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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: December 6, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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$Millions To Rebuild Miami

I From Ghetto To Bay !

Mia ml s ghetto will not be asked to float a bond issue of begin with purchase of two TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTA
forgotten in the city's multi- $50 million to $75 million to blocks to be redevloped as -- i'
million dollar plan to revita- get started on the downtown low rent housing. fol.' 46, No. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRA 1968
lize and rebuild the downtown rehabilitation program which
section. This fact was clearly has been discussed for years. -- ""

pointed out on ,Tuesday when The procedure would be for : Ex-Mental Patient
the Greater Miami Chamberof V
the City Commission to put the 1\
Commerce board of governors question on the ballot for a de-
recommended that the cis \:
city moVe with dispatch in ( lonbyfreeholdersproperty owners). M : ; .( Held In Murder "
its o Ii!
getting mammoth project .
The new plan would incor- .
underway.Led I ; (
porate projects on which the
by/Miami News editor is with .
city already working Of Secretary
Bill Baggs,chamber members
the government, such as establishment ,
urged'the group to take a of a government II
broader view and go all out in center around the I '
existing ,I,;" A pretty Broward County .r
its recommendations before -\ '
Dade co ur thouse and construction ?
: Secretary was strangled to
the City Commission Dec. 18.
of a downtown junior ''''
death Monday and Fort
"Sure, parks are for people college across NE 1st Avenue 4 Lauderdale police are holdingher 1
said Baggs, but that doesn't from the old Federal Building. ex- f1nace at Broward
mean a blooming thing to Some of the projects high on General Medical Center.

people in the ghetto.Why don't the priority list for 190 include ..,.,"!'.II!,.
we think larger than Just the : 'f0 1'" Marlann Matthews, 22, a
park? COCONUT GROVE.Some rehabilitation ,., ; secretary at Lincoln Park
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and s e w e r i n g is :)\ lementary School, was found
"I think we ought to considerthe scheduled, but most of the effort dead in her car by her sister.
ghetto, the central core will be devoted to planning She had last been seen alive as
area,"' he continued. "I think and to overcoming strong resistance ," she drove her 43-year-old-ex
we ought to go to the city of to the whole idea by fiance, Harold Vinson,to his
Miami and say we should go for some property owners and home at 535 NW 2nd Ave. MARIANN MATTHEWSget
broke on this thing. We have landlords.

145,000 blacks, and goodness MODEL CITY Sewers will Police said Vinson, an Outpatient my gun, rilkellthemall,"
knows how many Cubans living be laid in about one-quarter of at the county psychiatric and was later taken to the
here. the Din square--mUe tracts clinic in West Palm hospital.

"We are a minority com- tr a d d ing the Miami-Metro Beach, was picked up in a Charles Matthews, Mari-
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munity," Baggs said, "and I boundary. Planning is already drugstore at 11 p.m. Monday, ann's brother, describe Vin-
think we would be amiss and underway for uplifting the entire MISS ALCORN Miss Ora Dean Marshall, an half anhour after thee son as "extremely Jealous'and

not living up to our orginal area. elementary education major from Liberty, Mississippi girl's body was discovered. said that the girl had broken -
aims if we only recommend a EDISON PARK. Rehabilitation her engagement with the
and a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will
facility for convention visitorsas of the area bounded by Police added he was acting man several days ago.
cheer her team to victory (?) Saturday night in the
our beginning 1-95, N.W. 62nd St., the FEC "irrational" and was scream- Friends believed Miss
The City of Miami will be tracks and N.W. 53rd St. will Orange Bowl against the FAMU Rattlers. ing into a telephone, "Don'tlet Matthews changed her mind

R them kill me, M a m a, about marrying Vinson and had
He was taken to police head- Just informed him of her

: Cassius Clay' Still Negro Elected To Lakeland quarters screaming, "Mama, decision Monday night.

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: Talking., Too Much City-. CommissionLAKELAND - ..,. ... --- - .. Mississippi PostkQffi.ces ., l

Dr. John;,S.,..Commissioner W.J. "Jack" -
Just when we thought house if she does not believe Jackson was elected to the city* .Day. ,..OJ ,' ., '
cassius (Muhammad'All)Clay 100 per cent'in the Black Muslim commission in 'a runoff, Jackson has' lived here 19 Opening Negroes: Mail

was settling down and Joining religion. She'll be raised election ot become the city's years and is a member' of the P'k'
the human race again, he pops to k i c k off the evil that first Negro elected off leal. Lakeland Zoning Board of Adjustments WASHINGTONClvUrights The letters were sent to the
off but good in the current America and Christianity and Appeals, a postto workers in Mississippi have Post Office Laboratory, and a
issue of the National Enquirer preach...My daughter won't Jackson, a physician and which he was named by Day complained to the Post Office spokesman said the complaints
Newspaper. grow uplnAmerica,.. because surgeon, defeated former in 1967. Department that their mall has will be investigated.
America will be burned to the been open and sometimes not The first checks will go backto
ground in the next 13 years... even delivered. the government agenciesthat

fIr m the greatest boxer in ,:Will, Metro Takeover Discr/minafe mailed the informational
the whole world. Now I hope '; 0:; Two representatives of the letters on how to apply for
and pray that I become the : Southern Christian Lead- federal funds.
Against EOPI Workers?
greatest Black Muslim father <' ership Conference met with The SCLC workers also
in the world..." 'V V AN EDITORIALOn Henry B. Montague, chief wanted a change from rural to
postal inspector. Theybrought citydelivery inLambert,
gaCASSIUS Monday, December 2, 1968. an ordinance was introduced along two letters with taped Miss., where they charge that
'before the>County Commission which was unnoticed by most,but envelopes delivered in Marks Negroes do not always get
,is of great concern to us. That ordinance would exempt from Miss. their mail.
merit system classification all or any portion personnel In
federally subsized programs under county direction. We are,
K 'concerned about this ordinance for several reasons;
1 One, although it is not mentioned, it is obviously aimed at, ::1
.'the personnel of the Economic Opportunity Program, Inc.
(;(EOP1), which will soon come under county jurisdiction. CANONIZED DEC. 15

Secondly, while county officials protest that this ordinance A distinguished honor
I would not do the substantial harm to EOPI personnel, we would( comes to the, Rev. TheodoreR.
i of like to raise some questions about its effect., Gibson on Dec. 15 when he 4'4 VI
will be formally invested with
We would ask; if personnel in this category will accure tenure -;
the robe and rank of canon in
in the county ? Will EOPI
same manner as other personnel
a ceremony at his church in
The'article reads: "Clay personnel the same rights of appeal in grievance matters ,Coconut Grove. \)

tells how he plans to raise his has I; other county staffers? As county employees, would EOPI The militant minister who I .,
daughter, born last June 18,to staff members have the right to make lateral transfers to other, I pioneered the civil rights

hate white people." Coaches' county agencies without loss of time, previouslY' served j struggle in Dade County while ..

"My daughter, Mar yum," OBC :serving as pastor of Christ

Clay promises, "will never And Players' i-: ]Episcopal Church is the fist ,
shake hands with a white ''' residents 1 1 black man so honored in the
It Is '11-known: that some 85%of 1 employees are -; '\
person. She will be taught that Dinner Speaker I j; of areas served by the program and are themselves poor* J Diocese of South Florida ando
the white man is a devil and jI These employees looked on the security of Metro Civil Service -,< ,I I n e of the very few in the
she will never Integrate."I li om m Ie Loudd, the first |I' 'as a.shield against another diasterous five-week period I nation In medieval times canons
will put her out of my Negro exe.cutiv e,,in the ''of no pay, which occurred last year. We wonder what will The honorary rank has been 1 were members of bishop's
American Football League, happen to staff morale if that security appears not to exist, I conferred by Bishop Henry I. i staff who were delegated"to
will be guest speaker at the i' ", I Lout tit of the South Florida arry his authority into out lying -
Classic Parade Sixth Annual Coach a s'anG'!': We..vie wed, with considerable optimism the availability ofMetroes' ]Diocese "1 1 recognition of the i areas.
Players' Dinner December j; training resources as a training device to provide upward -;. J Rev. Gibson's leadership in Suffragan Bishop James L.

Route. 6th, at the Barcelona Hotel, ., mobility to Dade County Negroes. We felt mat it would I the cause of Justice and freedom ]Duncan will perform the investiture -
allow, them to move cpward"through all branches of Metro
: in human relationsi .
Miami Beach. The Coaches'and i
Staging areas will be at Mi- Government. Wo feel that this ordinance would severely. limit
Players' Dinner Is one of
a m i Northwestern Sr. High :their ability to do this,
the many events being held
SchooL during the 36th Annual Orange :finally, we take considerable exception to the povertyprojgram CHRISTMAS GREETING AD
The route of the parade Is as PLACE YOUR
staff which bas a considerable number of,black employees ";
Blossom Classic Festivities
follows; in separate and apart from
Starting point 71st St. and December 6-7. The Florida [ being placed NOW FOR OUR BIG CHRISTMAS EDITIONTO
: AiM Rattlers will &. rMdUfttr* Gw rarawiet o roust: realizefat, t EOP.
7th Avenue; South on 7th Ave. University and s .eollllD&AIId
" ttdmtjifopams ate
to 62nd St. West on 62nd St. meet the Alcorn A&M College / BE PUBLISHED DECEMBER 20. '
; i t.., tot tril_ i. ca'civil m
to IStn Ave. North on 15th Braves at a o'clock p.m. Dec.I -
; arst . .. or'h.\ .
Ave to 71st St. and disband 7th, ia tie spacloai Orange CALL 691-0421
wits. k Bowl Stadium. V .. ', ,i.tiMft

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capacity Crowd of 2500 dents of Independent Colleges ed byDr.SusieC.Holley, Mrs. State Convention, Rev. J.A.F. a
students, visits/ /fnfi>tsters as d., Universities of Floridai Annie Brigham and Mrs.Han- Finlayson, president;the Pro-
faculty an0 mrepfs, fflrefrthegymnast ir nU of$t jFlorJda3j!I lite private, institutions in this tive presidents. A meeting of vention, Dr.J. C.Sams,president -
Memorial College last Frid 'y state. the National Alumni Associa- and the Missionary Edu-
to hear Dr. Milton K.Curry of Events at the college start- tion, Luther Dean Lee, presi- cational State Convention, Dr. I
Bishop College, Dallas, ed at 9:30 a.m. with the meet- dent, and S. W. Baker, execu-
Texas, give the major addressin Ing of the Board of Directorsof tive secretary, also took
the dedication ceremoniesof the Baptist'General State place. iP1w
the four year liberal arts Convention and the Women's Concomitant with these rE
school which recently relocated Auxiliaries of the convention meetings was a morning meet-
to Miami, from St. Augus- plus that of the Missionary and ing of the Independent Collegesand ,
Educational Convention and Universities of Florida.At r aa
participating in the the Progressive Baptist State 10 a.m. meetings were
ceremonies were the presi Convention. These were guid- held of the Baptist General
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. Dedicatory AddressA.

H. Parker, president. __ .. ____on
The academic proces-
sion for the dedicatory convocation Her Highness Veronica Hicks/ "Miss FAMU" for the

commenced at 1p.m. 1968-69 school year at Florida A&M University, will//

and was led by Walter Ford- reign supreme over the Tampa Stadium Saturday night,
ham chairman of the college
physical education depart- November 30, with the FAMU Rattlers facing the tough
m c ; Southern from Houston.
ment, Dr. Royal W. Puryear, Texas Tigers
a tlM FMC president and Rev. Ed- The 36th Orange Blossom Classic will be played in

r a .K ward T. Graham, chairman of Miami's spacious Orange Bowl Stadium Saturday night,
the Board of Trustees.The December u, with the Rattlers playing host to the Alcorn/

procession Included A&M College Braves from Lorman, Miss.

numerous notables prominent Miss Hicks is a secretarial science major from Miami
? among which were Mayor and the daughter of Mrs. Alice Lumpkin who resides at
it Chuck Hall, Commissioner M. 3303 Grand Ave. in Miami.NABOHR.
Athalie Range, Dr.Henry King

DEDICATION CEREMONIES AT FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE last Stanford, president of the University Awards IThe I

Friday were lead left to right, by Dr. Milton K. Curry, president of Bishop o f Miami, Sister M. .
Dorothy, president of Barry North American Baha'i half of human rights, with the
College, Dallas, Texas, who was the guest speaker, Dr. Royal W. Puryear, College and Father Ralph Office For Human Rights (N- presentation of the Louis G.

FMA president, Archie Charney of the United States government Health, Education Shuler, president of Biscayne ABOHR), will climax a year Gregory Award to Mr. ClarkM.
and Welfare Dept., and Rev. Edward T. Graham, chairman of the FMC College.Dr. of extensive activities on be- Eichelberger and to Xerox
Board of Trustees. Announcement was made that President-elect Richard M. A. H. Parker,presidentof Corporation for their serviceto

Nixon ytcula Visit the college", catrpus'sometime 1 in the future. the M & E Convention gave library; Rev. A. B. Coleman, humanity.The .
/1 the invocation and Harold C. the classroom building; Dr.

r- . . ... . . . *.* * *. Bennett, executive secretary- Susie C. Holley the teaching at a awards b a nquettobeheldDecember will be presented -
treasurer of the Florida Bap- auditorium, Bernard Leverity
iCiC tist Convention rendered the president of the Florida Me- 10, Human Rights
at the Washington Hilton
benediction. morialCollege Men's Senate, ,
IJ<' "" ..w. Other addresses were made the science building; James Hotel, Washington, D.C. Mr.
by Dr. Puryear,Rev.Graham, Farmer, vice-president of the Eichelberger, Chairman the
f New name... : Mayor Hall, James Boynton, Florida Memorial College Commission to Study the Or-
president of the Student Student GovernmentAssn.the ganization of Peace, is being

Government Assn., Mrs. physical education building; honored for his accomplish-
1 ments in the field of human
-! Helene Boslohvicechairmanof Mrs. Hannah J. Miller, the
New acilities.l .. : the Dade County Board of music building; Mrs. Dorothy rights over a period of years.

-.- . Public Instruction, Luther Vaught, first vice-president, Xerox Corporation was
-T- 4t Lee, Dr. A. B. Coleman,vice- Women's Division, Progressive selected because of its spon-
ill president of the Baptist Baptist Convention, the sorship of the Televisionseries
General State Convention, Dr. i "Of Black America;;
New a conditioning but 1 ing
spirit of banking ; Robert Harry Spiro,presidentof Mrs. Annie Brigham,the temporary and its other outstanding
behalf of human
Jacksonville Univer- efforts on
dinning hall and Miss
service to the : sityArchie Charney, repre- Margaret Ann Brown, presi- rights.
senting the department of
dent of the Florida Memorial The Louis G. Gregory
Health, Education and Wel- College Women's Senate, the Award Is named in honor of a
-' wM community... : fare, Washington, D. C., Rev. 33 H a bit a s units, which are Black American, who servedon
>v. a Robert B. Carter and Rev. now being used for temporary the first U.S. national Ba-
Marion C. Bascom ministerof
housing. and
ha'i administrative body,
the Douglas Memorial Community Presentation of the to
keys was a leader in human rights
Church, Baltimore, the college were made by for- activity during the early yearsof

Md.Ribbon mer vice-mayor of Miami this century.The .
cutting ceremonies Beach and contractor for the award, a unique design,
dedicating the college build- college, Robert Turchln. is an orginal piece by the noted
ings were shared by Dr. J. C. The ceremonies were con- American sculptor and Baha'i
Sams, the administrative cluded with a reception in the Vernon Voelz ofSarasota,
building; Dr. A.H. Parker,the library and a guided tour. Florida.


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f THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 6, 1968 3

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II Sociology Students Get On The Job TrainingForty 1
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volunteers, students ter in teacher aide or tutor- The pilot project,whichbe- ed elective. Many of these "," / ,. ., .,. !
in Sociology 204 at Miami Dade ing programs, or on Saturday gan early in September, is volunteers must fit their four 'iI'" ff 'tI k + r
Junior College North, spend mornings conducting recrea- another program in line with the hours a week between classes ;

four hours a week working with tional programs at play- college's interest in invole- and part-time jobs.Theproject'is. ."'4tIf!
children who need help. In grounds.The ment in the community.GeraldL. ..
Living Laboratory' situa- students agree to worka Sicard, sociology insturctor modeled
tions, they put in their time in minimum of 40 hours duringthe who heads the project, along the same lines as Miami- 1

Headstart schools, Day Care term, in lieu of writing a works mainly with EOPI in Dade's John F. Kennedy Me- I ".

I Centers, the Children's Cen- term paper placing the students. morial program under which tr'
"We hope to have many students serve as pre-school

i-r--- more volunteers next term, teacher aides in hard-core .. ,............ -
and other agencies with whomto poverty areas while majoring "' ... M>'. .
place them" be says. in education at M-DJC.For

Most of these students are JFK scholarship winners, the
education or social work ma- pay is $1.60 an hour.ForSOC
jors. For the latter SOC 204 is 204 volunteers, the pay is 0.
a required course for educa- But then there's no term

tion majors, it is a recommen- paper r ,

S Bahamas ministerOf k4\ F TiIL 4 ', ,.I\\

Education i 1 1ur

I May Quit PLP 113 ,

NASSAU, Bahamas. cabinet ministers were fired.In .
Prime Minister Lynden Pind- the final hours of the
ling Saturday said he is prepared PLP's three-dayconventionin

to accept the resignation Nassau Saturday, party leader .- M1-"' .. -
of his minister of education Pindling said, "I presume
Gold Medal
Olympic Winner
following a dispute within the that the minister of educationis

ruling Progressive Liberal a man of his word. There- Will Be Honored At OBC
Party(PLP). fore I would expect and am
- ' Cecil Mildrette Netter, Alcorn Ait M College's sensational track
Wallace-Whitfield, prepared to accept his resig-
star, won a gold medal in the 400 meter relay. Mildrette was
THIS IS THE WAY WE WASH THE DISHES. education minister in the nation."
the first Mississippi co-ed to win a gold medal in any Olympic
Carolyn Price, wife of Dolphin fullback Sam Price, Pindling administration since Following rousing cheers event.
April, is said to have threat-
from party members Pind
spends one afternoon a week at the Mt. Zion Bap- ened to In preparation for the Olympics the 20 year old co-ed in 24
resign unless two other ling added . "unless of
tist Church Child Opportunity Center. course, this was a mere events won first place 19 times, finished second place three
times and third place twice. She also won the AAU Junior Na-
.. _.. -- ---- bluff. tional Championship in both 100 meter and 200 meter events.
Wallace-Whitfield then took
A native of Rosedale, Mississippi, Mildrette is a sophomore .
the floor of the convention and
at Alcorn and will be honored by Florida AIM University dur-
told the minister "I
ing the 36th Annual Orange Blossom Classic, December 7th.
can tell you that it was not a
mere bluff."

A T ... rl i b.aa The dispute began last week Wallace-Whitfield. whether to hand his resig-
t 4n when 15 PLP backbenchersan Pindling said the dismissalof nation to Pindling. A decisionis I
unidentified cabinet member Levarity and Thompson was expected early next week. ;
demanded that Pindling fire demanded on grounds of

Internal Affairs Minister "general Inefficiency and in EEOCFIGHTS
Jeffrey Thompson and Out- effectiveness."
Island Affairs Minister War- At the end of the convention DISCRIMINATIONIN

'ren Levarity. It only became Saturday, Wallace- Whitfield' 111 JOBS Equal Employment i
known Saturday that the unidentified said he would have to consulthis Opportunity Commission e
1800 G St. NW. Wash. D..C. 20506
minister was colleagues before deciding



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s fleet of ond.collectors door door
j P A cars gin to .rvlee'for
y tenants convenience

A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent

n.a lY M. 1i y1y{ N St free,"furnished qnd, air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.
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Tenants concern will stop vandalism andreducethecostofhousing.


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p 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617
20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553
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605( NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 .

3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381

512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandole WA 7-2434

339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434

f HON.. L. L. BROOKS, President
year, Florida Memorial College,. by, left ,to right, Mrs. Hanna B. Miller,> pre. GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager
sident of the Progressive Baptist Convention for Florida; Dr. Susie Holley,
CHARLES A. LOCKHART Public Relations
president of the Women's Auxiliary General Baptist State Convention, and Director 1It

Mrs,' Annie Brigham, president of the Missionary & Educational Auxiliary
Florida. The occasion was the dedication convocation for Florida Memorial' ; :f fli I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks

College last Friday.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday December 6, 1968 _

America The Beautiful ? To Be Equal


skies for amber waves of t grain; Whitney M. Young Jr.
"0h beautiful for spacious ty
Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 331C7-Phone i 691.0421 for purple mountains majesty above the fruited plain.America -

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher America, God shed his grace on Thee. . What "dream-all Executive DIf'edorNaUonal Urban League
GARTH C, REEVES, Managing Editor ers" your fore-fathers must have been! Either they were --

STANLEY .I. iWEETINC. Theatrical Editor on hallucinatory drugs, or were children"searching
National for an appropriate setting in which to live their fairytales Burden On BusinessThere
Advertising Representative carefree From
of life was rewarding and
Every aspect
Amalgamated Publishers, I nc--: foundations of freedomand
310 Madison Avenue New the soils of this magical land grew the been considerable speculation
York N. Y. 10017 the sweat and has about how
Member of the National for all the same soil made fertile by Presi I
Newspaper ,
to tackle the
Association dent-elect Nixon plans problems of
filled epilogue d durban
2400 S. little fiction- poverty
Michigan Avenue that in their
Chicago, III. 60616 blood of slavery. Funny "shed his decay when he takes office In January.
they made no mention of the fact that God also

ONE YEAR $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 -.FOREIGN $6.00 blood on thee, and ironic as it may seem, the blood was inevitable Most observers seem to think he will put special emphasis

if "grace" was to follow. on the private sector. That means fewer federal programs-
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9 is prevalent in the with tax ;
1927 at the Pos Even today "blood-Grace" concept more business involvement, breaks for
Office companies
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8 traditionally
the inevitable trend In training the
American society. This against that participate unemployed or rebuilding slums,
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The ordered by an inborn infestation of greed for power and
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead self-destructive phenomena seems to be the It would be courting disaster to assume that federal pro.
dominance. This
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords which danced in the grams that have done so much to take millions of people off!the
to "visions of sugarplums"
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human result of the few be
rolls in the past years can ended and
and legal rights. of the past. povery the )job:
Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro heads of those story-book characters
Press strives to ,help every man. In the firm belief that all men The historical prestige of this country is based on its socalled turned over to private enterprise. As New York's Republican
are hurt as long as Is held Goodell said the other
anyone back. "Democratic Principles" which have,however,exhibited Senator Charles E. day:
racial attitudes have "I think we will delude ourselves and delude the people live
varying degrees of selectivity. Rigid
Ic ditor'5 uebw kIn been systematically affixed to and deeply rooted into the think that any kind of private-enterprise" programs will be a

American society. The result of this scheme will prove to be a substitute for direct federal programs.

costly one one which has watered the "seeds of revolution'that that doesn't mean private Industry can't
New York Mr.Woodrow W. Carter,a Veteran Negro child But play larger
welfare administrator who has devoted much of his time to the were carefully planted during the long, hot days of total role; It has to If the current crisis Is to be solved. The fed-

problems of minority young people, has been appointed for Black oppression, slavery.These seeds,continuously fertilized eral government can't abdicate its responsibility to devise

specializing field service on the staff of the executive council by social, economic and political traditionalism,are sopotentwith massive programs to end poverty and rebuild the cities, but it

of the Episcopal Church by the Rt. Rev. John E. Hines, an internal vigor manifested in the historical stockpilingof can't succeed without the active participation of the business
only as a
latent conflict that further fertilization serves
Presiding Bishop of the church. community.Its .
He will serve as an associate of Mrs. Robert Webb, director catalyst to an Inevitable "sociological explosion." Once the first responsibility Is to provide more Jobs and to remove

of the church's newly created section for experimental and soil is pierced the seed will explode, mushrooming tremendous Its long-standing racial barriers. While crude bigotry !bless

specialized services, a program devoted primarily to the development heights; breathing from within the depths, the agony of in evidence today than every before, hiringpracticesare still

o f church programs of action and ministries to times past. discriminatory due to tests and hiring standards that discriminate
special groups. It is quite appalling that with all symptons of revolution against the victims of miseducation in ghetto schools.

Mr. Carter received distinctively visible in American Society, no realistic effortsare have abandoned unrealistic
an A.B. degree from Howard ..University Many corporations testing procedures
and a Master's degree Social,Work from Hunter College being made to supply the cure to its insane social and political and hiring standards. They've also participated in

New York. He also attended the University of Michigan and structures. There is a continuous,acceptance of a value training programs and ghetto recruitment, while promoting
system captioned by "materialistic ritualism" encouragedby
University. Negroes already on their staffs.
For the past three years he has been an area administrator political forces radiating from a well established capitalistic An example of what has been done Is the success of Henry

in the bureau of Child Welfare, City of New York and for nine hierarchy. One which parasitically strives on the economic Ford's National Alliance of Businessmen, a group composedof
worth of the working classes. High conformity with this tendency
years before that he was a case worker and later a supervisor some of the top business leaders In the country. They have
in the bureau of Child Welfare.OKLAHOMAH'S. to exploit the oppressed and discriminately distributethe Just announced that 12,000 firms have hired 60,000 long-time
God-given resources of this affluent nation Is mockedly
unemployed workers and given them on the Job training, many
inconsistent with the poetic terminology used to describe the
NEGRO JUDGEThe American ideology. through federal assistance programs.
But business can't be content Just to provide jobs It's got to
Oklahoma, Republican Governor Dewey Barlett has appointed The spirits of my ancestry have arisen from the cold, shallow become involved to getting important social legislation through

Charles L. Owens, former Tulsan as the first Negro graves adjacent to the plantations on which they toiled, and the Congress too. David Rockefeller recently urged that businessmen

Judge in the state. He will serve the unexpired term of Okla Infiltrated the "souls" of their successors. Their loud,pain- lobby for such legislation in housing, education, and
homa's County District Judge Boston W. Smith who resigned.The filled cries echo In the minds of Blacks everywhere; "Tve employment.

term will expire in January 1971. He will go to the bench Been Buked and I've Been Scorned! Cautioning that liberation Businessmen have great influence In our country. Theyare
December 1st. accompanied by indoctrination is a meaningless gift. Reaffirming
community leaders and when they speak, legislators listen.
In a telegram to the Oklahoma Eagle concerning Owen's ap- that life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness does go hand Washington swarms with lobbyists whenever there is a bill be-

pointment, Governor Barlett said, "I am especially proud of and hand..and declaring that only with this will God grant his fore Congress that affects business' interests. It's time that

the enviable record of public service he has compiled. In the grace, thus completing the "fairy-tale" of long ago. . "And such lobbying pressures be brought to bear on the subject that
days since his appointment was announced, several highly respected crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea!" concerns the very survival of American industry--the rehabilitation

Oklahomans have expressed to me their delight in his of the cities.

selection and their confidence in his ability I shire that confidence Rockefeller proposed setting up a Business Committee for
and I know Mr. Owens will bring honor to Oklahoma.RAIFORD'S .
Social Progress that mobilize the opinions and resources -
POOR "poor girls"Henri
of the business community behind workable approaches -
to the urban problems and then persuade the new

United States District Judge William A. McRae has ruled Bendel, the fashion tycoon who knows as much about Administration and Congress to do things that must be done."

that the states correction director must show cause by December these things as anyone and more than must,has predicted that
30 why the court should not declare Florida's death pen the fashionable look in the season almost upon us will be that of This proposal recognizes that private enterprise can't do the
whole Job alone and that federal action Is I don'tknow
the "poor girl." necessary.
alty illegal or that it was administered illegally
If Judge Rae's opinion Is upheld, 50 prisoners now on Rai- Mr. Bendel, preparing for his own prediction to come true, how accurate speculations about President-elect Nixon's
has offered his contribution to plans are, but the business community ought to take Mr.
ford's death row may escape the chair. own the upcoming new look. The
This case results from an action filed by Attorney Tobias Poor Girl of 1968, according to her would-be creator, will Rockefeller's word to heart and call for incentives to help

Simon of Miami representing the American Civil Liberties wear a drab dress,unornamented,with long sleeves. high neck, business do more In the way of creating Jobs for the unemployed
Union on behalf of several prisoners.LETTERSto plain white collar,plain belt Intheold-timeplace. The favored and for massive federal action to end poverty and rebuild

color will be dull black or dingy gray.The outfit faintly recalls our dying cities.PHIL .

the frocks said to have been worn In 19th Century orphanagesof
the third class.

'EDITOR Fashion is always out to astonish and the Poor Girl Look

succeeds In this primary effort, even though itdoes so in re OSSOFERThe

", verse. The dress dazzles by being so undazzling. it remindsus
once again how the simple pleasures of the poor arouse Communists are con tims of the "black ball."If we

envy in the hearts of the rich,whether the pleasure be bouillabaisse sidered to be experts at brain are "black-hearted." Bypro-

A VERY SIMPLE MORE Shaker furniture or Georgetown residence. washing, but they are only jecting white as good and black

Presumably because the real .poor girl dresses would not newcomersin this 'Yield. as evil in reference to the
EMPLOYMENT PLAN be authentic enough, Mr. Bendel's imitation is price-tagged at Brainwashing must be as old color of a man's skin, we are

$259, an admirable touch of distinction and one that promises as history ril explain this in distorting the symbolism in

Mr. Garth Reeves further authenticity by helping the poor girl's poor dad or poor black and white.Everything tended.
There are more older men dying than younger men able to husband along the road to poverty. Washington Star that Is good . To,un-br a In wash"our
take their place in Building trades as well a in other American color it white. All that Is evil selves, we might concentrateon

industries. ? color it black. Why? Who those areas where black
In our country, most men over 21 years old are not eligible knows? In the beginning It may means good. For instance,

for apprenticeship programs. Unless a man has connections have been the simplest to black soil Is richer and makes
Dear Editor
he has little chance of becoming a Journeyman. As a symbolize good and evil Un- better farm land. Black ink
result, employers can only hire a fewapprenticesbecause the Please forgive me for taking up your valuable time. I am a doubtedly the gives the white paper upon
curse of Ham
unions limit the number of men they accept. Japanese girl and I am very eager to find pen friends in your has had a great influence which It Is Imprinted its reason

If government would require each Journeyman to be assisted country.I (through for and thosebeau-
misinterpretation ,
by an apprentice, a large number of Jobs would be created. in touch am writing with to you in the hope that you can help me to get unbalancing thescalesbe-) in tiful photographs (beth color

Many men now on public welfare rolls would be given the satisfaction them tween black and and black and white) which we
I'd like to white human
of supporting themselves.Young men unable to find Jobs exchange Information about student life and vari- beings. take with cameras, could
after finishing high school or technical school could look for ous topics In our everyday life and to discuss current inter- the Is a fallacy, for not have been developed without
, national problems. I peoples of that day and
promise be a faithful
ward to a brighter future. friend and: cor of the dark
This plan could be put into Federal, State, County and City respondent-to any boy or girl who wishes to be my pen friend but place were not white and black, the blackness

regulations It would require all contractors to follow the plan. I hope you can pass my letter on to a youngperson my age brown.were of various shades of room. concentrate on suchitems
. from If we
who would like Semitic
to have tanto
Costing the government virtually nothing,it would reduce welfare a pen friend In Japan or perhaps publish .- Nubian will know thatblackis
rolls and t a k e young people with nothing to do off the my name In your esteemed paper. I thank you very much no t black. ..and they were beautiful, we that It "belongs
streets. for your kind cooperation. segregated from one another ,
and that It Is neither Inferioror
This plan would directly benefit the ultimate consumer. AI' 139 3
Chome Strangely evil.
Journeyman and an apprentice could take the place of two journeymen Sincerely enough, those who color,we
Ntshishigino of our
Chikako Nakaola joto- Kn swear that the Regardless
The reduction in overhead would be to the Scriptures Who
passed on Osaka teach God,
JapanP. white supremacy overlook are all created by
ultimate consumer. AH-
I S. Here are a few facts about myself. the Twelfth chapter of Is the All-knowing.: the
As a former union member and building contractor I feel respectHis
I a' of 13 and Numbers Wise. Should we
am girl which
this is a workable plan. years my name is Chikako Nakaoka clearly pointsoutthattwhiteistheaccursed
t t But on December 25,1 will be 14 years old. I go to Junior htgb creation HeWhosehandt-createdall
Respectfully submitted, school in Japan In Osaka. color. work Is perfect, Who

Markel Industries, Inc. My hobby Is skating in winterswimming in summer, and Still, the brainwashing goeson. men (not Just white men the)
Harry Markowitz reading. if we are refused entry into "a little lower than
an organization angels?" \
we are vic


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 6, 1968 5

Calls White Working ."




YORK. Herbert Negroes are still excluded because "
Hill, labor director of theNa- of the white worker's 1
tional Association for the obsession with race and Job BLACK DOLLAR x t'I
Advancement of Colored People status."

today accused white Hill cited several unions as 4. _
American workers and their exceptions, but criticized the : _; 7 i S
unions of Ne-
fighting against International Ladies'Garment 1 f S s
gro aspirations. Workers -- generally consid- -, t
"In rea lity, theAFLCIOhas ered among the most egalitarian M"a -
a public position on civil -- allegedly doing t
rights and a private position," much more for its mostly :m -
Hill said In an interview appearing white cutters and pressers
/ f
in the current issue of than for the nonwhites who are
Look magazine. shipping clerks and deliverymen. ,
"The public position," he DODGE DEALERS ,
declared, "is one of ostensible He also accused the Asbes- /4
support for equality; the private tos Workers Steelworkersand
position -- and the more Aluminum Workers unionsof .
important one as revealed by dragging out civil rights \
court challenges and threatened cases brought against them by 'kN-L '
strikes -- is that of bitter raising many procedural legal
Hill said that many unions '
"have become narrow, restrictive Concluded Hill: 111l STATION
protective associa- "Thirteen years after the .
tions, and the white American merger between the AFL and
working classispredominant- CIO, it is clear that unions are
ly racist. unwilling or unable to elimi-
: "This is a time of unparalleled nate broad patterns of racial ; : .
high employment," he discrimination. At best, thereis r' ."
added. "There should be a Job conspicuous tokenism, but ., '. ..... tJ -. .
I; .. for everyone--inmanycities, the Jim Crow patterns remain I " _II''' ,
j there is a labor shortage. But intact."
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Bahamian Missionary School

t To Receive EducationalTexts -

4' I I I I You're Never Too

For Trainina 'lrtil11111OPPORTUNITY() () Legal

Fi' Old To LearnThe
Jack and Claire Osborne are cational program is the only Services
two dedicated people whohave opportunity these native young
labored long and arduously to people have to better them- I HY: Leo Adder I y, Mia mi Northwestern ialized courses offered in cooperation
bring basic education to the selves and to obtain remun- 6. 4 Center Attorney Senior High Adult Education with the Small Business -
young people in Martintown, erative employment. Center, 2450 Southwest FirstSt. Administration.
Grand Bahamas. According to the Osbornesthe ., announce the opening of Pre employment training
It.. To supplement their meager training has received such Business LicensesAnyone registration for the spring tri- classes are offered to those
school supplies the students of support and aid that its grad- mester. New classes begin on planning to enter the fields of
11' Prospect Hall Secretarial uates are being employed Monday, January 6, 1968. The auto mechanics, major appli-
School for Girls in Ft. Lauderdale throughout the Islands,especially seriously considering organizing a new business,or registration office is' open ance repair, electronics, air ,.
r f have gathered more in Freeport. where the takingover an existingone'sought or another will be requiredto from 2 p.m. to 9:30p.m. Mon. conditioning, refrigeration -
i than a hundred shorthand,typ- demand for business and sec- open your doors and keep them swinging. day through Friday. and heating, drafting, and

ing and accounting texts to be retarial training is greatest. Most small businesses are licensed by the state, and/or The program is designed for commercial art. These
donated to the Martintown Last Hall mature adults who recognizethe 'classes have been approved -
year Prospect county, and/or city. These licenses may be tagged license
Bible and Business School. It presented the Martintown taxes, occupational taxes, franchise taxes, permits or regis- need to improve them- for veterans.
is non-sectarian and exists Bible and Business School with trations. However, the government's purpose for issuing them selves for more productive, There are many other sub-
;, solely through the efforts of a few texts which served as a remains uniformity the same; to regulate business and collect better paying: Jobs in today's jects offered such as psychology
the Osbornes and private do- 'starter' collection. However, revenue. society. The program offers clothing construction,
nations. when the Prospect Hall stu- The state, through the exercise of its police power, may many subjects j to fulfill the art, drafting, music, reading
Four years ago the schoolwas dents learned of the school's impose regulatory licenses upon certain businesses and pro- school's philosophy, "You're Improvement, and citizenship.Adult .
started under the direc- needs they formed a committee fessions to protect public health, safety, and welfare.Acquiring Never Too Old to Learn." counselors are pre-
:, tion of Mr. and Mrs. Osborne to work on the book pro- a regulatory license is a precondition to entering such Adults may earn a 16-unit pared to aid students with any
', with three students who were ject. Now they have the books businesses as banking, small loan companies, funeral direct- high school diploma through academic problem they may
i'i'k: trying to learn to type with one formerly used by graduates, Ing, nightclubs, restaurants, kindergartens, plumbing, beauty regular attendance in night have Diagnostic tests are
typewriter which had been and those presented by the salons, and barber shops. It is, also, a precondition for en- classes, or they may enroll in availabe to help place adultsin
t; presented to the school. With school and the students,ready trance to most professions such as nursing, pharmacy,dentis- a short review course to prepare the proper subject area and
:r the growth and development for shipment to the Grand Bahamas try, and law. Most regulatory-licensed businesses are subjectto to take an examinationfor level. The counselors are on
'( the MBBS, and the. personal School. periodic inspection to determine whether they are being a Florida State High School duty from 7 to 10pm. Monday
:} Interest of people like R. Students aiding in the book operated in the public's best is found not Equivalency Diploma. A complete through Friday.The .
't James Dodge, president of project who assisted R.James to be serving the best interest of the public, its license maybe business education department entire school is air-
i: Prospect Hall, the school has Dodge, president of ProspectHall cancelled, revoked, or suspended; and the owner fined and/or offers a program to conditioned. A snack bar
gradually expanded in the in preparing: the texts for Imprisoned.On aid the student whether- he or Is available for those who wanta
1 number of students being shipment to Martintown. the other hand, when a license is issued for raising reve- she wants to learn typing bite to eat before classes
,\i, trained and in equipment which Included are Linda Gordonof nue, the businessman pays: for the privilege of doing business, (manual and electric), short- start, and for refreshments at
lf-, 2265 Clematis Sarasota hand, office machines, or: break time in the middle of the
has been donated from time to and be has no other obligations.Keep .
)s' time. Florida, a private secretarial other skills needed in business evening. Two large, well-
t Today the school boasts of student; R. James Dodge, in mind that a primary purpose of licensing a busi- offices, Eight foreign lang lighted parking lots are located -
ness Is to raise One should also in mind that in
money. keep at the front of the school.
25 typewriters 1 electric president of Prospect Hall uages are taught at the Miami
t: order to continue to exercise this I.e. in
privilege, engage For information about
and 5 Secretarial School for Girls; High Adult Education Center. any
typewriter adding machines -
4: business, the governmental unit issuing the license will require of the courses to the
145 students a week Diana Henckel of 34 VincentSt. These Include Spanish, ,
now receive the Bible and ., San Fernando, Trinidad, payment: of a periodic fee. Most licenses are, usually, French, German, Italian,Ara- Miami Northwestern Senior
issued for a and can be renewed by paying: a fee and filing -
year; bic High Adult Education Centeror
Business School training. Actually West Indies, an executive secretarial Russian,Chinese,and He-
such business information that may be required for re- call 836-0991
this philanthropic edu- student. :brew. ;or the Miami
newal. It should, also, be kept in mind that without paying: a For those interested in Senior High Adult Education

How to subscribeto renewal fee a business might find itself powerless to do busi- Business and Marketing, Center, 2450 SW First St., or
ness, or to use the courts. For example,a Florida corporation, :twenty programs of study are call 642-5355 or 642-4033
I that has not paid its taxes cannot maintain legal action in the offered, including seven spec after'2 p.m.
The Miami Times courts; and any business it may conduct during such period
maybe subject to legal action.

\J..'u.T" ......-_"__.._.......-.ri....-'.-..-.............."'.........,..........................-._- -_-----------.n--.. ........-"... _.._._.._.; Some Federal agencies, also,require various types of small Fund Begins Drive I
Just complete this coupon and mail to : businesses to be licensed by them, or pay an occupational tax
as a precondition to engage in business. Internal Revenue, for A nationwide organizationwhose ness corporations and
The Miami
Times :
i example, imposes an occupational tax on certain trades and purpose is to help black churches.
i 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, FIa.33147. businesses; and requires one engaging therein to register with students finance college ..Monday'nights: dinner
the Collector of Internal Revenue of the districts) in which the careers opened its $100,000Ma kicked off the public school
( ) One year $5.00 business Is conducted. Businesses such as manufacturing, or teacher drive, headed by Dr.
enclosed'- :; v' ;" dealing in certain types of alcoholic liquors; operating bowl- Miami drive with dinner John Jones, principal of Drew
i ( ) Payment ".. .. ing alleys; or pool rooms; or using coin-operated amusement Monday night at the Everglade Junior High School.

s ( ) Bill me later. ... ... .;;.,4t .k. .'I"" \; .,, .,!'. devices are a few of the business activities so regulated. Hotel. Some 185 principals and
: 11.... Further, it is usually a violation of law for the licensee or The United Negro College teachers heard Dr. EarlStar-
0: NAME tax stamped holider to fail to display his license, or stamp in Fund, a 25-year old organiza ling principal of an Atlanta
a conspicuous place on the business premises.As tion, will conduct a three- elementary school, outline the
., ADDRESS licensing requirements vary from place to place,and pronged drive for funds funds goals and purposes.
CITY :- business to business, one should consult an attorney and the a cc or ding to James This year the UNCF is seeking -
> -.' s licensing agencies in the area before opening up for business. E. Bollard, regional director. $7 million for its 36-
:' STATE .'... ZIP f Listen to "Legal Services Presents" onWKAT, 1360on the The fund will ductdriYes member colleges and universities. -

t...........................___ .____.., ....................i.iI radio dial at 11:30 p.m. every Sunday. among Dade's teachers, busi .




6 THE LUAUI TIUpC Ff1.iAV 1 I .I Aw r 10XQ,, -
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Steering Committee MTA Orange Blossom Classic

Offers RewardThe

For OlCPronramGarth Metro Transit Authority Calendar Of EventEvents I

announced that it is offering I I
C. Reeves, presidentof Church. a $250 reward for infor- A full and exciting weekendof DECEMBER 7:
the United Black Feder- to the arrest events have been planned for 10 a.m. Brunch for the
mation leading
Rev. Kenneth Major, asso- FAMU Rattlers
ation, announced today the appointment and conviction of anyone com- the 36th Annual Orange Blossom ,opponents and
pastor Church of The officials
of a nine-man either on Classic this weekend Barcelona Hotel
Incarnation T. Willard Fair, a mitting Miami
steering committee to set up executive ; Greater board one of its buses, at any here. Here's the schedule: Beach. Awarding of
a new training in director trophy to the Rattler and
program of of its the
or any
of its
Dade County. Miami Urban League; J. Mar- garages member of the visiting team
Reeves' announcement fol- vin Smith, special assistant, on-duty personnel.In announce- DECEMBER 6: with the highest 1 cumulative

lowed closely the recent visit EOPI; Georgia Jones, member ment making MTA Chairman the Ray- 12:30 p.m. Parade promotional academic averages (courtesy
Dade County Community Relations _. of F. W. Woolworth
by Philadelphia's Rev. Leon I' mond W. Butler, Jr said, extravaganza Co.),
Sullivan to Miami when he met Board. Dorothy Dean was chosenas 12:30 Annual
.. "This new program is part of 5 p.m ('til 3 p.m. Sunday, p.m. OBC (n.
of the Soul
with black and white commun- Reeves will also serve on queen Shopping an all-out cooperative effort December 8)) Hospitality hour rade.
ity leaders in an effort to set Plaza located on NW 41st St. 3:00 p.m. "Platter
steering committee. between the MTA, the City of Sheraton Four Ambassadors party
up an Opportunities Indus- Members of the Greater MI- and 17th Avenue. Miami Police Dept. and the (courtesy of the Miami Chap Booker T. Washington High

tralization Center (OIC) here. ami Coalition, enthused about This Is the second year Mrs. Dade County Dept. of Public ter, FAMU Alumni Associa- School (sponsored by the Miami .

William Wynn,Jr.,Director Rev. Sullivan's program whichis Dean has participated in this Safety to help curb the rising tion and Carllngs, Atlanta, R. C. Cola Bottling Corn-
contest. She the title last
of Agency Operations, United now in operation in 70 cities won crime rate aboard our busesand Ga.). Hospitality hour Bar- pany).
Her attendants Vel-
Fund, will serve as chairmanof training 35,000 black peoplefor year. are at our garages." celona Hotel (courtesy of 7:45 p.m. Presentation of
ma McAllister and Yvonne
the committee which will meaningful Jobs, pledged Butler emphasized that the Schieffelin and Company, New the Fifth Annual Willie Gillmore

guide the establishment of the all resources in a drive to Bryant. $250 reward was only a part York City invitational). Memorial Football Scholarship .
This contest is
sponsored by
OIC Center here. raise $150,000 from Industryand Award. (Courtesy of
Fishman Afro-man, the owner of the overall program. 6:30 p.m. Sixth AnnualCoaches' the
the community tobeginthe "We have come up with a dinner. Pepsi-Cola Company of New
Also named were: Robert of the Soul Shopping Plaza. At and Players'
program here and have it set think will York City). Presentation of
solution which we the
Simms, Executive Director, the plaza you may find these Awarding of Orange Blossom
up by April, 1969. work, but for obvious reasons, of William P.Foster Scholarship
Dade County Community Relations stores: Fishman Soul Brother Classic gift. Presentation
Board; Paul H.Wyche, The success of the OIC pror Grocery, Soulville Cleaners, I cannot reveal all of the stepswe sovereign wrist watchesto Award. (Courtesy of Lifebuoy
Lever Brothers.
Jr., Director of Public Affairs gram has been In the self-help Fishman Amusement Center will use, he continued, Rattlers and opponent play-

EON; Rev. Thedford Johnson, philosophy, Sullivan told the and FishmanAfroman Bar- "If this new program puts ers and coaches (courtesy of
pastor, Saint John's Baptist community leaders. ber Shop. only a small number ol these Royal Crown Cola Company. 8 p.m. Annual Orange Blossom

--- ---- Columbus Ga. GreyhoundCorp. Classic Football Game.
robbers behind bars, then we ;
some protection ., Chicago; Gulf 011 Awarding of championship

I I Special Buses For Classic I 'or'have' our gained employees." Corp., Pittsburgh and Clark trophy to the runner-up team

Anyone having any Information Gum, New York City).Award- (courtesy of the Royal Crown
I I on-, ing of Loving Cups to "Miss Cola Company.) Awarding of
Metro TransitAuthorityannounced south of 19th Street), Route 23 Ave., west on NW 71st St. resuming of the concerning overall a robbery FA MU," her attendants and trophies to the "most outstanding .
that special shuttle (on NW 22nd Avenue) and on regular route. program.with the queen from the school of player" from FAMU
"We have come a
service and football park- Route 25 (on NW 17th Avenue). Route Westbound on NW think up will the opponent (courtesy of the and visiting team. (Courtesyof
solution which
ride will be available for Sat- The four major routes serv- 62nd St., detour south on NW Greyhound Corp., Barcelona, the Coca-Cola Company of
work, but for obvious reasons,
urday'sODec.7)annuaIOrangeBlossom ing the Northwest Miami area 6th Ave., west on NW 58th St., invitational.). Atlanta.). Orange Bowl.Taylor .
I cannot reveal all of the steps
Classic at the will
Orange operate on detour align- north on NW 17th Ave., and -
we will use, he continued."If .
ments Saturday. December 7, west on NW 62nd St., resuming
Park-ride service for the from 12 noon until approxi- regular route. this new program puts
Florida A&M-Alcorn A&M only a small number of these GroundBreakingFor
mately 4 to avoid conflict
p.m. Ave., west on NW 72nd St.,then
behind bars then
will start at 6 and with the robbers we
game p.m. annual Orange Blos- north on NW 7th Avenue
resuming -
operate continuously until the som parade. regular route. have gained some"protectionfor my

8 p.m. kick off from the The routes affected are 4, Route 26 Northbound on our employees. Temple Memorial Tailor
Northside Shopping Center lot 14, 21 and 26 and the detoursare Anyone having any Information -
NW 7th Ave. detour east
only. Free par king available as follows: NW 58th St., north on NW 6th concerning a robbery on- Baptist SundayOn GOOD CLOTH
at the lot, located at NW 79th Route 4 Northbound on NW board a bus, at a garage or af- LATEST STYLES

Street and 27th Avenue 12 Avenue, detour east on NW fecting any on-duty MTA per- *

Shuttle busses will operate 58 Street, north on NW 11 Ave., sonnel, contact John Finney, Sunday, December 8, at PANTS $10.95 up
along regular MTA routes west on 59th St., then south on T&4ML&UR64UAs Metro Transit Authority Investigation 5 p.m., the members, friends 1080 NW 54th Street

during the same period. NW 12th Avenue. near to you ot your Dept., 260 NE 17th and well wishers of the newly

Shuttle service will be Route 21 Northbound on telephone. Clvo us a call. Ter., Miami, 33101, or call organized Memorial TempleI. ASK OUR CUSTOMERSEd
available along regular MTA NW 12 Ave.,detour west on NW Wo del Ivor. 1104 NW 3rd 377-3641. Baptist Church will meet at I Bridges

Route 21 (on NW 3rd Avenue 58th St., north on NW 17th North Av. ,FR Manager.98451. Chat. C. the sight for the first unit,the Jimmle Vernon Roll Beacham

J 1 chapel, for the 30 minute James Wanxo
> ETA PHI BETA I ground breaking ceremony.The James Dixon
1 PijONEMfAMf': : ANNUALVEESPER I location Is NW 44th Ct.and
B bWAobDAY;: ,1 R N T.E: 167th St. (south of Palmetto Philip Bethel Blue

'NY IME'6 5.1 64 534445; SERVICEEta Expressway and NW of the Aaron Robert Wiley Reed

Florida Memorial College Harry Cochran
Phi Beta is having its
annual Vesper service on Sunday Special music will be provided Michael Mobley

Dec. 15, at the Church of for the occasion and sev- Leonard Raymone Thompson Fullard

DBIFTElEER The Open Door. Services will
begin at 5 p.m. Mrs. Ruth N. appear on the program.
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ewee Makes Thanksgiving Happy For 350 FamiliesMany j

less fortunate black I
and white families were able '
to enjoy a Thanksgiving fit fora : } r Ma
king or queen "A turkey w
dinner with all the trim
The CftyandCountyWeltare

Agencies, schools, PTA organizations __
labor,sororities, _
fraternities, and social organizations -
worked under one
"Big Umbrella" to make this
Thanksgiving Day a real day ;,
for giving thanks.
; The purpose of CWCC is to
! bring all organizations together -
without losing its Identity,
,I thereby giving each organiza-
i, Uon a chance to function and
I; maintain its Identity as well.
J Charles Hadley, the chairman -
''If of CWCC has worked hard >A Y +S,wrY
; to see that the quota will be 1
.; reached. He made certain that
every organization was tuned
'i in on the happenings through
their participation.
"f t This is the eighth annual P
') Thanksgiving-Basket Project i r
I' handled by the CommunityWide -
Citizens Community and
','; it was the biggest and the best
Miami Jackson High Schoolwas '
utilized the central dis-
as a v r a F's i Ya
tribution point Specifically,
{ the gourmet room was the facility -
used to store, pack and
,:;, make ready for distribution
350 plus bountiful baskets.The
baskets contained 14 Ib.turkey yet
I, a 4 n t ssww
string beans, sweet potatoes N r
i celery, apples, bread, r 1 13e"
': cranberry sauce,eggs, onions, ;
;'I sugar, white potatoes, etc., -J
I Over three hundred-fifty i -
;" families were given baskets. t ,, J
+FSS'I I fl' j II t
Youth and adults are working r ww t f
I together for a community

';il'l that needs a"face-lifting"and y. ,. fu
I a helping hand from someone
;., who really cares.
IJ It Is gratifying to know that

r: people of means have such F ia,., a 2s <
ii"' great compassion and concern 1 p F .
\ for our less fortunate. This
t. has been evidenced through tMf ,.. ;
f past years, for which the committee .r . )'
t is deeply grateful. ;
i' Among these are: Rep.
". Claude Pepper, Louis Wolf-
.R. son, Jack Gordon, Atty. Gen.
'1/4ka/: Earl Faircloth, Mrs. Jane
.:: Roberts, Commissioner Atha-
lie Range, Mr. Edwin Hill, I"t
i'; Commissioner Dave Kennedy,
,; Commissioner Earl Carroll,
''l t Commissioner Earl Stearnes,
if Commissioner Alex Gordon,
f Commissioner Ben Sheppard, ,
: Judge Arthur Maginnis, Judge I ; "oWi' :
! ; '
t Francis Knuck, Commissioner -

J.: Arthur Patten, Judge : : ; '-.' '" '1ifr.
\ !: Morton L. Perry. r : ,J h'1';
l Also Senator Robert Haver- i
:i field, State Atty.Richard Ger- II

,;.. stein, Senator Robert Shevin, ,.
'f Rep. Robert Graham, Mrs.
.1 Ricky Faulk, Constable John ;
;. Gilbert, Judge Charles Snow- b.K
" den, Mr. Carl Weinges, First .1 R
\ Federal Savings and Loan H ,. ,
ne 4
! Ass'n, Shells Super' Market, :
: Food Fair Stores, John Hed- "
; drick, Miami Police Dept., t +r sew o
William Fryer, Westinghouse i' is :: t a w
j William 4'w
Co., Lehman, Jefferson \
National Bank and Wash- ) / I :
ington Savings and Loan As- 4
sociation, Judge Paul Baker, 'L / :
' and Mr. Mike Bunetta. *
The CWCC Roster includes ?
Fletcher A. Paschal, coordi- I
nator; Mrs. Viva Colemanand
Mr. George Powell,cochairmen I
"assembly line;" Mrs. I
Arie J. Gary,operation move- !

in; Mr. Lucius Crawford and ., <; "\'... .. ..l ." '

Mr. John D. Johnson, coordi- . .. ,. .,.,.,..
nators of organizations; Mrs. h, r s r
o Marian L. Henry, chairman, ,. !
and Mrs. Laura. tlne Gibson, ,+ : :
co-chairman of transportation. k, r : ,
Mrs Agnes McCoy and Mrs. J Hic I .
Elizabeth Spencer, cochairI I
man Opa-locka; Mr. Lewis *.
Blake, chairman, Liberty
City; Mrs. Ella Hadley, cochairman a a }s aw-.a, r YA
; Mrs.Dana D. Chapman :
sororities; Mr. Mc- r. !*
1i 1ir.
Kinley Carr, coordinator of I
labor; Mr. David Wilson, dis- ,I

c patcher. ,



8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 6, 1968 .---L'i' I


Harolean Stuart Storr
presents sixty minutes of r
music you love to bear. Sun-

day afternoon, December 8,
.BY CLARICE LITTLES r 1968, at the Liberty Square
Miami Times Society Editor Community Center 6306 N.W. BY PRISCILLA REDDING

14th Avenue. ..... ----.
ITS ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC TIME! Florida A&M Special guest on the pro-
The National Council of Negro Women, Inc.,Greater Miami
meets Alcorn A&M of Larmon, Mississippi. gram will be the Vibrettes of section south presents its "Woman for All Seasons"
I want to assure you that our welcome to you is warm and Miami Northwestern Senior Coffee
dour at 8 o'clock, Wednesday evening,December 4,at the South
and that the friend-
will enjoy our city
heartfelt. We hope you High School Arthur Evans Minster Presbyterian Church on Colonial Drive at SW 112th
made here grow and deepen.We hope you will have
ships may Director.
will be the
Beckford speaker
Ethel for
.e \venue. Mrs. the
of the unrivaled beauty spots of the state oc.
time to enjoy many This recital of best loved
for involvement. We
and its facilities for recreation. We want to do every- favorite casion. This Is the season need you!
many music will include
Is free. Mrs.J L
admission .
thing possible to make your visit here memorable. We greet classics, operatic arias, art -- Please come, Pennington, presi-

you as friends. Welcome to Miami! songs and traditional spirit- and Mrs. Jeffie Lee ient. of the Month Is
Marie Roberts is recuperating at North Shore Hospital after Mr. The winner of the Lawn Mr. Edem James of
uals.The Miles announce the engage- 11620 SW 142nd Terrace. In grooming your lawn you should

surgery.Houseguesting with Alese Gill during Thanksgiving were promptly musicale at 4 o'clock.will Everyone begin- ment of their daughter j I keep In mind,the front,sides and the rear. Also all hedges and

Gladys Robinson-Johnson and son, Allen of Dania. is cordially invited to at- Margaret, to Mr. Harold j flower beds. So make sure your lawn Is well groomed and you
James Ross. The wedding will lawn of the month winner.
Friends of Irene Straughter are concerned about her health. (nay be chosen
take place December 25th at school PTA will
She has suffered another stroke. Frank C. Martin Elementary its regu.
Perseverance paid off for Joel A. Scott, the former Army the Church of the Open Door. ]lar monthly meeting Monday,Dec.2.This meeting will be held
MP who finally was accepted as a Miami police recruit. Con- 1 Margaret is a student at the j to[ the school's cafeteria.The .
gratulationsl! TIMYEL BUR II/ University of Miami and Miami Killian,Cougars closed Its football season Wed.

Congratulations to Miss Cassandra Jefferson, a senior at A. neal to you e. your Harold is a student in the Army }lesday evening at Central Stadium. Their opponents were the
Miami Northwestern High who has been named Queen of the t..l.phon.. Civo us a call.Wo NCOC at'Ft. Benning,Georgia (::oral Park Rams. On Saturday evening the Cougars will hold
United Black Students Friday, November 29. do 11..,. 1104 NW 3r.A.e. They are both 1965 graduates (heir: annual Homecoming dance at Bayfront Park Auditorium.
Jimmie and Hester ine Ford spent the Thanksgiving Holidaysin North. ,FR Manager.9-8451. Chas. C. of Miami Northwestern High j Music will be provided by the fabulous Step Hall and the Unljues -
North Carolina. School. _ ( and the New York Square Library bands. Come out and

Jerolynn Arnett Newton and Harvey Lee Roberson were The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is looking for lave an enjoyable time
married Saturday in Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. The bright young business men and women to participate in their
bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Newton Sr. 2779 Training Institute. If you're interested call W.O. Perry 754- j
NW 43rd Terrace.The bridegroom,son of Mr.and Mrs. James 8061, or Sonny Wright 751-8642. Both are members of the

Roberson, Register, Georgia. Chamber's governing board.
After a wedding trip to Statesboro, the couple will live in Big Al Kinsey graduated from the Harvard University Trade

Miami. Union Program Dec. 5. The polular head of the local Mail- 'ae
Jetting to Nassau on Monday was Mrs. Pleasant George to handlers Union will be back in the city this weekend.We .
attend the funeral of her sister-in-law, Priscilla (Lovely) like Herald columnist Larry's idea about staging a day

Smith. of horse racing at either Hialeah, Tropical or Gulfstream
Sgt Lewis J. Riley of Miami has been awarded a Bronze Parks for underprivleged kids from the ghetto.New York did
Star Medal for heroism whle he with the 101st.
was serving for kids hada
it at Roosevelt Raceway 8,400 youngstersandthe
Airborne Division in Vietnam. The decoration
was presentedat
hot and souvenirs. How
ball complete with soft driiiKS, dogs
the U. S. Army Hospital's Specialized Treatment Center at about it you guys?

Ft. Gordon, Ga. Miss Marie White, one of Mary McLeod Bethune's orginal
Attention Parents BIKE AUCTION bicycle auction -
: sponsored four little girls has made an Associate Trustee of Bethune
by the Public Safety Dept. will be held on the west side Cookman College.
of the Public Safety Building,1320 NW 14th St., 11 a.m. Satur-
day, December 14. Parents are urged to allow their children _
to do the bidding. One hundred and fifty bicycles will be sold
to the highest bidders, with bidding from a s low as 25 cents.
Motoring to Shelby, North Carolina to spend Thanksgivingwith 100% HUMAN HAIR GUARANTEED Ik"
her sister, Josephine Battle were Elizabeth and Lonnie _
Pittman and nieces Mary and Alvina. F
Mildred Marks jetted to Louisiana to be at the bedside of
her ailing father.
YOU ARE INVITED: All registered Girl Scout adults are
asked to share in our annual Christmas Party on Monday, Dec. 1
9, at Primary "C" 7pm.
A survey shows that women are twice as likely to lose moneyas
men. About seven million Americans last year had money ELSEWHERE $21
lost, stolen accidentally destroyed. $2 billion is what AT PRICES TO Is.c

Americans lose each year-in cash. S89.00DOllY __
On the sick list: Lillian King at Christian; Alice Harrison,

Mt. Sinai recuperating after foot surgery; Alfronia Madrid at \1 WIGS/ .
Jackson; Charles Sharpe at home
Little Mia, Ernest and Paula McGee's little darling has a
P. 0. Box 4573
playmate Stacia Machell, born November 4 at Jackson 1 Memorial Miami
Beach, Florida| 33141
hospital. Call or write us today.Send

Best wishes to Clara Green who became Mrs. Raphu Wil- deposit if ordering by mail.
liams about five months ago. Beauty shops call for g66-2396 STYLED 8YKRISTINE
wholesale prices.r5'ii.
Boys are Girls are you interested in self-improvement
courses, to be a betjer you? Why not visit Louise Rulers of California
Fashion-Charm School to learn more about the course. Of-
fice 35 NE 17th Street.
Cleo Jollivette didn't have her wish to
( see snow) when she
visited her brother, Russ at Glenvale, New York and Gina and NO MONEY
Ronald Frazier in Washington, D. C. but she had lots of fun.
Jetting in from Philadelphia were Elizabeth Peoples and No modest
daughters. Libby is home to visit her father, Harry Cleare DOWN ONTV's bodice here.
'1 a patient at Jackson Manor.
ne-e from Nassau on a business trip are Rose Godette and Shiny tie silk

Delores Stringfelt. dress ties tightas
Willie (Son) Weston of Newark is vacationing in Miami. Son's dare.
usually around Orange Blossom Classic time. you

Robert Paul Young spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Atlanta Quite wench-y. .

The Jenkins' clan(Mary and Wilbert) motored to Bar- provocative. From
tow to spend.Thanksgiving with relatives. y.A Droll
Here for the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Martha Johnson Size 3. Magenta

were Bert Eldred and green, pink.
Here for the funeral of Mrs. Lucia Edden were Dr. Jackson
Merely $20.
Burnside and Mrs. Caroline Burnside, nephew and niece and
Mrs. Doris Knowles' and her daughter Alma Thompson, all All the latest .
from Nassau, N. P. Mrs. Gloria Roberts, granddaughter from
New York and Mrs. Edna M. Robinson son, granddaughterand STEREOS Pants and DressesLet
great grand son, all from New York.
Mr. and Mrs JohnEvelynSouter and children Larry, Anna us Gift Wrap it for You
and Bernard,spent the Thanksgiving holidays visiting relativesand & FURNITURECall
friends in Madison and High Springs, Fla.While In Madi- Lory's Fashions Mean Excitement
son, they were the houseguests of Mrs. Lena Lattimer.

Mrs. Ruth N. Polite will be the speaker at the annual Vesper 8886011or 379-0900 OPEN EVENINGS 'Tll 9
service of the Eta Phi Beta Sorority at the Church of The
Open Door at 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 15. PHONE BETWEEN 7 a.m. & |10 p.m. NOWOPEN SUNDAYS 12 NOON 'TIL 5

The Optimist Athletic Conference of Dade County, of which Sundays Included USE OUR XMAS LAY-AVIAY-PLAN
many young black athletes are members, will sponsor their

First Annual Optimist Championship Football Game Friday, -TV425E9thSt.. Open 9 9hRJ'S
Dec. 6 at Hialeah Stadium. A double header will feature 95 -
pound and 115 pound teams. It's a benefit for Efe\ Brothers of PHUNE AND SALESMAN WILL CALLA 14\

Greater Miami and Kickoff Is 6:30: p.m. Entertainment, fireworks L.LORY'S .
and bands are also on the program.An STEREO YOU NEVER HEARD
overflow crowd danced with the local Omegas Friday A STEREO YOU'VE
night at Bayfront members sponsoredtheir WITH A BAR
Annual Harvest Ball. Members from B row a r d and, 1112 H" 1TH AVENUE (EDISON CENTER)

Florida Memorial chapters swelled the crowd. ..
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Collegians Club Spreads Cheerio Thanksgiving Needy \


its annual bid
spread the "
I Spirit" around

: Inc ((23 members !
j LINE-O-TYPE done it again --
i loaded basket
THE LITTLE RED BOOK:Service awards pins were recently less fortunate.

i. ., passed out at Jackson Memorial to p 20-vear employees. .,, On early Thursday ,
| Wilhelmina Parker and Eva Pace . 15- j at 6:00, members of ,
i year employees: George Williams . 10- j year-old civic,
9 year employees: Alfred Jones, Grace philanthropic group,
;\K Howard, Margarette Frlnks,Vera Wyche... the medical
' 5-year employees: Cornelia Sands, George James E. Hogan,
; Noble, Ella Mae Williams, Priscilla Jackson 54th St., to pool their
r Ronald Parker, Novella Conley, Mary their resources and
r Legett, Seth White, Nathalia James, Donald I I In an attempt to "
t Demeritte . Booker T. Washington Junior I tle sunshine" among
I high host to Ernest Tribble,Claims Investigator I Mess: : fortunate.-"
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1 for the Metro Dade County Transit Au- Each member's
} thority. Lillie Bertha Smith retires as nursing assistant in bility was in e v ide
I i the medical division at Jackson Memorial after 25 years of household goodies

f, service. huge boxes! and
.f lined for an early
::: NOTES ON A NAPKIN:New York's three major professional their recipients.
'.i sports give their teams the 4-letter-in-rhyme treatment:
Baseball's Mets . Football's Jets . Basketball's Nets among
food items selected
(What, no Pets?) . Opa-locka's First Baptist appears to bution were
,', have a monopoly on funerals . City patrolman Alexander
f : Sampson assigned to light duty in the Duty Captain's office flour, tomatoes,peas
/: since his auto accident decked him . A personality that pork and beans,
, never changes: Willie Ruff . Charming Sandra Ray birth- milk, Jelly, corn
t dayed last Sunday (Dec. 1). She's now 21. berry sauce, bacon !
\ carrots, sweet and

SALT WATER TAFFY: Former Miamian James Fergusondied tatoes, margarine
in Brooklyn N.Y. Monday . Fernley Taylor and Verne Significant is the '' I
. Taylor-Tinker's mother Mrs. Myrtle Taylor passed last Fri containers bore
". day . Charles Deshazior's mother Mrs. Sarah Deshazior packages-- with
.1| died last Tuesday . Bert and Marlon Johnson's mother tions.
, passed last Tuesday. . Leo Armbrister's Alfred Stra- Said Collegians
T chan, St Agnes' Church's Junior warden, died in Mercy Hos- Charles Ingraham: "
pital last Wednesday ayem at 3:00 . New York ork leader successful in
Willis Jackson's motherinlaw Mrs Evelyn Marshall (she's tle cheer, happiness
Christine Marshall's mother) passed last Monday. shine to those less
r than we are, then

THE WEEK'S WASH: Now that the Rev. I. C. Mickins has will not have been
"hung up his gloves" as pastor of Mt Olivette Baptist, don't And while looking
be too, too surprised if Dr Irene G. Pratt throws her hat in the various labeled
pastoral ring for the post her father(the late Rev. S. A. Sampson fore him.he added: "
out to those
) created . And doesn't the switch of Rev Mlckins from sings go
and kiddies.We
Mt Olivette to the Memorial Baptist he founded, (far out near
*."the Florida Memorial College complex) has a hidden story. these baskets"
feelings. '
somewhere? ;
i At this point, 33127't
I SCRATCH MY BACK: Coconut Grove's Jacob Washington'ssudden '
stroke sent him to Jackson Memorial for bedded con-
finement . Beautiful Edna Mae HollyMrs Sugar Ray Robin- WFIY
son) down from Merry Manhattan for her grandmother Mrs
Lucia Edden's funeral from St Agnes' last Tuesday. . Actor
Sidney Poitier (a kin) wired flowers . Emanuel Luckie re- I
tired from Opa-locka General to his Carol City home to recoup

, .Convalescent. Frank Thompson? from Christian Memorial to Live Oaks TEL E /

STUFF AND SUCH:Sudden Thawt: If young David Eisenhower
were smart, he'd shelve the Dec. 21 date, when the wedding
ceremony to Julie Nixon is planned.Wouldn't it be more fitting,
famous and more historic to wait until AFTER Julie's fatheris
president of the United States(1 month later in Jan) and
have it said he married the President's daughter,rather than !
the "President-elect's" daughter ? ? ? Then too, younk Ike
can boast that the President of the United States attended his
wedding and "gave me his daughter."

SWEETS' TREATS: The Critics Speak: Herb Rau: (The
Miami News) "When WRIZ merges with WAME, latter will .r
cease Its Negro appeal programming. But WGMA in Holly-
wood may go the blues route" . The Key Hole: (Miami MODEL 11P50A
Herald) "Ron Blye, the Giant halfback, started at Notre Dame PRIVATE
but finished at Florida A&M, where he was Just so-so. On the
Giant roster, he lists his school at Notre Dame" . Larry EARPHONE
King: (Miami Herald) "Morris Lansburg will host a special r
party for the NAACP at the Eden Roc Feb. 11. Roy Wilkins, $
executive director, will be his special guest, and key South .
Florida business people will be invited." . The Key Hole:
(Miami Herald) "Hottest unknown heavyweight in the countryis
Californian Mack Foster, who flattened Sonny Liston in the
gym the other day. Foster has 17 victories, all knockouts." Call

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: We wonder how Jimmy Moore -
feels when John Eve, Ronald Clark, Tommy Bell, Vernald NO CREDIT
Burroughs and the late Chris Ingraham and Bill Art is are not REQUIRED
around for laughs ? ? ?We're Just waiting to see the Bahamas :;
government name a cruise ship the "Lynden Plndling" . .
Mrs. Willis Murray (Gloria Morley) and Mildred Morley-
Smith's dad died Monday .Add November Birthdays: Nell ALSO:
Horne, 16 . That's it brother, from your one-man-news- *
paper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who
is allways giving some poor sucker a break! *




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Beach This WinterAs WITH

the winter season gets Paul VIgnon, Deauvllle, Jan. COLOR
underway in Greater Miami 9-16; Robert Goulet, Diplomat COMB
the top hotels on Miami Beach Jan. 11-18 Carol Chan-
are lining up a stellar array of ning, Diplomat, Jan 24Feb. 2, '; ['_ _' - I
topnotch entertainers at fabulous Tony Sand 1 e r-Ralil Yount, 'i r :
sums for entertainmentof Eden Roc,Jaa 24Feb.2;Aliza
the free spending tourists Kashi, Deauville,Jan.31Feb. Just tone. comb Washes and out.brush Will to not add rub color off.
who will invade our area seek- 9; Shirley Bassey, Eden Roc, NOTA DYE. Easiestquickest AVOIDS wayto
add color gradually
ing the sun. Feb. 4-10; Tony Bennett, THAT SUDDEN DYED LOOK.
Some of the top stars signedso Count Bas Ie.Eden. f Roc, coloring.Brush attached Prevents removing soiling, rubbingoff. excess Classic
far Include: Bobby Gentry, Feb. 4-10 Tony Bennett, be. carried Comes In In Plastic pocket Case.or purse.Can Orange Blossom
Four Tops, Diplomat, Dec. 2- Count Basie, Diplomat, Feb. Comes Platinum in Blue.Just alt. shades: Black to
31; The Lettermen, Myron Cohen 5-11; Don Rickles, Eden Roc, write, state shade. Pay only. fJ i
Eden Roc Dec. 24-31 Feb. 7-23 1.98 on delivery plus postage.Money \
; ;Godfrey Cambridge back if not delighted. Revue '
Flip Wilson, Hilton Plza,Dec. Hilton Plaza, Feb. 7-15; Bar- Gold Medii M-7, Inwood Hair Product L.l.,N.V.11698. Inc. : .' "t\'fIf1i- >,... ." :.)' ',
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Connie Francis, Americana, Eden Roc, Feb. 28; Dionne : -
December 25-31; Sheila Mac- Warwick, Diplomat, March 25 PIECE .M
Rae, Diplomat, Dec, 31 only. April 6; Tempations, Eden MR. WALTERS PRESENTSTHE
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Negro newspaper editor today for which Mr. Reid had ap- 4 '
began a suit against Memphis plied.In y v ;,; :'":
St. Francis Flash] My Mayme finally came home! Feeling
Publishing Company publisher tpw .
like new, and I want to tell you that Dr. Simmons Is a heck of of this city's two, major the suit filed today,attor- )j "
a good doctor! The folk at St.Francis are the greatest, and the The ney Lucas is asking that Mr. ,
newspapers, <<
many friends who called visited sent Reid be employed by the com-
gifts,flowers,etc. will Press Semltar and The Com-
be thanked personally as soon as she Is able to sit and write mercial pany as a copy reader,the position ,
thank yous to all., Appeal for which he applied. 4
Both papers belong to the
nation-wide He is also asking that his
Classic time is here again.Old friends In their homecoming Scripps-Howard client receive back pay from
. but homecoming to where?The Sir John, Mary Elizabeth, Syndicate. the date of his application and .
Hampton House are no longer the meeting places,because the McCann L. Reid, an editor that his salary be raised to
folks don't stay there any more.They are spread out in all the for the Tri-State Defender, a what it would be now had the 4
big hotels in Miami's Downtown section and Miami Beach, local Negro paper, chargesthat company not refused to hire
so they really only get together at the game. The days of the Memphis Publishing him.
'"hospitality suites" and everybody in the Sir John Lounge and Company refused to hire him
bar and patio. going from room to room and finding some-
one you haven't seen since last year . kinda takes the big liglon. MUSICAL RECITALYou
kick away from it all when they are not all together. Integration His suit was filed federal
is fine, but it also takes us away from each other. bear! court by Lewis Lucas, .a are cordially invited to
tell that a young man from the Black Panther movement from cooperating attorney for the attend a musical recital sponsored -
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Denver, Colo is planning to have a float in the parade with a NAACP Legal Defense and by Mrs. Harolean storr .I
black draped casket honoring the Black dead In Vietnam. Thisis Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF). next Sunday,Dec.8,at the Lib- Miss Laverne Nelson, 16, Miami Jackson Sr. High Junior,
the prelude to a movement to start a local chapter of the According toattorneyLucas erty Square Community Cen- is one of Jackson's pretty busy bodies. She is busy all the
Black Panthers here.It seems that we have a number of groups ter, 6305 NW 14th Avenue.The time. Some of her recent busleness:As secretary of Future
Memphis Publishing
working toward the "same,goal." The Black Brother's for Company, officials told Mr. musical selections presented Homemakers of America,she made the trip to Boca Raton with
Progress, among others, profess to be involved in the same!! Reid they could not hire him will be all time favorites and 21 other young people as a delegate to the conventbn of Dis-
type of work, and it seems to me that with one huge organization because he is a Seventh Day special requests.The trict 9 Nov. 15 last. Since Cora Gilmore,president, could not
some progress may be made.But,with each group drain- Adventist and therefore could make the trip, Laverne was chosen to act as president 0 f the
ing off so many members, there is no "whole." Will these program will begin meeting.
not work
groups fight each other. . "for progress" or will they Join Saturdays. promptly at 4 o'clock. Come Maintaining a B average, this active young lady, works
hands and work together? We have seen CORE, NAACP and However, an Investigation and enjoy sixty minutes of mu- after school as an assistant photographer in Deal Studio and
other groups go slowly into oblivion for lack of support. Will by th Equal Employment Opportunity sic you love to hear. Persons will be one of Adams Fotos photographers at the Orange Blos-
these do the same?We started talking about the fabulous Clas- CommissionEEOC) wishing to make donations som Classic Parade. She is a member Greater Behtel AME
sic and ended with the Black Panther Movement.My only ques- revealed that the company had please see Mrs. Storr before Church, where she is a member of the Junior Choir. She is
tion Is how much good can these orniinsrtn to benefit the nerw hired a 'White man from Mr. the date. the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Ernest Nelson,5546 NW 9th Ave.
pie of the communities:and how much fun everybody"bfug - - -
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VIP OF THE WEEK: Joe Kershaw

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mattie Jackson(St. Francis)

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Yours truly and Yanka Mann KnightBeatr
open tonight in the rear of the VIP Lounge on 36th St. and Le- R
"+< Jeune Rd., at their La Fin Club,which features Jeff Addams,
Yanka Mann and the La'Fin Trio.. No admission, no cover,
Just a two drink minimum . Jackie Corbett tells me that
little Della Humphrey will make her last appearance at the
Foxes Den this Friday and Saturday night before a trip to !r
Washington to work ten days at the Famous Howard Theater,
then on to the Apollo Theater in New York, for New Year's.
Her new record is number 19 in the nation, and she will be
receiving an award as the "Little Soul Sister making Good"
. Flip Wilson in town Ihope you saw him on the Carol Bur-
nette Show Monday night.He was a scream. The man from out-
er space . the Planet "Soul,' which is located on the Dark
side of the moon." He is a funny man.

After disappearing off the golf links for over two years,
Slim Bannister was seen following that little white ball, again
..North-South Golf Tourney committee working hard to make
the Feb. 18-22 contest the best yet.. Watch for the Fashion-
ettes from Chicago to open at the Thunderbird beginning the
second week December.You can't afford miss these three

beautiful, talented girls . Herbert Green can really clean Baker's Band
some carpets, a hurry,and Good.He's in the directory
if you are in need ofadarnedgood Job that isn't too expensive FEATURING BOOGALOO PETE
. Our big 17 piece band is now being conducted by Herb BAKER
Rhodes. So, if your club or organization is interested in a good SAM Y
band for an affair, please contact me . City Manager, Mel
Reese, Is still looking for Negro policemen Starting salaryis "SUGAR MAN" tA
around $7,200 a year, and that is nothing to be sneezedat 1
. A note golfers:Green fees at Miami Springs and Le- M
Jeune Golf Courses are now$4 if you are a City of Miami resi-
dent and $5 if not . The fabulous Kay Carole and her little
dummy, "Tommy" are back at the Beachcomber. Don't miss
them this time. . More than 400 evening and week-end col-
lege (Saturday only) courses are being offered Miami-Dade
Junior College this winter...Register Jan 2 and 3 for classes
beginning Jan. 4. If you are "not ready" . get ready cause
the jobs are opening up for you.Anything worth having is worth
sacrificing a little time to get. Just make up your mind that 84t ers
you want to be somebody, and go be whatever you want to be. .
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I Isoy It The Mighty Generals treated Northwestern to their Turkey
Nr' with slaughtering act of defeat 33-0.
Oscar Anderson, Moses Moore,: and Leon Lewis ran all
I The Miami Northwestern Bulls were defeated by Miami touchdowns. Between the three of them, Jackson totaled five
Jackson Generals in the Classic at Miami Dade
left (incomplete) The
touchdowns with one over first time the
Junior College Stadium by a score of 33-0. must commendthe
teams met, the bulls won by one point(14-13), but this year
defeated Bull on their high spirit and good sportsmanship.
they didn't even score giving Jackson a 9-1 record for this
The Miami Jackson Generals meet the Killian Cougars
I season.
Thursday night intheOrange Bowl for the GMAC This
I game. I
Despite the foul language used by Northwestern's major
j one will surely be worth your money. ettes they put on a good halftime show playing numbers featuring
* * * * * * *
the seniors on their last game.No one fell this year either.
The weekend of weekends rolls around,the Orange Blossom
I J a c k s o n' s halftime show was better as the creative ideasof
Classic comes to town. This year as in each, the excitementof
Muskie over-powered the thoughts of Northwestern
the big parade, the big game and the bad half time show of The
I show was combined of the hit songs we'veplayed all
year anda
, the "Marching 100" is unbearable. Orange and Green decorations -
new one written by one of our own band members Lee
have already been put up along the parade route. You
Marching no matter what the name be is
I can catch it on 62nd St,7th Avenue or 15th Avenue. This year may certainly no
for the Generals. Conduct of band
competitive sport membersis
the Florida A&MRattlers accommodate Alcorn of Miss in the I
important also and because we had to give our seats to
spectators -
annual game Saturday night in the Orange Bowl.See you there.
. . . . . . . I we played in an orderly manner and had no private
sessions in the end zone. Conduct in the stands was excellent

I but as was witnessed, savage acts of bottle and rock throwingwas
totally unnecessary. This has never happened at any of

Many of our friends were home for the Thanksgiving holi- sip 01/ fa Wedt I Jackson's games but is known to always happen at Northwest

days. Among them were: Robert Williams, Arthur Butler, eras games without fail. The Bulls have built themselves up
Harry Brown, Patricia Pompey, Larone Houston, Carol I and are known to be sore losers and bad sports. This is one

Wright, Sam Stubbs, Laurel Goa, Robert Span, Ruth Stubbs, Sheila Ann Miller our soul sister of the week is the reason why many of the schools have to play their holiday
Willy Blackman, Jerome Trapp, Glenda Peterson, Vincent daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Miller d 1944 NW games in the afternoon. What more does Dade County have to
and Annie 62nd do to keep the Bulls in their stall?
Hepburn Perry. Street Sheila is a Junior at Miami Jackson Senior
* * * * * * * High School. We are privileged to have Miss Barbara Goleman selectedas

Lillian Ledon entertained guests at her home after the Tur- House of Photography Photo teacher of the year in the state of Florida. Miss Golemanis

key-Day Classic. Among them Donald and David James,Anne the head of the English Department at Miami Jackson and

Cleveland, Shirley Simmons, Bernice Ward, Rose Truss and r has been teaching here for 14 years.
Arthur Coward, the little fellow with the silver sax. John Womble has recently been elected State President of
Future Teachers of America. Being the first Negro to hold
. . . . . . . this office, John is presently in Hi-Y, Student Council, and is
Cleo Jolllvette has returned from a ten day visit up north|I Junior Class vice-president. Martha Saavedra, a Jackson

AT THE ENTERTAINMENT SCENE: with her sister Regina Jollivette Frazier and brother Russ 1: Junior has also been elected as his corresponding secretary.

Jollivette in Washington. Martha is presently In Anchor Service Club, Student Council,

The amazing Nina Simone hypnotized an audience of mainly Albertha "Bop" Ledon is home from Palm Beach where she and a member of Junior Board.

young adults at her one night show last Friday at Dade County spent her Thanksgiving holiday with relatives and friends. Jackson will play Miami Springs for their first Basketball
Auditorium. Miss Simone put on a very good showing of Black game. Our basketball season will be even greater than our
talent and wore a beautiful afro(hers). Among the numbersshe A warm welcome toDebraSmlleywho is attending school at football season.Miami .
sang were: Roll and Tumble, Hair, Sheila and Strange Miami Central. Debra was forced down from New York as a

Fruit, which was the story of the lynching of a black man. This result of the strike and is living with her Barents'Mr. & Mrs. Soldier Gets Bronze Star

was one of the many protest songs sung by the black artist. Levon Smiley of 9231 Little River Drive.

She was definitely not in the "I Love You Porgy" bag. in order to Linda and
. . . . . . . Congratulations are Royal Faye Hughes I Sgt. Lewis J. Riley of Miami allowing his trapped squad to
who have been half time announcers for the entire football
The Iron Butterfly lit heavily on Miami Beach's Thee Image season. Girls, you did a wonderful job for Northwestern. has been awarded a Bronze pull back while he protected a
Friday and Saturday night. Digging the show on stage front Star Medal for heroism while medic and a wounded man

were Terry Rolle, Julius and Wesley Wade and Vernon Hamilton 45 OF THE WEEK: "Cloud Nine" by the Temptations.' he was serving with the 101st until reinforcements arrived.
Airborne Division Vietnam decoration was presented ,
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "Diana Ross and the Supremes joir: The
* * * * * * * The Temptations." When the lead squad of his pla- at the U.S. Army Hospital'stoon I

Don't miss the television special starring the dynamic Diana became pinned down by an Specialized Treatment Center !

Ross and the suave Supremes Monday night at nine o'clock on Until later, do your own thing. enemy platoon, Sgt. Riley ran at Ft. Gordon Ga. I
channel seven. The show will have a special guest appearanceby forward to fire on the enemy,

none other than the Temptin' Ts. _n_

Lt Dr. Spock 1

NorthwesternFocus Speaks Here

a WednesdayDoctor

By BRENDA JACKSON $ Benjamin Spock will
be the featured speaker at the

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,... : ;:. '. j" Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 8 pm.

Black and'beauttful, was Miss'Cassandra Jefferson as she ,.-* > r 'w'I T at a new party rally.
received her trophy for the title of Miss United Black Student. ;
Cassandra, a senior at Northwestern, competed with college Doctor Speck, who is on the
girls for the title. She "was also Miss Homecoming 3rd new (political Party, will ,
attendant in 1966. speak on Viet Nam, as wellas 1-

The homeroom winners for the best Thanksgiving baskets discuss the New Party, its :i

were Mr.Kadlecs: (1st place), Mrs. Mitchell's (2nd)and Mrs. g oals and format. Donation at

Sarmiento's(3rd)The club winners were Paramedics)st place), ; door is 100. f

Boy Counselors ((2nd) and The Hospitality Club(3rd). -

Football team captain, Tab Bennet was named to the Miami
News All-City team. William Mac (co-captain) and Lester t :;:' i. :
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Storr received honorable mentions. In Miami

Northwesterners. Jestlna Days,and Joe Thomas are appearing -
t "A Raisin In The Sun" at the Merry-Go-Roundplayhouse MRS. LUCY SILER

in Coral Gables. Your Spiritual Advisor

The Turkey Day gamp was truly an upset for the Bulls, but -- i _.-. .c a '.... -4.._ fromBrooklyn
the band gave an excellent half-time performance that was too York
much for the Generals to handle.In SUPREMES MEET ROYALTY ,
their last performance of the season, the band dedicatedthe with financial blessings

67-68 prom theme Impossible Dream,toallseniors of the ROYALLY Princess Margaret speaks words of Problems solved I with

band. The Bulls also gave their version of "Funky Judge.." regal Diana Ross (left) and Supremes, Mary Wilson and congratulations! to th<'e< one visit. Please don't

Tryouts for the senior class play are being made this week. their Royal Variety Performance. the Cindy Birdsong, aft During
This years play Is "Rest Assured." performance Miss Ross
emotional plea for racial a n you by.
Basketball season will start for the Bulls Friday when the justice, which was highly
team will face the Mays High Rams at Mays. The first victoryof the royal family, that included Queen Elizabeth, the Qu711 members 'If In Miami:

the season is planned for that night. Announce Charles Princess Sl DEC. 4-14
Margaret and T'Miss
F.T.Aers Cynthia Newton (president, Nancy Studstill, Ross made her plea her husband, Lord 5 1. at:
Verilyn Mackey and Linda Patterson attended the State Con Us"and after during a pause in singing "There's A Place Fe 4744 NW 16th Avenue
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FBI Chief Criticized For Kislak Gets

Law And Order' EcumenicalMortgage I $295,000 To Train Negro Journals's'' I


WASHINGTON.- The Ford vancy of journalism today's Kiplinger Washington Letters!
StatementKNOXVILLE J. L Kislak Mortgage Corporation Foundation has awarded a world and particularly its relationship and Changing Times magazine -

of Florida has obtained $295,500 grant to The Wash- to the urban crisisin .
Tenn. -The munities across the South." an FHA commitment of ington Journalism Center for a the United States.
The chairman of the Cen-
Southern Conference Educa- In other actions, the SCEF $668,800 for Miami's first urban three-year program to recruit The Negro Fellows will attend ter's Executive Committee is
tional Fund (SCEF) has takenJ. renewal project -- a 47-
and train Negroes for careers the regular seminar pro-
board (1) Newbold editor of The
Edgar Hoover to task for : supported the grow- unit apartment development Noyes,
ing women's in journalism. grams of The Washington Star in .
liberation Evening Washington.Other
that is move-
justice merely which will be built at North- Journalism Center which explore -
incidental to law and order." ment: (2) assailed "habitual west 20th Street and Sixth Ave Announcement of the grantwas members of the Execu-
such the
problems as relationship
collision"' between federal made this week by the tive Committee and Mrs.

The FBI chief was criticized and state officials to"sup. Construction is expected to Ford Foundation and by The between govern- Philip L.Graham,president of
at the fall board meeting of press legitimate organizingactivities start within 60 days on the project Washington Journalism Cen- ment and the press, the role The Washington Post and

SCEF, an interracial group ;" ((3) supporteda which consists of a com- ter, an independent,non-profit of Congress, the American Newsweek: magazine,and Austin -
working to end poverty,racial national boycott of table munity center and six two- institution. presidency, the politics of the H. Kiplinger, president of

discrimination, and other In- grapes requested by strikin story apartment buildings United States, andtheNation'sforeign The Kiplinger Washington
Julius Duscha. the director
justices In the South. It has California farm workers. gcontaining two, three and four- o f the Center said that to policy. Editors. Inc.
about 5,000 members in the bedroom units. Special seminars will be set -
(4)) Advocated popular 20 Negroes will be recruited
South and an equal number of The project will be built by up to emphasize urban prob-
choice in each by the Center from
pational nominations year
supporters in the North. party Apgar 'and Markham Con- lems because these are the
and elections, and colleges and universities most difficult areas that reporters 100% IMPORTED
The board declared "With structio Miami and
n Co.
: upon
elimination of the Electoral throughout the U n i t e d States
this statement, Mr.Hoover completion will be owned and and and editors will have HUMAN, HAIR
College and national party appointed fellowships to deal with in the foreseeable
has put the seal of
approval on operated by Ecumenical De-
nominating conventions the Center for from four to six
the current frightening trend ; velopments, Inc., a non-profit future. WIGSALE
(5) supported efforts of menthe in months. Each fellowship pro-
toward silencing dissent by corporation formed by local attention will be
armed forces to organize vides for a stipend of at least Special
force and violence."It for freedom of speech dis- churches. $2000. given to such areas of concernas
is this attitude which has
alienated the sent, and association; ((t Ad- The Center will seek out the antipoverty program,
races and made the broad range of new civil
vocated recognition of the men and women who have ma-
armed camps of our national rights laws, the new Departments -
right of conscientious objection jored in such areas of studyas
political conventions. The of and of
KKK Leader
to specific wars, both for political science history
I need, real or imagined,for law civilians Transportation as well as the
and members of the economics
and order must not continue to ArrestedFor of 1
I armed Department H e a t h, Edu-
forces. "We believe English, and who have indicated -
be used as a pretext for the
cation and Welfare,and the de-
that the
government should an interest in journalismthroughworkonaschool
suppression of d e m a n d s for recognize conscientious ob- Murder j velopment of new concepts of
: paper
peace and justice." jection bas e d on moral, ethi- or discussions with their ad- private and public aidtourbanareas. c..::...
The Rev. Fred Shuttles- -- .
cal, and legal as well as religious visers. The world's
worth, SCEF president, said the midst of a U. S. District finest grade
the board also voted to step grounds," the board Court trial for conspiracy in The Fellows will come to Experts from the press,the All Colors at no extra

up SCEF's work of bringing together said. the 1966 firebombing death of Washington to participatein Federal government and Con- charge
black and white New members elected to the Vernon H. DahmeranNAACPvoter the regular programs of The gress will lead the seminars. Blacks, Browns, Frosted

Southerners for political action board of directors included registration leader,SamH. Washington Journalism There also will be time for the Grays, Blonds and Curly

to solve problems of the Gene L. Mason and FredericJ. Bowers, Jr., former Ku Center and in special pro- Negro Fellows to work as interns Wigs.

region and the nation. Fleron Jr., both professorsof Klux Klan leader, was arrested grams to help prepare them in Washington news bur- Regular Price: Pay Only
political science at the Uni- for work as reporters and edi-
here on a charge of murder, eaus or on special investigative $16.95
"The casting of nearly 10 WIGS $ 9.95
versity of Kentucky, Lexington tors on and
Nov. 18. newspapers projects, and to work on
million votes for George Wal- ; the Rev. Clifton Whitley, magazines and in radio and the techniques of journalismwith WIGLETS 24.95 $8.95
lace in the recent election con- West Point, Miss., a leader in Mr. Bowers was arrested television news departments members of the Center's
' stitutes a warning and a chal- the Mississippi Freedom during a lunch break In the throughout the United States. staff. FALLS 89.95$29.95

lenge," the SCEF policymakers Democratic Party and four Federal Court hearing for 16 The Fellows will work

declared. "In general, we peace and civil-rights leaders men accused of conspiracy in closely with young journalistswho The Washington Journalism 866.7379

believe that these were not from New Orleans: -- Mrs. the civil rights leader's death. have had professional ex- Center was founded in 1965 by

simply racist votes but symptoms Virginia Collins, Miss Rae He was taken to the Forrest perience and are brought to the the late W. M. Kiplinger, Open Sunday
of confusion and despair Mathews, Robert Head, and County jail Center from throughout the founder and publisher of The Wholesale prices to Dealers.FOX'S .
about mass ,living, centralized Miss
Darlene FUe.NOTICE. country for fellowships undera ----
control and evil
an war.
He was one of 13 men indict program which is now in its
"The solid political base ed on arson charges in the third year.
given to Wallace challenges us Dahmer murder and stood
to four years of hard work for look for the time and placeof trial earlier this year, but a The purpose of the new pro DEN

independent political organization the first meeting of 1969 of mistrial was declared when gram for young Negroes will

i particularly at the local The Northwestern RepublicanClub. the jury could not reach a ver- be to give each Fellow senseof

level in hundreds of com- dlt. theexcitementandrele- Jackie Corbitt


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I Aims Of New Black America Revealed In Major fAaaazine' i

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NEW YORK.-The Republic growing movement to form president (Milton Henry), and country, the recently revived e r b m e-Q- so we don't want MT and fight against W 'l1form!"
of New Africa, in a n an- black nation within the United an entire Cabinet. proposal for the creation of a that." (Gov. Lester Maddox). another Confederate Army. I.
nouncement from Washington States Contrary to what most separate black nation -- the There are enough people in would bear arms.r m not aboutto I
has filed Its demands for the New Africa, reveals .Sher- whites want to believe, total Republic of New Africa --has the South who would mobilize leave the South.
t United States to pay $400-bil- rill,is not Just a dream. It is a integration with economic and more support than most peo-
lion in damages and to relin- well-organized group of dedi- social equality, is not,reports ple would like to think.
quish 5 Southern states.So re- cated blacks who have set upa Esquire, what the black intel- "In the Southofcourse UB-CITY
ports Robert Sherrill in an exclusive government in exile, com- ligentsia wants And within where black militancy moves
article in January Esquire plete with a president(RobertF. the loosely knit community of much more slowly, one will HOW PLAYING
published today, on the Williams, a first vice 23-millloD Negroes in thist1t'i find few Negroes who are even
aware of the proposal; but In, RIVE-IN THEATRE
; \ the black neighborhoods in
2nd BIG WEEKSCREENED Northern and West Coast
: : : : ; ;...;. cities, the dream is dreamed
Jhive-In ': ',; quite regularly. . d
..:..'irAj. Av.<,.!.lltt. St. 1:05 & 10:25: Milton Henry, a Michigan PARENTS:
_ .. attorney who served on De-
troit's city council and ran a BECAUSE OF CERTAIN ,,
'. losing race against another
Miifr<.&k0vwN4viJllVtBRQWN : Y J le-sent A s'P CT UM ROQUCtI9 tif' Negro for U. S. Congress in REVEALING SCENES

0IAHANN CARROLL-JUfelB-HSR' 1964, is a major spokesmanfor
YOU 4'
"1' the movement.He has very ...WE
definite plans about how to begin FIRST!!!
After planningand establishing New Africa. SEE "HELGA"
executinga Step #1 is to arm the black
half-million dollar robbery, communities of the North and
McClain tried to hide West for defense purposes
in Ellie's arms.He knew against an angered white com Rinco Productions-Cammerer Films present
there would be munity. Step #2 is to ship abouta
a lot of lead and
'It' million
well-armed blacks
; ; : ; and...when a lot there of dead was into Mississippi, take overall ''g.
sheriffs' Jobs through the
ir no split of the bread.
Fi: / xh a ballot box, seize governmentand
then move on to Alabamaand AMERICAN, COLOR
repeat the process. nPERFECT
"We have already begun the
shift," reveals Henry in Esquire FOR THE FIRST TIME ON
+ "We have bought a hun-
+ dred acres in Mississippi.That THE AMERICAN SCREEN:
isn't much land but it is
sufficient for a base head you will see the actual moment conception
.I quarters. Like the Jews moving ...the complete birth of baby
into Israel we will start to
': organize along the lines of co- ..the intimate story of a young girl.
operative and collective
; What response has the Republic -
of New Africa elicited CYCLE GANG WAR !
I from the white Southerner? x .and a new kind of violence Is born I
"You know what any good
Southerner thinks about that 1C
fcne Split cheme..' (ex-Gov.of Mississippi -
Ross Barnett).
"two separate countries
would multiply our troublesand .fir
solve none of them for any o
race. It would be destructiveof
the American civilization
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I Sidney Poitiers Says Crime Not Only In Streets Needles & Accessories : .,

Crime In the streets. wrong reasons). The simple away with are presently the, citizens can commit them- Stereo Tapes & prayers tir
This phrase, perhaps more truth Is that you can't change most important things in our selves to the good of the coun-
than any other, seems to en- ghettos until you change the society. But the human being try and everyone in it will Johnson's T.V.
ter the discussion of everyone quality of life within them. must become most important. crime -- both in the streets Buy 10 Get 2
from politicians to students to "Private properity and the Capitalism is elastic enoughto and in plush middleclass of- Records Free ;
housewives. Almost everyonehas almighty buck(which rm certainly encompass this change. fices -- be dealt with effec & Records
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Academy Award winning actor -
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topical phrase entered a conversation -,
recently at the Philadelphia -
location site of his t-l\t
newest movie, Universal's r SUYR ::.
"The Lost Man," Peltier had ,1. U1'.O ( k i
definite and stirring thoughtson \\
the subject.
."It goes without saying," S 4 \. : :,
notes the superstar, that SPECIALS!
'crime in the streets' is the
most profitable political foot- $35.00 up
ball at the moment and every- 100% HUMAN HAIR WI GS $19.95 up
one seems to twist it to fit their 100% FALLS $30.00 UP
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"But the bigger crime .. IA

transacted-in plush offices 1flL. _ _
goes unpub cized. The very

people who object to the, more HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN
popularized images of lower
class crime are often them
selves ,involved in a more lucrative ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING FROM
though hushed, brand N f SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU

of crime. So not only must the HAVE ENOUGH MONEY. TO. PAY, THE
crime In the streets be sup- LAST EXPENSES?
pressed, but so should the_

greed which,exists corruption on higher and apathy levelsbe Join U. N.C.A.

erased."I .
don't mean to sound totally 1
ivj ; Universal Christian SocietyAND
critical of our system. If you
were to ask me what is good REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST

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at this point in our nation's NEWS BREAK Sidney Poitier is interviewed by a local television CALL NOW.

history we must concern our- newsman while in Philadelphia for filming of his current movie, ."The, lost I 6917669America

selves with reconstructing our Man," in which he portrays a disillusioned ex=soldier who steals a quarter
society into one which,will
of.a million dollars and it Black
withstand the onslought of cen- turns over to a organization.
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turies to come. "... ,,-, '
"You see,we must come toa '
point where our proprietiesare
Southern Bell
not to deal with only the ,
mere patchwork of stopping < .
riots or suppressing crime in ..: : '
the streets. : : Iti '

"And this question of our ,
L i c r t
turning out m-preplredgracS- ;: :
uates from the majority of our

public tic. How school can systems a man possiblylive is dras 7: ,.:' on $1.1 o' a da)' 11nr:

in th e suburbs and send : .
his children to a good school <\JII':;
and not be concerned about the
less fortunate kids in the city?
"It all goes back to the sad s. tti..
truth that most of our country.
men have commitments which i

seldom go beyond TV sets,
homes, money and educationthe
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Orange Blossom Classic. They are: Miss Senior, Geneva Mack,an elementary pa The Florida A&M University Rattlers will meet the Alcorn A&M College

education major from Bridgeport, Conn.; Miss Junior, Marian Nesbitt, a clothBraves from Lorman, Miss. In Miami's Orange Bowl Stadium Saturday night,

ing and retailing major from Jacksonville; Miss Sophomore, Linda Dunn, a Dece mber 7.

I Equal Employment Film Available GREETINGSTo POTENTATES BALL

all Daughters of the Dec. 10, Overseas Temple; Kazah Temple No. 149 pre
EEOC," a 7-minute, provisions of Title VII of the tunity I Commission, 1800 G. IBPOE of W of the Miamiarea Dec. 11, Greater MiamlTem- sents its pre-classic dance
full-color film.explaining the 1964 Civil Rights Act. It ex- Street, North West Washington Please note that I will make ple; Dec. 9, 0. W. Bannerman The Potentates Ball"get acquainted -
role of the U.S.Equal Employ- plains how EEOC handles D.C. 20506, specifying my official visits to the Temples Te mple, Dec. 17, Liberty with the "in crowd"at
ment Opportunity Commission complaints of Job discrimination whether they wish the Englishor listed below: Temple; Jan. Antlers the fabulous Gulfstream
,has been released nationally based on race,color,sex, Spanish language version. Temple; Jan. 10, Pride of Mi- Room oftheBayfrontParkAuditorium.
EEOC Chairman Clifford religion or national organ and ami Council. .
L. Alexander, Jr., how EEOC promotes affirma- HELP WANTED In the world today a sense of Friday, Dec. 6,from 10 p.m.
announced. tive action programs involving fear Is gripping mankind. The to 2 a.m.,attire: men-tuxedos;
Produced in English and in business, and communities to CIRCULATION MANAGER for The Miami world is rapidly becoming a women- ?gowns. For more
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EEOC" is the Commissions opportunity. transportation. Good pay and 'co ihir o'ris. -Let, us .pray Sara, world.ofeverylastlng .nillar.d,1885 .NW 55th St.;
first film, and is aimed at Individuals or groups peace. Robert Wilcox 6965 NW 30th
showing the general public the interested in booking the film No experience necessary. Call 691-0421 for Yours In SJS and F, Mae Ave.; John S. Williams 1748
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 6, 1968lIImIPI. ..
in the
Any where world
i .. .....P' 1 din rlil I 1:1: L_ Carver you wont to 90"
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L ; Jt I 'A :t PMaa 1 News Bow TJUYt'L 4VNlU
; J By Walter "Your Neighborhood, Trov.1Agent.
a= The Ladles Auxilary to Post. .
5: i A! hold its regular
: : 8195 will Ac near to you o. your
meeting Sunday Dec. 8th at 5' telephone. Give us o call.
p.m. The post home Pembroke -. W. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
A... FR 9-8451. Choc. C.
Rd. Mrs. Addle James, North, Manager.
president, Mrs. Ruth Scott,
a4t secretary.The .
Officers and membersof Tune In
Post No. 8195 VFW. Are
$ |! thanking the officers and The

members for their community Florida Story
project J during Thanksgivingweek.

I 20TH ANNIVERSARYThe The Ladies Auxiliary
gave away two turkeys and two II
Cooperative Club of Miami celebrated its 20th anni- Members from left to right are: Clementine Lewis, assis- boxes of groceries to the
versary Oct. 27th at the Continental Club. The wonderful Mr. tant secretary; Willie Mae Watson;Thelma Pinder,chairman, needy families in this area. KIRBY BROOKS
'Walter presented the show of the season, all members of the birthday committee; Lolita Spears,chairman,sick committee; The Voice of Democracy with fascinating facts on
club served as hostess for the evening.The affair was a great Mattie Harris, reporter; Bertha McKeever,chaplain;Roberta program is still on for the Florida its people. .
success. The lovely Mrs. Troupe eloquently served as M, C. McDowell, business manager; Frank Gardner, club sweet- Students at Dillard,High business...wildlife...history
heart; Elizabeth Johnson, president; Ozell Troupe, M. C.; School. For information con- , to prove there's more to
Members are making plans for the many Christmas baskets Janet Battan, sunshine treasurer; Rose Tucker, treasurer; tact your Principal or your Florida than meets the eye!
that they will give the needy families this Christmas, which Is Mildred Wright, financial secretary, Zella B. Brown, vice English teacher. There WGBS-AM 71 Don your dial
one of the many charitable contributions of the club. president. are many scholarship awardsto a.m.-MON.-FRI.
be given this year. VFW.
.ratl>rm mt jU Posts all over the Nation have Pr..nted bv
Y From this program going. Post No. FLORIDA POWER LIGHT CO.
8195 will be assigned Dillard HELPING

High. This year 1968-69.
NassauSir Voice of Democracy programends MEN 6RCNG SACK ,
Jan. 6th Charles E.Mor-
,. ton, Principal. The Gay- YOUR' BEST iOOK
Ladies all the
are thanking
Etienne Dupuch, pub- friends who attended their WEST POINTWith
lisher of the Nassau Tribune, dance on last Wed. night Nov.' Adjustable Power Panel Can Help!
f after many years of service in 27th at the Downbeat Club in -.
: : '.j the Bahamas government, has Lauderdale '
r'I retired. The tribune has been
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l/. J published for over 65 years.Ye department meets every Mon tGivUSlim !
'*"* Editor remembers its first .
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HAS ANYONE"SEEN issue.Congratulations Editor. Hall, 44th Ave. and 21st St. , -

MR. FRED THOMPSON, SR. The wedding of Patricia coat and accesories. .
v ia age 72, 6'3", gray hair. Last Joycelyn Crawley, daughter of Out of town guests included L",I .J :.,': :, ,
seen, Oct. 2. Last known ad- Assistant Commission of Mrs. Gladys Roberts, Miamitt I, :. 1 It
dress, 347 NW 14thStMiami. Police John T. Crawley and bride's aunts, Mrs.Joyce-
If anyone has seen or knows Mrs. Crawley and Mr.StanleyA. lyn Buffer and Mrs. Martha
where this ,man can be found, Mortimer Jr. son of Mr.
Flowers, Miami; Mrs.Rozolla AMAZING NEW"POWERPANEL"
please notify Missing Persons and Mrs. Mortimer,took place Crawley, New Jersey, Dr. FLATTENS Item 1463
Bureau or call Mrs. Doris Saturday, November 9, at St. Carl Yeager, Mr. and Mrs.. ABDOMEN UP TO INCHES $498
Thompson Wilson or Mrs. Matthews Church, the Rev.,Clarke, Mr. J. Washington, A few seconds >.all It takes for the POWER
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Adriana Thompson Smith, at Cannon Addington Johnson of- Mrs. Ethel Larrimore Mr. other II.altlbelt can compare with It. with
your stomach pulled In you will appear taller I
634-9070 or Mr.FredThomp- mor youthful and healthful RELIEVE
ficiating.The and Mrs. M. Friedman,Florida ACHINQ BACK In such caMt where firm
son Jr. at 634-1210. support II nad* bride wear ing an A-line ; Miss Irene Crawley, New support. Wear th. WEST POINT to
asa the pain of nagvlng backacn and at the
9 SAN ANTONIO.Airman gown of peau de sole with lace Jersey, a cousin of the bride; same time Improve your appearance and
posture;..___ _ _
John H. Samuel Jr.,son of Mr. appliques embroided seed Dr. L. Chlssom and Mr. A. GOLD MEDAL, PRODUCTS INC
MASTER OF JAZZ Quincy Jones composerof and Mrs. Willie Young of 2 5 50 pearls. Her short veil was held Kemp, New York and Judge Oept.CO: Inwood, L.1..N.V. Ill**
the music score for Columbia Pictures' Macken- NW 152nd St., Opa-locka, has by a seed pearl crown and she Morris Parker of Jamaica. 8f.13..._Wilt_..Point._......Power_(Y6'to Panel 46'' Waist. )
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na's Gold" and one of the greatest masters of American completed basic training at carried a bouquet of white car- Sir Francis Cumming Bruce Enclosed find O Cash Registered CJ Money
Lackland AFB is nations. Governor of the Bahamas Order O Check and Hold Medal pays postage
jazz, runs through the musical score as Carl Tex. He now on charges.
assigned as an Air Force The maid of honor, Sandra, his visit to Freeport, Grand O Collect on Delivery(I will pay postman on
delivery to me plus postage and C.O.D.
Foreman producer-director of the film gives his charges.
her sister wore a O Sand me new Gold Medal
musician with a unit of the Air shocking Bahamas was pleased with Catalog wltnMen's
undivided attention. wigs moustaches beards etc. Yours
University at M a x w e 11 AFB, pink empire line gown. The what he saw, calling it a lOt"A EIE" Just Write.Name. .
Jones will add "Mockenna's Gold", starring bridemaids wore olive modern miracle
Ala. Airman green and
Samuel a 1963 predictsthe
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original musical scores for En ter Laughing, The University of Miami worsted dress with matching world In years to come. -=-== .: : ? zip -=

Deadly Affair, Walk, Don't Run, all for Columbia -

Pictures. Another Columbia hit, Truman Capote'sIn

Cold Blood, brought Jones an Academy Award LIFE INSURANCEDoesn't
nomination for the "best original score." Other

film credits list, In The Heat of the Night, Out At I

the Country Club, The Slender Thread, Mirage, Cost It PaysLast

and the Boy in the Tree.

Quincy Jones, although he is still young hasan year life insurance benefit payments in

unbelievably successful career and is still one America amounted to more than $12,000,000000.00. ,-
of the most sought-after musical composers in the .

motion picture industry today. I

Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for
death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was

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Urban League EOD League Pays Tribute To LBJ and suffering minority groups. We recall that other

presidents courageously spoke In favor of civil rights.
"Mr. President: "But It Is to your leadership, Mr. President, that we owe
Dinner Biggest Yet "The National Urban League, founded in 1910, has worked the abolition of all forms of legal discrimination In this coun
for 58 years to secure Equal Opportunities for the black citizens try. You have boldly called on our nation to eliminate povertyand
- delivers and for all disadvantaged minorities in this country. Each deficient education, ill health and human despair.Withoutthe
This year's Greater MiamiU New. Thrust Program, on the occasion of our Equal Opportunity Day, we recognize
address. (4) year, changes for which you have so strenuously fought, no legal
ban main
League Equal Oppor- the those who have most devotedly and most efficiently served equality can be translated into real equal opportunity. #'
tunity Day dinner was the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hopkins of making the promises of our constitution and the
the cause has
of the Year "Under your administration, this ,country begun this
biggest ever held. The ball- accepts Family D. high Ideals of this land become a reality for us all. enormous task. We believe that the struggle will contlnue-- -
room at Miami Beach's Deau- plaque from Rev. Harold crowd. "This evening Is an oustanding landmark In the National until each and every one of our citizens can dream all the
ville Hotel was filled with Long (5) A view of the history. Your visit with us tonight, Mr. President
Urban League's dreams and nurture all the ambitions that today are permittedto
guests, and some,people were (6)) Another group of guests. gives us the occasion to express to you our deepest grati- only the most fortunate.
turned away because they did (7))Mrs.Louise Glasser greetsMr. of presidency to Justice and equal
and Mrs. tude for the contribution your "Before you leave office, Mr. President,the National Urban
not have Tucker with
reservations.The Reid opportunity. Leagues considers It the'highest honor to be able to thank you
montage above shows Robert O. Hach and Mrs. "When assumed office, Mr. President, our laws still better health
T. you In the name of the children whom you gave
scenes and highlights of the (8) Executive Director black of their rights to full
to assure A merfcas. people
the public failed and better education, the adults to whom you gave a measure
eventful affair; (1) Part of Willard Fair thanks table.(10) citizenship. Enormous gaps In economic status, educational of hope and pride, the old to whom you gave more comfort and .
guests and the head table. (2) (9) Guests and head ...
dignity. We thank you also In the name of this country, which
Times, editor Garth C.ReevesSr More guests.((11)award) Mrs.from Georgia Sen.l League Guild. (13)). A representative thrills the audience with his has become nobler as it has become more Just.
accepts his awardsasSen. Jones accepts accepts: awardfor beautiful vocal renditions. "Your courage and perseverance In being the advocate for
Harry P. Cain and League Cain..((12) Mrs. Reid beams$1,500 the IBM Company from Photos by Eastern Airlines Justice and economic progress will be an Inspiration for the
President check for
look Mrs. Maude Reed she accepts Lindsey park- Sen. Cain. (14))Eugene Holmes photograph: service. United States In the years to come .. and a constant example
on. (3) Sterling Tucker, from Mrs. Ann Urban of the University Miami., :for all of us to follow."
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Ilfor Avery Named PR /Manager 9 Million Poor To Get Free lawyersWASHINGTON.

The fed- ernment would provide 85 percent The HEW program was en- :
Humble's eral government has announced of legal costs for people dorsed by representatives of
ftef ion a plan to provide welfare receiving welfare under aid to the American Bar Association :
-- - ---- recipients with free lawyersfor dependent children, with the
I ., National Legal Aid and
PELHAM, N. Y. JamesS. community relations for such civil cases as divorces state paying the rest.The fed- Defender Association and Office
very has been named public Humble. In this capacity co- and suits against land eral share will drop to 75 per of Economic Opportunity

relations manager for ordinated several of the com lords. cent next July 1, he said. which has its own legal aid
Humble Oil & Refining Company's pany's continuing human rela program with 2,000 lawyers.
Wilbur J. Cohen, secretaryof Cohen said he
Northeastern Region, tions could not esti-
programs affecting mi- Health Cohen was asked whether he
Education and Welfare -
headquartered in Pelham.He nority mate costs of the program,
groups and assisted his wouldre-
said states must initiatethe thought program
will be responsible for Humble which was authorized under
executives with vari- main in effect when a
legal help programs but the
rela- recent Social amend
overall corporate public ous aspects of Security
community relations lican
federal would administration takes
within Humble's largest government pay ments, until states submit
tions such as cooperationwith most of the cost. About nine over Jan.20.He replied by cit-
their .
marketing region, encompas- proposals.He
government agencies and million persons receive welfare ing the endorsements and said
sing the states of New York, private groups, and aid-to- in the U.S. said legal services under he would "let it rest on Its
New Jersey, Massachusetts, education projects. merits."
the plan would include divorce
Connecticut, Vermont, New Avery joined Humble in 1956 The program covers civil actions landlordtenantcases
Hampshire, Maine and Rhode 3 after heading the history de- cases but not criminal actions. ,consumer debts and TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

Island.He partment at the Cranford.N.J. Supreme Court rulings already , .other civil legal problems. CHURCH SUNDAYF.
will provide counsel to high school, where he had been require prosecuting
management on local environ president of the student body thorities to provide free legal
ment and trends within this JAMES S. AVERY and an outstanding athlete as a help to defendants who cannot S. E. S. REPORT:

geographical} area, and develop youth. He is a graduate of Co- afford a lawyer. i I
and implement pro- relations Prior to being named public lumbia University, where he Training Jobs Open NowIf

grams designed to encourage manager, Avery earned his bachelor's and Cohen told a news con-
company participation in urban was national coordinator ofEducation's master's degrees. ference that the federal gov-

affairs. you have no experience but want to work here is an
opportunity to learn a trade. All have to do is
you apply
Grady Avery, who replaces was named James head E.of Theme Of Special! for a job at the Employment Service Office listed below.

planning in the company's (1)). A local employer has a job opening to train some-
relations one how to fill ,cumstomer orders. You n. st be a high

department headquarters in Houston public ,Texas. Issue Of Freedom vs school graduate and have completed your mill fry obliga-
tions. The salary starts at $2.00 an hour for five day,
Active in civic,professionaland forty hour week.
The entire current issue of Education and
Black Self-
charitable affairs at both as the highest form of educa- (2). An in the
FREEDOMWAYS A extreme North East area hasa
Quarterly Image" Dr. Alvin
by F. Pou-
tion. Dr. Endres tells of
national and local levels, Review of the Freedom Move- ssalnt, psychiatrist on the Mary job opening for a New Car Get Ready Man. ExperienceIs
Avery is vice chairman of the her experiences in the not but must be
men, is built around the theme staff of Tufts University necessary you mechanically Inclined.
Advisory Committee to the Education And The Changing School of Medicine ]Mississippi Headstart Program The starting salary will be $2.00 an hour for an 8:00 a.m.
Included is
Vice President's Task Forceon an analytical reviewof to 5:00 p.m. shift
Monday through Friday.
AfroAmerican .
Community.This "Education In the Black
the much- 110
Youth Motivation}effortto is a special issue of the Community: An Examinationof praised ((3)). A local employer has a job opening for a me-
Street the book of
motivate the nation's mi- 128 with 20 Livingston chanically inclined trainee to learn the repair and maintenance -
over con- the Realities"
pages by author and educator David the
nority youth to prepare for expanding tributors. The essays in the political science professorDr. Rogers on of industrial trucks.The salary will start at $2.00an
opportunities in busi- many problems In the New i hour for a five day, forty hour week.
issue and
analyze, interpret Charles V. Hamilton of
ness and industry. He has add valuable information to the Roosevelt University, York City public school Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida

served in this capacity since body of experience being Africanization: The New Input system. State Employment Service, 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue. Employment -
1966. accumalated in the struggle for to Black Education"byPreston Tom feelings and Madeline Service offices are open at 8:00 a.m. sharp,
Rabb provide illustrations. Monday through
He was recently elected as quality education in the United Wilcox, National Cartoonist Brumisic Brandon
chairman of the Union County, States. FREEDOMWAYS has Chairman of the Associationof contributes
assembled writers, scholars, the Intermediate School 201 eight drawings
N. J., coordinating agency for titled 'Readin' Rithmftic
artists teachers, parents and Complex ,
higher education, a nine- Racism."
member agency with the goalof students for the purpose of "The Poverty of Educationand

strengthening the higher making an all-important ap- the Education of the Poor" '.
education resources in.the. praisal of the crisis in education -. by Professor Ramon Sanchez
county. in the public schools and of City College, New York

universities today.FREEDOMWAYS. "Blame the Negro Child!
In Plainfield,N.J.,his home is published by Dr. Doxey A. Wilkerson, VALU
from 1954 through 1967, he at 799 Broadway, New educator and researcher, now
served for the last eight yearsas Chairman of
YorkNew York City 1003. Department
a member of the city's Lo- Single copies of this fall issue Cur r ic ul m, Ferkauf Grad-

cal Assistance Board, which are $150, and subscriptionsare uate School of Humanities and NEXT TO GREAT VALU MKTIN
supervises the activities of the $3.50 per year. Social Science, Yeshiva Cor. Douglas Rcf. & Dixie Hwy. ( THE DROVE)

Plainfield Welfare Depart- The major j ariticles in the University, New York.In .
ment. In three of those years, addition Thomas Dent
issue Includes: ,
he was elected board chair- "Main Currents in the young southern-based poet, NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU
Education Crisis Affecting essayist and director, writeson
Currently first vice AfroAmericans" byDr. the future of the pre-
basileus of the Omega Psi Phi Horace Mann Bond of Atlanta dominantly Negro College' in \ COME VISIT YOUR NEWEST /
an article titled "Blues for
Fraternity University
Avery was a national -
vice chairman of the last Educational Values and the Negro College." Maude \ MODERN DRUG STORE /
three annjal campaigns of the Community Values" by Rev. White Katz contributes "End
United Negro College Fund. Milton A. Galamison, newly Racism in Education: A Con-

He served three terms as elected Vice President of the cerned Parent Speaks." WE CAN REFILL ANY AUTHORIZED PRESCRIPTIONS FROM ANY
Assistant Principal James E.
of Education of New
national president and one as York City"TheNew I board chairman of the National
Literature on -
Association of Market De-
velopers, a professional association by Education Dr. Edward of the Black K. Weaver Child", James FergusonDies PRESCRIPTIONSWHITMAN'S BOXED CANDIES

composed chiefly Dean of the School of Educa-

executives ment people and in other the sales manage-and tion of Atlanta University."The In New TIMEX WATCHES RADIOS/ WIGS
of BlackStudents'
public relations York
fields. He
Organizations" by
continues to serve as a mem- Professor Robert S. Browneof BRING IN THIS AD AND RECIEVE A FREE GIFT!!!!!!!!
ber of NA MD's board of direc James L. Ferguson, son of
tors. the late H.B. "Kingfish" Fer-

...... - - - - -.University----;. --....... guson guson,and died New Lillian York Fer-City I USE OUR XMAS LAY-AWAY PLAN I

Monday after a lengthy illness.He .
was a graduate of BookerT.

attended. Washington the City HighSchooland College of gSPEC'\ '.$ GILLETTE

New York. $I.1

He was employed at Wright this week STAINLESS BLADES
Aeronautical Corporation in

Patterson, New Jersey before
his illness. CONTAC SNOW 1:
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He leaves to mourn his i
mother Mrs. Lillian Fer- S\.S9 $1.19 1. 'rPACKS
guson of ( Cambria Heights, \
e N.Y..two brothers,H.B. Fer- LIMIT ((2))

guson Jr. of Winston Salem, M1.AlOReg.

0 N.C., and Earl Ferguson of

SHOP Brooklyn; one sister Miss $.159 $\.19 worth $1 00
ARTISTIC FLORAL Shirley Ferguson of Bridgeport 1201. Coupon .

HOME: 693-2708 SHOP: 691-7475 Towards Your .
Arrangements For All Occasions The body is at Marcus Jack- TON\C\
"You Can't Go Wrong If You Give Flowers II son Funeral Home, 2416 SSS Next
Ave., New York City. Prescription
Eighth \.59
0 MRS. MABLE BODIE, Prop. The family lives at 274 Miller R,9. $ $1.\9
0 MRS. DORA M. WILLIAM, Bus. Mgr. Avenue Brooklyn. Funeral Is 1201., REFILLS INCLUDED!!

1551 NVV 62nd STREET MIAMI FLORIDA s c h d u led for Saturday with
Void Aft., .c. 31 1968
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r 24 THE MIAMJ TIMES, Friday, December 6, 1968 I

Deltas In RetrospectAt Blacks Apply from All Over r-Worry SMART Airw1 Hair WOMIN TIIIt' I I!:

the year's initial meeting of the Miami Alumnae Chapterof I
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.,the gavel of authority was Miami Police Jobs ,N.1 bci waOe can 0 IWO MNb p011 := Namwt MA :"IrJ:: P
passed to the new President Mrs. Fannie Thurston from the Country For Onlpqsit I
retiree Mrs. Gussie Ervin and very pleased was the look of I I
both the recipient and the giver. graduated high school and pass itw
Miami's national campaignto ters ou a vast publicity program examination and 'o00wM It
a physical
To Mrs. Ervin the fulsome praise of the entire Sisterhood recruit more Negroes into and the second focuseson character investigation. t
came her way for the extraordinary energy and resourcefulness its police department is reaping recruitment among Negro N- p MlrnAMOurl IIIIM I
she displayed in meeting the always diverse demands of responses from Manhattanto servicemen at military bases !

business, committee, and social events. There were cere- the Rockies. throughout Florida. JobmobileThis iaiO Oitlly I Ii i
monial aspects to which she was more than equal in graciousness Into army Il
substance and tone. There were unremitting demands Since City Manager M. L. The publicity campaign is is where the Jobmobile l
which she met In steering the meetings over parliamentary Reese announced the start of concentrating on advertisingand is: ,, !
schoals from issue to issue on the agenda of the business ses- "Operation Badge"at a press public service announce- Monday, Dec. 9, 7:30 a.m. :
sions, through it all she carried out her presidential duties conference Nov. 13, prospec- ments on radio and television,. to 4:30 p.m. West 23rd. St. r iW J
with considerable wit, balance, and finally, but not least, witha tive candidates from various as well as stories in both local between 5th and 6th Avenues, !
keen awareness of the ramifications of the Important matters states including New York, and state newspapers Hialeah. +

with which the members grappled. Connecticut, Pennsylvania and .The Greater Miami Urban Tuesday, Dec. 10, 7:30a.m. \ y ONLY
Because of the overwhelming support and membership involvement Utah have written City Hall to League and The Miami Times, to 4:30 p.m. GrandAvenueandDouglas : $3.98 i
of loyal, ardent Deltas who believe that the excel- indicate their interest in becoming a highly respected newspaperin Road, CocountGrove. -OOID-MIOAL-. -MAIM, -f':-fi'.I"-.-. 4
c f IrMl apt.
lence of community leadership is commensurate with the degree police officers. the Negro community, have Wednesday, Dec.U,7:30 I.t.:. .kf .."..N.Y. I(SOS
of the will to serve,the sorority offers the following sur- joined forces with the City to a.m. to 4:30: p.m. N.W. 22nd 8 JO t SIKOK Grown 8 O:.f.ei AuburAddrttL. eh "

vey of accomplishments for the sorority year 67-68: "Operation Badge" began promote "Operation..,Badge." Avenue and 157th Street Opa- N......________..__..
steam after WHAT
picking up locka. __ .
I. Community project for aiding needy children in the Naranjaarea. a Miami radio station, fed the Garth Reeves, managing Thursday, December 12, C n...__._s I.u.- .. -ZIP.I
story to the CBS network, editor of The Times, is regu- and Friday, Dec. 13,7:30a.m. o ,Mmity.'.nto C I.IH'.ui.t s.'"II 6"N-.H.I....writ NplrpM *.
which then carried it on 270 publishing stories, in
larly to 4:30 p.m. N.W. 12th Avenue
A. Soror Miriam Pratt organized and taught a basic mathe-
stations across the country. which Negro Miami police officers -
matics class for adults and children. and 54th Street at Grandway.
There are presently 69 Ne- point out the advantages -- .-. ..--
B. Soror Eleanor Cole organized and supervised a charm
police officers onthe670- of law enforcement career.
clinic for fifth and sixth grade girls.C. gro
department. The city hired One of the better advantages
Soror Dora Wright organized and taught a class in piano
its first Negro officer in Is the pay Beginning Dec. 25, ZIG-ZAG
total enrollment 22 pupils (first Instructions in piano).
1944. He's Ralph White, of the a rookie Miami officer will
D. Piano class and charm class presented an Evening of
criminal investigations di- earn a starting salary of $7- : SEWING MACHINESBRAND
Culture for their parents and friends (semi-culmination). ,
per year.
E. Deltas Sorors, Edna Ammons, Lucy McPhaul, Victoria IitLa
is applicant must be between -
Simpsons, Eleanor Cole, and Dora Wright makeup the Scout "Operation Badge" rN.
20-33 old have
two-pronged effort. One cen- years ,
Committee for the Brownie and Junior GirlScoutTroops in

the Naranja area. mitted to the future of our country and to all of our people.-
n. Completed payment of$500.00 pledge to Variety Children's Because of the success of that future, hope and faith are
Hospital. more needed now than pride in the sorority's past. Realizingthis
III. Awarded two scholarships of$300OOeach to two deserving than Deltas are again united in strenuous efforts under
young Deb applicants, Shirley Ann Ross now at Clark Collegeand the dynamic leadership of Mrs. Fannie Thurston who is aspiring -
Valerie B. Hill, enrolled at Florida A&M University.IV. to share, to act, and to keep going full speed ahead! MiamiCALLNOW
Delta Debutantes enjoy the 18th Pre-Ball activities. John Ruskin puts an eloquent final emphasis on the Sorority's b
A. Intellectually aroused by Soror Albertha Caldwell at a future plans: 655-15 f fBrowarti
lecture-forum, "The Challenge of Leadership." Therefore, when we build
B. Engagement In Civic Projects at Variety Children's Hos- Let us think that we build forever :) r "
pital, Sunland Training Center and Parkway Children's Center Let it not be for present delight
Nor for present use alone NEW
1. St. Patrick's Day at Variety Children's Hospital involved Let it be such work
story telling of the "Shamrocks," "A Sound of As our descendants will thank us for ACCEPTED 1967
Music," and a party for the children. And let us think as we lay stone on stone ,rrr P PORTABLES
2. "Story Hour," at Sunland Training Center, of today and That a time is to come
long ago. When those stones will be held sacred o
3. "Art and Music appreciation" at Parkway -- fun, Because our hands have touched them

games, andsoclal hour. And that men will say ',* JL 1,* , J'. C.*
C. Toured Bass Museum Miami Beach.D. As they look upon the labor ""P '
A date with "Call Me Madam" at the Coconut Grove. And wrought substance of them
Playhouse. Seel! This our 'Delta Women' did for us.
E. Weekly rehearsals were a combination of dance and - - - - - - - - - - 1291OIN.W. 7 AVE..
charm instructions.
F. Fashion show brunch at Burdines.

+ 1. Hair styles
2. Hats ,. v .
3. After five attire THE NEWLY DECORATED c& iaII

4. Jewelry
H. Debutante Cotillion
V. Fifty-fifth Founder's Day observance theme: "Women Con- WAYOUT COCKTAIL

fronting the future, the promise, the potential"A.

Guest speaker, Soror Dorothy Orr,a prominent commun- LOUNGE
ity leader from Ft. Lauderdale.

B. Cited outstanding women of the community for outstand- 9123 NW 22 Avenue
ing service.

1. Mrs. Ida Bell Jackson Mosely I dh
2. Commissioner Athalie Range A ,, =:

3. Mrs. Charlotte Ford We'll be looking for you before and after the /
4. Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chapman Classic

5. Mrs. Olive B. Alexander ',- -. :';c d;.>.'!::
6. Mrs. Linnie Fannin
7. Mrs. Carrie B. Anderson
8. Mrs. Irene StraughterVI
Social Actions workshop panel meeting at ) Biscayne Cafeteria 1 1 1 '

(needs of the disadvantaged).
A. Participants

School.1. Mr. Willie Wright, Director of Naranja Community 1 fix toREPAIRS 1

2. Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Curtis, president of Mia mi Association -
of Women's Clubs.
3. Mrs. Betty Lou Barbieri,EOPI director of the Edison s

LitUe River area.
4. Mr. James Fayson, director of Brownsville Community
VII Twenty-fifth Annual Jabberwock, "Psychedelic Moods in
Three Phases," an unprecedented success STEREORADIO

Vin Teen Lift
Soror Eleanor Cole and Soror Miriam Pratt carried out an
ultra successful summer cultural activity program for many
under privileged teenagers.
The challenge of the past sorority year, under the executive Package of 12 acrylic yarn
body and membership is now being passed on this executive .
body and membership for the next two years.Will they accept?

Will they succeed? COLOHFULSTOINGS
Executive Committee for 68-1970: Fannie Thurston,

president; Doreen Young, first vice president;Cliffonia Ross,
second vice president; Anna Jackson, treasurer; Linnle t 693473 Red Mack, white, yellow, .

Fannin, chaplain; Sheba Martin, sergeant at arms; Juana green, pink:, orange, blue ,
Lane recording secretary; Lucy McPhaul, cor. secretaryDorothy ;, . all the colors you want. $1 ;
Maxwell, Journalist; Dorothy Graham, parliamentarian ''
Wear them
; Dorothy Sawyer, financial secretary; Harriet Shootes, AMERICA FURNITURE many smart ,
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Even afte an emergence NW 42 S YOUR MONIY'S WORTH MORE AT ;
economic Delta is clearly not Jusl t I
social, and : progress, ----.1MOOL1MOR1lH'S
counting blessings and remaining complacent. Delta is corn : i

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Opa-locka Neighborhood Center, newly re-organized
Advisory Board, met on Tuesday evening, November 19, Mr
David pemberton, chairman of the Advisory Board conductedthe "V-.
organizing of the North Dade Improvement Association
Inc. This corporation Is designed to raise the social and eca-'
nomic level of the area residents.The officers are as follows- BAMBOO SLAT BRIGGS & STRATTON POWERED
Mr. Charles Curry, president; Mr. R. s. Jackson, vice
president; Mr. Willie Holland, secretary; Mrs. Mable Rogers, REED ROTARY MOWER
assistant secretary; Mr. Lee Afford, treasurer.

Board of directors Include Mr. Harry Nabbie, Mr. David Dependable DYHA-MOW I 1
pemberton and Father William O'Connell. Use at backgrounds and rustic d.cor for
This Is an open-ended corporation, which will include all nativity seen. and other Christmas deco THRU hri fewer(4 cycle)"Irlffi end
rations. Or Install on your lawn or patio to Strittcn" e'unNirheete: kinky
and neighborhood
needed necessary Improvements,and will not KD f 20-INCH WltffiMwIni
create the Mcluslon you always want.d. Hit handl* kr cMki, indOirtttl
exclude any of the area residents.Currently,Wendell Sturrup ntr l. "IASY-SPIN" start,
Barbara Hodge and Vivian Duhart, neighborhood counselors', 6-FOOT, HIGH; 25-FOOT ROLL .fl,"Llfttlmt"I nvUn-kMrlnf, wktilt.PM420 .

are assisting the corporation In securing subscribers. The j ONLY
goal Is 3,000 members. Joann Turner, community organizer, $5.00
is working with several club groups,and Identifying other club ff1 MONTH
groups to join this corporation. These groups are spearheaded : REG.
by the North Dade Community Club, of which Mrs. Lucille $45.95
Price Is president, Mrs. Mable Rogers, vice president, and + yew. ,F
Mrs Ruth Singleton, is secretary. The membership fee In the Reg. $12.98 NO MONEY DOWN!
North Dade Improvement Association, Inc., is $1.00. To Join
please call the Opa-locka center, 681-4683.


November 20, Willie B. Williams (teacher-member of
Enrichment Committee) opened the program,at Liberty City's

COC, by extending greetings to all. ::Deluxe
Mr. Louis Kandal, the guest ofhonor, was accompanied by S.lte
Commander Alton Zucker. Both represent the Jewish War
Veterans Post #682 and presented the Child Opportunity Center A dual-purpose tool that edges HEDGE TRIMMER -
with toothbrushes. or trims. Powerful 4.0 amp mo-
A heartfelt thanks was extended by Mr. Rudy Williams, tor delivers 17,000 rmp. Has 7-
center director to Mr. Louis Kandal and Commander Alton Inch diameter blade.
Zucker for another of many In-kind donations. \ 2.3 amp motor i1.S41 .
The Health and Food Fair held at our Child OpportunityCenter 1800 strokes per
was very successful. The attending parents decided to minute MODEL
raise money, for the purchase of outdoor equipment for the Model \V 'PJJ 13-lnch 527

children. 539 S. .... blade
CREDIT UNION- Ronald Philmee, managerAn 'r**
all day benefit barbecue will be held December 15, at &> $31.88 'Ji
Crandon Park, Pit #3. Tickets are now on sale at 1900 NW $21.88 REG.
75th Street. Admission: adults $1.50 children under 12,75g. NO MONEY DOWN I
The Liberty City ADC Mother's Club gave a ThanksgivingDinner
for family, friends, and Liberty City EOPI staff. The

invocation was given by Father Joseph Coleman. The hundred
friends who attended had a most joyous evening.The .
Liberty City area staff wish victory for FA MU Rattlers.


South Miami residents were recently engaged in a clean-up MATE'S CHAIR .
campaign. The participation residents resulted In one award
You'll add a rich wood
and two certificates being given for the best kept private and
16-INCH finish to this natural gun;
rental property in the area. BY 15IN. cabinet and turn it Into
The South Miami Neighborhood Advisory Board membersmet BY 17-IN. I an elegant conversation
on November 20, to discuss the following: (1) Neighborhood piece. Has glass door.
priorities to be worked on in the community(2) the Neigh Stands 68 Winch high
borhood Development Program and(3) Park director for Lee fJI 24-Inch wide, 15MiInchdeep.
Park. .

The Marshall Williamson Senior Citizens enjoyed a very q J/IA' .
special treat from the members of the Search and Serve Project NO.
Senior Centers, Inc. on November 21. Miss D. V. Brun- 501 I/I/Q
:&ge gave a rendition entitled'Give When You Give the Best of
Your Service." .
Judge John Johnson, EOPI Housing Affairs Specialist, and Faithful reproduction of Early $49.05
Mr. Carl McCoy, housing specialist from FHA, were guest American craftsmanship. NO MONEY DOWN!
speakers at the South Miami Neighborhood EOPICenter Monday
November 25. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss
theproblems of housing in this area and the advantages the
people In this area have under the new FHA program.
There was a Town meeting at South Miami City Hall Monday, LindsieW LumberMIAMIDADE
November 25, at 8 p.m. The meeting was called for the pur-
Pose of explaining the Neighborhood Development Program.
The ADC Mothers Club members met on Tuesday,Nov. 26, \/
to discuss the sponsoring of the Bethune.Cookman Chorale in a MIAMI-DADE STORES
concert, which is to be held sometime In February.The .
4-H Club, sponsored by the South Miami Neighborhood] Open Sundays till 2 P.M. .
N.W.28th St. Ph.6354511 .. Stores alsolocated
EOPI Center, Is In the process of making skirts, which Is aPart 3505 N.W.79th Street-Ph.6962810N 2160 1635 SW.27th Ave.--Ph.443.7432
of their uniforms for the Dade County Youth Fair In January W.7th Ave.4 127th St.-Ph 681.7471NW 812 S.W. 12th Ave.-Ph.374-5108
1969. 179th St.-Ph 621-0544 401 NE. 167th St.-Ph.949-3537 I i in:
14300 N.W.27th Aw.-Ph.688-6523 1295 W.49th St. Ph.821.2150
.221-8311 : Kty West ((2 Stores)
8820 Bird RoadPh. Ph.238-5535
PERRINE: S. Dixie HW1.-
JOHN F. KENNEDY NEIGHBORHOODThe 4300 Ponce de Leon-.Ph 7574571S 443 7461496NL79thSt.Ph HOMESTEAD: 632 Washington Ave.-Ph.247-6813 I IslamoradaTravtrnier,

Friday Dixie itudlam Road-Ph.661-1672 MIAMI STORES BELOW CLOSED SUNDAY
Thompson's Block Club had a successful party 5891SDw.eHwy.Ph.661.53613817NW. 660 NE.96th St.-Ph.759-2431 Fort Pierce
night, Nov 15. The manager from the center's credit union 17thAw. -Ph.6334218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph. 97-4711 Cocoa
spoke and received new members. Proceeds were put into the till 2 P.M. Beach
credit BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays Day tuna
On held at Fannie w. HOLLYWOOD 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph 989-6850 FT.LAUDERDALE NW. 1st Ave.-Ph. 522.7411 TOM pa ((5 Stores)
Thursday, Nov. 14 a "Health Fair" was 801N2I Ave.-Ph. 922-5624 POMPANO BEACH 142 S,W. lot Ave.-Ph.942-0900 Largo
Turner Child Opportunity Center in Florida City.The purpose OAKLAND HOLLYWOOD: PARK: : 1099 Oakland Park Blvd -Ph.565-6761 'fT.' LAUDERDALE,800 N,E.3rd Ave.'.Ph.522-2572 Pintllas
was to acquaint the parents with subject matters that would FT LAUDERDALE-2900 W.Broward Blvd-Ph.581-3900 < STO E.ciosio SUNDAY) St.
help In the physical care of their children. EXPORT DIVISIONS ROOF TRUSS PLANT
On November 20 the classes of four year old children at the N.W.28tbSt.-Ph.f330103 MIAMI:14300 M.W.17tMrt.-68MM
Fannie Turner ChUd Opportunity Center went on a field tripto e MIAMI: 1135 Par'I

Crandon Park Zoo. The classes of three year old childrenand
one class of five year old children went on the same trip NO MONEY P0WNI

Friday, NOV. 22,
Mrs. Willa Jean Brown, teacher's aid at Fannie Turner I
Child Opportunity Center, gave birth to a 5 lb. boy on Nov. 19. NOW PAY LATER
The Senior Citizens sponsored a beautiful exhibit on Tues- BUY ,
day, Nov. 26. On display were finished products made by the
seniors themselves.Along with the exhibit,a birthday celebration -
was held for Mrs. Minnie Brooks and Mr. Elbert Hughes.


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r 26 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 6, 1968


memory ofBLONEVA Mrs. Edna Baptiste, of 6701 Services of for 1540 Miss NW,1st Frances Ct.

... 0 .. o. ,. S.W. 61st Street, died on Nov.o Victory
I LIEE r Ei 1.0.- ; ; Apt. 7 were held Sat.Nov 30th,
28th at the B a p t1 s t Hospital.
; at 11:00 a.m. in the chapel.
i Among her survivors are one
She is survived by one sister,
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i.i-.. : Mrs. Annie Ruth Adderly;
CARD OF THANKSThe 1 Baptiste, a dear friend, Issac
IN MEMORIAMIn ; eight aunts; five uncles; and a
; ''0 Nelson, her stepparents Mr.,
IN MEMORIAM family of the late of beloved '. host of otherrelativesandfriends.
I memory our and Mrs. Thomas Bradshaw,
; 0'. t .
Inmeraoryofour dear EVELYN MARSHALL father and son.CHARLES 9 one sister Mrs. Ethel Edwards
Services for Mrs. Hattie
mother and grandmother. extend grateful thanks to everj t o j ; uncles and aunts, and inlaws. Conley of 18220 S.W. 102nd
;; i
Funeral services will be heldon
one for expressions o1!
1.. .' Place, were held Sat. Nov.30,
Saturday at 2 from I
sympathy of cards, condolences pm at 2:00 p.m. at Mount Moriah

and flowers during Christ Episcopal Church, Fr. Baptist Church, Perrine. She

our bereavement. Special Theodore Gibson, officiating I
is survived by one son,
thanks to the pastor, officers and
Richard daughters,
and members of St. Matthew's Mrs. Beatrice Johns of 3137 ;
DAMES Earlene Matilda
,;. Cherry,
Baptist Church, Rev. Joseph who departed this life Dec. 6, McDonald Street, Coconut Naomi and Fannie; one sister

Smith, Temple Baptist, 1967. Grove died on November 28th I Addle Maddock.

friends and neighbors of 3rd 'i:4: I II I Gone, but not forgotten. May at the JMH Hospital. Mrs.

Avenue, and the House of Albert 4 her soul rest In peace and light Johns is survived by one Laronda Mlchaelle Brown

Funeral Home for their perpetual shine upon her. granddaughter Mrs. JoycelynB. of 451 N.W. 7th Street Apt. 1,

efficient service. Spencer, one grandson Mr. services were held Sat. Nov.
30th 9:00 a.m. In the Chapel.She .
James Walker, five great
Sadly missed by
McCloud FamilyIN F. JOHNSONwho The FamilyIN : grandchildren, two sisters and I Is survived by her parents,

departed this life Dec. 3, other relatives. Funeral George and Ivery Brown;eight

1965. services for Mrs. Johns will sisters; four brothers; four

MEMORIAMIn My Father's way may twist and MEMORIAMIn be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. step sisters.

-- ._.._ -- turn, from Bain's Funeral Home
CORA ANN SUMNER memory ofFRED My heart may throb and ache. memory of our loved one, Chapel, Rev. LC Mickens will

PERTHONEwho .' But in my soul I'm glad I know A ,c officiate.

He maketh no mistakeMy Mrs. Maggie Williams of RANGE

departed this life Dec. 3, tt cherished plan may go n 2151/2 Washington Drive Dwight Coleman the one-

1964. month-old son of Mr.and Mrs.
.r astray, Coral Gables died on Nov. 30,
r My hope may fade away, at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Dwight Coleman, Sr. of 1875

Servant of God well done. But still ril trust my Lord to Williams is survived by two NW 90th Street, died at North

Thy glorious ware fare's done lead for he doth know the way. daughters Mesdames Georgia Shore Hospital, Nov. 27. He is

The battle's fought For by and by the mist will Baker and Annie Mae Hollin- survived by his parents; one

The victory's won lift and plain it all He'll make, shead, five grandchildren, 13 sister and his grandparents
And thou are crowned at last. all the the darkto Services were held Saturday,
Through way, great grandchildren, two
The 30 in the
FamilyIN Nov. chapel.
me, sisters, and a host of nieces,

A y He made not one mistake nephews and other relatives. Elige Norris of 242.NW 8th

MEMORIAMIn Sadly missed by; .. ," . 0 Funeral services will be heldon St., Apt. 1 died Nov. 27. He is

Agnes Sands, mother ".. "' Friday at 2:00: p.m. from survived by his wife, Clara;

memory of our dear beloved Iris Moore, daughter : 1" l' greater St. Paul AME Church, his son Clifford and 12 grand-

mother and grandfather Rodney and Charlene, grandchildren .: n:"I\t j' 1 Rev. T.E. Wright, officiating.Mrs. children. Services were held

. > Annabelle Cephus, of Saturday in the chapel.
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W. ROBINSONwho Marie Beckfort, sister MARY JANE STUBBSWe 3255 Douglas Road Coconut: Mrs. Daisy Williams of 2963

departed this life Nov.26, Grove, died Nov. 27, at JMH NW 55th St., died at Jackson

19G5. CARD OF THANKSThe wish to thank the many Hospital. Mrs. Cephus is sur- Hospital Nov. 27. She is sur-

Gone, but not forgotten.May friends and neighbors who vived by one son Jesse Cep- vived by her husband Samuel;
family of the lateMR. comforted in hus, two grandchildren, one
his soul rest in us our time of five sons Jessie Woods,
The Family. bereavement.We sister Mrs. Lillie Mae Coach, Charlie Banks, Adrian

offer special thanks to one brother Lloyd Read, and Adams and Sammie Williams,

Reverend N. F. Clark,DeaconH other relatives. Funeral ser- Jr.; three daughters Delia An-

IN MEMORIAM umes, and members of St. vices will be held on Wednes- drews, Joyce Woods and Doc ia

... ... ,....- .,-, Matthews Baptist Church whose day at 5:00: p.m. from Bain's Williams; her mother Leccie;

special kindness to her will Funeral Home Chapel, after ten grandchildren; a brother

always be remembered by which the remains will be Johnnie; and two sisters Azzie

M i those who love her dearly. shipped to Macon, Georgia for Burkes and Gladys Bell. Ser-

The- final rites and burial. vices were held Wednesday,

The Family of Dec. 4, at 1 p.m. at Triumph

Mary Jane Stubbs HOUSE OF ALBERT Church of God with Prince

Services for Miss Malinda Williams officiating

MRS. ELELYN MILLER FRANCIS Whitaker of 810 N.W,10th St. Mrs. Myrtle Gibson Taylorof
were held Monday Dec. 2, at
Alfred S. Strachan of 5220 2405 NW 157thStRd.,died

who departed this life Dec.5, GEORGE MERCHANTtakes NW 29th Ct., died Nov. 26, at 2:30 p.m. at the Church of Nov. 29. She is survived by a
Christ, Florida City. She is son Fernley a daughter Mrs.
1965, and this method of appreciation Mercy Hospital.Services will ;
survived fOUl sisters Mrs.
Verne Tinker four
be held Saturday Dec. 7 at ; grandchildren -
to sincere ,
1 express our
.... Christine Smith, Mrs. Irene
Robert Reed and
MR. JOSEPH MUNROE, thanks to Rev. James Hendon, 10:30 a.m. at St. Agnes Epis- ;
Sims Mrs. Catherine
MRS. CORA ANDERSON Cynthia Eadron and Sharon
Church ,
copal Lambert
of the Mt. Tabor Missionary ,
Petckrin of West Palm Beach
who departed this life Dec. 12, There's an open Gate at the Baptist Church family, Rev. Sands, rector officiating. He Taylor; one brother Chauncey
and Willie Gussie Carter
end of the road Gibson and an aunt Mrs.
1965. and Mrs. Otis Sample and Mt. is survived by one daughter of ,
Pehokee Florida.
God sees when the footsteps Through which each must go Aaron Baptist Church the Mrs. Freddie M. Bethel;three Cole en McKinney. Services

( all falter alone, House of Albert, Dr.Jacobson, brothers John of Miami, were held Thursday, Dec. 5,
Services for Master Bobbie
When the pathway has grown to And there in light we cannotsee Nurse Agnes De Voux and to Harold and Henry of New York at 3:30 p.m. at the Church of
Stevens of 330 S.W. 6th Ave.
steep all our neighbors and friendsfor City; cousins Mrs. Ethel Pol- the Transfiguration, Rev. Fr.

? Then he touches the weary Our Father claims his own; the cards flowers tier, Mrs. Beatrice Poitier were held Monday Dec. 2, at Clark, officiating
many ,
12:00 at Shiloh Baptist
eyelids and gives his dear Beyond the gate your love one condolences, and courtesies and Mrs. Hilda Watkins;a host Church p.m.Homestead Florida. Mrs. Catherine Grant of

ones sleep finds happiness and rest of nieces and nephews. 2545 51st died
during our hour of beaveraent. He is survived his NW St., at Jack-
by parents
And there is comfort in the Nathan C. Jackson of 1854 Bobbie and Ida Stevens. son Hospital Nov. 29. She is

The Miller Munroe families thought May God bless each and NW 1st Pl., died Dec. 2, at survived by three sisters
George Gasdon of 18320
That a loving God knows best. Jackson Hospital Services Alice
of Gladys
everyone you. S.W. Homestead Court died ,
will be held Saturday,at 3 p.m. Batchler and Louise Milton;
Saturday November 23. He is
IN MEMORIAMIn Mr. Cooley Anderson,husband Elizabeth Merchantandfamily at Greater Israel P. B.Church survived, by his wife Silver four brothers, Bennie Clinton,

Miss Willie M. Anderson, Rev. P. D. Brantly,officiating Williams sister Lewis and Isaac Warren; anda
one Mrs.
daughterand He is survived by his wife Era. nephew Bobby Batchler.
Diane Panton and brother
loving memory of our family membersIN THANK YOU one daughter Cynthia Nails; Matthew Holmes. His remains Services were held Thursday

dear father I wish to express my sin- one son Nathaniel; two sisters were shipped to Savannah Dec. 5, at 12 noon at the

MEMORIAMIn cere thanks to the friends and Tar rah Wells and Martha Georgia. Brownsville Baptist Church

JOSEPH VERITY neighbors who in time of need Swain.
memory of Services for Sherman Hall Austin Curel of 1559 NW 62
who departed this life Dec. 2, and sorrow came to my aid. Christopher Sawyer of 5333
of 1136 Ter. died at Jackson
N.W. 5th Avenue -
1964. CHARLIE WILKERSONwho Thanks to all who sent flowers NW 29th Ct., died Dec. 1, at Apt.
departed this life Dec. 4 3, were held Saturday Nov.30, Nov. 29. He is survived by
The years have not healed and car d s. A special Jackson Hospital. Services
at 4:00 in the his wife Nellie a daughter
the wound left when you passed 1967. thanks to the House of Albert will be held Friday, at 10:30 p.m. chapel. He
Sleep on and take rest Is survived by his wife,Carrie Dorothy; nine grandchildren;
away because your sweet love your Funeral Home,St.James Bap- a.m. at St. Agnes Episcopal
and tender care is missed each we love you, but God loves you tist Church, Rev. L. T. John- Church, Fr. Lambert Sands, Lee and one son Billy H. two sisters Elizabeth Johnsonand
and day. best. Services for Mrs.Evelyn Daisy Smith; two brothers
son, Dr. Samuel Johnson and officiating Survivors includeone
Marshall of 322 Sammie and Robert Golden.
Adline Wilkerson, wife Choir No. 2 for all their kindnesses daughter Frances McKinney NW,16th
The FamilyIN Terr, were held Saturday Nov. Services willbeheldSaturday,
Edna Mae Wilkerson, ; one daughter-in-law
30, at 2:00: p.m. at St. MatthewB Dec. 7,at 10 a.m. in the chapel
daughter Mrs. Rhoda Johnson Sawyer; a godchild
Miriam Daughtery. apt I s t Church She is John Morley, Sr., of 2940

survived by one son, Rufus; NW 50th St., died Dec.2,at his
MEMORIAMIn THANK YOUWe YOUNGS one daughter, Christine; one residence. He Is survived by

SOUTH BROW ARD sister, Mrs. Elecon Miller; his wife, Caroline; three sons
of Gideon Henry Bullard of one brother, Charles Mc- John, Jr., Frederick and Vic-
memory Mrs. Minnie Pearl
SOCIETY of st. Mark M.B. 14241 NW 23rd Ct. Opalocksdied Kennedyof Cloud eleven
; grands and three tor five daughters Mildred
mrs. 5134 SW 19th St. West ;
MRS CAROLYN BAIN Church at 1470 N.W. 87th St., 26atHia- ,
Tuesday, greatgrands; neices nephews Smith Winifred Johnson
thank everyone who helped lywood, died Nov. 23. She is ,
leah Convalescent Home. He
who departed this life Dec. 8, make our first Thanksgivingdinner survived by her husband, mo- _w. Martha McKenzie, Gloria
is survived by one daugh-
1959. ther father two Murray and Grace Morley; 15grandchildren
for our senior membersa ter and son-in-law Dorothyand daughters,
Memories of you will never great We thank four sisters and four bro- and several
Sampson two brothers Saturday Nov 23 at Samaritan
fade from our hearts. ; there. brothers and sisters.Services
everyone who played such a Timothy and Blanche one sis- Medical
Center. Serviceswere
rest in day Nov. 29 in the will be held Saturday, Dec. 7,
May you great part on the program. chapel.
o. 0 .. 0 ter-in-law Vernice. Remains held Saturday Ebenezer at 9 St. Peter's American -
a y* Allle Jackson, Presidentand will be shipped toSummerton, Mrs. Henrietta Coadyof312NW Baptist Church, with Rev. Catholic Church Rev. Fr.
The Family Rev. C.W. Wade, pastor South Carolina for final' rites. 3rd St. 11 Hallandale,died Booker T. Brown officiating Anthony officiating.


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. December fV. 19. fi 27 1
Time Running Out To ClaimBenenefi'ts


Dorrith Leipziger,officer medical services furnished to
-in-charge of the Mode]I l a claimant
during the last
City SocIalSecurity branch office three months of a year. \
states that time is run will They "
be '
considered as if the t 6 I .'1"'f' 1 1
ning out for some people to I services were .
furnished in the .a,.
claim their benefits under part: following year. Thus, the time Y i ,41ld+rr'' r .

B of the medicare program. limit for filing a claim for seri 1 P e'
This is the part that is often i vices furnished
October l h
referred to as "doctor bill in- through December -
1966 will
surance." She indicates that; also be December

the 1967 amendments to the i Miss Leipziger strongly 31, 1968.urges : T1jd ,I

medicare program established anyone who had part B ser-
a time limit for submittinga ; vices furnished during crap

claim for these benefits.Un- period of Oct. 1966 through -........ .ll'U

der the amendments, such December 1967 file for these Captain David Nilsen, master of the MIS Sunward,

claims must be filed no later benefits before the deadline if Miami'Nassau cruise liner, based in Miami, congratulates MR. LESTER ALBERT OWNER '
than the end of the calendar they have not already done so. his Chief Steward, Frank Drummond, as Drummond(left)

year following the year in The employees of the social signs off the Norwegian-Caribbean Lines ship to begin
which the services are fur- security office will be happy his new duties as Executive Chief Steward of the ship Let the final tribute of your loved one be

nished. to help anyone complete their line. After he returns to Miami from a trip to Jamaica their best. So, in that hour of bereavement .-

For example, all claims for claim. The office is located where he is recruiting stewards for NCL's new MIS Star- Call the . .

services furnished during 5225 NW 12th Ave.,and is open ward, he will fly to Bremer haven, West Germany, where
1967 must be filed by December from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., the new 1 15,000-gross'tonvessel was built.Drummondwill

31, 1968. Miss Leipziger Monday through Friday. It is sailwith the ship to Miami, where Starward is due to arrive House of AlbertWhere
also states that there is one also open on Thursday from Dec.
exception to this time limit. 8:30 a.m. to 7:30p.mtoserve Jamaica on 12.Thetarwardwillbegin Dec. 21 weeklong cruises to service begins and never ends
leaving Miami
This exception applies to those who are unable to come Port Antonio, Kingston and Montego Bay.every Saturday for THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
i in during regular office

my dressmaker1 I SOCIAL SECURITY NEW. I I I 691-7661 MU 8-3311 238-8801 I I I

- -- -- - m m m m .
Signing up early is a real Signing early for medicare
up you remember Don't delay,
6026 NW 7th Avenue advantage when applying for protection beginning with apply today if you are within Open Evenings until 9

New Exclusive disability, retirement, or the month you are 65 requiresthat three months of age 65, or if BALDWIN i Open Saturdays until 5:30

Ready to Wear medicare benefits," says you en roll, In the three you can't work because of dis .LTR vmD NAME IN MUS('. Open Sundays 1:30 to 5
Popular Prices Dorrith Leipziger, officer- months before your 65th birth- ability.

Better dresses made to in-charge of the Model City day. "Many people delay sign- Applications can be liled between A pUUW invitation
m.asure. Alterations fast Social. Security O f f i Explaining
and free. (Indef) c e. ing up for medicare because the hours of 8:30 a.m.
the advantages, she they think they have to stop and 4:30 p.m. Monday through I'm Linton Berrien and I'd

pointed out that anyone apply- work to get medicare, but this Friday at the Model City Social like to invite you to visit me at
ing for disability benefits must is not true," Miss Leipzieger Security Office at 5225 North- Binder'Baldwm Music Center

have been disable for six emphasized. "You can have west 12th Avenue. On Thurs- where we can discuss the advan-.

months before benefits can be Medicare, protection even if day the office is open from : tages of music for and
you your
paid. The six-month periodcan you are still working, but you 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. family. Call
be used in me personally at
getting evidenceof should apply in the three
age, earnings, and medical months before your 65th birth- GoodGlie 371.8661, or come in to see me.
records so that benefits can be day so it will be effective the I'll/ be happy to see you.

paid promptly at the end of the month you become 65." I I

six-months. Miss Leipziger asked that Mr. Berrien, who has recently joined BinderBaldwin

is unusually well-eauiDoed to advise you about pianos.

organs and musical instruments.A former concert artist
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who has
Itsturall7 Hellth Norm.1 air played throughout the United States, he is

In crows YOUR from SCALP.the The HAIR cpndiUoa ROOTS of The Mini-Brute presentsthe presently teaching music in our Dade County school
your hair often depend heavily

seatp.on I the Yeah natural ago health DOCTOR e( CAR.your short 1 payment book. ;< '.' '' "-<< i,.:., .' .
NOT Invented a medicated tar < > !ff;"' tf \ ..:
formula ;!
which Is called CARBONOZL xf: I\. .' ., h '... ..:;
,, with many prey. 44"J' : j"v,. >?: '
C beneftctsl ingredients. ._.. ...'." ." ; <
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BOHOEL L such a strong, .,_ "'j"P' , <'$ w ..., :
lul po" '>f"' > .\ .,4. . ,
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InUMptJe and does such tine *'!'<* > ., .. ,
WOrk BUMPY In helping an ITCHY b w; t*, %: .: < .-,.: .. ,. ./ >!"
DANDRUrF that 1f1J ; '
scalp :
many and DOCTORS retsrd It highly ij. : i"x' :.P.
PRLSCR1BC: it tor many < .
scalp 'roubl. Many "
annoying rj
e.terntl& caused scalp conditions '
are greatly relieved b' the ;
use of this Triple ttrencth
formula. writ. for this DOCTOR'S ;

CINUINE now. It will SCALP be sent to FORMULA you sit "I ; f
Inlaid and .
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: SCALP, U. the efinest MEDICATED O/Q Down $4971Per Moo for 36 Months : .

scalp NZDAL)money our name derv can and buy""e address.FORMULA Your hair.COLD sand Jour and BUiCk'S new Opel I Kadett 2-dr. Sedan. jrr,"'4 ...."" .

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THE MIAMI. '" TIMES,.0 Friday, December 6, 1968 "

.Rev. J. W.DRAKF Dunn, pastor Rev. Thedford Johnson Heads

The pastor is asking all dea-

cons, ushers, choir members, Church Group
deaconesses and members to .
please meet him on Sunday at I - -

3:00 p.m. at Saint Luke Baptist A Negro was elected presi- Johnson was hailed by the Rev.

Church. dent of the Metropolitan Fel- Mr. Skinner as "significant, I

Mrs. Finley and Mrs. lowship of Churches Tuesday because the church should be

Porter would like the parents night for the first time In its the conscience of the nation."

of the Cubs to come to meet- history. He added that in this age of

r ing on Friday at 6 p.m., to get The Rev Thedford Johnson, revolution "the black com-

our boys ready for the parade pastor of St. John's Baptist rt munity is in a position to offer

I r &tt Iou Jn cIfiurri! 'undttg on Saturday.Mr. Church, 1328 NW Third Ave., ,. moral and spiritual leader-
and Mrs. Jack Burns of was picked to head the organi- ' ship."

Detroit and members of their zation which represents most

ST. MARY'S SHILOH I family who live here in the city of Dade's 600 Protestant and The youthful evangelist
warned if such leadership
were visitors in the congregation Orthodox churches.
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Rev. A.M. Griffin, pastor on last Sunday. Mr. and His election came during the not provided, the nation faced

Sis. Cheryl English,reporterTo Mrs. Burns and Rev. Dunn semi-annual I meeting of 350 prospect of a vindictive
Sunday Dec. 8, during our all members vismrs: in : black community rising to
grew up Washington, Ga. delegates at the Coral Gables J
11 services the
a.m. Junior and friends Sunday is our an- The Boy Scouts will not havea First Methodist Church. power In the cities.
church will sing, ushers board nual Youth Day. This day is
#2 will serve and there will be one we have been looking forward meeting on Saturday. Pleasebe The choice was made ata "Only a moral and spiritual
present at the next meeting.You .
infant baptism. meeting of the fellowship transformation can provide a
to. We are going make will be notified of the time. Rev. T. Johnsonnow
During the 6 p.m. services this one of the best Youth Days Don't forget to visit the sick which for the first time had a commitment that supercedesthe
choir No. 2 will serve also Shiloh has ever had. If you want Negro as a principal speaker.He one of the nation's fore- commitment of a nun-
shut-ins. You are invitedto
ushers' board No. 1. to see youth in action and hear was the Rev. Tom Skinner, most Negro evangelists. black or white to his cul-
worship us on
Parents please don't forget dynamic speakers pleasecome Sunday. a former Harlem gang leader The election of the Rev. Mr. ture," he said.CHRIST .

that Dec. 8 is a special day in out Sunday morning and

our Sunday School. Our contest night. And don't forget 3 p.m. ZION HOPE M T. SINAI
between classes will come to NEW BETHEL BAPTIST EPISCOPAL
We will have
service. singers
an end. Please send your Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor Rev. Cleo Albury, Jr., pistOl
from as far as Belle Glade and Ernest Williams Canon Gibson rector
B. Rev. pastor T.R.
children out and return all Bessie Williams, reporter Boney, reporter ,
with other points of Miami.So come Officers elect for 1969 were t Alice Harris, reporter Antoinette Silva,reporterThe
gleaners yourspecialdonation. still out and support your Juniors, Service were most inspiringall Installed by the pastor, Sunday On Sunday Dec. 8, we will Episcopal Churchmen
We are asking
to se-J children out you to Cheyrl English, Chairman; day Sunday. Our morning morning. Also registration have King Hiarm Lodge No. 1 celebrated the men and boys
CMcinus your rehearsal Del o r e s Mitchell,cochairman. worship was highlighted with for next year has already, A.F. and A.M. worshiping withus Advent Corporate Communion
::: everyMOM
Rev. Norman from Jackson- begun. Each member is ex- in our morning service. on Sunday morning with an installation -
? 'nd at 6
y Thursday p.m. There will be a Mark Tea ville. His sermon was most
Our tick and shut-ins remainthe pected to register as soon as The Friday after the Second service.The follow-
her the third Sunday afternoon enjoyable. He as accom- possible. Lord Day, we shall render ing officers were installed by
same. Let us continue to at 3 p.m. featuring the late pllhsed with his lovely family. Baptismal services will service at Westminster our rector: William A. Cooper -
pray and visit them. The pastor Dr. Martin King, Rev. C.L. During the evening worship, the Church West
is asking all members to precede regular worship Baptist Holly- president; Vernon philips
donationfor Franklin and many more in behalf the pas tor made it very services.We wood, Fla. We are asking the vice president; David A.

please the bringa after special collection to be of the Deacon Board and delightful for those who heard were happy to have Sis. Cathedral Choir and 1 and 2 White, secretary; John Wise,
the building fund. either of the sermons. Baker back Usher Boards
taken Daisy with us afteran togowfthusandas asst. secretary; William B.
up on Sunday. Brother Otis Wright and the All Juniors are asked to be extended period of illness. many friends as possible. Evans Sr., treasurer; Hubert

Joint choir rehearsal every Spiritual Harmonizers will be present for their bimonthlyusher Brother Rosell Robinson is Pastor's office hours are Thompson, bus. manager; and

Wednesday until after the here the Second Sunday night and choir meetings.They in Cedars of Lebanon Hospi- as follows: Monday's thru Alonza C u 1 m e r, reporter.
Christmas holidays All in January in behalf of the the are asked to be present at 4p.m. Wednesdays 10:00 2:00 Congratulations to the newly
members of Choir No. 1 and 2 Building Fund. and time. Brother tal.The
on Fellowship Club will p.m., 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. elected officers and may suc-
and Male Chorus will be pres Let us not forget to re member Jackson, president of Choir, meet, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. also please don't call on Saturdays cess be yours throughout the
ent. Visitors are always wel- the sick and shut-ins in our Brother, Armstrong President the Pastor's Aid Club's unless emergency. year.

come at St. Mary's. prayers. of the ushers. regular meeting Dec. 12, at On the sick list are Brother On Sunday evening, Mr.William -

Let us remember the sick- 7:30 p.m. in the annex.FRIENDSHIP. Erskin Forbes, SisterDiana J. Stirrup entertained

shut-ins, and those who are in Bain, Sis. Francis Woodside, members of his Building Fund

:: No Generation bereavement in our prayers. and Sis. Meales Sweeting all committee at his home. Spec-
I Gap AmongJehovah's Visitors are always welcome. who are home. Let us continueto ial thanks was given the com-

Rev. J.E. Jenkins, pastor pray and visit them.MT.TABOR. mittee for their untiring help

Witness Ruby Lee Carr,reporter during the Building Fund contest -

Clinton Norwood, a con- cipal discourse entitled There will be a CalenderTea In addition to the Building

gregation overseer for Je- "God's Way Is Love" on Sun- Rev w.K. Smith, pastor given on the lawn of the Fund contest report is the
hovah's Witnesses." day, the final day of the con- Alice S. Irving, reporterYou parsonage 73 NW 45th Street Rev. James Hendon, pastor amount of $200.00 raised by

: "Our three-day circuit convention vention. December 15th, at 4 P.M. George Ingraham, reporterThe Mr. Vernon Clark.
r. held November 29 to Speaking before 869 delegates are Invited to a pro sponsored by the Pastor Aid Pastor's Aid Society, Get well wishes to Mr. and

December 1 in the spacious and 1,145 visitors the gram at the church Sunday, Club, Mrs. Willie Mae Denson Mrs. Elizabeth Merchant, Mrs. Arthur Baker, Mrs.

,; Dillard High School gym- international traveling minis- December 8, 1968 at 3:00 p.m. will be our guest speaker, you president will sponsor a program Margaret Austin and Mrs.
( nasium in Ft. Lauderdale proved ter stressed the need to imi- sponosred by the Sunlite Pall- are invited to be with us. Dec. 8, at 3 p.m. here Adella Thompson.

: this" the minister said. tate Jehovah God's way of ex- bearers No. 157 Sunday baptismal service at the church. The society'sspecial

According to Norwood, the presslnglove. "Love marks The Sunday School Department will be observed asking all guests are the Rev.

program was designed to deal Jehovah God's dealings with has set aside Sunday candidates to be at the Churchat Cook and congregation from CHRISTIAN SCIENCEA

with family life and the pro- mankind" he said. December 8, 1968 as Family 7 p.m. Jordan Grove Baptist. All who

blems of the youths.By meansof Thompson pointed out that Day. You are invited to come Our deepest sympathy to can attend are most cordially friend's cheerful word can
be comfort to who
a someone
dramas, lectures, and ex- "love ins" are no part of God's out and bring member or Sis. Callie Nell Walker in the invited.
Odessa and is sick. But real hope of recovery -
Mrs. James
and way of love. "God's love is members of
preiences parents youths your family. loss of her Bro. Mr.Clarence
Garvin of the is found in God's healIng -
I, delt throughly with both. Generation manifest in his provisions forman's Choir No. One is in chargeof Walker, and our sincere pray- Mrs. presidents
Workers Club and word. Listen Sunday at 1:45
,, Willing
communication was happiness: these include the School
Sunday Auxiliary ers to all who are ill for each
evident. His crea ti on's and our Class Sunday. of a speed Home Mission Society, respectively p.m. over radio station WMBM
recovery. wish to thank all to "They Shall Recover."
ability to enjoy them full
Norwood shared the speakers ; Our deepest sympathy to the
those members and friends "For thus saith the Lord
His, instructions designed to
platform with James A. following members: Sister
NEW MT. MORIAH who contributed items for the that created the heavens God
make all ;
Thompson, Jr., district over- the families of the Rosa Newkirk, Sis. Lola Virgin -
earth conscious that composition of Thanksgiving himself that formed the earth
seer for Jehovah's Witnessesin they were Brother Freddie Judons
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor baskets issued to the and made it he hath established -
the Southeast United States. to be subject to their God and Sister Pinkey Barber and Sis. needy. ;
Thompson delivered the prin- Father; His promise of a Maggie Gibson. On the sick Evelyn Souter,reporter Your help Is greatly appre- it, he created it not in vain,
Christmas practice each he formed it to be inhabited
peaceful future under a right- list is Sister Nazaree Hixon :
0// eous, heavenly government on Let us pray for the sick and Wednesday at 5 p.m.all child- All youth are asked to meet I am the Lord; and there is
:NEW MACEDONIARev. a paradise earth" he said. bereaved families. ren interested please be on. at the church on Friday, Dec. none else."

Roscoe Jackson,pastor Thompson urged his time. 6, at 5 p.m. Christmas re- These words of Isaiah are
audience to avoid Adam and All auxiliaries are asked to hearsal. Help make this a suc part of the scriptural readings

.. On the third Sunday in this Eve's example of rejection of THANKFUL MISSIONARY please meet on their regular cess. in the Bible Lesson-sermon

month the church will take its God's love, but to show BAPTIST CHURCH nights. There will not be Boy Scout titled God the Only Cause and

annual trip to Pehokee, appreciation to their eternal The Spiritual Melodies will meeting this Saturday. Please Creator" to be read in all

,. render services for Rev. benefit. 743 NW 62nd Street sponsor a musical programthis check with your leaders to find Christian Science churchesthis

M W. M. Bouyer and congregation Norwood said another faith- Rev. C.T. Ramsey, pastor Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mt. when a meeting will be held. Sunday.

of New Hope M.B.Church. strengthening feature of the Edna Troutman, reporterYou Pilgrim Baptist Church, 67th Remember to visit, call and Fifth Church of Christ,

The church will charter a bus., convention was that 28 adults are always welcome to Street and 7th Avenue, fea- pray for our sick and bereaved Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St.,
Anyone who would) like to ride and youths were baptized symbolizing worship with us, Sunday turing popular groups and members and friends. welcomes all.

.. the bus, it is a must that you their dedication to do School9:30, morning worship, choirs of the city appearing.

'I. register in the secretary's office God's will henceforth. 11 a.m., evening worship, 7 Please pray for world peace. I
Visitors are always welcome. ANTIOCHRev.
no later than the second p.m. prayer service Wed-

: Sunday night, so that we will nesday, 8 p.m. P. W.Williams
CHRISTMAS P. W. Wiggins pastor
.. know how many buses we will And always remember a MT. AARON Kathleen Streeter, reporterOn Dinettie Cobb ,
: need. The round trip fare is family that prays together Rev. ,
f The Mount Zion Baptist Sample, pastor Sunday at 3 p.m.the Pas-
r $2.00. Church's Building Fund Task stays together. Mrs. R. Hicks, reporterOn tors' Aid Club will celebrate Friday night brought

+ Our annual Sunday School Force, presents the church's MT. LIVETTE Sunday Morning we will their anniversary. Rev. Dunn another church year toa close

t: Christmas exercisewillbe "Christmas G i f t" dinner at have baptism at Bethelehem and congregation of Drake and began a new one. Let us

t f held the fourth Sunday in this the home of Miss Georgia Mc- BAPTISTThe Baptist Church at 8:00: a.m. Memorial Baptist Church will all enter this year with grace

f,; *. month at 6:30 p.m.We are ask- Mahon, 1065 NW 52ndSt.Sat officers of the church There will be a tea sponsored be In charge.Let and understanding.

1** ing the parents to please send urday, Dec. 14, beginning at have accepted the resignationof by the Home Mission at us remember that our The Junior Department is
> children out to sunday 11 a.m. All members who cannot 3:00 p.m. at the home of Dec. Sunday
Jt your Rev. I.C. Mickins and will services beginat asking all youth to please come
? School. attend are asked for a cash & Sis. Lawrence at 13 N.W. 6 .
'I go to the Annual Conferencefor p.m.Please out to rehearsal for the
f Remember the sick and Donations donation. The$1.25.public is invited final action on Dec. 10th. be 57th Street,your presence will pray for our sick Christmas program.Let .

IJ and All members are asked to be appreciated.Don't and bereaved members. You us continue topray for
shut-ins in prayers Lillle
your M. Doles chairman
forget are invited
our to
families aU present at this meeting at weekly worship with us the sick and shut-in and the
/ for bereaved Rev. Edward Graham
pray ,pas prayer meeting this
Sunday at
8 p.m every 1790 NW 55th men on the battlefield every-
>: over the land. tor. Wednesday night. St. where.


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SANCTUARYThe Rev. S. Atchison, pastor I
Community Sanctuary Phyllis Beal, reporterThe Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor w
Department Is offering Deacon and Deaco- Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
all age groups the following nesses are sponsoring pro- Willing Workers will
subjects: alphabets gram Tuesday night, Dec. 10. sell fish sandwiches on this

reading,spelling,gram-- Rev. Rodgers and congregation Saturday afternoon in the din-
music, arithmetic, up to are in charge of the ser- ing room. They ask that you
mar, :stop
subject in elementary vices. by and patronize them.
8th grade
the On the fourth Baptism will be this
studies and a few Sunday in Dec Sunday
advanced subjects for the church will observe its an- night. All candidates are ask-
other intermediate and first year niversary. A grand time is ed to please be present at 7 R

planned. P.m. Prayer meeting every
students.We specialize in beginningof Prayer meeting every; Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.The Jordan -
Thursday night. Grove Prayer band will
in music and
age studies from the begin- The Junior church is now meet at the home of Sis Young
Bible adult department spec- making ready for their annual 1667 NW 47th St.this Saturday
ners ial advanced studies. Instruc- Christmas play,Dec.26,bring night, at 8:00. Brother Davisis

tions are given to mission- the family out and en Joy reliving president. ,
aries and preachers who are the birth of Christ.
to the Ministry.Drop Please pray for the sick and<
a card to 441 NW 7th St., #4 shutins.BROWNSVILLE. I GOD /

Elder Hezekiah Tinker, or callin Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor 11C' ,
person.Our Donella Turner, reporter I

platform services are BAPTISTRev. Saturday, Dec. 7, the Dea- . .
conducted at St. Mary Metho- coness will sell pies at the r"j\NJ.> 'c 'jt
_ _
dist Church in the Parish Hall F. L. Johnson, pastor church. _

upstairs at 3p.m.Sunday. Elizabeth Wright, reporter Choir No. 1 will sponsor a of is S. M. .
welcome. banquet, Dec. 13, at the Bond- Bishop J. 0. Patterson, Memphis, congratulated by Bishop

All are Sunday, Dec. 8, 1968 Marks ed Collection Agency,4150 NW Crouch, of Los Angeles (left) and Bishop J. S. Bailey, of Detroit, following

.- our church 8th Anniversary.You 7th Ave. Donation for singles Bishop Patterson's election as Presiding Bishop of the Church of God in

NEW HOPERev. are invited to come outandJ $2.00 and $3.00 a couple. Christ, Inc. Bishops Crouch and Bailey were among 12 bishops elected to the

W. E. Sims, pastor J Join us as we celebrate this The young people will spon- 61st Annual Holy Convocation i of the Church, held recently Memphis.
Loraine Fuller, reporterThe sor a Family Dinner January
Parsonage Committeewish day.Parents of all youth are ask 1. Tickets are $1.50 adults Bishop Patterson Heads ChurchOf
to thank all participantswho to please send the kids cut to and 85$ children. They are

helped to make their rehersal on Saturdays at 4 still venir soliciting booklet. ads for the sou- God In Christ

Musical concept a success last p.m.Don't
Sunday evening. forget to visit adn pray MEMPHIS also established outlines
Tenn. BishopJ. Bishop A. B. McEwen, governing
Thursday Dec. 6, at 8 p.m. for the sick and shut-ins. CHRISTIAN VALLEY 0. Patterson, of Memphis, of Memphis, who has served conduct in the General As-

the Parsonage drive will cli- Visitors are always welcometo 5431 S.W. Mayo Street was elected President Bishopof the church faithfully in many sembly and during the electionwas
max,The Rev. S. T. Johnsonand the friendly church. West Hollywood the Church of God in Christ, capacities, was acclaimed chaired by Elder Chandler

congregation will be in NEW PROVIDENCERev. Elder A. Ford, pastor Inc., at the 61st Annual Holy Bishop Emeritus, by the Gen- Owens, of Newark, New Jer-
charge of the service. All are >Blondie Haggins, reporter Convention, which convened eral Assembly. sey.

welcome. C. J. Burney,pastor recently in Memphis.The Thirty four candidates, Other important commit-
Sunday, Dec. 8, at 3 p.m.the Arsula Edwards reporter
will cele- Sunday services at their regular elevation of Bishop Pat- representing a crosssectionof tees were headed by BishopsF.
Missionary Society Consecration hour of
brate their anniversay. The prayer time. terson to the top Church post, states, were nominated for G. Green, William Rlmson
Andrew Jackson will is held each Sunday at 5 a.m On Sunday night, The South along with the election of 12 positions on the general board. and S. C. Coles.
Rev. Everyone is invited to attend.
ern Trumpets, formerly The Bishops to the General Board, The 12 elected were:
preach theanniversaryser- All members are urged to attend
Ford All Stars Singers will
is in- highlighted the convocation, Bishop Patterson, BishopsJ.
mon. Everyone cordially Bible class and TEMPLE
prayer have of
vited. each charge service. held at Mason Temple, the national S. Bailey, Detroit; S. M.
meeting Tuesday eveningat
for the
Pray sickevery-
Let us continue to pray for 7:30. Visitors and friendsare where headquarters. Crouch, Los Angeles; Wyom- Sunday Dec. 15 will be

and visit our sick and shut- welcome.Let Bishop Patterson, 56, a native ing Wells, North Carolina Homecoming Day. Members
ins, they will be happy to see us not forget our BTU of Dora, Miss., is a son- L. H. Ford, Chicago; 0. M. who have been resting are es-
or hear from you. each Sunday, at 5:30 p.m. we in-law of the late Bishop Kelly, New York; C. E. pecially requested to come out
Our doors are always opento need your support. Visitorsare HOUR OF Charles Harrison Mason, Bennett, Indiana; J. A. Blake, and renew their strength, so
visitors. always welcome. founder and Senior Bishop of San Diego; J. W. WhiteLouisiana that they may end the year
;: D. L.Williams, Virginia; right.
the Church of God in Christ,
EBENEZERRev. F. D. Washington, New York,
CHRISTIAN Burnice King, pastor Inc. A member of the church and Bishop J, D. Husband, of Members of the Templeites
A. D. Hall, pastorWe Let us not forget Sunday, for 47 years, Bishop Patterson Georgia. are urged to attend their week-
FELLOWSHIPRev. are overwhelmed for the has served on the execu-
Dec. 8, is Missionaries Day. ly rehearsals.
victorious results that we tive board, the board of Several committees were
p. s. Brown, pastorM. shared on last Sunday. The We have some of in the greatest bishops, manager of the Co- instrumental in helping to Deepest sympath y to Mr.
our city.
L. Nixon, reporter theme: The role of Christian women Mets of plant City gic Publishing House and as guide the election procedure.The Mose Harris and family in the
The Gospel
death of his mother who
Christmas rehearsal has Women Giving Service in aNew at7p.m. general secretary of the ,
Florida will sing staring
in Jacksonville last week.
started. Parents please bring Age was graciously dis- church. Rules committee,which
or send your children to the played to us by two dynamic

Community Center on Monday,, speakers. Our chairman, Mrs. III! .." enu,
Tuesday and Thursday for re- Oillie Mae Ross; co-chairman
hearsals. Miss Ressie M. Bass and Mrs.

Sister Maggie Scott, the di- Louise Woodbury wish to express ., t.
rector of the BTU has great their gratitude for the Man@"TIIElfE
and educational things in store loyal support given by the 'Patio

for you every Sunday afternoon members and friends to make
at 5:30. Members and friendsare this day a victory.
cordially invited to come Mrs. J. L.Dixon was crown- IS A COSCRETE DIFFERENCE"SALE '
look, listen and be enlightenedeach ed "Miss Ebenezer 196869"for FUNFOR '
Sunday. raising the highestamount w

Sister Lillian King, Brother 13160. Total amount raised THE ENTIRE
Charlie Sharpe and Sister $6,763.55.
Estelle Allen are ill at home.
Brother Charles Jones is ill CORINTH FAMILY

at Veteran's Hospital. Pray $1A095
Sunday,Dec.8 Sunday School
the ill and helpless we
wide. will be conducted with DeaconH.

Morrow in charge. Rev. .
GRACERev. Lester C.Albert along with the
youth Choir of Jordani Grove COMPLETE PATIO ENSEMBLE

W. F. Savoy, pastor will be in charge of the morn-
Please bring your friends Ing service. At 3 p.m. Rev.j .

this Sunday, at 7 p.m., as we C. Johnson, associate min- Q A
will celebrate the season of ister of the New Mt. Moriah e TABLE SET : : Qd l oJ

Advent in a special way. The Baptist Church along with the I
adult choir will present a program youth choir and ushers' boardof r/i UMBRELLA I rsJ CHRISTMAS ALL YEAR

of music for advent and St. John South Miami.
Christmas. Come early, and Deacon Roscoe Ector, FOR THE FAMILYDELIVERED

let your friends also share a chairman; Rev. M. L. Paschal ._, i

delightful treat in song. pastor; Sister Bernice Ector I .
Let us keep Christ in reporter. AND SET UP .

Christmas, and prepare for
his coming by attending FREE
worship services faithfully. sJ j :

,, -

MT. CARMEL w ? 4_ ..- -- ITEMSrr

Our Men's Day will be tie: -- c
Fsirth: Sunday in May, we are CALL OR COME, BY TODAY I

asking ing now.everyone'fray for to the start sick work-and ( OPEN SUN. 111.N. TO 4 P.M., DAILY S AM. TO 5 P.M. ,
shut-ins and those who have Good

lost some of their love ones Guys j

Pray for the boys in Viet Nam. Give 79th St .
Visitors are always welcome. 1W1 MIAMI. r\
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r With only two games to go, second place Is up for grabs ii 1 Little League Crown to the defending -
it;*, the Eastern Divslon of the American Football League. champions, the Miami
A The contenders are Houston, Miami and Boston.And most Chargers Nassau, Bahamaswas
important game Is coming up when the Dolphins Miami entertain the host for this championship -
.* the patriots from Boston this coming Sunday, Dec. 8, game.
.; In the Orange Bowl. Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m., Eastern] L.\:1: With Whitfield Grlnsley
) Standard Time. throwing the touchdown pass to
'' At the moment the Houston Oilers (who meet the Buffalo Charles Wade and Donald
''ti Bills, at Houston, i this week have a one-half game lead over Clair returning the kick-off
1))j the Dolphins and one game advantage over the Patriots. r u - -V--- -.---- for forty yards, the Miami
;,1 Sunday's Orange Bowl battle will be a return game. Two I Chargers shut out the Am-
The of Miami has been good Florida A&M
.j at city University more ways bassador 13-Oat
weeks ago, Miami came from behind to defeat the Patriots Vikings,
Boston, 34-10. than one. All of the 11 players above are from Miami and all are expected to 1 Queen Elizabeth Sport Center.

,I Both Boston and Miami had fine efforts last Sunday. The'see action. when the Rattlers clash with Alcorn College in the 36th Annual Heading the short tour, was .

:: Patriots walloped Cincinnati 33-14. The Dolphins almost pro- Orange Blossom Classic in the Orange Bowl. ((1-4'! ) standing, Leroy Charlton, Clarence (Boo Boo) Woods,
.' duced the upset of their three-year existence.With only 11:04 director of the Ambassadors
G. Howard Harry Passmore Raymond Wilcox Otis Collier Ted Lyons
!: to play in the game, they led the New York Jets, 17-14. But In,' Roy Sporting Club, which the spon-
.d the closing minutes, the Jets scored three times on touch- (kneeling) Alonzo Gilbert, Joseph Pinckney, Arthur Pla, Marvin Woodard/ sored trip and the champion-
$ down passes. The final was 35-17,but those In attendance plus and Horace Times. ship game.
;: the nation-wide television audience are aware it was a very
.4 close game. "It was a great game sal d to make this trip possible

I :: You can say all you want about the Dolphins, but my hat I Earnes Mills, director of th e The picture above shows,
u comes off to Joe Robbie president and general manager. The I Chargers," and w e Ilk,e left to right: Troy Watkins,
J.* reason I am writing this is last UMYTIME" Nassau a lot. captain of the Chargers ando
.i Saturday I was treated with free Mr. Ernest Mills and Bo York Pin k n e y, All Am-
,:'j: transportation all expenses Boo Woods wish to thank al U bassadors Captain of the Vikd -
0' paid, so I could visit my daughter persons who worked so bar Ings.

'J my son-in-law,grandchildren ? , qqqvvv xw.a
and great grandchildren.What ti
a reunion this was. Now By PHIL DIXON

.' you can see why I appreciate
,t and write this little story.After
:. all, these treats come my way Thanksgiving is over I So are most of the High School and
very seldom I also ran into College football games. The next item on the bill is basket-
some of the old time sports writ- ball. From time to time, during the season,Til have my com-
ers I worked with early in the ments on the sport.
century. Therefore once again I The District 8 AA Championship was decided finally. How- "
am thanking Mr. Robbie a million for this treat. This was a ever, it was not to everyone's satisfaction. I still think that ; : _
round trip to New York and back. there should be another and better way of selecting the champion. -
if anyone can devise a better method,please send it to me;
perhaps we can put enough pressure on the wheels to changean
Representatives from the newspaper and broadcast media outdated system.
and executives from the Florida food industry will attend the This is Classic Week. Need I say more? There were some
\. third annual Miami Dolphins Awards Banquet to honor the entire comments on last week's column in regards to Jake Gaither.
o',} AFL team to salue individual squad members for superior Sometime during the week, Til try to talk to Jake, to get his
efforts. The dinner, official awards receptionfor the Dolphins, opinion on the matter. My opinion of the Classic opponent will
is scheduled for Thursday, December 12, at 7 p.m. not alter the friendship Jake and I have built-up through the
Seven members of the squad, selected by a special 14-man years. 11 (r
awards committee, will receive honors for outstanding perfor- The Scoreboard: High School 72-34 (.679)); Colleges 33-17 ,
mance during the 1968 season. Larry King, Miami columnistand (.666)); AFL 37-17 (.685) NFL 58-30 (.659)). This week I see:
broadcast personality, will serve as emcee at the affair, AFL NFL
sponsored by Renuzit Home Products Company and the South Miami over Boston Baltimore over Green Bay a
\ Florida Food Industry for the third consecutive
year. Chicago
I,. New York over Cincinnati Los Angeles over
FIRST BLACK U M CAGER Kansas City over San Diego Cleveland over Washington
Houston over Buffalo Detroit over Atlanta
1 When Coach Ron Godfrey's University of Miami Hurricanes Oakland over Denver Minnesota over San Francisco
!,< take the court this year Miamians will see the first black Philadelphia over New Orea-s
1> basketball player In history to perform at the school. Willie Dallas over PittsburghNew
:I Allen, the sophomore forward from Rockville, Md. just might York over St. Louis
',, make the starting lineup. The 19-year-old 6-6, 230-pounder TROY WATKINS YORK PINKNEY
\ has credentials.
good Local sport of the week: Alsteln Lynch your team is still
Allen has which will him the
great Jumping ability give edgeon
about two or three years away from being a contender.As 4
most players several inches taller than he is..This skill
promised, "The 1968 Miami Times all star football
will come in handy this season as team" Orange Blossom
Miami seeks to replace its two
leading rebounders of last year. OFFENSIVE TEAM
As a freshman, Willie showed NAME SCHOOL POSITION CLASS Classic

ability to get high on the boards
and a knack of being able to latch Ronnie Bowen Miami,Springs End Junior
onto the ball. He's a fine inside Johnnie Wilson Jackson End Junior SAT., DEC. 7
shooter and ranks high as a defensive Tim Burrows KUlian Tackle Senior
player. Allen Is one Rick Kilpatrick Jackson Tackle Senior Orange Bowl
I of the new Cagers who must come Paul Bubrick North Miami Guard Senior
I through In a big way If the Hur- Mike Cleveland Hialeah Guard Senior MIAMI FLORIDA
D. A. Arthur Norland Center Senior
ricanes hope to wind up on the
winning side of the ledger.Thus Paul Schubert Jackson Quarterback Senior Flo A&M
far, he has passed his prelimi- Nathaniel Moore Edison Runningback Senior
Rufus Ferguson Killian Fullback Senior
nary tests In promising style.
Willie put his high school team Gerald Tinker Coral Gables Flanker Senior TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
theMaryland basket ball map. Michael Clark Coral Gables Kicker Senior

;. After three sensational seasons, VSAlcorn
he had led his team to 55 victories in 64 games, including one DEFENSIVE TEAM
state championship. As senior his team NAME SCHOOL POSITION CLASS
a was 20-1. Willie / A&MLARMON
had a scoring average of 25 points and a rebounding mark of
Roger Peace Coral Gables End
23 rebounds per game. In three years,he scored 1,251 points, SeniorDemetrius MISSISSIPPI
pulled In 1.117 rebounds,and had numerous All-Star selections Smith Carol City End Senior
to his credit. His high school coach was Earl Walthall.Jack's Ted Bennett NorthwesternCurley Tackle Senior

David Larry Lawyer Allen Jackson Tackle Linebacker Senior Senior TICKETS ON SALE NOWNorth's

Bob Beasley North Miami Linebacker Senior

: MEN'S WEARSEE Jackie Charles Miller Clarington Killian Mays Corner Middleguard Back Senior Senior Travel Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd Avenue

John Clifford Coral Gables Corner Back Senior Community Drugs, 6750 NW 15th Avenue
'MR. JACK"FOR Rudy Daniels Carol City Safety Senior Economy Drugs, 1101 NW 3rd Avenue
James McDuffie JacksonHialeah Safety Senior Brownsville Drugs, 4634 NW 27th Avenue
,: STYLES FOR ALL AGES Alex Brawner Punter Senior Grand Drugs, 3640 Grand Avenue

.-f-,.. The Very Latest in Men's Fashions LAMBERT REED KILLIAN COACHMy Richmond Heights Drugs, 14638 Lincoln Blvd.
t SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS Harlem Drugs, 4860 NW 7th AvenueL

I. ITALIAN SHOES congrats to all of the fellows. And if it is possible we & L Men's_ Shop, 128 N. Miami Avenue

1: 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA will try to get them together for a picture taking session.
f. ,_ u. Until the after Classic party, I'll see you at the basketball

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I not winning the ball game. Photographer Frank Johnson made this roughshod over the North I
Northwestern side during the Annual Turkey Day Classic between Miami out to see the arch rivals.
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I Job Corps Counseling On December

The Miami Opportunity- about living and learning- at the Anyone interested In :
Center of the Florida State Job Corps Center.This will be Corps is invited to ];
Employment Service will holda further information
group counseling session for a fine opportunity for young
young men who are enrolled in men who are already enrolled 2411 ext. 258 or 252 '
the Job Corps. At 2 p.m., on for Mrs. Wesley series while Ken Schoolfleld
the program, and for those 11 clutch
caught an yard pass
Dec. 19. Job Corpsmen who who might wish to enroll, to Messer. The Miami before Riley dashed around
tunity Center is located !>> right end to score with a
find out first hand: all about the
are home for their Christmas SE 1st Street in the minute to go.
vacation will be on hand to tell Job Corps program. Building. Robert Lampkins was the
big man rushing for the Rattler
carrying 8 times for 55 yards.
Alonzo Gilbert paced the receivers c
with four catches for

Orange Blossom : 44 The yards.Rattlers now meet Al-

corn A&M this Saturday nightin
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32 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday December 6, 1968

I: Episcopal Priest Was Early Advocate

::< of Racial Equality

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, In the second half of the 20th himself for them.He was truly "I think if our course had LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORSEARL'S
:\ century, in a time of renewed a gentle progressive who believed been taken throughout the ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANI NG J. H. COPELAND
.i efforts to deal Justly with black only mild reforms had South there would never have 4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS'TAILORS CONSTRUCTION
,; : Americans, we often overlook any chance of success in the been another Negro 'burning' Earl Edwards, Prop. &CLEANERS 2939 NW 48th Terrace
the fact that there were advo- America of his era. He was with all its imbrutlng conse- 1 Day Service Alterations Additions 634-6233, Fla
Rms, Baths
;'. cates of racial equality-- even concerned with aiding people, quences." FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 634.9251 27th Avenue
n .. in the South-before the land- not in becoming symbolic Blinded by his love of the REALTORS
; mark Supreme Court decision martyr, yet in his own quiet South and his deep belief in the MANKER-MILTON BROWN REALTY
t of 1954. way he gave his life in behalfof righteousness of man, he fell 6701 NW 15th Avenue WINDOW REPAIRHENRY'S 4740 NW 7th Avenue
1" short of Accordingto 691.9151 754.0655
the causes he felt must prophecy.
Edgar Gardner Murphy was WINDOW SERVICE
ft one of these men. He is fortu- triumph a Christian,demo- the author, he "overvaluedthe IMPORT-EXPORT Install, Repair Windows, DRESS SHOPS
cratic society." Southern white man'ssense HOUSE OF 7 SEASBOUTIQUE Operators, Screen, Glass PATRICIA'S, INC.
nate in having as biographer of justice and reflected Licensed, Free Estimates 5843 NW 17th Avenue
an Alabama historian who An articulate and eloquent his tendency, most becomingin Afro-Asian Fashions 635-9869 696-3515

I describes his subject's failings Episcopal priest, Murphy be- a cleric, to always see the Jewelry, Perfumes LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
Arts, Crafts
as well as his well-de- "
lieved that aloofness from ma- best in others. 6112 NW 7th Avenue
4409 NW 7th AvenueACCOUNTANTS
served stature of the PAINTING
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articles and Martin W. Smith
I jor issues could leave the speeches,
': great reformers who have church "with a vague gospel books, Murphy pointed out that FAYSON & FERGUSON
nurtured the.spark freedom about the sinfulness of sin." the situation of the Negro wasa Private Homes our Specialty MORTUARYEEN
\ and democracy throughout our He said that "tragedy lies not national concern, not a regional E. 0. CULMER 371.5914or633.4765 Free Estimates 754.0681 5253 NW 7th 754-0682 Avenue
history. in battles lost but in battles one. He was far aheadof Public" Accountant
I "Edgar Gardner Murphy: never attempted."A dedicated his contemporaries in this Income Tax Notary

:: .. Gentle Progressive" by Hugh exponent of equality in educa- regard, a s he was in many 5264 NW 633-3735 24th AvenueS. DON'T LOSE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE
: C. Bailey, is published by the tion and a foe of child labor and others. His writings on social SR-22'j Filed Pay as You Drive
,- University of Miami Press degrading poverty, heespoused issues were highly praised, L. McNEAL
,;' (Coral Gables, Fla.). the cause of poor whites as according to the author, and Bookkeeping 1730 NW 57th& Tax Street Service CALL 667-1443
.. well as Negroes in the South. were compared with Jeffer- 691.2114 appointment
\' Black power militants will We find here the early ruffling son's and Madison's.The ALBERT GREENBERG AGENCY
; hot put a high value on this of the drums that has arousedmen choice of photographs 5704 Bird Road
: white Southern 'reformer, but and women of good will in the book enhances the au
I this book will fill an important who have rallied to the cause thor's perception of the conflicting Tropical Tag Agency
i< place on the as yet small shelf of civil rights in the 1960's.MurlilY forces at work in the SEWING MACHINE
:* of volumes dealing with racial was in fact an acute late 19th and early 20th cen- SPECIAL WE'VE MOVED!!!
,.5 problems in America. observer of his time as well as turies. In evoking the seem- 3 DAYS ONLYWe
"i:) Born in Arkansas in 1869, a reformer. When one of the ingly imperturbable calm of Magic City & Harlem Cabs

'.4 Murphy learned compassion at first Negro lynchings occur- that bygone era, they lend sub- will clean Operating the Citgo Service
home. The author says, in his red in Laredo, Texas In 1893, tance to the portrait of the traditionalist oil any and sewing adjust! ggc NEW Station

,... preface: he called a mass meeting and views that Murphy machine, re LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.
persuaded a number of sought so diligently to change. jardiesi ct: age
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early twenties until his deathat persons dared to take a standon and Chair man ofitsDl-
forty-threeMurphydis the resolution Murphy Introduced vision of Social Sciences,HughC. 6851564CAL'S DRIVERS WANTED
played an unusual sensitivity he felt greatly en- Bailey is the author of two Full time or Part-time
to the needs of his fellowman couraged. Later he wrote to previous books in the area of "t't"1 It.......1.I at Off'Ice
I'' and a willingness to sacrifice Booker T. Washington: Southern history. I I

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dome of St. Cecilia Roman Catholic surround Christ with Negro, Indian, PeIIlU.I FLORIST 379-7735
T Church In. Detroit has black curly Oriental and white angels. They will Y1aml. FIOI14Aepr
hair and brown skin. Negro artist appear to be rising from the Detroit 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN
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t COLUMBIA, S. C.--As an ment released on Nov. 15, by on Feb. 8. Police and National e C MIAVV CITITAI CAUCI clue
Guardsmen had been called in C LON. lAUINftHM ,
: expression of indignation and Field Director I. DeQuincey 1 IISISTANT
.. resentment over the failure of Newman, also urged "black to control the demonstration.The e FUUV UARANTIIOMMUft. r..
: public officials to take action ,
NAACP statement charged Mi.
against the slayers of three people to boycottallpublicap- INtr UM tp{, a Its
that(a) the county coroner IMl
of all state officials W. O fw y UTIIIMle Iw
the of South pearances '
.students on '
campus luMIMUlnmti
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neglected to hold an inquest
r Carolina State College ,last who have defaulted their e UMUOMi. SPECIALIZING e
February, the State NAACP duty to extend equal protec- (b) Federal officials failed to ANYWHERE C rll InTIN/ SUP IN PLASTIC CAUDAT OlHI6MI
',' has called upon "all people of tion to the victims of police identify those responsible for EXCLUSIVELY (
1 South Carolina who share our violence in Orangeburg, their the shootings and(c) the Gov- Cod. 305
burden to observe a bleak families and fellow students." ernor, the Attorney General 754-8061 Home ot GretchenCall

,I Christmas and Join us in a no- The students were killed and and state legislators "washed I anytime 24 hour service
: buying Christmas campaign. 30 others Injured during a their hands like Pontius 1, 758-4371 374-5082
The Association, In a state- demonstration on the campus Pilate." 4 .n:

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I :' No Turning Back fJfl j

Before me lies my greatest quest, -"
A point I have to reach,
Until I do, there Is no rest,

There is no time to cease. U.S.S.. OKLAHOMA ASS'NBORN

I have but one road I must take : May 2, 1916 MURDERED: December 7, 1941
and this, the road I choose,
From graveled rock I had to make TOO YOUNG TO DIE

With these my rustic tools. By Gene Griener I

My Journey is a troubled one, She was too young to die,
But mine and mine's alone, My Lady of the sea;
I'm walking towards the rising sun, Her years twenty and five -
And four she gave to me. ..
My shadow not yet shone., :
/ was in love with her,
miles to That is the gospel truth; '
I still have many go,
I tried/to serve her well,
My time to plant my tracks, Cave her the best of youth. BEAUTIES AND TROPHIESThe
My time to let my conscience know
There is no turning back. For in return she gaveA trophies for the winner and* runner up of the 36th Annual Orange

Horizons meaning, far-and-true to my ,life; Blossom Classic receives careful attention from Florida A&M University coeds -

Eldridge Harding A world that held no strife.I Renee Harris, a freshman from Jacksonville, and Patricia Ethel Demps,
Dorsey Jr. High, Grade 9 had to leave my love senior from Miami. The trophies will be presented following the outcome of

In Iceland For duty where far away I served; ; the Classic I I contest between Florida A&M and Alcorn A&M College in the

I missed her every day. ; Orange Bowl.Coursfton.
cJi1e Pocfh COl
heh In Reykjavik I heard

: : They About had bombed the sneak my attack love.; To Aid Black Contractors

And death had snapped he;badMy ,,- I
; love too to die Miami Beach 2 Saving exe- SBA's Project OWN. building market to up to 10 per
Lies in her young grave of blueIn cutive Arthur H. Courshon has SBA hopes to increase the cent of the industry In the next
Harbor of the Pearls, been named to a pilot project minority. firm's share of the 10 years..
And my heart lies there too. which the Small Business Administration
hopes will Increase I
ownership and management J MUFFLERSCUSTOM
Forest Haiku
of construction con
flie pines' sharp needles tracting firms by minority en-

firmly sew on the sunlight trepreneurs. DUALS
from the flashing dawn. Courshon, president of the
National League of Insured ,
The carpets of growth
Savings Associations as well .
make no wild Indicationof 1 I
as chairman of Washington
stars beneath them. 1
Federal Savings,and Loan +
Shadows are shaken Association was selected p
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by the swift passing bird-- after the league was chosen to 1 /
the singing sunlight. j
the savingsandloan
JnsftiJ/ecl/ : .
Step down to the worldof phase of the program.
OUR SATURDAY NIGHT BOXING DATES a leafy continent Courshon will be in chargeof

By Gene Criener bursting with mountains. the S&L industry's participation .
in the Miami area phase
(Illustrated by . Kinman) Daniel Smythe of the program, which will .

Like fighting cocks we danced about assist minority contractors in .
Chewed by your dad's Great Northern shout; obtaining equity and working
With bo"inovcs/ we loved to fight, On Florida's Eastern capital, Job I,fina::ctng-, insurance g
I wore the left, you wore the right. ShoreHere and performance 1 I

My rapier left once blacked your eye, bonds for construction con-
I was the one that stopped to cry; the Atlantic Ocean tracts. .
You smiled at me, you grinned real cute Swells with turblent motion; Aside from Miami, savings
And with your right/ smacked me a beaut. Turmoil tossess and tumbles, and loan executives in 17 other 63M3MJ

Alter our bouts came lemonade Surges, distracts and grumbles. major cities are participatingin
Homemade cookies your mother made; the plan, an extension of the
But best of all piano time Here the trade winds keep mocking .......-=-......_*..IOII.........._.._.. MtYMwrDort
Close harmony with pantomime. Currents continually rocking. -

Stulfed with good things, blessed by your love, Numberless waters are troubled;
I'd head for home with my lone glove' Tides with mad-foam are bubbled.
To dream about the boxing game, Here the Atlantic Ocean be
The Championship, and World's Acclaim.But Swells with turblent motion.
I _
youthful dreams seldom come true Eddying waters slacken, t ,,rtrNr r .
As my past life I now review; As purplish shadows blacken. Vr
The years, and miles now separates late!
Here the whirlpools assemble
Our ;
Saturday night boxing dates.
billows I r,
Moon-whitened tremble. l v
Yes, now we are too old to fight. shorelines '
Sands on are dying
Me with my left you. with your right;
from constant !
Teardrops crying
Still in
my gymnasium )
My left can beat your right, old chum. -Remelda Gibson Make yourSelection

I Silhouettes, Of ftvfhm today *

By Lou LuTour How Could They lose?

OTHERS It might have been so beautiful, the city. We Have the most Varied
How could they lose? They had the sun, the

LORD, help me live from day to dayIn sea,
such a self-forgetful way A river twisting through, the perfect settingTo and beautiful selection of
That even when I kneel to pray give full range to ingenuity.
My prayer shall be for others.
Bustling streets of commerce radiated CHRISTMAS CARDS ...
Help me la all the work I do From a ruling hub of dignity
Ever to be sincere and true, While clustered houses nestled in green
And know that all I do for You acres,
Must needs be done for OTHERS.Let Where busy minds could find tranquility available anywhere
And then they came, from all parts of the

self be crucified and slain, nation,
Aid buried deep; and all In vain To build, now here, now there, increasinglyTill Stop in anytime and look over our samples!

May efforts be to rise again,
Unless to live for OTHERS. leaf and grass gave way to wires and con .

Others, Lord, yes OTHERS, The sea was varred, then sun burned heart J 1
Let this my motto be. lessly.
Help me to live for OTHERS
That I may live for Thee. How could they lose, when they had such a 6530 NW 15th Avenue. 691-0421
-Anon With mounting dread they slowly realize. ....-- ..-r..a 'm+ow "'W'*''IIW...._. ..__'NIl> ewn,.alae.o! .o+.oa.r/.aw Ms:

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34 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 6, 968CLASSIFIED

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I 20 WORDS OR LESS $2010. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. Haroldl ANTONIO.Coats, son-of Mr.Airman and Route l LUMS HAS


170th Ter., Perrine, has completed SalesmanSalary
basic training at Lack- 6 OPENINGS I G

assigned to Keesler AFB, training
GOODS CIVIL SERVICE mothers, If you are Miss., for training In the administrative Must be 21 or over FOR AGGRESSIVE
looking for a clean home,good]
Sears gas range, large oven, JOBS food field. Airman and a resident of
glass door, rotisserie in cen MEN AND WOMEN experienced babysister, Coats is a 1968 graduate of MANAGER TRAINEESRELOCATE
ter 18 to 55 whom you can trust, call us.- School theGreater
top. $25. 691-1503. Miami Killian Sr.High ,
Day 633-6607,Night 633-2002-, MiamiArea TO OTHER AREAS
as high as $4680 first Kendall. OR
SPOTLESS! year. United States Citizens 633-2732. Free pickup aDd de CROWA 0 COUNtY

CBS 2 bedroom each side.Duplex only 1 Grammer school education livery. (indef) NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
,hardwood floors throughout. usually sufficient. Keep SAN ANTONIO. Airman Apply in person at:

Terrific buy only$18,000, your present job while train- Draperies taken down, Samuel N. Ferguson, son of 301 NW 29th Street WE WILL RESPONSIBiliTY GIVE YOU:

with $800 down FHA. No closing ing. For free information and cleaned, decorator folded and Mr. and Mrs.Daniel Ferguson between 10 a.m. GOOD" STARTINgGMPAYT

cost, $153 pays all one side list of positions for which we rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery of 10265 SW 172nd St., Perrinehas and 3 YEAR fftOUND PAID VACATIONHOSPITALIZATION EMPLOYMENT
can be rented for$125 a month. train Call in Miami 758-0501 Service, 887-8022. (indef) completed basic trainingat p.m. rROFIT' PLAN

So you can live practically rent or mail Coupon to ALPHA 905 Lackland AFB, Tex. He Is Monday through Friday FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

free. Drive by 265 N.W. 57th Buena Vista Station, Miami, remaining at Lackland for MARRIED MEN PREFERRED
St. then call for appointment. Florida 33137 HELP WANTED training as a security policeman -

GUNSON REALTY Name Beautician wanted. Supreme Airman Ferguson attended APPLY LUMS
754-1841 Address Wig and Beauty Salon.9110 NW Miami Kill Ian High Lr4leodSOUTHERN

City ----State 17th Avenue. Call 691-9392 or School in Kendall. I
4 DUPLEX-4 751-7449 (Dc. 13)) BETh
Phone Age General OfficeBisc.

FHA FINANCING Experienced operator, heavy SAN ANTONIO. Airman

LOW DOWN PAYMENT clientele. 5 days. Frances Clarence H. Parks Jr,, son of NEEDS
NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA. A family health center position Beautyrama. FR 4-3618 or Mrs. Anna A. Parks of 63)0

BROKERS INVITED Is open for a person who 691-3043 evenings (Dec. 6) NW 15th Avenue, Miami; has o Blva.
Call J. Z. 587-2470 has had some experience In -- completed basic training at .

working with Insurance forms. BABY SITTERS NEEDED Lackland AFB, Tex. He has
$600 DOWN FHA This position requires de- For all areas. Miss Ginger's been assigned totheAir Force P WEEKDAYS
II A.M. TO 4 P.M.
t 'to
$131 a month pays all.Beau veloping a system for collect- Baby Sitting Service.891-1561 Technical Training Center at

tiful 2 bedroom, Florida room, Ing medical payments for Keesler AFB, Miss.,for specialized E
garage, close to everyting. health center patients. It has MALE OR FEMALESilk schooling as an admin-
AIA REALTY growth potential. The family and wool presser,experi- istrative specialist Air- R
751-1402 health center is looking for a enced only 120 and 24$. Call man Parks Is a 1967 graduateof

person interested In workingwith 945-7161. (Indef.) Miami Carol City Senior A

the Brownsville, Liberty High School. His father,Clar- MEN
AUTOMOBILE City Community, toacheive ence H. Parks, resides at
66 pontiac G.T.O., silver with maximum feasible participation 14145 NW 22nd ct., pa-Iocka, T
black interior. 4 speed, head in the program.This posi- EMPLOYMENT Fla.

ers, 3-2's, cam mag wheels,, tion requires ape r son interested o SOUTHERNBELL
stereo tape. 754-0977. infield work at a time Restaurant, HotelDomestic
convenient to the patient. R
Persons interested in these 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE EVA'S MASSAGE

$76 MONTH PAYS ALL positions should call 350-64 71
2 bedrooms, CBS$10,000 total for an interview. A-I LABORNO
price $9,700 FHA mortgage. 1230 Alton Road

$500 cash includes everything. WANTED FEE Drivers, Men Miami Beach NOWNO

Richard Reinhold&Co., 14444 beauty operator junior or se n. with cars, Fork lift, Labor Weekdays:5 pm.10 YOU !
". W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami[ lor. Call 759-8677 Tuesday'sand ers, Warehousemen. $$ $ p.m. .EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
9496371. Saturdays 9 'til 6. Daily. Open 5130 a.m. FULL PAY WHILE TRAINING
Saturdays: 1 Oam.6 p.m.
SOUL SISTER ,gal N'r.:w., *at.. NECESSARY

CORNER BEAUTY 532-8041 I Open half days Saturdaysat APPLY:
$600 DOWN FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP downtown locationAn 345 N.E. 2nd Ave.

3bedroom, 2 bath, Florida Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. E_u.l Opportunity; Employer 8325 N.E. 2nd AVI

room, refrigerator, built-i n Excellent benefits. Paid vacation 9101 S.W. 24th St.
stove drapes Open half daysSaturdays
,carpet, fenced.
Total $16,500. permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18

or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls at downtown location
GEAM REALTY please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW LAUNDRY MANDRIVER CITY OF OPA-LOCKA II l.iI 'PPtll"ll (Isplrrt'" '
REALTORS 1st Ave. Ask for Mr. Findley. Starting
All around laundry worker, POLICE OFFICERS
a FOR RENT with chauffeurs license, $519.75 per month

Rooms in private home. Near for a combination of du AUTO MECHANICS

bus, Jitney line. Permanent ties. $444.16 per month See:
staying only. Apply 1116 N.W.
51st Terr. Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good Boss TRUCK DRIVERS
wages. Production bonus. Excellent company Apply: Personnel Office $365. per month REV. IRAPATRICK

3 room BS house on rear of benefits paid vacation Only: Applications Information
permanent job.
free city water person or Must be 18 Lower Lobby 10-12 2-4
or over. Apply in mornings. No or p.m. 777 Sharocad Blvd.
working couple. See
Diplomat Hotel
37th St. call 6555126. phonecalls please. National Linen Service. from Atlanta, Ga.
1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.

The nobleman of todaycan

Efficiency for rent to workingman gtllh1hi uI IIIIRORglllumulIlll uIllUNmIRIRIlImlulalllluluRURIRUIIIUiamlHelp : and will help you,
Reasonable price. To i OPENING OUR HEADQUARTERSOn no matter how hard or
see, call NE 5-4805. 1
Dec. 16 1968
Wanted large problem.
At Hallandale near Hollywood Blvd.

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We have immediate need of experienced
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 6, 1968 35

I I Security for Dependents of The Wnrfin" W I ROOFSCLEANED
-- 9 omanfor
I World War D, millionsof disabled' before I FOR SALE
Since the age 24. A palgn, had been assigned to each of the children until S18 COATED S59 SOUTH MIAMI
havetaken on worker over 24 GRAVEL, BONDED
women age who dies canvass the Inner city to find he reaches 18. And if the boys Till
breadwinner In addition , or becomes LICENSED. ALL INSURED
role of disabled in 1968 people like Mr. Scott, who continue In school past their GUARANTEED IV WOWBRITIfk. $1,000 DOWN
to their roles as mother! needs four years of work in S4T44SS J7J-I1M,S4S44JT
order might not have been reached 18th birthdays, their benefitscan 3 bedrooms 1 bath
and wife. to be fully insured,as does by conventional public infor- be paid to them until they all
$98.00 month
today make up some the worker who is pays
Women retiring in mation
are 22 -- long enough for themto
37 percent of the labor force, 1968 at the age of 65 (62 for Mr. Scott made application get college educations. FOR SALE N. W. KLEINMAN REALTY

and 48 percent of all women 18 women workers). However,no for benefits on behalf of his Social security records are $2,100 DOWN Broker
64 are either working or one needs more than 10 three 221-5314
to yearsof sons last month. The confidential, but Mr. Scott'al- 236 NW 40th STREET
work. The security work under
seeking social security first check he received Included lowed his story to be told In the
law takes account of the to be fully insured. 2 bedrooms
benefits for the garage
months of hopes that it may help others
woman's greater participationin A tragic case in point is that February through September who are unaware of their so- 1 bath

the workforce and the part of the family of Mrs. Audrey -- $121.80 a month for eight cial security rights. If you $110 month pays all

her earnings play the support Scott, who died Nov. 27, 1966 months -- a total of$974.40. know of some family whom you MIDWEST REALTY

of the .family. at the age of 36. Mrs. Scott Every month from now on think might qualify, be sure to KLEINMAN Broker REALTY 5499 NW 27th avenue

One of the most recent had worked for the Electrical the family will receive check have them get touch with the N f. 5-8035 N E 32834We

changes In the law enacted Division Allis-Chalmers Including a payment of $40.60 nearest social security office.Id1 221-5314 Have Many Many Houses

January 1968, makes the con- from 1951 to 1960.She and her -------- Nice 2 bdrm, 1 bath, frame
ditions for p a y 1 n g benefits to husband met on the job and \ house, closed In, (jalousie;
; -
the dependents of a working Mrs. Scott continued to work '\ HOUSE FOR SALE N.E. porch, carport, FHA $350
down. 1982 NW 83rd St.
mother the same as those for after the birth of the first 2 FHA $450 DOWN * *
paying benefits to the depen- children, Gregory, in 1956, CBS, 3 bedroom, 1 bath,
dents of male workers. and Gary, In 1958. In 1960, she Anyone can buy. 2 bedroom clean FHi $450 down,4128

Under the old 1 a w, a wo- resigned to look after her CBS home. Lot NW 23rd Ave.. .

man's dependents could, not get growing family. Edward, bornin ;n 66x138. Many extras. CBS, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, corner
benefits unless she had a rec- 1965, was only a year old c ) J. K. REALTY, Realtors property. FHA 9423 NW 25
ord of recent work under so- when his mother died. OPEN 7 DAYS 947-7571 Ave.,

cial security, even though she At the time she died no
might have worked under so- monthly payments could be
to the ((1)) 3147 NW 66th St. '- 3 bedroom CBS, $450
cial security for a number of paid children since Mrs. NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN!
earlier. Scott had not worked under so- down FHA. 3 old.
years Nice 3 bedroom home at 1876 NW 93rd Terrace. years
the new law benefitscan cial security at least 11/2
Under Florida ;
room, enclosed porch, pump & well, for ((2) 1748 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom
be paid to the children ofa years out of the 3 years before fenced ) CBS. $250
grass, patio, awning windows, air conditioner .
woman worker whether or she died. Scott,working nightsat down FHA.
stove, refrigerator. Price only $10.000,
has worked -- missed
not she recently.just $10% down and
as in the case of a male the news stories about the 1967 $100 month. ((3)) 736 NW 48th St. Big 3 bedroom CBS. ,

worker who dies, the childrenwill amendment to the law that NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT INH,: ,', $450 down FHA.

be eligible if the motherat made his three sons eligiblefor Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home"at ':)720 ,
NW 53rd St. Large Eta ( ((4)) 1125 NW 37th St. 3 bedroom frame.
her death was either"fully"or monthly benefits, beign- room, large open:::front) -
"currently" insured. ning with the month of Febru- porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, coihice4* Many extras. $3 m down FHA.

The amount of work neces- ary 1968. drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. 'Price*1

sary to be "fully insured"depends But late this summer, Mr. only $10,000. Reosonobledownpoymentandterms.NO .' ((5)) 417 NW 46th ,St. 3 bedroom, $250 down.

on exactly when a per- Scott had a visitor,Gwendolyn RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN! WE ALSO HAVE 30 HOUSESNO
son dies, retires or becomes Gardner, a Milwaukee teen-
waterfront CBS
on large landscaped lot
disabled. As little as 1 1/2 ager, hired by the Social Security fruit trees, fenced, tile roof, Fla room, built-in, QUALIFYING $500 DOWN

years is required in the case Administration under stove, refrigerator, awnings, jalousie windows, Ford Broker
ofthose whodieorbecome the Youth Opportunity Cam- wall, to wall carpeting, carport, 2 pumps and wells Realty ,

for grounds. Beautifully furnished. Price only

Beginning In Januaryanolder the supplementary medical insurance $15,000, reasonable down payment and $125 mo. 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
person who goes to the the voluntary pro- pays everything.

hospital under medicare will gram which covers doctor
be responsible for the first$44of bills and a wide variety of SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSIN! G COSTS
Modern 3 bedroom CBS, roar porch ter'-
carport ,
his hospital bill-- now run other medical services.
ratio floors, sprinkler with and well ,
ning about$600 for the average system pump ,, CARLTON REALTY
jalousie windows! gas heat, appliances', FHAtF
beneficiary hospital ,stay Miss by D. Leip- STEVENS F price $14,500, $450 down and 97.01month! 4.'t. WI t i 3014 NW 19 STREET BROKER

ziger, social security officer Services for Mother May- WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATIONLarge 693-4772 A-:er CALL 635 3177

in-charge, said. bell Carter of 4560SW26thSt.West 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, ,jalousie windows,

Hollywood who died Nov. terrazzo floors, large fenced yard, wall to wall HERE'S A BREAK!! FHA, corner, 2 bdrm 1 bath
The $4.OOincrease (from 28, will be held Thursday, at carpeting, gas heat. This well kept home is a bar- liv rm, kitch, din area, ut rm, asphalt tile firs,

the present $40.00 deductible) 2 p.m. in Triumph the Church gain at $14,500 FHA, $450 down and 97.01 mo. on large lot zoned for duplex. $10,000, $700 dn,
from a provision in the law
requiring and Kingdom of God in Christ $75 mo. pays all.

an annual review of the West Hollywood. She is sur- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
PRICE IS RIGHT!! FHA terms. 2 bdrm, 1 bath,
deductible amount. The first vived by her husband Elder Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Tremendous (liv rm, din rm, kitch, enclosed porch, ut rm, cpt.,
review the law providedwas Lee Carter ; one foster son screened-in patio, 15x30 swimming pool, newly I stove, refrig., carpeting, s p r i Ink l I. r s". fenced.

to be made in 1968. Dwight; a stepfather Boyd landscaped 75x125 grounds, sprinkler system, $11,500, $700 down, $96 mo. pays all.

Green; five sisters Cora L. fenced, wall to wall carpeting, beautiful drapes
The law specifies that if this Woods, Della Jones and Belle and cornices, decorated bar. Oil heat, sidewalks, WELL BUILT LARGE HOME!! FHA, 3 bdrm, 1

annual review shows that hospital McClary of Miami and Katie city sewer. Must be ...n'! FHA price $19,500, bath, liv rm, din rm, huge kitch, carport,tool and
workshop, bar-i-q, fenced $15,200, $700 down,
costs have changed sig- and Mozell Bennett of month. .
Davis $900 down and $128.42 ,
$125 month all.
nificantly, the hospital deduc- Homestead one brother Ros- pays
tible amount must be adjustedfor coe Green of New York City. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS BEAUTIFUL HOME & LOCATIONS 3 bdrm, 2

the following year.Neces- Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large, beautifully bath, Fla rm, liv rm, din rm, kitchen, ut rm, gar.,

sary increases In the deduc- Services for John H.Adamsof5360SW24thSt.WestHol landscaped, fenced corner, 15x25 swimming pool, front porch, stove, refrig., carpeting, $20,500',
tible amount are to be made in double size carport, awnings, awning windows, $1,600 down, $160 mo. pays all.
$4.00 steps to avoid smallannual 1 will sprinkler system, central heat and air conditioning .
died Dec.
who ,
lywood, FINEST CONSTRUCTION!! FHA terms 5 bdrms
wall FHA $19,500 $900
changes. the wall to carpeting. ,
Following be held Sunday, Dec. 8, at 2 month. 2 baths, library rm (liv rm, din rm, kitch, Ige work
formula in the law and down and $128.42
figur- in the Church of God of
p.m. and ut rm. Excellent location. $21,000, $2,000
ing the ratio of inpatient hos- Prophecy in Hallandale. He is SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING( COSTS : down, $160 mo. pays all.

pital costs under medicare in survived by his widow Aurelia, Outstanding ':bedroom, 2 bath:home with ever )-
with those in 1967, the three daughters Renvy Bishop, thing.. Screened in 33x16 swimming pool .44x |2

deductive amount for 1969 Marjorie Brown and Meriam covered patio, beautifully, landscaped, fenced In.
out to $45.36.Roundedto Adams; six sons, George, grounds, builHn kitchen dishwasher, central

this the will nearest multiple of $4 Earl, John, Jr., Neal Law heat, awnings, 'jolousl windows, sidewalks, etc., Johnny Lee

$44 for 1969.make the deductible rence and Richard Adams; we k, FHA price $23,500, $1,700 down and $150,52 mo.;";' ,
adopted son Bertram Ingra-
ham 38 grandchildren WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION Real Estate A'Y
The of results of the annual review great grandchildren. Modern duplex at 6345 N.Miami Ave. Florida room,

the inpatient hospital tile roof heat air conditioners, furniture, appliances -
gas ,
deductible also apply to the HIDE GRAY HAIRSLICK FHA price $16,500$600 down, $113.93. 790

dollar amounts a medicare el- mo. Rent one side and live in the other rent free .
beneficiary pays toward a hos- BLACKDOUBLE 54th St. 158-9921
pital stay of than 60 MME -w- ,:1
more days, ACTION WE HAVE,MANY MMES '. c4

or a post hospital extendedcare /COLORSCMYKAIRtlACXBRAND ( YOU CAN BUY ANY OF/OUR' FHA HOMES FOR 1

stay of more than 20 days. IN PLACEr $100DOWH YOU ARE' A VET, OR BEING

also increase by 10 percent, i""j 3 bedroom, 2 bath,'Fla room, garage. All elec- __
effective January to11.00 tric kitchen ,walk-in closets. Full price

a day for the 61st through the 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH $18,900, 10% down.
90th day of a hospital stay; HOMESUnder ; * ,*.* *
to $5.50 for the 20th to the 100 Construction

day of a stay in a post hospital 9280 NW 12th Avenue BROKER :( FHA

extended care facility; and to 9300 NW 12th Avenue :t 2 bedroom,2 bath, beautiful area, sidewalks,

$22.00 a day for each day of 1366 NW 96th Street 4932 NW 7th ,I.,.. :',* and lighting, built-in kitchen features. Full
the (lifetime reserve) of 60 940 NW 43rd Street price $13,500 $800 down.

days, the reserve accounta FINE CUSTOM FEATURES PL 9-4371 * * *
beneficiary can draw upon if Priced from $25,700For .
he ever needs more than 90 Details, Call CITY ,SHOPPING CENTER ; DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME, ANDi,
days of hospital care in the ;> USE YOUR EQUITY TO PURCHASE A NEW

same benefit period. The 811 AETNA NW 54th REALTY Street SUITE 208 654-3666 OR LARGER HOME? CALL ME FOR IMMEDIATE -

changes in these amounts '' '
757-5724 Evenings Sundays
apply only to the hospital insurance Phone: ; , Open ,, ,, ?
part of medicare and Exclusive Agent '---

do not affect 'the financing of

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