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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 22, 1968
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STUDENTS DEMONSTRATE AT fMC ij.;

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Students at the Florida Memorial tories are completed in Jan- a delay in getting educational rooms have wall to wall car- N1s' >.>
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College staged a uary. funds from the Federal Gov- peting air-conditioning and 0 *

peaceful demonstration at the The buildings at the old ernment, because of the heavy many other features that are .
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presidents office on Wednesday Embry Riddle aviation schoolare demands on the federal bud- not present in the usual dor- ';

morning to protest the lack the ones being used tem- get for Vietnam. mitory found on college cam- t t'r

of heating in the temporary porarily, until the dormo- puses.

quarters used by the college to tories are completed. The temporary quarters, The students were assured
According to one college official according to the same college that provisions for heating in
house many of Its male stu- the delay in the comple- officials are in excellent con- the buildings would be taken

dents until the new dormo- tion of the building was due to dition in many instances the care of immediately.Vol. .







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46, No. 13 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1968 MIAMI, FLORIDA

Hopkins Family Is "Family of Year" 1


Facing financial hardships 75th Terrace. Joseph Hopkins \
UNITED BLACK
FEDERATION
SEEKS throughout their lives, yet determined is a carpenter by trade and has

I to give their child- been employed with one com- .<
ren the kind of a home life and pany for the past 33 years. ''

academic education that would Blessed with nine children .

ECONOMIC DEVELOPERSBlack provide them with a higher ranging in age from 19 to \

standard of economic existence 38 years, six have attained

than Is the usual lot of college degrees and the young-
Dade Countians must development program, the vices. Why not call us today at business of building an eco- the ghetto family, Mr. and est daughter is a college
develop an economic base if it United Black Federation is 691-0421 and get about the nomic base for us. Mrs. is
Joseph L. Hopkins were sophomore. Mrs. Hopkins a
is to help eradicate the ills seeking black general contractors honored
as the "Family of the life-long member of ChristChurch
which plague our community ; sub-contractors, Year" last Saturday at the an- .

To develop the kind of base, electricians, etc., that are interested Metro Commission nual Equal Opportunity Day The Hopkins were selectedas

which gives rise to employ- in developing a Construction dinner of the Greater Miami the "Family of the Year'

ment of others with oppor- company Urban League.Mr. from among many nominations
tunities for advancement it This is the first phase of our Overrules Board
Housing Hopkins andhiswife, received by the award com-
is necessary that our businessmen -economic program, but does
Iva, were 'married in Miami mittee headed by the Rev.
thinkbiganddevelop not deny other persons inter- On Tuesday the Metro Com- they live up to their commit- some 40 years ago. They live Harold D. Long, pastor of the
corporate structures.As ested in other business ven- mission overruled its Housing ment. in their own house at 1359 NW Church of the Open Door.
a part of its economic tures from seeking our seri Advisory Board's recommen-

dation that a $2 million Urban

Renewal contract be given toa

firm affiliated with an all

black social agency. Housing Education & Jobs

i We commend the commis-

sion for its forthright position, ,

and look with great expectationto

an early ground breaking Solutions To Crime Increase :
Urban
;b "by Systems, Inc. ,

Urban SystemS'Inc., states In an exclusive interview to community have been greeted been studying the problem for
Vice
? t r President James A Jor- with "buck He said 2 months and third has
don "is the Miami Times, Bernard N. passing. a group
from
permeated top Dyer stated that a recent article (Dyer) everybody white says, been studying I a package of
to bottom with
.1Y' an integratedstaff. in the Miamilleraldfocused "what can I do tohelp?"When proposals submitted to them

on the rise in armed rob- that question is answered,they for more than a"reasonable"
It's time that blacks be-
high
r bery, reflected the "hide your say, "let me study it." period of time.
come an jintegralpartoftheredevelopment head In the sand" attitude of He cited the fact that one "Why it was recommended

of projects that the power structure in Dade group of learned gentlemen, toclose Dorsey Jr. High
affect their lives. Black con- County. (white) have been "studying a School as a Jr. High School, in

tractors, craftsmen, lawyers, The reason behind the increase proposal for Black Economic the plant survey report,issued

mortgage brokers and consul- in criminal activity by Development for over six by the State Board of Educa-

V "1''.f tants can all participate and black youth can be divided into months. Another group with tion, In Oct., 1966. Maybe to

become a part of the develop- three distinct areas in which the power to correct housing some white folks' studying,
ment while earning a substantial violations in 106 units have "
Dade County's power struc- means stalling.
living for themselves as t
ture can deal effectively to
well as others. This is the
correct.
.Y American way. r rgrYF.
We shall be watching Urban HOUSING .

Systems, Inc. to see to it that Poof" housing ,coupled with .I
facilities
inadequate recreational -
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which has been com-

pounded by the dumping of

3,000 families by urban renewal f t

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City of Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark (left), con EDUCATION
gratulates Walter Bethel on 45 years of dedicated serviceas Black youth dropping out of i
the of Sanitation. J school at a point inAmerica'smost
an employee in Department Grady
Phelps, director of the department has worked with rapid technological development -
Good and the school
Bethel longest: "I came to work in this ,department
board dealing with it, with a
years ago, and he was here then. For all of those years Glut's
genocidal acceptance of this,
he has been a good, steady hard-working man. A faithful Give rather than going after the

employee. Miami-Metro Department of Publicity & causes. 1 ..
Tourism photo. 1i
J03 OPPORTUNITIESThe i
shrinking of the market i


I $7 Billion Family Plan UrgedA black for inferior unskilled people education labor were and into forced the which lack by /1


of opportunity for the b 1 a c k

$7.3 billion annual sub- charges, themagaz esays.At are the "victims of inadequate business community, to z

sidy plan to give each American present 61 other nations, educational and health ser- generate Jobs caused by a denial ...
family a $10 per child per including every industrializednation vices." of bank loans to black c

month stipend was urged today lathe world,has a fami-: businessmen has left an
by the liberal New Republic ly allowance subsidy, accord- Under the plan, "Checks alarming increase in unemployed
magazine in an effort to help Ing to columnist Richard Lee would go to mothers Mrs youn black miles.

millions of children in pov- Strout in "Paying for the Right Nelson Rockefeller and the In each these areas,there )
erity-struck families. to Life" in the November 23 sqUaw living in a Nava hogan needs to be more involvementof Mapping plans for the start of "Operation Badge,"

Well-to-do families would edition. would each get $10 per month the community ins hap ing a City of Miami recruitment program to attract more
per child But the rich, of candidates into the Miami police department
Negro are
and out
carrying
back at incometax policies
,the money pro-
pay The New Republic writer course, would immediatelypay I
who will the all-out Lt.
time but poor families grams. However, the same old two key men help shape project.
asserts the,allowances are most of it back in higher
would keep the, Federalallowances "con game" is again beingrun Leroy Smith, a Miami police officer, who will serve as
needed because "at least 10 income taxes. For 1968, it is
the magazine said. down on the commun- recruitment officer, discusses several ideas with Ted' "
nations have lower infant mor- estimated, the program would 't,
ity. Promises of greater involvement Nichols, head of the Community Affairs Division,
than "
The subsidy plan, similarto tality rates the U.S.; two have cost$8.6billionannually,
have again gone the Nichols is an assistant to Miami City Manager M. L.
the one in use in Canda, is out of every three disadvantaged from which sum $1.3 billion
"
route of the "shell Reese who launched
"Operation
gams. Badge during
the best method of striking directly youngsters here never would be recovered by incometax. apress
at poverty without high see a dentist; 60 per cent of Net annual cost: $7.3 bil- Proposals for change submitted conference No. 13 Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity &
various elements in the
administrative overhead poor, handicapped children lion," Strout writes. by Tourism photo.COLD .





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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968 1 Worker On Expressway Drowns!


I EOPI Center Managers Named I A 20-year-old construction pear at the construction co.pany's .
: : worker slipped from a scaffold office site and turn ina
beneath the North-SouthExpressway time card.
and drowned, po- Peterson was alone on the
The Economic Opportunity The center manager of Per- said Wednesday, after scaffold beneath the express
Program, Inc., announced today rine is Julius Simmons. Mr. rolling lice down a steep embark- way at NW Sixth Ave. and 14th
the appointment of the Simmons came to Perrine ment into a pool of water. St. Fellow workers said Peterson
Neighborhood Center Man- A from the Culmer Center, Willie Frank Peterson, who was filling irregulari.ties .
agers, further implementing where he was assistant direc in the
lived at 7735 NW 14th Pl.,was uneven concrete
the reorganization of the tor. for the
pillars
found in the water by fellow overhead road.
agency. workers after he failed to ap way.


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HENRY GIVENS WILLIE BROWN ELECTRIC C
The Culmer center manageris
with the agency for two years, Arthur King, who has been COOKING! "
in the position of center man- N with EOPI for several years.. .
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I JULIUS SIMMONS '
FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
SUMNER HUTCHESON Willie Brown, action area HELPING BUILD FLORIDA

The Center Manager of the manager of Homestead, will
also function as the center
Brownsville NeighborhoodCenter .
is Sumner Hutcheson.Mr. manager. Mr. Brown has been -
Hutcheson was formerlythe with the agency for two years.In .
center director at Browns- Opa-locka the center .
ville, and has bee with the manager is Michael McDear-
maid. Mr. McDearmaid was *
program for two years. ,
Mr. George Green is the new formerly with Congressman
manager of the Liberty City Claude Pepper's staff as
Neighborhood Center. Mr. an analyst.

Green joined EOPI in 1965,as
assistant director of the

center.In .
Coconut Grove the new ....,.-.. .-.. MICHAEL McDEAUMAIDThe
center manager is Henry GEORGE GREEN neighborhood cen-
Givens. Mr. Givens has been ter managers will be respon-
sible for the activities within .
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legal services,employment
KNIGHT BEAT and housing assistance, edu- BROWNSVILLEDRUG
cational programs, credit

BOBBY MARSHALL PRESENTS unions, and emergency help. STORE
The center managers reportto
SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE
Marshall's the area director of their
Bobby neighborhood.The COMMUNITY FOR 18 YEARS
r ,
.. EOPI Personnel Com- 4634 NW 27 ,Ave.
Pre-Thanksgiving Show JESUS LOPEZ mittee must still act on these
appointments. 634-7233
Jesus Lopez wined EOPI In J
FEATURING 1967, as assistant director of
the Edison- Little River *
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968 3


: Police Crack Shotgun... Robbery Gang Civil Rights Violated, ij

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Police have cracked the Two men took $200 from the Lucius Bryant, 22, and Settles
shotgun gang which has terror cash register. Storekeeper Elijah Fulton, 26, also of 225 City For $4,500

ized local merchants over the George Levin 55, was taken to

past year. a back room and pistol-whip- Robert Quentin Owens the and been put on three years'probation

ped.Richard 18-year-old Negro who was each.
Prather, 24, a cus- dangled from the Flagler The two ex-patrolmen -
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tomer in the adjacent j bar, Street Bridge by two white po John A. Creekmore, 23, and
>," heard Levine crying for help. J1: licemen was given $4,500 Jerry Paul Edwards, 27-
,1'! .>', When he ran to Levine's aid, '. ...." !. settlement by the City of Mi- took Owens to the Flagler St.
he was shot in the chest,right ;, :
'At ami Thursday. bridge and hung him over the
hand and left leg. The robbers City commissioners unani- side by his heels.
escaped and the victims were and without discus They then forced him to
mously-
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hospitalized. .' sion adopted City Attorney strip to his shorts and sweater -
t"t. Investigators traced a license BRYANT Alan H. Rothstein's recom- and left him on the bridge
tag number to suspect stores on the list. mendation that the city settle after beating him up.
James Thomas and as a result The biggest single haul West THOMAS with the youth for his claim
.tied in Eddie Lee Burkes. could remember was lastyear's out of the incident.
''" growing SMITH'STONSORIAL
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.-. ,,, Burkes and West were arrested $15,000 robbery of the .+;,>.. ;";.;, Owens was taken from a pool
in Georgia. J&J Drug Store at 1410 NW62St. .,, ' PARLOR
WEST : "Ei hall the night of Feb. 1 by two
Detectives found InformaIon There was a $2,500 holdupOct. ,t' ,/ 1{
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Daniel West, afortperparttime former Miami policemen who
led to the arrest of jJ'\ After 39 Years at:
garbage collector for the that 19 at a Shell's City storeat 't have since been convicted of

city of Miami, led and trained Eugene Cooper who was found 13599 S.Dixie Highway.The "... a federal civil rights violation, the 17th St. Locationhas location
moved to its new
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the gang of gunmen who in a Broward County hospital. Tamiami Hotel at 203 W.Flag- [ '
Williams and Green said ler St. was robbed of $2,700in . ) f
stole than in :
more $750,000 NW 20th Ter., Eugene Cooper 2221 NW 1th AVENUE
others Most of the ,
250 to 300 holdups over five Cooper and three were June, 1967. ? 21, of Burkes' address,
for North Carolina others
heading were goodfor$1,000or
years. James Thomas, 21, of 255 NW "Service as you like it"
The robberies took place in three weeks ago. less. 25th St., Ike Florence, 24, no
1 I Dade County, Tampa, Jack- 1I : ',,:O known address and John H. Sherman Smith, Prop.

\ sonville, Avon Park, Lake -- !-,,),. Jenkins, 24, of 1560 NW 51st ( )
Placid and Brevard and FULTON St. Nov.29)t
Broward C 0 u n tie s,according -

to de te c tI v e s. Included P ,,,.
were an uncertain number of .,1T..t. ,..,".,i\;
pistolwhippings.A ( :T.....' There's nothing new under the sun .

break in th case came '. '. !
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when West and another man >

were arrested and charged C. "( F YOUR FRONT DOOR
with armed robbery and assault :" '' --
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with intent to kill in \. .#/
Dougherty County, Ga. West \','.' ;1/ IS 4,000 YEARS OLDIt
told all about the robberies -
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FLORENCEWilliams
from his Jail cell in Ga., and JENKINS
since his arrest,he has spoken described West by
Those under arrest are
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freely about his methods. saying "He only has a third West, 26 of 225 NW 20th Ter. hasn't changed its cracking that ancient
Last week while Detectives grade education, but a mind
and Eddie Lee Burkes, Jr.,21 material or structure in III Egyptian homeowners
Green and Williams tell-. like a steel trap. He gave us
were of 2101 NW 3rd Ave.Both are all that time. No I had Your home is still
ing the story, other officers: about 50 Jobs he can remem- won- ,
in Ga.on
arrested the eighth of 11 men ber during the past six months, charges in custody of armed Doughtery robbery, and der you have the same III plagued with doors
wanted on charges of commit- and he's going to send us a list
assault. problem of warping, that let your air conditioning -
of remembers ad-
more. He
ting holdups allegedly plannedand
led by West. dresses and dates." l s / r s twisting, shrink, and III out . .
Three others, one of them a Included in the list are 14
youth, 16, are still being Joe's Markets, a chain of Mi- eC'D0U8LI
sought. ami stores; Detectives think SUCK BLACK
Unless\ it's a MAGNA- EAL DOOR
The trial that led to West the gang robbed 20 or more of ACTION

began at a State Liquor Storeat those. /COLORS CRAY HAlfttuYX

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I ":l. .1'ZI To Be Equal



by Whitney M. Young :Jr.
Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phone: 691.0421 \ /.
By Booker T. Hayes
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher --- i Executive Director National Urban League

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Miami's Negro Elite ??? -
STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor

of blacks and black Decentralizing The SchoolsThe
National Advertising Representative Those of us concerned with the future

com.Tiinitles should feel enlightened after reading the article
Amalgamated Publishers
Inc. ,
strike in New York City has attracted
Mi- teachers' nation-
310 Madison Avenue. New York N. Y. 10017 "Miami's Negro Elite" published in last Sunday's
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association ami Herald Tropic Magazine section The article proved to be wide attention, and rightly so,because the Issues behind it will

2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 Interesting reading, and should offer hope to the lower middle affect most large cities sooner or later.

alone in their efforts Albert Shanker, head of the united Federation of Teachers
SUBSCRIPTION RATES class and poor families that feel they are
ONE ,YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN' $6.00 to find ways to upgrade the economic conditions of the communities local that called the strike, says the main Issue involved the
article of some 79 teachers from the Ocean Hill-Brownsville
they must inhabit as a result of necessity. The transfer
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
t in community control.
who district an experiment
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 offers hope in the form of involvement by Individuals by school ,
virture of their wealth, could afford to be aloof and apart. It Since teachers have always been transferred It seems

The NEGRO"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" shows clearly the change in attitudes of blacks past and ,present : strange that the UFT would shut down the schools over this
PRESS believes
the world from racial and national antagonism that America when can it best accords lead .Of the statements made by Individuals interviewed I foundit Issue. When the district indicated it would be willing to let the

to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human necessary to take issue with only one, and this referred to teachers, who were transferred because they weren't sym

and Press legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-trie Negro the need of Urban Renewal within the Coconut Grove area. U pathy with community control, back into their classrooms,
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men another line of attack.
are hurt as long as anyone is held Sock. we were to wait on private enterprise to effect the changes the UFT switched to

needed in this area, I doubt if the change would come in my Mr. Shanker dug up some anti-Semitic leaflets and chargedthat

'We diar'atebaak lifetime, or the lifetime of my children. the local district was responsible for them.So the work of

a handful of haters was distributed throughout the city by the

UFT releasing ugly racial antagonisms In a vain attempt to
ofa shock and a sur- ,
somewhat
The title of the article was
GIVES US THE CROSS JUDGEAs smear the local board. The proof of the falsehood of the
blacks referred to as Negroes. Quite
because the were
prise
,
charges is that half the new teachers hired by the board are
recently I wrote a column questioning the disappearance of the
the Christmas season comes, there again comes some concerning blacks. Jewish, and the UFT charges were denied and condemned by
word Negro from all published reports
objectors to the cross being placed on the courthouse. Careful examination had proven that the term is as much apart Jewish leaders in the city.
Federal Judge Charles B. Fulton has been asked to preventthe rememberwith Now the issue was harassment, the UFT said. Teachershad
of the pastas are some of the practices we now
usual lighted cross on the courthouse. Let us hope the utter distaste. The article was well written,but I feel the been threatened. This is deplorable, but they should also
Judge will not do have mentioned the threats received by non-str1klngteachers
so.
title linked the people Involved with the past, and their thinking -
Ye Editor thinks Usa wonderful idea to have such a cross at did blacks who had to force their way into locked school buildings to
alone makes this an unfair union. Rarely having
Christmas: time and we have reason to believe there are many teach. The buildings were locked because the custodians,principals -
achieved success in the past openly express their concern
citizens who feel the same way about the cross and decor- toward fellow black men less fortunate than themselves with supervisors were backing the UFT. Incredible,isn'tit

ations.In the frankness and sincerity shown by these individuals. that these managers would also strike? It's as If the top

executives of U.S.Steel were to walk out in support of a steel-

the cross of Christ, I glory, workers strike.

Towering o'er the wrecks of time; I am of the opinion this is the type of concern necessary to Their action is the tip-off that the real issue in the strike

All the light of sacred story create the atmosphere of unity so badly needed If we are to has nothing at all to do with transfers or harassment. The real

Gathers round its head sublime really overcome. In a sense, we must truly become our bro- -- and only -- issue is the attempt by the vested school Interests -

thers' keepers. Not in a vocal sense, but in a physical sense. in the city to kill any attempt to decentralize a system

John Browning We m jst concern ourselves with problems that apply to us as swollen with bureaucrats more concerned with security than

a group. Our Involvement should reflect the changes desiredby with educating the children.

The Chief Is Dead all of us. Our actions and motives must not be motivated: by Community control threatens these people. It means that

selfishness, but a genuine desire for the uplift of the race as they will have to be accountable to parents for the first time

Dade County was shocked last Saturday by the sudden deathof a whole. I think these people should commended for having Black kids fall farther and farther behind in their reading and

Miami Police Chief Walter Headley.The controversial chief been honest enough to express their concern. They are my math and nobody cares. Community control attempts to re-

was usually at odds with the black community,not so much be- idea of good neighbors verse the viscious cycle that turns the schools into failure

of his but his remarks ._ factories.
policy irresponsible
cause "gettough" -- --- ------ -

where he seemed to classify all blacks inone category. Many I went into the Ocean Hill-Brownsville district to see for

blacks, alarmed over the high crimp rate in the ghetto com- myself whether the experiement was working. Contrary to UFT

munities, were solidly behind Chief Headley's policy of dogs LETTERS to EDITOR charges, I didn't see ,any "extremists" there. Instead, I saw

and shotguns. dedicated young teachers who told me of the joy of teaching

in a community that trusted them and supported their efforts.
This paper is especially concerned with the selection of a .' :, _
I saw children
making in
progress reading for the first timein
successor to this powerful and sensitive office. Hopefully the
their lives kids who came to school to met
; eager learn. I
crises of the pa s t have opened our eyes to the need for dia- BOWING YOUR HEAD ISN'T BLACK PRIDETo
administrators
logue, communication compromise and compassion. like Rhody McCoy, who talked of the problemsof
sabotage by the central Board of Education last Spring and
Chief 1 this often Olympic Athletes John Carlos and Tommie Smith: the UFI this Fall. But he
During Head e y' s reign, paper was very also told me of the commitment of

on the opposite side of the ledger as to the solutions to crime Recently our 13-year-old son hurt his ankle in a football his teachers and the spirit of the community.It .

and corruption in the ghetto.We game. Two of his teammates ran to help him off the field- would be tragic if this noble experiment were to fall. Com-
the dark color of their skin was a contrast to the fair com- control
believe that the succession to this high office must be a munity of the schools Is the last hope for transforming
of blond But that's where the
plexion our son. contrast ended.
ghetto
education. It offers black parents the same rights sub-
professional police administrator. A person'concerned with
These boys have learned to play together to laugh together
urban
parents enjoy -- an elected school board accountable to
making Miami a safer place to live for all citizens. He must be
to to lose
cry together, together and to win together yes, them.
dedicated to the proposition that no particular group of peopleare
even to live together! As they walked off son's arms
my
Power is
prone to be criminals. He must be forever mindful that the issue here. And in this, the conflict in New
around the others' shoulders for
support I couldn't help but
York
mirrors
relations the state of the civil rights movement today.
police community are an intricate part of law en-
think is
"here the of America
hope a United -not a n America -
forcement. He must seek the help of those who believe in divided into black Community control represents a demand by ghetto parents
and
a a white American, but one true that be
and they allowed to share the the responsibilities
peaceful living Justice. power,
fusion of purpose and spirit, a really United Statesl! and the
privileges that middle class white enjoy.
It is our hope that the City Manager and the City Commis- And then as our family watched in surprise and with humiliation people

sion will search and think soberly as they replace departed'' as you bowed your heads when receiving the gold medals,

Chief. our hearts were heavy. "Why?' our sons asked.

And "Why?" indeed?You said to demonstrate"black pride."
Never in the history of Miami have we needed men of goodwill
Did anyone ever demonstrate "prk e" with a dropped chin?
I IThe
and understanding In positions like that of Chief of Police. PHIL OSSOFER
How could someone be "proud" to saytothe whole world that

The constant cry of law and order,without justice, has caus- he was unwilling to raise his eyes to the flag of his country?

ed distrust by black citizens of law enforcement agencies. A Do you think these boys who helped our son off the field, the
country is going to the tion . we are going to the
giant step toward eliminating this feeling can be accomplished boys who roomed with another of our sons at a state championship dogs and
it isn't because
with the selection of the right man. football trip, the boys who sit beside our other sons in the its dogs.
only game in town. And its I look this situation as
class or who eat with them in the school cafeteria do upon
The Miami Times believes that the right man will be selected. really think they understand? U you really want to see you the going to the dogs In a big way a sign of weakness in mankind.:

According to the August 1 It takes much more character,
,
of black
epitome pride you would have been watching the return 1968
issue
attract
of Forbes and kindliness to -
Maga- integrity
of the 1936 Olympics as Jesse Owens won his four gold
zine, the pet business other hu-
from
(mainly affection
medals for his country! Here was a beautiful example of pride

Will Our Black LegislatorBe not only himself,his race,butalso his country, America! than dogs)two, has grown to a more man beings than from dogs,
billion in our
There is no doubt that what you two greatly talented men dollar a year and it seems to me that

did took a tremendous amount of courage. What a shame business, with pet foods lead- present day of growning im-

Invited? could not turn that courage toward solving our problems you at ing the parade which includes morality, general dishonestyand

home toward medicinal aids, garments and lack of good human rela-
bringing about true pride for all of the peopleof '
in assessories. That figure is tions we find it more expe-
race wonderful
your our country and ,
A black man, Joe Kershaw, has beenelectedby the citizensof making America a slightly animal for
true United States. greater than the gross dient to turn to the
Dade to the State is well
County Legislature. Mr. Kershaw
national fear that
product of the 7.9 mil- affection. We have no
qualified to perform as a legislator. However many of the decisions Mrs. K. D. CliffordBE lion people of Ghana. the dog will belittle us or
which influence the construction of la ware made at: What has
caused this boom double-cross us.
social functions, such as the shindig reportedly thrown for all in the lessonto
pet industryAccording I believe there is a
Democratic nominees by Rep. E. C. Rowell in North Florida to Lawrence seemsto
It
Speigel, a con- be learned here.
recently. Mr. Kershaw was not invited. THANKFUL AND
HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING sultant in
the look
pet-food indus- me that we need to upon

try, it is a result of the fellowmen in a new light.
phenomenon our
Hopefully the Dade delegation will nottolerate the exclusionof
Thanksgiving Is something to be thankful
for. It is a cele- which each
he treating
calls "hu- We have been
Kershaw at social functions for
Rep. sponsored legislatorsof
brated day beginning back when the
pilgrims first
settled like
here manization. not
the State of Florida Mr.Kershaw received more than 160-, In America. One should always keep in mind The dog Is assuming other like dogs, but
Thanksgiving the humanization -
000 votes in a community with less than black role of a child in our pet dogs. This
60,000
registered Day, and its purpose.This is a day set aside to give thanks for the American family.Dr. of dogs and dehuminiza-
voters. many things: such as our daily food clothes
and many other Boris Levinson, a pro- tion of our fellowmen symbolizes -
means of security for ourselves and
our families. fessor of
Traditionally the social season in Tallahassee, the State Give thanks first of all before doing any other hiva of psychology at Yes- our way-out sense
thing in
Capitol, centers around the opening of the Legislature. Will and by doing this one can better understand life University, says, "per- values.Go .
mother
Rep. Kershaw be invited tp participate? Now when the Pilgrims first arrived here nature itself sonally, I find that dogs re- ahead Humanize your
they were ciprocate ,
re- affection remember
much if will
dog
more you ,
joiced at the large amount of food God had
prepared for than kind
We are happy to learn that the Dade delegation is solidly behind before they had arrived. So put on a smile and let them human beings do." we're not going to have the
I until
its fellow legislator, and will not support or attend any have a happy Thanksgiving Day. everybody would venture to say that of world we really want

social function where Mr. Kershaw Is excluded because of ra- humans show much less affection we discover that man's best:

to other human friend is Man who is createdin
cial discrimination. Mrs. Ginger Gene beings, ,
Guyton and therefore for affec- the image of God. j



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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, November 22, 1968 SP41LET5

Ml' Fir I sit| I" ifV" ,< IMIIOPPORTUNITY(

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" HY: Leo Adderly
Center Attonit "

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FINANCING A BUSINESSOne

seeking a business loan should a ware of the fact that 4i "
banks, as well as all other lending institutions, will want to : _
know something about the prospective borrower,and his business -
_
before approving a loan. In general,they seek to find out ,
whether the applicant is of good personal character and reliability -
; whether he has sound business ability; whether he has \
been successful in past business ventures; or has sufficient .14 *. a ,
knowledge of business methods to give promise of future suc-
cess; whether there is a reasonable need for the loan; and _
whether there is a reasonable probability of his repaying the :4
loan on time and in full.After you are certain that you can sell b
the lending institution the idea that you have the qualities dis-
cussed above, you should consider the type of loan requiredfor ? S
your business needs, and the loan resources available to '

supply them. ": .
Private and governmental resources can be tapped, by the
small businessman, for investment capital. Discussed below
are some of the various resources. Theyarenot all inclusiveof
available financial resources open to the small businessmin. \
And are only intended as a guide for one to measure his, own h
needs and requirements by.
On the government side of the ledger, the Small Business J
Administration and the Federal Housing Administration are )
financing aids.
The Smill Business Administration is authorized by Con- UNITE.J
gress to "purchase the obligations of and nuke loans to any
business enterprise." It provides a lending hand where the
financial assistance applied for is not otherwise available on
reasonable term SBA's policy allows it to give special con-
sideration to businesses in areas classified as having a "sub-
stantial labor surplus," and to minority group members in-
terested in starting business ventures. The SBA may make
loans directly to business enterprises, or in cooperation with THE TIME IS NOW
banks, or other lending institutions. When you are seeking a
loan, get in touch with a bank first. If it cannot or will not
mike the loan, and if no alternative private source is willing
to make the loan on satisfactory terms, then apply to the SBA. Crash Vocational Program Proposedto
It is important:: also, to note that as a nutter of policy, the
SBA emphasizes "participation" loans in which the agency
assumes, a part of a loan nude by a private lending institu-
tion. However, direct loans are made. In additionSBA offers Cut Dropout RateA
expert advise to the small businessman on managerial problems -
.
The Federal Housing Administration is another financial crash program to expand vocational training in Dade's dustry visitations, etc., beginning at the elementary level.
source for small business. FHA does not loan any money, how- junior and senior high schools to lower the dropout rate and ((8)) Improve the line of communication between school counselors -
ever. It assists and stimulates lending of money by private institutions provide jobs for minority-group: youths has been presented and industry by affording the counselors opportunity ..\
through the insurance of such lending agencies the University of Miami's Division of Continuing Education; to meet more often with representatives from industry.

>I;;<'irist loss. Loans under this program, like all other FHA In a report on a three-week summer vocational guidance ((9)) Provide opportunities for group guidance to become apart
loans, are made exclusively by private lending institutions.For institute for Dade's school guidance counselors held at the university of the school curriculum.
information on these loans, see your bank, or any other the institute participants this week presented a seven ((10)) Include, at all levels of instruction,non-verbaltests for
institution authorized by FHA to make such loans. page list of recommendations aimed at upgrading joborientation diagnostic purposes.
On the private side of the ledger, banks, insurance com- and training both in school and on the job. ((11)) Emphasize dress, punctuality, and responsible attitudes
panies, and finance companies are sources for loans. as major school-wide objectives.
Commercial banks are, perhaps, the best source of financing The recommendations call for greater involvement and cooperation ((12)) Assess the feasibility of issuing either varied or more
a small business in the private sector. Their share size am:jng Dade's school, industries and community ser- descriptive diplomas.
and ,variety of services available to the businessman make vice agencies to solve the increasing problem of the "hard- ((13)) Study some of the big city school systems (example;
them most attractive. They are able to make long-term loans core unemployable," m2.ny of whom are school dropouts or Cleveland, Detroit) where federal funds completely subsidizethe
arranged to fit the small businessman's specific circumstances. members of minority groups. vocational programs to determine the feasibility of adop-
A repayment plan may he set up to fit his earning capacity. In ting such a program in Miami. -
this way he may acquire needed assets and pay out of his earn- Thirty Dade junior and senior high vocational guidance counselors ((14)) Expand counseling at the elementary school level as soon
ings. Further, commercial ba nks have well-developed"Cor attended the special summer program which was spon- as possible.
respondent" relations with other banks. This makes it possi- sored by the Equal Opportunity Task Force of the Community ((15)) Appoint a full-time vocational counselor in each school.He .
ble for a bank, which is unable to make the full amount of the Relations Board and Plans for Progress, a national business- should emphasize local Industrial opportunities and pro-
loan one request to offer part or all of the loan to other banks. man's organization working on equal employment opportunity mote the status of non-college careers.
Insurance companies, also, make long-term loans. These projects. ((16)) Revise student promotional policies, grades 1-9, with
loans are, usually, made on commercial, industrial,and resi "The schools must unite with industry in developing better remedial and progress related courses being substituted for
dential properties. Generally, they are interested in larger oriented and qualified candidates," explained program coor- repetition of grades or courses.
loans and longer term;than most small businesses can justify, dinator Dr. Robert Allen, dean of UM's Continuing Education ((17)) Stress the need for total commitment to work at the
however. Therefore, Oils source of financing is not highly recommended Division. senior high school level to prepare graduates for both job and/
for the small businessman. or college success.
For short-term credit one might look to sales finance com- "We have a school program curricula too heavily; orientedin ((18)) Encourage pre-vocational programs at the junior high
panies, in addition to other established sources such as banks. favor of the college bound student when the bulk of the stu- school level.
These companies specialize in buying the installment accounts dents will not or. should not be directed," Dr. Allen continued (19)) Revitalize theVocationalCounciltoserveasa grass

receivables at a discount. To illustrate, you might be a retailcar roots link between business, the school and the community.
dealer. You sell car to a customer on installment terms. Recommendations For Dade ((20)) Place the school year on a 12-month schedule with quart-
The customer is required to sign an installment contract or erly graduations. Stagger the vacation period to prevent the
note. You selltheeontractornotetoa finance company which overloading of the job market at only one time of the year.
in terms receives the customer's installment payments on it. County SchoolsIt ((21)) Incorporate some of the reaction papers into handbookfor
Thus, you receive, immediately, cash for you installment use by teachers and counselors.
sales. is recommended that the Dade County School administra ((22)) Revitalize the function of the Credit Committee.

Before obtaining a business loan,the smart businessman tion: ((23) Insure that school counselors take greater part In cur-
seeks out the lending institutions available to him, and compares (1)) Carefully evaluate what is being subsidized(dropcuts are riculum and vocational planning at the school, district and
their interest rates and services with his needs and ability being paid to go to work and receive nothing if they remain in county levels.

to repay the loan. school). ((24)) institute an exchange plan by which business people
Listen to "Legal Services Presents' on the Tom Washington (2) Arrange pre-school meetings of counselors with per- come into classes for short periods of time as resource peo '
Show, WMBM, 1490 on your dial,'7 p.m.; and WKAT, 1360, sonnel from the EOPI program and the Florida State Employment pie The teachers would then visit the business to become more
on your dial, at 11:30 p.m. every Sunday.SUBSCRIPTION Service on an exchange basis if possible. familiar with its needs and practices. !
---.- ---- -- ((3)) Redefine the role of the counselor in light of the present ((25)) Employ many more male teachers at the elementary I
needs of the child. school level
especially in disadvantaged areas.
r------------------------- '1 (4)) Re-evaluate the success of comprehensive high schools
((26) Lower the age limits for the Neighborhood Youth Corpsto
ORDER I especially the vocational programs. 14 and expand the program.
(5)) Expand the work experience as soon as possible -
program
(27)) Expand the remedial basic skill class
f Miami i Times I II programs, reducing
size at all grade levels. .
6530 NW 15th Avenue I (6)) Establish outstanding vocational and technical training
(28)) Expand the staff and facilities in disadvantaged school
Miami, Florida 33M7 centers in each school district, utilizing present facilities areas.

Enclosed please find the 'sum of $5.00 I )whenever possible (29)) Improve the health services by having full-time nursein
I I (7)) Expand vocational interest experiences, field trips., in- each school.
to cover the cost of a one year subscription I '
I -- ---------- (30)) Expedite and increase psychological services to include :
I to the Miami Times j I MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE treatment as well as diagnosis. i\
(31)) Establish special facilities for severely maladjusted
Mall Paper To 1 MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY students. ,

I Address __ I APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. (32)) Limit school and shop material fees wherever possible. ,:I'i
II (33)) Institute a typing program in the junior high school for :
THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE. .
City tot., lIp: Code. _ _ I II credit.

Lrrrrr_______r_rrr_rrr_r. ti.J PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! (34)) Encourage the expansion of "project You."

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6 THE MIAMI -TIMES. Friday, November 22, 1968 ': t FALL FASHION SHOW TEA AND FASHION SHOYi

AND TEA The public is cordially invited
to attend
S our annual Greater Miami Temple769, and Fashion Show sponsored
t
1 of Elks IBPOEW is by The FrJendshipCharityanct
.::- }... Daughters Social ;;J
sponsoring a Fall Fashion Club on Sunday,Novem. '

BY CLARICE LITTLES ". a Show and Tea on Sunday, Nov. ber 24, from 4 toGp.matThe
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Miami Times Society Editor :/ 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Bonded James E. Scott Center 4901 ,t,
A Recreation Center, 4150 NW NW 7th Avenue

GIVE LAVISHLY! LIVE ABUNDANTLY! r 7th Avenue Donation; advance Mrs. Frankie Dunn is presl_ \f'
dent of the club. .
$1.00, at door $1.25. t

The more you give, the more you get . The more you - ---------------- ------------ i

laugh, the less you fret . The more you do unselfishly . t

The more you live abundantly, .The more of everything you The Public is Cordially Invited to an
share The more you'll always have to spare . The more I

you love, the more you'11 find. . That life is good and friendsare
Annual
kind. . For only what we give away . Enriches us from

day to day. f Calendar Tea

Helen steiner Rice -
AUTUMN TEA SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24,4 6 P. M.

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hopkins, Family of Sigma Omicron Alpha Chi from 4 to 6 p.m., at Primary Presented by St. Agnes Episcopal Church

the Year; Dr. Herbert Wey, Mrs. Georgia Jones, IBM, Inc. Phi Omega Invites you to its "C" School, 757 NW 66th St. Parish Hall, 1732 NW 3rd Court
and Garth Reeves who were the recipients of awards at the Autumn Tea benefit JESCA Day Mrs. Emily Ross is basi- \

Tenth Annual Equal Opportunity Day Dinner of the Greater MI- Car e Center, featuring some leus. Fr. Lambert Sands, Rector

ami Urban League. of the most musical talents of j

,Sigma Alpha Chapter, Zeta Chi Chapter and Kappa Gamma Miami in an afternoon of en

Chapter presented its Annual Achievement Week Program ind tertainment, Sunday, Nov 24, I
Banquet on Sunday, November 17, at the Casablanca Hotel. s

Among those receiving awards were Mrs. Georgia Lee Jones,

Citizen of the Year; Outstanding Service Awards, Rev. Edward n
SPECIAL
T. Graham, Dana D. Chapman, Ruth North Polite, Elizabeth

Jones, Clarence Patterson, Henry Ghernun and Charles ANNOUNCEMENTThe od
Woods. Congratulations! Sunlight Alumni Pro- c

Betty Williams and Joseph Williams were married Saturdayin gressive Club will meet at 0

St. Mark's Missionary Baptist Church. The bride is the Sunlight Beauty Culture Schoolon bD tx

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hezekiah Williams, 439 NW Ninth Monday, Nov. 25, at 1:30

Street. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.: James p.m. toformulate plansand

Williams, 1179 NW 60th Street. The couple will live in Miami. elect officers. All former

graduates of Sunlight or other //I. It I\\;: \ I
Soul singer Aretha Franklin made her Hawaiian debut in a cosmetologists are invited to :
wheel chair, her right foot beating time and her left propped
join. Pleae come out. 4' R
II up, swathed in a cast and draped with a leis. A sailboat cap- The Sunlight Alumni Pro- A/Y r'

sized while she was swimming at Waikiki, striking her knee. gressive Club is affiliated with tA
Doctors said the blow broke no bones but created a blood clot ENGAGEMENT
the Orange Blossom Cosmetologist -
in the Joint. Association.

Marion A. Delaney, Training Specialist, Region III, Atlanta ANNOUNCEMENT
Girl Scouts of the USA is visiting the Girl Scout Council of HonorsDr.
Mr. and Mrs. Prince E,
Tropical Florida this week.
Hepburn announce the engagement y
Richmond Heights Women's Club will have its annual book
King of their daughter, Wilma yc
review and Harvest Tea Sunday,at Richmond Heights Jr. High, Sharon, of 1821 NW 68th Ter- "
15015 SW 103rd Avenue. Judge Donald Wheeler Jones will give KINGSTON[ Jamaica's
race, to Mr. Jams I. Srieed,
the review at 4 p.m. Marcus Garvey Prize for human 4 1
Jr., son of Mr.and Mrs.James j
Alexander Grant, director of recruitment for VISTA is cur- rights has been awarded
I. Sueed, Sr., of Magnolia,Ala.
rently in Miami to interest college students in Joining the posthumously to Dr. Martin a
The bride-elect was gradu-
Luther King Jr.
program.
ated from Tuskegee Institute,
From Ramstein Air Base, Germany (Air Force) comes the The award was created by
i announcement of the promotion of William Hanna to Staff Sar- the government of Jamaica: as Tuskegee Alabama in June, r. .
1968. She is now working on FLt w
gent. William is the ,son of Mr. and Mrs.. William (Monica, ) part o(: its observance of the Ilet a.
her in
master's degree Gui-
'
Hanna. ourrenr/lnternatlonal of itc4j
year
$4"M
dance and Counseling (Student "
Mrs. Henry (Louvenia) Taylor motored to Jacksonville to human rights. The value of the _
Personnel Services)at Tuske- I a ;
visit her sister, Flossie McCoy who is ill. prize is $5,000 pounds ($14- ,
Institute She is also a
Houseguesting with Mand Mrs Thirlee (Beulah) Smith, 000)). gee
member of the Archonlan Club
Sr. is Dr. Garland Millet of Nashville.Dr. Millet is the editorof t ..
of Zeta Phi Beta 'e
The Message Magazine of the Inter-American Council of COAST GUARD'S Sorority. s P

Seventh-Day Adventists. In Miami attending the Publishers' NEW HOURS senior The future at bridegroom Institute is a :*4
Convention in Coral Gables. Dr. Millet is on leave from the Tuskegee ,
Coast Guard Recruiting announces where he is majoring in Ani-
Department of Education, Fiskv University where he was for-
new hours. The recruiting mal Science. He is a memberof
merly assistant to the president. :
office 103 NE 5thSt. Phi Beta /
Sigma FraternityandtheAssociation
Thelma Outler Jetted to Mississippi to attend the funeral of
Miami, announces that its of the
her sister.
doors will be opened Saturdays United States Army. ,
Here from Passaic, New Jersey for a fall vacation are Bea-
from !9) a.m. until 4 p.m. for interested There will be a December
trice WMtehead and Marie Moon They arehouseguesting with ' STYLED BY
applicants. wedding
Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Bradley, Robertand Ida Outler, Janie and
William Brown and Eugene and Lula Mae Odom. J 4II

On Sunday, two civic clubs, Los Amigos and The Royal Man 4 k t
sponsored a Fashion Show and Dance at the Continental Club. day and Friday, outdoor evening concerts at the Bayfront Band- :'f: The movers.

Mrs. Mattie Allen of Patricia's Inc. was presented an award shell under the baton of popular maestro Caesar LaMnaca. k

for outstanding services in the fashion world.Congratulations! Sgt. Ernest Washington the son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Williams Dacron polyester "

Carroll Williams, son of Herman and Myrtis Williams has Is now visiting his parents fromPuerto Rico,where he knit duo make the

returned home after a successful year with the Montreal Al- was stationed at Ramey Air Force Base. sceneanywhere.Skinny \

loetts (football). His lovely wife, Joyce and children are all Mr. E, V, Kemp and Mrs. Lester A. (Madeline) Kemp, of sheath and 3-D
smiles since his return. New York City are the 'houseguestsofEugeneE. and Bernice

Surprise for Maude Chandler when she found friends had D. Kemp, of 2340 NW 66th Street. Mr. E. V. Kemp was choir coat in grey/white,
gathered at Susie Lowerie's home for a dinner in honorof
party master at Ebenezer United Methodist Church andanagent for yellow/white. Sizes 5, up.
her birthday. the Afro-American Life Insurance Co., before moving to New

YOU'RE INVITED: York. He plans to visit with relatives in Key West and Made- $60.

St.Agnes EpiscopalChurch's Annual Calendar Tea,Sunday, line will visit with relatives in West Palm Beach before returning TEA & FASHION SHOW

Nov. 24, at the Parish Hall, 1732 NW 3rd Acout. The Friend- to New York. Sponsored by the

ship Charity and Social Club, Tea and Fashion Show, Sunday, FRIENDSHIP CHARITY & SOCIAL CLUB
Nov. 24, at the James E. Scott Center, 4901 NW 7th Avenue. -- ---- - ----- "' - O'WC Sunday, Nov. 24 from 4 to 6 p.m.

Get well wishes to Miss Ada Rolle at home. Friends of June CHINA VALLES ALAN ROCK James E. Scott Community Center
4901 NW 7th Avenue
Tew are happy to know that she's out of the hospital and is pr z Fashions By Lory'sDee

recuperating at home. We are happy to hear that the eye oper- PresentAN Dee Lawrence, Fashion Coordinator
ation of Mrs. Jerusha Hall, Willie Davis' momwas a success. EVENING WITH
She is in Valdosta with her daughter Lorene, RN.
Mrs. Lillie Hollis mother of Lillie P. Dorsett of the EOPI Florida Memorial College Veterans Ass'n

brought her great granddaughter Kit Anerill from N. Y. City NinaSimone Presents

to spend some time with her grandparents, Lillie and Winfred FASHION SHOW AND DANCE

Dorsett, of 3295 NW 43rd Terrace. Her parents Herman and Featuring the "Magnificent Seven"

Beverly are studying and hope to return to Miami during the T Elks Club, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

summer. SUNDAY, NOV. 24, 7 p.m. until???? 1.fft"J

Captain and Mr Henry Gabriel Jr.1I spent last weekend on Admission: Advance $1.25, At Door $1.50

the Island of Pink Pearls. Fashions by Lory'sDee

Editor Garth C. Reeves Sr., is representing the Greater Friday Dee Lawrence, Fashion Coordinator
Miami Chamber of Commerce this week at a meeting of the ,

National School Boards Association in Washington. The con- Nov. 29 Open 99IoR's
ference is on "Education and the Problem of the Hard-core
Unemployed."

Dr. and Mrs. W.A. Patterson,Jr.and children, Thomas and DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM

Pearl, have returned from a trip to West Germany where they 2901 West Flagler Street ) + L i\

visited. Army Lt.W.A. Patterson m, his wife and young daughter Show Time 8:30: p.m. rLORrs


Attorney and Mrs. Frank D. Reeves(Sonora)of Washington, Tickets $2.50 Mall ;Order$3.00 Tickets; $4.00; $5.00 FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!

D. C. were guests of Dr. Von D. Aizell Fort Lauderdalelast
week. Dade County Auditorium Box Office 6112 N' 1TH AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968 7


dine's Begins llth Hardcore Special .



r Employment Training- Program :

Burdine's has begun its llth 1f
I; "Hardcore Special Employ- If11 ':BI

!' ment Training Program," ; ;. ; ,
with ,a group of twelve train- > '

BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING ees. This program was estab-
lished to provide a number of
LINE-O-TYPE disadvantaged or hard-core YkLLb ;

persons with meaningful
TilE LITTLE RED BOOK: Florida Memorial College holds training and work experienceswhich
Dedication Ceremonies (for new Miami campus) on Friday will make them eligiblefor
November 29 -- an all-day affair chock-full' white and blue collar jobs
of campus and in-door activities.. Bahama with Burdine's South Florida
Islands looking for its'one-mllllonth- units.

tourist-in-68' by late November or early The Burd ine' special

December . "Computerized records of training program lasts for
the Ministry of Tourism,based on Immigration about three weeks, or accord-
tabulations, will select the special ing to individual progression,
guest" . Winner to get the VIP treatmentby and involves refresher studyin

Bahamas government. . Odds are being the basics:Math,Grammar,
laid 2 to 1 that City Manager Melvin Reese Reading, etc. Prior to becoming -
will hire a Westerner as police chief-- to replace a member of this program,
recently-deceased Miami.: ;; chieftain- Walter E. the Florida State Employment ......- Ut.CJ.: ..JIIIi kSJl ,... IK. "'" _...

Headley .And locals are pretty certain the top-cop spot will Service screens all applicantsand Charles B. Potter, vice president and personnel director of Burdine's

not go to either of the City's twodeserving assistant chiefs or gives them "world of discusses the "hardcore special employment training program" with a ,
group
majors -- each a top-notch police executive. work" orientation for two of new trainees. 9
,:
weeks. The purpose of the two
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Dining at Toby's: City court clerk week training with the Florida which achieves results and can ity. It is Interesting and some the community. The trainees ,
Herbert Munnings, LucretiaColeman-Eve,Inez Roberts,stan- State Employment Bureau is be a model to the business what disconcerting to find that themselves expressed their
ley Newbold, Dr Dazelle Simpson and kiddies, NewscoopersDave to help the enrollee evaluate community of South Florida! in all of the training groupsso feelings on the program and all ;
and Mayme Bondu, James L. Cherry lugging his double himself, decide "who he is, This past summer, Bur- far, trainee motivation is agreed that the Burdine's pro-
order of goodies homeward . What's this we hear about and where he is going" in to dine's employed more than 35 much greater among the gram is a rewarding experi-
Demo Legislator-elect Joe Lang Kershaw choosing this reporter day's world,as well as developa in its summer employment female hard core students. ence, one that will help themto
as his PR confidante when he occupies the Big Seat ? ? ? feeling of responsibility for program at a five figure, out- Mrs. Marion Plaisted,Bur- achieve a position in life
Look for Ernest Kemp,former Miamian and dad of Eugene and what is happening in his com- of-pocket expense. These dine's special training assis- that was not previously avail
Lester Kemp to return to Miami from New York City any plane munity. Thus, hopefully, he or youths otherwise would not tant in the "Hardcore Special able. They feel they are being
time, now. she will be motivated to become have had summer work. The Employment Training Pro- treated fairly and reasonably !
a regular Burdine associate trainees adapted to their jobsso gram," has proven to be popular because they have been told in r:
SALT WATER TAFFY: The Nassau Tribune and Bahamas who will be recognizedfor well, that over half of the with the trainees.They feel advance exactly what is expected -
government feuding over "freedom of the press' ? ? ? Dr good work and who will feel summer group continues to that she is easy to communi- of them and are kept informed -
Howard A. Hadley Jr (the med) an Army captain in Vietnam the pride and satisfaction of work for Burdine's in eithera cate with and is able to under- as to exactly where
. The Critics Speak:George Bourke( Miami Herald) -- "If accomplishment.This full time or part time capac stand their problems within they stand with Burdine's.BTJiRJDIlSTE .
the Beatles are slipping -- as some of their critics have been program, which directly -
saying -- the slip is upward. Capitol Records has announced meets the "nationalal-
"close to three million copies of'Hey Jude' have been sold liance of businessmen's" requirements -

since its release two months ago" . Walter Winchell (New is financed entirely -
York City) -- "Black militants get their names in the papers,. by the store itself.Fed-
but Negro soul singer James Brown's annual income is about eral funds are made availablefor r
3 million. this type of training pro-
gram, but Burdine's specific

I THE WEEK'S WASH: Urs Johnson-Hadley's nurse-recep- Interest in Civil Rights and
f tionist Annie Fussell will altar-trek-it with James Luther community poverty problemsled 'f' '
I at St Paul November 30 invites to the decision of sell-fi-
Pullen AME . Wedding are
k allready hot off the press for the December 21 merger of divorcee nancing this unusual training "
'-P and ex-cop Charles (CT) Thomas and Harriett Eliza- effort.
beth (Snookie) Rolle (her first) at Temple Baptist. A reception Immediately upon enroll-
t'c.. blast will follow at Bonded Rental Agency's community ment in the training program,
'., each trainee is added to the
hall . Dr James E. White (the molar extractor) robbed at
gun point by a bandit who entered his office last Friday fakinga payroll at the minimum rate,
but, after the initial basic
painful toothache.
training plus skills training is

completed, participants will
STUFF AND SUCH: Miami police sergeant Lury F. Bowen receive a rate of pay appro-
now working in plainclothes out of CIS. . And former police priate for the position on which
sergean t L. F. Duty(now a Lieutenant) has relinquished his permanent job training assignment -
"auto-wrecks cleanup"' detail to patrolman William Bernard is made Trainees

Jackson . That added pretty face you see smiling so sweetly then are given performance .
' behind the clerical desk at North's Travel Bureau belongsto reviews annually aDd are judg-

I MarieBrown who's'in training' for travelagents' tech- ed for promotion on productivity -
[ niques . Incidently, the John O. Browns (he's the ophtho- plus Important personal
mologist) celebrated their 12th year as Miami residents Mon- characteristics such as man-
day (Nov. 17)) -- and 25 years of wedded bliss this 1968. ners, courtesy to customersand 1

I fellow workers, appear- '
i SCRATCH MY BACK: Pioneer Miamian and real estater ance, ability to communicate, : 8
Henry (Moody ) Dean ill at Jackson Memorial . Frank as well as interest and enthu-
I Thompson to Christian Memorial for more tests and checkups siasm in the job.
. Fr and Mrs ElishaJulia) Clarke Jr (of Transfiguration The objectives J of this
) to West Palm Beach last Saturday tobury Mrs Clarke's "special" Burdine's programare
j
, uncle Lorenzo Kemp . But Julie's sister Louise Bradley : todeve lop basic attri-
I remains in Cedars of Lebanon mending after surgery . .. outes of employment readiness pre-holiday
Ada Farmer, visiting her hospitalized daughter Connie Benja- such as promptness, diligence
I mine in Chicago, returned home last Saturday only to plane etc., to reinforce the
back to Chi pronto after being Informed that her daughter was basics of reading, writing and
J, placed on the 'critical' list. arithmetic needed for initial

development employment of followed work skills by the by @[ [ W\LiWRJ@[3

SWEETS' TREATS: Florida Memorial College's advisory on the job training. To offera
board roster reads like a "who's who"among local, state and
flexible which
program
national figures -- all recognized white and black prominents.
allows each trainee to pro-
Which reminds us that that FMC board chairman Rev. EdwardT.
gress at his own pace, to pro-
Graham' is "a genius in ecclesiastical clothing" -- just
vide and
counseling follow-up .
great I I I Recommended: The chirping of those three lovely '
guidance to assist trainees to !
Priscilla Lumpkin and Linda . now strong
teenage larks -- Beverly Barley, deal with personal and job related ; going <
Parker of Opa-locka -- who call themselves The Chantels.
problems to create a
Big time stuff. Soft, melodious voices, poise and decorum, ,
source of manpower for Burdine's
artistic gyrations and plenty good looks.And lead singer Pris-
and hopefully, to establish
cilla Lumpkinis a dead ringer for Diana Ross of The Supremes
a training program Burdine'sfeast A chance
-- voice and all.CONFIDENTIALLY. Come help yourself to bargains
to get a head start on your gift shopping. An opportunity to r s.

YOURS: Dining at Rosedale: CharlesC. spruce up your home for the holidaysl! Come find fashionsfor

North, Pat Lynch City guard Emanuel M. Luckie bed- your family and yourself. And do use Burdine's instant ,

ded at Opa-locka General . Nina Simone at Dade County mydressmaker credit I to buy now, pay laterl Sorry no mail or phone.
audit November 29 . Add November Birthdays: Mrs Maude
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Prescod, 13...The Lawrence(carolyn)Townsend Sr's chris- # :
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tened their son Lawrence Jr at Mt Zion Baptist last Sabbath. ,

Godparents: Mary Woods and the James Johnsons (didn't we 6026 NW 7th.Annu. I
read somewhere that boys have 2 Godfathers 1 Godmotherand New Exclutlv' *
vice versa for girls?) . Don't be too, too surprised if Ready to W.or
and when Rose Dames(a gay divorcee) walk up that middle- Popular Prices all 7 stores open friday 'til l 9:30 p.m.
,
aisle with a young member of a pioneer Miami family . Better dresses mad. tomeasure.
That's it brother, from your one-man-newspaper, who knows Alterations fast
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968

Boy Scout Action Strengthens United FundSouth

Florida Council, Inc., appreciative of the Un i t e d and for the good of our entire
Boy Scouts of America, will Fund's efforts,.on our behalf community," said Hall. I
strengthen the .United Fund of i
Dade county's current drive
for funds according to Chuck JOIN THE IN-CROWD
Hall, Boy Scout Council Pres-
theMUSICANA
at
ident.
Atarecent the BARThe
Excutive Board voted to adopt
a United Fund of Dade County
PI
( ayers Choice)
-Boy Scout agreement, where Specializing in imported and domestic wines.
by the Boy Scouts move to reduce FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAYMR.
their Sustaining mem- Free hors d'oeuvres from 6 to 9

bership Dade United enrollment Fund increases while the its 500 NW 54th St.

1969 allocation to the Boy WALTERS PRESENTS
Scouts by $65,000, accordingto

The Hall.agreement, which cov- LIB-CITY
ers only 1969 was reached
after extensive discussions "t\\i.
HELD OVER
between committees of the
Dade United Fund and the Boy ''DRIVE-IN THEATRE i ,\\\ \)\\
Scouts. The Scout council also 'c
is supported by the Broward and
Monroe County funds, but the
agreement covers only Dade s
fund.During t tSSY PEROT jTORRONS
1969,theScoutCouncil's -
Sustaining Memberships h
will be limited to$10.00 each .
membership. Additional requirements r- PLUS

tation of Sustaining will limit Member-solici- ;:: : It is :

ships from prior Sustaining entirelypossible 1k LITTLEEDDIE
members, parents of boy k r
members, and adult Scout l
leaders.We i'
know that those fine to make _
citizens who support Scouting,

ty either United through Fund the or Dade Sustaining Coun- iI Io. excitationaway 3Ei''c'L' TAYLOR

Memberships, or both, will be S
delighted over this strengthingof (THE WORLD'S
our proud relationship with of life I !
the United Fund" said Hall. SMALLEST SINGING

Although our intent to pro i ,, MIDGET)
vide Scouting for RADICY H. METZGER">"""
every boy
who wants to join requires that Bands f
we still raise money on our 2
own, we are pie a sed and :
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t Dropout Wouldn't Quit; And Is Now :

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1 Police Officer :

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1A Dan Washington had what l :
Q seemed an impossible dream ; <,
V BY DAVE BONDU tAn .a- to become a Miami\ police
officer -- but this lad from the
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Central Negro District didn't

open note to those who have it in mind to to take a gun and know how to quit. Xr'
hold up some store or gas station. Somewhere along the line And last Friday, Nov. 15,
you guys are buying trouble and missing the boat. You go out that dream came true. Butnot

and hold up some poor hard working little tain, and you ain't after knocking down obstacle c

doing nothing, because that small store or gas station has a after obstacle in a long, four- .,

small take. What do you get for your trouble? Pennies! !11 I Pen- year struggle. \

nies . because that is all that mm: has . that is how he The 26-year-old Washington I
makes his living .onthepennies and nickels that are spentin was among 40 recruits
his place. Then you get excited and shoot the guy, and you graduated from the City of MIami -

are gone for pennies. Is your life and other lives worth no police academy. And
more than that to you? You are going to get caught sooner or probably two of the proudest

later . you are going to get from 15 years for armed rob- people who watched this cere-
bery or life in prison or the chair for murder, so why start mony were his parents, Mr.
something you will eventually have to finish that way? and Mrs. Dan Washington Sr.,
of 4501 NW Third Avenue.
I do not condone robbery, in any form, but if you are goingto
be that stupid, why not rob a bank or jome big place where It wasn't easy.Washington'sstory \ :
you can get thirty or forty thousand dollars. Then when you is that of a boy who wasa ,Zt"l

are caught,you will have been caught for something. Of course, high school drop-out, who . -- 1j
you will be caught. . and there you are in Jail with money. flunked his first try at the c ,
Even though you will not have to work, you will have no steaks, academy, went onto an illus- I. ituJr
trious two-years in the U. S,
no new cars, no broads or booze, no nothing . you go to bed ;:1
Army in which he was com-
lien someone else says so . .you eat when they bring it tom ,
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mended time and again and
. you get up when you are told, you work in the prison j
'actory for nothing. It's like a sleep in Job, only you get clothesa came back to try the police department It was a proud moment when Dan Washington was among lID recruits to H

( niform) food that someone else picks for you to eat, and a This success again.storybeganonone graduate from the Miami Police Academy Nov. 15. Washington, who now be-
great life in prison. It is Just the place you have always wantedto
of those crisp spring daysin comes a Miami police officer, is congratulated by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
be. You held up some poor slob who can hardly pay his billsto
keep the store or gas station open . or he wouldn't have Miami in 1964. Washingtonhad Dan Washington, of 4501 NW 3rd Avenue, while his son, 10-year-old Daniel,

been there working in the first place.. trying to support his gone through 15 grueling looks on as the lawman's wife pins on his badge. Miami-Metro Dept. of
weeks of the 16-week police
family. academy. Publicity and Tourism photo.
The difference in holding up a bank is that they have people
there with guns too. You at least give the suckers an even Then it happened! "I had was Washington's responsi- In a short 14 months,Wash- "This is aprofessionwhereyou
break. But let's with scuffled and struggled for almost bility to see that he and his men ington was promoted four can't become bored. It's
say you get away the bread.Now you have
the police, the FBI on your tail and they are like th e Royal 16 weeks." Then Wash- prevented enemy infiltration.Lt. grades -- up to Specialist 4th not one of those Jobs where you

Mounted . "They always get their man.' Now if you read ington recalled last week, Colonel Frederick Class -- no easy accomplishment. always do the same thing and
all of this "Just five days before gradu- Charron, commanding officerof that was one of my main motivations -
you might Just stop and think that it is not worth it,
ation -- and I was looking for- the Second Battalion 76th This past June, Washington .
and say "to hell with it." I dig fine looking clothes, broads, ,
ward to graduating -- I was Artillery, said of Washington: reapplied to the Miami police "There are a lot of young
booze
good snazzy cars, and the good living. . but most of
told I had an academic deficiency and entered the in the who
department
"His duty has required con- men community are
all . my freedom. I can go any place I choose .. get a Job "
stant attention detail academy for another crack at qualified. have the Interest
and to and They -
might even get married and have a family of my own. .
In simple terms, it meant that 16-week have the desire.
alertness. He has consistently course. They
Might even get lucky enough to own my own home one day. Get
Washington, who had droppedout He made It! But like I at time
perfor med his duties in a commendable was one ,
rid of that gun, fool, and get a life of your own. Don't give it
of Booker T. WashingtonHigh "I wanted to prove that if I they're a bit apprehensive and
manner.
to a friend, take it to the police department or to a pawnshop
two months before gradu- applied myself it could be accomplished lack self-confidence."
Washington also drew high
where it will be sold to someone who has to register it. Then
"
live the golden life. ating, would not pass. praise from Sgt. Major William and so, Washington Washington sat erect.
"I had to drop out of the pro- Jo nes, a tough.manto said, "I bettered myself "The r e'. f no. getting around,I
gram. I was like a kid look- fOol. Jones said Washington's through extra education." it," he l said: (
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK Rubina Chambers
: ing forward to Christmas. "personal appearance and In fact, he's presently "If you don't strive tobetter,'

"My first thought was to military bearing was:out studying crimimology at yourself, nothing's going to*"
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK Sam Mathis
: drop it. to forget all about it. standing." Miami-Dade Junior College. Jump into your lap." J
I was really discouraged. But
VIP OF THE WEEK Atty. Calvin Mapp
: then I thought of my career and
how tough it is in life
MOTHER OF THE WEEK Queen Marshall
:
"I had always; been interested You don't have to go to Canada anymore to get this legendary -
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Ma y m e made a trip to the in law enforcement --andI
hospital for a minor operation.She should be home as you read knew there'd be a tomorrow." Canadian whisky.But .

this . Earnest Hayes still at Christian Hospital but pro- How Washington shaped before you go out and buy it, there are two things you really
gressing nicely. Just might be home himself by the time you those tomorrows is the beautyof should know.

read this . Watch for announcement of a new club called this story. than other whiskies. Second
First, Crown Royal costs you more it
LaFin which is opening December 6 by yours truly and part- After he dropped out of the
ner, Yanka Mann. No rock and roll or go go, Just a nice place police academy, he worked at tastes better than other whiskies.
with a trip and some good entertainment with no table or cover various odd jobs. By day, he You spend a little. But you live a little.

charge . no admission, but a two-drink minimum . labored as a warehouse clerkin
Timmy Rogers a the Marco Polo. . Jeff Addams at the a fruit firm and as a porterin
007 1/2 of the Shelborne Hotel and Jack Prince at the Travelers two different automobile

Motel on 36th Street. dealerships. By night, he

The Miami Community Benevolent Association is sponsor- studied government at North- !

Ing a Chance Trip to Nassau & Dance Wednesday, Nov. 27, at western High School.
4343 NW 17th Avenue. They are selling tickets on the chancefor He Joined the U. S. Army in

$1.00 and the drawing will be held at 10 p.m. you do not May, 1966, with eight weeksof
have to be present to win the big trip, but you can enjoy the basic training at Fort Jack-

dance . Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Beta Beta Lambda son, South Carolina After
Chapter is arranging for their annual Thanksgiving Dinner for that, there was another eight

underprivilege Negro Youth for Thursday, Nov. 28 from 12:30to weeks of advanced training in
1:30 p.m. at the Brownsville EOPICenter.They plan to feed basic field artillery at Fort

75 youth a buffet style Thanksgiving Dinner with all the trim- Sill, Oklahoma.
mings. We do not know yet who the celebrities will be, but believe At night, when his buddies
me, there will be some there for the boys. We congratulate were relaxing and having fun in
these two fine organizations for the work they are doing town, the knowledge-hungry
among our children Officer Bob Ingraham is connected with Washington studied at the U.S.

the Benevolent Association, and Earl Allen is chairman of the 'Air Force Institute and earn-
dinner . Six year old Michael Pratt entertained friends last ed his G.E.D. (general educa-

Sunday for his birthday. The kids had a ball. tion development) certificate, r
Orange Blossom Classic is set for December 7.1 know all an equivalent of a high school

the "old Miamians" will have a grand homecoming . The I diploma H ; Vr

North-South Golf Tournament is being held February 18-22. During the next two years in -U ti
For all you gals and guys who have folks "up Nawth" who the Army, Washington was
come every year, tell them to get their vacations ready. We part of a crack maximum security -
already know of one entry who came earl y to register.I team guarding highly

THAT IS IT FOR THIS WEEK. TILL THE NEXT ONE . Important military installa-
LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN ?IC1 UTE OF IT. PEACE! tion in the demilitarized zone <
4.Jw
in Korea. ..
In a short eight months, he A
ACTION T.V. Sales & Service was promoted to commanderof Y

relief He not only held the
GUARANTEED TO RELIEVE YOU keys to the various buildingsIn

OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE this vital complex, but he

REPAIR ALL MAKES commanded a tough squad of 21

FOREIGN AND AMERICAN military police during his 12-
hour shift.
COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE Armed with a Colt .45 anda .

STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE 12 gauge shotgun and patrolling -
the heavily-fenced S&-lIlIram'Crown Royal.the purple sack Blended Canadian Whisky.80 Proof.
CALL NORECORDER:
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f Happening! BRENDA FocusBy JACKSON

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The Joseph Hopkins family of Brownsville, was chosen as
Family of the Year at the annual Urban League Banquet. Several -
ON THE SERIOUS SIDE H I of their children attended Northwestern and Dorsey Senior

High Schools. Donald left Northwestern in 10th grade enter
The other day I had privilege of talking to a very intelligent I Morehouse, he is now a doctor studying Africa Paulette is
and intellectual adult. It was a woman and I honestly feel a medical technician at Ml.Sinai.Those who graduated from
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that few men would think about certain the she 5 I
very things way Patricia Vivian Lenard and
Lly Dorsey are Ivan, Joseph.
did. However being a man accept the fact that you would un- I The chorus installation program was Wednesday night.The

doubtedly view any situation through a different spectrum and chorus presented an excellent program,and their first appear

see tnings ail together different. ance of the year. Tlie; numbers they performed were "Lilt
We were discussing the recent dispute over at the
wages the
Every Voice and Sing Down by Sparkling Fountain" and
Liberty City Drive-In Restaurant located on Fifteenth Avenue
others. Officers for the year are John Lumpkin, president,
and U remember the incident
Sixty-eighth Terrace.
you you
Myra Morgan, secretary and Charles Burroughs, business
know that before the white would his
owner(a man) pay employees I
(black women) a decent wage, he packed up and split, manager.
Friday, the Modern Dance Club, under the auspices of Mrs.
leaving about seven people out of jobs. The majority of these I
Lowery attended a dance workshop at Miami Springs
High
women had been working there at least ten years. After realiz-
School. The went to learn new choreographic patterns
I group and
the unfair deal these
ing they were getting, women organizeda r.\5
new dance exercise .
strike which Fm sorry to say everyone did not participate in, warmups.Although
I Mays defeated Northwestern Saturday the Bulls
making it a bit ineffective. This woman showed me how good it ,
played a real good game. Leading in the first half, the team
would have been for our people Uw 'dhad some black organi-
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was really hot. The Rams slipped through during the last
zation quarter -
of
capable moving right in, buying out whitey and most
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important of all keeping these waitresses with jobs. Unfortu- .. I and won a 26-19 victory.
----- Getting for each homeroom
- ready Thanksgiving is
nately we were not ready for that. What I mean is the older preparing -

generation is not prepared for these type emergencies.Don't Sod Stitw of e tic Wed I basket baskets will get for recognition.Facts the needy. 'The homeroom with the best ,'

you agree with me that an organization such as this
would have come In quite handy after the riot? Realizing this, This week our choice has a double reign. In additionto I about veneral disease, tore present at PTA meet-

we can see (that is the older generation can see) that they let being soul sister, Sammie Roberts, daughter of Mr. ing Monday. Dr. E. Shirley and others discussed the growing

down a lot of people. Miami was not ready for a riot or for and Mrs. Samuel Roberts of 1742 NW 91st Street, is problem of VD in Liberty City.
white businessmen to come into our communities and make the Homecoming Queen for the Miami Central Rockets. The Vocational Industrial Club is planning for the greatest

their money, which is literally living off the black man. At school Sam is a member of the GAA and FBLA. She talent show of the year, to be presented soon. Auditions are

This lady, who is considerably young; made it clear to me plans to attend Massey Junior College and major in now being made.:
that it is completely up to us the next generation, to be ready Business Administration. The Honor Society will award certificates to students with
for such emergencies. the highest scholastic average in each subject. This week is

Oh well, I guess every generation has its shortcomings.. r English week. The student will be recommended by their teach-
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Tonight is college information night. All seniors and their
The Rhoer Club which is sponsored by the Sigma Gamma
parents are asked to attend.
Rho Sorority will hold their fourth meeting Saturday at the Named To Who's Who
home of Mrs. Mable Barlow. The Bulls will travel to Key West Friday night to meet the
Key West Conchs.
Named in this year's national -
The Rhoer Club is an all girls service club. Its main pur- i listing of America's

pose is to serve the community through various projects and most outstanding universityand I "

activities. 6 t coil i e g e students is Da-

Among these: neese Wilcox, daughter of Mr. JACKSON

(1) Successful membership drive of twenty new members and Mrs. Calvin C. Wilcox of
(2)) Induction of new members. 15721 NW 18th Avenue, Opa-
Election of locka, is a senior at Spelman
(3) new officers for the year 68-69. JOTTINGSBy
(4)) Serving as ushers for Founder's Day program at Florida College, Atlanta, Georgia.
Memorial College. Daneese's name is includedin
(5)) Adoptative Family project. the 1968 edition of Who's By ARNETTA WILLIAMS
Who Among Students in
American Universities and
With all of this in mind, we can see that this year will be a
very productive one for the Rhoers. Colleges, a listing of the cam Mighty Generals did it again when they plucked the Mi-
pus leaders from more than ami Springs Hawks 21-0.
1,000 of the nation's institu-
ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE YOUNG tions of higher learning. Moses Moore tipped 14 yards giving Oscar Anderson an op-
portunity to sneak in a 28 yard and Larry Pye another
Unfortunately the Bill Cosby show with O.C.Smith was can- SOUL REUNION This directory carries only sweep
chance to exercise his legs. James McDuffie has all his fun
Records the names of students
celled last Sunday night. The two were scheduled appear at Tropical Big J whose
Promotions presents the fjrst academic standing service to after touchdowns with his famous 1 point kick.
Miami Beach Convention Hall at 8 p.m.We're hoping that their ,
duet will appear sooner or later. Two disappointments within annual Booker T. WashingtonSoul the community, leadership! in
The Girls Athletic Association (GAA) started track season
the last month.StepenwoU Reunion, at the fabulous extracurricular activities! and
Knight Beat, Friday, Nov. 22. future potential are decidedly this week. Being recognized as probably the largest senior

a five man psychedelic group,featuring the usual Coctall hour, jazz music 5-9. above average. high program in the county, officers are: President, Yvette

and the unusual drums and guitars will appear at Miami Bis show and dance 10 until. At Spelman, Daneese is ma- McKinny; Chiquita Sanford, vice president; Margaret Tillnvn,
Beach's Thee Image on Friday and Saturday night.Thee Imageis Admission $2.00 advance and joring in history and a minorin secretary; Patricia Birfield,treasurer and Patricia Blackmoi:

located on 183rd Street and Collins Avenue. It is open from early show. $2.50 after 9:00 secondary education.She is parliamentarian.MJHS .

eight p.m. until two a.m. tables free. Stop by and spend recording J secretary of the Cross-Country did their own thing to three other
some time with old classmatesand SSGA and has ranked schools last
No. 3 Saturday placing second to Miami Killian.The en-
For the event of the weekend and the ultimate in psychedelic friends. Sunday matinee among 16 j junior girls selected tire team qualified logo Clearwater for the state runoff Fri-
satisfaction, one must be at Miami Beach Convention Hall on 3 8 for young adults, sho'wand from 104 juniors and seniors day.
Sunday evening. The Jimi Hendrix Experience will do their dance admission 150. .

thing starting at seven thirty. Jimi is a soul brother with a ... The third issue of MJHS newspaper went on sale Friday.
white base guitarist and drummer. ..Belive. me, this is a bad - Jackson's threepubliciationThe> Globe, Yearbook and

trio, and quoting some of the top pop magazines, the best. cpa C Chrysalis staffs attended the Florida Scholastic P/ess Association
. . . . . . . I a t Miami Coral Park Senior High.Yearbooks are stillon

sale and will be until
Thanksgiving Day.
AT THE SPORTS SCENE: i fNEM :

The Miami Northwestern Bulls motor down to Key West The Marching 100's participated in the University of Mi
c ctocc+c ami's Homecoming Parade in Coral Gables featuring Color
Friday evening accommodate them for their annual football ,
meeting. The Bulls are chartering an extra bus and taking the 'FREE E I Guard members Marsha Rolle, Delores Webster, Elaine De-

soul along with them. B __MIIkll_ laney, Karen McCray, Callie Moss, Eleanor Curry, Wendie
I 1 Williams, Theda James,Anna Williams, Rhoda Sands,Cassan-
After beating Miami Springs, 25-0, the Jackson Generalswill BUY 2 BRANDED dra Rolle, Alpha Lanuez and Swingette members Beverly

meet the Cur ley High Knights this weekend. you there. I NEBfl U.S. CHOICE c, Parks, Joyce Pollock, Michelle Johnson, Victoria Render,

Linda Snow, Sheila Bethel, Janice Johnson, Betty Brooks,
For Homecoming the Miami Central Rockets host their arch I ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES Elaine Oliver, Betty Jackson and Cheryl Sims
rival the Miami Norland 1 Vikings Friday night at MDJC OR 2 BRANDED I
Stadium. It oughta be a real good'n. Soul sister Sammie
Roberts is Miami Central Homecoming queen for the year | NEBfl VIRGINIA HAM SANDWICHES AND

1968-69. Baby, that is Black Power.And to top all of this, her ABSOLUTELY FREE GET1 I FOR SALE EVA'S MASSAGE

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Foundation Gives $1.5 I florida Memorial College Dedication Nov. 29 I j jA

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Million To Advance BlacksNEW .. .
1 full day of activity dedi- youth for thirty-five years Dr. Royal W. Puryear,College
cating the buildings and I particularly in the field of I president, and Reverend
YORK. The Ford Specialty Contractors Association grounds of the new Florida higher education. Edward T. Graham chair-
Foundation this week announced of Oakland, composedby Memorial College will com- Born in Magnolia, Arkansas man of the Board of Trustees,
grants totaling more than sixty minority contractors; mence Friday, November 29, : Dr. Curry's,, first will lead' the processions,
$1.5 million to assist the ad- and large white contractors in at 9 a.m. with a meeting of the teaching position was in the ., , ,. greet. ,. ( Church leaders and
vancement of Negroes and Alameda County. Board of Directors of the Bap- State of Florida at Jackson- also the national college
other minority-group mem- "Although other programs tist General State Conventionof ville, where he was an Instructor alumni association.
bers at all employment levels: have been attempted to up- Florida and the National and then chairman of thee +r. str+ '" i ia
unskilled, craftsmen, profes- grade minority craftsmen, no Alumni I Association for th Department of Mathematics at HOUSE OF 1 SEAS
sionals, and entrepreneurs.They other project has been so College. Edward Waters College.
include: closely tied to both contrac- The religious nature of the He acquired his A.B.degree 4409 NW 7th Avenue
tors andunions"saidMitchell day's program will include do- Morehouse CollegeAt-
-- $110,000 to Miami Florida
Project ,
Upgrade
in Oakland Sviridoff, a Foundationvice nations day rallies which will lanta, Georgia, and his M.A. a
Calif.
a
president,1 hav be sponsored by three
breakthrough for Negroes: woe degree at Atlanta Universityand
craftsmenwith
long been in construction, but men's auxiliaries involving Creighton University. He
previous construction the majority have had non- the Women's Missionary attended divinity school at the .
perience who
will
now have an union jobs. Full admission to and Educational I Conven- University of Chicago and acquired -
to attain
opportunity the well- the craft unions represents to tion, and the Progressive Bap- honorary doctorates in DR. M. K. CURRY, JR.
paid journeyman status. black workers the best in the tist State Convention. Presidents divinity and letters from the Dade County officials and The Unique

-- $317,066 to the Manpower job market and acceptance in for each of these groups Oklahoma School of Religionand officials of the municipalitieswill Boutique
an area w her e- opportunitiesfor will be present and they are Morehouse College.The also be
Assistance Project j a non- present along with
profit consulting center that them have been limited.In Dr. Susie C. Holley, Mrs.Anne significance of the dedi- religious leaders and the Exotic Perfumes
will train administrators and this program, all participants Brigham and Mrs. Hannah B. cation services and ceremonyis Archbishop of Catholic Afro-Asian Fashions
otherwise expedite the com- will benefit: the minority Miller, that this will be the first rjinrese, Coleman F. Carroll.
prehensive local workers, who will achieve full Three other Florida State time the college will have its
manpower status as union journeymenand religious organizations will doors open to the public, and -
programs now being developed
throughout the financial rewards; the have their representatives this will be the first time that
country. contractors, who will be able present including ministers of six State religious bodies will
-- $144,000 to the United to give concrete evidence of' predominantly Baptist have official meetings at the Call
Planning Organization, of their compliance with Federal Churches throughout the state. school site.
Washington, D.C.,for trainingthe e q u a employment regula- Heading these organizations, CHARLESROGERS
hard-core unemployed for tions; and the unions,who have who will take active part in the
jobs in the roofing businessand been seeking a systematic ceremonies are: Rev. J.A. F. -$10--
in beauty-shop work. method of bringing minority Finlayson, president, Baptist r4
workers into their organizations General State Convention; Dr. WILL
-- $175,000 to Jobs Clearing BUY AN
House, Inc., to expand its while preserving their J. C. Sams, president, the ELECTRIC PORTABLE k : AT PL 1-7502
traditional standards of Progressive Baptist State
services to industrial firmsin
SEWING MACHINE ON A
the Greater Boston area craftsmanship." Convention, and Dr. A.H. FOR A GOOD BUY

that are committed to upgrading Commenting on the an- Parker, president, Mis- Reconditioned by ExpertsFor PIANO, ORt M4, SCOTT
under-employed Negro nouncement, C. J. Haggerty, sionary and Educational State STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
workers. president of the Building and Convention. INSTi UMENTS.
Construction Trades Department The dedicatory convocationwill
-- $65,000 to The Real Great AFL-CIO said at 2 with
: "We commence p.m. .
Society, Inc., an organizationwith heartily endorse the intent and an academic procession .an.. ueI
its genesis street gangson of around the
purpose Project Upgrade, college buildings
New Yo r k's Lower East and and the
congratulate the various guest speaker for the
Side working to combat poverty organizations for their joint occasion will be Dr. M. K.

and juvenile delinquency, effort in making this opportunity Curry, Jr., president of
for a project aimed at providing available to minority Bishop College, Dallas, free home Demonstration
both jobs and recreational craftsmen. It is another indi- Texas.
in East Harlem. CALL: 621-1261
space cation of the degree of cooperation Dr. Curry hasbeenthe

-- $290,000 grantadministered which we are giving 1 president of Bishop College ABBEY-DOMESTIC
by the Potomac Institute of those interested in bringing since 1952, and he has been SEWING CENTER

to assist local urban coalitions more ,minority persons into both a pioneer in, upgrading < 15982 NW 27th Avenue .
in their efforts to stimulate our industry at all levels." education activity for Negro

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MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE Pepper Thinks Powell Might Be Seated 1

MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
APPRECIATE Fla. Rep. Claude Pepper, him last time, then the House when Congress adjourned last
DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. who led the House fight to ex- might vote differently." month. The 91st Congress
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.IPLEASE clude Adam Clayton Powell in Powell still may facea fightin convenes Jan. 3, and anyone .
f, PATRONIZE THEM! 196 thinks that the fiery New the House of Representatives of the 435 members of the new
-_---------r---------- Yorker might get a favorable over his right to returnto House could object to seat-
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vote in the next session.
the seat he.was denied last ing Powell,thus paving the way
DRY "It depends on the attitude year, even though he won reelection for another vote on the issue.
CLEANING AND LAUNDRY with which he is coming back," handily as usual in his The House membership was
All Kinds of Help Nudtd At One Pepper said.U he came back Harlem constituency Nov. 5. left largely unchanged by the
with a different mood, a different Technically, Powell was excluded last election.
SPOTTERS, PRESSERS, INSPECTORS
attitude toward the only from sitting in the Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D.
COUNTER HELP, ROUTE MEN, SHIRT GIRLS, House than when we voted on 90th Congress, which ended Mich.), a Negro, said he
thought "Adam is at last home
WASH MEN, MARKERS, FLAT IRON WORKERS. "
Indicated that
free He
Tip salary) food.,rung; condition with kings',",fits. Speaker John W. McCormackand ADAM CLAYTON POWELL i .
House Democratic Leader -
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CALL 446-0797 Carl Albert had told him
DADE COUNTY LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS ASSOCIATION they favored seating Powell. ''j'jCLAUDE

One of Pow e 11's lawyers,
William Kuns tier of New York,
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& FURNITURE E emotionally or
pi1r c politically. This Is his decision
\J to make."
Call-888-6011-or 379-0900 Powell says he Intends to
present himself for seating in
PHONE BETWEEN 7 a.m. & |10 p.m. January. He is ready to accept
If highly mtdkoftd to h lp t vord
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY the fact that his 22 yearsof
dhoirgr wffi and giv you
Sundays Included I seniority is lost and that he
will be rated as a freshman in
F&M TV 425 E 9th St. I'fpf yoyr (4v<>rH btooty idlont Congress
drug Of ', 1 ."'. The House excluded him
PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALLA / after a special investigating
c committee accused him of
STEREO YOU NEVER HEARDA Temple Add misusing funds under his control :I
as chairman of the House
STEREO
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MINISTERS LAYMEN BMIMIUIIBIimijnilllllllllllU tlnmmmnmml lUIlIUIIIIIUJUlllWuwuwUJIU11IUlllmm mntmmmnllmmntnaiI
The Grand United Order of =
:
Carver Pall Bearers Lodge No.81 will VOTER REGISTRATION
hold Thanksgiving service at
Ranches the Fire Department, West COMMITTEEThe I FRIENDLY FORD
Hollywood on 44th Avenue and Membership Committee -
21st St., from 11 a.m. to 12 of the Ministers Laymen
News | noon,Nov. 28.Rev.B.L.Mack Voter Registration Committee
Wolter Bov.-. the chaplain will be the speaker. met last Saturday and Mr.Ja- i .2198 N.E. 163rd
6/ Everyone is invited.All members phus Fincher was appointed Street
please be on time.A. chairman. Members of the -
The Ladies Auxiliary Post O. Henderson,president; committee are Rev. o. W.
#8195, will hold its regular Corine Anderson, financial West, Mrs. Miry Johnson,
meeting Sunday, Nov. 24, at 5 secretary; Ella L. Redd, recording Mrs. James Britt, Mrs Inez i Announces TneAppointment ,
p.m All officers and membersare secretary and Rev.B. Wilcox, Mr. LeoSchlossRev.
asked to be present,at the L. Mack, chaplain. P. Freeman, Mr. C.Detories, :: F.
post home on Pembroke Rd. and Mrs. Tripp. ., _
Mrs. Addle James, president Our goal for '69 is set for
MrS Ruth Scott, secretary. Give to $500 members. You too can I of
Don't forget our Friday and become a member of this organization -
Saturday night Fish Fryat the- yourUnited for a fee of from I
post home,the public is Invitedto $1.00 to 500. If you are interested -
attend.neighboring VFW you can mill your I
posts are invited also. Come $1.00 to 1328 NW 3rd Avenue
and have an evening of fun, Rev. T. Johnson is president. I Hollering
Fund I II
music,and games. Your letter will be returned
with your membership card.

f I i I HORACE BURKESAs I IE

The Mini-Brute presents I

the short payment book. R

Sales Representive, I


To Their Staff. Personally See, I

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Or Call Him for All Your New
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2 door Sedan = =
$249 $49'11Per
Down Mo. for 36 Months

BUick'S new Opel Kadett 2-dr. sedan.
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: HAPPY THANKSGIVING

, From Freddy

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SAUSAGE LB. BIG 46 oz. DRINKS
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Long Black SchoonerIs


Story of Slaves

Linds1eyLttmber
Who Rebelled


The AMISTAD Case repre- '"
sents a rather small incident, A
Involving only a halfhundredblack .F OVER 53 VARIETIES
people determined to resist 1
; and a handful of whites IN PRICES AND
determined that their res is-
tance--for our time and theirs r \ "TROPICANA" WOOD PATTERNS
to Walt Whitman's
-words testifies: LAUAN IN OUR PANELING

"Of Equality -- As If it D PREFINISHED DEPARTMENT!
harm'd me, giving others the II GENUINE
same chances and rights as r PHILIPPINE
myself -- As it it were not indispensable MAHOGANY

to my own rights 8-FOOT , VINyL PANELS Fo T 661
SHIELD
that others possess the 11 BEAUTIFULLY

same." FACTORY FINISHED: In
from the introduction by Mrs. GORGEOUS GRAINING 4'A WALNUT st+.e0 PAIIILi

Sterne. in Cuba, who, under the lead-

"The Long Black Schooner"is ership of the African, Cinque,
the story, based on newspaper seized the ship,and headed towards I / 1 1
records and court testi- A f r 1 c a. But they were I I I

mony, of the voyage of the unable to navigate at night, .
Amistad in 1839. It is a storyof since tne position of the stars ,
north of the equator is differ-
special significance today,
when history books are being ent from that south of the

rewritten to give fuller, equator. They were betrayedby
more accurate telling to the their captured white helms-
contributions and heritage of men into landing in the United
the AfroAmerican.The States. There, they underwenta
long struggle to win their
contradiction betweenthis
freedom through the courts,
nation's dedication to liberty
and, aided by the oratory of
and its deter minaton in
'
John Quincey Adams, finally
1839, to cling to slavery,gave succeeded. Cinque and his fel-
rise to the Intolerable tensionsthat low Africans were declared
eventually tore the coun- free
men in pre-Civil War
try in half. The historical sig-
America, and were allowed to
nificance of the Amistad case return to their homeland.Mrs. MASONRY PAINT i FLAT WALL PAINT
was that it occured twenty
is
Sterne a woman of
before the Civil War ata Q
years immense talent and passion. 8lla
time when the laws and the t
She is the author of over a a c WASHABLE
courts of this still VINYL
country score of books, most of which o aa DRIPLESS
supported the slave owners LASTING
are based on socially signifi-
and reckoned slaves BEAUTY NO
as pro- :
cant historical incidents from
perty. every ace. It is with great STUCCO ODOR
"The Long Black Schooner"is pride that Follett brings back CEMENT ONE
the story of a boatload of Negro "The Long Black Schooner"to 11 BLOCK COAT

captives,. "bound'- .,.. for- slavery. today's young people. BRICK COVERS /
ONE DRIES IN

COAT MINUTESCOVERS

Opportunity For WomenTen !


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MIAMI-DADE STORES

MUFFLERSCUSTOM Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Lindsley.RBC

3505 N.W.79th Street-Ph.696-2810 1635 N.W.28th St.-Ph. 6354511 Stores alsolocated
NW. 7th Ave.& 127th St. _Ph. 681-7471 2160 S.W. 27th Ave.-Ph.443-7432
DUALS I N W. 27th Ave. at 179th St._Ph. 621-0544) 812 S.W. 12th Ave -Ph. 374-5108
14300 N W.27th Ave.-Ph.688.6523 401 N.[. 167thSt.-Ph 949-3537 in:
8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIALEAH: 1295 W.49th St.-Ph.821-2150
West ((2 Starts)
4300 Ponce de Leon:" Ph 443.7461 PERRINE: S. Dixie Hwy.Ph..238-5535 Key
1 0V 496 N.E. 79th St. _Ph 7574571S. HOMESTEAD 632 Washington Ave.-Ph.247-6813 IslamoradaTravernitr
Dixie &Ludlam Road-Ph.661.1672 MIAMI STORES BELOW. CLOSED SUNDAYS
5891 S. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.661.5361 .
660 N.E.96th St.Ph. 759-2431 Fort Pierce
CARS 3817 N.W. 17th Ave. -Ph.6334218BROWARD 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph. 97-4711
0 All Cocoa
COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach
W. HOLLYWOOD 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989.6850 FT. LAUDERDALE:219 N W. 1st Ave.-Ph. 522-7411 Tampa ((5 Stores)
tnstalfecl HOLLYWOOD N.21 Ave. -Ph. 922-5624 POMPANO BEACH: 142 S.W. lot Ave.-.9420900FT. )
OAKLAND PARK: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd. -Ph. 565-6761 lDUOE L 3rd Ave Ph. 522-2572 Largo
RDALE0OTDAE
FT. LAUDERDALE:2900 W.Broward Blvd.-Ph.581.3900 *(FT CLOSED SUNDAY) Pinellot Park
s EXPORT DIVISIONS ROOF TRUSS PLANT St. Petersburg

MIAMI: 1635 N.W.28th St-Ph.6334)103) MIAMI: 14300 N.W.21tb Ave.688-0553
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FOMERLY SAMPSON'S MARKET
. I 1466 N.W. 62 ST.

_ .,_ PHONE 6913931FREE
IS** ? *,.\t iK54HBBiiv.,J._ __ JI1U.S
DELIVERY
FRONT ROW(L-R)WONSO L.STORR,SR.,PRESIDENT;JUANITA E.STORR,
DIRECTOR; FELDMAN REDDICK, SECRETARY-TREASURER; JANET MOORE, QUALITY MEATFRESH
SECRETARY TO PRESIDENT.TOP ROW(L-R)BESSIE M. FISHER, ASS'T MAN
AGER;ISAAC C.WASHINGTONHEAD BUTCHER;BETTY JACKSON,HEAD CASH PRODUCETop
IER, BETTY BELL, ASS'T BUTCHER. NOT SHOWN:MRS.SHIRLEY REDDICK,
MEMBER OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

Grade A Value
WE GIVE Stamps:

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TRAVELER'S EXPRESSMONEYORDERSSOLDHERE



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JIFFY CORNMUFFIN

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MEATY TURNIP GREENSSUNSHINE
NECK BONES 6LBS
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END CUTPORK COLLARDS 303

CHOPS 2 LBS MUSTARDS
BRISKETSTEW 303 CAN

BEEF 2 LBS A.G. 303 CAN

BLACKEYE PEASSHIRLEY

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TURKEY MEATY NECK 5 LBS 3ITI CAKE 2 ;gpNg; 99*


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968 23 t


I How Do You Deal With White Racism? I 1


The Workshop participants devoted a great deal of timeto Florida
Regional Conference resolve to seek the
enforcement themselves. Both black and white violence was condemned. -
the Kerner
a question posed by Commission Report, of
housing and zoning codes in Black areas with enforcement .
Deal with White Racism "
Do You ?
"How
of Open Housing laws; and blockbusting by individual It was agreed that at present the United States is a polarized
There were searching questions put to Whites by Black
real eastate agents and realtors nuke information but that this could If
; society, tear the country apart
what Intended
as to they to do when
paticipants they
returned available
to,black people about housing available in is
One of the first it to continue. Some black participants felt that ultimately
home. recommendations
was that the suburbs.Black people should able to make their,own
wish
have they a completely separate black state, but
every community! a strong Police-Community Rela- decisions with regard to the location of low and middle other black participants saw this as unrealistic.
tions setup; that all personnel have training inhuman relations Income housing. More rigid enforcement of fair housing
; that personnel be better paid;that there be a checkon laws was strongly recommended.
in a ghetto situation so that those BLACK-WHITE COOPERATIONMost
officers who obviously Federal
poverty programs should be planned,administered
do not fit can be transferred to other areas. pay police and controlled by the people who will use them. agreed on the need for black-white cooperation,
more and you get police who can utilize human relations More Dialogue was suggested on all levels between the but on the basis of equality of cooperation rather than
training, seemed to be the concensus. "Law and Order' black community and the police, school boards and city having white liberals predetermine what was good for
was regarded as a trigger phrase which had little mean- administration. This should be continuous and not simplyon blacks. The generation gap was very evident both among
Ing in terms of real respect for the law. a crisis basis. black and white youth and adult participants. Tense sessions
Education received much attention. The emphasis here Black business and financial control of the black com brought this out with adults asserting that too little
was on textbooks and curriculum. Black history should be munity by black people was demanded. Black community credit was being given by youth to all the sacrifices madein
included In schools from the elementary! school on up. control was demanded by black participants This may laying the groundwork for the present. On the other
Human relations should be an essential of the curriculum. require a change in political structure. If necessary, a hand, youth felt that no appreciable changes had taken
Teachers in ghetto or slum areas should have special third party might be formed to focus attention upon black place until the riots and demonstrations had taken place.
training. Teacher training should be revised so that middle needs. Youth sometimes cannot talk with their own parents, but
class teachers can teach in the inner-city without Imposingtheir can talk to other parents. Youth present the final word"
own sense of values. MORE DIALOGUE NEEDED from parents and rebels. parents should willing to accept
equal dialogue with youth in home and community.
STUDENTS WANT VOICE More dialogue between the black and white community The Federal government was asked to hire black
Is needed. Blacks must establish their own identity. In a youth in counseling positions in 4-H Camps and that black
Students insisted on a much more important voice in the sense, black Identity must come first. Integration maybe youth should be given the opportunity to be elected to offices
shaping of the curriculum; in the administration of the a second step after black identity is firmly established. of 4-H Clubs; Future Farmers of America; Future
schools; in PTA's (the parent-Teacher Student Associa- Black participants felt strongly that the focus on equal Homemakers of America.Present standards seem topre-
tion or PTSA) and some wished a voice on the Board of rights for blacks should be primary; that other minority elude this. Many black youth have dropped out since integration
Education. groups must be helped but that the focus should be on of these activities.
Emphasis was placed on libraries representing all mi- blacks.
nority groups in their selection of books and that their Attention was centered too on whether black people were YOUTH WANT REPRESENTATIONThe
facilities be more available to all residents of the inner worse off today than before civil rights legislation.It was youth recommended that youth from all areas of our
city.News agreed that physically and materially the black middle social structure be delegates to the White House Confer
media came in for constructive criticism with the class had moved closer to the white middle class in housing ence on Children and Youth of 1970, with the recommenda-.
request that they try to give accurate reflection of whatis employment and education, but that the lower Income tion that funds should be made available to those In financial -
happening in race relations. The use of abuse of news black situation had net Improved,but may in fact, be wors- need, so the y may attend. Equal representationof
media in rioting situations was discussed with emphasison ening. The possibility of a violent reaction to a repres- all levels of society including youth, should be made
the view that news media sometimes encourages riot sive administration was regarded as practically a cer- possible in this way.A .
situations. tainty. plan wa s made that black power b e regarded as a
Youth had their say.Agreement was unanimous that vot- The concept of the government as the employer as the legitimate way for black people to enter into American
ing age be lowered to age 18 with youth actively trying to last resort was recommended.The fixed minimum Income pluralistic society. This, rather than regarding black
effect change through political means. Youth wished a suggested In the Kerner Commission Report was recommended power as violent, was recommended.
more effective voice on all levels social,economic and as an alternative to the present piecemeal welfare Arming by whites tends to precipitate violence with an
political life. system. equal reaction from blacks.
The church and synagogue was subject of much discus- Black power, as a means of full participation of black Dr. Turner, American Association of Psychiatry said
sion by youth. It was agreed that much of religious life power rather than asa concept of riotingand violence was that he would recommend that more encouragement of
was irrelevant and did not apply to the solution and major stressed. Violence was denounced by some black partici- black psychiatrists who would fully understand the problems
problems, such as white racism. pants although it was pointed out the whites were armingEMERSON of a repressed people.

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968.

OUR THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe FRANCISEnos

family of the late Livingston known as

I : CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS i family of the late JAMES H. REDDICK, SR .of330-ANW4thAve..
SR.
SHERMAN G. GAINEY,
take this method to thank their died Nov. 14, at his home. He
wishes to extend thanksto
grateful friends whoweresokindand
many Is survived by his wife Char-
everyone for their expres in their sad
-"-- thoughtful lotte; three daughters Mozella

IN MEMORIIAM\ IN MEMORIAMIn sions of sympathy cards,letters hours of bereavement. Williams, Ruby and Catherine;
OUR THANKS fioiai contributions
telegrams -
The Rev.
these are
I Among : two sons Alvin and Wilford;

In loving of sad and loving memory of food, etc.--during our Edward T. Graham, for his two sisters Prudence Lewis
memory "Life is a journey so we are bereavement. Special thanksTo
wordsin
our dear mother, and grand- prayers and consoling and Evelyn Gates; 13 grandchildren -
mother, told, Rev Aaron D.Hall and the the home and at the service; two great grand-
;
For some long . for of Ebenezer
congregation the members of Mt. ZionBap- children. Services will beheld
LOVENIA BETHELwho others briefA United Methodist Church
tist Church the entire familyof
; Saturday, at 3 p.m. In the
journey on which we all find Funeral Home
departed this life Nov. 18, Range Lily Holmes, Orchard Villa and chapel.
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9 I k 1951. joy White Lodge 192 and participants Floral Heights Elemantary

Jerusalem the golden, Mingled with sadness and Schools; the kind and thoughtful HOUSE OF ALBERT
grief. . Kiota Belton
Daughter neighbors the nurses of
With milk and honey blest, ;
The family of the late and Services for Willie Gaines
Beneath thy contemplation, South Miami Hospital; to all
of 6301 SW 60th Ave. were
LOUISE GEORGE The ,
Sink heart and voice opprest. Gainey Family who came, called,and sent ex-
found truth in these words of held Saturday In the Perrine
I know not, 0 I know not pressions of sympathy in do-
Helen Barnes He is survived by his
during our chapel.
What joys await me there, OUR THANKSThe nations, cards,telegrams,and
of bereavement but the Alberta two Willie
period wife ; sons ,
What radiancy of glory, family of the late florals, which helped us to
sadness and grief were Jr. and George; one daughter
What bliss beyond compare. carryon in prayers;those who
MRS. NORA LEE THOMAS
softened the kind two sisters
by many Rosa L. Taylor;
her soul rest in served sosolemlyashisbearers -
May peace wish
to express thanks for the
words and deeds of friends.We and seven grandchildren.
A and light perpetual shine and the Range Funeral
may .. take'___' this,n__ nn method__ to__publicly floral pieces, telegrams, ;
VERDELL DEAN MARTIN upon ner. thank each of you. We cards, foods and sympathy Home. Services for Mrs. Carolyn
We further wish to
who departed this life Nov.26, wish sincerely that we could from all.Special. expressour Perkins of 675 NW 17th St.,
Geraldine humble appreciation for.
1967. Wright thank each person who sharedour thanks to the Range were held Saturday at the
Clarke the warmth efficiency and sin
Margaret -
Gone, but not forgotten. sorrow in even the small Funeral Home for the services Church of God of Prophecy.
James Bethel cerity of all services render-
est way. We extend special rendered by Rev. Ira McCall, She Is survived by one bro-

Henry (Moody) Dean Cleveland Betram Bethel Bethel thanks to Rev. A. D. Hall and to the neighbors and friends. ed.The Family ther; a nephew Walter; one

Blanche FleweUnandfamUy the membership of Ebenezer sister Alice of Key West
Monica AdderleyIN The Dames and Jones
United Methodist Church; RICHARDSONServices

Deacon J. Kenneth Major and families for Wesley BryantSr. Services for Mrs.Elizabeth

CARD OF THANKSThe MEMORIAMIn the Richardson Mortuary. of 334 NW 11th St., Apt. Adams of 314 1/2 NW 14th St.
IN MEMORIAMIn
5, were held Tuesday, from were held I'nday, Nov. 18 at
of the late loving memory of my sad but loving of
family husband Eddie George, husband memory Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. He 4 p.m. In the chapel. She is
KEITH JAMES HESTER
Vera Wyche, daughter Is survived by two sons Wesley survived by two sisters Susan
RAMSEY YOUNG who departed this life Nov.10
MARY
Kathryn Wyche, Jr., of Charleston South Hepburn and Ellen Bullard;
like to thank the 1967.
would
many granddaughter Carolina, Elliot of Miami;one two brothers Prince and Ele-
and friends for the Gone but not forgotten.May .
neighbors ,
Charles D. Wyche, daughter-in-law of South can Bullard; one brotherinlaw -
kind of his soul rest in
expressions sympathy, peace
son-in-law Carolina; four sisters Fannie Walter Cooper and one
cards, calls, telegrams,flowers Eliza Johnson, aunt and and light perpetual shine upon Bell Patterson, Hattie Bryantof granddaughter Shirley Pratt.

food, etc., as your other relatives.IN him. New York, Annie M.Chaney Cervices for EugeneSat-

thoughtfulness helped to mike and E, Bryant of Miami; one berry of 2771 NW 48th St.,
the burden a little easier to I The Symonette and Shoe-
}. step-sister Lula Stevens; one were held Saturday In the
bear. : MEMORIAMIn maker Families
brother
l Billy chapel.
Special thanks to Range .
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Funeral Home, Temple Bap- I :; sad but loving memoryof

tist Church pastor, Rev. L.A. .'liI" ., or dear beloved one,

Thompson, choir and members P' AUGUSTA HIELD

Mrs. Inez Wilcox, and ; who departed this life Novem-
--'-
Mr. Linton Berrien for effic- ber 12, 1967. WANTEDYOUNG

ient and cooperative services FRANK DAVIS Asleep in Jesus! Blessed
who this life 27
rendered. departed Nov. sleep,

1964. From which none ever wakesto

Ronald R. Young and familyIN "Gone, but not forgotten." weep;

Death one is a can heartacheNo heal A calm, and undisturbed repose MEN TO LEARN


Some may forget you Unbroken by the last of foes.
MEMORIAMIn But we never will
CHAIN LINK FENCE

___ _memory of the late Only sleeping, calmly sleepingSafe
Mamie Davis, wife from the worlds alarms

Alberta Samuels, sister Only sleeping, sweetly sleeping -
Marguarite Johnson, sister ERECTION

Vyline Henry, sister Safe in her saviors arms.


IN MEMORIAMIn Sadly missed by her husband -w I kV

John Hield, children and 1 . .
x memory of my husband, grandchildren. f .av



t IN MEMORIAMIn a

memory of my dear hus-
band, the late R ro /


rn MR. WILLIE COHEN

who departed this life Nov. 21,

1965. Gone, but not forgotten.May .

MR. JAMES GARDNERwho his soul rest In peace.

departed this life Nov.24,
Katie Cohen, wife

1967.Memories Fary Bell Payne & Mary a l kM
of you will never
Knight, daughters
fade from our hearts.Sleep on Willie Cohen, Jr., son
James and take your rest, we and Family

love you, but God loves you MR. LEE LESTER COATESwho k 1,
this life Nov.22
best. departed CARD OF THANKSCard
Sadly missed by: 1964.

The Family and FriendsIN Some may think you are for- of thanks for the late

gotten, though on earth you are FELIX REAKELARCHERwho __ _
no more. But in memory you
are with us. As always as you passed October 24, 1965,

MEMORIAMIn were before. Many thanks to my pastor,Rei ,

Irene Coates, and family. Aaron D. Hall, Sr., the members J t a r C
memory of of Ebenezer Unite:

, Methodist Church, the neigh
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.. bors of 74th Terrace and 75tti

family of the late Street and to all of my relatives -

,tf{, i including my brother j ss a c rCVi
i JULIUS WAY and sister-in-law who came

f who passed Nov. 9, wish to down from New Yorktobewi time :

take this medium to thank you, In my hour of sorrow,

,\! and our many friends tot the To my co-workers 01 We Supply Tools-Steady Work

kind expression of sympathy, Charles Drew ElementaryancJr.

cards letters, telegram, High School cafeteria L

I flowers, floral contributions, thanks for your donation anc '

foods, etc., as your thoughtfulness the fine solo. Thanks to al]1;
I
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HAST AIN
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helped to make the who helped In any way,for yow

burden a little easier to bear. cards, letters, donations,,
Spec la 1 thanks to Range foods and for all acts of kind

THOMAS LEE SMITH Funeral Home for the efficient ness extended to me and m Y
: services rendered and Rev.H. children. My thanks to the; 901 NW 143 ST.

who died November 22, 1967. M. Salmon, pastor of Sal- House of Albert for their, fine

May be rest In peace. ters Chapel AME Church, of- services rendered.

ficers and members for their May God's choicest bless

'f Leola Smith, wife consoling services. ings be with you all,. ; MIAMI

'f Madelyn, daughter Mrs. Lillian Archer anc I
., Other relatives The Family Family


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968 25

COCONUT GROVE NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS LIBERTY CITY NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS

E E VERNON STOKES, Area Director Parents of the Children's Assistance Group (executive

0 NEIGHBORHOOD Q CYNTHIA CLAYTON, Public Affairs Officer board) met Nov. 14, at which time plans were completed for
the Health and Food Fair, to be held this month. The public Is
The center is steadily working with the community.We wish cordially invited to attend the fair, to be held at the Child Opportunity -
I b\ SERVICES YI to thank those who were so generous in giving clothes, furni- Center, 1900 NW 75th St., Tuesday, Nov.26, at 6:20
I ture, and many other items to the center.We take pleasure in p.m. A very informative, enjoyable and worthwhile evening is
letting you know that your In-kind contributions have helped planned for all.
many boys and girls continue in their scholastic work. We Mr. Louis Kendell (representing the Jewish War Veterans,
would like to thank Mr. Dove in this achievement and we ap- Post #682) will present (tooth brushes and paste)to the child-
OPA-LOCKA NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS preciate his concern. ren of our center. A brief program was presented, featuringthe
BENNY O'BERRY, Area Director We had a young girl who was very hard to understand but she children of our center, Nov. 20, at 10:30 a.m.
GENESTA SWEETING, Public Affairs OfficerDr. was a determined child. A counselor worked with her and she The staff extends sympathy to the followingco-workers who
began to show great improvement. Now the young girl helps a have recently lost loved ones:Blanche Murray,Justina McGee
Nathan Friedman of theDadeCounty Optoraetric Society. counselor with other girls. She has really mastered the sew- and Joseph Shootes.Get well wishes are sent to the grandfatherof
has provided equipment and Is donating his services three ing machine. The opportunities which adults and young people Lucille Russell.EDISONLITTLE .
times weekly, Monday,Wednesday and Friday from 6:30 to 7:30 need are found in our sewing action group.We have equipmentand
p.m. with 40 children from North Dade Junior High School In a various materials to help them get the most from their RIVER NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
program. Eight students from Florida MemorialCollege class. Director
reading BETTY LOU BARBIERI Area
have volunteered their services In assisting the doctor A new programunder the National Housing Act has been au- SYBLE ROSS, Public Affairs Officer
with this program.A thorized by Congress to provide federal assistance to lower-
new cultural enrichment program started this past week Income families. If you are Interested or If you know of any- "The New Look" has come to Edison-Little Rlverl The new
end at the EOPI center in Opa-locka and it was a huge suc- one who would like to buy a home that is eligible under this look is the theme of the recently inaugurated in-servicetrain-
cess. Thirty-two children showed up for the morning arts and act, refer them to the Center. ing at the center. "The New Look" approach seems appropriate
crafts program and the Indoor games that were provided. Many During the past week the housing counselor, Mrs. Esther for the sessions already conducted-EOPI reorganization -
more also called and came in to register for the various sports Armbrister, underwent surgery at Christian Hospital. She is the central officer, and Manpower programs.. Future
activities and field trips that the center plans to start shortly. making a speedy recovery.We look forward to her return soon. plans will Include sessions on housing and social services. ...
Volunteers were led by Mrs. Birdie White, who helped to Mrs. Odessa Hill Is taking her place, during her absence.We E m ph a s I s will also be given to a series of sessions on re-
conduct the classes with the aid of students from Barry are pleased to have bus service to Jackson Memorialand sources. We hope to utilize the "Where To Turn" directoryfor

College. Variety Children Hospitals for the people of the commun- the training on resources.A .
The new center manager, Michael McDearmaid,spoke Mon- ity.Two public meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 26,
day to the Sociology classes at Miami-Dade Jr. College. His hundred tickets were given to the Coconut Grove Center at 8 p.m. to discuss the formation of the area board. All con-
topic was EOPI and its relation to the community. for the young In the community for the first game of the pro cerned residents, community leaders, businessmen and pro-
basket ball team. They were guest of the Miami Jaycees. The perty owners in the area are urged to attend the meeting on
PERRINE NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS youth center Is being remodeled and tiled by the youth of the November 26, to play a part in shaping the future of the com-
basket ball team. They were guest of the Miami Jaycees. The munity.
JULIUS SIMMONS, Area Director youth center is being remodeled and tiled by the youth of the Further information on this meeting may be obtained from
MRS. ETHELBECKFORD, Public Affairs Officer community. A financial contribution was made by Mrs. Murray the area director's office, 655 NW 60th St., Second Floor.
Dubbin. 7588548.An .
Mrs. Bertha Perry, worker for Search& Service Program, Urban Renewal project has been submitted for the Edi-
came to interest our Senior Citizens in doing more extensive 1. JOHN F. KENNEDY NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSWILLIE son Park area, approval for which is expected by January 1.
program; with them. The program includes Health, nutrition, BROWN, Area Director The geographic boundaries for e proposed area are approximately < -
c' 0 n sum e r education, community action, recreation crafts; JOANN RUE, Public Affairs Officer : East FEC Railroad Tracks (NW 4th Ave.) North -
Mrs. Beckford, education counselor and organizer, thoughtthat 62nd Street. West North-South Expressway. South 53rd
Betty Holmes, community organizer and Yvonne Russ,I The staff of the Fannie Turner Child Opportunity Center Is Street. Area residents are encouraged to play an active part
leadership counselor, could also consume the duties of spon-. happy to announce that on Nov.13,the following persons visited In the planning for the area.
soring the club. They now meet regularly on Mondays at 2 p.m.. their center: Miss Rachel Erwin,social worker,Department An Informal public hearing was held Tuesday, Nov. 12, to
with Rev. Edward Long, president and Mrs. Lillie Saunders,, of Maternal and Infant Care program; Mrs. Taty Mar jano, discuss plans for the rehabilitation and redevelopment of the
secretary. The membership for active and inactive is$35.00. community and Family Welfare Department director,jarkta, area.
Indonesia. Mrs. Ma jano Is a member of the cabinet and was In On Thursday, Nov. 14, a group of ADC Mothers attended a
EDUCATION-LEGAL SEMINARHOUSINGJoint the States on a six weeks study session of the Department of welfare hearing at the State Office Building. The purpose of
Health. Education and Welfare In Washington.. D. C. their attendance was to gain an understanding of what is In-
efforts on the part of Robert Ross, attorney for D-1 The John F. Kennedy Federal Credit -has finally come ; ieds'; h -a hearing.c The Mothers are now- aware of the
Perrine Center, and Ethel Beckford, educational counselor, up with the date you have been waiting for: Nov. 23, at 8 p.m. procedures used and also what is expected of them at a hearing -
acquired Information from Mr. Miles, of Minimum Code Enforcement So come out and join the gang at the center for their "Thanks- tdtson-Little: River EOPI cooperated with the group by
< ; Mr. Underwood, HUD; Mr. Brummer, Legal Ad- giving Membership Party of the Year." The program will include providing transportation.
visor; and Mr. Kipp, Minimum Code Enforcement to answer a review of the Credit Union. Free membership and Edison-Little River Federal Credit Union needs your participation -
some of the questions of the people in the area Housing is still prizes will be given away. to help you! Credit union is a saving institution.
our number one problem. We have learned of the neighborhood Thanks goes to the Future.Business LeadersNYC's) of the Please come to 7467 NW 7th Avenue and meet your manager,
development programNDP,that works similar to the lot clean- JFK Neighborhood Center and the Fannie Turner Child Oppor- Alma Carter, Esperanza Rubido, clerk; Samuel Stafford,
ing ordinance. If a landlord, after repeatedly being told of deplorable tunity Center for a wonderful"Honorary Dinner" held Nov. 13, president of the board; Joe Long, vice president; Willie E.
situations existing within his rental developing,does for their counselor, Mr.Benjamin Brown.Gifts were presentedfrom George, secretary; members of the board, Eddie Bussy,John
not act accordingly, the Federal Government will immediately both groups. Mr.Brown resigned from the South Florida Maggio, Sonny Wright, Mary Long,and remember we are wait-
go Into "etnnentdomain" become owner of the property and Neighborhood Youth Corps and has taken a position as Employ- ing for you because credit union is your organization.
do the necessary repairs, collect the rent until cost of repairsis ment Preparation Instructor with CEPConcentratedEmploy-
paid in full. This seems to be the answer to some of the. ment Program). What do you have planned for the night before

housing problems without displacing families. Thanksgiving? If the answer is nothing .
NEWS STORYMrs.
ATTEND THE :

TEEN CENTERThe Gwendolyn Cherry, Brownsville area director, was Pre-Thanksgiving Barn-Dance

Adult Acting Supervisor, Mrs. Judy Jones along with guest speaker at the poinciana Park Elementary School, Fri- Sponsored by the Opa-locka Civic Club
the Education Counselor, Mrs. Beckford, have had one of day morning, Nov. 14, as part of that school's observance of THANKSGIVING EVE AT:
several planned vocational persons to talk to the young National Education Week.
HARLEM GARDENS NIGHT CLUBIn
THE
adults to help them direct themselves for employment. Mr.l
Don Wills, director of volunteers service, came out to speak She spoke to the young people on the topic: Why Foster Long Opa-locka
to a group of teenagers about utilizing their service to help at Life Learning? Young people must be persuaded that: learningis Advance Tickets $1.25, At Door $1.50For
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them to rule out possible hospital jobs or Tickets are now on sale at the Harlem GardensMR.
depths the ideas to pursue careers in that field. by death.
Every Thursday at 3p.m.t04:30p.m.the women Inc. Com- "In an age when astronauts can streak numerous times
munity Service WICS) and Family Service pool themselves to around the earth inafew hours: the questionWhy Foster Long
''service approved Job Corp persons until they are ready to Life Learning? has meaning. But this raises other interesting
leave Dade County. Persons assigned to this area are Aleetha questions: How does one determine what Is essential for all?
Roberts from Family Service and Mrs.John Roach from WICS. What distinguishes the general from the special an age in
which the highly technical is the common language of child- W
BROWNSVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS ren?"

These questions suggest a re-examination of the common
GWENDOLYN Director ,
CHERRY Area '
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A re-examination of tomorrow's citi-
goals of education. you,
NETTIE STURGESS, Public Affairs Officer
zens, is necessary.In F

Very Important Parents(VIP) of the Brownsville Center held six or eight or twelve years w? cannot hope to make the M
its installation meeting Wednesday night at the Center. citizen-Individual ready to take his place as a mature mem-
Officers were installed in an impressive ceremony by Mrs. ber of his local, national, and world community.,
Margaret Darden, the center's director. '
Young people who drop out of school at 15 or 16 are obvious- I .
Stafford vice meet their personal social, civic, or economic < .'
William unprepared to
They are: Thomas McRay, president; ly )
president; Mrs. Alice Spann,secretary; Mrs.Arabell Wallace, responsibilities. Similarly, it is doubtful whether those "
assistant secretary and Mrs.Julia Stafford, treasurer. On hand students who at age 15 or 14 decide upon careers in the Business Ji. Ji
to congratulate the group were Mrs.Cherry,area director and professional and laboring world are sufficiently prepared -
for life as literate human beings and citizens.
Mr. Sumner Hutchinson, center nunager. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER
The word "summer school" should be abolished. School
"Education is too good to be just for the young," to coin a should be a year-round and continuous experience with two Are we living within the realm of faith?
Popular phrase . Several of the staff are taking advantageof periods of time released for holidays such as Christmas and
the supplementary training program,available to all employers Thanksgiving. Trust in God, for in your hour of adversity,
of the EOPI who fee the need for more education. Undergraduates he will wipe away the tears from your eyes.
of the program .uitions and book lees are paid in Summer school should allow students to accelerate their
full; graduates, half the tuition. They select their own courses education earning additional credit toward graduation as
and there is a counselor provided for guidance.The well as give students a chance to makeup work they have failed House of AlbertWhere
in order to complete the regular term or improve basic
citizens of Brownsville have merged under new Execu- skills; It can also provide creative or cultural activities In service begins and never ends ..,. Y

tive Director of EOPI, Marie S. Carl, to form a community music, art, and drama, etc. THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

corporation, the Concerned Citizens Councils Brownsville, These purposes should be a part of the objectives of every LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINEMU
Inc. This is a community action, an independent organization school and it Is through the school and community that they
method of participation 8-3311 238-8801
approach to anti-poverty efforts, a particular
will
each require
presI- should be approached. Moreover, step
of the poor. Officers are: George Kilpatrick, involved she
of
and minds
Louise changes in the hearts everyone ,
dent; Thomas McRay, first vice president; and Mrs.
said.
Butler, secretary-treasurer.
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968

MEN'S DAY AT NEWPROVIDENCE MT. AARON JORDAN GROVE ST. MARY'S

Rev. Otis L. Sample, pastorR. Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Hicks, reporter Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe The Male Choir will sing all
Rev. C, J, ,pastor day, Usher Board No 1 will
Arsula Edwards,reporterNew No. 2 Choir wishes to serve during the 11 a.m. ser-
1I Providence will observe thank the many, choirs and vices and Usher Board No. 2
friends for helping to make
it's 6th annual Men's will serve during the 6 p.m.
Day Sunday, Nov. 24. The their Anniversary the services. The chairman of the
morning speaker will be Mr. greatest by raising $1,062.19. Missionary is asking all members -
Clifford R, Matthews Sr., assistant Deacon Clark Pallock is to please bring food and
superintendent of president.The other donations to the church

North Central District Interdenominational this week so that they may pre-
Schools Rev O. W. West of Deacon's Council will cele- pare baskets for the poor for

fit, Inu 3n Glfjurrl!I fitoniay Bethel Baptist of Richmond s rr" brate their Sixth Anniversary the Thanksgiving holidays
) Heights will be the evening Sunday, Nov 24, at 3 p.m. at The Sunday School Is still
speaker. The public is invitedto Jordan Grove. The Rev A, L. having sales every Sunday
each of these services Shipp and congregation of New after church.
Women's Day At Ebenezer The Missionary Society invites Mt. M 0 ria h Baptist Church Sister Lillian Nairn is out of
I the public on Thanksgiving will be in charge. The publicis the hospital and at home. Let
United Methodist morning, Nov. 28,at 6am. invited Deacon Willie us continue to visit all our sick
to worship with the. Our pas- REV. OTIS L. SAMPLE Lumpkin is president.Let and shut-Ins. A card or phone
tor will deliver the sermon. call will help to cheer them up.WOMEN'S .
r' Consecration hour of prayer The Installation of our pastor us not forget prayer

each Sunday at 5 a.m. BTU will be Sunday, Nov. 24,at meeting every Tuesdayat7:30 i
Remember the sick in
each Sunday at 5:30 p.m. 3 p.m. Service will be rendered p.m. DAY AT
4i Bible class and prayer by Rev. J. E. Jenkins of your prayers.
ST. JAMES BAPT.
meeting Tuesday evening at Friendship Baptist Church.

7:30. You are invited to eachof We are looking for you GREATER NEW BETHELRev. St. James Baptist Church,
these services. Thanksgiving Day at 11 a.m. NW 49th St. and 2nd Avenue is

Continue in prayer for those to worship with us. W, K. Smith, pastor having its Women's Day rally
who are sick, shut-in and bereaved Because of Thanksgivingour Alice S, Irving, reporterOn Nov 24, all day. The public Is

regular monthly conference Sunday, Nov.24,at 3 p.m. Invited. Our guest speakersare
/ will be Friday, Nov 29, Auxiliary Day will be observed. Mrs. Range, city commissioner -
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST at 7:30 p.m. A rendition will be givenby i 11 a.m. and Dr. I. G.

r each auxiliary of the i Pratt, evening speaker. Our
.
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor
A Alice Harris reporter ZION HILL church. The proceeds will go i theme: "The Task of The
,
: toward our scholarship fund. Christian Women In a Chang-
Sunday is our church anni-
J. -- '. 4>, ... Rev. James Pickett, pastor Everyone is asked to coop- ing Society."
versary our guest speaker for
,
MRS. SAMUEL BANKSTONThe MRS. CORA A, COLEMAN the morning is Rev. Major The No 1 Ushers' Board erate in this effort, as it is a i St. James Baptist Choir No.
would like to thank each of you i beneficial cause. 2 will render the music for all
women will observe Church will be the evening Green. Dinner will be served *'or making our anniversary a We express deepest sym- services. New Hope Baptist,
after A is
their annual Women's Day, speaker Mrs. Coleman, a service. program great success, the amount pathy to the Orr family in their Rev. Sims pastor will furnishthe
Sunday, Nov. 24, beginning at teacher and civic worker in planned for your enjoyment at raised was 95947. Special time of bereavement. ushers.
11 a.m. Mrs. SamuelD. Bank- our community. The public is 3 p.m. So come to spend the thanks to Rev. Brown of Brown i The Young Matrons I Dr. Samuel T. Johnson is
ston of St. Petersburg, willbe invited to come out and hear! day.Let Chapel and hismembersfor Young Women's Auxiliary are minister.
the morning speaker. She is a these dynamic speakers, as us not forget bring our the excellent service. in charge ofthe A uxUiary SUI1- -
member of McCabe United they share with us the theme: donations for our Thanks- Prayer service every Tuesday day School class on Sunday. -
Methodist Church,holds officeas "The Role of Christian Wo-\ giving basket on Sunday.
night visitors and friends; The Willing Workers are ZION HOPE
treasurer of the Women's men Giving Service in a New'f Please don't forget theneedy. are welcome to attend. We[ desirous of your presence at

Society of Christian Service, Age." must continue to pray for the! their annual tea Sunday at the i Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor
and the Methodist Church of Mrs. Ollie Mae Ross,chair- This month ends our church! sick] Sis. Gordon Is still con- home of Mrs. Fostine Scott. Bessie Williams, reporter
the former Central Jurisdic- man; Ressie M. Bass and Mrs. calendar year, all auxiliaries fined in her home The Young Worn e n' s Auxiliary -
asked to make their Brother Walker is
tion Florida Conference. are an- having
Louise Woodbury, cochairmen The Ushers' Baptist t is asking all membersto '
nual report. There will be car wash Saturday Nov.23 at
,
Mrs Cora Ann Coleman
a The evening service be- Union will bring some canned to
| ]Fellowship conveneat goods
election of officers the same the church. He is asking to
member you
of Mt. Zion
Baptist
gins at 6:30: p.m. Union Grove, Sunday at 3:00 the church to supply the bas-
night. bring your car by to be wash-
all ushers' to be kets that will be given to
'p.m., are needyfamilies
The Ways and Means is taking ed. While your car Is being
WOMEN'S DAY ATBROWN'S GRACEPRESBYTERIAN order for potato pies or[ 'present. on Thanksgiving Day. washed, you can be refreshed

cakes for Thanksgiving, you .. by buying a dinner from Sis-
CHAPELThe can place your order with any ter Redford. All of this Is in

Brown's Chapel Baptist Rev W. F, Savoy, pastor: member of the Ways and Women's Day At behalf of Choir No 2's anniversary -

Church, 1323 NW 54th St., invites This Sunday morning; Means. Mrs. Ivadell Hepburn, .

you, all day Sunday, Nov. Thanksgiving baskets will be I is president.All First BaptistThe Friday, Nov. 22, Choir No
24 to our Women's Day dedicated! in the morning ser- our sick and shut-ins remain 2 will begin the celebration of .
Mrs. L. D. Mungin of Jack-vice. the same. Let uscontinue women of First
Baptistof Knowles, evening speaker. their 8th anniversary, and it If
sonville, will be guest speaker Wednesday, at 7:00 p.m. we to pray and visit them. ( Opa-locka, 15700 NW 22nd At our 4 p.m. services, we will climax Sunday,Nov 24, at
for the morning will have a family night t Avenue are looking forward to will have as our guests the 3:30 p.m Various choirs of the
At 3 p.m. a panel discussion supper. We are calling on our NEW MT. MORIAH J a very successful day on Sun- Jackson Toddle Inn Kinder- city will be present. The en-
with Miss M. Stevensonas
moderator.At < helpfulness, by bringingfood Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor 'brate their annual Women's Pre-Thanksgiving program. Walker, president.
7 p.m. Mrs. Medlin William i for the supper, bringingfood Evelyn Souter, reporter 'Day.Two Join us for the day and havea
:; of Miami will close the 1 for the Thanksgiving bas- The pastor is asking the en- fine speakers will be spiritual awakening. Don't forget the sick, shut-
curtain with our great theme !kets, and helping to distributethe tire church to accompany him 1 presented for the day. They H a 11 i e Banks is chairmanand in, members of bereaved
"The Steadfastness of Chris-I groceries this Sunday at 3 p.m. to Jor- are Mrs. Eloise Boykins, Ella Baker is co-chair- families, and the boys out on
tian Women in a Jet Action On Thanksgiving Day, at 10 don Grove morning speaker and Cynthia man. the battlefield in your prayers.

World; :a.m., we are invited to attenda The No 1 Choir want to . ?
Rev. J. E, Brown, pastor, Thanksgiving service at the thak Mt Carmel Choir No. 2, ..
EPISCOPALCanon
Sis. Ida M. Jackson, reporter i Sellers Memorial Methodist; Zion Hope Gospel Singers,The a+ CHRIST
Church, 8390 NW 14thA venue. Spiritual Melodies Mrs. De-
,, T. R, Gibson,rector
COMMUNITY The pastor will take part Inthe lores Chavls our M. C. all 51
Antoinette
Silva
reporterThe
SANCTUARYThe service, and there willbe choirs and groups who sent do-

Community! Sanctuaryis several congregations pres- nations, our junior choir and service of Thanksgivingwhich
to ent.Let those who attended last Sunday will elevate our priestto
making a special appeal
us bring our friends to:
mothers and fathers of child during our Musical Program. Canonhood, will be held Sun-
all of these activities of the Joint rehearsal for choirs
ren in the third grade and up day, December 15. This ser-
to make a special effort to send church No. 1 and 2 will be Nov. 29,at vice will be held at Christ

their children ,better if you 8 p.m. Episcopal I, at 5 p.m. with the
bring them on Sundayat2pm. CHRISTIAN Our monthly conference will Bishops Henry I, Louittit and
They will be given a special 1 FELLOWSHIP be Noc 28at7:30pm. Please James Duncan of the Dioceseof
training period in our platform i prayfor world peace. Visitors South Florida officiating.
are always welcome. The Is Invited and
public are
service. Rev. p, S. Brown, pastorM.
Our services are located in L, Nixon, reporter welcome to attend the service.
the annex of Saint Mary's DRAKE MEMORIAL The Building Fund Contest,
Church, 48th St. and 8th Avenue The Willing Workers will; HATTIE BANKS ELOISE BOYKINS which will name the Churchman -
upstairs. celebrate their anniversary Rev. Jarius W.Dunn, pastor ChairmanCYNTHIA Morning speaker of the Year, will be con-
Elder Hezekiah Tinker, director beginning Sunday at 3:30: cluded at 8 a.m. service Sun-
p.m. Rev. 0, J. Foster will tt The pastor wishes to thank day, Nov. 24. All contestants,
the principal speaker. The all who attended the service G sponsors and workers are
public is invited ChristianFellowship St. Paul AME Sunday Special asked to be present at this ser-
FREEWILL Ensemble Choruswill thanks to the ushers,and choir fr'Q vice.Our
Rev. A. Rutherford, pastor render the music. members who served along parishioners and
The officers and membersare ; At 7:30 p.m. the choir will with the pastor: s friends expressed with much
inviting the public to their have a variety program. Proceeds All members and friends enthusiasm their exciting tripto
annual Women's Day program i will be for the buildingfund. please bring to service on Sun- Key West. This sightseeingtour
Sunday, Noc. 24. Guest speaker The president is expecting tday some food for our Thanks- was sponsored by Mr.
will be the Honorable City all members to cooperatebyhaving giving baskets. Philip and Mr.Culmer,con
Commissioner, Mrs. Athalie j their numbers recorded We are presenting our an- testants of the Churchman of
Range, morning worship and 1 before program time.Sunday nual Mid-Winter Song Feast the Year Contest.Congratulations.
Mrs Irene Brown, eveningspeaker. Is also the time for Sunday, December 15, at 7:30 to Mr. and
.L The theme is: "The reporting your assessmentsto p.m. Plan to attend this spiri- Mrs. Leonard Hopkins who
Role of Christian Women"An your captains 1 through 7. tual feast. Sis. Jean Isom is 'i" were named parents of the
entertaining program is plan- The pastor and captains are chairman. See her for tickets. '\" I 3 year.
asking you to please pay all Remember to visit and pray >.:" : Get well wishes are extended -
ned.Mrs.. I. Ferguson and B. current and back payments.Pray for the sick and shut-ins. You to Mrs. Ethel Philip and
Saunders, chairman and cochairman for and visit the sick are Invited to worship with us KNOWLES ELLA BAKERCochairman sincere sympathy is extendedto
,": and less fortunate. on Sunday. Evening Speaker the Shootes Family.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 22, 1968 27
MEN'S DAY AT
CORINTH h "Il'''
GREATER NEW BETHEL MEN'S DAY AT GREATER ltMrLC I DAr II I a


Sunday, Nov. 24, will be Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor GREATER ST. LUKE NEW MACEDONIARev. The Male Chorus, Charles

I Men's Day, all day at Corinth Minnie Hunter, reporterOn SUNDAYThe Ambrose, president and director -

Baptist Church, 1450 NW 59th the fourth Sunday at 3:00 Roscoe Jackson, Pastor will celebrate its tenth

St. Morning speaker Is Rev. o'clock Little Miss Greater entire public Is invitedto Willie J. Beard, ReporterThe anniversary Sunday, Nov. 24,

W New Bethlehem will be crown attend the Men's Day celebration at 3 p.m. Many of the choirsof

ed. She will be chosen from Sunday, Nov. 24. president, officers and the city will appear on the
members of Usher Board #2
The public is in-
four candidates of the Jr. Department Theme; Christian Men program. .
wish to thank each and
Working in for Suc- every- vited.
-- Miss Sharon Bouey Unity a
,
t one who helped made their
Parents to send
a Sharon Stuckey, Shirley Smith cess. Guest speakers Rev. are urged
sixth anniversary a
and Patricia Congress. Vote W. E. Sims, morning, Rev. E. success. their children to rehearsal for
Special thanks to Rev. JamesE.
for your choice by giving her Luwder, evening, Rev. C. H. Jenkins and congregationof Christmas, and send them on
time.
your contribution. Smith, night.
Deacon Burrows chairman Friendship M.B.Church and The Templeites will sing
On Tuesday night after the S. -
all of the other boards and
fourth Sunday, the deaconessare and Deacon J. Flamming during the morning service on
sponsoring co- chaIr i m 1n Invite you to auxiliaries of Macedonia Sunday and the No. 1 Choir
program.. and sister churches. May God
Sis. Hickman, president.The come here these dynamic during the evening.
bless
each and of
9 Ushers are selling din speakers, and see the programthat everyone Deepest sympathy is extended -

... has been you. to Mrs. Blanche Mi-
T -- ners in the dining area of our prepared for
Dea Vandell Bovan is
REV. S. L. SMITH REV. D. L. HICKMAN church on Nov. 23, Saturday. your enjoyment.Rev. Pres. jor, Mrs. Prudence Martin

. Evening SpeakerD. . Morning Speaker Please patronize them. O. Taylor, pastor, the The pastor, officers and and family on the death of their
On December 4 church is located at 4205 SW members of New Macedonia 93-year old mother, who died
L. Hickman of Greater Beach, and many others will Wednesday wish to announce an d acknowledge in Nassau
on Nov. 15.
18th St. West
night after the Hollywood.
Bethlehem Church firstSunday we
Baptist be ,
present. You and yours are the calling of one of our
with Brother Otis will have the general church Let us pray for the sick and
along Wright cordially invited, dinner will brothers, Bro. Perry Whites, CHRISTIAN HILL AM E
and the Spiritual :Homlnizerstnd be served. election. The pastor and officials shut-ins. into the ministry. H e is a

many other outstanding Deacon R. Ector,chairman; are asking all members member of Choir#2 and chair- Rev. M. M. Williams, pastor

speakers and singers of our Deacon C. Crawford, cochairman to be present. SHILOH man of Men's Day, 1968. You are welcome to worshipwith

>' ; Deacon H. Morrow Sister Helen Nixon is in the Bro. Whites will preach- us Sunday, Nov. 24, whenwe

itvAt 3 p.m. Rev. S. L. Smith secretary; Rev. M. L. Paschal ,' South Shore Hospital, 67 Alton Rev. A. M. Griffin,pastor inghis"trial" sermon on Fri.. observe our second annual

and congregation of St. Mary's pastor; Sister Carolyn Rd, 3rd Floor, Miami Beach. Cheryl English reporterThe day night, Nov. 29, at Greater Men's Day. Rev. A. C.Turner
Let us please visit her during assistant pastor of St. Paul
Baptist Church. North Miami Ector, reporter. Red Circle and Sunshine New Macedonia. ,
her illness Let's all continueto will be 'morning speaker and
Church at
Band will meet Saturday at 3p.m. 800p.rn. (may we
pray for the sick and shut- Rev. Theodore
All members are askedto note that this was previously Roddy, pastorof

MT. TABOR MT. CARMEL ins. please be present. scheduled for Wed.night,Nov. NewBethelAMEwillbeour

Rev. James Hendon, pastor Junior Church will be held 20, 1968, but was changed to evening speaker at 7:00 p.m.

George Ingraham, reporterOur Rev. D.A. Bradley, pastor at the church Saturday at 4 Nov. 29, 1968.) He is asking

regular morning service Louise McGriff, reporter MT. HERMAN p.m. all juniors are asked to Choir #2 to serve and he is CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder

was cut short by approxi- Sunday at Mt.Carmel is W oRev. G. M. Champion,pastor be present and on time. inviting all of his friends and
men's Day, we have planned a Francis The Pastor's Aide Club members of the c h u re h to A. Ford, pastor
m'!tely one half hour in order Young, reporterThe will Blondie
that our pastor and congregation wonderful program for you. members are making meet tonight at 7:00, at the come out and help him get Haggins convention, reporterThe will

could render service for Our morning speaker will be special preparations for Sun- home of Sister Elam. started on this new task for singing
the convene Sunday, at 8 p.m.
Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, in Mrs. Lennette Pennington, day at 3 p.m., Nov. 24. This The No.1 and 2 Choir will master. The church is located at
from Richmond Heights.She is will be known begin their On Sunday afternoon, the
West Palm Beach. The occas- day as Pastor'sAppreciation. celebrating anni- 5431 SW Mayo St. West Hollywood .
pastor is the ,
a member of Hurst asking supportand
ion was the installation ser- Chapel Rev. Championcame versary tonight and Friday,at .

vice of their new pastor Rev. AME of Perrine. Our evening to us in June as our new 8:00. It will end Sunday at 3 cooperation of the churchto Pray for the sick -
him at everywhere
speaker Sister Sallie Carline accompany 200pm.
spiritual leader. We are proudto
L. R. Ross.
is from New Providence p.m.Don't to Day Spring M.B. Church, _
Our own Miss Marquer ite Baptist show our effective leader forget the second Sunday -
Church. Guest choir will 2990 N.W.62nd St.Rev. W.M. VETERANSOF
McKain member of our Senior our appreciation for his love, in December is our Youth
be the No. 2 Choir of Jordan Interest and understanding. Slater, pastor,and at 4:00 p.m. FOREIGN WARS
Choir and Youth Choir spon- Day.Let to
sor, who is Miss Dade Countywon Grove Baptist, also the No. 1 Mrs. Zessie Erwin is serv- us remember the sick NewMt.CalvaryMB.Church .

fourth prize for modelingin Ushers' Board from JordanGrove. ing as chairman of the appre- and shut-ins in our prayers. 1140 N.W. 62ndStreet, The Veterans of Foreign
We extend and invita Rev. Samuel Atchison,pastor,
the Fashion ciation committee. Wars, Opa-locka Post #5693
program to render services for these
held at the YMCA, hall in Lib- tion to you. Members, please visit the will present a Gospel Singing
churches.
for the in Vietnam He is asking for all
Pray boys sick: Sisters Beatrice Clow- featuring "The
erty City last Sunday. The FIRST EMANUELRev. program,
deacons
also the sick and shut-ins andthose I deaconesses,choirs,
Gospel Voices appeared on the ers, Francis Young, Sarah Southernairs" and 16 year old
who have lost J. E. Wright pastor ushers and members please
some of Myers, Minnie Williams and Johnnie Brown, Saturday, November
program. __ attend
these
--- services. Thank-
their love ones. Visitors are Brothers Austin Futch and 23 at 8:30p.m.atthe
Please remember to visit ,
.
ing in advance!
you
pray for, and correspond with always welcome. Leonard Cordero. r; EOPI Center, 2349 All Baba

our sick. shutinand. bereaved 1,,' Avenue, Opa-locka.
,
members. A. FRIENDSHIPRev. Come and bring your friendsto
BAPTIST WOMEN HELD MEETINGAT I. 3 attend this' gala affair! Donated

NEW HOPE J. E. Jenkins,pastor proceeds will go towardthe
MT. CALVARY Ruby Lee Carr, reporter building fund.

Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Saturday, November 23, at
Loraine Fuller, reporterThe Members of the Baptist Wo- financial secretary announcedthe 8 p.m. the Fellowship Club will

Youth Choir wish to men's Council met a Mt.Cal- receipts of the: session. have a Banquet at the home of JOBMOBILEThis

thank all participants: who vary Baptist Church Friday, The next meeting will be Deacon and Sister Carl Rem- is where the

helped to make their anniver- Nov. 8, and held a meeting for held Friday, Nov. 22,at 8 p.m. bert, 5616 NW 5th Ct., all our is Jobmobile

sary success last Sunday,. the promotion of the Foreignand at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, friends are Invited. :

money raised $284.55.Wednesday Home Mission. Rev. J. W. Hendon, pastor. : '; 1' ; Our get well wishes to Sis. to Monday 4:30 p.m., Nov.Grand 25, 7:30 Ave.a.m.and

Nov. 20, at Mrs. Ruby Cook and Mrs. I" Lena Hooks in North Miami Road
Douglas Coconut Grove.
8 p.m. the Missionary Societywill Berdie Monroe of Mt. Zion General Hospital. Our deepest Tuesday, Nov., 26, 7:30a.m.

sponsor another Fellowship were received as new mem- AN SCIENCE 11: sympathy to Sister Carrie
: : CHRISTI to 4:30 p.m. SW 66th Street
.Qlncrlotnn in tha Ince< < r>f her program, featuring many verso and 59th Place from
across
The traditional Thanksgiving ;; ,
missionary women from carious A financial report was made MARY ARLINE term FlorenceSouth Carolinawe EOPI.
the treasurer Mrs. Ella Day services in Fifth to the family i to
say
churches all are welcome by pray
Church of Christ Scientist All roads lead to First t Wednesday, Nov. 27, NW 12
Baker. Mrs. Bernice Wright, God and he will sustain you in
Thursday Nov. 28 will Include Emanuel located in the YMCA Ave. and 54th St Grandway.
who has been absent for sev- hour of sorrow.
Sunday Nov. 24 at 7 your
p.m. a period for testimoniesof ; 5700 NW 15th Ave., this Sunday Thursday and Friday.Closed -
the Parsonage Committee will eral meetings received a wel-
gratitude to God from individuals for its first Women's Day. Thanksgiving holiday.
present a Musical Program come and gave an account of ST. LUKERev.
in the congrega- Our morning speaker is the
featuring( Mr. and Mrs. HenryScurry all monies received for benevolence -
and other outstanding tion. The service Is at 11 a.m. well known Sister May Bell P. W.WilliamspastorKathleen
and the church is located at Anderson.
singers, this event is in be- Rev. Hutchinson was intro- Streeter, reporterOn
Miss 1600 NW 54th St. A brief les- Our second and last Sunday Nov. 24 the Dea-
half of our parsonage drive. duced by the president, ser- ,
Everyone is invited. Marie White.He dismissed the son-sermon consisting of vice for the day begins at 3 cons andDeaconesses will .J

Continue to pray for the sick group and Mrs. Rosa Garvin readings from the Bible and p.m. and speaker for this ser- present a "Calendar Tea."

and shut-ins. the Christian Science text- vice is 'Grand Matron, Mary The speaker will be Miss f

book, relates gratitude to an Arline. Gloria Calhoun. Time from- ,

BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST understanding of God's good- 6 p.m.
ness and love. The lesson- Two programs have been
the first
in
GREATER Beginning Sunday
sermon will be read by the planned with many busy and December -

BETHEL AME Rev. F. L.Johnson,pastor First and Second readers of well known ladies of our city will begin at our 6 evening p.m. service

Rev. T. S.Johnson,pastor Elizabeth Wright,reporterOur the church. The public is wel- participating. The public is Please remember toprayfor
invited to attend and enjoy the
to attend this service.
Lynette Alexander,reporterThe annual "pre-Thanksgiving come feast of the Lord.CALLING all our sick and bereaved
members. Our church is located

youth performed in all Dinner" will be as plan-
at 1790 NW 55th St.
phases of the Sunday School, ned, Wednesday, Nov. 27. All MT. SINAIRev.
morning and evening worship outgoing dinners will be delivered REV. LENA M. ROSS

services. They taught all from 10:30 a.m. until Cleo Albury, Jr., pastorB. MALE MT. CALVARY From Savannah, Ga.

levels of Sunday school classes 9 p.m. You may purchase your Boney, reporter TALENTSingers SPIRITUAL ADVISOR

and took over the order of tickets from any member of Thanksgiving services will Rev. S. Atchison,pastor AND HELPER IN ALL

activities throughout the day. our church. Donation $1.00. be held Thursday, Nov. 28, at dancers and instrumentalists Phyllis Beal, reporterThe WALKS OF LIFE

Again, Brother Ellison and Choir No. 1 will celebrate 11 a.m. All members, friends from 16 to 60 climax of the Ushers' She Is the World's
Wonderand
the Man's Day officials tank their second anniversary, and the general public are ask- are invited to try out for the anniversary will be Sunday,at best when It comes to

all participants, officers and starting Friday, Nov. 22 and ed to worship in these ser- casting of "The Sound and 3 p.m. Rev. Roscoe Jackson quick and sure results In

members of Greater Bethel closing out Sunday at 3 p.m. vices. Let us give thanks together Color of Alive," a productionof will deliver the message. solving troublesome prob.I.ms. -
Sister Emma Jones,presidentis in appreciation for a musical to be presentedat Com of all sorts S.. Rev
and friends for helping to make our out and witness a great !terns of all .ort.. Se. Rev.
their Inviting you to come out and blessings. Barry College Miami time.
men's day a success. many Rots. You will' be glad
God \\help us to live for help make their anniversary Choir No. 1 will have a pre- Shores, on February 27 There will be a rummage you did. Shou* here, now.

others. Forgive us for our success. Xmas Tea" Sunday, at 3:30 Marcy 3,1969.Auditions. sale at the church Saturday. Friday, Nov. 22 ,

coldness of heart, for our dis- All members are urged to p.m. in the annex. We solicit are being held Items of Interest to all will be through Dtc. 22

interest in the pain and suffer- please attend prayer services your patronage. Mrs. Geneva 'Nov. 20 and 22, 7:30 p.m. on exhibit. 1021 NW 55th STREET

ing of the world, fill us with each Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. Wright, president.The Experimental play-out Prayer meeting every MIAMI FLORIDAr

compassion as we whisper a Visitors are always welcome.Our Pulpit Aid will meet at '- Please bring own music or Thursday night.

word of prayer for our sick prayers are extendedto 1509 NW 65th St., Sunday at 1 prepare your own one minute Please pray for the sick and

and shutins everywhere. the sick and shut-ins, and 3 p.m. j scene. shut-ins.
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-Spearing with......... I Rilev Leads Rattlers Over Southern 33-24 I I

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BATON ROUGE, Louisiana. tiers marched 80 yards in 13 halftime when defensive back off and marched 74 yards with
Florida A&M tallied 20 plays before Riley hit flanker Mel Blount intercepted a Riley Hardge taking it over from the
points in the second half be- Kent Schoolfield on a 29 yard pass and returned it to the Rat- one yard line.
hind the passing of quarter- scoring toss for the Rattlers tler 38. Six plays later, Jaguar Riley put the game on ice
.y, wx r,,p: ,wna. iova xawsa 9" back Ken Riley l to topple first touchdown. Horace fullback Johnny Hardge late in the fourth quarter with
Southern University 33-24 Lovett kicked the extra point. scored from four yards out, the Rattlers leading 26-24.He
BY HARRY SPEARFLORIDIAN Saturday afternoon. Southern struck right back, and Southern led 14.13athalf- faked a running play to his left,
Trailing at halftime 14-13, with ha If back Lewis Porter time.In. stopped and hit tight end
NOTESNo the Rattlers put across three taking the ensuing kickoff 94 the third period, Raymond, Alonzo Gilbert for a 67 yard
touchdowns in the final half to yards for a touchdown.The Wilcox recovered aJaguar scoring toss to end the scor-
disgrace for its loss last Monday, Nov. 18. Coach Jim gain their sixth victory against Rattlers came right fumble at theA&M39 yard ing.
Pollards boys played their hearts out. They could have won this one loss. back and scored in five plays. line. Eleven plays later Rileyhit Schoolfield had his best
game, as the score shows, 120 119, for the Floridians. Of- Riley bombed Southern's With the ball on the Rattler 45 Schoolfield in the end zone game ever for the Rattlers,
ficiating by the referees in my opinion were out of line at defenses with passes, hitting yard line, Riley faded to his from 20 yards out,and the Rat- catching five passes for 100
times four for touchdowns and scor- left, and threw back across the tlers went ahead 19-14. yards and two touchdowns. On
- 1 ing one himself on a 10 yard field to Ginn who scampered Southern shot right back and the ground, Ginn was the big
run. He completed 11 of22 55 yards behind a wall o f moved the bull to the Rattler 13 gainer with 60 yards in 22 carries -
q passes for 250 yards on a cold blockers to regain thelead for yard line where Mark Samples porter was the top rusher -
and damp afternoon.In FAMU. kicked a 23 yard field goal to for Southern with 99 yardsin
.R the first quarter the Rat- The Jaguars took the lead at make the score 19-17. 16 carries.
On the next series of plays The Rattlers play Bethune
the Rattlers kept possessionfor Cookman College Saturday
Orange Blossom Classic 16 plays, moving the ball afternoon in Daytona Beach.A
to the Jaguar 10 yard line. Rattler victory would cinch the
With fourth down and goalto Southern Intercollegiate Ath-

Pairs Florida A &M go, at the ten, Riley swept letic Conference Championship -
left end behind a wall of blockers for FAMU.
and scored. Score by Quarters; FAMU
\ But the Jaguars would not be 13-0-6-14 33. Southern 7-
: And Alcorn AKIN stopped as they took the kick- 7-3-7 24.
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SIDLE DAN SPARKS
DON Two of the nation's greatest senior quarterback, Marvin
Miami's Les Hunter scored 26, one better than teammateDon small-college teams, Florida Weeks, who has completed 91
Freeman Willie Murrell put in 18 and Skip Thoren 16. A&M, Tallahassee,and Alcorn of 168 passes for a total of 1-,
It dropped Miami's record to 4-5, but didn't change the A&M, Larmon, Miss., will 371 yards and 12 TD's this "MYTIME"
team's image. "I'm tired of hearing this Comeback Kids meet in the annual Orange season.
stuff," smiled Pollard later.But I guess that's what we are. Blossom Classic, the super- The "Rattlers" are coachedby
Boys and girls, be sure to make your plans early to attend bowl of Negro football, Satur- the outstanding A.S.*Jake*
the first every "Floridian Tee Shirt Night," scheduled for day night, December 7, at Mi- Gaither, head coach since 1945, f
Saturday night, November 30. The management will give away ami in Florida's famed Orange and currently president of the
"frea" over 2,000 beautiful Floridian tee shirts to boys and Bowl Stadium. Football Coaches Foundation By PHIL DIXON
girls attending the Denver Rockets Miami Floridian game. Florida A&M has thus far which recently sponsored the
Saturday,Nov. 23, Indiana Pacers; Monday,Nov.25, Indiana racked up an impressive 5-1 Invitational Football Classic
Pacers; Wednesday, Nov. 27, Oakland Oaks; Thursday, Nov. won/lost record this season, between Morgan: State and
28, Minnesota Pipers; Saturday, Nov. 30, Denver Rockets; with their only loss to North Grambling in New York City's What a dog fight for the district 8AA Football Championship.
Monday, Dec 2, Indiana pacers.DOLPHINS Carolina A&M. Alcorn A&M Yankee Stadium. "The Win- Coral Gables and Jackson are going right down to the wire.
has also lost only one game ningest Coach in Football," They both could end up with 9-1 season records; then it wouldbe
ON THE ROADThe this season, against Texas Gaither has a record of 192 up to the number of opponents wins to see who Is champ.
Southern University, and havea wins, 4 ties and only losses Nick Koyts of Gables and Joe Brodsky of Jackson really have
Miami Dolphins, a winning team on the road, play their 6-1 recordAstrongdefense in 28 years of college ball. their work cut out for them these last couple of weeks.
next-to-the-last road game of 1968 this coming Sunday, Nov. limited their seven opponentsto Alcorn is coached by MarinoH. The voting for the all star teams is going pretty good. Don't
24, meeting the Boston Patriots in Boston's Fenway park. a total of 53 yards rushing, Cas em. Head coach only forget this is the last week for voting.
Kickoff for the contest is slated for t:30p.m. EST, and the less than 8 yards per team. since 1964, Casem has already Jake finally made the decision for a classic opponent. To me
game will be televised by NBC (WCK'r-TV, Channel?, in MIami This year's teams offer made a record of 24 it was a very hard one for anyone to make. Tampa would assure -
) and broadcast by the Miami Dolphins Radio Network promise( for the pro scouts. wins, 18 losses and 3 ties,and a successful gate; but Alcorn would keep in tradition and
(WIOD, Miami): Florida A&M's Ken Riley is has brought Alcorn to their would be a gamble at the gate. Although both schools carry a
In five previous away games, Coach George Wilson's men the hub of the "Rattlers" offense best record ever in the South- national ranking, Alcorn has played and won from schools we
have been triumphant on three occasions, and the two loses A scramblertypequarterback western Athletic Conference in South Florida recognize 5s powers among Negro schools,
were both by one touchdown. he has completed standings this season. this year's classic might still be a success at the'gate.
Third place in the Eastern Division of the American Foot- 47 passes in 86 attempts, Over 50,000 fans are expected Because of the voting, there will not be a selection of prep
ball League will be the momentary issue in the contest. Cur- for a total of 560 yards and 6 to be at the Orange Bowl players this week so as not to influence anyone. Don't forgetto
rently, this is the resting spot for the Dolphins with Bostona touchdowns. He is backed up stadium to see the gam?, along mail your ballot soon.
half-game behind. by Florida's leading ball carrier with dozens of scouts from the Sportsman of the week: WillardHart-1 think the Flori-
Both teams were in the losing columns last Sunday, but they Associated Press pros. The famed Florida A&M dians are a good team.
each had their moments. The Dolphins lost a seesaw battle to Honorable Mention for the All "100" marching band will entertain The Scoreboard: High schools 62-30.674)( ) Colleges-
Cincinnati in a game which saw the lead change four times and American team, offensive at half-time 29-15 (.673)) AFL 30-15 (.667)) NFL 45-27.625)).
the Bengals finished as eventual winners, 3821. The Patriotshad halfback Hubert Ginn, a 190- The Orange Blossom THIS WEEK:
a good eff ort against Kansas City, the top team in the lb., 5'10" junior from Savan- Classic is scheduled for regional HIGH SCHOOLS
Western Division, but Coach Mike Holovak's squad wound up on nah, Ga. Two other hard-hit- television l coverage Coral Park over Carol City A nallbitter; but the Rams holdon.
the slim side of a 31-17 count.
ting backs are 226-lb., 6'2" sponsored by P. Ballantine & .
MARATHON CLASSIC SATURDAY James Owens from Lake City, Sons, makers of BallantineBeer Norland over Central Should be a easy one for the Vikings.
Fla., and 230-lb., 6'0" Robert and Ale. Delayed telecast Jackson over Curley No contest.
Biscayne Dog Track presents the semifinals of the $18,200 Lampkin of New York. of the game will be seen Ft. Lauderdale over Miam(High- The stings are just finishing
added Marathon Invitational Championship as the stakes high- Alcorn's most valuable defensive
in the New York City, Phila- their schedule.
light this week. player, 225-lb., 6'2" delphia, and Washington,D.C. Killian over Mays Another toss-up; but the Cougars have
The semifinals competition of the Marathon classic this Sat- defensive end, is Joe Owens. Baltimore areas. made depth (G.O.W.)
urday Nov. 23, will mstchup: Fabulous Whizzer, Bob Gibson, The "Braves" also boast
a
The classic was founded in Northwestern over Key West The Bulls should win this one.
Little Kit, Homepride, Aloha Black, Sedan, L. G.'s Ada and 6'2", 262-lb. offensive guard 1933 and has been played an- COLLEGES

Waded. named Willie Peakes, and nually since that time.
Florida Should be real
A&M over Bethune-Cookman easy
Fabulous Whizzer was a 9 to 1 upset winner and Aloha Black, ___ __ _
"- u Florida State over Wale Forest A toss-upbut the Seminoles
eliminations last weekend.
a favorite winner of the first round
Other starters are: Mike's Laddie, Hy Storm, Countess FAMU-BCC Game Decides come through.
Tampa over Southern Mississippi The Spartans' pride at
Kathy, Figment, Juanita Fields, Cut Time, Sonya and Mamie
stake.
Kozell.
Mike's Laddie, aTanunton, Mass invader and Juanita Fields SI AC ChampionshipThe AFL "
were second-round elimination victors. Miami over Boston
Biscayne presents 12 races nightly with a 8 p.m. starting Denver over Buffalo
post. The first two events are the daily double races and the Intercolle- defensive guard Winston Mack San Diego over New York
final two heats of each program feature the popular Big Q formof giate Athletic Conference was released by the doctors Oakland over CincinnatiNFL
wagering. Championship will be decidedin and announced that he was fit

Daytona Beach November to begin scrimmage again. St. Louis over Atlanta .
JIMMY BURNS MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENTUpwar 23, when the BethuneCookman "His presence will doalot for Dallas over Chicago
College Wildcats play host the defensive unit," Jack said. Green Bay over Washington
ds of 100 friends of Jimmy Burns will tee off in a to the Florida A&M Rattlers. "I haven't planned anythingnew Baltimore over Minnesota
shotgun start i n the second Annual Jimmy Burns Memorial The Florida A&M Elevenare or different for Florida, Detroit over New Orleans .., '': "'
Golf Tournament, November 23-24, at ".e Miami Lakes Inn undefeated in conference however, I have drilled in the Los Angeles over New York '"' .
and Country Club. play. While the Wildcats have minds of my Wildcats it will Cleveland over Philadelphia '.

The competition which was inaugurated by the City of Miami, dropped one conference tilt, take heads up and a 100 per San Francisco over Pittsburgh
will begin at noon, with prizes to be awarded in each of eight a winfor BethuneCookmancould cent fighting spirit to win." BALLOT
flights. throw the conference in OFFENSE SCHOOL DEFENSE SCHOOLEnd

Proceeds from the tournament will be placed in a fund for a three-way tie with South EMPHYSEMA CLUB End
the purpose of perpetuating the annual Jimmy Burns Golf Carolina State. A win for TO MEETThe End End
Scholarships to the University of Miami. Florida A&M in Saturday's Tackle Tackle
Among the entrants are Tony Haderer, winner of the first game would clinch the con- Emphysema Club and Tackle : Tackle
Foundation of
America
Scholarship; Gene Sarazen, one of golfing's all-time greats; ference crown again. Inc. Guard Line Backer
to be
meeting held at 900 NE
? and Jackie Gleason, television's "Great One," who is also a Headcoach Jack McClairen, Guard Line Backer
.r 125th St. First Federal
Sav-
fine golfer. said, "this is the game the Center Middle Guard
Each day of competition will consist of 18 holes of medal team look forward to every ings and Loan, take elevatorto Quarterback Corner Back
. play, with a reception to follow competition Saturday, Nov. year. The boys are generallyin Friendship Room, 1:30: p.m. Flanker Corner Back
Tuesday Nov. 26.
23, and a banquet on Sunday evening. good spirits and are very Running Back Safety
All Emphysema: patients and
An added attraction for the competing golfers is the chance anxious to meet its state rival. Fullback Safety
their families
are invited.
;: to win a 1969 automobile, which is the prize for the first hole- McClairen received some Kicker Punter
Rood news last week when star Mary Helen McCart.
'.. In-one of the tournament. Until next week, I see you at the games.

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Large
on
double carport, FHA. $1,000 down, $600 dp vets.
Sprinklers well and Fla room, enclosed porch, new roof, awning win- 54th St.
pump. dows, special pump and well for lawn, carpeting ;:

9800 NW 19 AVENUE stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
Beautifil corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, double car- $10,000 Reasonable down payment and terms. 758-9921 'FHA
port, wall to wall carpeting well and
pump
NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN!
sprinklers NO CLOSING COST
utility, FHA $800 down, Vets $500. -
.. Very neat 3 bedroom, 2' both frame home at 720
NW 53rd St. Large Fla room, large open front ; 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1919 NW 91st Street
WATERFRONT POOL BEAUTY porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices, $10,500, $100 down
1011 NW 81 STREET airconditioner. Price '
drapesstove, refrigerator,
3 bedroom, 2 bath, carpeting, drapes, built-in only $10,000.Reasonable down payment and terms Open Sunday 12 til 5
range andoven. * *

eee WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES- NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE
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NO OUALIFYING YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR CBS, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, fenced.

1050 NW 91 STREET $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING $1,000 down, $86 month. 1795 NW 90th St.

.. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, utility room, only DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY Open Sunday 12 til 5
$111 month for this bargain. Jr *

3145 NW 193 TERRACE \ NO QUALIFYING-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Beautiful 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting, 2 Stores and Apartment in Rear

central heat, Fla room, built-in range and oven, 'REALTYBROKER Enjoy an income without really working
garage, awnings, well, pump and sprinklers. $102 Low down $75 month
month pays all. payment per
4419 NW 17th Avenue
BUILDING AND EXTRA LOT,- 8151 NW 22 AVE * *
Restaurantequipment already In. Call us forterms. 4932 NW 7th Ave. FHA SEE IT TODAY

1- OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room
PL 9-4371
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DON Only $16,500, $800 down

We specialize in homes for persons being dis. CAROL CITY SHOPPING CENTER * *
placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing FHA SEE IT TODAY

Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify ,SUITE. 208 6243666Open 3 bedroom, 1 bath

You're only a phonecall away. Evenings Sundays Only $9,500, $100 downr"





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FOR RENT HELPWANTED COMB f
CLASSIFIED
ADS
Room. Prefer couple or single Beautician wanted. Supreme AWAY

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. IOC FOR EACH male. Call 696-9684 after 5 Wig and Beauty Salon.9110NW GRAY
ADDITIONAL WORD. p.m. (Nov. 22)) 17th Avenue. Call 691-9392 or WITH

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. 751-7449 (Dc. 13) THIS
Beautiful
furnished: efficiency. COLOR t

FOR SALE FOR Male preferred. $20 week Includes CLEAN DEPARTMENT COMB
SALE
FOR SALE STORES
utilities. 3233 NW 13th BRUSH

Avenue in rear 635-3504. 8 to 10 a.m. TOP PAY. 374- J1JJfn.IDJ JH
"FHA" Beautiful reconditioned small "FI IA" 5444. In Broward 524-6500. "-

3 bedrooms CBS, lovely area, house. 2 bedrooms plus child's Large 3 bedroom home in i Room for rent, use of whole .--...r t

tremendous value at $14,500. bedroom, plus living room 12x family Close in
area. car- house, working lady or nice PORTER Just comb and brush to add color(
$100 down to vets, plus 20, beam ceiling, built-in port, lots and lots of extras. married couple. Call evening Over 35, sober, permanent. 6 j tone Washes out Will not rub off.

closing cost, others $350. kitchen, in nice quiet residen- Excellent value. $100 down to 1'after 5 all day Saturday and day week. Salary open. Apply ]to NOT add A DYE.color Easiest gradually quickest AVOIDS way

Awnings, hardwood floors, tial area.2240 NW 92nd Street. vets, others$350.Drive by 340 I I Sunday 758-5704. in person, McDonald's, 3325 THAT;Brush attached SUDDEN for removing DYED excels LOOK.

etc. Callus to show by appoint- $350 down, $95 month pays all. NW 59th St. Shown by appoint NW 79th Street. ;off.coloring Comes Prevents in Plastic soiling Ca., rubbing.. Can

ment only. Fenster Realty Direct from owner. 3714972or ment only. Fenster Realty,, 2 furnished houses for rent. be carried In pocket or purse.

Broker, 759-8779. 358-1879, evenings 865- Broker 759-8779. 1-2 bedrooms, 1-3 bedrooms 1 MUSICIANS WANTEDto Comes Platinum in Blue.all shades: Black to

2160. Call for appointment, form small rondo Call 757- Just;SI.98 write on ,delivery state shade.plus Pay postage.only

"ATTENTION INVESTORS"We Large 2 bedroom home all 1 373-7973. 0292. j Money.back If not delighted.
2 ji Gold Medal, Hair
Products, Inc.
BEDROOM
have several fine duplexesand HOME furnished. Lovely location, i Dept. M-7, Inwood, L.I..N.Y.11 96

up to 18 units. CBS, well $80 per month $750 down,, near schools, buses, etc. No'Furnished efficiency for BABY SITTERS NEEDEDFor

located properties. Duplexesfrom Total $10,300 close in, city FHA. Conventional only.Drive couple or male adult only. 3233 all areas. Miss Ginger's
water vicinity Avenue by 766 NW 59th MARY LEE AGENCY
NW St. Excellent NW 13th Avenue in rear. 635-
$12,500 up FHA or con- Baby SittingService,891-1561
ventional. Call us for appoint- 51st Street. 691-4668. term Call to show. Fenster 3504. 1662 N. E. 123rd Street

ment to show. Fenster Realty Realty, Broker 759-8779. Experienced operator, heavy
430 NW 59th TERRACE Room in home for Nurses .
759-8779. private clientele. 5 days. Frances .
RNs
Broker. Large 2 bedroom duplex up and! A WATERFRONTHAVEN clean, working woman. Phone Beautyrama. FR 4-3618 or LPNs Aides and

Pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath down. Live rent free$900 down, Lovely 4 bdrms, 3 baths, largeliv. 635-4078. 691-3042 evenings (Dec. 6) Private Attendants

373-7973 rm., din rm. Fla. rm., Duty
screened porch, fenced yard,
sprinklers, close to bus, shop- built-in kitch, Wet Bar, 2-car Rooms for Intelligentrespectful WA- TED settled lady to Domestics No Fee

ping, FHA $300 down, $80.78 $76 MONTH PAYS ALL Gar, financing available- men. Use of kitchen baby sit in my homo Monday

month Veteran or displaced 2 bedrooms, CBS$10,000 total I Make your own terms.$30,000 I, and living room. 696-2145. through Friday 9-6 SaturdayCall Cooks, Housekeepers ,

$100 down.Atlantic and price $9,700 FHA mortgage. Carlton Realty (Broker) 693- 635-7716 after 6 p.m. Maids, Chauffeurs, Butters,
person
$500 cash includes 4772. for Housemen.
Pacific Realtors, 666-0411. everything. Room working man. Rea-
Richard Reinhold &Co., 14444W. sonable price. Too see call

Dixie Highway, N. Miami[ CORNER BEAUTY NE 5-4805. CHILD CARE
5620 NW 5th Avenue 5 real
9496371. $600 DOWN
bedrooms FHA Mothers, mothers, if you are
$16,000, no EMPLOYMENT
3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida Room. Man only. Quiet home
closing costs $600downVets looking for a clean home,good
1968 BUICK Skylark, loaded,i room, foodarama, built-in i $12 week 1012 NW 75th Street. food, experienced babysister Hotel
stove
$200)) $106.34 monthly, Restaurant
refrigerator, property com- low mileage, $3,350.Call 836- stove, drapes, carpet, fenced. whom you can trust, call us. Domestic, Factory
0991 or 693-1856. Also RCA Total $16,500. A nice rest home for the aged. Day 633-6607 Night 633-2002
pletely fenceddon'tmlss this 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
washer $100. GEM REALTY It's tim now to treat yourselfto 633-2732. Free pickup and delivery
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one. Aetna Realty (Broker), 945-2722
REALTORS a nice never ending vaca-
811 N W 54th St., Phone: 757- (indef) A-7 LABORNO
101 NW 84th Street and 110 tion home. Call 693-0481.
5724, open 7 days. STORE BUILDING and
NW 85th St. Brand new mag. Infants toddlers. Best of
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3020 NW-162nd St. FHA $400 nillcent :3 bedroom, 2 bath 2908 FOR NW 62nd SALE Street 2 bedroom house. Must havea care in my home. PL 8-9972. with cars FEE, Fork- Drivers lift, Labor., Men

down $87 month. Modern 3 hom s. Tile roof, terrazzo Beautiful location across from nice quiet couple only. No (TF) erg, Warehousemen. $ $ $

bedroom CBS tile floors, jal. floors, Florida rooms,garage children. No partying No Daily. Open 5:30 a.m.
windows air-conditioned rear patio's, central heat and Sunshine Store,$3000 down or loudness. 9009 NW 21st Ave. Experienced childcare by professional
$13,500 cash. Call at 691-9534 personnel. Infants
stove and refrigerator, large air, beautiful built-in kit-
Dec 30 Room in home for included. 696-2145. Hot meals
private a
chens. From $22,500 terms.
fenced yard, close to elemen-
and
tary school, bus and shopping. If you want the very best call DIAL-A-MATIC clean, working i lady. Year breakfast. SOUTHERN BELLNEEDS

TUBIN, Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW ZIG-ZAG $6.43 round. 691-0425. I take care of children. Clean

Ave. Phone 691-4785. 54th St., Phone 757-5724,open sewing machine A-l shape, ..
7 days. less than 6 months old, $33 i Room. Quiet and reasonablee surroundings. PL 8-9457
. rent for middle Pre- 6520 NW 11th Avenue.
FHA $450 down $100 month 2 cash. $6.43 monthly. Will talcold age man.

bedroom CBS home and 2 income 530 NW 69th St. Fantasticbuy machine as part payment. ferable one that works during
: MINUS INFANT PARADISE 0
: apartments completely I 11 r Two houses,CBS, Extra Call credit manager day or day. 759-3360.
2377 N W 95th Terrace
large swimming pool air- night. Free inspection. 685-r
furnished, fenced yard, drive ,
Operated by experienced licensed
1564. Room in private home. 2491 P
conditioned. FHA total price
by 730 NW 7th A venue and callus nurse and trained .
personnel -
NW 59th St. 634-2264.
to Inspect. TUBIN, Real- $18,000, $1,200downpayment, Free pickup and de-

tors, 7906 NW 7th Avenue. Ph. monthly 11600. Seeing is believing 6DUPLEX livery, especially north of 79th . . E-
691-4785. call Aetna Realty WANTED .
HELP Street. Serving Opa-locka for
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph. FHA FINANCINGLOW more information call 696- R
757-5724 7 DOWN PAYMENT U. S. CIVIL SERVICE ,
open days.
,
FHA $800 down modern CBS 7516 days, evenings 693-0242
NORTH MIAMIBEACHAREA. JOBS
duplex. Both sides have Fla. A
BROKERS INVITED Men and Women
3425 NW 176th Terrace CBS
rooms, tile roof, terr. floors,
jal. windows and appliancesfor 3 bedroom Florida room, Call J. Z. 587-2470 18- 55

both apartments. On large fenced, FHA $13,900, $850.00 ., Start as high as $4,680 first MISCEL.LANEOUSDraperies T

corner lot.TUBIN REALTORS down (Vets $500)) monthly SINGER SLANT-O-MATIC year. U. S. citizens only.
ZIG ZAG $9 Gramma school education usually taken down 0
7906 NW 7th Avenue Phone $90.10. Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! ,
691-4785. Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW Like new. Sold for over $300 sufficient. Keep your cleaned, decorator folded and

54th Street, Phone: 757-5724, Fancy designs. No attach- present Job while training. For rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery .
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-3 BEDROOM open 7 days. ments needed Guaranteed. free information and list of Service, 887-8022. (indef) .RS

2380 NW HlstStreet Reliable person makes 10 pay positions for which we train,

Best buy for this size home. ments of$9 will take older ma- call in Miami 758-0501 or mail

Will be painted to specification AUTOMOBILE chine in trace. Call CREDIT coupon to; ALPHA 905 Buena PIT BARBECUE
66 pointiac GTO, silver with MANAGER day ornight we de- Vista Station 33137 Miami
Hardwood floors, $400 down, Complete meal to go home .NOW
headers
4 .
black interior. speed -
liver. 685-1564.
$100 to vets 221 no closing wheels Fla. style. Also meats: ,pigeon peas
3-2's, cam, mag NAME and rice NO FXPERIENCBRIETY NECESSARY: "
cost. See, call Owner Broker salads, vegtables,
stereo 7540977.WSIaPS20HitS '
tape. 'UL.J. HOURS
693-2631. etc. Good and tasty. Treat- OFF

SEWING MACHINESAll ADDRESS U-Right TakeOut Foods. 'H N APPLY J Aw..
makes and models. origi- I1! N 2 Ay .
Corner 62nd and 22nd Avenue 9101 l S Vi. 74 M.
!! !! nal guarantee plus 1 year free
C CITY STATE NW. Open weekends. Open holidays Saturday
service. No credit check, no at downtown locationAn

gimmicks. Call for home dem- PHONE AGE tnunl Ooporlunitv lmr\n\ <"f
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01 GOSPEL GREATS onstration. 685-1564. FOR RENT


TM RVI BOnd Bon ol Alabama 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH Experienced operator urgently 3 offices with receptionroom. .

14StarH20HHs!1 I TM Bowel.NarnalrottsIm 16155 NW 29th Avenue needed. Sylvia's world of Fully paneled, car- MENSOUTHERN

GOSPEL GREATS I Like new CBS huge Fla. room beauty. 751-9128 or 6931766ask peted and air conditioned,

,"... Snll1tl caesar extra large lot. Large utility for Sylvia Fincher. Ideal for law office or real
; w;. swan Shertonll estate 400 NW 5th St. FR
T' I I room. $600 down FHA $200 to
idY'J j i: BLACK TALENT 35781. (N 29))
_ _' ;>z. j jarou Cleveland Vets 221 No closing cost.

' :- (a 7 j M& ali. / + T11.lndtuUonaICI1OIr See, call 693-2631. Broker- URGENTLY NEEDED
: +... l''' ,:tcJl .-- t- a Owner. Actors and actresses, for up- BELL
=. -.... '" ."'" \iii T1I8 M.dItIUOIISJD tn coming movies and commer-
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cials. Experience preferred.
3020- 3030 NW 58th Street Call 758-7601 for appointment HOME AWAY

20 GOSPEL MUSIC GREATS THAT WILL LIVE FOREVER Like new, 2 bedroom, living

//gin. listening to 14 of t/le III tim'greats of O".pel Mul'C each IlnOlng ere.leole. one ofN room, dining room, large kit- FROM HOME .* &RHRIIUUII
'1 beaul.ful'' Gospel Id" evir
g.tet n tf..all 0" Iwo of the most You Tourist AccommodationsDo
..
befo,. nos thane such amazing money Nv.ny oppotunI" down
bee" .n HOld On Me." chen tile bath, only$400 ,
Got a ,
yet such never to be for ott.n 00sp.19reatf II "Som.I"nOI FLOOR
Trouble WAXERS. TOP PAY.
Oon t..B. Afra.d,'' P 1 th. L. o'o: ; Trying Lord. When great $100 to vets 221. no closing you have a friend or re-
90..One
Co mes. JU-: 14 and on they
L.an.nq On and
; ,. 374-5444.
than one lavtive ? Beautiful
.MOrl visiting
ROUT" hit after tne other, : .One great slar ether the ot" appreciate NOW cost. See call owner 693-2631
01 Gospel Mu.C at Its very best. YOU can't lO"'bIY ,
home for Dail
bi.ut+ful 1 t ,. without h.aring it. Sind for .t private rent. y NO EXPERIENCE

r G OLD MEDAL OF INWOOD.-; O;pt. MR.D :-,:::;;:- .,:;;:v: 11i9iI HOUSEMEN basis.Air cond.,Wa U/wall NECESSARY
I PlUM' rush by return mail postpaid the 14 st"s'' 20 HIts of GospelMusic. 1 RUMMAGE SALE Day work-prestige hotel.Uni- carpet, all utilities furn. APPLY:
delighted. Enclosed or you I*will 2.98 refund and my Gold money.Medal pays poit9 I must De Wearing apparel, dishes, forms, fringe benefits, good including garage, TV & 345 N.E. 2nd Ave.

I D Kindly ship C.O.O. Collect on delivery $2.9' plus P.P.. C.O.D. I IO household items novelties, food. If you have transportation Phone. 8325 N.E..2nd Av,.

p"i* tend me..Fr.."Gold Medal't latest Hair,Beauty and Gosoel. I II etc. Friday and Saturday from and reliable and sober.A Shown by Appoint. Call 90.m.to5 9101 S.W. 24th St.
Catalog. cR-1 619 NE 87th St. (rear) 691-5283 Open half daysSaturdays
I 9 a.m. steady Job waits for you. p.m. or

.... ........ ...... ... ... . I II DIPLOMAT HOTEL Evenings & Weekends:
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:I Address.:..=:::::_: =::...::::.:::::.: Ditto Model Machine 210. Call and 693-2838 stand. Apply Lower Personnel Office Only 696.2538 (N29)) IIIwrt'IPMclmlf, l.elelt l ) <

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