialeah, Miami Springs, and
ticing medicine and law, the 1975, it Is expected increaseat accused, "but the situation is School. These programs are qualifications enable mi- Norland High Schools,whohad
white man had a monoploy on least another 25 per cent. becoming less severe, due to nority group persons en- taken T.V., Radio and General
the professions in America,is "This places the young col- the Civil Rights Legislationand trance. Electricity courses in school
no longer true, John Epps, lege graduate in a favored category the"Law of Supply and De- February 8, saw such a pro- and the fourteen students,
Forms Manager,United States but does not neces- mand. gram of Information offered to selected have begun, what can
Air Force toldSaint Augus- sarily Insure he More'emphasis is now givento
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success, the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades become for them, a reward.
tine's College students,Tues- warned, "due to keen compe- service rather than production at Northwestern in three separate ing lifetime career.
day Feb.27.The occasion was tition." he said. The industry
,
Rod Overholt
Riddle of M
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the first New Career Oppor- Epps stated that each year which has grown at a faster ,, rison Construction
tunities conference presentedby 600,000 are awarded rate in the last twenty years and Joseph Hughes represented Company
persons and Chairman of the
the painters' apprenticeship Task
than other is government.It .
Saint Augustine's Collegeand bachelor degrees, more than any and Wallace Force Sub-Committee
and
the National Urban 100,000 masters and has jumped from a total of program
degrees 'Similar Dorothy Edwards
the Carpenters. .Assistant
Bray
5.5 million in 1947 to 10 mil
League. As a civilian em- some 20,000 Ph.D. degrees in scheduled for Principal of Gudlance
(
are at'
ployee in the Air Force, Epps the United States. "So when lion today, with most of this c- programs and Northwestern
Conditioning Senior
said, "In Uniform or out of you enter the Job market you number to be found in health, the Air High
School have been
trades.
uniform, color is less of a will be competing with three education, sanitation, police, Plumbers' activating
Beginning Saturday, Feb- these programs. They have
handicap than It used to be, quarters of a million men and recreation, and other departments -
17 Southern Bell Tele- hopes of this kind of
of local and state IIIMelvin ruary program
especially for the skilled, the women, all of whom lay claimto
and Telegraph Co. being expanded to include
rather than in phone
intelligent, and the educated. the same level of formal governments,
He noted that, between 1947 education with 90 per cent of the Federal bureaucracy that ---- started "Pre-Graduation other schools and other
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and 1965 employment in the these white." you hear so much about. Training" for those selected trades.
R. Jackson, a Miami
resident since 1926, has beenan
State Employment Service FSES employee for over 30
I years. Beginning as an inter-
viewer he is now a local office -

Reorganizes- in Miami Area Office supervisor Building. in the State Your


For the past several years ity responsibilities of the Em- applicant of any age from six- He and his wife Hattie have
the Employment Service in ployment Service are being teen up, not considered Job- five children. Both Mr. and TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE
Miami and at the State Level centralized In the Miami Opportunity ready and not able to competein Mrs. Jackson are active in
has been absorbing many new Center and servicesto the labor market for em- church and civic work. Their COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR
programs which have increased all age groups will be expanded ployment, will be served in oldest son, 1st Lt. Melvin R. BUSINESS IN
our responsibilities to such and improved.The MOC. This does not refer to Jackson was lost In the Korean
an extent that reorganization Miami OpportunityCenter older workers or other whose conflict. Two daughters and a b. 1"1. r.1-.1....
has become necessary. In that (MOC) now serves all only need is Job developmentor son are teachers in the Dade J .m Hn iJ r

connection, the Youth Oppor- age groups with respect employability selective placement. County School System,and one CALL US TODAY!
tunity Center has been re-de services such as Applicants at MOC who are daughter is Supervisor of the
signated as the Miami Oppor- counseling, testing and train- determined to be jobreadybyreason clerical staff of the division 6530 NW 15 Ave
tunity Center. ing, to Include Manpower Development of counseling, testingor of Phycho-Pharmacology Research
This in no wayaltersthe and Training, training, will be Imme- Project. The Jacksonsare 691-0421
role of the Employment Neighborhood Youth Corps, diately transferred to the ap- members of the GreaterSt.
vice with respect toserviceto Job Corps, and Vestibule propriate Employment Ser- Paul AME Church, Coco-
youth; rather, the employabil- Training. This means that an vice.office for! placement. nut Grove.


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BY,GLORIA MILLEROn goal -- jobs with their firms. acceptance, trainees were searching for Identity. They
February 6,a large,cold Vestibule Training began as then eligible ,to begin what were willing to take construc-
auditorium at the English Cen- a concept. How does one pin- 'would become for them a transition tive criticism now, without its
ter in Miami was turned Into a point and stabilize something from "Unemployable"to becoming personal and rea-
beehive of activity and hope for that Websters Dictionary de- actual entry into the main- lized that a 'sensible' sense
36 graduates of Vestibule fines simply an idea; a men- stream of membership in a of humor could ease a tense
Training. Placed around the tal image? The Task Force, permanent workforce.The situation.To .
room, under signs Indicating through its chairman CharlesB. blue print and first step towards date, 35 of the 36 grad-
their company's name, were potter ( a local department meaningful, effective uates have been placed on jobs.
personnel from eleven of Dade store vice-president) put a plans and action to Improvethe They are now, in reality, be.
County's largest employers mental image into practical economics and productiveness coming permanent membersof
busily interviewing applicantsfor application and called it Vesti- of hard-to-place job ap- a productive working society
jobs. Not the usual appli- bule Training. A firm rule,as plicants are not actualities.The instead of the "unem
cant, but trainees, who a short opposed to a concept, can be first Vestibule Training ployables" of five weeks agol!
four weeks ago, did not know followed easily. A blue print class for white collar work- The EEOTF will make,
how to be Interviewed; how to outlines in concise detail each ers "graduated" on February available to the Dade County
dress; or generally, did not step it takes to build any struc . 2,1968, with"Now is the Time School Board (and any interested -
know how toapproachsuccessfully TASK FORCE JOB FAIRing the theme of the Federal State
ture. As difficult as it may To Work" as or agen-
the i interview. The atmosphere seem, August 1967, Mr. applicants as well as put- Florida State Employment address given at the gradua- cies) the results of this pilot
was, at first,tense. Potter, after many self-delib ting together the specifics ofa Service and Dr. Edward Whig- tion by one of the trainees. Vestibule Training program.
The air was charged with some erations, and discussions with curriculum and a teaching ham, Superintendent of the Vestibule Training had, in It is believed that this pro-
apprehension on the part of applicants other interested and responsible staff. Dade County Board of Public this short time, in fact,changed gram of the 'world of work'
and,conversely, un- members of the business Dade's EEOTF was aware Instruction, selected experi- an attitude of failure to suc- behavorial development, com-
certain expectancy on the partof community, set forth the con- that this this was not a first attemptin enced personnel to put into effect cess; hopelessness to hope. bined with existing skills
employers. However, cept of Vestibule Training in direction.Communities the Vestibule Training One after another, to testify training programs will be a
soon as the buzz of conversa- a "List of Considerations." around the country reportedly concept Immediately under to their teachers but most- major step forward in speed-
tion began, this feeling, if not The entire aspect of the course had implemented similar Task Force coordination. ly to themselves--the gradu- ing effective upgradingsof
dispelled completely, was at had to be finding solutions to pre-h ir e programs to train Publicity was given to all cooperating ates stood on the stageand earnings opportunities of dis-
least decidedly lessened. By specific, identifiable needs by potential employees to meet news media asking voiced their hopes, expecta- advantaged minority group
the time the applicant had fin- using a very practical ap- employers needs. However, persons who had a high school tions and the end of their members.
ished the first of several interviews proach based on the realitiesof obtaining employment was not diploma and were between the
scheduled for him, the world of work. Ability always the sole obstacle; it ages of 18 and 45 years of age
he proceeded calmly and with to use mainstream English was often, keeping the job. to come to any one of the State :X".J:9 u" ..> 't"'" .
assurance to the next employer. must be developed. Stress With this in mind, and to fur- Employment Service offices ... ; 1.. .-I,';-- __
would be on accuracy, ther help the Florida State Once there, they would fill out ____
thoroughness, clarity and Employment Service and the an application, be given a ___
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The first four week sessionfor timeliness required in com Public School system find the simple test to determine their ____
the training of potential petitive business. Values and Force tools to use correspondence in this plan, Task was grade level, and, If this met
"white collar" workers In standards in terms of human the agreed-upon standard, a
sent to other community relations d
employability skills was begun relationships and the Golden boards and plans for be screened by a personnel
at the Dade County English Rule would be interjected frequently progress organizations board consisting of the Florida
and an understandingof State EmploymentServicethe
Center
on January Through throughout the Unit-
the "rewards and punish- Public Schools and the Task
the
combined
efforts of the ed States asking for information -
ments" systems of the busi- Force. During the selection
Equal
Employment Oppor- about their successful kprocess'by
tunity Task Force,the Florida ness world must be developed. programs. Florida'State Em-
State Employment Service and Familiarity with simple em- Fragmentary answers came ployment Service and private .
the Dade County Schools, a ployment testing procedures, in narrating and successes, employers, there was a con-
positive forward stride has basic grooming and hygieneand but no techniques and no rea- scious rejection and non-
been taken towards alleviatingthe an understanding of the listic methodolgy seemed to be selection of those people who
struggles of minority per- employment interviewing process in existencel] Other attemptshad were employable; only unem- Laura Cole man, vestibule Training graduate, working at
sons In their attempts to enter through practice, (including been made but there was ,ployables were chosen. Upon Burdines Dept. Store, Dadeland. I
into meaningful, gainful a self-critique) wouldbe no clear-cut isolation between

employment. Months of Task structured.Careful consid- behavior training in termsof m m : !! !!!!! !
Force committee meetings, eration would be given to the practical ,work situations,
subjects chosen and to the and skills training. The more
comprised of ourstanding
variety and pace in which they the businessman became Involved -
businessmen and citizens of iliWlmllillllim
1IIIIrt@im
mpIm mmmG1111il tm11I1R:1Ji1irfEtiiIJiIISII1iIiiSiIiiimii
would be and dis-
Dade County, brought about presented In the methodolgy, the
cussed to maintain maxi-
fruitful discussions and fin- so as clearer became his abrogation RrgoI
mum attention and
ally, the actual testing and participation. of civic and community
Pride and a sense of self- responsibilityinthatthe"world
selection of 40 persons to be
trained. This, then, made confidence and achievement, of work" and its prac- .. .... 'm...........
Vestibule Training"no longer would hopefully, be the end result tical requirements were inadequately :',::,::,:: "To Move Forward"We ':::';":;':
of this practical approachto
represented in the
firm
just a concept--but a ,
"getting and keeping" a job. teaching process. (The school
concrete event with 38 participants -
So a concept, a mental systems had nothing but traditional -
Image, had now spread from a whitesocietyoriented Iliiiill IIlilil1 IIlilil1iII
"list of considerations" to financial materials--many of thm
Training If one equates with Federal Vestibule spend- feasabtlity, to atechi- archaic, at that!) This had to We SA .
and
for
cal practical be a new-type relat-
program program

ing,with and other then lumps Federal it together pro-- mechanics meaningful of application.a pilot Vestibule The ing personal to the trainees'experience own worldof and iII!! !!!!! lillI11!!

grams, the answer to the equa- Training Program began to achleveing a conversion of that ........... The Miami Timeson ...........
tion would be wrong. The X take actionable shape. The experience to the "world of
factor here equals a concerned which- Florida State Employment work." There were practically IIIIIII! 11111
business community
Service and the Dade County no descriptions of successful -
recognized that the current Public Schools were deeply techniques and methods the
labor work force needed replenishing concerned with the progress of for this type of teaching and W !1 pubilicaiionof lM
; that their businesses Vestibule Training, and both development except in the area
would function more were alerted to join the Task of "grooming" and "proper ''Jill til
successfully if a new sourceof Force businessmen in formu- business dress." .

manpower was reached;and lating working plans for Harry L. Tyson, Metropolitan mM this specialPROGRESS ii
who cared enough to try to help screening, testing and select- Are Supevisor of the ;
in the training of this new work
force. The help, in this instance -
was both financial and 1111 fl

technical. supplement. .

Financially, a letter waj : .
written to the Department o LHf 1/111/ II I
Labor askingforthe necessary A forwardtVUNSHINE
funding. (The letter hat 7 . . move
never been answered. This ii
not to say that it may not be,
the heavy machinery of gov EIAfICF 1111 lii.I1m11

ernment will probably begii ..

working tually .on. this but request here in even-Dade !: :; 1 ......1.:.11.. .rmm11...........
County eventually had to be
now!) Dade County had begun

to program think realistically and money and, this was Ifill IRMY SURPLUS STORES IIIltll1

needed now. Dade's business o : :::: :::::iil1 :

Community responded directly 16r :r : THE THRIFTIEST VALUES UNDER THE SUN i i1m i

funds to requests so that,for not the only enabling coulo !j[ ::1 l11I11 11
this training begin; but con- Johnny Evans (right), with the firm for over 10 years, recently :ji 1111 NW 62nd St. & 27th Ave. t,
maintenance for Yellow Rent- i
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supervisor |
was appointed
tinue, for three additional pilot to a-Car, Inc. Evans,who lives at 2431 NW 139th St., is in charge :::

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Claude Pepper ...'''
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relations in our community for the many unheralded acts which have mode possible ..'''

:..'': this special edition on Negro progress in the Greater Miami area. ....''''..

From my earliest days in political life, when I voted as a 28-year-old member of
:: the Florida Legislature against a resolutionto censure the wife of President Herbert I
:: Hoover for entertaining the wife of a Negro diplomat at the White House, I have be
::: lieved that equality opportunity is a fundamental requirement of a truly democratic
::: society. I have followed this precept in voting on the matters which have come be- '.:'
::: fore me in the Florida Legislature, in the United States Senate, and in the U. S. ''.,''
::: House of Representatives. have also followed it in my efforts to help my constituents w l ya.rz :.:'
;:; deal I with the problems they face in their daily lives and especially in their dealings, :,'.
;::: with the government. (.
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:: Now as in the past my staff and I stand ready and eager to help any constituent 11
: with any problem he or she IJayhave with the Federal Government. We are concerned

::: with the individual, not with his race, creed or color. We want to help because we :

|::j believe it is our obligation and our privilege to be a meaningful link between the individual r ..... -. -- -- '':::'
!::: citizen and the government agencies and programs which are designed to .
:s: help make this a better for all. CONGRESSMAN PEPPER CONFERS WITH HIS ADMINISTRATIVE Assistant -
country us 1
S: James F. Southerland (left), and his Administrative/ Aide, James ::
&'' I believe it is necessary for a member of Congress to get out into his district to Taylor/ Jr., on problems brought to him by the people of his district. ::;;

talk with the people and to see for himself what must be done to improve conditions.
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: I am especially anxious to see that the Model Cities Area in Miami is developed in
t a way that will benefit all of the people. I do not want to see this program run

roughshod over any individual or family, and I am convinced that, if we work together,
we can rebuild andrevltalize this area for the benefit of the people who make up the
communities embraced by the Model Cities area.
Fay
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We have had in the Miami area a wonderful record of civic harmony. We are now, 1!

: however, in a period of rapid change and we cannot continue to have a record of

::: peaceful progress unless we work harder to deal with the needs that have gone unmet v,

: and the problems that have gone unsolved in the past. I pledge my full support and ,
s: my whole I heart and mind to this effort to meet the challenge of change, to do the I :.:'
;: things that must be done, to make this community a model of progress and social :;
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CONGRESSMAN CLAUDE PEPPER is pictured here on tour of Miami's ;
Model Cities area Left to right: Paul Bullard, civic worker; Charles Hadley,
former member of the Miami Housing Authority, now member of the Civil Ser
vice Board; Congressman Pepper, Bernard Dyer, director of Liberty City
Community Council; and Mrs. John Lotz, assistant to Dade County Manager. ;:
Pepper wanted to learn first hand the problems and opportunities which this :

new Federal program presents for improving the quality of living in the ::.
central city. :::
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Miami Northwestern High points with pride to yearold James Jenkins who
seems to be on his way with Miami's most exclusive department chain store. A native -
Floridian,Jenklnsattended, Florida A&M and began work with Burdine's in 1964as
a salesman. He Ii now a salesmanager/ of housewares, gourmet, kitchen, sun shop,
rub-a-dub, bath shop, hardware and paint and small kitchen appliances. He has forty
people working under his supervision. Jenkins andhis wife Helen, live with their
two children at 3940 MV 196th street in Carol City.
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Negro YouthsWashington


The govern- Of the 20 areas included in Detroit, Pittsburgh,Clevelandand
ment says nearly one-third of the study, Los AngelesLongBeach Baltimore as well as St.
job-age non-white youths -- had the highest unem- Louis.
the vast bulk of them Negroesare ployment rate among white
unemployed in the nation's persons, 5.3 per cent. Nonwhite unemploymentrates
were between two and
20 largest metropolitan areas.A Washington has the lowest
three times that of whites in
newly completed Bureauof Jobless rate among white per- four areas Philadelphia San s., w.f .
Labor Statistics breakdownon sons, 2 per cent. 'Francisco-oakland; Newarkand
unemployment shows the In St. Louis, the area with Houston.Of F
Jobless rate for all nonwhite the greatest disparity between
potential workers is triple that white and nonwhite unemployment the areas for which com-
of whites in six of the cities.It the white Jobless rate parative figures were provided -
says 32.7 per cent of non- was 2.9 per cent, the nonwhite only New York, Los
whites aged 16 to 19 were with- rate 12.3 per cent. Angeles-Long Beach and
out work--compared with an Nonwhite unemploymentwas Washington had nonwhite Jobless -
11 per cent Jobless rate for at least three times that rates less than double the
white teenagers in the same 20 of white persons in Chicago, white rates. i 4 t L rs ,
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metropolitan areas.
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ployment last year but believed -
accurately to reflect -
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current urban employment
patterns,. appear certain to
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generate concern as the na-
tion's big cities face another c
summer of predicted racial
violence.In tt '
the St. Louis metropolitan -
area, the total nonwhite
unemployment was more than
four times the white rate. dlfd ,
No city-by-city breakdownwas f
provided on teenage unemployment J
by race.
The figures on total unem-
ployment varied widely from

area to area. _. -- @ Southern Bellr
In Detroit, Pittsburgh and
St. Louis, more than 10 per Donnie Amos Carter, 24 years old, is a graduate of
cent of the nonwhites in the St. Augustine's College. He started work with Burdine's
work force were unemployed. Department Store, Dadeland August 7, 1967 as a sales S
In Washington, only 3.2 per person. On October 30, 1967, he was promoted to Selling!
cent of the nonwhites in the Department Manager in Dadeland. He holds an AAA
work force were unemployed. rating with the store.


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Urban League Annual Report Says .; ..




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Some 600,000 people came toUrban League offices
in 83 cities in 1967 with problems about jobs, fami-
York.- "The source of equal rights and equal lies, welfare services,education,and other community ::;
opportunities are not outside the ghetto, but Inside," problems.
states the National Urban League's Annual Report,pub- More than 40,000 people were placed in new or !upgraded -
lished March 10. jobs, almost 5,000 were placed in On-the-Job
Affirming its belief that many of the problems of pov- Training Programs, while 8,500 Negro workers in the
erty and discrimination can b e s t be solved by action Labor Education Advancement Program got appren-

programs in the ghettos America,the Report, issued ticeship positions in the predominately Negro collegesgot W P 1
jointly by Lindsley F. Kimball and Whitney M. Young, a more up-to-date education because the League's
Jr., president and executive director respectively,details Summer Fellowship program placed more than 60 of
the Urban League's programs for the 1967 fiscal their professors in high level summer jobs in sophisticated 'Jft I
year, and explains the impact these programs have had industries. In New York alone, more than 2,000 1
on people's lives. People like; families were helped to buy or rent In integrated neigh- "-
Jerry Bailey, a newly married dishwasher from borhoods. Over 1,000 potential community leaders got '
Jacksonville, Fla., who got Urban League counselingand Urban League Leadership Development Training. The In Charge ofC'tion--;;; ;
in welder's job at over which serv-
training and placement a Report lists other Urban League programs I
twice his former salary. ed thousands more.
Mrs. Edna Adams, a mother of nine receiving public The Urban League continued its march toward the Files at Americana HotelYvonne
assistance in South Bend, Ind., who became interestedin goal of 100 affiliates by 1970. New Leagues added in
the League's Leadership Development program. The 1967 were Albany, N. Y.; Birmingham, Ala.; Colorado
training she got enabled her to take an active, constructive f .gs, Col.; Columbia, S. C.; and Dallas, Texas. Scott, 21, lives at complete charge of all con-
role in her community, becoming senior advisorto .ce the year's end, three more new Urban Leagues 276 NW 6thSt., Miami,andhas vention files. Her job is simi
the Campfire Girls, a participant in the League's have been added to bring the total of 86. They are been a resident here for just lar to that of librarian; she
consumer education programs, and a neighborhoodleader. Tacoma, Wash.; Madison, Wis., and, continuing the over a year. She attended does some typing,and answers
League's drive to organize the South,Knoxville,Tenn. Douglas High School in Live telephone requests from the
The Sanford Robinson Family, who found that Mr. The National Urban League spent a record$3,138,929 Oak Fla.. and St. Petersburg Americana convention sales
Robinson's 22 years of service with the U.S. Navy and on its action programs in urban ghettos last year, a Junior College for one year, staff, as well as calls from the
his steady job as custodial engineer in the Seattle, boost of more than a million dollars over the previous where she took a business many other Loew's hotels'
Washington school system, weren't enough to save him year's expenditures.The course. executive offices.
from discrimination when looking for a new home. The introduction to the Annual Report condemns She began at the Americana
Urban League's Operation Equality program steppedin gradualism, tokenism, and separatism alike, saying Hotel of Bal Harbour one year She is planning to take a
and found a new house for theRobinsons in an inte- that America can no longer afford them."The dispossessed ago, with nopreviousbusinessexperience. course in shorthand, with an
grated neighbrhood. ," the Report goes on to state, "Can no more She was trainedas eye on a position as an executive -
"Spivey," a "born loser" whose drifting in the say: 'I want to be just like them a file clerk and is now in secretary someday.
streets of New York came to anendwhenhe joined the "He has made a new proposition, America's sake
New York Urban League's Street Academy school for and for his.
dropouts. "Spivey" is now a high-ranking student at "With resources and opportunities, with rights and
Marquette University. expectations, he now proclaims; 'I want to be me.' Register Now!
While the personal stories of individuals aided by The Urban League,a national agency devoted to help-
League programs are dramatic, so too are the sheer ing people to fulfill their hopes and dreams,has titled
numbers of people reached last year. its 1967 Annual Report "I Want To Be Me." The books are open




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Friday, March 15, 1968 THE MIAMI TIMES' 19-B
Miamian Tells
College
Students
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Get O'BRIEN TEAMWORK AND

Ready-The World Awaits


PROGRESS ARE PARTNERS...


You With Open ArmsNegro



urged to college get students were types of positions opening up During a forum at 200pm.;
readygenuinely for
Negroes, Mr. Portlock in
Heyn Memorial
Chapel, the
ready-- for"a world that said, includes
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awaits you with open arms"bya eight visiting alumni gave
Negro executive of a Philadelphia 1. Self-destruction, such as brief talks. These were fol
Pennsylvania phar- overly and unnecessarily lowed by question-and-an-
maceutical firm who spoke on "criticizing your college." swer discussion of the various
the Bethune-Cookman College 2. Over-eagerness. "Don't employment areas represented. -
campus recently. become a 'house' Negro, put Urban League consultantsalso
in the show-window so the firm took part.Individual. .
Carver A. Portlock wl ul
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mian and 1955 graduate of Be- He referred to these as the x r
thune-Cookman, the students con-
gave key- "modern Uncle Toms."
note talk at ferred with the alumni
a one-day "New guest
3. A rush to Judgment in
government -
Careers and Urban
Opportunity Conference affairs "The League represen-
." He is community affairs has Negro tatives during the noon hour in
fought and died for democracy -
coordinator for the the dining room. : ;
; we are committed to help ,
Smith, Kline and French Lab- make It work. : ii

oratories, Philadelphia He 4. Cultural deprivation. David L. Leaver, assistant
was one of eight B-CC alumni .
"Let a new generation of men professor. of sociology at Be-
taking part in the conference, arise to take control." thune-Cookman College, re-
who have collectively been out
ceived a Ford Foundation
of college an average of seven The National Urban League, grant to attend a conferenceon

years. a 57-year-old organization social work education at

Although Mr. Portlock citedan devoted to Negro Job development Minneapolis, Minn., January
increase of Negroes in the and vocational guidance, 23-26. Besides general sessions
high-income bracket from 1.6 cooperated with Bethune- the program included
percent in 1950 to 12.2 percent Cookman faculty and students forum, workshops and discus
in arranging and financing the sion hours.
in the most recently t iti 'VllfS
conference, at which the alum VUTY SUPPLIES ,
available statistics, he also i. Av' I '
pointed out that only 28 per nontraditional !
cent of employed Negroes today areas of Negro em Professor Leaver enrolledfor 5
ployment. j
have higher-grade Jobs,, a workshop In teaching social ,
compared to 65 percent among Besides B-CC students, the work as a profession,and
whites. for a discussion of selfstudyasatooliaaccreditation H'.wUi
conference
was open to Negro
He also attacked the increasing high school students, recent .
cost of living for the graduates who might consider B-CC plans to enter upon a

poor In city "ghetto" areas, entering college, and other interested general self-study later this W.J. O'Brien Co.
and held it up as an added incentive citizens.Dr. year.
for Negroes to get
quality education that will lead Florence L. Roane, Beauty Supplies
Education Division
to good jobs."Hangups". Chairman,
and James H. Keys,Jr.Director Sponsor of the meeting was
to be avoided of alumni activities,headed the National Council on Social l 7211 N.W. 2nd Ave.maule .
In preparation for the new the B-CC planning group. work Education.


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1 TEAM

increasing sales is no accident /-
A successful business/ with constantly

u I growth of The Coca-Cola Bottling Compaq
The continuous 61-year
of individual
of Miami, is based upon a strong foundation and
effort of conscientious training
backgrounds, blending into a total ,

teamwork. of each individual as part of the
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This concept of utilizing the assets
team effort begins high on the corporate /level/ of The Coca-Cola Company.It .
is maintained by the locally owned and operated bottling plants; suchas
of Miami which bottles and distri-
the Coca-Cola Bottling Company
butes the products to every convenient consumer outlet in Southeast .
Florida.
maintain this teamwork principle for
"We have a daily challenge to "
the purpose of presenting the finest quality soft drinks to our consumers,
said John Howard, executive vice-president of the Coca-Cola Bottling
Company of Miami. The Coca-Cola Company's family of fine products also

includes Tab, Sprite, Fresco and the Fanta line of flavors.
The entire operation, from the corporate level to the point of sale,
Charles Boone (left), Southeast Area Account Executive, The demands a large variety of skills and profess ions possessed by thousandsof
Coca-Cola Company, and John Howard, executive vice presi- individuals representing many races and nationalities throughout ,the
I dent of The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Miami, give an world. .
example of strong cooperation between the parent companyand
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Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Miami, which includes six
other plants in South Florida. He Is shown here with David
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plant manager.

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Opportunities in the Miami firm encourage each member of the team r
to develop his skills and talents through education and on-fne-/ob/ training -
Simply stated, the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Miami's policy is
based on the obvious fact that the growth of a large corporation demands '
capable personnel without regard for race, creed, color or national; origin.
Adherence to the idea of teamwork presents on opportunity for indi-
vidual and personal growth by one's contribution to the ove .all/ effort.
< A vivid example of a man who has grown with his company is Bernie
Jackson, a route manager, one of two Negroes holding this key position at

.'. the Miami plant. Seven years ago Jackson joined the Coca-Cola Bottling ,
Company of Miami as sander in the cooler/ department. He was subsequently -
promoted to cooler service, route salesman swing route salesman a
and then to hispresent position of route manager.Jockson.is one of many . M
who typify the company's policy of promotion from within.
Opportunities on all levels of operation await individuals with the
preparation equipping them to accept the challenge of becoming a memberof
this team. The Coca-Cola Company is dedicated to a progressive approach -
with on enlightened view of the future for its employees and con-
r sumers. Frank Martin is shown repairing a vending machine coin
r These pages show some of the persons involved in the activities and ; changer on location his radio-equipped"shop-on-wheels." I
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employees at the Miami plant, as he displays his 40-year pin, I
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22-B THEMIAMI TIMES Friday, March 15, 1968 !!Jo.y..........................:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.;.;.;.;...........;.......,........................................;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:


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:::. BY T. WILLARD FAIR :-:

THERE'S NO NEED TO Executive Secretary :

::: Greater Miami Urban League.V.V.V.V.V.VAV.V.V.V.V.V.V

REMAIN UNEMPLOYED .::.; ............!S: 'n'.'.''

x: an effort to comply with the "mood of the times" :::'

.+r ,';9 -"';'!.:".;.r. .n..n.e r"JOIN' w-j..e...+raa..an.r..e: .- General many employers have or are reviewing their present ::ij:::
'' >:i:: hiring practices, as well as practices with regard to ij::
: : THE: GROWING of ij::: the use of black employees. They are finding that the :::
;. Manager I:* employment and full utilization o f manpower skills ji:'

<' \': !:J: among their black employees have not always received :;

ROYAL CASTLE FAMItY1YOU Royal Castle :i: priority consideration in the order of problems to be ij
ij::: faced and dealt with by management. Revealed also, is :

.. . \ ij: the fact that more affirmative action needs to be taken ji;
-- ---_. -- .-.-. _. .-------.----. ---.....-- ---- ,------ ,",-' .-.-' Systems Heads ;} with regard to recruiting and hiring for ,Jobs at all :

>:: levels, but, in particular,for those at the blue and white :ij;
WE NEED JuniorLeadership ::: collar levels. j:
::: Since 1943, when the League was established, ;::
:: employment opportunities for Dade's black labor force, jj

: has been one of its primary concerns. In fact, one could .:;
ji:: say that the backbone of League programming, for :;|
Committee I:!j the past 25 years locally,and 58 years nationally, has ::;

James Rush, Chairman of :ji ij:: been Job development. Suffice it to say, the League is ::::
the Junior Leadership Comi::i ij:: generally the first source contacted because of its already :,
We have and will train :j:;: established working relationships with educational :\
jobs mittee of the EEOTF, Is a softj j:|
:ji:: Institutions and employers all over the county *:;
spoken man with hard convic- 'j::
tions. Since October of 1967, :ij:ij:;: and country. :
:i:::| The efforts of the League, relative to placement prior :jji:::
he has met with men j:
applicants to fill them. who, he believes, have young potenji, ji:::: to 1960, produced few results. This was due to limited :iji::
:; the of the with the :
tial leadership qualities. ::: personnel on part League, coupled :::
:: bias attitude of society towards black employees. '::
That's not very much, In it- :ij:
:: In the last five in we have witnessed a j:
: years ,Miami
ji jito
self. But, it is extraordinary :
Due to expansion we will have learn that these young men :ji::: change on the part of management regarding the exploitation ::jj:
are gangleaders In Miami's :::: of black skills. Many employers have hired :::|

low Income, minority group :::{ blacks because of fear, because of Title VII of the 1964 ::ij:
: Civil Rights Bill because It is now considered vogue :j:
Hence leaders. !j
openings from time to time for area. :| to have "a Negro," and because some have always believed ;:ji:
:: that a man should be hired on the basis of merit ":
The potential Jim Rush, is jj
for using this leadership toward :ji:: and merit alone. What motivates them is not important.What ij
: is Important Is the jobs. :
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new objectives; developing ji
In an attempt to meet the new demands by local man- j:
the employability; substituting :::
following jobs . : agement for black talent, the League in1964 established :
; I'I. values for bad and
; # good ; generally :ij:
: a Skills Bank. Through the Skills Bank flowed new :ij
'b 'f'f'fi1 '
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"' \ ."" ..-:'c.,".. ;:. :, :. . ;4. . I. and expanded job opportunities on the one hand and :
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r:,:. ; ti.- jfllS !, =-:, VW (\ IJ.. ,M. Lf" : ., ,rd/f\ ../1-.,,',"" A function of the bank is to locate :
'1'1 .:/,!! Ak ,.JL -vt: t..: ''''',,. /', .'" ,'..1-:. ..... "jt\41";." ... .' another. In one-to-one talks ,:ijwlththeseyoungstersMr. : primary (1) vocationally -
.1'f roI." '.WJtrfr:"*** 'I'T'1" **<3: **I :" 'T" 't :. ">' "r : J"visroor !\ and technically trained black men and women; :ij
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/'" '.' SELECTORS ::! !J"S{\ Rush says, "I knew there j; ((2)) skilled and semi-skilled craftsmen;((3)clerical and ::jj

: : : would be before I hired them." :j 'related workers; (4)) professional and semiprofessional ::ji:

The problems; tardiness;attij:j workers; ((5) candidates for apprenticeship and ::jj:
: related training programs; ((6) candidates for on-the- :::
tude;testing of rules' to name \
job and other management-sponsored training pro- :ij:
) a few. With the Buddy systemand i :
.'BMW'S HELPERS frequent talks with these ; grams. In short, emphasis is placed on locating black ::::;
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'; .- . .. boys, he hopes to overcome people who have skills for sale. It is estimated that the :ij:
: r' : /t these obstacles. Companies bank has contained at one period from 300-400 highly :::
.., : I: '.
who have indicated tohimthat qualified applicants. j::
they will hire youth he refers The talent search, conducted in the six predominantly ;::
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.f". BONER HELPER. ;: : to them are: Jordan Marsh, :: black ghettoes, revealed many things to the League. :ij:

: Eastern Airlines and Air In- .: As we conducted our search for skills, it became quite :ji.:
> ternational. : frustrating, for even though the opportunity become :|::

: ,; : .:. ', : ; equal was here .- It was not preceded by equal oppor- :|
I _. "" 'i Eventually, Mr. Rush would tunity. Therefore, progress for the bulk of black Dade ::;;
', '" c' '.' COUNTER :PERSONNEL like to see more effective lia- Countians was and still Is a meaningless term. Only ::

\ ky., .. son developed to locate and influence those individuals who in spite of-not because of equal :jS
",! other groupstostepupthe opportunity could qualify for the Skills Bank. ::
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', : A: ladder of leadership.We ;; Even though we have been able to place several bun- :::
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', need more Jim Rushesin dred individuals through the Skills Bank, we have not ;j:
t .J/! Miami. made a significant impact on the problem. Due to the :j::

MANAGER TRAINEES"::',, thousands of rejected accounts, the League had learned >::

., .. I .' ." .';I ,.' : that merely jobs for black individuals is not enough.- ::jj
I : '" :" We have learned that today -- more than ever- vo- '::
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\: : '. ;:: ; . :> : :. \.{ cational horizons of black youth must be expanded.The :::
I I. if v>'- SP sense of inferiority, self contempt, frustration ex- !j;

i ; Experience Necessary. pectation of failure implanted by ghetto life must be ::j:

.. , ; . eradicated. Unless these things transpire rapidly, the ;:
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\.%: :;i')fJL; : Applicants Will :BeConsidered gression.Despite the progress made by certain individuals :ij ji:

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\ /. /' ; and/or institutions, we are failing to utilize fully the ::
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l tJt.\t'\ *** *. M'J1' I" /:;; triple the efforts of the Equal Employment Service; :::
':' \1. ". >. . : '.''' the adult education and vocational departments and :
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\ ';". ; '1:' .li'f' r' .. 1 :.': 4J' It ;, couple this with programs geared to modification and :::
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':" "- -.' 5 ....,q. changing of parental attitudes relative to blue collar ji::
jobs, the progress of the majority of Black Dade Coun- ::
APPLY tians may never be sufficiently recognizable. ::

r \ [ft1ftiffljU J Recognizing that the past is but a prelude to tomor- :ij:;

9 AM 12 Noon Mon. Fri. row, the League has changed its focus in the area of j::
\ employment. Historically, we were concerned with de- ::
Education is a companion veloping "jobs" for those 300-400 middle class Ne- :::

which no misfortune can depress groes who after going through a cleansing process, :ij:
Royal Castle System Inc. no crime can destroy, were acceptable in the white work world -- on a token :::
no enemy can alienate, no despotism basis. '::
can enslave. At homea Presently, the League is concel ned with economic :
3800 N.W. 62nfl Street friend; abroad, an introduc- development as well as Job development. In the former, ::|
tion; in solitude, a solace and we are interested in Negroes becoming employers as :.:
in society, an ornament. It well as employees. In the latter, we will give specific ::j::
Miami Florida 33147 chastens vice, it guides vlr- attention to those job categories which the bulk of our :8:

ture, it gives, at once, grace black labor force can address' itself to. :::
and government to genius. The aforementioned processes will hopefully, pro- :jj:::

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Without it, what is man? A :; duce progress for the black community In contrast to 1=ji 1
splendid slave, a reasoning progress for a black individual. :::i:

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Friday, March 15, 1968 THE MIAMI TIMES 23-B

In this position, Pattersonis
Ex-Garbage Collector Heads $7.5 responsible for the collec-

tion of waste in the 27 municipalities -
of Dade County and a
Million Metro
DepartmentClarence yearly $7.5 million budget.
Patterson and his wife, the
former Maxine Brown of New
Patterson,35,was
born on a farm Jenkins Orleans, La, have five children -
"in ; Andrea, Debra, Robert,
County, Ga., one of those
shacks where you can see the :i 1w Clarence, Jr., and Theodore.
1* Mrs. Patterson is an LPN at
stars at night. His father wasa
t { the Miami Heart institute.
poor, hardworking farmer
w A member of the Board of
who later moved to Millen,Ga
Directors of the Carver
then to the Savannah slums. "
YMCA, the Board of Directorsof t
the time Patterson
By graduated b
Christian Bethel
from Beach High School, Hospital,
AME Church and Hilton FAA
his father and mother were
both in poor health,and he wentto Masonic Lodge, he has serv-

work to support them and ed as past Board member and .. ....... ..
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himself in the garbage collec- .i Treasurer of the Greater MI-
Savannah.tion department of the City of ? ami Urban League. YELLOW CAB RADIO DEPARTMENT HEAD I


Within seven years he had a Earnest Johnson, 3260 NW 45th St., has been with the Yellow Cab Company for 21 years and
been promoted from collectorto is in charge of the extensive radio department for the fleet of taxis. Johnson started with the
equipment operator to firm as a mechanic but showed so much promise that the Segal brothers, who operate Yellow I
supervisor, and had organized Cab, sent him to a radio technician's school where he worked up to his present post.
a union of his coworkersfor r

whom he served as business r :.:.........................';.;...;.;.;.;.;0-. ... ;.:.:.;.:.;. ..
agent for more than a ,$ ?

year.This union work propelledhim

into a Job with the American I

Federation of State, 35,000 copies of this supplement ti

County and Municipal Employees .-' ,.... . ...____0
(AFL-CIO) as anorganizer ii1
WASTE DEPARTMENT HEAD CLARENCE PATTERSON .
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in the country's metropolitan -
areas. For ten years he union and traveled to prac- 1967, Patterson came to Mia-
worked in this caXlcltyand tically every state in the mi from Houston, Texas to are being distributed throughout
took several courses in labor Union. He also served for two help negotiate the dispute. He
management sponsored by the and one-half years in Puerto Impressed Metropolitan Dade:
National Institute of Labor Rico still representing public County Manager Porter W. I I
Education during his spare employees in general labor- Homer to the extent of being Florida aid the United States.
time. manager! relations, griev- offered the Job as Chief of the
Patterson then became a ances and salary problems. Metro Waste Department. II:

trouble-shooter and interna- During the Miami garbage was three weeks before he ac L- J:

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Hampton House Motel and
140 dedicated people Villas you'll always remem-

ber the smile, soft voice, and

I. '- for every plane we fly. pleasant Elestine Crue.personality of Mrs.


L you're dedicated
\ Mrs. Crue came to the

< lets talk. Hampton House some seven
years ago as P.B.X.operator,

It takes qualified people. A lot of them. To and presently serves as
Desk Supervisor and instructor -
,work as Stewardesses, Flight Officers, Engineers, of Desk personnel.She also -

Ticket Counter Accountants doubles as public relations
, i Reservation Agents, Agents,
; ; representative,traveling
." Programmers. And in many other challenging, periodically to the National

rewarding positions. Newspaper Publishers Con-

We're looking for people who take pride in vention ference,and Southern other Beauty conventionsand Con

J doing a good job. And like the idea of conferences throughout:

'- gaining responsibility: and advancement the United States and the

Caribbean.Mrs. .
Yd as soon as they're ready for it.

; If an airline career interests you, Crue Is a native of Ma-
'y' ; I con, Goergia and attended Fort .
let's talk. Get in touch with Eastern State Fort
Valley College,
Airlines Employment Manager, Valley, Georgia, where she
r Miami International majored in "Social Studies"
.',. } Airport,
with special emphasis in the
,,' Y r Miami, Florida 33148. And tell him field of social work. She

J what area interests you the most. served as U.S.O. staff direct-
I ress and YWCA teenage
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I Miami International Airport, Box 787 I Miami.
I Miami, Florida 33148I
I She is a member of The
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I ,,, ' U I I am Interested in a position as I Church of the Open Door,
I I II where she serves 1 in the choir
and as a member of Circle No.
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/ Name Four. She is a member of the
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Women's Club and the
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City Parent Advisory Council of
,,, i __________________ ElJEASTERN Little River ElementarySchool
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P, , __ being the mother of
two very active boys.

Mrs. Crue is definitely an

An equal opportunity employer asset to the Hampton House
and has played a major role
in its progress.


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THEMIAMI TIMES Friday, March 15, 1968


I, S.T.E.P. Offers Youngsters


Prudential'sProud. : M ] Motivating Work ExperienceS

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Is Dade County'sSummer ment to earn funds which will 1968. participation, in this
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Employ- permit their continued education case, employing, onatemporary -
. ire.: ,_ ment Program Temporary It Is the first in September, or to en- basis, youngsters, 16-21
step that will be offered to courage drop-outs tore-enter years of age, who intend to return -
school, (this Is between- to school for the fall 1968
many Dade County young peapie
. to serve the Greater Miami Community.And who might not otherwisehave s c boo 1-term program),and school term. Many replies
will be which com- have been received indicating
a means by
to learn
the opportunity
Prudential of who have
is proud its representatives
1- I the basic requirements of the merce and industry can contribute employer willingness to be apart
helped make this community a better place to live. employer and will, too, offer to the future employ- of STEP.

People like Roy Ross and Ed Moore . Rudy Mack Bill a vating youngster work meaningful experience.,moti-Stepis ability The Task of our Force local has youth.sent STEP resolve Is the problems'A merlcan throughthe Way'to

Lee and Zeke Burrows . Brenda Adams and Gloria Manson . a program to open doors, letters to Dade County's busi- joint efforts of local facilities -
otherwise closed, to youth in ness community asking for ands g e n c Ie s including
Sumner Sweeting. need temporary employ- their participation in STEP- business, education and local

Each of these people provide the kind of personalized and government. The Florida State
Employment Service has been
conscientious service that each of us can appreciate. And each of designated as the agency who
will collect applications and
of them is proud of what their contribution to our community means- keep such records as Is re-

security for individuals, families and businesses right here in our quired.
This program is part of the

area. County's total summer program
which is under Robert
These men and women are |ut one reason why we say . ,
Simms of the Community Re-

. Prudential understands. lations Board,as Coordinator;
-- .. Simms will direct the Summer
Recreation and Education programs

utilizing schools,
playgrounds, recreation and
entertainment facilities
well. The role of the Equal
Employment Opportunity Task
Force is as follows:
It will assume responsibility -
for : (1) Execution of the

I S.T.E.P. program as outlined
above. ((2))Catalytic coordinating -
a leadership(but not super-
4 vision of operating programs
relating to 'hard-core' sum-
4i
mer adult employmenteitherwith
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ROY V. ROSS EDWARD =x'r ,
I I MOORE ). This planning and
Miami Shores District Miami Shores District I ___.............y... implementation basically involves -

:-' Carolyn Thompson, 829 NW 69th St., a Booker T. Washington employment efforts by
r High graduate, came to Jordan Marsh on June 16, 1966 Federal, County and City Governments -
through the Job Fair sponsored by Florida State Employment. in our area as
r; She was assigned to the Stationery and Greeting Card depart- well as the National Alliance of
ment as a salesperson. Miss Thompson has become an excel- Businessmen.
n lent salesperson in this area and has progressed very rapidly. -

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I PASSBOOK SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SAVINGS ACCOUNT CERTIFICATESSave

Save by the 20th- by the 10th-
Earn from the 1st. Earn from the 1st

I 4/2 "per annum 51/4%
par annum
/ Current Dividend Rttt .
paid! and compounded ' "" When held. foe st lent 6 monthsMinimum .
quarterly Investment"
On. nl l. Nal on r Oldest e. GrOesf" 12.000 or more

Dade Federal Saving
BRENDA ADAMS GLORIA MANSON V!Nr! AND IOAN AOCIAtION O/ MIAMI
Miami Shores District Miami Shores District J0alPN M II TON. hnld.nl .Certificsie Accountsopened
4_ between the 10th
end 20th will sun dividends
for the month st the Peo.boob"".

.. THE PRUDENTIALINSURANCE I CONVENIENT 111GpOMks h 1101 AIIwIteA N.W. lulld E/iu.t..tlf SrNNA 11011II MMi Si..cb Ow fttois Offke JAI Sir Lake Otfwesrs
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I First National Seeking People For Banking Careers



The First National Bank of Like the practice of law or ment on the first Job to ad- both by the bank and by pro- for all new employees.- quirement is,generally high

Miami is actively'seeklng to medicine banking is a profession vance to higher positions fessional organizations of the school diploma. The best ad-

I employ young people whohavethe for those who want to through taking advantage of the banking industry. vice to young people who want
desire and ambition for a make it their life's work and continuing training and educa- The First NationalBank William D. Hewett, Vice to enter banking is this; Get

long career in banking. are prepared after employ- tional opportunities offered stresses tontheJob training President and personnel Officer as much education as you can;

of the Ban, says that don't be a "drop-out;" study

virtually every department of hard and make good grades;

Give Him Your Time and "Goody' Solkoff' Will the the-institution job training has for special new employees on-- take tunities advantage offered of the to make oppor-a

because
"we want all career of banking.As .
of our employees to progressas
rapidly as possible through an equal opportunity employer -

Train You as a Sheet Metal WorkerGoodwin becoming adapted to higher The First National
positions. Bank of Miami has had an active -

representative on the
Solkoff owner and Mr. Solkoff was asked why There is no criteria for en- company. He will be able to Equal Employment Opportunity -

founder of Atlas Sheet Metal he instituted this training program tering the class. A high school help them because of his experience "Such Task Force since it was
Company is one of the most in his plant. diploma is helpful but not with his program so training, he explains organized in Miami. The bank
"is an essential part
knowledgeable men in his "My reasons are obvious," necessary. "Many boys and that they will have smooth also has participated in the
of operating a large bank because
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field, and has been business he answered. "Not only will young men," Mr. Solkoff stat sailing. "Job Fairs" sponsored this
we must train the
in Miami and Hialeah for over this give my men a chance to ed, "who have dropped out of of ma- organization in cooperationwith
jority our people and our
twenty years. Mr.Solkoff, call Improve themselves, but feel school, because of a lack of interest Atlas Sheet Metal Co. will the Urban League and MI-
own trainees are the best
e d, "Goody" around the plant, this shows me their willingness in academic subjects, soon become a subsidiary of source of adequate personnelwith ami-Dade Junior College and
is a man who believes in progress to learn,and to eventually are our best enlisted newemployeesthrough
pupils. Mercury Aircraft, and anticipates which to staff the bank.
Progress In this instance take on more responsi Mr.Solkoff is ready and will- moving to larger'quart Because of this,we seek its own personnel

are classes inbasic and bility." ;in g to talk to any businessman ers in the fall.However there people who have both the young desire fice, constantly calls on the
intermediate sheet metal and There are no promises of who would like to institute an will always be time to help and ability to to Florida State Employment

related math given to em- promotion or pay increase after working hours class. He others to help themselves. higher Jobs by taking progress advantage Service for beginning employees. -
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ployees of Atlas Sheet Metal given to the men who take this will tell them how to contract Call Mr. Solkoff at 8883411and of the .
training offered to
Co., at 259 NW 23rd St., Hia course. They will however with the State for teachers so give him a chance to open help them to move forward."
leah. Class sessions are after receive certificates at the that the cost of the programIs avenues of progress for your Also the bank currently is
working hours and are taughtby completion oftheclassand almost negligible to the employees. planning a recruiting program

certified teachers Mike hopefully, since this is an on- In addition to the by sending employment repre-
Bailey and W. 0. Evans. going program, those Inthe training sentatives to the campuses of
courses offered bank
the
The only contribution the basic class will go on to the 1 by Miami-Dade Junior College
itself the American
employee gives is his time. intermediate group. Mr. Sol- Institute here and other schools and
of Bankers in this
area offers
All expenses for books, koff, has for the past three colleges in the state.
some 40 courses In the basic
equipment, teachers and years, met with some selected Your i and fieldsof
registration fees are paid by menevery Wednesday i varying specialized Hewett was the bank's

Mr. Solkoff so that self-im night for an advance class. banking. The First National representative on the Equal
I TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE ) Bank the tuition fees for
provement is made easy. There is a great lack of experienced pays Employment Opportunity Task
_ ; Classes began in January and qualified men in the those employees who attend Force until last January, and
'. will continue for 24 weeks, Sheet Metal field, and one aspect COULD BE ADVERTISI I these night courses in order the present representative is
to become for advanced
qualified
three hours a week, for a totalof that Mr. Solkoff realizes YOUR BUSINESS IN I Vice President John Roberts.
positions.
72 hours.In might happen after these men ''t "" L.
order to make sure that trained by his own staff,is that .lcm.J i0mt} itncx I Both Hewett and Roberts
the curriculum offered wouldbe other companies will 'pirate' The personnel policies of emphasize that First Nationalis
correct, Lindsey Hopkins them away from Atlas. "This CALL US TODAY! } The First National Bank call anxious to receive applica-

Vocational School was consulted doesn't bother me. Progresspays I for promotion within the ranks tions from young people who
and a course outline was off, and we at Atlas know 6530 NW 1S Ave I of the organization to fill high- have adequate educational

structured. Mr. Solkoff was that we will benefit by this pro k er positions,rather than seek- backgrounds and an earnest

the first teacher for appren- gram, and fully intend,to con- 691-0421 ing experienced applicants fork desire to learn about bankingso

tice Sheet Metal classes at tinue It as long as we have the every opening that occurs. that they can advance

Lindsey Hopkins back in the men interested inselt-im- steadily to more responsible "
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Welfare Department last year.
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worker for the Dade County
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Born in Daytona Beach,
Knight received his Bachelor BY MAIL
of Science in BusinessAdmin-
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staff sergeant prior to his dis- Dade County Children's Homein i ..
charge. Kendall and in 1965 was

During his enlistment, he named as the home's director 15 ,
spent two years in Okinawa and of professional services.
received a commendationmedal. In October 1967, he was
named acting MetropolitanDade I 10IIl
Knight received his mas- County Welfare Directorby Lepss hcan
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with Family Service in Bride- case supervision.He .
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is also responsible for j Mall to 6530 NW 15th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33147 :
before coming to Miami. the department's budget which ;I J'1

During his struggle for an includes $575,000 for direct Fill .. NAME. ,
education Knight worked aid, $1,118,000 for general I
nightly as a dishwasher and welfare and $1,097,000 to be I ant
sort order cook, and during used for the Neighborhood
three years of college, he as- Youth Corps program, a plan
sisted in the bars of the city. for employment in county departments Itlil t
Although he had received an of youths who are
academic scholarship, family chronically unemployed. .41')1)1'1 \ ,t :
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I Peoples Group of National js( ---Allo''er' Equal Opporfun/fyfmp/oyeri! I

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ployes, picked at random from North Miami Miss Roman Catholic she
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i They work for the Peoples Mrs. Ruth M, Simpkins, 5625 .i Avila Catholic Church in !
Group of National Banks, NW 31st Avenue; Mrs Constance Brooklyn, and plans to transfer \
serving the rapidly growing B. Mellerson, 6327 NW 1't her church affiliation to
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But they're making a strik- Brooks, 3005 North Bay Rd. _
ingly impressive showing for Veteran of the group is
their race, while at the same smooth mannered Winfred F .4t k ''' r
time carving out enviable Dorsett, an assistant secre-
4 careers for themselves in the tary to Board Chairman Leo-
gold-plated world of banking. nard Usina in the downtown office
Their backgrounds are as of the North Dade banks.
diverse as would be those of He was one of the original \ )
any group selected without advance group which Joined Usina 18 -- \ --
planning from the boil- years ago in establishing the TRAVESTINE WILLIAMSof RUTH M, SIMPKINS
ing maelstrom of American Peoples First National Bank the board of directors of B, W. I. After college level Peoples banks last October.She .
citizenry. One came here from of Miami Shores. Other affiliated COAMPE, Inc.,an internal organization schooling at St. Lucia, she ; '1' is a member of the Rock
Texas. Another was born in the Peoples banks organized composed of em- came ,to the United States in of Ages Missionary Baptist
British West Indies, while a since 1950 have brought the ployes who have been with the 1959, and attended Central Church.
third is a native Miamian. total to six.WINFRED. Peoples Group for eight yearsor Evening High School in Brook- One of the older in point of
One is a former employe of longer. At home Dorsett Afterwardsshe
lyn, N. Y. seniority among the peoples
a Wall Street brokerage. An- and his wife are parents of completed a four-year com- GWENDOLYN SHELLEY Group of Negro employees is
other is a former school three children, all grown. mercial course a t the East Miami-born Gwendolyn 26-year-old Mrs. Constance*
teacher. A third,with a college Travestine Williams, the Evening High School in Ro- Shelley, a clerk in the loan department B, Mellerson. A Bookkeeperat
i. level education, worked as a ex-Texan in the group, is a chester, N. Y1Graduated at the Miami Shores the Peoples American bank,
f' housemaid in the lack of any clerk in the accrual depart- in 1964, she re- bank, attended Dunbar Ele- she went to work in October,
i other Job opportunity. She ex- ment which serves all six of turned to New York where she mentary and Booker T.Wash- 1966, after six years of gen-
plains quite simply; the Peoples banks. Accrual u...__. ..____ ington High School, and after eral office work at Jackson's
"I came to Miami to get an headquarters are at the Pea graduation went on to three Byrons.
j education. I met my future ples National Bank of Commerce years at Hampton Institute in A native Miamian, she was
husband and we were married. Hampton, Va. During this graduated as second in her
Then we had the children, % Born in Texarkana, Mrs. period, Miss Shelley was em- class at George Washington
which made it necessary to Williams is the daughter of a ployed by the Citizens Marine Carver High School, and later
have extra income. I had to get Baptist minister. She was edu- Bank of Hampton. She hopesto attended Morris Brown Col-
a job, and I had to take what I cated in the public schools of return to the Institute to takea lege in Atlanta. She is the mo-
could get." her native city, and attendedT B. S. Degree in accounting.In ther of one daughter, and a
" < Despite their diverse backgrounds ... i1 S keg e e,' institute at the meantime,she is a regu- regular attendant at the St.
I all of the eight-- $ Tuskegee>. Ala., for four anda lar attendant at the New Providence PAUL AME Church.
picked in a random selection DORSETT half years. Missionary Baptist Two other Peoples book-
-- have three things in com- Born in Miami, Dorsett is a She taught school in Church keepers, both stationed at the
. mon. They all have educationsat graduate of the Booker T. Texarkana before coming to Mrs. Ruth M, Slmpkins, a Commerce bank, are Mrs.
high school and college Washington High School, and Miami in 1966, and was em- clerk in the credit department Sheila Brooks and Mrs. Ruth
levels. They all are church for many years has been one ployed as a teacher in Dade at the Peoples First National Lee. Mrs. Brooks was born in
members, and attend religious of the more substantial members County before taking her pres- "' Bank of North Miami Beach, Kingston, Jamaica, and was
services regularly. And they of the community. He is ent job with the Peoples banksin was born i n Vicksburg, Miss. educated in the Kingston
all hold responsible positions a member of the YMCA's Car January. Mother of three ANNA MARIE GLASSEwas After graduation from the schools and at Lindsey Hop-
at the Peoples Group 0 Banks ver Branch, and serves on the children, she is a member of a clerk with the Mangel Bowman High School there, kins in Miami. She was em-
.., ., Members of this group include board of trustees of the Churchof the st, Paul AME Church. Stores, and performed secre- she attended AlcornA&MCol- ployed by the Jamaica Tele-
; Winfred W. Dorsett, of the Open Door, as well as Anna Marie Glasse, a sec- tarial duties for Abraham & lege in Lor man,Miss.,for one phone Co., and Value Service,
I 3295 NW 43rd Terrace; Mrs. the board of the Christian Hos- retary at the Peoples American Co., Wall Street brokers. She year. Now mother of the Ltd, before coming here three
. Travestine Williams,7016 NW pital, Inc. National Bank of North Mi- came to Miami in February, children, she came to Miami years ago She joined the Peo-
\ 6th Avenue; Mrs. Anne Marie In the bank, he is a member ami, was born at st. Lucia, 1967, and went t o work for the 12 years ago, and joined the ples banks a year ago.

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Graduated NorthwesternHigh Graduated Booker T.Wash- Graduated Northwestern (
Graduated NorthwesternHigh School in 1964. Hired in
1961. Worked for the Depart-
ington 1945. Started at Jack-
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School 1959. .
Workingfordepartment the Department of Public Safe
ment of Public Safety for five
of Public Safety ty in 1965 as Police Officer. son Memorial Hospital as an
since 1964. Started as an aide, Attending Miami Dade Junior years. Presently a Nursing
orderly, is presently a Physi-
is presently an inhalation College studying Police Criminology Assistant, Jackson Memorial r :
Therapy Technician II. cal Therapy Aide.ROBERT Hospital \ 11

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the Research office as a Unit Control Clerical.
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every day and every month is crucial to the buyers and to the
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ling and what is not selling.The buyer also uses the Unit Con-
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CATHERINE SMITH SELENA FORBES PAUL CLIFFORD E. DARRINGTON :j;;
10770 S. W. 150th Terrace 1070 NW 58th Street 2360 NW 60th Street :
Graduated Carver High Graduated Northwestern. Graduate of Booker T. Graduated Harper High |;;I I Ix

School. Started with Department High School 1965.Presently is Washington High School 1963. School, Jackson, Ala. Hired :: STAY IN SCHOOL

of Public Safety in June of attending Miami-Dade Junior With Jackson Memorial Hos- Department of Public Safety. !: r
College in the second year of :
1967. Promoted from Clerk pre-teaching and has workedin pital a laborer for three in the years storeroom; startedas Presently a Police Officer \:;

Typist I at Jackson Memorial various jobs part time to Sept. 1963, presently is an Inhalation (trainee). 1 PREPARE YOURSELF II
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Vocational Education at permanently. Call Mr. Dobbs formation.
Northwestern Senior High
School, has a dynamic new approach -
sale !
sale topreparing young- &
sters for future employment. :1
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MISSES' COOL
COTTONS MISSES'
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TRIMMED A-LINE SHIFTS ZIPPER STYLE PANTSREG. Northwestern were enlargedto
include completely student
operated restaurant.In .

SPECIAL! 1.00Striped 3.99 1.59Setin
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ation, Mr. Dobbs can already
seersucker, sheer floral prints, waistband No iron Dacron boast of placing graduates in
polyester/cotton solids. Sizes 8.16 in
checks. Ric rac trims. Petite, Small. Polly Davis Cafeterias,Jordan -
group. Marsh, Burdines, and
Coconut Grove Playhouse to X( SrNly
name but a few.

rvjia/e/
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; f a-i&k v ? baking course takes 11th and r
24x42'V27x4$" BETTER *; > iTiiG i&a" 12th graders through all

QUALITY AREA, BUGS'y ;; AND FEATHER NLLofys; tion phases, from of the restaurant planning opera-of

" : y ,'1;a ,,i menus and purchasing of foodsto
1 the preparing, serving and
2995.99 VAl. 105 ?, .;.,:P., REG. 1991.39 cleaning up. All class work is
on a rotating basis so that each .
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Perfect color' accent for any roomy : Soft-and. plump, foam and, featherfpil*; student learns how to use all .b t
Many color !;Cn.! ,* patterns; ,,.Cottons* ';' 1 !y&1wji3 with florati cotton;covers limit y4 kitchen equipment. It is wortha .y .
1"'J' ," "i *i tour through the facilities to i-
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rayons, ,"polyesters" ". ..\ '. ;?.'\\>'aA:'j'.\of.._.,,:JJ'..I'l':;..j,'"#t:':.'i ',i see how, on a small scale,big -
business is simulated.

Supervisor of Laundry Room

sale sale Additlona 1 trades taught at

Northwestern are Dry Clean- Nettie Eady, age 30, lives at 451 NW 16th St.,
ing, Cosmetology, Tailoring, and is the mother alone son, Donald Slayton. A graduate
MEN'S FULL TURTLENECK
MARY PROCTOR QUICK Secretarial Skills, Weld- of Jefferson High School in Ridgeland, South Carolina,
ACETATE KNIT SHIRTS HEATING DRY IRON ing (both arc and gas), Auto Mrs. Eady has been employed with the Americana Hotel
Mechanics, Radio and TV repair of Bal Harbour for nine years.
and bricklaying and Ma- Following graduation from high school, she came
COMPo 15.00 9.88 COMP. 8.98 4.97 sonary. into the Americana laundry room as a "shaker. She
continued to go on to positions of higher responsibility
be made and eventually studied bookkeeping to further her pro
Arrangements can
Full turtleneck, long sleevesl! The most Temp-o-guide for heat adjustments.
wanted style! Hand washable White. Quality constructed. 1 1-year replace through Mr. Dobbs to hire gress.She
these classes, on a part time now holds a job of vital I importance In the hotel
S-M-L-XL. 1 1-Day O .Iyl! ment #10813.
guarantee. basis, or, what is hoped for as . Supervisor of the Laundry Room, and she is in
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1 out HOSPITALIZATION . . . . . . . $ Blue Cross

: own Affairs MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL EXPENSES '. . $

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The NATIONAL/ ORGANIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL After 5 years in the Fund $1,000 Life & $2,000 accidental -
TRADE UNIONS (NOITU) ;is a federation of local labor I death and dismemberment is added: every year
unions dedicated to serve all of its members regardless thereafter an additional $500 Life and $1,000 accidental
of race, color or creed.
death and dismemberment is added until a maximum of

For its members it has instituted a system of insurance $10,000 Life and $20,000 A. D. & D. is reached. (Thisis
which provides for a death benefit of up to our Senior Member Plan).

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death; dismemberment up to $20,000.00; weekly (up to annually)
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payments up ; maternitysick
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with pay for our female members; Blue Cross
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vice; wheel chairs and crutches; etc. Cost of Ambulance Service, limited to $15.00 per call,
Cost of Oxygen and the use of a Tent,
All of our Union contracts provide for holiday and
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vacations with pay;guarantede seniority and daily over- ,
time pay as well as other benefits. Cost of rental of a Wheelchair,
Cost of rental of a Hospital Bed with or without traction
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/ Board Program Helps'. Poverty. Youth -

:::.: it?V.Pm going to cOllege next year.What do I do about The students also go on group outings picnics, :tiffS:
movies and University of Miami ::
operas
campus
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The question came not from a graduating high activities. .:::..
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:::: school senior in a financially-secure .:
family but The one youth not participating regularly in the j:::
:: from a tough 20-year-old who outo'f :J
tenth with dropped the follow-up program has decided not to go to college. ij 1: J Ji
::: grade no thought
: or possibility o f ever Instead, he plans to attend a vocational training :,',.
:::: continuing his studies. ':
::: It is a question that Dr. Robert school. ;:
A. Rothberg is "That, too, is what Upward Bound is all about," j:::1
: hearing more and
::: more these
:::: the Upward Bound program at the days University as director of Mi-of said these Dr.kids Rothberg towards, "because post-high its school goal is education.motivating" )::::: .......
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:{? ami.Upward Bound, a college-motivation project for Dr. Rothberg said the long-term success of the ;jj::1 i -:
:::: high school students from poverty environments program is measured in many ways-..in the grow- ;::
:::1 seeks to provide the answers. More than that,it en, ing spirit of camaraderie among the students, in the .. II fiG.',:... .
:::: courages these students to ask the questions. emerging loyalty to each other and the project, in j;:::: -
:.:: Sponsored by a $67,774 grant from the U. S, Office the impact it is having on the schools the youngsters i Lti:
::11: of Economic Opportunity, the UMprogrambegan attend. s Barbara Brown, Vestibule Training graduate, working I
:::: last June with an intensive slx-weeksessionon Most of all, it is measured in the positive effect :; at Milgo Electronics Corp.
:::; the university campus for 50 youngsters recom- shown in the youngsters' own thinking tiS
:::; mended by their teachers, counselors and various A case in point is that the 20-year-old school ii|
:::: community leaders. drop-out who recently announced he was. going to ti;. IMPROVEYOUR
:::: "These were not picked because they stood at the college. g
::1: head of their classes," explained Dr.Rothberg,assistant "By the end of last summer,we thought we'd lost g
:::: professor physical education."Some were this boy," remarked Dr. Rothberg. "In fact, we'd WORTH
1:: getting grades of C and D due to lack of motivation, Just about written him off. But all on his own, he :|:
:::: although they had the potential to do better." went to night school, is getting his diploma and has jj< 'I..
:::: Thirty-nine of those chosen were boys, 11 were been working as a teacher's aide in his local Junior : PREPARE FOR A
:::; girls. Of the group, 13 were white and 37 Negroes. high school." ij;
:::; From over-crowded, low-Income homes, each was Asked why he did it, the youth replied, Maybe i ij E.; SETTER JOB
:::; handicapped by'lack of money. The majority never because you thought I couldn't."
:::: This fresh appraisal of self, this new-foundt..lith ${
considered that
college would be a reality,in their
:::; future. in their own decisions comes as a direct result of :j rj| Enroll Now in
:::; "That summer experience was frustrating at discovering that there are people who care, who ij;
1:: first," reflected Dr. Rothberg. "You can't expect have an interest in the students' futures. ij;
:::: these kids to suddenly turn on and say, 'isn't edu- One student, a typical teenager searching for :j; ADULT BASICEDUCATION
:::: cation wonderful?' identity, had let his grades slip disasterously low, jj;
:: However, when the follow-up program got underway although his standardized tests mowed high Intellectual :
,1:1:: in September, there were sparks of encourage- ability. Things went from bad to worse and jj;!
:::: ment. the boy simply stopped going to school. $!
:::1 One youth, after being reprimanded by his high "All his life, this boy had been told what to do. ;jj!
:::: schoolteacher, replied: "Look, if you don't like me He had never really made: any decisions on his own," j:<
:::: now, you would have hated me six months ago." said Dr. Rothberg. "We let him know that Upward j j Free at No Cost to
:::: The follow-up program has drawn back 49 of the Bound stuck with its students all the way,that we'd j:
:::1 original 50 students to weekly Upward Bound tutor break our necks to get him into college.But he had :j;,
:::: ing sessions at their various high schools and to to take the first step alone." jj You

:::::: twice-monthly Saturday meetings on the UM cam- Today, the boy is registered at Lindsey Hopkins jj
:: pus Educational Center and hopefully will get his high j:
111 Students receive a $4 stipend daily for the all-day school diploma within the next four months.He also j:
:::: Saturday programs, devoting their mornings to wants to go to college. ij FOR INFORMATION DIAL
:::: classes in mathematics, science, English and social College is not financially impossible for these ij
:::: sciences and afternoons to question and answer boys and girls, said the Upward Bound director. jj 377-8689
:::: sessions with visiting speakers.They learn to comb Potentially, they can receive up to$2,550infederal ji
:::1 through college bulletins searching for Just the right loans and grants yearly-- some through work-study j:''. AFTER 2 P.M.
::::. school for each of them and then takeup the task of programs and some which may be re-paid at low !S;
1:;: filling out college applications. interest after graduation. ij:
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Roy Finch has been In our employ

for the past seven years rising from
shipping clerk to one of the company's

most responsible positions, that of
warehouse manager. He supervises the
Y work of some dozen men, who keep our
chain of over thirty liquor stores and

twenty bars supplied with the materials

so necessary to our "MerchandisingLife.
A MONTHGOOD
DOWN i ." His academic background, which
includes a degree from Florida A. & M.
j University and his fine leadership
YOU BET! qualities well qualify him for the position as well as the responsibility -
REASON? of supervising the extensive paperwork controlling ship

ments exceeding many thousands dollars per week.

*Luby sells more new and used cars and trucks

than any other Greater Miami Chevrolet Dealer
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! NO PAYMENTS TIL MAY! Roy also maintains his position in the U. S. Army reserve
forces where he holds the rank of non-commissioned officer. He

HEVROLET CITY and his family have recently moved to their new home in the City

.of'Miami and our community can be as proud as we are of having I

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PROGRESS-Miami, THUMB


Then and NowBy jcSREEN


Ir'I
JOHN A. DIAZ I
Times' City Editor

Progress is the theme of this supplementary issue of The

Miami Times. To depict the progress that the Negro has madein .
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Miami within the past few years it is essential that we show t .., C" ""U 0'1 -FORK-- LIFT-
that the Negro has gained employment lucrative capacities.
Twenty-two years agothis writer was appalled by the scarcity PALLET4r I

and non-employment of Negroes in various business,government = I
and professional positions. SHELF BOARDS REG. 22 SALE

Today, we know of Negroes holding positions that they did
not dream of holding two decades ago. This is because thereis 1X12-INCH on Orson DoctorFERTIUZER

now better race relations in the Miami area than you can
find in any other part of Florida.In fi CHOICE SPRUCE 6-6-6

1946, in a branch of the United States Post Office In the 4
central Negro section in Miami,over 99 per cent of the patrons ti ZOC
YOUR
were Negroes; but doing clerical work, there was not a single N
CHOICE MANURE
SHEEP
COW OR )
Negro. As an editor, this writer was so shocked of this evi- =-I= See it1' Displayed so (OR
dence of racial discrimination that we made a picture of the 4 you can select the

scene -- a line of people buying stamps,one white person and a a boards that you'II be
s SI? using'' It s evenly RUN. FOOTQUALITY
twenty Negroes.
.( :ter sawed and milled
Today, a Negro, Hagan Eason, is the Superintendent of Vehicle [ smoothly STOCK
Operations in Miami's general post office. And it would
take pages to enumerate the number of Negroes who are hold-
ing positions as letter carriers, postal clerks,truck drivers, CLEARANCE wa A+dt* The sour,natural. of organic manure humu are a They Una :,
and other well paying Jobs in the Miami Post Office. are dahydrated, sterilized, pulvariiad -
and weed frae. Tha 66-6 50-LB, :, I
During World War n the "City Fathers" In Miami came to tAtE$ LCCYAANIJWJ'f/ "(30 I.ader% organic In the) U indu.try mad. by for a firm 0..1' Bpi II I

think that it would be a good idea to have Negro policemen, so, 90 YNn.

they used a shack and called it the Negro police station, and a J 11I/NNQsrl
few Negroes were made patrolmen. ItS'Jlolin" ,
BRIMS I STRATTON POWEIIDROTARY
These patrolmen however were to arrest . or "Ro,1
only Negroes. "
a white person committed a crime, or even a misdeameanor, r, Duch.Paint.. 5tJ 'M1 MOWERS G'
the Negro policemen could not arrest him. How ridiculous /" '

could Jim crowism get? ; ..,. I '...d'l J1 Dependable
Today, the police force in Miami doesn't only have Negro A ALL TORN lABELS DENTED CANS DISCON THREE hone power ((4 cycle)
policemen who can arrest anyone violating the law.but it also ,: '1INUED COLORS GO AT S0,o OFF'' WHILE e ENGINE provide husky energy -
has a Negro who is a police lieutenant, Leroy? Smith. . '_. .-. THIS STOCK LASTS'' for clean smooth
20-INCH wide mowing!
When the "powers that be" in Miami saw the necessity of ' Handle throttle bar control.choke"CASY-, and

having a police court Judge,highly educated attorney,a gradu- 6-FOOT SIZE DEC $10.98 e SPIN" starter.CHOICE .

ate of Michigan University Law School, was appointed Judge,
but only to Judge cases In which all the defendants were Ne- ALUMINUMSTEP 95 ,

groes, with few exceptions. That was segregation again with
vengeance! LADDER 68 I t tI

Now Miami has a municipal judge who is a Negro, and of COMPARE '
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course, able to try cases in which the plaintiffs and the defendants Two way let brxwitabe AT '
do not have to be Negroes. He is Judge Donald . size top $49 '4 k !
3 nek I tide raft t NIII p. ,
Wheeler Jones.
Double tinted II .
education have been teachers and in Each i
In Negroes principals angle braces I
all Southern cities for a long time. But to have a Negro in the Safely lock rM MODEL 420 4 =

administrative department of the Board of Public Instructionand Heavy duty 149,ONLY AT !
dealing with white and Negro teachers principals was chick' style
THIS LOW PRICE!
only a dream two decades ago. Today, Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, safety feet

a Negro, Is assistant to the Deputy Superintendent of Schools. ALUM)U'M SCREEN DOOR I

If you had told anyone in Miami a few years ago that a Ne-
gro would become a member of the City's Civil Service Boardhe : PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE OF SIZES*

would have probably thought you were losing your mind. Ap- I ': 2-FT. 6-IN. x B-FT 8-IN f
pointed a few days ago was Charles R. Hadley. >t : : :: 2-FT. 8-IN. x 8-FT. 8-IN. '

Several Negroes, Including this writer, tried very hard to CT1Nlf) :'I 3-FOOT BY 6-FT. 8-IN. \
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serve in the capacity of Miami city commissioner in order to All sixes -.:
'' have full- w I PREG.
represent the group, but they failed. But since the only thing y flow, non : PI
that is permanent is change, race relations became so good in 11 '"- couplings leak brass I

the Miami area that a lady who had failed to get sufficent votes I
d among Negroes to be elected, was appointed a liberal mayor '
''f
50-FOOT LONG
Mrs. Athalie Range, a dedicated public servant, a militant _
(t but sensible Negro, was overwhelmingly elected city commissioner /; INSIDE DIAMETERS 1
"*IN. NYLON =16.91
''I the past municipal election. .

,{ Another position that shows great progress in race rela- 1'/1 ......;,,. Extruded Heavy Gauge Aluminum Door

I tions In the Miami area and heldbya Negro, is that of super- fi 198 298 I 398 14391 : .:.Ht'ii-l..., ..:\, ...,;..!: Closer and Beautiful Tulip latch included:
.i In extruded aluminum
: visor of Home Economics Education Mrs. Maude K. Reid holds ::::?"" : : Pre ponder-hung frame.heavy ex-

this position because of her qualifications which were matched "

1 by no other woman in the county.

The employment of Negroes in the capacities aforementioned -
is only an index to the numerous positions being held in I
Greater Miami by Negroes. There are several other positionsin Lumber

business, In department stores,banks,warehouses;and also LindsleyyMIAMIDARE et
in city, county, state,and federal governments which qualified '
Negroes are proving their efficiency

Garth Reeves, the managing editor of The Miami Times, has
Illustrated in text and pictures in this supplement the wonderful -
STORES Open Sundays '1/12 P.M.
opportunities that are now open to Negro youths in various
kinds of employment. It should be an inspiration to them to

visualize these opportunities, so that they might not be led to rf 3505 N.W. 79th Street_Ph 696-2810 1635 N.W.28th St.-Ph. 635-4511 Lindsley-RBC
imitate the young Negroes who seem to think that the only way N.W. 7th Ave.& 127th St._Ph. 6817471N 2160 SW. 27th Ave.-Ph. 443.7432
to .W. 27th Ave.at 179th St.-Ph.621-0544) 812 S.W. 12th Ave.-Ph. 374-5108 Stores alsolocated
solve the
race problem is by upheavals or riotious be-
14300 N.W.27th Ave._Ph.688-6523 401 N.E. 167th St -Ph 949-3537
havior. 8820 Bird Road- Ph.221-8311 HIALEAH: 1295 W 49th St.-Ph. 821-2150
l 4300 Ponce de Leon-Ph. 443-7461 PERRINEtS. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.238.5535 I in:
V 496 NE. 79th St. -Ph. 757-4571 HOMESTEAD: 632 Washington Ave.-Ph 247-6813
------------------------- S. Dixie &SLudlam Road-Ph. 661.1672
West ((2 Stores)
5891. Dizi.Hwy-, .661.5361 MIAMI STORES BELOW CLOSED SUNDAYS Key
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SUBSCRIPTION ORDER I 3817NW. 17th Ave. -Ph 6338218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph 947-4711
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HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph 9896850 LAUDERDALE: 219 N.W,1st Ave_Ph 522-7411 Tampa ((5 Stores)
I Enclosed please find the of $.500 HOLLYWOOD: 801 N.21 Ave.-Ph 922-5624 POMPANO BEACH 142 S.W. 1st Ave.- Ph 942-0900() Largo '
sum OAKLAND PARK.< 1099 Oakland Park Blvd.-Ph. 565.6761 'FT. LAUDERDALE N,E. 3rd Ave. -Ph 522-2572 Pinellas Park
I( g to cover the cast of a one.year subscription ;,h, FT. LAUDERDALE: 2900 W. Browad Blvd 581.3900 .CFT( LAUDERDALE STORE CLOSED SUNDAY) St. Petersburg r1l, g

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Equality Offers Better HousingT. I

Willard Fair, Executive """'"
Director of the Greater Miami
Urban League, Is pleased to 1 m
announce that the first six
months of Operation Equalityhave .f:
been a success In that 33 Looking for work?
families have been moved Into ',
better housing than they had t I Meet competition.If
been living In. your .
Many families have regis-
tered with Operation Equalityfor
help In renting apartments >,
or buying homes, and the staff VI
for the project is working hardto L'y
match these families with
available accommodations.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sweetland, ros
family pictured above, are
very happy with their new .t. 4 t,
home in a suburban southwest
neighborhood. It is a great Im- MR. AND MRS. BILLY SWEETLAND I IraliJJ
provement over the crowded ,
apartment they were living,
Operation Equality has four
offices out In the city, so as j
to be more accessible to families J h
who want help in findingnew :
homes; their services are I .fl
free of charge. addresses
and field representatives are
as follows:
2338 All Baba Avenue,Opa-
locka, 685-0342 Mr.John i
papandrew. i- I.. .
6740 NW 15th Avenue, Mi- '
ami Cloud., 6913811Mr..Earl Mc- I ; ) you thinkstaying

536 SW 12th Avenue,Miami #
358-2226 Mrs. Hendrica in schoolis
Borden.
3378 Douglas Road, Miami
Sweeting.448-6268 Mr. Stafford x y tough, talk to

These offices open at 11
a.m. and are staffed until 7 -' someone who quit.
p.m. week days, except Wed- '1'. .. .
nesdays.The 1';
Urban League is an organization -
,
dedicated to Improving --'
the quality of life for SHEILA M. ADAMS I
minority groups In the United .
States and works toward Im- Graduated from Pontiac County April 1967; presently ,' ,
proving relationships betweenthe I Central High School,in Mlchi- Communications Operation, ,.\' ,.
races. I gan in 1964. Started with the Dept. of Public Safety. .' "I" /11if
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In 1936, Local 1416 of the International Longshoremen's As. Funds for our men. These funds represent a net worth of two mil.

sociation was chartered with a group of men who were working at a lion dollars today andwe are providing pensions, normal and disa

rate of thirty-five cents per hour. We certainly have progressed a bility, to 42 men each month at a rate of $150.00 per month. We

long way. Today, our men earn $3.58 per hour and we have one of provide group health and life insurance to our active men and retirees -

the largest labor forces in Dade County.In representing over $200,000 paid in 1967 to hospitals, doctors,

the last contract year ended September 30, 1967, we have non-occupational disability benefits and life insurance in our area.

worked 550,000 hours which represents at least two million dol We also pay to our men who work over 600 hours in a contract year,

lars contributed to the economy of Dade County. We have aided three paid holidays and a vacation benefit amounting to over

the employment problem in Dade County by taking 150 new membersinto $100,000 a year.

our Local in the past few years.In In conclusion, we feel that we are assisting in churning the

1956, we established the Pension, Welfare and Vacation wheels to produce a bigger and better Dade County, are you?

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I Go MTA and Leave the Driving to 372 Negro Bus Drivers J


Metropolitan Dade Countyhas creased passenger riding by and administrative- personnel. iority at maximum rates.
been in the bus businessfor more than 21% to the most bus who
recent Total payroll for MTA personnel Many operators join-
six years and to date, Its fiscal year total revenue during the last fiscal ed MTA during 1962 and 1963
chart of progress shows sub- passengers of 50,270,421 period was $5,458,440, an Increase are presently receiving
stantial gains In riding, mile (period ending September, of 27.4% over the first longevity pay of $2.65 per
age and revenue plus sizeable 1967). MTA has increased its f fiscal year following county hour. This represents the base
achievements in investing in revenue miles of 14,486,838and operation.As wage rate.
new equipment, payments of its '
operating revenue is In
outstanding obligations and up 26.2% to a total of$9,662041. ,- of March 1, 1968, MTA addition ten, bus operatorsare each
paid holidays
providing equal opportunity 'Expenses for employed a total of 608 bus
the public
two weeks sick leave and
employment.The ly-owned transit operators, of which 372 are year,
system have
two weeks of annual leave.All
Metropolitan Dade jumped 28.8% during the six Negroes. Throughout the MTA' operators receive
a $60 annual -
County Transit Authority is, years. Last fiscalperiodex- system, total personnel was uniform cash allowance,
five-man board of penses totaled R AS 930, of which 463 were Negroes
intact, a $7,279,835.The 0 travel time allowance, report
representing nearly
citizen-businessmen, ap- and turn-in time allowances
original ,
purchase of
50% of the work force.
pointed by the MetroCommis- private time and one-half
bus companies was accomplished J i4\r i1w payments
sion to serve staggered five- under a $9,000000 ,- Wage and fringe benefits for after 44 hours per week and
year terms. The transit policy Revenue Bond Issue. This MTA employeesareamongthe insurance benefits including
makers are headed by Chair- means that repayment of the highest in Florida and are representative hospitalization and a $6,000
man Raymond W. Butler, Jr.. obligations Is being made by Mi of top rates paid life insurance policy.
During its six year history the passengers of the system. i throughout the southern mar- The Transit Authority is
(MTA assumed operations of The Transit Authority must, kets. Bus operators, for example constantly interviewing and
privately-owned transit companies by law, be a self-sustaining a *t start $2.29 per hour, training new bus operators and
in February, 1962),the operation without the use of increase to $2.40 per hour prospective applicants should
-i-ansit Authority has In- any general tax monies. after six months, and to $2.52 apply to the Dade County Personnel "

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not all sitting behind the wheel. Here,several MTA operatorsJoin
MTA Chairman Raymond W, Butler, Jr., in presentinga
complete bus operator's outfit plus a gold-plated badge to
Jackie Gleason, alias Ralph Kramden, on Gleason's return to
Miami for another season of television productions.


During,the past six years, routes during the same period.In .

PN tl MTA has repaid $2,300,000 effect, the Transit Au-
v4 y1 the principal of the Bond ISSUED thority is a semiautonomousagency
r y d. Further, it has invested,$4- of the Dade County gov-
d 800,000 in new equipment for ernment. This means the
the passengers by purchasing Transit Authority members
150 air-conditioned coaches. serve at the pleasure of the z
MTA's air- conditioned bus Metro Commission which establishes ..
fleet now numbers 197 unitsin general policy and MTA bus operator Johnnie Williams of Miami Beach
a total fleet of 380. MTA approves budgets. Division Joins North Miami Beach Mayor William McDonaldleft
Metro Commissioner Lewis B. Whitworth greets MTA bud' presently operates a total of ( ) and Metro Commissioner Harold A. Greene (right)
operator Johnnie E. Adderly, Jr., of 2920 NW 69th Street, 44 routes, 12 more than ex- MTA employs a work force during .start of MTA bus service to Skylake--North Miami
I during a recent inspection tour of new Metro Transit Authority isted at the time of takeoverin of over 900 personnel including Beach area recently. Route H now provides service along
buses. Adderly is one of the 372 Negro operators employed by 1962. Further, service has bus operators,mechanics, Collins Avenue and 163rd Street to the 163rd Street Shoppingarea.
MTA been extended on 17 other other maintenance personnel .

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l\ LOOK THROUGH THE WANT APS IN YOUR NEWSPAPER,GO SEE
AS MANY EMPLOYERS AS YOU CAN TALK TO A FRIEND WHO
..- NAPA JOB LAST SUMMER AND SEE HOW HE GOT IT, TALK TO
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WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE CAN GIVE REAL GOOD ADVICE..
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and cents. Less than 8 years of schooling $ 172,000

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1-3 years of High School $295,000

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An area-wide effort to bring metropolitan Miami's tive jobs for the chronically unemployed by June, 1969, ,cities. The President has asked Congress for$350 million -

hard-core jobless back into the mainstream of com- and 500,000 byjune, 1971. NAB also will seek 200,000 to support the extra costs of the program.

munity life is being undertaken by Dade's business... and jobs for poor school-age youth across America. NAB will not duplicate the efforts of other commun-

industry leaders. Among speakers at the Miami reception was J. Paul ity job-finding groups, but will work closely with them.

The basic objective of the program is to obtain job- Austin, president of the Coca Cola Company,who is national Many of NAB's members are also officialsof these other

pledges for 900 underemployed persons by September vice chairman of NAB. organizations.

1968, and have them on payrolls by June, 1969., Working with Raven will be Miami business execu-
The ultimate goal is 6,000 jobs for the disadvantagedby Austin was introduced to the Miami executives by tive Robert Wahl, who will be director of the major

1971. William F, Raven, vice president of pan American firms division of NAB,and Ralph Swartz,who will head

The group was formed as the Miami unit of the new- World Airways, who will serve as Miami Metropolitan the small firms division.

ly organized National Alliance of Businessmen. The Chairman of NAB. Others are Charles Potter, head of the Community

goals were announced to about 40 business leaders ata The program already has received favorable com- Relations l Board's Equal Opportunity Task Force;

reception in the Columbus Hotel. ment. In newspapers and national news magazines because Robert Simms, deputy director of the CRB; William

NAB will have an additional goal here in finding jobs it is attacking a problem hitherto without an apparent Wynn, of the United Fund; and Phil Seagren, directorof

for 2,600 school-age youth this summer. To achieve solution; What to do about the massive reservoir adult education for the Vocational Division of the

this, the group will work with officials of the highly of the poor and unskilled: who remains jobless year Dade Schools System.

successful summer Temporary Employment Program. after year. NAB was organized as an Independent nonprofit corporation -

The National Alliance was inspored by President The NAB's primary objective will be to stimulate the with headquarters in WashingtonHenry Ford

Johnson's manpower message to Congress January 23, local business communities to provide jobs -- and n is chairman, and the board directors includes the

and has set a nationwide objective of 100,000 produc- training -- for the unemployed in the nation's inner chief executives of 12 major firms.






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Joe Korshaw to Run For
Landlords Beal.Convictions ._ Senate Passes


State legislature

For Civil Rights Bill

Joe Kershaw, local educa-

tor will seek the Democratic

nomination for House District After more than seven ate-House conference for negotiations -

No Heat Seat 99. This seat is currently weeks of stormy debate, on or amend the Senate -

held by Representative Jess Monday the Senate passed a version on the floor and

The convictions of four Yarborough who has announced r civil rights bill 71 to 20. The return it to the Senate. ,
was completed.
his candidacy for the office bill would remove racial barriers The bill would, as passed by
landlords on charges of falling Judge Cullen did not rule on
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of,Public Service Commission: from,about, 80 per cent the Senate;
to provide adequate heat, tie constitutionality the ? "
ft- : 'Kershaw is.'married and the" 'of' the"1 housing in" the,!natibn.. ," Prohibit discriminationby '
'for-tenants brief
was thrown out heating section,but in his
father of one son is active in
three of
stages in the sale
this week' by circuit Tudbo order, said only that the Staunch liberals guided the,
religious and civic affairs. rental of
\ about
52.6 million of
RJlph 0. Cullen. ;charges against the four land-. bill through the debate.Among
is third '
a degree Knight of the nation's estimated 65 million
Between Dec. 1 andDec.22, lords "are forever dismissed those who voted no were Florida , -
Columbus chairman of Youth
housing units.
1966, the landlords were arrested ." He ordered that the senators Spessard Hollandand
Activities for Knight council -- Provide of
in what the then City fines be returned and that the George Smathers. penalties up
1726 he attends Corpus to 10 in
; prison and
$10-
Attorney Richard Stone announced city pay the $334.55 court The matter is now up to the years
Christi! Church and is a member 000 fines for persons convicted -
as the of House which last
beginning a costs. year pas-
of the Holy Name Society. of intimidation
JOE KERSHAW or injuringI
major drive to enforce Mi- sed a civil rights bill, to
Kershaw is presently holdingthe civil rights workers and
;mi's new minimum housing The following were the land- which the Senate has I Ne-
position of trustee at tablishment of a State Com groes engaged in such activities -
r code lords and their lUes open-housing and anti-riot
proper ;
Christian Hospital located in mission on Human Relations. as voting registration to
,
Convicted In Irving Sussman two provisions
story
municipal Miami, and serves on the Cityof Attorney James W. Matthews : vote, housing, schooling, jury
court the landlords fin- 29-unit apartment house at
were Miami Economic Advisory formerly United State It is not certain what the duty and using public facili
ed $250 for each 1332 NE 1st Avenue and two-
case. Board. Assistant District Attorney, is House would do. It could accept ties. This is the sole provision -
Irwin Block their story 18-units at 1390 NW 1st
attorney, Among the highlights of Joe serving as Kershaw'scam- the Senate version with of the House passed bill.
challenged the constitutionality Ave, for which he was fined
Kershaw's platform is thees- paign treasurer. out change, send it to a Sen-
of the heating section of the $250 on each; Ann Inc., two- -- Make it a federal crimeto

housing,code in his appeal to story, 10 units, at 917 NW 3rd travel from one state a another -

circuit court. Ave; Abdon S. Borges, one- -- or use radio,televis-

Another circuit judge at the story, 13 units at 2121 SW 14 Korean ion or other Interstate facilities
Vet Wins
same time, put Miami under Terrace, and Theodore Loma- $710,000 - with Intent to incite a

injunction not to bring simi- skin, three-story, 18 units, at riot. The House approved

lar charges until the appealTeachers 1348 NW 1st Avenue. similar provisions last year,
but in separate bills.

Insurance Damage Suit -- Make it a federal crimeto

manufacture, transport in
Return interstate commerce or dem-
; If you have been outraged in fornia "outrage" law. the eight children and a wife, onstrate the use of firearms:
California byjjaving an insurance Impressed with Fletcher's and two grandchildren, gave
firebombs
company deny"you'your' handicapped, condition,.,plus him the $50,000 plus $660,000as or other explosive
devices
meant for
in riot
Schools Back just claims,you can go to court the fact that he is a Korean War the insurance company's' or other civil disorders.use a

and get much more than what veteran, and having support punishment.
Make it a federal crime to
your policy calls for.
obstruct firemen or policemen

to Normal U. L,Fletcher,a Negro,who engaged in suppressing riot..

was the sole support of his wife
Miami Soldier Wins Silver Extend broad rights to
For the 220,000 pupils in As a result of the strike, and eight children, Injured tils American Indians in their

Dade's public schools, Mondaywas however, teachers who had resigned back three years ago on the dealings with tribal

their first normal school would be unable to make job, lifting a 361-lb bale of Star in Vietnam ments, the courts and govern-local,

'day in three weeks,as they met up the 15 days' pay they lost scrap rubber.He state and federal govern
their teachers not in class with their
9,055 among by being
whom the teachers had a $15,000 disability S/Sgt. Johnny L. Washington T.Washington High School of ments. The Senate passed a
were 5,255 pupils. policy with Western National has been awarded the Silver this city and son of Henry similar bill last year but it
who walked out. The students and teachers
Life Insurance Co. of Texas.At Star t medal for distinguished Washington and Mrs. Katie L. died in the house interior committee -
hailed the return to class-
School attendance was about first the company agreedto service and bravery Washington. He also attended .
two per cent below normal in back rooms and were all glad to be pay him $150 a month for at in the Vietnam war. Atlanta Mortuary College in -- Stage 1, effective upon

Dade, with school officials The__ least two years. Then the insurance During the fight for Dakto Atlanta, Ga. His wife, Mrs. passage, would bar discrimi-
worring about what to do with "resignations" prob- company, attemptingto Crusita E. Washington Jives nation in the sale or rental of
lem was settled when the State S/Sgt. WashJngton took over ,
the children who missed some evade its liability,reversed in California. federallyowned and multi-
Board of Education his platoon as leader
school days because of the agreed itself and stopped payments on moving unit d w e 111 n g s whose mortgages -
strike. Friday to a nine-pointcom- grounds that Fletcher's disability them to another company area Washington entered the are insured or under-
promise, which included tak- that was being over-run.With Array in January 1962 and written
was not due toaninjurybut by the Federal Hous-
The superintendent of ing $10,8 million in funds for an illness. disregards for his own life,the completed his basic training at ing Administration and Vet-

schools, Dr. Ednrd L Whig- public schools and junior colleges enemy was repelled and many Fort Gordon,Ga., in March the erans Administration.
ham said that there was the Fletcher went to court lives
this year out of the deepfreeze were saved. This action same year. He arrived over- 2
-- Stage effective Dec.
possibility that only one or two against the insurance company was carried on for nine days ,
sea A ug.13, 1967,and has been 31 would bar discimlnationin
,
days will have to be made up, This money was being held wearing a brace,and asked for
doing duty as a Platoon
S/Sgt. Washington has also sergeant multi-unit housing, such as
if the State of and
and Department back because the 1967 legislature $50,000 as compensation
the other dam- received the purple Heartandthe apartments, and in real estate
Education
approves, authorized more spend- an additional $1,000,000 -
missed days would just be for ing than tax revenues would ages for punishment by the insurance Vietnam Cross medaL His parents live at 9231 NW developments.Owneroccocontinued -

gotten. support. company, under Call- He is a graduate of Booker 17th Avenue, Miami. ( on page 15)l l




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::: Twenty-three special voter registration offices :$
:ti will be open throughout Metropolitan Dade County
::): March 18 30, according to county elections Supervisor !&
More State Jobs Sought For NegroesSpokesmen :::: Martin Braterman. :;
<:: These offices, in addition to six previously anti ::
:|: nounced locations, will be open Monday, Wednesday :::
for Governor Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
Claude Kirk In Tallahassee n ;j,; The new offices are in,three sections of the |
have announced that effortsare :jij county. ::;
being made to move more I $.: Voters in the section north of NE-NW 79th Street !:
Negroes into state Jobs,a field :;j r; can register at Opa-locka City Hall, 777 Sharazad ::::
that is woefully lacking in its \ Ave.; Nor t h sid e Shopping Center, 7900 NW 27th :!;
hiring policies. A Sri t ij: Ave.; Surfside Chamber of Commerce,222 95th St.; :$::
Heading a program in that [ $: Laurence Construction Co.,7300 NW 169th St.; First ::::
direction is Macon Williams, i fc Baptist Church of Bunche Park, 15700 NW 22nd Ae.; :::
a Negro and official of the goy. and Miami Shores Village Hall, 10050 NE 2nd Ave. ::::
ernor's Division of Economic Those between NE-or NW 79th Street andSW 71sti $
Opportunity and Federal Pro- i Street can register at Shell's City, 5941 NW Seventh ::
grams Coordination staffs. Ave.; James E. Scott Community Building 7200 NW :ij:
22nd Ave.; Neals Supermarket, 4825 NW 27th Ave; ;:|
He said, however, that no office of C. M. Smith, MD,1324 NW Third Ave.; :ft:
one will be asked to hire '
a per- 1. West Miami City Hall 901 SW 62nd Ave.; Liberty $:
son Just because he is
"We want to hire a Negro. ... ti: City Community Building, 6306NW 14th Ave.;Coco- :;:;:
qualified Ne nut Grove Center 3743 Grand Ave.
Neighborhood ; :::
groes. ....
'-. u,.''' : and Hutcheson Realty Co., 5178 NW 17th Ave. :+:!
No
startling results have "
been shown yet in the efforts .d. : Residents of the section south of SW 71st Streeti:;
being made, and the aim is not /' ::; can register at the South Miami fire station, 6130 :;
to make vast changes. But the Sunset Dr.; a vacant store in the Perrine Shopping ::::
efforts will be to let agency ................ Center, 460 Perrine Ave.; Burdine's, 7303 DadeS:
heads know that there are j ,i land Mall; Homestead fire station, 325 NW Second &
qualified Negroes looking for ::: St., Homestead; Publlx Super Market in the Suniland
work and letting Negroes know >> ::1: Shopping Center, 11701 S. Dixie Hwy; Richmond
when Jobs are available. 11 Heights Drug Store, 14638 Lincoln Blvd.; BI-LO j
IIIEITlltx. .. ti: Supermarket, 21657 S. Dixie Hwy.;John F. Kennedy ps
Already there are a few Negroes a Neighborhood Center, 422 SW 11th Ave., Homestead
working as secretariesin -. r' ; and Cutler Ridge Shopping Center Community
state offices, and more of - rd Ir+lle' ,, : :: Center Building, 20239 S, Dixie Hwy. :
them may be hired, Mr. Wil- : .;: Previously announced locations, which will be J
liams said. ....-:: ::: open through April 6 are the main office in the
::: Metro Justice Building, 1351 NW 12th St.; Hialeah |i,
State Mr. Williams said that the ::: City Hall, 501 Rim Ave.; North Miami City Hall, |:
the Hotel Employment and Service and ; ::: 776 NE 125th St.; North Miami Beach City Hall :f;
mission also Restaurant Com % ::: 17001 NE 19th Ave.; Miami Beach City Hall, 1130 :i'':
are experimenting ::: Washington Ave.; and Coral Gables City Hall, 401 ::; l
hiring "outreach" .
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workers, Negro professionalswho ::: For f u r t h e r information, call the Elections :jijjij l..
can into the slum 'i' '11
go areas ::: vision office, 377-7501. ,|{! .f
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Williams said that there is
a man in Miami with a long prison ganization, but he is the typeof Restaurant Commission's MODERATE RATESCALLBONDED
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presently is Agency Oper- With a master's degree inCity AGENCY
ations Director of the United planning from the Universityof ,
Fund of Dade County. Thereare Miami,he found himself like .
approximately 600 agency many Negroes, utilizing the AL 4Q
operations directors in the classroom as an end in itself.
community chest-fund struc- According to Wynn, "when I
ture of the United States Bill. completed my education, I
-Is-the only Negro.. -- could not find a Job in my field. 0o %( n THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

As Agency Operations Di- I was fortunate enough to have \.._. __/ MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH, OPERATING
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are: ((1) Assists isites in the field of educationto

the Fund in developing operating get a Job there. However, I A fleet"oILcarf, and collectors give door to door service for
policies for gathering and never gave up. Today I am not ..... ...., ... _.- -_. tenants convenience .
analyzing data pertinent to the WILLIAM WYNN only doing what I enjoy, but
function of budgeting and allocating finance, and(3)) assists the more important I am being A community recreation center (for teenagers adult "rent .
funds to agencies participating agency operations committeein adequately compensated for free,"furnished and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.
in the United Fund determining allocations to my abilities and talents."
A public relations department to assist with problems.
you your
campaign, ((2)) provides con- member agencies.Five Mr. Wynn resides at 1352
sultation to member agenciesin years ago Wynn was NW 41st Street with his wife, Tenants concern will stopvandolismandreducethecostofhouslng.
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Whitney young, Jr. ;j Name ? Afro-American,1

Officer 6530NW 15th Aver, Miami, Flo. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Executive Director ::: ,

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher 4 National Urban League :":

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor : Negro BlacksWhat I

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor

National Advertising Representative Riot Report Tells It is the"right" name to call the Negro in America .

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. is a matter that has occupied the thinking of colored :::
310 Madison Avenue New York N. Y. 10017 Like It Is folk for many years. Over 40 years ago such leaders ::

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers!! Association The report by the President's Commission on Civil Dis- : as the late Kelly Miller, Dr. W. E. B. DuBois and :::
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 orders has shaken up a lot of people It is a forceful and frank : others, were also suggesting names, but some are yet :::

SUBSCRIPTION RATES document, one which doesn't try to hide the great dangers the ,:; not satisfied. Now comes news from Washingtop that ;::
55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 at Howard University in that ::
ONE YEAR nation faces. : young Negro students city ;.
the country, people are it because their skins are not dark enough. ::
All
over of
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post And it comes Just in time. : feel out
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 arming themselves and police departments are stocking thinking war : The New Amsterdam News inHarlemhas instructed :|i
like armored cars and tanks. They aren't :
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The weapons to bring it on. its reporters to use the word"Afro-American"' instead 3 3of :
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead about how to avoid disaster, they're preparing : ::
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto The Report points out the terrible dangers of such actions. : "Negro.
every man regardless of his creed or color his human documents the police forces have provoked trouble, and : Young militants in the ghetto can each other"blood," |::
It way
and legal rights. Hating no racet no man..the Negro escalated tense situations intotull-blownriots. : or "soul," or "brother," or "black." ::::
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men how they have and fired The report says that these are the incidental results *i:
ti
ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back. just last month, South Carolina policemen panicked : ,
Into a crowd of demonstrators, murderingthreeNegrocollegestudents. :i of the Black power Movement. .',

141st ANNIVERSARY OF THE NEGRO PRESS"We : Rep. John Conyers (D., Mich.), a Negro, has Intro- J;

wish to plead our own cause. Too long have others A great value of the Report Is that it puts the essential blame"What : duced a bill asking Congress to make legislation to :$
spoken for us. Too long has the public been deceived by mis- for disorders where belongs -- on white"racism. : change Negro History Week toAfro-AmericanHisotry :::::
in the white Americans have never fully understood, says the Com- : Week. He explained :::
representations In things that concern us dearly,though white :; ; ,;
estimation of some mere trifles, for though there are many in mission, "but what the Negro can never forget, is that :;? "The civil rights movement was occupied with :$::
society who exercise toward us benevolentfeelings,still(with society is deeply implicated In the ghetto. White institutions breaking down legal bariers of discrimination and :S:;
sorrow we confess it)there are others who make It their business created it,white institutions maintain it,and white society con- ?; segregation. But the Black Power movement is aimed :::::

to enlarge upon the least trifle, which tends to the dis- dones it." ? at racism and achieving for black people a place in society @:
credit of any person of color . But, Important as it is to point the finger at the villian, it's as black people.There is a great coming together ::::
"The civil rights of a person being of the greatest value, it Just as important to map out a way out of our dilemma. This i; as black people seek pride in themselves and identity." ::
shall ever be our duty to vindicate our bretheren when oppressed the Commission done,recommending massive programs in
; and to lay the case before the public. We shall also employment, housing, and education. Rilph Conant, associate director of Brandeis Uni- ;:,
surge upon our brethern (who are qualified by the laws of the When I submitted testimony to the Commission last Fall, versity's Lemberg Center for the Study of Violence, :::
different states) the expediency of using their effective fran- I asked for Just such sweeping recommendations, pointing out says an increasing number of black people have re- ::
chise, and of making an independent use of the same ." that simply placing the blame for what happened isn't enough. jected the word Negro "because they seek to establish ::>
These words were written by John B. Russwurm, the first The Commission's recommendations are similar tothe Domestic a new Identity based on the one physical characteristic :;:)
Negro college graduate in America, and the editor of the Marshall plan first proposed by the Urban League four :j Negroes have in common, namely, the color of skin." ;::
nation's first Negro newspaper, "Freedom's Journal". They i to ;::
years ago. He added that Negroes are seeking overcome a
appeared as part of the initial editorial outlining the obJectives Had the nation adopted it then,there wouldhave been no j: deep inferiority complex which has been instilled in ::
of the in its edition of March 16 1827
newspaper riots and we would be well on the way to eliminating povertyand said to
some 141 j: them by generations of racism. He Join together :::
years ago. discrimination. But is not too late.C The Clock stands at J ::
black
: as blacks is to privide pride. :
The editorial continued,"In the spirit candor and humilitywe .
minute to but there is still time to save our de- ::
midnight
one ,
Intend to lay our case before the public, with the view to. of ;iji::
mocracy. |: Keith Baird of the New York Board Education'sAfroAmericanCenter
arrest the of prejudice and to shield ourselves
progress ,
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against the consequent evils. We wish to conciliate all and to The basic question facing the nation is whether the two races : said,"This is not a minor sem- ;:;

irritate none, yet we must be firm unwavering in our prin- can live together-in equality and Justice,or whether American : antic dispute." :;i:;:
ciples and persevering in our effort." democracy will be destroyed in the struggle to deny simple : A Howard University student pointed outthatthese- :::
Thus was born the Negro press in America, Just 108 years Justice to a long oppressed and loyal people. : mantics of the Black Power movement are needed to ;::!:
after the first Negro slaves landed at Jamestown. role of Lixe every great national mission, making America into a ;,: overcome the effects from the semantics of racism. :::

the Negro editor then, as today, was not an easy one, and the truly open society with Justice for all will demand some sacrifices : "Among whites, black stands for evil and white for :$:
record is filled with grim reminders of the hazards confrontingthose The Commission mentions the need for higher taxes to > goodness," he said. "The bad boys wear the blackhats; ;$i
who take up the challenge raised by John B. Russwurm. finance its proposals, and a lot of people will find it painful to : the stock market crashed on Black Friday.Even black :j,:
Why then, do Negro publishers persist? change the attitudes and special privileges of a lifetime.But : people got so they were ashamed to be called black. The :|;:
The answer is clear, if the Negro,is deprived of his press, when we see what the alternatives are,there really isn't |: lighter you were the better." :
all of the torturous gains achieved through the years since his any choice So let's not wait to Implement the Commission's |: Conant said the Black Power movement wants progress :::
emancipation will be lost, and tomorrow's Negro youth will be proposals. There isn't any time to fool around with still more ::; for blacks as blacks and not as Negroes trying :j:;
at the mercy of thepowerfulforces,North and South, that still studies and reports. This Commission's Report should be the ;:: to be more like whites. i ti|
man the ramparts of bigotry, prejudice and discrimination. last one. We don't need any more. We need action. :: "in the past black Americans have been whiteward :j ti::
And that is why the editors of this newspaper during Negro The recommendations ought to be fit into a five year planor |: mobile," he said. A manifestation of whiteward g
Week find it rededicate themselves to the
Newspaper timely
( a little more if it's absolutely necessary). There ought to :; mobility was the Increments of value placed on skin :::
continuing task of lighting the road to freedom,not only for our
be a definite timetable for res s. We should be able to the worse."
readers but for all of America. pro g ;| shades -- the lighter the better,the darker
measure change at the end of each year.Tangible goals shouldbe :j; Continuing, Conant said the Black Power militants ':::

set up in housing, in employment, in education.At :;i are campaigning to end this and forge "not a separa- :::j:
MONEY TO FLOW IN BAHAMAS ELECTIONThe any given point we should be able to say; "Yes, we have is):: list movement, but a black unity movement against ::::

political fight is on in theBahamassas the April 10gen reached such and such a percentage of our original plan. At :::|:, white racism." y|
eral election draws to its climax. It might well be the most the end of this year schools and housing will be improved by "

hotly, if not the bitterest, political campaign hi the history of so much, and by next year Negroes and other minorities will : Whitney Young, executive director of National Ur- |:

the colony.It be on a completely equal basis." : ban League, calls the dispute all nonsense. j:

is estimated that the battle between Progressive Lib Without such a timetable,frustrations can only mount. Pea |: "It is a mistake to say the term"Negro" was forced :

eral Party (PLP) and the United Bahamian Party (UBP) will have ple are tired of promises. They'vebeenliedto too often. They ;:; upon Negro citizens by white society.Negro citizens :|
cost each group at least $1 million heard it all before. They want to see change. They want ::| fought hard to be called Negroes.The term means black j;:
that Job now. They want a rat-free home now. They want to : anyway." :
During the past 10 or 12 years the Bahamas has enjoyed see their kids get educated now. :

unprecedented prosperity, as a playground for tourists and a When people have waited for more than a hundred years, they '. .... ... >>>;>w
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fertile field for investors. have a right to know exactly when their fellow-countrymen will
treat them like human
beings.
The PLP, with Premier Lynden 0. Pindling as leader won
by one vote in the Jan. 10 election last year. The UBP, whose
members had been in control of the political and economic life
are; Racism, drug addiction, prostitution deserting:wives and Phil OssoferRecently
of the country over the years is in a life or death struggle to
children, violence and looting, in attention at school---all this
regain its place. in the Negro community of the ghetto.

The general election last year brought"new day" for thou- The commission does not fail to mention white Americans of I wrote of the en- This was made evident to me
sands of colored Bahamians who represent 80 per cent of the low income. couragement and opportunity when I recently found a set of

population. It was their first taste of political power when The report, as should be expected, has its pros and cons. given me by my good friend notes taken from "Human
plndling and his PLP took over the rein of the government.The After all, that is the way it should be. and editor, Garth Reeves, en- Destiny," written by LecomteDu
Let us hope, though, that there is enough power in the reportto abling me towrite. We met at Nouy. I read it several
unexpected turn of events caught the UBP members off
deal with any such future disorders in an appropriate man- a time when my mind had been years after taking them down),
guard. With the help of American interests the PLP has hada
,
was
ner, satisfactory to all concerned. absorbing (practically "de- I can see how my destiny
It reported a balance of over $19 million in the
good
year. Director Howard W.Dixon, with a staff of 15 attorneys work- vouring"), books on psycho- being prepared. For instance;
treasury for its first 12 months in office after taking care of
ing for the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc.,has a budgetof logy, religion andhuman "If he (man) has the ability,
expenses. $400,000 for the year ending June 30, 1968. rights. Garth's insight into the that he should say and write
The UBP has the credit of having masterminded the pros- Said director Dixon: "The President's Riot Commissionfound conditioning of my mind is what he believes." (This is in

perity and confidence that the colony enjoys, but the working that the nation's ghetto residents need more help in get- amazing, for he apparently reference to the requirementsfor I
class is said still to be holding against their members the ting their grievances heard. recognized the trend my mind man's envolvment into the '

things they didn't do. "We will attempt to meet the challengeatthe report. While was taking:, while I was just the spiritual being he is des-
effective work by one agency alone' will not, in and of itself, beginning become aware of tined to become.) Thanks to
The recent death of PLP House Assembly member Uriah prevent a violent summer, a beginning should be made to con- an ideal, with certainly no con- Garth, I have been able to write
McPhee makes the election necessary -- especially so since vince ghetto residents that there are alternatives." cept of any ability to write. what I believe.
Premier Pindling and his Cabinet decided against a by- election I know now that my readingwas Another note ". . that he
to fill the vacant seat. TEACHERS RETURN TO WORKIt against untruth
guided by a Higher Source should rise
As of last week 34 PLP members haddeclared their inten- is pleasing to record that this week our schools are open Who, (when I was prepared), when he meets it, thathe
tion as candidates. Eighteen UBP members had declared,and and teachers and students are enjoying their Dedication used Garth as the "tool" to should defend the individual
more were to be added.There are 38 seats in the House of As- Much has been said and written about the reasons, pro and set the motor of my mind into liberty necessary for the pro-
sembly. Emotionalism and nationalism are said for the time con, for closing the schools. Let us hope that as our schools action. I had no idea of the direction gress of conscience; that he

being to have "replaced rational and clear thinking among the are again operating, any existing differences among Gover- I was to take,but when expose those whose conduct"
majority of working class Bahamians," an observer said. nor, our legislators and school organizations will be settled; Garth asked me to write the seems hypocritical and evil.
and that quality education willbe maintained throughout Flori- direction was set. I believe, he I believe that my letters to

RIOT COMMISSION REPORTThe da. was stationed at the crossroads the editor, (published in our
"Pay as little attention to discouragement as possible! to direct me in the direction daily papers), in which I have
commission studying last summer's riots has made its Plough ahead as a steamer does, rough or smooth, rain or in which God wantedme refuted racist letters, prove
report, and semingly believes it has found what may be called shine. To carry your cargo and make your port is the ooint"" to go. it was the "write' that this ideal has become
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BLEAK PICTURE PAINTED BY COMMISSION OF CIVIL DISORDERS (i
MONEY, THE REMEDYThe


President's National Advisory Commission on Civil
Disorders has painted a bleak picture of what lies ahead if its
recommendations are not heeded. The prescription for racial ;,' Hi5000YGwRD y
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peace is money, money to create jobs for the ghetto inhabi FORMER ALABAMAGOVERNORSREMARKS f41 ; ;
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Among the principal recommendations are; No. 1 The creation MADE IN HIS SPEECH ' ;''

of two million new jobs over the next three years -- 500-, AT PITTSBURGH t {
000 within the first year -- half In the public and half In the FEB.IP/68.

private sector. In Miami, for instance, will private businesses
create for Negroes the amount of jobs needed?This is the time

for Negro leaders to get busy contacting heads of businessesfor
TURN BACK TO THE
jobs for Negroes who are out of employment. ,,
Recommendation No. 2, On-the-job training by both public STATES THEIR CONTROL g {r r>

and private employers, "with reimbusement to private employers OVER THEIR OWN DOMESTIC?, t

for the extra costs training the hard-core unemployed. INSTITUTIONS? 1Z

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Recommendation No. 3, "Sharply increased efforts to elimi- 1

nate de fecto segregation in our schools through substantial MAINTAIN LAW AND ORDER; 4's ,
Federal aid." This will be difficult in Miami, where the pat
RESTRICT THE SUPREME 4I
tern of residential segregation is so rigid, and where it is so s
difficult to buy homes in so-called white sections. COURT "ABANDONANY "fit I

Recommendation No. 4, "Efforts to improve dramatically,
f r a
schools serving disadvantaged children through substantial TYPE OF CIVIL RIGHTS r t + + a

Federal funding for year-round compensatory education programs "
LEGISLATION 1C ?'I / l /
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this program.

Recommendation No. 5, establishment unifrora national welfare -
standards "at least as high as the annual 'poverty level':" HIS PLATFORMDon't

with the Government assuming "at least 90 per cent of total

payments." With the new increases in taxes, Florida should
Lough Him Off..Register and Vote! I ;
not find it too difficult to do its part. A STANDING OVATION
Recommendation No.6 Income supplements for those whc
can work or who do work" so that Incentives will be presentfor

fuller employment. "EQUAL OPPORTUNITY" ALSO MEANS BEING EQUAL
Recommendation No.7", Enactment of an"enforc eable Fed
eral open housing law to cover the sale or rental of all housing

done."?This should not be too difficult to enforce. But will it be TO THE OPPORTUNITY WHEN IT PRESENTS ITSELF



Recommendation No.8 Steps to give low and moderate income actively learn EVERYTHING they can. They must be willing to

families "within the next five years,six million new and FROM WHERE I SITBY sacrifice some non-important activities for some importantones
existing units of decent housing, beginning with 600,000 unitsin [ -- studies. They need to follow up and reinforce'their

the next year." e BILL McBRIDE schoolwork at home.Even the greatest minds, Einsteinand Dr.
Said the commission, "There can be no higher priority for
George Washington Carver for example, had to burn a little
national action and no higher claim on the nation's consciencethan
and all know it that
midnight I oil. It so happens, we many
to mount a compassionate, massive and sustained attackon Webster defines "PROGRESS" as meaning "to move for youngsters will tell their parents they don't have to do any

the root causes education of disorder and pervasive discrimination numbers of in ward" -, Yes, here in Dade County the Negro has, during the homework, and parents either believe them or don't take the
housing against great
Negro employment Americans, past few years, made noteworthy forward movement (Pro- time to bother themselves about their children's education.'. .

gress) in employment. Through the efforts of the Equal Em- period "
Unemployment and underemployment in the ghettos are as
ployment Opportunity Task Force of the Community Relations
high as 33 per cent- 8.8 tim s worse than the national unemployment
average. The ghetto generally feels, and in fact Board, Greater Miami Urban League, Florida State Employ Take for Instance, the boy who comes In from junior high
ment Service, men of good will from business and industry and his tennis
school throws his notebook on the chair puts on
often is, exploited by local merchants,and those in Miami are ,
others who have worked long and hard, many more job opportunities till it's
no exception. And when some of these merchants become affluent 's hoes .and gets on his bicycle and goesand stays
and move to palatial homes they forget the Negro slum are now available to our black population than In the time for dinner (and In some cases,bed.)School doesn't cross
dweller who made him rich. discouraging days of the past. his mind, nor theirs. They're just glad they were able to raise

The report of the Commission on Civil Disorders was enough money to get it for him for Christmas. But what they
received -
not naive to boast that all is
Certainly, we are enough
by Negro leaders with and he don't take into consideration is that while he's passing
nationally high praise.And some Utopia here in Dide. But the most militant must
even Negro
of these leaders that it the kids who are walking, time is passing him by, and sooneror
thought
might help swing the Car-
admit that forward movement has been made
great (Progress)
michaels and the Browns and other black advocates later he's going to be bypassed in the job market. Even if
power and there is to come.While the other hand the most
more on ,
who had moved toward separation as they had lost faith in the he gets a high school diploma there's still no guarantee that he
prejudiced white must admit that much must be done to
possibility of working within white society,back into the mainstream more Is going to get a good job If he can't meet the company's standards
bridge the economic between white and black
our popula-
gap And If he drops out before completing high school, he's
tion if Dade is to continue to its state of
; County enjoy present
wasted! Nobody, but nobody today is interested hiring drop-
good race relations. outs. That is, unless the dropout is planning to drop-in school
THE MIAMI TIMES SUPPLEMENT
Where once upon a time Negroes could only hold certain again.

Showing the progress that has been made in the Miami area type jobs, the day has come when restrictions are rapidly
during the past few years is the supplementto the regular issue fading."But there must be qualified persons available if we are With the announcements of new money coming into Dade
of this newspaper this week. to enjoy these job opportunities that are being born. Jobs -- County, there will definitely be an increase in job opportunities
Some of the! good lead to the of economic for the coming months. From where I sit, there must be
improvements that have been made were the result ones u can road prosperity.On .
who will take the time to themselves and
persons discipline
of Federal legislation; others were made because of the
conscience of the white power structure. the minus side it appears that some companies' goals geta get ready for the job market. Getting ready means just that

The employment of Negroes now as police lieutenant; bank little confused. If asked, most will' readily admit that they . Start planning u finding out from school counselors,

teller; Post Office executive; department store sectional manager are in business to make money for their stockholders, or whoever books, television, friends, employment services, employers,
It. But with the hundreds of j jobs advertised just what kind of jobs are available and what's needed to land
; Negro teachers tutoring white children; a Negro direct- owns frequently, ,.
ing traffic in the downtown business center; the professional over and over, one gets the impression that they don't them. It means sacrificing some not-too-importantacUvity for
athletes want to the owners or for else. some very important ones such as studying.No matter who you
Negro competing with the whites;the admission of Negroes produce miximally--for anyone
in all the theaters downtown, opportunities that were denied We wonder if some companies may not be missing out on huge are or what you do, some boning upon good manners, correct

for such a long time, are all signs that human relationsare sums of money because of these vacancies? And also, If they and clear speech, wholesome attitudes towards people and
definitely improving, and that in a few more years many aren't missing i i out on dedicated and productive workers because work can help you win a slot on some employer's chart.

of the still present racial barriers will be broken down, and of discriminative practices?

Negroes and whites will live in harmony. From where I sit it would be wise br all to realize that in

ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNIERS It's been heard in all kinds of circlesand squares) that Ne- addition to meaning "every person, regardless of race, will
groes can't pass companies' tests. These tests are supposedto have the same chance," Equal Opportunity also means"being
give the employer an Index of the applicant's abilities. But equal to the opportunity when It presents itself'

we wonder . Is this the only way of measuring how well a

fa' person can perform all jobs, even those which do not requireany
reading? It seems to us that what with so much research -------------------------,

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:., j : hangup everyone loses. The company's not making as much Miami Times

.!.1.:" .) money as it can, and many Negroes continue to be discouragedand 6530 NW 15th Avenue
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again. Then too, our economy is being shortchanged.Is .
DR. SIMPSON MISS JONES MR. SIMS I I

Enclosed please find the sum of $.500 1
Dr. George A. Simpson, president of the Miami branch of there proper communication between schools and com
the NAACP, for maintaining the high ideals of an organization panies. Are the companies, in fact, telling the schools what I to cover the cost of a one year subscriptionto

that has done yeoman service in fighting for first class they really want? And are the schools listening?We think not. j I the Miami Times.

citizenship for all citizens. Despite the complaints about our schools, we're not about to I I I

Miss Elizabeth Jones, Girl Scout Leader, for the excellentjob get rid of them! (By the way, it's good to have them operating I Mail Pop, To I
she is doing with these young ladies,who can be the future fully again.) But what we do want is for them to do what needs I

Negro women leaders. to be done. bridge the school-job gap. II I Address

Mr. Robert Sims, Deputy Director of the Community Relations I
City Stat. Zip Cod.
Board, for the grand manner in which he has been accomplishing Much responsibility must be borne by youths,too.They must ;I I

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Words have acquired meanings Noah Webster never dreamed PRISCILLA REDDING

of Noah didn't anticipate today's connotations of sanctions or
all Senior Scouts of Dade
evening
negotiations, and in trying to figure out what a strike is, he A S 9 P 011 Friday County had the
might say, with the King of Siam to Anna, "It's a puzzlement." Ex I. : opportunity to attend a Senior Encampment, atSebrings.Fla,,
After a stay in Mercy Hospital, Ruth Rogers is recuperatingat Mirch 15, thru 17th. Troops 503, and 857 will participate in
home.. this County event. The girls will be transported by bus. This
event will help strengthen the girls in outdoor activities as well
Houseguesting with Blrbb and Sylvia Wallace is Mr. Spur-
with others.Troop 857 wishes to thank
geon Bethel of Nassau. as getting along one and
all for their fine support by attending!their waist line partyyon
The Golden Age Club under the guidance .
of Mrs. Spero Cokine have been enjoying around t. "A March 9, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burk Jones
of different activities. The group was Miami Killian Baseball schedule for the month of March:;

guest of Mr. Lou Stunman to Dam de Louise : Tuesday, 3-19 Coral Park at Killian, 3:30: p.m. Friday, 3-22
show at the Miami Beach Auditorium, Friday rYS palmetto at Suniland Park, 730 p.m. Tuesday 326South
March 1.Another. Dade at Killian, 3:30 p.m. Friday 3-29- Curley at Curley 33o;
event was the annual Golden I p.m. Saturday 3-30 Coral Park at Coral park, 2:30p'm.
and Mrs. James Crawford at 14250
v Thehome of Mr. Madison:
Agers Season's Tea on Sunday, March 10.i
Chairman and co-chairman were Winter -!1 I Street, was the scene of a family Ibarbecue on Saturday,
Mrs. M a m i e Ferguson and M r s. Aurelia COKINE The Alphabettes recently gathered a t the Parkway Child- March 9. More than thirty relatives and friends gathered for
Humes; Summer Mrs.Rosa L. Tolbert and Mrs. Thelma Hil- ren's Home to spread seasonal cheer with the Midget and Jun- this festive occasion as, Dr. James: Johnson, brother of Mrs.
Hard; Spring Mrs. Mamie carmichael and Mrs.Johnell Ba- ior groups. Crawford, officiated at the barbecue pit.Special guest of honor
zalle; and Fall Mrs. Marie Price. Mrs.DorothyAppleton The children were fascinated with the gay decorations, was Mrs. Jack (Ruby) Smith of Philadelphia who was the house
served as Judge of the tables.Winners were the prettiest table games and other activities in which they participated.To guest of Dr and Mrs Johnson. Mrs. Smith is Mrs. Johnson's

Somme; the table raising the largest amount of money, the culminate the afternoon activities, refreshments were aunt.
spring table. Mrs. Irma Henderson, 1968-68 Queen of the club served and enjoyed by all. Have you taken time out to groom your lawn. If you live in
was presented to the guests. On Monday, March 11, the Golden Mrs. Florence Joseph president Mrs. Hazel W. Mat- area No. Two from Lincoln Blvd. to Buchanan St., you should
Age Club and agroupof teen-agers enjoyed the Holiday on Ice. thews, reporter. start now cleaning for this Sunday's Judging. For you might be

Officers of the club are Mrs. Spero Cokine' presidentMrs.; the lucky winner for this month.
Mamie Ferguson vice-president; Mrs. 'Mamie Carmichael, The Miami Killian Cougar's Booster Club is in the processof
secretary; Mrs.Sanford Thomasina Ramsey,program worker. JOHN (GRIFFIN AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY a trading book stamp drive. If you are a parent: of any stu-
Relaxing in Miami's sunshine Is Mr. Victor Hunter who is dents at Killian won't you contribute a book of stamps? The
visiting his mother.Mrs. Hunter. Mr.Hunter is a memberof 165 TEA HUGE SUCCESSMrs. purpose of the stamps will go toward a school Athletic Bus

,the Pentagon. Annie M. Harvey was Terrace, Richmond, Heights, Won't you support this local school by giving a book of stamps.
Little Tammy Rogers, daughter of Samuel and Barbara Rogers crowned queen again at the An- Fla. The men and members of Bethel Baptist Church in Richmond -
was four years old on March 5,but her parents: entertained nual Tea given at the home of Mrs. Mamie Montgomery, Heights wish to express their sincere thanks to the
friends on Saturday, March 9 with a birthday party: for the Commander and Mrs. HenryW. president and Mr. Henery W. many friends and participants of their 11th Annual Men's Day

little folks. Daniels. We would like to Daniels, Commander, post program, March 10. The services were highly spiritual and

.. thank all participants: who appeared 165. financially supported.
on the program, the
N many friends and members

who came, clubs, Juniors, and .
legionnaires for helping us to
reach our goal.
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der way for establishing vari- r
David Long won the Spelling Bee at Bethany SDA Academy.He ous means of commemoratinglarge r
is a fifth grader, ten years old, and Is the son of Herbertand gifts and donations. If

Vivian Long of 5000 NW 24th Avenue.Mt. you are a veteran and would p r' c b\ t\
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Pisgah and New Esphesus SDA Churches will presentIn like tohelp improve your community ;. \

Recital, Keith R. Tynes, Sunday, March 17, at Brownsville as well as inspire the ',', .,1" .
Community Center, 2741 NW49thSt.at4p.m. Keith's RecitalIs citizens to fully accept their ,,!; A, ,',r ,,' {\ YkQ
a repeat performance. Those who did not hear young KeithIn responsibility to help foster ., j;. 1".1,.r. t'
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despair: you will have another chance on Sunday.Mr. democracy, Justice and free- NOTE OF THANKSI
dom, we invite you to write the
William Bill Hanna Is a at Mount Sinai after }
( ) patient post adjutant for further de- am deeply grateful to you i s
eye surgery on Wednesday. tails. Address all for the kindness extended me I
correspon-
Robert Paul is recuperating at home after oral sur- ,
Young
during illness at home
dence to: Edward Watts, Sr., my and
gery, It seems as if Paul had an extra molar. (33)). Post Adjutant, 10710 SW 150th in the hospital.A .
"Action is where the Youth Is"Will be a Health Career D:1y: special thanks to my doc- h&Y

program at Variety Children's Hospital March 16 from 9 a.m. .)T. PATRICK'S DAY TEA tors, members of Mt Zion
to 2 p.m. The program is co-sponsored by the VCH Candy Baptist Church and entire staff
Stripers and the Hospital Women's Committee. Morethan200kids Please come to our Saint of Christian Hospital.

of hospital Jobs are open to members of the "Now Gener- Patricks Day Tea, Sunday, The many visits, kind deeds
ation' now. March 17, at the home of Mr. and prayers were very uplift-
Dr. W. A. Patterson Jetted toWinston-Salem,N.C.to attend and Mrs. Will Cox, 1760 NW ing. Thanks and may God ever STYLED BY;
the funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs.Josephp.1tterson.Edith 56th St., from 4 6 p.m.Sponsored bless you.Delores. f +

died Thursday, March 7, and the funeral was Saturday, March by the Independent PreSchool .. .
Rd.
9. organization. Allen Covin ,
New Covenant Presbyterian Church was the setting for the

David "Panama" Francis, the best drummer ever to leave JUNIORs A 1itYYY

Narrators for the FashionShowwere Mrs.Areba DeVeaux and this state, will return to his home this Friday when he opens /* :;
Miss Hertesene Griffin. with Dinah Shore at the Hilton Plaza on the Beach. Panama has l

It's a date: Girl Scout Troop 377, Myrtle Bullard, leader, been living in New York, but he plans to move to California
Invites you to their "Court of Awards,Program St. Mary's where his services are In great demand. ,

WM Church, 4798 NW 8th Ave., Friday, March 15, at 8 p.m. Spending a week in the cottages at Virginia Beach last week
Les Stenos (Secretaries), Noel Cobb, president presents its were Mrs. Helen Johnson of Hyannis, Mass and Mrs. Flossie
Benefit Dance (Semi-Formal) Saturday, March 23, at Knightsof Harris of New York City.

Columbus Hall, 3405 NW 27th Avenue. Get well wishes to Richard Allen Clements Sr., confined at :f Number One on
Miami Branch of the American Association of University Christian Hospital.In ,y
Women cordially Invites you to Its "Membership Tea," Sun- our city for the funeral of Mr.Edward Wake, Sr., are all the Fun-Time'j

day, March 17, at 3305 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables, 3 to Warren Wake, North Bay, Ontario, Canada; Dr. and Mrs. ;'"." Charts-this frankly-
Robert (Athea) Hayling Cocoa Mr. and
5:00 p.m. ; Mrs. Joseph(Artis)
Sunday is Episcopal Church Women Recognition Sunday.All Orr; Edward Wake, Jr., Eatontown, N. J.; Mrs. Ruth Morris, flirtatious shirtwaist ,: .'

members (every baptized woman In the church) are invited to Syracuse, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown, N. Y., N. Y.; dance dress. Provocative '
participate: in the services at both masses. Miami Deanery Mr. Harry Bowen, Dorothy Bowen, Matron Hilda Bowen, Mrs" -,

meets at St. Stelhens on Tuesday, March 19. Winifred Lightbourne, Mrs. Gwendolyn Turnquest Nassau white organza top,
The Sunshine Community Federated Club invites you to attend Mrs. Gertrell Gaines, Mrs. Charles Russell, Mrs.'Euia Orr
their Sixteenth AnnualSaint Patrick's Day Tea at the homeof Mrs. William Bacon, West Palm Beach; Gary Cooper, Wash- lush embroidered black .

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas(Portia)Bannister, 1040 NW 57th St., ington, D. C, lace skirt, wide wild pink
Sunday, March 17, at 4 p.m. Mrs.DorciaHowell is president. Friends of Mrs. Ernestine O'Brien are wishing for her a
Bertha poitier spent the weekend in Orlando visiting the ,Wil- speedy return home from Jackson Memorial Hospital, satin belt. In sizes 5 to 13.

liam (Carol) Upsons, Freewill Baptist Church of Opa-locka presents a program And only $24.
Barbara Ellison Rogers: is recuperating at home after a stain y and Fashion Show, Sunday, March 17, at Bonded Rontal Audi-
Cedars of Lebanon and hopes to return to her classroom torium. Fashions by Lory's. Mrs. John (Allean) Cunningham We Carry Sizes 3 to .n 9hORiJ'S
duties early next week. is director of the group.

The Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Pi Chi Sorority is spon- Flori Roberts Melanin Make-up, planned for the darker pig. :
mented skin has moved into :
Burdine's :
downtown
soring a Cocktail Dancette and Fashion Show on SundayMarcI h store Shirley .
Burkes is the trained
31, at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel Starlight Room. Benefit of consultant. Congratualtionsl .
HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY !
their Scholarship Fund. Birthday Girl Scouts of the U,.S.A
Now we are 56 old. Girl '
It's good to see Dr. E.A.Ward at his desk at First Federal years Scouts found March 12, 1912 in
Savannah, Georgia by Juliette Gordon Low !
after a brief illness. LORY'S FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE
Thought for the week All other
Mrs. Margaret D. Chenier,Supervisor of Interns at Tuske- ; knowledge hurtful to him
who has not honesty and good nature. CENTER
6112 NW 7 AVE. EDISON
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: City of Miami detective Archie -
McKay, new Community Police Benevolent Association'sprexy KILLENSBUTTERBALL
relieving fancy. Another former prez was thenpatrolman -
Gary Ward. . Mrs James (Edith --- ..i 1
Lynch) Smith confined to Jackson Memorialwith .- .. ._ #' _, rIjr
an undetermined illness.The young mother
of three boys is being fed intravenously ; ,. ; f
. . Willforth Campbell and Theodora Dean

will altar-trek-it in Nassau March 30 . LIr _ _
Shifting in 2nd Gear:Northwestern high Reg"r'' a
istrar, Millicent Spicer-Wilson, now an instructor -
at Dorsey Junior high in the New

Work Experience program . Mrs Rhoda it.
Culmer's (the widow brother, Edward
Wake, died Sunday night in Jackson Memorial. Bedded for some The Mary Arline Chapter, O.E.S. of I.F. & A.M. Masons, Inc. celebrated their
time, he was discharged from JMH last Tuesday, only to be first anniversary on Sunday, March 10 at the Day Spring Baptist Church, Rev. W. E.
rushed back for further treatment. An autopsy revealed lung Sims delivered a wonderful message. Officers seated left to right are: Mary Arline,

cancer. M.C grand matron; Mary James, asst. matron,; Adgnoe Bradshaw, worthy matron;.Marvin
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Florida Memorial College represen- Night in Nassau Mcintyre, worthy patron; Emma Lee Jones, secretary and Robbie Mcintyre, treasurer.
tative Monsieur Starr checks for the institution. Nassau Clyde Killens will ,
picking up pre- Second row, left to right: Jane Jones, Dorothy Jackson, Vinetta Meadows, Christine
Says over 700 applicants allready filed, not counting over 600 sent his always popular 17th
Howell/ Para Lee Livingston, Ophelia Hamilton Minnie Lee
Walker.
enrollees to be reactivated come September . Gwendolyn Annual ,Night in Nassau, Sun- Top row, leftto
Reeves a cashier at North Dade drive-in theatre . Johnnie day night, March 31 from 9 right: Thelma Bradley: / Gladys Hadley, Katie Parish, Ruby Parrot, Lovenia Barry,
Annie Pearl Roundtree and Annie Tilman.
Roland now answers to the name of Mrs. Joseph Moss . until?
Prettiest gams this side of Dietrich those shapely stems Cook at home and bring your
that support the curvy frame of Blanche Galloway . The Bahamian baskets with you. Smothers and Holland Voted Against BillAs I
Burroughs family lost its mother Mrs. Beatrice Burroughs. Enjoy the sounds of two -

bands plus Bruce Beneby and usual Florida Senators other civil rights enemies, lings of S. Carolina; Long of
SALT WATER TAFFY: Houseguesting with Dunbar school- his Miami Junkanoos. Butter- George Smathers and Spes- Senators Eastland of Mis- Louisana; McClenllan of Ark-
marm Ann-Grace Sweeting last weekend from Nassau: Cynthia ball M. C. of Louisiana
Ellender
sard Holland voted against so- sissippi; ansas; Russell of Georgia;
Dean, Theodora Dean and sisterlnlaw Zelma Scavella-Dean. . Call the Island Club, FR 3- cial progress, as they voted ; Ervin of N.carolina; Ful- Sparkman of Alabama;Stennisof
Bedded In Christian Memorial (Room 42) for two weeks: Mrs. 3488 and make your reserva- Monday against the civil rights bright of Arkansas, the most Mississippi, and Talmadgeof
Mary McKinney . New York modiste and frequent house- tions. bill in the Senate. outspoken of President's war Georgia.
guest of the late mortician Kelsey L. Pharr,houseguesting with Admission: Advance $1.75 Voting with them were the policies; Hill of Alabama;Hoi-
Mrs. Maude K. Reid. . Cecil and Leola Griffin's daughter, at door $2.00.Low .
Sharon, birthday-party-ed (her 14th) at home 2380N.W. 82nd
Street, March9. .Look-alikes: WAME disc jock Milton (But-
terball) Smith and trumpeteer Al Hirt. Income

THE WEEK'S WASH: Are North Dade junior high's school-
marm Helen Barbary and that University of Miami prof headed
for the altar ? ? ?AlonzoKendrickof the singing Temptations Housing join our yruat lightweight division
(current Deauville hit) a nephew of Dunbar elementary custodian -
Moses Kendrick. Mrs Fannie Doddin of Atlanta, house- NeededA
guesting with granddaughter the Thomas I. Morris' of Opa- )
locka . Soc lety Cab jockey "Spot's" mother Mrs Ozella minimum ofl,550famlly- -..- -_. --
Bridge Pridgen, jockeying a '68 Plymouth . St Agnes' type low income housing units "::\.
Usher Guild prez Kyles Curry confined home with dislocated every year for the next ten
hipdisk -- a six-weeks dilemma. years will be needed In orderto " ,.I.g gI :': "
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eliminate slums and blighted save ; ,
SCRATCH MY BACK: InSt Louis, Mo., veteran actor Walter areas in the Negro sectionsof "
Slezak collapsed during a sage performance of "The Lion In Miami, said Sidney Arono-
Winter" at the A merican theatre. .While, ironically, in Car- vitz, chairman of Metro's
cassonne, France, British acta Anthony Hopkins,playing King "Little Hud," the advisory
Richard the Lionhearted in the film version of the play, broke committee.To .
his right arm in a fall from his bolting horse . Dr Edwin meet these needs,he said
Shirley's receptionist Eloise Reynolds celebrated her 19th that Florida must enact con- .
birthday March 7 . The Lawrence (Vera) Higgs' 25th anni- stitutional changes as have
versary (Silver) will be kept alive in their Opa-locka home Saturday other states in order to get
night (March) 16...The Prof Mitchell line in this cor- federal financial help. .'
ner of our last e dittos reported a fallacy. The robust and Aronovitz made the state- h .
healthy cab owner reported to be "in the pink" of condition. ment in a speech delivered at r

the Tiger Bay Club in the Du- i
SWEETS TREATS: Beta Beta Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Pont Plaza Hotel, this week, /
Alpha Fraternity will raise the curtain on its Carnation Ball giving the first assessment of
March 22 in Bayfront Park auditorium's Caribbean Room. OralA. the goals and problems of Met- -
Allen Sr is Beta's prexy . Rev. S. A. Cousin's Greater ro's housing and urban de-
Bethel AME Bethelite Club offers its second annual Tea April velopment.
21. Mrs Mozell Thomas is president of the Bethelites . Rev.J. Appointed by the Metro
B. Blacknell's Mt Her mon AME up in Ft Lot-o-dale is Commission, the.advisory
sponsoring a "Trip to Nassau" via the ticket donation route. board, consisting of civic-
The tabs are peddling for a dollar and the contest terminatesJune minded c Itiz ens, is to make
1. Mrs. Ruth Blacknell, wife of the pastor, is chairladyof recommendations to the Metro
the contest. Commission on carrying out

MIAMI MUSINGS: Shifting in 2nd Gear: Former EOPI child H u d's programs. The chair- ."t.
spacing project supervisor Ada Mae Deveaux, now a University man of this advisory board
of faculty member In its child development center, work- pointed out that the estimatesare
ing in research with mental retardation. . Installation cere- that there are anywherefrom sale 4999
monies were held in St A g n e s last Sunday during the 10:45 21,000 to nearly 30,000
ayem services which saw Mrs Roosevelt(Mae)Thurston go in substandard housing units now
as Veronica's Guild new president, retiring Mrs Eunice Moss in Dade County. no down payment, just $5 a month
. . Ralph Symonette Jr in freak accident while on job Monday Said Mr. Aronovitz, "We
which crushed his third finger on left hand, followed by sur- can meet a goal of 1,550 low
gery at Cedars of Lebanon.CONFIDENTIALLY income inits a year with two
ifs. Those are if federal funds 26"STICK SHIFT BIKEReg.

YOURS: Geneva Dozier, up from a recent are available and if land
to Macon Ga. where a through urban renewal
Californis illness, hurried over ,
59.99. A great looker with continental style fenders.
cousin recently passed . 'Lorraine Puyol's twin daughtersJoan available.
and Jean shared a joint birthday party at their mother's Mr. Aronovitz, who is a for- Has side pull front and rear caliper brakes full length full

home Monday. Jean, whose adopted home is Nassau, took a mer, City Commissioner, forward chain guard. Plus the fun of shifting into three dif
flight over for the celebration. .If there's a civic, church or stressed that there also is a
ferent speeds. Boy's model In red, girl's in turquoise.
fraternal group in the Carol City area interested in better serious need for low income

streets, lighting and general improvement,see Dr Edwin Shir- housing for the elderly. toys, fourth floor, across the bridge, DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 7 Burdlnt'f stores)
ley, the medic -- he can assist you greatly in acquiring these Aronovitz also stated that
needs . Sharing houseguesting chores for twoweeks are the Metro must get urban renewal
Carlton (Alma) Finleys and daughter Juanita Flnley-Matthews. funds soon enough to acquire
The Finleys have as guests Vernon andSharonFullard of De- suitable sites at a cost to pub- '
troit; Mrs. Matthews houses Esquire and Terrie Davis, also lic housing that will permit : CTlRJDICTE:
of Detroit. . Marian Armstrong-Echols buried her husband constructon within the $20-
Luke last Saturday ..That's it brother, from your one-man- 000 per unit limitation.
newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket,but The Miami Housing Author-
who wants to congratulate Hannah Edwards' son Derek, one of ity, now transferred to Hud,
Jackson Toddle Inn Blue Ribbon spelling winners, won duringthe has a backlog of 5,000 appli-
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Otis Riding's Last Record THE SMOOTH ONEs STONE'S INCOME TAX


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One of the greatest disappointments -
In' life for Otis R 0 $3.00 $6.00
Redding was the fact that the U
talented performer and writer Open every day except Sunday 9-1 & 4.8
U Sundays 9-1
had never reached the ultimate p
twin pinnacles of success In
the recording Industry. The L
honor of having a record be- E
come number One In the na- WORLD
tion's best selling record H R FAMOUS CONTINENTAL
charts, and to sell a million .1 ;J,
copies In the process, had 6000 NW 7th Ave.
somehow eluded him. To be (

sure written, two did songs accomplish that Otis this had China Valles All Star Show Fri., Snt.-Sun.

feat, but only as recoded by .. I. He's Different He's Great
other artists"SweetSoulMusic" ; -- - NOW ON SUNDAYS

"Respect"byArthur by Aretha Conley Frank-, and OTIS REDDING WMBM Radio 1490 : Big Maybelle

lin. However to.Otis, It still lug industry). This now qualifies 1 p.M.Weekdays( 10:00: 2:00: p.m.) ,
2 P.M. TIL
was not the same as having a it for receipt of a coveted : Queen of' the Blues"
number One record of his own. Gold Record, which Stax/
Now, three months after his Volt President Jim Stewurt ,
death In the tragic crash of his will present to Otis'widow and EDDIE HOLLOWAYLITTLE
private airplane In Lake three children.
Monona, Wisconsin (Decem- Otis wrote and recorded I Came Back
ber 10, 1967), Otis' greatest "Sitting On The Dock Of The G "SOUL STUFF" BEAVER
unfilled wish has been realized. Bay" while In the Stax/Volt G "Little Soul
Memphis studio only four days I'L I
Billboard Magazine has announced before his death. The song is p
that "Sitting on The haunting i n its premonitionsof R + y R Stuff"b
Dock Of The Bay," Otis Red- death, and critics have not- L LA
ding's last Volt recording,will ed the presence of an ominous
become the nation's number forebrooding quality in thee S Sv
One best' selling record forth* lyrics, especially in light of y+
week of March 10th,accordingto the fact that Redding's plane A
the weekly charts to be pub- fell in the portion of Lake Mon
lished In the March 16th issueof ona known as Squaw Bay.
the respected trade Journal. With this epilogue added to C G
"Sitting On The Dock Of The the great career of Otis Red-
0
Bay" has also passed the one ding by his legionsof fans,Otis o
million mark In sales, and is has become the compleatrecord -
awaiting final certification by star. o : G
the RIAA (the official accre- He has reached the heightsIn 0 0 y
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I CULMER COMMUNITY NEWS ,; Musicana Bar

500 NW 54th St. FRANK WILLIAM'S

EMPLOYMENT AVAILABLE building throught the concered Mighty Rocketeers
Since Florida Is having a efforts of the Culmer Center
good season, Jobs are plentiful Legal Services Department. Featuring Lisa SHOWS 12:30 & 2:30
at the Center,especially In UBC RECRUITING MEMBERSThe r YOUR HOST s'-c Matinee 6:00 p. to. Adm. $1 before 8 p. m.
the field Domestic Hotel and United Block Club is recruiting -
Bobby Marshall, M. C. Vanilla Williams, D. J.
Restaurant. Factory Jobs are new members since EVERY MON. & WED.
slow at this time for qualified they are few in number. If you
persons. Commercial (cleri- live in the area of NW 10th St. Go Go Girls
cal) type jobs are in demand. and Interested in becoming affiliated ,... ':
Our MDTA program will be with a Block Club, If? I
8 P.M. UNTIL
accepting applications for please contact Mrs. Theresa
Cooks, Bookkeeping machine Lewis, President of the United mLIBCITY
operators, Clerk-typists, Block Club, at 572 NW 10th St., ThZ3IiVL :
Draftsmen, and Automobile Apt. 2.SOCIAL.
engine Repairmen. Waitress
training Is available to inter- SERVICE
ested persons at Lindsey Hop-
kins Vocational School at a AVAILABLE FIRST MIAMI
registration fee of$2.00.This .
SHOWING
is not an OJTJob.This course We try to find out the needs DRIVE-IN THEATRE!
lasts for a period of six weeks of a c 11 e n t and supply these r !lmr.J NOW PLAYING
Some of the time is spent doIng needs. These needs Include: PI !
waitress work.We feel that money, food, clothing, clinic ? HARRY SALTZMAN
I this Is a good course becausea cards, legal services,medical
person can make money dur- attention, attending court ; MICHAELCAINE
ing the training period. hearings, securing birth rec-
ords, social benefits S EXTREMtmASiJRt J _
security 1J KARL MALDEN
FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS aid for dependent children,aid f ttOAlSWSHJrtG 3 __
BLOCK CLUB to the blind,and securing fost- j AND TORTURING M
This club was able to get a er homes for children. owMsr &
number of repairs to their Charles C. North reporter.THENEWCAT' tiJ.'abicJVanDYie-



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 15, 1968 9

Uiittd Home Owners Hold First Molina

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The United Home Owners lights in the Liberty City area. wish to thank all those who Fryson was elected secretary
Association of 22nd Avenue Mayor Chuck Hall, Commis- participated. Special thanks to for the Model City program
s Heights held its first meetingof sioners Athalie Range, Lew the merchants who so gener- Nine persons Joined the association -
the year February 21, at Whitworth, and other city and ously contributed the refresh- at this time.
Jolllvette Center with a good county officials, also minis- ments. We feel this was a Job Theresa Cason, Is reporterand
attendance. A group representing ters in the area helped to make well done. Therefore, she has Jeff ord Smith is president -
A Ij the "Model City" met the program a success. We earned a rest. Mrs. Janle M. .
1 with us to explain various
BY DAVE BONOU
phases of the program and to

set up a committee to sit In Ramsey Lewis Trio :
II 2 Concerts 1
I went Into Lincoln National Bank the other day and felt a on the general planning of the
different atmosphere, and saw a great change taking place, so Model City. Mr. Jefford Smith
Ithought; I would let you know what Is going on over there. For was elected chairman of the For Miami Dade JC 'I
one thing, the management has changed and promotions have committee. Mrs. Alma Finleywas
been made and a few changes are being made in the looks of the nominated for secretary The Ramsey Lewis Trio will The new sound of Ramsey Mike award presented by the
place and the service. but declined to give it further make two appearances here Lewis first heard on the recording National Association of Radio

First, Mr. John W. Roberts, Jr., Is now the president, and thought. On February 29, a this month for Miami-Dade "The In Crowd" won Announcers.
Mr. Jack H. Stein Is a director andjassistant to the president. meeting was called the homeof Junior College students. virtual overnight success for Among other honors were
Layton Reeve Is still the cashier and vice president; J. D, Mackis Mrs Finley. The main South Campus Students will the Chicagoan, who has led his the Red Carpet Award, pre-
still vice president, but Mary Lou Nealy Is now assistant purpose of this meeting was to hear pianist Lewis, Cleveland own trio for many years. The sented by the Nashville,Tenn.,
vice president. Sidney Brownstein is now the installment loan see if the Home Owners Association Eaton, bass, and Maurice recording has sold into the Chamber of commerce for
officer, and Cathy'Anderson is still secretary. They have a would merge with White, percussion, Tuesday, millions and won for Lewis the distinguished service on the
new loan teller, Rosalie Adler;our"Duffle'has been promoted other people in the community March 26, at 8:15p.m.in Dade National Academy of Record- youth of the Nashville area;
from guard to teller trainee; and Laverne Fletcher, one of in the programming of the County Auditorium.The ing Arts and Science's Gram and the Silver Note Trophy,
the young men who went to Lincoln as a DOT student trainee; Model City. North Campus concert, my Award for best Instrumental presented byLynon & Healy
is now a full-time collection teller. Of course,the others you Wednesday March 27, is set single recording in 1965. Incorporation for meaningful
know, except maybe the two new OCT students.They have had for 8 p.m. in the John F.Ken- Lewis won another Grammy contributions to the art of
five of these students since they opened. Two have been promoted Mr. Moncur attended this nedy Health Center. Award In 1966, and a Golden music.
one is in the Army and the two that are presently learn- special meeting and explained The concerts are on the Art
ist
ing. As for the physical set-up of the bank . They have added In detail the Model City's Series sponsored by the

lighting behind the tellers cages;put in a new bookkeeping sys- Program, and how it will ef- Student tion of each Government Associa- Looking For a Fox?
tem; moved the rails separating the main floor from the of- fect property owners if they campus.
Both
ficers; removed the shrubbery from the back door to make way are not organized to get in on at are open to the public
no charge. However Opening
because
for new drive-in tellers window;soon to have the floors com- the planning in order to get of limited Friday,
pletely carpeted a employees lunch in the seating ca-
; rooms upstairsarea firsthand information to accept -
of the bank, and they have their own switchboard set-up or to reject plans that wills pacity 500 seats at South will be Campus available, only to March 22 ,.
now. It seems that the wh o 1 e atmosphere of the bank ha not be beneficial to all con- the
for
public the
changed in service,friendliness and helpfulness... all for the cern. Mrs. Finley was again formance. Those Tuesday interestedmay per- THE FOX'S
better. Next time you are in that vicinity, look in and see for nominated for secretary, but call the Student Activities
yourself and be as proud as I am that this bank is making so declined in favor of new mem- Office to make arrangementsto

much progress. bers. Mrs. Finley has been pick up tickets at the Infor- DEN
business manager, on and off mation Booth South
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK Juanita Marshall Campus,
: secretary and
our lady Fridayfor
11011
SW 104th St.No advance 642
NW
the past five years.She has arrangements are
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK John Ross requiredfor
Ray
: Just finished a project cele-
attendance
at the North '
brating the dedication of street I Campus performance. 2nd Ave.STARRING .
VIP OF THE WEEK: Ramon Luis Ramos

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MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Muriel Vaughn Did you see what the teenagers are doing in the voter bit in DIRECT FROM THE I .

the northern area? Do you know what potential we have here APOLLO THEATRE\ :: .
The Temptations were at the Deauville last week,and I saw among our teens if we could get them together on some worthy ..
them Friday night. They are the stars of Motown Records and project? I have preached this a long time,and It is being shown .
to my knowledge, this Is the first tlmo a group of young men what can be done in channeling young people's minds, hearts THE FABULOUS :F"

singers have worked a major hotel on Miami Beach. In my i and hands Into constructive deeds. ..That is it for this week
opinion, this is a major J breakthrough for other top-notch . till the next one,LIVE LIFE EVERY GODEN MINUTE OFt TOMMY BUNT

groups. Much to my surprise, the boys were well accepted by IT.,_PEACEI \
the suave audience.They carry their own rhythm section back- j .
ed up by the big 16-piece Deauville Band. Their rendition of
Suwanee really thrilled the audience. The Temptations do a Where TheJobmobile THE VIVACIOUS
beautiful Job on Bill Kenny's "If I didn't Care" and brought
back memories of yesteryear. Next came a take-off the KIM TOLLIVERMIAMI'S

Four Freshmen and the Mills .Ithink'ou will enjoy OWN
these fellows and the material they use. Their closing with
"Hello Young Lovers" left the house rocking. Rock and Roll Is MR. PERCOLATORTHE

is a gas with a big band, and Mr. Charlie is eating up the
March 14, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
Temptations. 'The only thing that spoiled the whole eveningwas
some big mouth in the back yelling it baby" all dur- p.m. NW 3rd Avenue, between FOX'S DEN 9 PIECE BAND
17 and 18th Street. St. Agnes
ing their rendition of "Old Man River." Some of us still ain't Church. BILLY WELLS AND THE INVADERS.
ready. Nuff said.
March 15, 1968,7:30a.m.: to JACKIE CORBITT, Manager & Host
4:30 p.m. 3200 Douglas Road
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:Almost time for you to get the \Coconut Grove. OPENING MARCH 22 FRI.-SAT.-SUN. z' ,
pot out and get the peas and rice ready, chile Clyde Killen's
Night in Nassau is just around the corner . March 31st at Wanted: Waitresses and barmaids. '

I the Island Club. Get your reservations now,because you know Musicians (tenors, trumpets, trombones
there will not be any to be bought in Miami a: week from now
i KIM TOLLIVER
. Anybody who has any golf clubs laying around that they
will give to the youngsters of Dade County who are Interestedin The Fox's Den 642 NW 2nd Ave. 374-8105
taking up the game, please call meat 635-8435. If I am not
in, please leave your name and address and I will pick them up.
The clubs will be used to teach our boys and girls (we hope
there will be at least 500 of them between now and September 1
school opening) and help keep them off the street at the same

time. It is free.,Our Mayor,Stephen Clark,and our City Man- .. Now at100's
ager, M. L. Reese are all for It.County Mayor Chuck Hall and
County Manager Porter Homer also feel that it is a good pro- '

gram, and it has the blessings of the Brownsville Neighborhood popular price.
Center. We might have some professional golfers in these kids
playing in the s t r e et s. One day we can all be proud that we 3
helped if just a little '. . Advisory Board President, George ROOMS NEWFURNITURE
Kilpatrick; Brownsville EOPI Central Executive Director,
Richard Weither ley and his Deputy.. Director, Charles Feltus
and members of the Par & Birdie Club will assist as instruc-
tors in their time.
Charlie Sifford stayed In there and won some money In the "
$100,000 Doral Open last week. Pete BrownandRay Botts did rFr
not make the cut after 36 holes of play and Lee Elder did not

qualify. We congratulate "Charley Horse" .. Renee Powell,
our little "ace in the hole' on the Ladies professional Golf
Mrtdii< (Mr!
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Tour, left Monday for St. Petersburg play, and will come In
winning, wa hope, in the big one at Boynton Beach on March 1 1
I 31. . Jeff Addams and the Dino DeRose Trio have moved to Pall Mall Gold ijfl
I the Marco Polo Hotel on Miami Beach. They had a very successful -

I extended engagement/: at the Rancher Motel-Lounge miHUVtlTIIPRCCT Pall Mall Mentholin
. The teachers and aides at Manors park day care schoolare

certainly nice, and that lady in the kitchen really knows the Flat 20's
how to "burn" . Robert Seldon, of Shirley's Market, and
"Nip" following the pros at Doral last Sunday. Hal Brantleywas
tagging along, and we saw Errol Leach from Nassau following crush-proof box
Sifford a couple of days. The Home Heath Aide
Training program starting a new class for women and men FURNITURE
over 45. See Mrs. Weiss at 5252 NE 2nd Avenue, and learn

while you earn . Their graduates ((10 week course) are ,:i : '
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By JOHN A. DIAZ That was because there seem-
ed a chance for Powell's acceptance -
Adamant in his persistenceto by the Congressmenthat
become a member of Con- o H. 4pwV' expelled him, but when a rI
gress again inspite of having United States appeal court in
been excluded by his col- Washington last week refushedto
leagues last year,Adam Clay interfere with the exclusionof
ton Powell who has made the Powell by Congress, all .
Bahamas his home during the hopes for Powell's acceptance "J.I."I..
past months, is seeking reelection evaporated, observers h ,

to the congressionalseat. thought. ... ('WrJj HI",; ," ,
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When Powell reigned as the ; .'
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turday, after the Reverend Mr. tl tion and Labor Committee,his ,j.,.. )" < ': :
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Powell, bon vivant, flamboyant Washington suite of offices ..3 ;\' .
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and politician extraor- was a dazzling array of mounted '
dinary, when he communicated fish he had caught, and i
President of Florida
ROYAL W. PURYEAR, right, Memorial College
with his political friends in -" framed letters from presi- DR. is
Harlem, and they agreed at a CONGRESSMAN POWELL dents praising him for his accomplishments host to Metro Mayor, Chuck Hall, center, and TV star, Raymond Burr(Perry Mason and
meeting to support Powell's in congress as Ironside) at the Diamond Jubilee Plus One dinner for the college on Miami Beach.
renominatlon. Such an en- that the House's newest mem- chairman of that committee.His Burr accepted the position of chairman for the college's national advisory hoard
dorsement Is tantamount to ber had rejected.The personal offices then The board includes Harry Belafonte/ ,Sammy Davis, Jr., Billy Daniels, Duke Ellington}
nomination, which in turn is two young women have was dimly lit and heavily car producer Joel W. Schenker and state governors: David Cargo, .Daniel Evans and j
sure o f the election of the for- been kept on the payroll of the peted, with a hi-fi radio set anda Stanley Hathaway.

mer Congressman, as his House of Representatives to well-stocked bar containingthe Other members include seven United States Senators including Jacob Javits
Harlem followers have not yet provide minimum services for most expensive brands of ,
found another candidate to replace Powell's Harlem constituents. intoxicating drinks. New York; Spessard Holland, Florida; Ernest Gruening, Alaska; and E. L. Bartlett,
him. Alaska.

This decision by Powell to
run again, and that of his
friends to elect him again, St. Paddy's
have broken a long silence in
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regard to Powell's intentions. ,,\
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There were those who got the Day's Here :\
impression that Powell would _
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not seek election again,and instead exclusively \
Would you like to help Saint
resort to the pension for ,r: '"'1 '
Patrick love is ?
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prove green atBtrdhie'.s
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his long service in Congress < .
Why don't you? On March 15, f' '
which amounts to over$12,000a
the Northwest Center YWCA I\ } Yt ,
year. located at 5100 NW 21 Avenueis

Powell had announced a few sponsoring a Saint Paddy's downtown I I
A live band is fea-
Day Dance.
weeks
ago that he would retireif
tured and admission is
the federal courts upheld his only store |
well, come one, come all from
exclusion from his congres-
8 to 12 and in the
p.m. join us
sional seat by his colleagues.Of .
festivities . Not only that,
but for the adults, we are having -
course, in Harlem the a membership coffee from
Republicans would like to finda 10 to noon Wednesday morn- All :,Y
suitable candidate to oppose ing, March 13. "
Powell for Congress, but who f. 'kY'1, 't,I p(
can defeat Adam Clayton At this affair, we the adults, >4 tis .
Powell. Neither Jackie Robin- in this community,plan to discuss \' iI i

son, nor James Meridith, the YWCA's up coming 1' lrl'.,;
could defeat Powell. Spring Program for '68 and \
decide how we can better our "r.
While Powell was manifesting environmental living that is, r
leisurely and civicmindedly.. L. 1
a willingness and determination -
to regain his sea tin That's not all!Just for you,the ; f introducingMELANHX
t ruttesss.
Congress, his congressional Emanons, a group of high rat
splendor in the nation's capi- school girls, are having a ii N'tNS Ntt err, NtN e
tal was being obliterated. His fashion review modeling out- MAKE-UP
plush capital hill office in the fits they have designed and :

Rayburn Building was taken made themselves. : by Flori Roberts
away from him.
This happening will take "
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place on Saturday, March 16, .
The suit consisting of three at 3:00 p.m.at the Y,of course. FOil EVERY SKIN TO.' F
large rooms with a balcony U you can't make it to one func-
looking down the mall, in which tion, try the other See you New scientifically created

Powell's two-girl staff operated there! Or maybe you can give ..- . make-up means the beautiful
while the exCongressman us a call at 634-2651 to let us ;
has been in the sunny Bahamas know exactly what's on your r difference -for the palest

was substituted by a mind and we can better serve through the darke.rt complexion!.
tiny office in another building you from there. ,
The fine foundations are

specially blended to match

the amount of Melanincoloring

NO CREDIT NEEDED NOTHING TO SIGN Make-li base $3 *4? I in your skin And

Facial-Do hi-light compact $4 are co-ordinated with harmonizing

$ DELIVERS Shaker face powder with puff 3.50 powder, lip and

21" TV ,TODAYPay Cheek-Glo $2 eye colors. . a.r part o fOp

$15 More in 30 Days It's Yours -Tints crvme' or powder the 6-minute Melanin

eye shadows $2 total beauty plan.

Lenny's T.V. 754-3321 Lash-Set Mascara 2.50 MEET]. DALLAS ROBINSON

Lip-Oil Stick $2 famed make-up here

Anti-Oil Lotion $3 this week only to plan

your Melanin beauty look. !

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About I Children Taught Racist HistoryAccording

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Talk It. .. to the Chicago "reviewed" by the Chicago black men who fought for
Teachers Union American Teachers
Union's parent organization America in the RevolutionaryWar
children are being taught a the American Fed
and the
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" 200,000 Negroeswho
BETHEL "thoroughly racist account"of eration of Teachers, "are full performed "heroic
4.ur the nation's history, because of distortions and omissions
NATIONAL deeds" for the Union Army in
HAPPENINGS RJEVIEW . Negro school administrator Negroes are not givena about the Negro." the Civil War.
Herman B. Ferguson was released from the house proper share of the attention
of detention March 8, after his wife Said a member of the committee
posted$10,000 bail in New they deserve.To The committee also resent
York.Herman was the assistant high school principal charged prove its contention, the "George Washington the way the Reconstruction is
with plotting to murder a group of lcolm-xat IP School 201. Union will conduct a confer Carver and Booker T. Wash presented, a s a period the
(In Harlem NY) He allegedly called on Negroes to arm them- ence on March 22 to 24 which ington appear to be the only country should be ashamed of.
selves for the hunting season.After hearing a tape of Herman's is designed to dispell what the Negroes In history who accomplished -

speech, Queens Supremo Court Justice J. Irwin Shapiro upped -- Union calls "Myths of Ameri something. And to Miami recently, Miss
his bail to $100,000. (later reduced) . jimmy Ellis WBA '- ca's past." today Booker T. Washingtonwould Odessa Howard, a senior at

heavyweight contender and Italian middleweight champion(He DR. GILBERT PORTER The Union's chairman the be called an Uncle Carol City High, said, "We
beat Emile Griffith twice) Nino Benvenuti, hanging out togeth- committee :which drew up the Tom.ItNot ,made history Just like the

er at Miami Beach .. . Harry Belafonte and.petula Clark's Rev. Thedford Johnson, premise said that at least 12 discussed, according to white man. A textbook of all
filming the NBC-TV special for Plymoutb-Chryslerandcom- chairman of the Ministers history texts which have been this committee, are the 5,000 white people Is fantasy."
ing up with racial slender from Plymouth's advertising direc- Laymen Voter Registration

tor Doyle Lett, can cause Plymouth Corp.a great loss of soul Committee of Dade County has,
sales ,'..Former Vice announced to honor .
President Richard M. Nixon blew his plans: Dr;: : .
presidential chances when his riot views leaned in''favor with Gilbert Porter. .
police brutality .. Alabama's ; > .
Gov Lurleen Wallace (she's '
During our recent school'c NowatS f r :
presidential candidate George c.Wallaces'wife)on the critical r I s Is, there were many unsung ,
list with cancer.(Falling fast)...Band Leader Guy Lombardorecovering' "heroes" working 'for'
from artery operation..Archblsbop- elect Ter- hours behind the 1
many scenesin
rence J. Cooke(Bronx born)to replace the late Cardinal Spell- whatever way possible to popuIar'IOOs price. J
man as head of
St. Patrick's
Cathedral. Installation is set for ,restore order with dignity and
April 4 . Actress Mia Farrow
(Frank Sinatra's teen wife)
all of
respect to the teachersof
back from India,much wiser,older(mentally)and following the Dade County,and to upgradeour 1::::'. 9'of< .-
hippie cloak and dagger) part in the 250 grand DuPont's coin educational system in the _
ransom, between New York and Miami, have offers to head County and State. :(;; ':r :

State Investigation Agency. Dr. Gilbert Porter is sucha .. : . :: .
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man -,one of the few really ." : ,'. :,'.'.: '.. '.:'.,,:. ,":.>. ......
dedicated educators of our : l. !'

tr County and State. Please Join

=. us on this Saturday morning, .1w1
t March: 16, at 8:30: in Johnson
Y Hall, 1328 NW 3rd Avenue as
we pay tribute to this fine citi

zen. Pall Mall Menthol .


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BILL RONALD & ROSE LINDA SAM & DAVE r ti

The-Clock crush-proof box
AROUND ABOUT MIAMI. Anniversary time for the
Ronald Bethels (she's the former Rose Mary Clark) 3250 NW 1

214 St. . Family affair . Billy Bethel, 17801 NW,28th Ct. Postal ServicePostmaster .
to really,party March 15, at the postal Workers Ball,".Bay- '.', ,'.t. :";.. -'.

front ParkAuditorium...Eddie Bethel,Birthday March 7 . . . ...uli Jya
M. Dunlap
E.
Jimmy Bethel'Jr. (Birthday March 12))on leave from Army : lf ll "(WH rJtt'fYI( ",
announced around-the-
that
(before shipping overseas to Vietnam warfront)visitingrela ,
clock mail service from vend-
tives and friends in Miami.. Scoop Bethel's birthday March'
machines Is slated for the
22 . Mt. Pisgah and 1st Ephesus SDA Churches (Carol City ing I
near future for the Greater
and Hollywood) presenting Keith Tynes in recital, Sunday, !
March 17, at the Brownsville Community Center. Mrs. Etta Miami area. This is one of the Dee. Dee" Presents
most of recent
,
Bowles chairman. . Retraction I That pretty model's picture popular postal ,
in last week's column was not very innovations. Presently, there
Buchanopicctturebwila two self-service units of
are
pretty Theola White ..Delores ppearnext STAGE STUDIO
this located In two of ,
week .. Dave Prater (of the Sam and Dave) top singing type our : I
star was robbed from his home(the Wednesday before Christ shopping centers. IIIII '
Mr. Dunlap said the around- [ 6113 N.W. 7th Ave.
mas) on the Mayors "Sam and Dave"proclaimed. If Dave
the-clock is a new dimensionin
checked vith Agent Double 0077 Marvin Jones,he will find out
postal convenience in keep
. Alice Denmark DEDICATED TO YOUR CHILDREN'S TALENT
something Mary (Faye )Thompson, pretty ing with President L.B.John-
Richmond Heights belle coming out of the Biscayne Annex P. O. son's order to Improve the PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION IN TAP-TOE-SALLET, ACROBATIC
Miami very chicky and foxy. quality of public service and
MODERN JAZZ. OUR PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS CAN HELP
to bring Government serviceto
the American people. DEVELOP THESE TALENTS.

While self-service units ,
9y s cannot provide all services "\ritJ.: ; : YlA.t ;i.' ':' ';'t.: ,:'\l\i: :'It.p: :. ...'ft".''}

t that a regularly manned post s' '''' ;
r:> mwm SPEtIAL1II : ; .
t ,
: 'f
office can, Mr. Dunlap said . ', ks<. ,,
.I .
I" they have one major advant- 'i > ,:, ,.;,, .
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;:f.
age; continual service. The., \" 100 CUI&M "to I "v' ,- ,
units are always open, day and : ; n\ First, .f ":{'; ,

night, Sundays. and holidays, jl A I r'e; :' u
: { : < '
365 1 ,, : 3 LESSONS '$1 1' .
days per year' .' !.. .....'' for ., ;, ,', ..'1
The self-contained opera- 'W'It"' : ,

r K r facilities tions do not but replace merely existing extend '" NO i:.WMJEH,. CHARGES;:, (' .MQJTRAS"DON'T *

and supplement available ser-

vice.Mr. WAIT HAVE YOUR CHILD'S TALENTS DEVELOPED NOWIIII!!!!
Dunlap said thatawalkup -
unit is scheduled to be in
TEMPTATIONS DEE WARWICK operation on the Lincoln Road Only $1 For 3 Lessons

Mill on Miami Beach, sometime -
TEEN TALK AND SOUL SURVEY "Pretty Teen Ltndav in April. Lobby units at

Price," dedicates Brenda and the Tabulations' "To The both the Main Post Office in Remember Classes Limited to 100 Children
One I Love," to her mother, Mrs. Maggie Price, 4023 Nas- Miami and the Miami Beach
sau St., Tampa.. From cute Donnie Townsend of A & T State Post Office at 1300 Washington -
University, Greensboro, N. C., it's "La La La Means I Love Avenue are slated to be installed Mail or deposit the coupon below in our front door mail slot, located
You," dedicated to Alma Ruffle(her good pal) of West Holly- during 1968. ''at 6113 NW 7th Avenue '
wood and all her friends in Miami (The Delfunlcs Sound) . .

The Motown top singing stars "The Temptations" recover- NORTHWESTERN'SPTA Do Not Enclose
ing just fine, from their car-penn turnpike accident last week \ MoneyI
where two were seriously hurt. Their top tune is, "I Wish It PRESENTS NIGHTOF
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Would Rain." . To pretty Marlene Bowles, Miami JacksonHigh SPEECH II .
starlet, it's"The Commandments of Love."(Peaches I I

and Herb) . It's Otis Redding's, "Dock of the Bay" to AND DRAMAThe .. ..

charming :Lorraine Marche of Nassau, Bahamas . Dionne PTA of Northwestern I I
Warwick(main hit,"Valley of the Dolls)headlining this week's Senior High School will present 1 Address I
.1
New York 125 St. Apollo Show, with Red Foxx and her sister speech and drama March II I .

Dee Dee is some foxxzy. . To Herbert Murray of 2115 NW 18, at 8 p.m. in the Northwestern I Age_ Phone No. I
41st St. (from Anna Bell Saunders)it's the Four Sonics' "Don't
Have to Say you Love Me . Joan (Sexy) Russell, BiscayneAnnex's Barfield auditorium is the speaker.Mrs. Edythe The l I IMPORTANT!! Do Not Enclose Money! I
Dream" (Hesitations) modeling at I .
(PO) "Impossible J
the Postal Workers Ball, at Bayfront park Aud March 15 . Senior present High excerpts Choral from Societywill the l_________________. __' ______ _

Sam and Dave's (No.4)) "I Thank You" to Roosevelt Branic,
musical "Annie Get Your LAST WEEK FOR REGISTRATION CLASSES START MARCH 19thRound
birthday Mach 21, Brooklyn, N. Y. bus driver.This is Scoop Gun." The public is invited.
Bethel saying, "Time and tide wait for no man." C-U-NX-WK.



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o- s viR I M RwI Urban league Deputy Director is



pct cakPaccionIlamt'd Esso " Silver Jubilee Speaker "


Mahlon T. Puryear who is City," says William Smith who istrative operations of the
Whitney Young's executive director ,is in charge of the dinhe/- agency which has 83 attlliat'esin

koeo of the National Urban t,. xisau rangements. urban communities
J League will be the guest throughout the country.He .
Mr. Mahlon Puryear is a
speaker at the Jubilee Dinner Is a member of New York
graduate of Hampton Instituteand
marking the 25 anniversary of Columbia University, and State Manpower Council;Con-
the Greater Miami Urban Lea holds sultant to the Mayor's Equal
a Doctor of Humanities
The dinner celebrationwill Committee anda
gue. degree from Miles College. Employment ;
be March 28th at the
on member of the New York
After a career as college
Everglades Hotel in Miami. State Civil Service Examina-
teacher and administrator he
,
Tickets can be obtained from tion Board. He is also member -
switched to the position of
the local League headquartersat of the Advisory Council,
Personnel Counselor for the
395 NW First Street,pricedat U. S. Employment Service and
Soft Sell Svccuds in $4.50 per plate. ation Wright during Aeronautical World War Corpor-D. He the Advisory Council, Tach-
"Mablon Is not as well ers Corps.
served, also as A sslsta nt
Hard Market known to Miamians as is his Commissioner Maurice
Field Director of the American -
brother, Dr.Royal W. Puryear Ferre and Karl Bishopric, a
Red Cross at Aberdeen
Philadelphia. By break- tablish contact with "Rafael" who.is president of Florida M. T. PURYEAR Proving Grounds and on past president of the local Urban -
ing through and by-passing a -- as the placards say-- Memorial College, but he is a held a number of Important Okinawa.Mr. League and last year's
language barrier, Ralph W. Holmes. Rafael is Spanish for brilliant and dynamic speakerand posts through the years. In president of the United Fund of
Holmes, above left, added Ralph. we are delighted In obtaining 1966 he was named Deputy Puryear Joined the pro Dade County, will be Honorary
more than 200Spanishspeaking These signs helped him add his acceptance tocome Executive Director with full fessional staff of the National Chairmen at the 25th anniversary -
families to his customerlist 30 new accounts in the first down here from New York responsibility for the admin- Urban League in land has celebration.

last year, which helps to two months after they were -
explain why be was named oil- conceived and distributed. In

heat "salesman of the month"in the accompanying photo, Mr.
the metropolitan Philadelphia Holmes and Don Buckley,also
area for Humble Oil, the of Humble's Philadelphia Dis-

Enco company, three times trict marketing staff, thank
during 1967. Thomas: Sanchez for permit-
He doesn't speak Spanish, ting one of the posters to be
but that did not deter Mr. displayed in Mr. Sanchez's M
Holmes, a 1958 business-ad-
store.
grocery R... i iS'
ministration graduate of Mr. Holmes has more than -
Temple University. 1,200 other business and residential -
Talking through an interpreter customers besides the .
.wrr.wl
most often a friendly 360-plus new accounts he has i
churchman, he has been able added among Spanishspeaking -
to meet new families on families in a little over two
friendly terms in their homes years.

throughout the northern Phila- But new business--even
delphia business and residen-
when it doesn't come easyis --
tial areas which are his re- what all good salesmen keep

sponsibility.The looking for; and since the R t +
results have been citedat 1966-66 additions represent

higher company marketing nearly one-fourth of Mr.
levels as an outstanding example Holmes's total number of accounts -
of "sales initiative they show that his workto
brightened by imagination." overcome a problem : } I
Mr. Holmes's success in language was worth all the ef-
winning over 200 new customers -

among Spanish-speaking fort.Mr.. Holmes joined the
Philadelphia residents last Humble marketing organization -
year was an increase of more in Philadelphia in 1964,
than 50 per cent over the 130 after working as a deputy real- S
new accounts that his efforts estate assessor for the city. 'SS
through and with an interpreter He is secretary of the Phila- p _
had gained in 1966. delphia chapter of the National
For the current year, he is Association of Market Developers -

adding another approach. treasurer and a tA
Through the cooperatin of trustee of the 19thStreetBaptist -
friends and neighborhood Church, and Institutional
merchants, many of whom are representative for Boy Scout
already his customers, card- Troop 422.
board posters in Spanish have He is married to the former s r} { IUN V !;3 }' I r
been located strategically in Miss Lucie Moore and livesat I > skfd
places of business of various 419 S. 49th Street in Phila-
kinds, making it easier for delphia. Mr. and Mrs.Holmes

other potential clients to es- have one daughter, Lisa, 5. { } { t ftS


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COMPETENT CONFIDENTIAL go places is by Greyhound. It's a money. ONEWAY ON WAV,

I E. 0. CULMER, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT saver and a time-saver. It's quick! It's easy! Los Angeles. . $ 83.45 Indianapolis . $ 41.45

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Annual Meeting of James E. Scott, Ass'n March 26 Rent Strike Group Starts

"Crossroads to Where" is hopes to strengthen its pro.
the timely theme:of the James gram through Grants and Political Action in Model
E. Scott Community Associa- Foundations and the.United
tion Annual Meeting Tuesday, Fund. It plans to develop spec- Cities Area
March 26, 7:00 p.m. at the ial programs for the hard to
Everglades Hotel. Mr. ArchieW. reach youth between the ages.of Bernard N,"Dyer,Executive; Avenue.
Hardwick, the new direc- 10 and 17 and adults over Director of the Liberty City Their purpose would be to
tor, will be the speaker.The 18; Improve communication Community Council announced increase the registered voters
agency was founded in between the white and Negro today that the Council has role in decisions concerningthis
a, 4 + ty 1925 and has had 40 which Is the basis of citizen
t i id y A over yearsof started an all out voter edu- area, and also impress
Nt trying to help the crucial and participation in Model Cities; cation and voter registration upon the residents of this area
human needs of,the Negroesin and, to stimulate growth of drive. Mr. Dyer, who In the the need to build a political
this community. It has experienced private enterprises by Ne last two months, has travel- power base. Not only will this
all the traditional groes. led more than 7,000 miles attending be done on a block to block
approaches toward relieving Mr.Hardwich is a Group various conferenceson basis, but also twenty five per-
social I pressures. As each Worker with a Masters Degree the Urban Crisis, stated sons will be used to conduct aphono
program tried to meetaneed, from the University of Con- that the Council will place ad- -thon.
another level of human and social necticut. He comes to Miami ditional staff in the area The Council will also have a
deprivation was uncovered. with wide experiences the bounded South by 36th Street, car pool for persons desiringto
The facts are clear. development of neighborhood and North to 79th Street, Eastto register but lacking transportation -
Miami has ,been approvedfor centers in the ghetto. He was 7th Avenue,and West to 22nd .
,s. a Model 'Cities Program employed before coming to
i because of the great needs of Miami in the development of
Pr, a, this Active the Model Cities Citizen Par-
area. Citizens
Participation is imperative if ticipation.Mrs. Flip Wilson On Hijacked PlaneThe I
the program is to work and James R. Chambers,
James E. Scott hopes to playan president, states that the Among the 51 passengers on plane was returned to
important role in this phase i: Board of Directors of James the jet tht was Jacked to Miami after staying six hoursin
.... of the program. E. Scott are proud to introduce Cuba Tuesday were two Ne- Cuba. Upon landing on Unit-
JESCA this year under the him to citizens of groes, well-known comedian ed States'soil,Wilson said that
I. JESCA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ARCHIE W. HARDWICK leadership of Mr. Hardwick Dade County. Flip Wilson, and Marine he was glad to be away from
The meeting is open to the Robert Walker, 22, of 2130 the territory of Fidel Castro,
public. Reservations can be York Street, Opa-locka, re- as he was somewhat nervous
made by calling the agency turning from Vietnam. while there for the few hours.
.
758-4791. Flip was on the D8! Jet flyIng The comedian came here fora
,
:;t from Las Vegas, wherehe vacation.
had an engagement. The
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Does Coca-Cola ADVERTISERSAppreciate MIAMI TIMES! hijackers plane was in boarded Tampa.by the Brand-two (continued from page 1))

lutlneu. ishing automatic pistols, two SENATE PASSES CIVIL

have the taste They are courteous your and Cubans the pilots violently dlverte demandedthat the RIGHTS BILL 71-20

dependable. Support them! plane to Havana.
pied dwellings of four or few-

you never get tired of? er--units Stage would 3,effective be excluded.January

5 yr. Service 1, 1970, would bar discrimination -
Guarantee ELECTROLUX in sfngle-famUyhouses
RECONDITIONED sold or rented through brokers -
VACUUM CLEANER only if the owner sold the
Is it always refreshing? home himself, without the aid
of inate.a broker, could he discrim

SPECIAL PRICE Democratic and Republican
leaders are undecided as to
> 14 what action they should take in

Do things go. better Model Guaranteedand 12 TERMS EASY 'oPen housing. -


with Cokeafter by ABBEY Reconditioned with COMPLETE. WITH ALL CRB Director

...DI..... ABBEY parts. ATTACHMENTSFREE

Coke after Coke? HOME DEMONSTRATIONNO Accepts Postin

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WashingtonH.

Call 625-1261
They do for schoolteacher Shirley Hasley. They will for you,too. B. Sissel, executive director -
of the MetropolitanDade
L AFBEY-DOMESTIC 15982 NW 27th Ave. County Community Re-
-lli-F lations Board, has submitted;;
his resignation, effective as
rI of march 17.


flLIFE I INSURANCE Mr. Sissel has accepted a

position with Urban America,
Inc., which makes it neces-
I \ Doesn't Cost It PaysLast sary for him to maintain an office -
in
Washington, D. C. His
work will be in the fie Id of
year life insurance benefit payments in Community Relations and Urban -
Affairs as a private con-
America amounted to more than $12,000,000- sultant.In .
000.00.

his letter of resignation,
?e Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for he expressed appreciation
death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was to Sen. Harry p.Cain,current
N paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form chairman of CRB and his staff
of officers
for their
: : of policy dividends, surrender values, disability and loyalty. cooperation -

payments, mature endowments, and annuity -
payments. "The CRB has a good staff,
both clerical i and professional -
," he said, "and I wouldbe
ILY., LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS particularly remiss if Idid
IM1n\.Y/Ya -nia 11 114 Y Y "YI JVCJ // 1x1 IDi.i Dl4 COV
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I1II1 Profile of a Newspaperman III'' v CHARLESROGERS

:::1:::1 By GARTH C, REEVES t
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:::::::: As soup-to-nuts*newspaperman,Stanley(Sweets) Sweeting was selected to manage the controversial :1i: ::; tj
:::::::: Sweeting has worked In every facet of newspaper life 317-unit housing development Knight Manor(knownas ::::::::
jW 1 while a member of The Miami Times staff starting as Carver Village) converted from an all-white area to :::::::: .... '_ AT PL 1-7502
'::::::: a newsboy and copy boy In 1919 with the Magic PrintIng Negro occupancy. He and his family survived two dynamite :::::::; 3UY ON A
:::::::, Co. and Miami Sun owned and operated by editor- bombings and three blasts to win the battle for :::::::! FOR A COOP
:::::::1. owner H. E. S. Reeves, Sweeting peddled newspapers more decent housing for Negroes.His refusal to be intimidated :::::::: PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
:::::::: for the selling price of 3 cents.He followed the "Sun' and harrassed soon made possible the mov- 1:::: STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
::::: from 614 Avenue G (now N.W. Second Avenue) to 812 ing out of whites and the purchasing of homes by Ne- :::::::: INSTRUCTS.:
:::::::; N.W. Third Avenue and later to 834-836 N.W. Third groes in the then exclusive Edison Center. And long ::::::::
:::1: Avenue where The MlamlTimesgrewfromfour-pages before the U. S. Supreme Court's ruling on Integration 1::::
:::::;:: to eight. this exodus of Negroes Into Edison Center and the con- :::::::
:::::::: Sweeting then served as newsboy and apprentice.He struction of Holmes elementaryandNorthwesternhigh ::::::::
:::::1: later began writing sports under the caption"Southern schools saw the beginning of a new era and face lifting ::::::::
:::::: Sportology" which grew with the'paper to 12pages.He Job for Negro Miami. ::::::::
::::::: covered the sports arena for many years before chang- As quiet as its kept Sweeting claims credit for introducing ;:::::::
::::::: ing to socials and gossip. The Times later moved its football to Negro Miami. He was considered the ::;:;:::
::::::: 'plant' to 1112 N.W. Third Avenue. youngest Miamian to attend boarding school when at the ::::::::
:::::::: As a member of the Miami Times staff he has serv- age of nine he matriculated at Fessenden Academy in ::::;:::
}:: ed as newsboy,apprentice,distributor,Imposer,Linotype Florida. A year later he attempted to show the boy at mm
:::::::: operator, staff writer and columnist, secretary- old Washington Graded and High School(on the site of ::::::::
::::j' bookkeeper, proof-reader, and office manager of the the present Douglas elementary) what he saw them do ::::::::
:;::::: paper's downtown office. During these span of years with a football at the Academy. ::::::::
::::::: Sweeting has contributed columns and news articles In 1940 Sweeting and Charles C.North organized ::::::
:;::::: to Crisis Magazine, Pittsburgh Courier, New York operated Sweeting and North Stationery, Miami's first ::::::::
::::::: Amsterdam News, Baltimore Afro-American, Atlanta Negro exclusive stationery and office supply store at ::::
::::::: Daily World, Tuskegee Institute Campus Digest, and 180 NW 10th Street. In 1956 Sweeting, with Willie La- :::::::: -I
::::; Yearbook, Miami Daily News,Unlimited Magazine,and mar, organized and operated Sweeting-LarnarandAs- ::::::::
:;::::: co-edited with Charles C.North Nite Life,a local night sociates, Miami's first Negro public relations and promotion 1m
:;::::: club weekly. He Is presently dispensing a breezy and firm at 1128 N. W. Third Avenue. :::::::: '
::::::: Informative weekly column""Miami-But My Town" A member of the Collegians Club Inc., he has serv:1:::::1: A I aI
::::::: for the new Miami Times, as its Theatrical editor. ed this group as president, secretary and reporter. :::::::
;:: In 1950 S w e e tin g ran on the Republican ticket for Sweeting became an Elk in 1924 and served as recording :::::::!
.:::::: Constable In Dist. No. 2 opposing a white incumbent secretary for eight consecutive years. He is an :::::::: I !LEJ Li ] AkI PIN E S S .
.r: (Democrat) who had served for 13 consecutive years. Episcopalian and married to the former Inez Vander- ::::;::;
'::::::: Losing to Constable Tom Wood he was later appointed vitt de la pena of New York City.They have two child.4:::::: AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
::: ::1 constable on the Democratic ticket -- the first Negro ren Gayle Denise, 13, and Ivern Kennedy, 6. An older ::::::; the rr.itr od. of Norfh-Joulh Ixpretiw/
: daughter Anna-Grace Yolande teaches elementary edu- :::::: ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM ANtWHIRI IN MIAMI
:::: to serve in this capacity in the South since Reconstruction. -
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MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

RobertC.Weaverof who are old, or poor, or set be done through two major grams" are Indicators of the APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
the U. S. Housing and Urban aside from their fellow programs. direction in which we are beginning I THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
Development, predicted Americans because of skin One Is a proposal to estab- to travel in more and PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! -.
that in the next ten years color or religion. It is legis- lish National Housing part- more urban programs ----- .--
America can meet the total lation forthebypassedandthe nerships to bring private financing -
housing needs of all its dis- left out." and private manage-
advantaged people. The Administration's legis- ment talent Into the lowin

'*This can be done, he said, lative proposals call for building come housing field.
under "the largest homebuilding and rehabilitating six million The other involves organi-
program this Nation units of Federally-aided zation of a National Insurance NEW CARFINANCING
has ever conceived," a pro- housing for low-income families Development Corporation to
gram proposed in the Housingand the Secretary said.Of give property owners and
Urban Development Act of this amount, some 300,000 businessmen in slum areas insurance -
1968. units would be started in fiscal protection at a decent

The 1969, "more than half the cost.The
Secretary spoke at a
assistedhousing Secretary said that such
Federally -
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York Building Congress in we have managed to put up insurance was not only difficult -
but impossible to get In
New York City. in the past ten years.
He said that in each succeeding some core city areas. "The
"With this legislation," year the volume of practice of 'red-lining' has
Secretary Weaver said, "the Federally aided housing placed whole neighborhoods
President and the Department would be raised. "Volume is outside the pale," he said.
Housing and Urban Development the name of the game here," "And this problem has been
have culminated a he said, "and we Intend to Increase heightened in recent years by
long and arduous search for it and continue to increase existence or threat of civil % '
realistic programs to meet the it until every American disorder."
total housing needs of disad- has a decent home." Secretary Weaver said :: 41/2
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:::::::: Washington, D. CHousing discrimination is "This NCDH study documents the fact that Jobs phasis on the shifts In selected regions since 1940. i1; 1 1;
:::::::: cancelling out many thousands of Jobs unemployed are moving beyond the geographic reach of those who It goes on to examine unemployment and under-em- ::::::::
::1:1:1:1::: Negroes and other minorities could fill nowat plants need them most," Edward Rutledge andJackE. ployment by'race and geographic area; the move- ::::::::
:::::::: located in suburban areas, the Natioal Committee Wood, Jr., the committee's executive co-directors ment of job opportunities to outlying communities; ::::::::
i i:1:1:1::;:: Against Discrimination in Housing(NCDH)declared stated in releasing the report.The nation's cities and the actual effect of manpower training programs ::::::::
:::::::: here at a press briefing on Friday. cannot cope with the brutal poverty and deprivationof undertaken by the Federal Government. ::::::::
::::::::' NCDH coupled the release of a major study of the the ghetto, nor will the explosive situation generated The NCDH study points to the urgent need for fur mm11
:::::::: relationship between access to housing and Job op. by economic and social oppression abate,unless ::::::::
:::::::: portunities with an appeal to the A merican business Negro citizens are free to move to where the ther Investigation of the relationship between educationtrainingemployment :::::::
:::::::: community to exercise leadership In the opening of .
Jobs are, the two men declared.The housing, transportation m m1
:::::::: the nation's total housing supply to all citizens. 48-page report is entitled, "The Impact of and industrial development. ::::::::
:::::::: The charge of houslngiiscrimlnation: as it relates NCDH cautions however said
Housing Patterns on Job Opportunities' and psychologist against overstudy, ; 1::::1
:::::::: to employment is a major finding of a study of five
president, Metropolitan Applied Research its report was a preliminary study presented "In :::::;::
::::
:::: metropolitan areas begun last spring. Center, Inc. the hope that it will help to establish guidelines for ::::::::
i:1:::: National in perspective, it represents the first The American business community is in a stra- the development of a realistic nationalstrategyandpragmatic ;:::::::
:::::::: concrete proposal for dealingwiti major aspects of and actionto priorities for most ::::
tegic position to stimulate public private program meeting ::::
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:::: the urgent problems reported last week by the b r 1 d g e the gap between where people live and urgent domestic problem confronting this nation.; ::::::::
:i111m President's National AdvlsoryCommisslononCivil where people work, Dr. Clark asserts. He points to The overwhelming proportion of new jobs created :::::::: .
:::::::: Disorders. corporate industry's "unique capacity to assembleand in recent years have been located outside the center ::::::::
::::: The five metropolitan areas are Baltimore, New cities in ::::
analyze facts, its vast organizational resourcesand areas where Negroes are denied housing ::::
:':1:::1:1: York, Philadelphia Louis and San Francisco.In above all its 'traditional will to succeed'." either by overt discrimination or lack of moderate:1::1::::1
::::::: the central cities of th e s e complexes from 1951
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Dr. Clark said there are strong economic reasons cost accommodations. ;:::::::
::1:1'::::1 to 1965 manufacturing Jobs decreased by 360,000. for business to provide leadership in efforts"to rid A recent Bureau of Labor Statistics study shows i 1 11
::::;:: The study is the first in depth examination of this nation of a ghetto system which is increasingly that from 1960 to 1965 at least 62per cent of valu- :;:;:;::
;:::::: racial patterns housing as a barrier to employ- ation for ::::
destructive of both financial and human resources. permits new Industrial buildings and 52 ;:::
;::::::: ment at time when and trade establishments
a manufacturing The survey begins with a broad overview of population per cent of those for mercantile establishments ::::::::
::1:1:1:1::: increasingly are locating outside central movements in metropolitan areas, with em- were for construction in the suburbs. ::::::;:
1:1::::1: cities.

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a Lows to Aid the PoorClarksdale
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r hard-hitting document sent to compulsory school attendance NAACP branches, Mr. Henry
HII.t every legislator In the state, be enacted; that a also called for a state program
Aaron Henry, president of state minimum wage should encouraging all citizens to
Mississippi I state NAACP, provided; that it is absolutely register !and vote, andproviding -
solicited their "support In en- necessary that we improve the each registered voter witha
1 ; acting legislation that will relieve welfare system for people who card indicating registration.Dr. .
the problems' of under- cannot find work or are unableto Henry states, "Wewel-
11iiH,1 privileged Negro and white work; that the state enact a come the opportunity to dis-
citizens of the state. housing code;and that Negroesbe cuss these issues with you at
The document recommendsthat employed In every bureau any time. We will amend this
"Mississippi pool is educational and agency of state gov- petition as time goes on and,
resources into one ernment." new conditions arise and old
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.:j LAUDER .Q' 0] AROUNDlfHF BAHAMAS R. LUTHER BRAYBOY, SR.

1 v, BY TONI SMILEY nr t i <*V ii. '
.. Coach Ernest Bullard can get little or no consolation from
the fact thatthebsstteamdidnotwin..Blanche Ely's "Fighting
The Churches of God In Christ of Greater Miami, Fort Lauderdale The "Exodus," a 100-foot and also at the Victoria Col- Tigers" lost a 79-78 thriller to secondranked, Key West last
Dania, Hallandale and other parts of Eastern Florida motor vessel, arrived inNas- lege of Music 'and Drama. Friday night. Coach Bullard is to be commended for fieldingthis
held their Holy :Invocation at Johnson's Temple in Fort sau from Texas on March 4. Since he returned home in 1963 wonderful team in their initial year of the Florida High

pierce, on Sunday, March 10th. The District Chorus of Pom- It is owned by a local company he held teaching posts at West- School! Activities Association. Roy Glover and Vernon Taylor
pano rendered the musical protion of the program. Bishop and will be used In the Out ern Seconday School and at Py- were both picked for the All Broward Team for 67-68 both are
Island mail service. The shipis from Road School.He .
E, D. Johnson, Bishop of the Eastern Florida Churches of GodIn Bullard* coached.
Christ delivered message,Those seen attending the con- said to have cost over$100- is survived by his mother Democratic hopefuls in Broward are seeking to upset GOP

vocation from Fort Lauderdale were: Mrs.Alice Hopkins, Mo- 000.Constable Mrs.Olga Saunders,four incumbents for offices from Congress to dog catcher.Francis
ther Freddie Brownlee, Mrs.Susie Rogers,Elder E.J. Ander- Dewitt Russell of sisters and two brothers. K. Buckley a Ft. Lauderdale attorney is wooing the pemocratic
son, Deacon Phillip Williams, Mrs. Melissa Brannon,Deacon the RoyalBaha mas Police primary nomination to unseat GOP Congressman J. Herbert
Force died on Feb. 18,at Princess After a seven-day strike Burke of the 10th is
Lloyd Carter, Mrs. Beatrice Bell, Mrs. Lizzie McIntyre, Congressional District. Burke a Holly-
Wallace Rogers, Jr., Lavon D. Rogers, and Carolyn Rogers. Margaret Hospital. He which threatened to put a wood man so Mr. Buckley has his work cut out for him. Judge
was injured j two weeks pre- shortage on food and other Douglas Lamberth will be trying tounseat Republican Russel
viously in a traffic accident at goods in Nassau, and estimated Clarke for the State Attorney Office.Clarke was appointed by
A belated Bridal Shower was held for Mrs. Ora Diane Coral Harbor. He Is survivedby 300 members of the United Governor Kirk so Judge Lambeth should be a shoo in. Judge
Harris at the home of Mr.and Mrs.John Davis of 832 NW 16th his wife,Dorothy,and three Brotherhood of Longshoremenback Robert J. O'Toole will be trying to remove recently appointed

Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. Mrs. Doris CampbellMissOuida children. A native of Crossing to work on Feb. 23. The Circuit Court Judge Stewart F. Lmotte. Judge Raymond Hare

Howard, Mrs. Ada Davis, Mrs. Houston Feby, Miss Diana Rock, Abaco. He was a mem- men stopped work the day after will be trying to remove Judge John Moore recently appointedwhen
Davis, Miss Camille Davis and Miss Ton Rogers were among ber of the Mobile Division of they had signed a three-year the 17th Judicial Circuit was enlarged. Small claims

the guests. the police Force. contract with shipping agents, court, Sheriff's office or what have you is up for grabs in

Basil E, A. Saunders, 31, saying they wanted a one year Broward, when you go to the polls choose wisely -- Demo-
died suddenly at Princess contract. Labor leader Randol
crat!
The Most Supper Club of
Pompano was jam packed on last
Margaret Hospital on Feb. 17. Fawkes pleaded with the
Saturday night for the James Carr show. Why do children leave home? In Broward County alone 183
Mr. Carr has made
He was a victim of diabetes. stevedores to return to work
hit recordings them kids left home. Something is rotten in Denmark when these
Drowning many Man," "Love among Attack,"were"Dark: "Pouring End of the Water Street on'a Mr. Saunders hosted the popular but they just didn't budge. Ata many kids just walk away from home. No need to ask who is
ZNS prOgram
"A Man Needs A Woman," and many others. Also appearingon "Lend Me Cabinet meeting with agents, to blame parents, keep your children close to you.I .
Your Ears" since 1964. He Premier made
Pinding a plea
the show was Larry Sears of Pompano, and Fort Lauder- was a graduate of St. John's and soon after the meeting the have no appetite for delinquent parents. The child wants

dale's own "Miss Soul" Miss Regina McPhee, who is a 1966 College, Nassau; continued his strikers went to work. They you, (the parent) bikes, cars, etc. is not the melting pot of

graduate of Dlllard High School. Those seen enjoying the per- studies at the Guild School of accepted the 32 per cent increase communication with your child. Spend some time with him,
formance were: Mrs Joan Hinton, Mrs. ZelmaHolloway, Miss Music and Drama in London, offered from the first. listen to him, and take whatever steps necessary to keep him
Terry Rogers, Miss Toni Rogers, Mrs. James Major. Mr. home. Drink coffee with him!That's communlcatlonif you make
Roger Johnson and guest, Miss Anna McCray and Miss Lerner it hot enough.
of the involved have
Cambers. parents Condolences are in order to Mr. William (Bill) Burroughsand
curbed the vandalism in the
Carver family of 1230 NW 70th St.in Liberty City. Mrs. Beatrice

On last Saturday night, March 9th, the Sweeting Foundationheld school Susie for the Daniel past 30 days. Burroughs, mother and wife of this lovely family died last
Mrs. principal
its Annual Fashion Show and Ball at the Governors Club Ranches and Mr. Edward Smith, president Thursday one day before her birthday. R was my pleasure to
Hotel. The theme for this years show was "Fashions of theTimes' have high praise,for the have known this wonderful lady. If any one cared for their
family and their fellow man it was Mrs.Burroughs. There wasa
starring O'Neals Fashionettes of Miami.The musical
work of this community which
News
regal majesty about her that will be forever rememberedby
arrangements were by Mr. Alfred Pinkston and his band. The includes and
parents, boys those who knew her.I feel that:I am better person for hav-
models displayed fabulous array of today's fashions in By Walter Bov girls from this community.
lingerie, sports apparel, casual wear, cocktail and evening at- ing known Beatrice Burroughs.To .
tire. The models were Barbara Alexzander, Minerva Dickey, VFW Post No. 8195 is malting those who seek the love of God and the sincere fellow-

Selvia Robinson, Louis WatkinS, Lorene Morny and Melrina plans for its seventh anniversary ship of mankind,, the RevJH. S. Everett, pastor of Mt. Bethel
Allen. Among the guest attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Lafe- ball on Monday even- MIAMI TIMES Baptist Church in Ft. Lauderdale, extends a welcome wor-
ing, March 25 at the Elks .. T rJ..lJIJ ship to visitors and residents of Ft. Lauderdale.
yette Hart, Mr. George Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.Eugene Bright,
Mr. and Mrs. Sampson, Mr.and Mrs.James Gardner, Mrs. Lodge No. 652 In Fort Lauder- Attf Notes from a long fingernail...George (Scottie) Scott cruising -

Alberta Ailer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Long, Mrs. Martha dale. W. C. Bakerandhisband arrstOSlft": East on the Strip in his new Bonne ville . The Court cool
Mitchell and Mrs. Louise Bradley. will be there. The Post will and suave making Smalltalk with the ladies at Pinder's Bar and ,_
meet at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, .BRIN Grill '. Scoe Parson's making it big at the Track. . Walter t.

March 17. .:- Bowe checking things out at the VFWClub . Mrs; Emma
RESULTS Lou Glass, wife of Mr.Cleorphus Glass is expecting .That's
The Charmette Club of Hal- thirty for this time till next time . Buy the Times
landale and West Hollywood
INOB'l'R'S''Z'BJlV ,BUREAU :
will have their party Friday
'fit: ''f*" ,STA ,STOO ED, *: night at Post 8195 on Pem- -.-.-..--..-..--.-...-..-.-.-.-...._..---00--000.0.0055.-.0.050.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-.-.-.-..

'$PR'N' A SUMMER ''P KAGE JO RS broke Road and 48th Ave. the 0 0

public is invited. David Mer- i EARN i

Escorted Air-Conditioned ritt, president.The .
f&f. Happy Timers Club is : 0us.

BUS TOUR OF FLORIDA lfJi also having a party at the VFW 40 % i

Visiting eight beautiful cities Post Saturdiy night, March 16. i e , ,p7r + ,
Ocala, There will also be a raffle. .
Daytona, St. Augustine Tampa
Orlando, Winter Haven, St. Petersburgand Come out and enjoy yourself.Mrs. : ssEKss xs? COMMISSION

Sarasota Naomi Owens,president.The . 'sS

Youth Committee of .
Eight-Day All-Expense Trip .
Carver Ranches "Communityin .
$126.OOtwo( to a room) Action,"held its first meet- .. ...

$157.8Osingle( room) ing Sunday, Feb. 18, in the .0
Ranches 0 M + 'wVH + .
at
cafetorium carver u +
Get Fr.. Brochure. Male Reservation Nowl Elementary. From all the .. ..

ideas and suggestions coming :

Escorted Air-Conditioned from the youth we the committe .. ce M1pM1w ..
decided to form a Youth 0 A .
i.
BUS TOUR OF FLORIDA 0 P" fS
Mack Is
Council. Rev. B. L. w 0
S .
Visiting three beautiful cities chairman of this group and .. iM .

Ocala, Silver Springs, St. Petersburg plans are many for the future 0 Q, ,pat es ottu 4 i ..
.
"Vandalism Carver S Ir.w N "wre y S 0 S
Three.Day All-Expense Trip ,. t, i aKRi' ran 0n.
Ranches Elementary School Is .
$47.20two( to a room) dying out." : ..
., al i iS .
$61.6Osingle( room) 'j "
$ Nv ,
The carver Ranches Com i iV L :
Get Fr.. Brochur Make Reservation Nowl munity in Action program has .. In. ,p w"ti M. ..

gotten off to a good startin : nu .

TO JAMAICA curbing vandalism at the : u ms. First you buy 11 copiet of the Miami :
AIR TOUR school. ; i "' Times for 99<. Sell them for 15< a o

Visiting Kingston and Montego Bay chairmanandcochairman : sno e"M o piece. You make 66< profit. with :
The
Five-Day All-Expense Trip 0 this profit plus your original 99f in- ;
Mr. WyertM.
of this
group,
: vestment, you buy 22 more Miami :
$191.95 Martin and Mr. Enoch Times. Repeat this process untilyou ;

Includes Air Fare, Transfers, Whitehead respectively, have : are selling 50 or more papers. When :

Hotels and Meals, Sightseeing made home visits in the area. : ,,.t' you arv selling 50 Miami Times, :
The purpose of these visits is fy ?3 you will make $3.00 profit for yourself .
Get Frt Brochur.. Make Reservation Nowl to inform parents and other ;,. each week. :
: '
interested persons of the need 0
0
for more parental control over 0 j 1"' 0
.
AIR TOUR TO NASSAU boys and girls who might participate .. :; ., .
; .
Five-Day All-Expense Trip in these acts of van- .. .
dalism. .
$129.00 ; .' :
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Includes* Air Fare, Transfers, During the past four months .'II'' i .
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Hotels and Meals, Sightseeingand Carver Ranches Elementary
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Night Club visits School has been the "target"of i 0s' Call 691-0421 .

G.t Fr.. Broehur. Make Reservation Now! vandalism in Broward 0 0.
County. .

:NORTH'$ J AV L 'B AU : The frequency of these van- : The Miami Times 6530 NW t 15th Ave. :

,) 1Q';(, N. W, ; rAY h I'Mid: t, :frorJ.d '3 ,t3 1 dal acts decreased due to the 0. 0 0

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 15, 1968 ALBERT


Tb CARD family OF of the THANKS late sad IN but MEMORIAMIn loving memory of Cannon Infant, 5529 Ramona NW 30th Denise Ave.,


I I' I ECARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I II MRS. BEATRICE M. BETHELwho our dear one.ISHMAEL died chapel.vices parents March were Among held, Mr.6.Saturday her Funeral Lee survivorsare and in Mrs.ser-the


departed this life, Feb.
Ada Cannon grandparents,
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn 19, 1968, wishes to express ,
sister.
IN MEMCRIAMIn one
who
heartfelt thanks to all

I memory of my mother helped to make their grief
sad but loving memoryof family of the late Infant DominguezJones,
easier to bear during their recent -
our dear son and brother 10371 SW 177th St. Perrine,
..- ,., WILLIE (Sailor Boy) DAMES bereavement. I} died March 5. Funeral ser-
Your vis its ,cards, telegrams -
Im.t : wishes to express their thanksto and vices were held Saturday in the
i1 florals
prayers,
.. their relatives and
many chapel. Among survivors are
will
It' other acts of kindness
friends for all kind acts and . linger with us. parents and grandparents.
:\ gestures rendered during
Special thanks to Father
their hour of bereavement. Infant Brenda Fay Johnson,
Lambert Sands and St. Agnes
Special thanks to Rev.,George T Episcopal Church 116 Balles Rd., Goulds, died
W. Allen of Key West, John- y' congre- March 6th. Funeral services
4 43e"
: Ifl gation Dr. Albert Edwards
,
"
.. son Funeral Home, Mr. and 1 + were held from the Perrine
.,It.. Dr. Stanley S. Johnson, neigh- -e!! +
Mrs. Ferris Mrs. Lucille
bors of 68th and 69th Terraceand chapel Saturday. Among sur-
: Q Myett, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy the House of Albert for efficient vivors are parents Mr. Jack

.\ J ) Allen and the many friends who and understanding ser CASH ROLL and Mrs. Pear lie M. Johnson;
were so kind to our family.
: vices rendered.She one brother Jack Jr.
.. g, J Thelma Dames Carey, leaves to mourn her loss who departed this life March
daughter 16, 1964.
j' three daughters Mrs. LottieB.
..'sw. ... Jr.<'i James (Buster) Collie, son Hanna, Mrs., Margaret B. Gone, but not forgotten.May Mrs. Mattie Hughes, 10435
Merkleak Clark, sister light perpetual shine '74Th/Ter.7 Perrine died
SW
Jones, Mrs. Mabel B.Stirrup. ,
CAMPBELL "Bubber" MOSS
... Kernell
Dames grandchildren him.
upon tf..
survivors
SELENIA SEARS Two sons, Mr. James H.. March Among are
who passed away March 6, and Family. Bethel and Mr. Lewis A. two daughters, Pearl Edwardsand

1957. who passed on March 8, 1965. Bethel and a brother Mr. Oc- Mrs. Clotilda Rolle, wife Clara Mosely; one son

May he rest in peace and Gone, but not forgotten. tavis Gibson,anda host of sorrowing children and sisters. Daniel Webster, Jr.,and other
may light perpetual shine upon IN MEMORIAMIn Farther along he knows all relatives and friendsIN relatives. Funeral services

him. about us. Saturday March 16 at 1:00
of :
loving memory my Farther along he'll understandwhy. CARD OF THANKSThe
from the Perrine chapel.
p.m.
wife mother and
grand-
our ,
Mrs. Dollle, Moss, mother .
mother family of the late
Campbell Moss, Sr., father Cheer up my brother live in MEMORIAMIn Leroy McCray, 1040 NW 62
uk .
Mrs. Mae Bell Moss twin the sunshine
f. loving memory of my St.Apt. 72, died. March 6th.
sister He'll understand it all and
by
', ): dear husband, Among survivors are wife
Eugene Moss, son by.
Georgia Mae three sons John
Tyrone Williams ..... - ---, ;
nephew. Lee and Jack two
/. I Gregory ;
'.'
1 James Sears, husband
1. daughters Linda Ann and
James Ferguson, son 'I" :'" Phillis; mother Mrs. Ruby

IN MEMORIAMIn Hortence Mingo, daughter White; two brothers, Joe and

loving memory of my Helen Gorden, daughterIN Willie; two sisters, Shelly M.

daughter, sister, aunt and Miller and Annie B.Joyce.Ar-
niece p' rangements are incomplete.
:
MEMORIAMIn .,\
I Hardy Rogers, 2540 NW 152
St., Opa-locka died March 11.

memory of Among survivors are wife Isa-

belle; one son Samuel; three

11r daughters Valarie, Millicent,

a ..... ..------....."' !'..,..... k l Gretchen; five brothers
r Elmore, Herman, Vasco,
MRS. IVA WILLIAMS SGT LEROY E. VALDEZwho Loraine, Hampton; six sisters

_I whose life was terminatedMarch departed this life Feb. 2, Sarah Williams, Lessie Hall,
13 1955. ROBERT JOHNSONwho
1968, while serving the U. S. Cerlester Roberts, Roxanna
and take this life March
We sleep on departed
say Air Force in Viet Nam wishesto Mitchell, Mable Mongeon,
your rest,We love you,but God 11,1966.
express gratitude and Frankie Hill; one aunt; one
loves you best. Gone, but not forgotten. thanks to all who helped to uncle; eight sisters-in-law;

-- Sadly missed by wife, make our grief less hard to two brothers-in-law. Reposein

LEOLA M. PIEZE Mr. Samuel Williams and bear during our recent be- the Opa-locka chapel Fri-

who departed this life March children Mrs. Leanna Johnson and reavement. Your cards, tele- day, at 1 p.m. Funeral ser-
Family
grams, telephone calls, vices Saturday, March 16, at
4, 1967. Sgt. Elwood Williams, Mrs. florals and other acts of kind- 4 p.m First Baptist Church in

Twilight and evening falls Thelma Mitchell, Uellen Wil- I CARD OF THANKSThe ness will forever linger withus. Bunche Park.
The earth is wrapped in peace liams Mrs Myrtis Thomas,
Special thanks to Rev.W.J.
And the soft air seems to Earl Williams, lone, Edwin, --- Macon and members of the
crade it Adrian Carl and STELLA W family of the late
Maxine, MRS. NELSONwho First Baptist Church of
CARD OF THANKSThe
And worldly cares release Samuel Williams and grandchildren departed this life March REV. BOYSIE COFFEE Bunche Park and the House of
express our appreciation for
11,1965.
Albert
Funeral Home for their
Twilight and all is still There is a blessed home beyond the kindness shown during our services. family of the late

The days work has been cast this land of woe, time of sorrow. Your numer-

And night enfolds the earth in Where trials never come, nor ous cards, letters,telegrams, Ernestine V. Bones, mother MRS. SARAH BOSFIELD
sleep. IN MEMORIAMIn tears of sorrow flow and flowers will long be re- Richard Dames, father ROBERTSwish

And peace abides at last. We love her, but God loves membered. Virgil Valdez brother to thank the many friends
,
May she rest in peace and light memory of our husband, her best. Special thanks to the Rev.A, Beatrice Johnson and and neighbors for the kindness

perpetual shine upon her. father, and grandfather, McCraney and members of Evelyn Newbold grandma shown to them during the recent -

Sadly missed by the family +, rti Sadly missed by mother, Morning Star Holy Temple, thers. sickness and deathof
Mrs. Vera E.Smith, mother Mrs Stella Williams staff of Jackson Manor Nurs- their mother.

Mrs. Fredericka Bruton, three daughters, husband, ing Home, staff of 3-Warner Specialthanks is extended

sister four sisters, two brothers, M!. Sinai Hospital and friends Dr. Robert Reid,the Rev BL

Mrs. Winnifred Rolle, other relatives and friends. and neighbors. IN MEMORIAMIn Davis, officers and membersof

sister May God bless you all. memory of my loving wife Bethel AME Church, the

Rev. A. L. Maura, brother The Butler and Coffee -...- pastor and members St.

Bertram Maura, brother CARD Of-. THANKSThe Families. John Church of Miami, to the

Julia Johnson, aunt ; various clubs of the city, and
George A. Smith, step- I family of the late CARD OF THANKSThe the Key West Undertaking

father .1.1I '\ family of the late Company.The cards, letterstele-

grams and floral displayswere
CARDOF THANKSWe 1 WILLIE WATSON ,', highly appreciated by the
.t gratefully acknowledge all of family.

late \ ......'. .".,' .. .. the many cards, flowers, and p 4
of the
the family NATHANIEL GORDONwho '
; i. most of all your understandingand
DEACON STEPHEN . ; Mrs. Isabell, Margurite:
ROBERTS departed this life March i ... our hour compassionate of bereavement thoughts in and Roosevelt Roberts, and

give special thanks to the 7, 1962. \l family

Church of God of Prophecy, Also our sister and daughter Janie Watson, wife ---- -

Rev. Arnold :IDemeritte, pas- Cora Watson mother
,
tor; the Range Funeral Home HELEN C. GORDONwho Ernest Watson, brother IN MEMORIAMIn

for such efficient services;the vfjCHARLES Ceso Riddick, sister.
Church of the Open Door, Rev.H. departed this life March memory of our demised

D. Long, pastor and Rev. 28, 1943. EDWARDNICKSON IN MEMORIAMIn SISTER TRUDffi WHITE loved one
H. C. McDowell,emeritus;and
Life's dream is who died March 16, 1967.
past
,
MR. BURRILE MITCHELLwho
the choir and members of the loving memoryofmyhus-
with
acknowledge great appre-
All its sin, its sadness;
church, the Sunshine Com ciation all acts of sympathy' band, our brother and uncle, Sidney White, husband departed this life March
munity Federated Club; Urban Brightly at last dawns a day of given during our hour of be- 14,1967.
League; the Family of Elks; gladness. reavement. Your cards, tele- DAVID PATTERSONwho --
We feel that he is not dead
,
friends of Jackson Memorial grams florals and other acts died March 11 1967.
Hospital and neighbors for the Under thy sod, Earth receiveour of kindness will forever linger One year ago you left us, BAHAMAS FILLERS but Just away and we know that
to rest in we will join him on that celestial -
such flowers treasure, Gone but
many kindnesses as with us. Thanks also to the not forgotten.Mrs. .
telegrams and cards sent God waiting all his pleasure.Mrs. staff of Range Funeral Home. Pauline Patterson, British Eagle is to recom- day.

us. wife mence flying operations be-
Agnes Rolle and Olivia Elcena Gordon, wife The Family Deacon Burney W. Patterson tween London and the Bahamas Hannah Mitchell, wife

Rogers, daughters and family and children. brother and family effective April 21, 1968. daughter Thelmarie M. Robinson,



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Clarence Cato of 1985 D NW day, March 16,at 1030amin V.F.W. ACTIVITIES i WOOLWORTH'S
Boysie Coffee of 1290 NW 4th Ave, died Saturday March St. Agnes Episcopal Church. Commander Kernell Dames
St. died Wednesday March 9. He is survived by brother
41 ,
He will lie in repose Friday called VFW Post 5693 of Gpa-
6. He is survived by a daughter Dade Jenkins; a sister Johnnie afternoon, then taken to the locka, to order for a regular'
Mrs. Aletha Butler;three Williams two very close church at 7
a.m. Saturday. meeting this past Sunday night A / / / 1I'
sisters Mattie Coffee, Mattie friends Mr. and Mrs. Harold and
as usual there was much J
Morgan and Ada Bradshaw; Butler. Funeral services were Walter Jones of 1715 NW74St. business to discuss. \
three brothers Grant, Rufus conducted Thursday, March ., died in Mercy Hospital.He Building Committee chair- I I'
and James two grandchildren 14, at 1 p.m. in the chapel. is
; survived by his wife Alberta man Ed Brown reported that
Duanne and Wayne Butler. two sons, Kenneth and James he had a bid for the coming M
Funeral services were con- Mrs. Z ilpha Ann Rolle of 728 two daughters Joyce Major and post home. This bid by a contractor 1\' 6..r6".t coltow.
ducted Monday, March 11, at NW 48th St., died Saturday, Lillian Brown; five grand- was in the amount of
3:30 p.m. in the chapel. Mirch 9. She is survied by children three
; great grandchildren $23,000. He further stated that KITCHEN
Mrs Gertrude G. Pickett of eight sons James, Henry, Arrangements are the Building plans will be let . .
2377 NW 60th St., died Tues- Samuel, Carol, Gene, Robert, incomplete. to other contractors in an '
day, March 5. She is survivedby Zacheus and Stephen; three effort to accept the lowest bid. '' TERRIES
her husband Rev. James daughters, Muriel Smith, Hattie Sister Rinah Smith of 1369 %
Pickett; four sisters Mercury Walker and Francetta NW 69 St.,died Tuesday March THIS IS WHERE THE \ ,t
Duhard and Odessa Hightower; Jackson; three sisters Viola 12. She is survived by a daughter -
brothers Rev. F Roberts, Sadie Saunders and JOBMOBILE IS *
three C. Mrs. Rosa Johnson; two 88
Curvin, and Clifton Curvin. Hazel Clark; 33 grand child- grandchildren; two sisters- March 18, 730 4:30 p.m. :.: .
Funeral services were con- ren; one great grandchild. in-law; several nephews: and NW 17th Ave and 64th Street. < pt h.
ducted March 12, at 3 p.m. Funeral services will be con- nieces. Arrangements are incomplete March 19, 7:30: 4:30 p.m. ""fI. .,
>
ducted Saturday, March 16, at 16550'NW 27th Ave. Food Fair. t a : ,
pleutarno Parker, better 4 p.m. in St. Marys Weselyn March 20, 7:30 a.m. 4:30 "' . Color match a package of
known as Mr.Pluealongtimeresident Church. Rufus Foster of 745 NW 47th p.m. NW 14th Ave. and 64th ,,ey. three kitchen towels or
five dish cloths! Choose
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of Miami, died in Savannah Ter., died Monday, Mirch 11. Street. NAPVr ="
Ga., services were John Bell of 266 NW 50th St. He is survived by his wife, March 21, 730; a.m. to 4:30 checks or stripes.
conducted Wednesday, March died Saturday, March 9. He is Helen; Arrangements are in- p.m. N W 17th Ave. and 71st _
13 in the chapel. survived by his wife, Laura; complete.MRS. Street. NOME"R'
one sister Elnora Bell; three March 22. 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
joesph Harris of 1743 NW half sisters;two brothers.Ar- Marie Bell of 15721 p.m. NW 54th St.and 12th Ave. ''ropprr" of a rug

66 St., died Wednesday, March rangements are incomplete.Robbv NW 17th Pl.,died recently.She Grand Way.ANNUAL.
6. He is survived by his wife is survived by her sister, SxS'RAYONPILE
Gussie; a son Joseph Jr.; a Rell Amv of 8920NW Mrs. Geneva Stewart. Ar- / BUILDERS r
16th Ave., died Sunday, March DAY
step-son Samuel Wilson; five rangements are incomlete.
brothers Willie Ivory, Henry 10. He is survived by his wife You are cordially Invited to RUG
James and Nathaniel; a half Callie; five children;a mother attend the First Annual Build
brother J. P. Jenkins; three Mrs. Celie Bivins; a brother FRANCIS er's Day at Macedonia First |
sisters Teddie Haywood, Mer- George Coster. He will lie in Baptist Church of Coconut |
cedes and Ernestine Thompson state Thursday, then shippedto Miss: Carolyn Brown of 245 Grove, 3515 Douglas Road. |i t 297
; seven grandchildren. Quincy, Fla., for final rites. NW 11 St., Apt. 31 died, March Theme. "Builders for Christ: 1
Funeral services were con- 5, in Jackson Hospital. Fun- Accent on Youth," Sunday, .
ducted Wednesday, March 13, Sgt. Robert J. Washingtonof eral services will be held sa- March24. I :1.99 ra/rr

in St. James A ME Church. 3611 East 2nd St., Panama turday, March 16, at 2;00 p.m. Thick cut pile has
rayon
City, died Sunsay, Mirch 10. Ebenezer Methodist Church, The morning speaker will be I'| skid-resistant Tex-A-Grip
Arthur James Lacy of 1039 He is survived by a wife Elzine Rev. Aaron D. Hall, officiat- Mrs. Ida T. Ratcliffe and the | back. Fringed"ends. Gold,
NW 1st Ct., #8 died Friday, of 5550 NW 10th Ave.; a son ing. Remains will repose in the evening speaker, Dr. Gilbert avocado,brown,red,royal.
March 8. He is survived by his Robert Jr.; four step children; chapel beginning 1 p.m. Fri- Porter. Miss Rosyln Scippo is
wife Ernestine; two children; his mother Alice; seven sis- day until 7 a.m. Saturday.Re- general chairman and Rev. ,
his mother, Mary Jane; four ters Bessie Mea Laird, Frica mains will repose in the J.A.F. Finlayson, is pastor.
brothers, George William, Johnson, Mary Robinson, church beginning 8 a.m. Saturday
Archie and Virgil; three sis- Ethel WashingtonVonzola and until funeral time.Sur- "'"""'011 inn< r.0iY
ters Emma Mary, Operal and Ruby Washington, and Curly vivors include her father FIRST GRADERS GET
Francis. Funeral will be con- Mae West; a brother Arthur Lloyd; one brother Larry; two I :. ::a SAILClOTHSNEAKERS I
ducted Friday, March 15, at Funeral services will be con- sisters Sandra and Lydia; HYDROFOIL RIDE
4 p.m. in the chapel. ducted Saturday, March 16, at grandmother; one uncle;three On Thursday, March 14, ..
11 a.m. in the chapel.! aunts. Mrs. Elaine Elmaleh{ an intern ..,,*,;,:,.

Beatrice A. Burroughs of t in the University of Mi- n' ,. ......
1230 NW 70th St., died Thurs Edward Albert Wake of 5175 Vincent Minnis of 220 NW 13 ami Teacher Corps program, ..,, ,.
day, March 7. She is survivedby NW 33rd Ave., diedinJackson St., died March 8. Funeral took some sixty first graders 1 r t' rrrr
her husband William; a son Hospital. He issurvivedbyhiswife services will be held Saturday from the North County Ele- /<< 127
William, Jr.; three daughters Mar jorie; four daughters March 16, at IjOOp.m.inthe; mentary School on their first 5 KV
Catherine Daniels, Beatrice Wilma Gilbert, Mar jorie chapel. Remains will repose in visit to downtown Miami and a
Cooper and Betty Brown; other Counts, Athea HaylingandArdis the chapel beginning 1 p.m. ride on a hydrofoil. 1..T0 ralNr
children David Young, Gladys Orr; four sons William Ed- Friday until funeral time. ,
Haynes, Vera Young and Pearl 1 l ward A. Jr., Alexander and Survivors include father Mau- Assisted by teachers Mrs. Colorful cotton sailcloth
Naomi Davis and Mrs. Mildred uppers! Misses' sizes 5 to
Donald thee sisters, Rhoda rice; onebrother Edward
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Hepburn; eighteen grandchildren t' , 10 girls' sizes 12X; 4
five great grands. Fun- Cui me r Ruth Morris and nephew, Maurice. Williams, they assembled at ii Y k' to 'andchildren's
; r x > sizes 5 12.
eral services were conducted Sarah Benson; twenty one the Djpont Plaza docks before : to
their thrilling and enjoyable
Thursday, March 14, in St. grandchildren. Funeral ser- RICHARDSON -w-.t/
James AME Church. vices will be conductedSatur- experience. Ikr '"" i YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORI ATIf

Mrs. Lila Johnson of 1840 ............ ............. 1MOOLWVOATH.SRANGE
NW 50th St., died March 10,
''i! in Mt. Sinai Hospita. She is
t. survived by a husband Joe; one
k son Darwin; onedaughter
jeanette ; one sister Mrs. '
HAIR POMADE
r, Helen Deleganol; four bro- / ..
thers, Thomas,Gold,Woodronand $ / <. Keeps Ha/r
Robert; two aunts Izora ";. Neat and
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Jackson and Eva Daniels;eight /& We//-Groomecf
ti grandchildren. Funeral ser- ,%V,;" All Day T
Lewis "Buster" Newbold Alonto P. Francis, vices will be conducted Fri- New, Improved MURRAY'S Hair
Owner Funeral Director Dressing Pomade works wonders on ||| | ..-
day, march 15, at 3:00 p.m. in kinky, hard-to-manage hair. Applied ..
LEWIS "BUSTER" NEWBOLD in the morning, hair keeps 'Just r.
First Baptist Church Rev. uM plfc
combed" look all
formerly associated with Home the M. H. Rohm ings Funeral Davis, officiating. guaranteed.MURRAY'S Get day. Satisfaction Come Get I!

day. On sale at +
wishes to Announce the Opening of: John Morris of 1754 NW 5th drug counters and cosmetIc every-- .,,, ?
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THE SOUTH BROWARD FUNERAL HOME Ave., died March 5, in Jack- where. 0 KtrrrRwYB
903 FOSTER ROAD, HALLANDALE, FLA. son Hospital. He is survivedby LARGE SIZE 504II MURRAY'S i
'Serving Dade and Breward Counties" a sister Mrs. Carrie Fog- SMALL SIZE 25$ X =aaHURRAY'S

PHONES: gins of Arcadia, Fla. Interment SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO. / /
will be in Dade 4M Ctarlittl ,
County Ostrslt Mick. 412(1
922-4413, Hallondale NA 1-7318, Opo-locko Cemetery.
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47th Annual Convocation Church of


; .. 'k', ..{ ' ,'h ,tA. ''oll.!; .. Christ Western FloridaThe
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: siding Bishop ,
: 1968 Annual Holy Con- nual meeting place for Chris-
vention of the Church of GodIn tian Fellowship. These convocations Rev. Walter Jackson, state
Church of God Florida -
overseer
met annually
Christ Western Florida will have

be held here in Jacksonville, since that time; three convocations will address the holy convention -
Evangelist R. L. Mc-
held In Florida -
at the Church Of God auditor- are now
Leod of Panama City will
ium, corner of Steele and Blue annually; threeSunday
Streets, March 26 through School and Youth Conventionsare conduct evangelistic ser-

April 2, The Rt.Rev.Wales R. held annually, and many vices daily Evangelist Shirley

Nesbitt, Sr., Presiding Bishop. Christian leaders and work- Caesar, of Chicago, Illinois is I
scheduled to be present.Christians !
Theme: "By My Spirit The ers are throughout the coun- \
in the local
Lord," is th e theme for this try and the world as a result I

47th year old assembly of of this original convocation, churches, pastors and their

dedicated Christians. More which now has ,several 'hun members are coming togetheron

--p, .. :' y \ than tour and nearly five decades dred churches and missions in March 26 (Tuesday night)
to welcome delegates and visi
ago Bishop Nesbitt met Florida.: .
here Jacksonville with other The Rev. S. Penn Nesbitt, tors to Jacksonville. The daysof

'ministers' and laymen to organize Administrative Assistantto fastingandconsecratlonare
,
Jn (tt set for Mar c h '24th through'
&rr 'OU urr4&un uy this, holy convocation. ,the Bishop Informs the Tuesday' afternoon March 26,

The Convocation was held under -; press, that Rev. C. L. Anderson '

a tent Brooklyn near the Jr.,'presiding bishop,' at 3 p.m, when HolyCommwi-,

Riverside area,at 338 Chelsea Great Lakes Jurisdiction In ion will be observed
I to attend the Holy Con
NEW PROVIDENCE FOREIGN MISSION BANQUET ,AT ST. JOHN Street, The men' and women Michigan,.Dr.; 0. TJohns. Jr. Plan information
vocation. For
were zealous to win souls to assistant bishop, PensyVan-

.x Tickets are being sold at a .JoAna storr will render solos. Christ and toestablishandanCHRIST la,.Bishop James Feltuspre- write P.,0. Box 115.,

rapid speed for' the Foreign Dr. I.. G. Pratt will state the - -----

Mission Banquet, which is occasion ',The.banquet chair-

sponsored by the Baptist Wo man, Mrs.,!. C. Mlcklns, will EPISCOPAL Fourth. Annual Men's Dayat

men's Council at the small fee preside'over the entire pro-

S ry of $3.50 per plate. gram., Fr. Theo R. Gibso,rector
'+ New MacedoniaBROTHER
The Rev. J. E. Jenkins of Antoinette Silva, reporterThe

Friendship Baptist Church Others on the committee are East Coast Arch-

will give the opening prayer. Mrs. Julia Drake, Mrs. Eddie deanery meeting of the EYC

The Rev. Samuel .Atchison of Lee Smith, Mrs. Claudia Wil- will be held on March 15-17

Mt.Calvary who will deliver the son. Mrs. Ella Baker is chair- at Saint Thomas Episcopal

address, will be introduced by man of ticket sales. Church This conference is

the Rev. Thedford Johnson. The next meeting of the only for high school studentsand

Rev. William Washington, council will be held on March four representatives from

Mrs. Valdez Murray and Miss 22 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. each congregation were askedto

attend Bessie Saunders,

Antoinette Silva William
,
III MRS.B.P.WALDON KELLY'S CHAPEL VALLEY GROVE Clark and Micheal Jones are ? i

Rev. johnie Torrence, pastor representing Christ Episcopal I, :
f Rev. L. L. Dean, pastor Lucile Torrence : }'
reporterThe This conference is an t ;
I Retha McKenzie reporterWe !!!
chairman,cochairmanand Archdeanery workshop

will observe our Women's pastor wish to extend their featuring Dr. Fie mining. .

la Day program Sunday, sincere gratitude to our guest On Palm Sunday,April 7,the ,"
March 17 both services will f
speakers Sister Callle Car- EYC is sponsoring a musical
be conducted by the women of
line and Sister Louise Knopp, recital ,featuring the youth of
the church. Morning speaker along with the other speakers, the community. There will be

will be Mrs. Sarah Kelly, choirs ushers and churches '' music
singing, Instrumental GARFIELD'LELAND
BROTHER PERRy'WHITE
evening'service 7 p.m.speaker of the city; for the fine spiritual ana recitations all planned for
Mrs. Annie M. Wright.Our General Chairman ,
fellowship shown throughout your enjoyment Also theMen's .
theme for ''the :day will be "A Co-Chairman
our second annual Women's Club will present a play
Women's place In. Our Transi- Day. Sister"Jessie -Torrence'I''entitled "The Pearly'White :AU roads will, lead,to New locks will be in charge of the \j
Macedonia this:
tional on weekwbere
Society. was crowned Miss,Valley City." Admission for adults is services.
There will be a banquet at Grove. $1.00 and 50? for children, 'the men will be observing their On Sun day afternoon our
the Harvest House Cafeteria Fourth Annual Men's
Day. Baptist Training Union will
The presidents,of all auxiliaries please come out and witness
Northside Shopping Center, are asking all members this ,displayment of talents. On Thursday night, March begin at 5:00 p.m. with a panel

Friday, March 15, at 7 p.m. who belong to various auxiliaries Get well wishes are extended 14, Rev. Bobby Mack and congregation discussion entitled "Prayer"

sponsored by the Women's Day to out of New Macedonia to be discussed between our
MRS. LILLIE: M. 'DOLES please come on to Mrs. Ellen Sturrup.
committee, admission $2.50, their meeting nights Sincere sympathy is extended Baptist, Church, West Holly- youth and adult classes.
You are invited to New Pro those to attend obtain wood will be in
wishing can charge of the
The Rev. F. L. Johnson will to Father Gibson and '
vidence on March 24, our 8th tickets contacting Mrs. services. On Sunday evening at 7:00
Annual Women's preach at the church,the third the Holton family for the lost p.m. Rev J.Stephensonandthe
Day.
Morning The 1 ma Devoe, phone 693- On Friday night, March 15,
will Sunday night. of their loved ones. Male Chorus of First Bap-
speaker be Mrs.Beatrice
2585. or Mrs. Retha J. McKenzie Rev. I. H. Readons pastor of
,
Oa the 22 of March the Rev.
Powell tist Church Brownsville will
Waldron ,
from West 696-2195. We are ask- ,. Jordan Chapel Freewill Baptist
Sims from
Palm Beach and New Hope will ren be in charge of the services.
ev ening
ing all our friends and visi- der service in behalf of Choir MT.CALVARY Church Coconut Grove
speaker Mrs. Lillie Muse tors to come out and join withus No. One. and William Chapel Freewill The Male Ushers of the Ush ,

Doles of this city. in the about activities Baptist Homestead will ers' FederaUonAssoclaUonot
Atchison be
Rev. S. pastor in t
Let us not forget the sick in
Sister
Ruth
Smith, Chair Mrs. Maude Andrews, our prayers. Visitors are always Phyllis Beal, reporterThe charge of service along with Miami, Deacon Edwin Ramsey t
man and Sister Ruby Shirley, chairman, Mrs. Retha J. Mc- welcome. the Male Chorus from St. Mat president will be in charge of

cochairman.ST. Kenzie, co-chairman, and Directress of the Youth thew Freewill, Baptist. services all day.

Mrs. Annette George second Day Program wishes to thank On Sunday, our Sunday

., LUKE co-chairman. ST. STEPHENSON everyone who participated on Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Come out and see who will

or with our program makingit with Rev. W. E. Sims, pastorof be crowned Mr. Greater New
Rev. O. Taylor, pastor Rev. A. Gallon, pastor Macedonia and who will. become -
a success.. New Hope and the Male
Sis. E. McNeal, reporterAt MARTIN MEMORIAL Ollle Russell, reporterWe The Pastor's Aid Board is Chorus fromGreaterNew the leading auxiliary of
three o'clock Sunday the in the the
are process of church.
King Bel a Irs will present a Rev. R. H.Johnson,pastor building and your help is need- sponsoring a "Tea" Sunday Bethel Baptist Church, Opa-
afternoon at 3:00 The speaker
Festive of Songs. This pro- The pastor wishes to express ed. We will appreciate any donation : -
his thanks to all who will be Mrs. Joyce Kamar- JORDAN GROVE
is given in behalf of
gram ourWomen's
or participation make ST.
went to Hurst kafego, she will tell of her experiences MARY'SDuring
with
Day. Services for ChapleAME L i this building drive a success. Rev. Douglas Cook pastor
in Africa please ,
him our morning worship
that day will conclude at 6:30 on last Sunday. We wish to thank
Rev. W. M. Eddie Gilbert, reporterWe
come out and hear this
The Men's great service the parents of the kindergarten -
has been
p.m. Everyone cordially invited Day Davis and congregation of the are happy to announce
to attend and worshipwith changed this year to the third First Baptist Church for the speaker. of Saint Mary'sNursery that Sister Annie M. Parrish

us. Sunday in April. This gives sum of $50.50 in school will worshipwith '
helping us represen 2d the most popular
each of us more time to that Prayer meeting every us. i Our pastor has pre-
The pastor would like to remind go rats the total of 20643. fruit, the cherry
all members that on the extra mile and do our part. Let You are welcome to Thursday. pared a special sermon for
worship The No. Two Usher Board
Pray for the sick and shut- this occasion. is invited
us make this the Everyone -
28th the church at large will biggest and with us at anytime. will sell dinners this Saturdayat
ins.
best to attend our church.
accompany him to the Rev.P. yet. With your efforts and the home of Sister Hattie
my efforts ,combined it Our pastor, wishes to thank
D. Brantly.Choirs No. 1 and will Reese, 1153 NW 58th St. You
have to be a grand success! FEATURING everyone that contributed to
2 and the King Belair will render are invited to come by and
Don't forget the sick and his anniversary last Sunday.
the music. KEITH R. TYNES
patronize
them. Brother
BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe Beginning
We are also reminding all shut-ins of ourcommunity.Rememberdon't Wednesday, Jimmy Pitts is
president.On .
put off a Keith R. Tynes will again March 13 and every Wednes-
members that our series of this
prayer for tomorrowwhenyoucan combine all his musical abilities day and Friday, there will be Sunday there will be

programs for bur Women'sDay easily whisper it today. in a recital, Sunday, Baha'is of Miami will Joint choir rehearsal for the a Calender Tea from 4- 6 p.m.
have begun and
everyoneis March 17th, at 4.00: p.m. observe Naw Ruz (New Year) Easter Holidays. The direc- at the church sponsored by the
asked to please participate.Our .
Brownsville Community Cen- Thursday evening, March 21, tor, Brother Albert Carey is No. One Usher Board. Brother J
chairman and cochairman
ter, 2741 NW 49 Street. This 7 p.m., at the home of Mrs. asking all members to pleasebe Leroy Anderson will be guest I
for this Sister
are
Taylor and Sister year Llghtfoot. PEACEFUL ZION program is sponsored by Mt. Doris Appleton, 478 NE 56th out and on time. Rehearsal speaker. Brother Bannister is f

PLsgah< and New Ephesus SDA Street. This will be a social begins at 8 p.m. president. l
The chairman is all
asking Churches.The affair, celebrating the end of The chairman of Men's There will be a Band of I
members to please give Rev C. P. Preston pastor Day
,
your
Songs contest
program selection will the Baha'i 19-dayFast. March Brother Hansen Wallace and Sundaynightbetween -
full co-operation In all programs Louise Washington, reporter consist of religioussemi- 21 is also designated Interna- his co workers are still ask- our own No.One and Two I
and
topleaseworkhardto class lea Is sentimental tional Day for the Eliminationof ing for your support during Choir after service, come out
make this Women's Oa March 16th the
Day a Saturday, and witness this
Keith re- Racial Discrimination by their sales contest. The
songs. R. Tynes Just on Saturdays at the
successful one as well as a Men are sponsoring a sale at
Rev. Louis will
cently completed a very suc- the United Nations, calling to church. Dinners and sand- preach Tues-
Joyful one. All those who would the church. We welcome every cessful recital which won him attention the Baha'i basic wfches are being sold.For day March 19, in behalf of the
like a table for the Calender one to visit with us,at 6800 NW .
Deaconess
principle of the elimination of sponsored by Sis-
many fans and wellwishers.Keith your 'orders to be delivered
Tea are asked to please see 24th Ave. is a member of the Beth- all prejudice, as revealed by please call 758-1601. ter Parker, at 8 p.m.

Sister Williams Let us remember te sick of Baha'u'llah Founder of the Let Let us not for get
any SDA Church and the son us continue to pray and prayer '
Let us not forget to pray for and shut-ins. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tynes. Faith, over 100 years ago. visit all our sick and shut-ins. meeting Tuesday night at 7:30 i
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, March 15, 1968 23
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ST. JAMES AME ST. PAUL
Neighborhood Health i CHOIR NO. 1's VALENTINETEA

Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor A
HUGE
SUCCESSKING
Sanitation Discussedat Mary Amos, reporter
Joseph Marshall,reporterMrs. Sunday, March 17, will be
Groci Louise Woods and i iMarch Rewards. Day along with our
PresbyterianAt -ites would like to thank Installation Service we invite

you for your support on last i each and everyone to come out
the Grace Presbyterian This panel discussionarises week. March-ites are having a :and attend this service.
Church, 6895 NW 14th Avenue, from the concerns of sale a t the home of Mr. and Stewardess Board No. Two
there will be a panel discus- the block clubs, which have Mrs. Sherman Cumming,3164 will celebrate their 26th anni- .l

sion this Sunday at 7 p.m., on been organized recently NW 53rd St., Saturday, March versary, March 17, at 3:30
the topic: "Neighborhood through the efforts of Mrs. Lu- 16, at 8 p.m. Also Sunday in p.m. the Rev. Wade will give
Health' and Sanitation Re- cille Hutcheson, community the parish Hall there will bea the message.
sponsibility of ,Citizen and organizer for the Economic dinner sale after services.. The C. A. Gibbs Club will

Government." 'Scheduled Opportunity Program, Inc., Mrs. C. Porter and Usher cordially Invite you to'attend.
appear on the panel are: City located at 1900 NW 75th St., Board No. One would like to their 14th Annual Sip at the
Commissioner Athalie Range; Mr. Benny Berry, Executive thank-you for your support on home of Mr. and Mrs..Edward
Mr. Charles Lockhart, public Director. their anniversary last Sunday Braynon, March 24, 1160 NW
relations director of the Bond- The 7:00 p.m. program will afternoon. It was Indeed a suc 55th Terr., from 4-6 p.m. Deacon Samuel Cox

ed RentalAgency; Mr.Charles begin with a brief devotional cess.Mrs. All men who are interestedin The beautiful home and spa -.., .
Jones, assistant director of message by the host pastor, Louis E. Sparks and singing in the Men's Day cious lawn of Mr. and Mrs.
the Miami,Sanitation Department Rev. W. F. Savoy. Usher Board No. Three would Choir will meet, for practice Arthur King provided the set- QUEEN, Mrs. Maude Ross
; and Mr. Harold Alder- The public is invited.Let us like to thank the local high every Thursday from 9-10 ting for a most unique and cul-
man, public health sanitarianof use our resource leaders, to schools and teenagers for tural program rendered at a Mrs. Lillie Doles, Lawrence
the Dade County Health De help us improve our neighborhoods their support at the "Social"last p.m.Hats off to Choirs 1, 2, 3, Tea presented by Choir No. 1 Wright, The Trumpet Kings,
partment. Saturday night.It was successful Junior Choir, Male Chorus, of Mt. Zion Baptist Church on Mrs. Rudye ,Marks, Mr.
Again thank you. and our Sunbeam Choir for a the evening 0 f Valentine Day, Harold Higgs,and Mrs.Valdez
Mrs. Louise Woods and Job well dne on their first February 14th.Commissioner Murray and Mrs. Louvenia
FRIENDSHIP EBENEZE3 Choir No. One invites you toaSt Song-a-Ramba. Athalie Range was at her bestin Knox the, inimitable mistress -

Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. Patrick Day Tea at the Brother Joe Mays of the her usual informative and of ceremonies, all carryingout

Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor Ingram, reporter home of Florence Allen 6500 Thunder Bolt of the West will inspiring message, as well as the theme of love Expressions -
Ruby L. Carr, reporter Senior Usher Board No One NW 18th Avenue. OnSunday, appear March 24, In the after the other participants, Mrs. of appreciation and en-
Sunday we expect to have will observe their 15th AnnualSt. March 17, from 4-6 p.m. service program, this is to Henry L. Balaban, guest soloist joyment were shown by the

Baptism at 7 a.m. To all can- Patrick's Day, FrappeSip, Sympathy to the family of benefit Men's Day.Remember ; Mr.and Mrs.Albert Jones, many persons present.
didates one of the Deacon's will Sunday, March 17at4:00p.m. Joseph Harris. Services were our sick and
notify you in person. The public is invited.Refresh- held Wednesday. shut-ins and send up a spec-
The pastor's Aid Club will ments will be served. Sympathy to the family of ial prayer for them NEW PROVIDENCE TRIUMPH

meet at the home of Brotherand The class leaders will be In the late Sister Beatrice Burroughs Prince W, J. Roberts, pastor
Rev. C. Burney pastor
771 charge of class meeting Services wil be held Phillip Roundtree
Wright ,
Sister J. C. Arsula Edwards reporterOn reporterYou
MT. SINAI
,
NW 55th St., at 4 p.m.Sunday, Tuesday night,let us not forgetthe Thursday, at 4 p.m. the fourth Sunday In this are invited to our Wo-
sick and shut-ins. To the sick and s h u tins men's
March 17. The president,Sis- month March 24 the ladies Day Sunday, March 17.
ter Essie Bush is asking all The Gulf Coast Area Council there is always one door that Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor will observe their, 8th annual The four captains are Sister
of the Methodist Church is open for you and that dooris Patricia Austin, reporterYou Joan
( members to be present. Bus- Women's Day. All groups are King, L. Webb, Sadie M.
ness of Importance.Some met in Birmingham,Alabama, the House of prayer. are invited asaint working hard preparing for the Murray, and Mother Baker,so
of the members of our March 1214.Rev.Hall was In Patrick's Day Sip with Lory's success of this day. The publicis come out and suport the cap-
BTU will bring highlights on attendance.We SHILOH BAPT Fashions, Sunday, March 17, cordially invited. Plan now tain you think will come up with
honored to have at 4:00 p.m. It will be held at the
were winning amount. Dinner
the following topics next Sunday Rev. A. M.Griffin, pastor to attend.
'I guest, the Post Exalted Rulers the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, will be served immediatelyafter
in our Union "Regenerated Cheryl English reporter The Pastor's Aid Union will
Heart" by JoAnn Wright, Council of Elks and the Girl There will be a BarBQuesale 698 NW 47th Terrace. Sponsored meet this Sunday afternoon noon day service.

Reception of Baptism bySister Scouts Troop No.409 worshiping Saturday in behalf of the I by Mrs. Fannie T. Wil- March 17, at the Mt. Olive On March 21, our Annual
Loidence Jenkins, ChristianLife with us on last Sunday. A Deaconess. This sale will bean t Hams and group. Baptist Church corner of 69th Quarterly Conference will be
byWlllis Walker and Confession cordial welcome is extended to all day sale. Sister Williams and group Ter. and 17th Ave. Rev. O. L. held in Liberty City, prince
of Faith by Sister Truby' the public at all times. Friday, at 8:00: p.m. Rev will sponsor a Dinner Sale Nickerson, pastor.Consecration Rob e r t s host pastor, Arch-
L. Carr." We feel this will be Atchins of Hollywood will i after the morning services. hour of prayer bishop D. H. Harris Bishopover
an interesting discussion.The preach In behalf the No. Two I Ice cream and candy apples Is held each Sunday at 5:00 all Triumph churches
Baptist Women's Council EV'SGREEN Choir. will be on sale during the a.m. will be In charge. Prince W.J.

will sponsor their second Rev. K. E, Rogers and con- morning service, sponsored Prayer service every Roberts pastor and choir will .
, annual for by Sister Sims and group. at sing the entire night under the
' Banquet Foreign gregation will convene here! Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Everyone -
. Mission, at St.John Social Hall t the fifth Sunday afternoon'In. A musical program has been is asked to attend. direction of Sister Joan King.
Friday, March 15, at 8 p.m. behalf of the Deacons. prepared for your enjoyment, Continue in prayer for our The meeting will last through
We hope you still plan to go, There will be a Musical program Friday, March 8, at 8 p.m. sick, shut-ins, and those who Sunday.
you can contact Sister Julia here the fourth Sundayat \ Captains! You and your are bereaved. Visitors are Remember' to continue to
Drake 3 group have three weeks to welcome to attend all pray for the sick.
and Sister Essie Robin- p.m. in behalf of the No. our ser-
reach your goal. You owe It to
son for tickets. Two Usher Board. vices. -
your church to do your very
i The Men's Day Kick-off Tea 1 CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP
best. Please give fair
your
was a success we would like
DRAKE MEMORIAL to thank Mr. Patrick Range share. Good luck.Remember DAYSPRINGRev.

Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor and all our guest for makingthis '; our sick and bereaved to pray members for- W. M. Slater,pastorSis. Rev. P, S. Brown, pastor

possible. Alexander, reporterWe M. L. Nixon, reporterThe
You are invited to attend the Remember the shutinsand invite to attend first conference was
All visitors welcome to you our
Gospel Song fest on Sunday,at sick. are service with us.Sunday School held Thursday night with full
attend of church
part our
any
7 attendance.The
p.m. Brother Richardson and .
at 9:30
services and a.m. Morning Worshipat
Brother Tripp are the spon- MT. TABOR BAPTIST programs. 11 a.m. Evening worship at7p.m. Junior Usher Board
sors of this song fest. j "Car Wash" was a gratifying
Rev. J. Hendon, acting pastor
Men's Day is very near it's Elizabeth Merchant, reporterWe 'Tuesday night prayer meet- success. Thanks to all who
date, March 24, and the men Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor the Mt. Tabor family are CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"Substance" ing at 8:00. made it possible. Easter prac-
are preparing for this annual Minnie Hunter, reporterThe again reminding you about ourWomen's Lodge No. 632 will have it's tice will be at the home of Sis

affair. Our contestants are, Home Mission and Day. You may have is the subjectof Anniversary here Sunday ter Constance Sandllands, 1820

Deacon Green, Brother Young Matrons meeting will forgotten the date and place; this weeps lesson sermon afternoon, March 17, Rev. NW 69th St., Tuesday, March
Gamble and Brother McKoy. be held at the home of Sister March 24, at NW 17th Ave.and to be read in all Christian Slater will be the speaker. 12, at 5:00: p.m.Send and bring
Please come out and see who Wednes- There will be your children to take a part in
Albertha Butler on 66th Street, the big beautiful Science churches Sunday. a hay ride
will be the man of the year. day night March 13, at 8p.m. church with the warm wel- The Golden Text is from given by the youth choir on the this activity. t
Deacon Clyde Perkins will The location is 2990 NW 66th come. Matthew: "If ye have faith as fourth Saturday, March 23, at The Trustee Board will havean
have to give this honor to one Street. The lesson for the weekis Mrs. Leenette Penningtonwill a grain of mustard seed, ye 6 p.m. Tickets are only 75$, old fashioned dinner spread I
on the '
of the contestants. "The Message For the Mis- be the guest speaker for shall say unto this mountain, and refreshments are free. fifth Sunday immediately -
Please remember the sick sion. Sister M. W. Taylorand Sunday morning. remove hence yonder place: See any member of the youth following the morning services -

and shut-ins. Visit and pray Sister A. Butler,presidentThe Mrs. Wilhelmina Sands gen- and it shall remove; and nothing Choir or Rev Slater The public is invited. '
for them. You are welcome to Junior Young Women eral chairman is thanking you shall be Impossible unto Our kitchen will be open on Youth choir rehearsal will
visit. will have their first meetingand for both spiritual.and financial you." Saturday, and the Young Ma- be at the same place and time. ,
program on the fifth Sun- co-operation. The Bible recommendssome trons are having a BarBQueLet Lieutenant Vorry Moon was

day, March 31, at 4:30 p.m. It Dinners are being sold each practical steps for over- us all pray and visit the with us Sunday. He is leavingsoon '
PLEASANT will be held at the church and Saturday at the church. Call coming fear. If you've ever sick and shut-ins. for Vietnam. Pray with :
they are asking all to come out 691-8732 and your dinner will felt you had something to fear, us in wishing him God's speed I
Rev. William Mack, pastor and witness your Juniors in action be delivered. you'll want to listen Sunday, and his safe return.

The pastor, members and -- your church of tomor- Remember let us continueto March 17, at 1:45 p.m. over NEW MT.. MORIAH
the Willing Worker's Club of row. Theme for the week is pray for peace. Radion Station WMBMto"YouDon't ST. JOHN AME
Mount Pleasant Methodist "jesus the Water of Life." Need to be Afraid"
Rev A. L. Shipp pastor
Church wish to thank everyonewho Sister C. McNeal, president Souter Rev. W,A. Curray, pastor
Evelyn reporterThe
came and participated in Sister Gibson, director. TEMPLEThe Deaconess, and Stew- Rev. Felder,associate min-
the One Hour of Sharing pro- Coming Soon! The First ister of Mt. Olive Baptist will
ardess Union was in high
gram at the church on Tues- will be held deliver the morning
Rally of the Church male chorus will sing FIRST BAPTIST spirit when New Mt. 'Moriah message
day March 5.Special continue to do Sunday choir No. One and Two
May 26, let's during the morning and even- won the banner for the largest
thanks to Sister our part as we have done in the Ing services on Sunday.At 3:30.: Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor attendance. will furnish music throughoutthe
Simmons of Greater Bethel ofOpalocka past to fulfill our obligations.We p.m. the B. T.U will have its Donella Turner, reporter Prayer meeting tonight day. At 6:30 p.m. the pastor -

Sister Cook and the sincerely hope this will home-coming program. This Sunday, March 17, the No. (Thursday), at 8 p.m. will deliver the closing
Jordan Grove Male Chorus of and final rally before sermon, Rev. J. B. Garmonand
first
be our promises to be a fine affair. One Usher Board will observe The No. Two Choir will
Jordan Grove, Leroy Wash- we move Into our own All are invited. their anniversary. The Rev.L. celebrate their anniversary congregation: f r 0 m Hurst
ington of Mt. Zion, Sister Mc- building. You are cordially Invited The Templeite group are R. Ross will deliver the March 22 thru Marchh, Chapel AME will render service -
Daniel and Sister Bozie and the to attend. Rev. C. H. sponsoring a boys and girls' sermon. The No. Two Choir .

First Baptist Male Chorus Smith pastor and DeaconR. L. contest. The boys are determined will render the song service. 24th.The Usher's Union will con- Wednesday and Thursday,at

Sister Ganny and Sister Brownof Taylor, chairman.Our to be the winners; but Marc h20, the pastor will vene March 31, at 300 p.m. 8 p.m. choir rehearsals.The .
Mt. Carmel, Sister Baldwinand prayers are extendedto the girls say that it will never begin i celebrating his anni- Please for world Junior church meets ,
the Holy Temple Jr.Choirof the sick; not that our will happen. The votes will tell the versary. It will climax the Visitors pray are always peace.welcome Tuesday, ,at 5:30: p.m.. Mrs.
Holy Temple. be done, but that God's will be tale. All their friends are ask fourth Sunday afternoon Much . Eunice McGahee, director as-
Mrs. Corine Bryant, spon- done. ed to give them a push. 24th. sisted by Mrs. Creola Dawson. J
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 15, 1968

EDUCATIONAL GUIDANCE INFORMATION AT MATTHEWS

DORSEY PTA MEETINGA i
Rev. A. Randall, assit.pastor BY
most PTA WIGS
important selections for the next year. Annie Vassar, reporter
meeting for Dorsey parents The Guidance Department will Co Thursday night before
will be held next
Wednesday, make tho presentation.In the first Sunday in April, all
March 20, at 8:00 p.m. In the addition, a special treatis members are eligible and are
Dorsey, Jr. High ,auditorium. in store for Dorseyparentsthe requested to be present in order {I ALTERS
At this time, parents of 7th, MR.
-- well-known Dorsey Band to participate in the election -
8th and 9th grade students will '
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 15, 1968 25 '


Walkout Will Not Cause THE DORSEY STAY IN SCHOOLBE



Schools to Lose AccreditationThe DIARYEvery READY...

school in the state of
Southern, Association of toe crisis. ((1)) A requirement On the matter of profes- Florida lad a hectic time of it I
Colleges and Schools has that
assured "the
Florida school boards board's policies and sional ethics, the chairman the past three weeks, and especially -
procedures shall be such as noted that any action by a schools in Dade
and
superintendents It will
not 'will "
"assure the observance of school board'or,its agent that County At this time we must
act
hastily (
in discrediting"precipitatelY'schools ) professional ethics and will is clearly punitive nature or mention that at Dorsey, the YD
caughtin attract and retain kids truly rose to the occasion
the current crisis.Its competent encourages bickering or name ,
professional personnel'and calling among professional and were at their best behavior IMPALA
decision
on
any given Will promote the professional personnel who have taken dif- and showed much understanding $2498
school is based
"a
i upon careful development of all personnel ferent positions on the issues during the crisis. We con-
ana lysis of the
school's ," and (2)) another that requires involved is a violation,adding: gradulate the students for their
total operation in Much Only
assuring that all members of'th "It must be recognized, of "finest hour." The parents
best possible learning en- instructional staff shall have ecourse, that professional per- too, are to be commended for
vironment for students DUMAS 4
Her- received a bachelor's degree sonnel have a mutual obliga- their cooperation and patiencein
man Frick, chairman of the from an tion to with
approved institutionand observe professional working us.AtDorsey,
Florida Committee of the shall have a major in the ethics." "We shall overcome" often MILNER 4181 S.W. 8th ST.

Commission on Secondary field of work for which he is Since most of the substitutes comes true to life! L Phone 444-3566
Schools, pointed out in a state- responsible Dade The Inter-School
most of the day. has employed are qualified Pre-
wide LISTEN FOR OUR SPECIALS ON WMBM -
memorandum. "Every A teacher may work in areas college graduates, and Track Meet, class ABC, , has
effort is made to assist the other than the major field fora since theAssociationprovides Dorsey going up against Alla-
school in achieving this en period of time pattah next March
that is less reasonable time for compli- Thursday,
vironment. than the major portion of the ance with standards, Dr. E, L. 21st, announced Mr. E. Clapp

Acting on accreditation of day provided he has earned 12 W hi i g b am, Superintendent, and Mr. G. Kemp, Coaches. waiSUPER
schools is taken by the asso- semester hours in eadi of such said there is no present prob- But let's back up a minute '.

ciation at its annual meetingthe areas. Beginning teachers are lem with schools now open. and give a tip of the hat to the

week after Thanksgiving.The given 1 a two-year period in "In view of the continuing Dorsey Girls Basketball team

general policy of the which t o meet this 12 hour situation," he said, "we are who became runners-up in
Florida committee is to "ad- standard. moving to have substitutes be- Zone Competition against SOUL TOP 40

vise" the first year a defici- While pointing out that em- come properly certified as Filer Jr. High Coaches, S.

ency appears, "Warn" the ployment of personnel who do regular teachers." Martin and J. Tynes. Here let MARCH 8,

second year if the deficiencyis not meet these stipulations is Only Dad e' s high schoolsare us introduce Miss H. Hinton 1. There is The Dells

major, and place on proba- a violation, the chairman declared involved in accreditation. who also assisted in the coach- 2.1 thank you Sam & Dave

tion" or "drop' the third year ; "Interpreting the (NOTE: Test scores,school ing. She is an intern from Tus- 3. La La means I love you The Delfonics

if the deficiency still exists standard in the present crisisis performance and personal kegee Institute who Joined the 4. The dock of the bay otis Redding

and substantial progress has not easy and will not be done qualifications are usually the staff several months ago. 5. Walk away Rennee Four Tops

not been made toward its cor- precipitately. The Florida basic criteria for college ad Now we leave some conclu- 6.1 wish it would rain Temptations

rection. Thus schools normally committee will be guided by mission. Accreditation is one sions to the reader . last 7. You don't have to say you love Four Sonics

have a minimum of three advice from the entire com- factor considered but is not year, as the Nation knows, 8. Since you've been gone Aretha Franklin

years in which to correct deficiencies mission. Also, staffing prac- necessarily decisive. Accreditation Dorsey took first place in the 9. Cheer up Daddys coming home Roy Lee Johnson

even if major. tices for the entire year will does, however, Presidential physical Fitness 10. The end of the road Gladys Knight & Pips 3

The chairman's memor- be considered rather than only play an Important role in long- ward.. This is a series off

andum pointed uptwostan- for a small portion of the range Improvement o strenuous exercises in seven 11. I got what you need Fantastic Johnny C

dards specifically Involved in year." schools.) areas. This year,the P. E. Department 12.1 think rm falling in love Betty Swan

announces that our 13. Security Etta James
results exceed those of last 14. Jealous love Wilson Picket

I I year! (How does that grab 15. Your precious love Jackie Wilson
It
ra >y > ., j I you?) 16. If you can want Smokey & Miracles
a
.: a :!"' E1 The month of March being 17. Next Time Johnny Taylor
,
\ ; National Children's Art Month 18. The time Verrations

., Mrs. E. Wilson's Art classes 19. Ten commandments of love Peaches & Herb
f..I have displayed examples of 20. Take time to know her 'Percy Sledge

-... . 't< .;. ., i student art throughout the

:- : f 1| building. Many of these are al-, 21. No love like your love Fantastic Four -

vN1r"r; +' r f.I most of professional"quality, 22. Instand heartbreak The Precisions
4 and again we congratulate all 23. Funky street Arthur Conley
j'L
......_.J "'rwur. ", students who participated. 24. To the one I love Brenda & Tabulations.I

Student Council announces a 25. We got a thing going on (flip) Ben E King & De De

St. Patrick's Day Dance to beheld 26. That don't make me a loser The Brothers of Soul

{ II after school the cafe- 27. Til say forever my love Jimmey Ruffen

: teria on Friday, March 15. 28. Who can I turn to Jimmey & Louise Tig
j{ (.,' (Don't forget to wear some- 29. The Impossible dream The Heasatlons

....- thing green). 30. I can't make it by myself Stu Gardner

Student editorial this weekis
r by John Williams of section 31. Sit down and cry Jean Wells

9-2; "Now that all the teachers 32. My heart needs a break Linda Jones

and students are back, I 33. Keep on moving Pattie Drew
I feel better knowing Istillhavean 34. You can run Ruby Andrews

opportunity to further my 35. Scobble Do Calvin ArnoldtiiTheSandpebbles

education. Even though some 36.U you don't hear I t the first :

I State P-TA's Finally IntegratedThe students hoped the crisis 1 i 37. Cowboys to girls The Intrudes

would never end, I am glad it 38. How much can a man take Big John Hamilton

is over and hope that most people 39. A New star The Dixie Drifter
41st annual coventionof tug president, among other unity for the welfare of all feel the same way. When 40. I got a sure ting Olie Si NightingalesPICK

the Florida ParentTeacher things, told the convention: children in home, school and you struggle to go this far in

Association washeldin community." school, you hate to suddenly HIT
Tampa Feb. 21-24.The themeof
"I say to you that we must be stopped when you are so
the convention was, "Unity, not look upon this merger as of close to your goal. Hate yourself in the morning Steve Mancha
above
Our pictured are some
Challenge. either a victory or a defeat. Some grown-ups did not
the delegates at the Unifica-
Rather we should look upon it have the advantage to attend LOCAL TALENT LOCAL,TALENT
During the session the two tion ceremony; Mrs. A. S.
as a challenge to our unity. school But we have this
racial under Wood of Dade
vice-president
groups merged ,
the And I say to you we must meet opportunity and it is our privi- Do right man Little Beaver
name of the Florida State County PTA; Mrs. E. M. Wil-
this challenge." lege to take advantage of it. Never missed a love Jerry Jones
Congress of parent-Teacher lard, president of Dade PTA
One slogan I heard is: "To Soul Feaver Lavel Hardy
Associations. Council; Mr. StanleyNewbold, get a good job, Get a good Education Mr. Lucky Betty Wright
"The fact that we are who the unification
very gave prayer -
." Run Run roadrunner
Another is
"What
Little
Jerry Williams.
In a very thoughtful and here together today proclaims ; and Mrs. Elizabeth Greg :
good is a nation without an edu-
forthright address, Mrs. that as parents and teacherswe ory, president of Dillard High cation?" What's your's? SUPER SOUL '..

Willie Zeigler White, out-go- seek to work together in School PTA, Fort Lauderdale. 5:00 7 a.m. Rev. Ira McCall Gospel

7:00 10 Horace Straws R & B

10:00 2 China Valles R & B
2:00 6 Ernie Fields R'& B
PTA District Spring
I 6:00 10 Donny Gee R & B

10:0012C.. T. Taylor R Si B
Conference HereThe STUDENT SPECIAL 12:00 1:30 Peppie Fields TALK

1:30-5 Jimmy Griffin R & B

spring conference of the PTA, will speak on his chair- Bus ID Photos .--=------ ----------------

southern district of the Florida manship and will moderate a t Soul; No. 23
Super Coupon"
panel which will also include
and
Congress of Parents 2 For 50*
Teachers, including PTA units judge Sidney Weaver, speak-

from Broward, Monroe and ing on "New Laws Affecting SATURDAY ONLY Tie following are my selections for Super Soul Top Ten
and Dr. Charles
juveniles"
Dade Counties, will meet at

Grace Lutheran Church, 154 T. Tate, Jr., speaking" on JOHNSON OF MIAMI 1 4 5 6 '7 8 9 10
Curtiss Parkway Miami Smoking and Health.
Officers nominated on the I2
Springs, on Wednesday, March JLJNamo.
20th, beginning at 9:15 a.m. slate for the Districtare Dade Mrs. Corner NW 38 St. & _
Election of district officers Joe A.Campbell, County,
Mrs.Harold Camp-
president
and a program of "Vignettesfor ; .
first 12 Ave. -
Living' are planned. bell, Monroe County, '
and Mrs.
vice-president
Dr. Louis B. niioff, principal ; Address,
Graham, Broward
of Madison Junior High Thompson second vice-presi- PHONE: 635-4743
County,
School, who is chairman of PhoneTeacher -
juvenile guidance for the state dent.





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Marti Shrine Circus at Tropical TOOTHACHEDon't Open 7 Days-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

The Best For Less At
Don't suffer agony Git ORA JIL, In condt -
Pork March 22-24 you get relief from throbbing tooth-
ache pain put on-ptln't gone. Until you
can ttt your dantlit, do as mlllloni flout
Circus stars from all over To add to the festive spiritof Tare and Rubber Stores in ORA JEL. Ricom- mm> "
the world will be at the Tropical this year's Shrine Circusa Greater Miami. tlstt mended,Ask by pharmacist many dn for* .*X asiNmisiM.* tngg
park Race Track, Pal million-dollar midway with Special group rate reservations ora-jel
metto Expressway&7900 Bird many new thrilling rides will can be made 24-hours-
Road in Miami' from'Friday, be in operation on the Tropical a-day by calling 6356458.
March, through Sun day, Park grounds with free admis- Prices for all performancesare
March 24 for the 4th annual sion and free parking. The : General admission,$1 for i et
Mahi Shrine'Circus.. The show midnight each day thereafter children under 12; $1.50 for F '
will open with a 1:30: p.m. through Sunday, March 24. adults . Reserved seats DOUBLE ACTION
matinee on Friday with thousands Parking on the grounds will $2.50 . Box seats $3.00. /COLORS GRAY HAIRIUOC
of school children from be free for the circus as wellas 2 DRESSES HAIR IN MACE
Dade County and surroundingareas for the midway, accordingto
as guest of the Shrin- Mahi Potentate Benjamin .
ers. Friday evening's performance Marks. .1 1
will start at 8:15: with Tickets for all circus per- AVAILABLE
the entire house being sold to formances may be obtained at
the Kwik Chek Food Store the Mahi Shrine Circus Office,
chain. A special show at 10:30 1500 NW North River Drive in
Saturday morning will find the Miami from 9:00: a.m. to 6:00: Seats 700 OVER 40,600 CARS SOLD
Shriners and other charitably- p.m. daily, including Sundays.
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/hiss Y- Teen



Sweetheart ReignsNot

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only are many interesting exemplified loads tension as
and rewarding experiences the time neared for the crown-
encountered at the Northwest ing of the queen Miss Ruby'
Center YWCA, but fruitfuland. Pierce as commentator first F ,.1
heart warming happeningsalso of all announced Miss Ther- Y
occur. On February 16, wonder Lewis as Princess of
the Y-Teens held their Annual the YWCA. Miss Lewis,a ninth
Sweethearts Ball. The mood 'grade student at Brownsville
was established by the musicof Junior High School, is the
Al and the Soul Pleasers, daughter of Mrs. Lelia Lewis \r uIL +
a local band from JacksonSen- of 3072 NW 46th St.
ior High School. The settingwas The queen and her court
that of LUV meaning having deen selected the previous -ATI'P
lovely, unique and vivacious. Tuesday were judged on
This is exactly what the young the basis of talent, poise and ) k --L\
ladies present portrayed personality, and intellect by : ;
throughout the entire evening, Miss Ruby Pierce, Mrs.

that air of utter sophistication. Blanche calloway, Mrs. Brown and Mr. and Mrs enough Miss Jonas had been Jones was crowned by Mrs. lookers Joyed for glee with
Much excitement was generated Catharine Simmons and Mrs. Roosevelt Eason are the parents announced as the Queen for Betty Wlggs, Program Di- their thunderous applause.
by the cupids, Sandra Avis. As the big moment ap- of Marilyn.The 19S8-69. Beautifully gownedIn rector of the YWCA. As the
Brown, Sandra Murray and proached Juanda Dimmons and Patricia Jones, a Junior at
band burst out with the white, Patricia gratefully red velvet cloak was draped
Ruby Smith of the Junior Y- Marilyn Eason were declaredas sounds of "Here comes Miss received her white carnations around her shoulders,tears of Jackson Senior High School, ...
Teens, who served not only as having tied for first runner- Y-Teen' played to the tune of from Edna Goetz'Gardens and Joy trippled down her cheeks. is the lovely daughter of Mrs.
hostesses, but were perfect up both the young ladies juniors "Miss America" as the name her gift certificate presentation Then she slowly ascended her
little angels all dressed in red at Central Senior High Elaine ,Jones of 3385 NW 49th
of Patricia Jones rang through by Dee Dee Lawrencefrom throne totakeherreigaas
and white. graciously accepted their pre the noise-filled building. Sure Lory's Dress Shop. Miss Queen of the YWCA, as the on Street.
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Spearing with......... Ellis and Quarry to Get

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*', $125,000 Each For
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fight of the YearJimmy _

BY HARRY SPEAR
Ellis and Jerry ner Is almost assured of a y.
Quarry will exchange blowsin match against Joe Frazier. BY UEO ARMBRISTER Over .
ORIOLES SHOWING GREAT IMPROVEMENTAfter what they call "the fight of After knocking out Buster

year" Saturday night, April Ma this on March 4,Frazierhas
last year's let-down, the Orioles are showing that 27, for the heavyweightchampionship. won recognition in New SPORTS PLAY ACTIVE PART IN RACE

they weren't to be that bad. We all understand. Injuries hurt York, Massachusetts, Pen- RELATIONS PROGRESSThis
them a great deal. This year no sore arms so far, they all Each of the two has won over nsylvania and Illinois as suc- media, a long time Institution in this community, is
look to be in good shape. Pitching is coming around. They are two other fighters in the World cessor to Cassius Clay as taking time out this week to review the progress that has been
hitting the ball well. All In all, I look forward to them havinga Boxing Association elimina- world heavyweight champion.The made in the way of race relations in our locale.It .
good '68 season. Frank Robinson signed fora sizeable con- tion tournament.The 15-round bout is ex- is therefore most fitting for some thought to be given to
tract. People ask for how much. Well, I don't think i t Is any- fight was awarded Mon- pected to draw a live.gate of one of the greatest nutriments that race relations has ever had
one's business, except those who are involved the deal. After day to Oakland promoter Don $400,000, with tickets scaledat _this being the area of athletics and sports.
all, we don't go around asking everyone how much he is earning Chargin and will be fought in $10 to $50.Quarry Race relations has been on the improvement for many
That's Uncle Sam's business. the 14,000 capacity Oakland years in many areas social, civic,political,theatrical, indus-
Brooks Robinson, Don Buford, Mervin Rettenmund, Mike Coliseum Arena, beginning at 22, of Bellflower, trial and business;'but none has shown the great advances that
10 a Los Angeles suburb, batted sports has produced especially since the introduction of Jackie
Fiore are hitting the ball real well this week. The Orioles havea p.m.Awarded ,
Floyd Patterson to a draw In Robinson by the diplomatic Branch Rickey since Robin-
by Sports Action -
real treat for all you baseball fans. Friday and Saturday, ,
March 15 and 16, they play the Los Angeles Dodgers. Game inc., the fight will be televised the tournament's quarterfinal son's baseball escapades Negroes have sky-rocketted to great -
starts at 8 p.m. This gives you a chance to see your favorites. virtually w o r ldw i d e.The bout, then disposed: of heights in all sports and are continuing to open all avenues,
For reservations call Jack McGowan 635-5395. Senior Citi- ABC network will carry it live Thad Spencer. whenever and wherever the chance to meet the challenge of

zens will be admitted 50$except Friday, March 15. For al and the bout will be beamed to Ellis, 28, of Louisville,Ky., equality andabllity is given on the field of competition.
other O. K. Europe, Japan, and much of a sparring partner of former After many: years of trial, wait and see, Miami has finally
games,
Asia. A 150-mile area around heavyweight champion Clay, emerged as one of the nation's most pleasant playgrounds, and
Oakland will be blacked out. defeated both Leotis Martinand with the aid of peaceful integration of our public schools all
$25,000 TURF HANDICAP SATURDAYOne Each fighter has been guar- Oscar Benavena in the quarterfinals other forms of segregation have been b.l1ingoverlike wooden
anteed $125,000, and the win- soldiers, victims to the strong forces of our good Race Relations -
of Gulfstream Park's exciting blends of thoroughbred I .
racing and International interest will top the schedule at the<
This is a credit to whomever was even remotely responsible
Hallandale track Saturday when the second running of the
$25- to be sure the athletes and the athletic performances of ourcommlll1ity
000 Canadian Turf Handicap will be held. Jackie Robinson's Son
are in a great measure responsible.

RULE GIVES KEY WEST DIVISION
Aimed at honoring the thousands of Canadians that-form a Face Narcotic
Charges CHAMPIONSHIP OVER CURLEYThe
large part of the South Florida winter vacation throng, the ,
race was an Instant hit lat year In its inaugural, despite the buzzer was the winner or loser depending for which team
fact that the winner turned out to be a Florida-bred horse from Goes you were rooting in the high school basketball region AAA
the Tartan Stable with the un-Canadian name of Chinatowner.This to HospitalAwaiting l Tournament between Key West and Curley.

year, the prospects are that the Canadian Horse of the These two teams as evenly matched as humanly possiblewith
Year, He's A Smoothie, will be a strong factor in the event. trial for posses- $125,000 home in Stamford two ( a 1-point separation in two games) played an excellent

The Canadian champion won the $75,000 Hialeah Turf Cub sion of narcotics and a pistol, months ago, Jack, Jr. was ar- game to the very last half second; even while the buzzer was
this year at a mile and one half.While Gulfstream's Canadian Jack, Jr., eldest son Jackie rested at 2:30: a.m. last week, signalling the end of the game they were still hard at play,
Turf Handicap is at the shorter mile and a sixteenth distance, Robinson, baseball great, was after he had been seen loiter- which occasioned the momentous, monumental decision givingthe
He's A Smoothie has been consistently strong in turf course admitted Tuesday to the psy- ing near a hotel. He was cap- win to Key West 5453..
chiatric section of a hospitalin tured by police after a brief It was a hard lost for Cur ley,Coach petta, and our star Bap-
racing. Connecticut.A chase, and found to be carrying tiste; but a ruling later explained in detail to this column by
maxi juna, heroin, and a .22- Jackson's Coach Quentin North was the determining factor.
The Canadian champion, owned and trained by William R. hearing is scheduled for caliber pistol. According to North if in the officials judgement the motion ....
Beasley, may face the winner of the recent Appleton Handi- April 5 for young Robinson, Jackie's 21-year-old son, a to the basket had been made before the buzzer was soundedthe
cap, Niblick Stable's Rego, and a field of grass specialists. 'a veteran o f the Vietnam war, high school drop-out, out of ball remains in play until it falls dead. This evidently was

who was recently shipped work: when he was arrested, the officials decision.
VETERANS BOXING ASSOCIATIONRead home after he had been wounded first used narcotics,his father
in combat. said, during his year in Viet- EXCELSIOR LEAGUE 200 BOWLERS
this over and If any of you retired fighters are interested Deserting hispar en ts' nam.
in Joining write to Harry Spear Miami Times, I will Sammy Daniels showed the way last week with his 223 246
be only to glad to give you all particulars on Joining, Miami has ((616)) set, which was enough to beat out Amos Walker's 237-
their own organization ring 31. 221 (60S in Excelsior League competition.Other .
Miami, and ending in the coun- 200'and over games were Oswald Smith 201-218, Fred

The purpose of the Association Is to foster and promotethe try of Peru. Mason 201 201, Walter McDougal 222, O.Stanley 218, A.
He will serve two years as 215 214 Enoch Whitehead 214
Brown
Gus Randolph George
boxers the ,
good general welfare of the veteran throughout
a Marine Security guard over- Walker 212 Frank 210 209 205
Richburg W. James Lowry
world boxer who ,
; to take care of the sick and disabled veteran
N and will then return to
6 seas 202 Eddie 202 Jefferson 201
r Johnny Harvey Way Hagan J.
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may be in distress,by means of contribution within the means,
regular Marine Corps Estab- Thomas 201 Lonnie Mincey 201 and Ernest Hayes 200.
and to the best of the Association's ability; to take an active lishment in the United States. ,
interest in the administration of all laws, national, state and He received his trainingatthe
local, that effect the sport of boxing throughout the world; to Marine Security Guard School
insure that the members of this organization are given the In Arlington, Virginia, wherehe
recognition deserving of their past efforts, and to protect the graduated on Feb. 16, 1968. MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
active boxers to the best of the-associations ability. MIAMI TIMES ARE, TELLING YOU THEY

Sgt. Joseph L, Cook Is the APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
of Mr. Wilson andMrs.
son
NBA INDIVIDUAL SCORING LEADERSBoth Ruby Lee Cook. He attended THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE

-- .- school at Miami Northwestern 'PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
Philadelphia and St. Louis, winners of the Eastern and Marine Sgt. Joseph L, Cookis Senior H i g h and entered the
Western Division titles in the National Basketball Association presently serving with the service, June 15, 1964.
have already assured themselves $17,500 each for their Marine Security Guards at the
first place standings.In addition, Philadelphia,with a.760 play American Embassy, Peru,
percentage as compared to St. Louis' .688. appears likely to Lima,.He is one of six marines
receive the Association's bonus of $5,000 for finishing with the assigned to protect U S.Government '

highest percentage.As classified matter at
the state department establishment

the 22nd season of the NBA draws to a close, it is reasonably in Peru.
certain that a sophomore, Dave Bing of the Detroit Sgt. Cook has been assigned .7 .r ..-: '
Pistons, will become the new Associationscoringchamp. Bing "tcr Lima, Peru and will arrive
with 1,987 points and a 27.3 per game average is well aheadof after a trip halfway around the r.
runner-up Elgin Baylor of Los Angeles who has 1,862 tallies 'world, starting in Arlington,
for a 25.9 per game average. Virginia, with a mid stop at ,
.OOO

Wilt Chamberlain with a .58 field goal average is certainto .
retain his crown and will have little competition sweepingthe
rebound title Oscar Robertson of the Cincinnati Royals 4
should finish at the top of the free throw column while Len '
Wilkens of St. Louis and Chamberlain will battle all the way

through the final game to determine the loop's top playmaker. Ba
Wilkens has 654 assists and an 8.2 per game average to Cham-
berlain's 612 feeds with the same per game average. However, ProperlyFitted y
Lenny has played 5 more games than Wilt and only has 2 more !
outings scheduled while the Philadelphian has seven more
games to go. lip
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Walt Bellamy of New York with a 540 is Chamberlain's clos- I'nata
est race. The Big 0 with an .867 4 Ji
competition in the field goal
and 530 successful tries out of 611 attempts: ,has a substantiallead from 1. 14 BEAUTY, BRAINS AND buoyancy are three of the many things one notices about Miss Sidney
over Larry Siegfried of Boston who is hitting at .58 in the Royce Rivers, 25-year-old Detrolter, who has developed into quite a perennial attraction in
free throw department. Chamberlain is sailing alongata 23.9 PH. FR 9-4831 the automobile show world a veteran of five auto shows--three in Detroit and two In Chicago,

rebound'average with 1,790 retrieves. He followed by Cin- RP.M.:: M1 iJ "', including the one Just concluded Miss Rivers has it both going and coming. She serves as a
cinnati's caroms for a 19-point per ; ; model-narrator for the Dodge line of Chrysler Corporation products, and during the "off sea-
Jerry Lucas with 1,460 { ONi Ti, .,
game !.It.{ . NP. 1 son" holds down a,secretary to a Chrysler personnel executive. (NPI photo)
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"We Want Our Share"- Mafia ft , ,.

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I Members of the Fort Laud- it's coming," said the expert ficlals regardless of party" who are not ware they are A $ 1 A1.
erdale Forum were told Mon who, is an intelligence officer He is "certain," Salerno victims. '
day by an expert on organized with the New York City Police said, there Is at least one He said that public aware-
crime that "Black Mafia" is Department, said he has spent member of the U.S.Senate who ness of what is going on and w
1 coming. more time !in organized crime is controlled by organized support for measures to com
Ralph F.Salerno,consultant than anyone who is not a mem crimewhichhetermed I!In bat organized crime are essential -
and adviser to the National ber of the confederation which visible" crime with victims .
Council of Crime and Delin- comprises the "ShadowGov
quency, the New York legislative ernment."
Committee on Crime, He said there too few legal After
the District Attorney's office tools with which to fight organized 2 Men Caught
of Philadelphia and the Presidential crime in a penal code
Commission, said Ne- designed to punish criminals
groes have begun to take their Individuals or in small groups. food Store Robbery ; J
place in organized: crime. "We've got to have them,or ;
Sociologists relate the en- organized crime will take the Two of three men who rob of 9835 SW 77th St., to unlock I ,
trance of various groups into Empire State Building and theWhite bed a food market money col- his car where $2,000 in re- I
the criminal world to their House brick by stick," lector of $2,00 Monday were ceipts from several of the
progress to the status of im- he said. nabbed later because a witness stores picking up receipts.
migrant, Salerno said.He said He added that it is more dan- took the license number of His wallet with $75 in it was
the Negroes are taking their gerous to the internal security their car, police reported. also stolen by the bandits. RAYMOND BURR, THE FAMED PERRY MASONoftelevision -
turn a s immigrants to the of the United States than Johnny Williams, 34, 1049 "Bad dog, keep out," was is pictured here being interviewed by The Times' city
cities. domestic communism. NW 83rd St.and John Wesley the sign in the rear window of editor, John A. Diaz, in Mr. Burr's presidential suite in the
Salerno asserted that organized "Today no large city is Robinson, 21, 2190: NW 68th the bandit car, but a witness Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach last Saturday.Mr.Burr (Perry
crime in Newark and completely controlled by organized Lane, were charged with the got the license number. The Mason) jmade a special trip to attend .a dinner sponsored by
Detroit has already been ap crime, but in many holdup outside the U-Totem car and the two men were found Florida Memorial College, of which Mr.Burr has been choseq
proached by Negroes who say, there is considerable corrup Store, 6900 NW Seventh Ave. later at Williams' house, police for the chairmanship of the Advisory Board. When Mr. Diaz
"We want our share." tion," he said. "They invade Police said a third man was said. asked Mr. Burr, "What do you think of integration In the col-
"You've not been told, but government and corrupt of- still at large. Williams was also chargedwith leges?" His quick reply was, "Definitely that's how it oughtto
The pair, one armed with a robbing Maria Salas, 23, be for better education for both groups."

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'NO QU'ALIFYING'-$8 Q'DOWN''M', yfli f,.;t Easy terms.
King Realty Inc. of Miami r.tty i or'nei' hou'se" aluininum. ; .Idr ng i !awnings l
I'olousl I"e .wlndow.; ,,, to ti ref ig;", ",PrIce! ((4)) 9200 NW Little River Drive Large pool,
("King Size( 8000 $b000wHh; $800:down.and S1Smoath, ,''';+ :' S;' 'A\''onlY' 3
Buys"REAL) TORS NW 7th '. ; : ., \ bedroom, 2 bath, central air and heat.
:
.
DADE COUNTY Ave : \' ,.'in'. "i; ,t' : ; .J' : 'r.n".t;t'f"f; :; "1 4 t"l : Shown
ISOUR by appointment.

KINGDOM BEAUTIFUL NEW AREA IN OPA-LOCKA ((5)) 8037 NW 18th Ave.-No qualifying. $300

CALL 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large corner lot, carport, down.
693-2831 gas heat, jalousie windows, stove, refrigerator,
air conditioner sprinkler stem. Bargain at <' \ "' ", Cj'; 'r("" '.
$13,500 FHA, $350 down and $84.35 month. (Our FOR'RENT)1 '. 'u' J'.I'' '..f r Opa-locka phone number is 6243666)). 14460 NW 22nd Are See Pt.,10' < ">

Sjjftlfe! NO QUALIFYING-MOVEIN! '

CBS, 3 bedrooms, large enclosed front porch, din- FORD R ALTY,[NC. :,Broker

ing room', garage, Near Shadowlawn Elementary 3639 NW 15th Ave. 63S4595REALTY
School at 47th Terrace near NW 1st Ave. Price is
9421 LITTLE RIVER BLVD. $12,500 with $600 down. No red tape Move Inl I

Beautiful 3 bedroom, Fla room, garage, carport,
stove, refrig. Vets only $200 down.
CARLTON
DELUXE DUPLEX BELOW FHA VALUATION

1351 NW 51 TERRACE Beautiful, like new at 55th St. near 1st Ave. Fla
2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA, $100 downto room, tile roof, built-in kitchens, formica cabinets, (Broker)
vets. like new stoves, refrigerators, air conditioners 3014 NW 19 STREET ,
gas heatcarports.Will sell below FHA of$23,000 693-4772 CALL
8930 NW 9 COURT and seller will pay all your closing costs tooll! Answer 635-3177
Gorgeous 2 bedroom, stove, refrig., carpeting, .
FHA CBS,2 BDRM, I BATH, vynl firs, screened
FHA terms. Vets $100 down.
porch, $10,500, $350 down, 65.11 monthly.
WE HAVE MANY MORE,HOMES, -
1490 NW 87 TERRACE FHA CBS, 2 BDRMS, I BATH, Large rooms.
2 bedroom, screened porch, carport, FHA only .,' YOU$100 CAN DOWN BUY IF ANY YOU OF,ARE OUR A VET FHA OR HOMES, BEING FOR.K, Must see. $13,400, $800 down, $80.82 month.

$100 downto vets. H(.DISPLACED, ,.,, 'AND. : IF.,.:YOU' !CAN QUALIFY, I ?':, ."?' ':; FHA CBS, 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, Ranch Style
2140 NW 94 STREET Beauty. Lge. Fla rm, tile & terr firs., utility rm,
cpt., large corner & grounds, stove, refrig., wash
2 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!!,
bedroom
Darling Fla Vets
room, stove only machine
Must
$100 down. TO BETTER'SERVE YOU see $15,600, $6 OOdown, $96.21 mo.

1050 NW 91 STREET BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT WATERFRONT SPECIAL, 3 BDRM, 2 BATH,
Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Cravera Lakes area. 16000 NW 27th AVENUE: FHA I, $13,000, $400 down, $80.82 month.
See this. It's a steal!! (In 27th Ave. Shopping Center)
624.366bOpen 7 Days! NO QUALIFYINGCBS

BEAUTIFUL CORNER INCOME PROPERTY 0 ,"'"', .f.Y''L"', 'I" '.,......" ,..;,e.,,,_._ .., .,...u.',. ,, ,, _, '"_..""'... "...., , TILE RF, VYNL FLRS, 2 BDRM, I BATH,
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r' ,..';:':M". I'" t.. > LT" N f,'I"'!..1-.1I $10,900 $1100 down
1391 NW 45 STREET '4 $70 mo. all.
j i ,f)I, : ''.'.'1KW: "&*\''!'"'', pays
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3 bedroom, well, and sprinkler, awnings. j- 1
pump : TWO 2 I
REALTYBROKER BDRM, BATH homes on 1 lot. 77x142
Has bedroom
one apt. for income. Also
garage.
.. CBS, vynl Us, $13,500 $1500 down $125
.,.iC'll \," ,", ':'. f'oL'! ,'''' mo.
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2 gorgeous CBS houses on 1 lot. Only $18,500, vynl) firs, $12,400, $1000 down, $100 mo. pays all.
Well and 4932 NW '7th Ave.
sprinkler.
pump LARGE 3 BDRM I
BATH, CBS, Tile rf, vynl
OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE PL 9-4371 firs all, garage, $12,000, $1000 down, $110mo. pays

' HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
* * * * * *
specialize in homes for persons being dis 16000 NW 27 Ave .
TUNE IN TO
JON CARLTON in the Real Estate
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in Urban Renewal Miami
placed area, Housing
\ t 624.3666. Corner, WMBM, 1490 KC, Friday 3:00: p.m. and
Call
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, March 15, 1968 31

FOR SALE HELP WANTED CHILD CARE

CLASSIFIED ADS Open Sunday 3-6p.m.1220NW BEVERAGE DRIVERS

88th St. 3 bedroom,2 bath,CBS Experienced. Excellent Opportunities -
children in home
I keep my
15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5C FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD FHA or conventional,carport, $100 or more for and give them hot lunches
the right Hospitalization
built-in range and over, car- men.
i 2164 NW 48th St.
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P.M port. In best area. Our sales- and uniforms Sunset Bottling Call every 633-5927.day.;

men will be on premises. Co. 50 West 29th St. Hialeah.

FOR SALE' FOR SALE FOR SALE Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- (Indef.) '

8779. . . . . ,
920 NW 87th St. 3 bedrooms: RIGHT OFF 17th'AVENUE
Beauty shop fully equipped, Experienced male plant work- LEGAL NOTICES
baths built-in kitchen MODERN 2
2 cen- BEDROOM
,
owner selling because of ill ers for soft drink Industry.
tral heat and air, carport,tile 2 bath extra large florida room NO CLOSING COST
ness, 693-3438. Good starting salary with po- NOTICE is hereby given to the
roof, asking $19,500.00 cashor Enclosed garage, tile root, Live rent free! Beautiful CBS tential increases
immediately owners of the
terms above $14,300.00 hardwood floors,large closets Duplex 2 bedroom 1 bath, following Motor
,
corner lot. CBS house 2 bedrooms,car- Sunset Bottling Co. 50 West Vehicles will be attached and
mortgage. $120 pays FHA $450 down extra
cor-
every- carport on large
thing. This house is 3 years $93.33 month Arthur Tubin, port, wall heater. Lot 85 x78. ner lot,tile roof.>Bar-B-Que 29th St. Hialeah. Indef.) sold in the enforcement of a

new, see today Aetna Realty Realtor, 7906 NW 7th Ave.Ph. Low price. Call 759-2956. pit. Freshly painted. FHA$500 able legal leis for Just and reason-
charges for labor and
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, 691-4785. down $96 month Atlantic and
storage.
Phone: 757-5724: Open 7 days. NO QUALIFYINGTotal Pacific Realtors 666-0411. MISCELLANEOUSTV

VETERANS AND URBAN price $8,900 furnished,
1251 NW 88th Street RENEWALFHA only $2,900 down and $60 1962 Buick, ,I. D. No.
gorge- Like new 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS SERVICE 631037923 last
registeredowner
ous 3 bedroom, 2 bath,. tile & VA HOMES month pays all. This is unbe- carport, awning, patio beautiful ,
City wide 24 hour service : Frank Barkley
roof, 1800 square feet of living $100 DOWN lieveable, beautifully furnished landscaped,'city water
Charge it 6346714. Castle
,
area, 100 x 130 lot, takeover wall to wall carpet, CBS with extra well and pump for
mortgage $16,800.00, 2- 3 & 4 bedrooms.1& 2 baths 2 bedroom porches, refriger- lawn. Nicely furnished tool TV. 1951 Ford, >Truck, I. DNo.

$144.00 monthly pays every- Arthur Tubin, Realtor 7906 ators, a must see at this low Move right in.Close to school, 7HA5015B, last registeredowner
Jonathon
thing. Owner says make offer. NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. realistic price, best buy we bus, shopping. $13900 terms REMODELING : Rolle

Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW have had in years A. Ben-Kori arranged. Must see today!At- Room additions remodeling' 1959 Oldsmobile, I. D.No*

54th St. Phone:757-5724,Open 8900 NW 20th AVENUE realtor, call anytime 759-2425 lantic and Pacific Realtors alterations commercial 597112756 last registeredowner

7 days. 2 bedroom, CBS, home with 666-0411. industrial residential. Free : Joe, JonesIn
florida FHA TERMS
room.Newly decorated estimates. Allied Builders
93rd absolutely Inside and out. New roof 2 bedroom 2 bath CBS, very
1876 NW Ter.- 446-3288. consideration of the fore-
no qualifying, 3 bedrooms, plumbing and electric,garage. large rooms,big Florida room, FOR RENT the
going Repairer and Storer
Price $10,500 with$250 down. oak floors, this is worth ,
1 bath fenced yard new roof
,
will
that Title
Certificate
request
245
Ca1194 -6107. seeing. $700 down, in very Lovely room. $12 week. -
$10,000.00 total price. We can
be transferred to his
good area, this home Is luge.A. NW 11th Street.
downpayment and
arrange BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY B e n- Kor I, Realtor call CHILD CARE name.
bud-
monthly payment to your Room for a nice gentleman KELLY PACE
anytime 759-2425.
store and watch
get. A e t n a Realty (Broker), Jewelry repair., Interested Repairer and Storer
Only persons
in home
Keejpchildren
Same
location since 1946.Low my
811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757- ni should call from 10 a.m. until 758-3426. 1401 NW 1st Avenue
rent health
5724, Open 7 days. will sacrifice FHA $14,000 8:30 p.m. 691-7034. Miami, Florida 33136
379-6814 ((8-5 p.m.) $450 down and $107 a month Mar. 1,8,15

4 bedrooms, 2 baths,No qualifying 262 pays all, corner lot, wall to Clean honest man, church going
wall to wall NW 56th ST. Home and in- wall 3 bedroom of children in
carpets, carpet, 2 bath. preferred to share house Will take care

stove refrigerator, asking come.Live $9,000 $1,500 down. CBS. With lots of extras, with minister. Low rent. 3160 my home. PL 8-9972.
terms better than rent free.693-4612.Edna sprinkler NORTHEAST
$15,000.00 system appointment NW 67th Street.

rent call today for details, Buettner Realtor. only. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Furnished 2 Bedroom
Mothers Mothers I f are
Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW NEAR CORAL GALBES call anytime 759-2425. Nice rooms for men only.5520 looking ,for a clean, neat you home Select LocationNo

54th St. Phone: 757-5724, Open 6520 SW 58th AVENUEOn NW 15th Avenue. Must call in experienced babysitter good ChildrenPL

7 days. bus line close to Coral 1210 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE person. food call us pickup and delivery 9.4174

Gables shopping, access to Price $22,500 with bank + 633-2002 or 633-2732
91st
2025-27 NW St. Gorgeous -
route 1. Brand lived terms this is Duplex. Nice, clean living
new,never a large 3 bed-
CBS Duplex,rent one side,
bedroom kitchen and
in, 3 bedroom, living and room 2 bath with hardwood room, ,
live free other side, FHA$13-
bath. Unfurnished.
Couple only
700.00 $450.00 down No dining room combination, floors, central air, large eatin
888-6643.
closing costs $84.99 monthly. large kitchen with utility room modern builtin kitchen on the

try $13,200. canal with large bedrooms
,
Be your own landlord. Aetna Room. 1370 NW 37th St. 634-,
ASSOCIATES and Florida room, this is one
Broker 811 54th
Realty ( ), NW 3862.
REALTY REALTORS of the houses the
CORP. largest on
St., Phone: 757-5724, Open 7
days Evening appointment welcome canal for the money, and is a ,
2443 SW 67th Avenue great buy. Drive by then callA. 2bedroom apartment New.
Prefer adults 1 child
666-4671 B e n- Karl, Realtor, call or
CAROL CITY Monthly rent 4443673.A .
FHA $350 DOWN $71.52 MO. anytime 759-2425 .1 r I Ir I

Seller pays all closing costs. GARDENIAS. $1.50 up. Aimee nice little clean efficiency

2 bedroom doll house, car- (big bloom) $3. Open Sunday. 1250 NW 90th STREET for a single man. 2010 NW 86

port, wall to wall carpet,awn Dee Gardenia Nursery, 633 E. Street.
ings. Large fenced yard. Ockeechobee Road Hialeah. 3 & 2 CBS .

Arthur Tubin, Realtor, 7906 (Apr. 5) Beautiful corner, with fenced Store. 8644 NW 22nd Ave 25 x

NW 7th Ave. Ph. 691-4785. yard, wail to wall carpet,stove 40. $70. Parking.Dentist,bar-
2 bedrooms hardwood FHA terms $20,000 with
CBS
,
ber shop, cleaners lawyer -
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH floors, porch, FHA terms. $1,000 down and $150 month., needed, Only business.
Only $10.500. No closing pays all, beautiful Little River
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING Phone 866-2396. k'I
COSTS costs. Drive by 4119 NW 23rd Dr. Area A. Ben-Kori, Real-

Tile roof, full dining room, A v e n u e then call Fenster tor, call anytime 759-2425. COCONUT GROVE !

t lor 1 d a room, enclosed ga- Realty, Broker, 759-9'779. Grand Ave. Store. About 400 1

rage, awnings, stove, refrig- 150 NW 40th STREET square feet at$18.75 per week. Lease a gas fir'beater 'i 1

erator FHA price $16,000. No qualifying. South Miami. FHA $13,900 Magrewder ealt1,444-8321.. for $2.00 a month!

$600 down Veterans only $100 Quick possession. $1,500 $450 down and$110 month pays
to reduce utility bin.a .
guaranteed
down. Arthur Tubin, Realtor, down. $123 month pays all. all for this like new Immacu- Apartment. Free water. 1377 0 your

7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone 691- $12,000 total. 6730 SW 62nd late home all newly decorated, NW 34th_St. 634-0881. the hot water you'll need.EDISON .

4785. Court. Lovely ranch style CBS hardwood floors, real fire- I

home. Florida room, carpets, place, ceder linedclosets, 1805 1/2 NW 76th TERRACE Call Jack Thorne [IDGAS/A\

3 BEDROOM HUGE FLORIDA stove and refrigerator, newly huge, huge Florida room CBS 11/2 room separate cottage

ROOM ONLY decorated, beautiful trees, 2 bedroom 1 bath A Ben-Kori Unfurnished. Im-
FHA single only.
PRICED ,
large corner, 78 x 144.Call for .......,wr.....,.ar.r1
$12,000,$400 down and $74.41 Realtor, call anytime 759- mediate occupancy. $17 weekly MIAMI 2300 BISCAYKE BLVD. 311.1114
Mable Roberts
month.Seller: pays all closing appointment. 2425. Call Mr. Gross, 444-6126,
Broker,:634 1481. 448-2824.
costs. Large utility room. evenings

Comer lot. Arthur Tubin, $ 940 NW LITTLE RIVER DR.

Realtor. 7906 NW 7th Ave. Ph. TOTAL $25,000 total with bank terms,
691-4785. Drive by 6742 NW 4th Ave for this most beautiful home HELP WANTEDNeat

Nice 2 bedroom CBS, garage, that, is 3 bedroom all very SpecialsSTOP ..

BUNCHE PARK 3 BEDROOM cash or some terms. A. Ben- large, :2 baths, on the canal appearing girls for wait-

2 HATH SELLER PAYS ALL Korl, Realtor, 7592425. huge kitchen and Florlda oom, ress and dining room. Will

CLOSING COSTS II' special features, call for ap- train if necessary. Good IN OUR OFFICETO

Lots of extras go with this pointment to see.A. Ben-Kori, salary. Apply Delmonico

house. FHA $450 down $90.12 3 bedroom bath, screened Realtor, call anytime 759- Hotel, 6393 Collins Ave. Mi- SEETHE FOLLOWING:

month. Arthur Tubin, Realtor patio, low down payment. Many and 2425. ami Beach. Phone 865-5786. (0)) $250 down FHA, 2 bedroom CBS home. Tile

7906 NW 7thA ve, Ph. 691-4785 extras, $18,900.6245685.Evenings (Indef.) roof, Fla room. $87 mo. pays all. Near our of
weekends.
Completely furnished duplex.To fice.
Volunteer s for ladies auxiliary ((2)) FOR PROFESSIONALS. 3 bedroom 2
Complete contents of all cash buyers only $12- Large ,
Moving. at hospital
Opa-locka general -
Grocery store plus living room bed- 000. Drive by 1260 NW 34th bed bath home on corner. Fla room, garage, FHAor
Living
home. contact
Strauss
Mr.
quarters. Corner beer and carpets St. then call Fenster Realty, conventional terms. South of 79th St.
rooms, dining room, 685-2467.
wine Ucense. Full price $6- drapes, lamps, pictures sew- 7598779.No (A-5) ((3)) Nice CBS Duplex. 2 bedrooms each side.

000. Terms.. Leonard Realty, machine refrigerator, Near our office. FHA terms.
ing HANDY MAN MONTH
$340
696-0092. etc. Almost new. 759-3080. qualifying. 9210 NW 15th MONTH ((4)) $6500 All Cash. Clean 2 bedroom, partly

t (Mar. 29)) Ave. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, car- Tahiti PORTER-$320 Motel 16901 Collins (furn. home. Near 85th St. & 20th Ave.

Beer & Wine business.. Plus 2 port, $2,000 down payment. Avenue. ((5)) We have many more homes and duplexes on

houses furnished for extra income Take over one mortgage. FHA terms or no qualifying.
this bargain! its a sleeper >
Full price $14,500. Steal Drive by, then call Fenster
OPEN ALL DAY EVERYDAY
priced below market value MAIDS $9 PLUS TIPS
Terms. Leonardi Realty, 696- Realty, Broker, 759-8779 I
0092. No qualifying. 2 bedroom 1 HEAD MAID-$280 MONTH .1J_ _" ___ '
bath, carporte, CBS. tile roof Tahiti Motel 16901 Collins '

2 bedroom, 1 bath unfurnished.On hardwood floor, on 82 x 121 CHILD CARE Avenue. EDISON REALTY, Realtors, '
lot. Total price$10500
'
17th Ave. Zoned business $1000 corner down $70 month.See and Infants and toddlers. Best of Beck Barber Shop. 6612 NW lZ5'iN' W' 6' d ', I

$12,500 Small downpayment. buy today! Atlantic and Pacific care in the home. 635-2893. 18th Avenue. \ ; : .2 It .. -: /

Balance easy. Leonard Realty Realtors 666-0411. (Indef). : .
696-0092.



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