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Vol. 46, No. '16 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1968

League Tackles Housing a+Fk J,

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Garbage, Slumlords, Rats

The Greater Miami Urban edge of the new thrust' of the The Greater Miami State Rep. Joe Lang Kershaw of Dade County (center) received a thun-

League announced a massive I e a g u e into ghetto com- Urban League has already received derous ovation in the Orange Bowl last Saturday just before the Orange Blossom ;;

attack Monday on four major munities. an initial grant of Classic got underway, when his colleague, Dade Senator Richard Stone r

J problems that beset the black $14,932 from the $2 million (second from right) introduced him as "the first alumnus I of Florida A&M
community in Greater Miami. The league first announcedits
The program ties in with the "new thrust" last April program. University ever to sere In the Florida Legislature."" Rep. Kershaw, electedin

League's ZmiU1on funding The new'programs are the Fair said the local league landslide votes in tHe. May primaries and November general elections,joined

for 21 heavily Negro areas first to be initiated under it. will use the money to combat. with Stone in presenting the Fifth Annual Pepsi-ColaWillie Galimore Memorial

throughout the country to build The league traditionally had four problems: the lack of Award and $4,000 four-year scholarship to A & M freshman End, Christopher
internal, economic, politicaland been identified as an organization housing code enforcement the
Anderson, whd last year graduated from Lincoln Park Academy in Fort Pierce.
social programs that worked through lack of adequate garbage and
Executive Director, T.Wil- white institutions to improvethe trash pickup, lack of repairs The award is given by Pepsi each year to the outstanding Negro high school

lard Fair said the 21 projectsin life of the Negro In such and upkeep by apartment house graduate in Florida who has excelled in both athletics scholastically.

16 states and the Districtof areas as Jobs, housing and landlords, and the lack of rat Kershaw and Stone were invited by Herbert Paige (right) general manager ofPepsl..Cola

Columbia "are the cutting education. and vermin control. Bottling Co. of Miami, Inc. to make the presentation. Shown at

extreme left is Chris Conner of Pepsi's National Public Relations Dept. In

HUD Secretary To Speak On

Africans Spat Upon;

Open Housing And Rental Law

Walter -B. Lewis, newly appointed delegated-to enforce the laws' have to be sold to "abonafide Quit Univ. of Florida

assistant to Mr. provisions.Mr. buyer of any color, race, re-
Weaver, the Secretary of Lewis, in his official ligion or national origin." I that
"We university
GAINESVILLE-An African which led to his withdrawl. urge
Housing and Urban Develop- title as Assistant Secretaryfor Henceforth, if one Is discriminated make ssistance
legal a
graduate student has withdrawn In resolution released ,
ment will speak today at 12 Equal Opportunity, will be against In any
available to students and
noon, Thursday,December 12, responsible for what is officially apartment or house for sale,a from the University of Monday, professors in the faculty confronted with violation -
at the DuPont Plaza Hotel.His titled "Title VDI of the letter to the Department of Florida, claiming he suffered department urged University of federal
speech will be on "The Jan- Civil Rights Act of 1968."This HUD and thus to Mr.Lewis will "personal indignities." President Stephen O'Connell"to state and applicable local ",
Fred Kanell,a student from utilize his moral leader. legislation,
uary 1, 1969 Open Rental and section provides that no apart activate the injunctive powersof
the resolution said.University.
'* Kenya, withdrew on Nov. 13 ship on the community to encourage -
Housing Law. ment or house can be adver- this law so that the property of Florida
after said two white establishments
The Dade County Community tised, sold or leased on adis- will remain empty and idle until he youths ser- President OConnell
Relations Board has spat upon him. ving the university, such as Stephen
crimininatory basis. Duplex the charges are investigated .
called all those who : Fred KawU.'a student from barber shops, not to discriminate Thursday condemned the mis- t
together apartments and four 'familyapartments' and a court case settles for -
.Tt withdrew 13. basis of creed treatment .of,black African Z,
Kenya, on Nov : on the race, ,
have in the sale of rental
t a part ; where the owner monetary damages the one
students and implored those .\
after he said two white
youths or color .
houses to hear Mr.Lewis, occupies apartment therein discriminated against. '
spell out the new rental himself Lewis his spat upon him.Kaneli's Professors said they tried on campGsandllelpend"man's \
open are not covered by Mr. began early inhumanity to "
and non-discriminatory sales this law on the supposition that days with the Urban Leagueand departure to encourage Kanell to stay in "Christmas is the
prompted a resolution from Gainesville but he felt he seasonof
mandate of the Federal
new two and four family structuresare has risen through the "
the of should leave 1 O'v e, O'Connell said.
department political
Law. in some way extensions ofone's ranks at the Department of indicating "This needs Infused .
Numbers of realtors mort- science, where he was a stu- should had been "unsatisfactory campus badly -
own home or business.At HUD. He will be in Miami until into it some of the love,
dent the incident Incidents..
gage bankers, lawyers, builders the least, the relationship Saturday.The deploring warmth and friendliness whichis
and financers have already between landlord and tenant Community Relations
the of
promise Christmas.;
pre-registered for this lun- closer and more frequent. All Board's Housing Confer Powell Not Indicted
cheon so that they might hear other advertised apartments ence and the Noon Luncheon
directly in person from this and homes for rent or sale are open to the public. $4.50 alle-
WASHINGTON- federal grand jury investigating
government official, solely everywhere and every time luncheon, $2.00 after lunch. gations that Negro ex-Rep.

-- Adam Clayton Powell misused

..",''J",.3".,; .I. \'At.l';; .",'It. ', public funds expired Monday
.'( ,' ;1\ without returning an indictment -
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The Justice Department
said it had concluded "that 9
available evidence did not 1
warrant prosecution" and it 4
had not recommended an indictment -
but it said it was
still checking to see if Powell
might be liable under civil law.

,., .,. The expiration of the grand
; Jury without an indictment increased 1

L' .... the possibility that the
; militant Baptist minister will

be seated when the 91st Con- Brown NamedTo
gress convenes in January.
He was reelected by his
Harlem constituents last Nixon Staff .
month and has said he is will
ing to take his seatasafreshm Robert J. Brown, 33, North
a n.He had twenty two years' Carolina Business and public '
seniority when he was expelledby relations man who worked on

., $ a vote of the membershipin the Nixon campaign, on Mon-
; the 90th Congress. day was named a special assistant -
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: on President-elect
:Richard Nixon's staff.
COUPLE GETS Brown becomes one of eight ....

I SJHifJron" Olinda;Park School' Dedication Sunday $185,000 IN Nixon's three"special top staff assistants"presidential--one level assis-below on

Ground breaking ceremonies will be held Sunday, December Olinda is designed asateamteachingandnon-graded school DAMAGE SUITLast tants. He will devote his primary -
15 for Ollnda Elementary Demonstration school, a $1 million for children from five years old. effort to carrying out
new facility of the Dade County Board public instruction and Ground breaking ceremonies will begin at 3 p.m. at the Wednesday, a Circuit Nixon's promise to promote
the first structure to break ground in the Miami model cities school site, NW 55th Street and 21st Avenue children from Court Jury awarded $185,000 black capitalism. In additionhe
area. kindergartens' in the model cities, students from the schoolsin damages to Mr. and Mrs. will follow through on the
The major emphasis in planning Olinda School was placed model cities will contribute mementos to a time capsule Nathan Gibson of 14430 Fill- recommendations of nearly a
on designing a new school environment that would adequately which will be cemented Into a permanent cornerstone. more St., Richmond Heights, score of task forces Nixon has .
support new programs and instructional systems which have Speaker will be Rev. Edward Graham, minister of Mt. Zion in a case involving Coca-Cola. established.
been developed to Improve the quality of education for disadvantaged -. Baptist Church and chairman board of trustees Florida That was In connection witha Brown was a visitor in .
children. Because this school must satisfy the Memorial College. Jan. 20, 1967, accident in Miami last weekend for the
present and future needs of this population the planners were Music will be furnished by Dorsey Junior High School band; which a Coca-Cola truck collided Orange Blossom Classic. His
constantly focusing their attention on the educational pro Drew Elementary School chorus and Drew Junior High School with a car in which Mrs. home base is High Point, N.
grams and devices that will be available for 'use in 1985. chorus. Gibson was a passenger Carolina.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 13, 1968 t. ... .. ., .- ..- y ,_#', 1 ', \\S' ",1... .., .t__4, _.-....,

I I Metro Delays Takeover 1 Of',P'over: tv. Program- III

tions. Tampa,Florida and New nances, and with What some I
Metro officials, granted approval Of the existing 1,018 Com- CAA for that Jurisdiction.One Orange County will Economic be assumed Opportunity -- Rochelle, New York were the county officials said was under
of the remaining 26 Inc. cities involved In interference of Florida
to takeover all EOPI munity Action Agencies, 794 Board of other large Gov.
has decided to designate by County ernor Claude Kirk.
had areas transfer.The
and federal officers,have ask political Jurisdictions reported the
their designations to another private non-profit or- Commissioners. plan for the Metro take- The governor's office I
ed for a delay of as much six Florida and i
months in the transfer of OEO by the end of September.Of ganization. The Hillsborough California, of over of EOPI was Initiated sequently announced he would :
EOPI. this number, 768 Jurisdictions County Commission has de- Texas lead in the number partly because of earlier raise no jection to the trans.
have decided to designate cided to takeover Tampa Eco- CAAs designated to be taken agency problems with fi- fer to Metro.
Officials said that additional the existing CAA as the official nomic Opportunity, Inc., by the local political Jurisdic- -
time is needed to bring aboutan ---
orderly transfer for the
Economic Opportunity Program
Inc. EOPI with a $10 ra t
million budget and more than
800 employes, was scheduledto
become a County department -
February 1. 1969. ) z ''irr

The takeover, supported x
virtually by all employes of _ '
the privately-run EOPI, was -dwr /Th
approved by Metro commis-
sioners in a 7-0 vote last June.
Federal officials approved the
switch in early November.

The county's original time-
table called for the transfer to
be put into effect January 1,
1969, but County Manager
Porter Homer has asked that Jf,
this be delayed possibly until
June 30,1969.

The county takeover was
made possible by the "Green '
Amendment" of the 1964 Eco-
nomic Opportunity Act as,
amended in 1967.Thisamendment -
allows the local political
Jurisdiction to designate some
organizations other than the f
existing private non-profit organization 1L
as the Community
Action Agency for that Juris

Dade's EOPI is the largest
ft r
program to be so designated,
according to figures releasedby :
federal Office of Economic
Opportunity recently. j '
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Bishop Pike '

Heads"Nightcall" / '

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Guest List ____

Bishop James Pike head- L Y'V
lines the guest list of"Night -
Call" the national telephone
call-in radio program for the
week of December 16-20.AIso

guesting on Night Call for the John Harris, Head Teller and graduate of Booker T. Washington High School,

.week are Lewis former Steele NAACP; always has a friendly greeting for the regular savers at the Roosevelt office.

Robert Hall, head of the Legal
Abortion Society; Nathan
Perlmutter, of the American ' Where '
Jewish Committee, and Milton > . People come First. . 7"
Henry, involved in Black na-
tionalism. to make their dreams come true

Night Call is head live Mon
day through Friday from 11:30

network p.m. 12:30 of over a.m.,90 EST stations, on a Whatever your goal may be"you've got it made At First Federal your savings earn generous dividends -

around the country and Invites when you've got it saved" at First Federal of Miami. with maximum safety, protected by more

listeners to call in collect to Whether you look forward to being able to educate than 40 million dollars in reserves and insured by a

and speak host with Del the Shields.evening's guest your children, to a vacation and travel, owning your permanent agency of the United States Government.own .
business carefree retirement-these
Monday, Dec. 16 Bishop a good .
James Pike discusses "Is and worthwhile things of life can be yours when Whether is
your account large or small, you always
There life after death?" for them at America's Oldest Federal. I
you save . receive a warm welcome at America's Oldest Federal
Tuesday, Dec. 17 Milton largest in the South. . where people i
Henry, 'involved in the Black I
nationalist movement,talks on
"Will there be a new black Savings for regular passbook
nation in America?" accounts received by the 20th of the month I
will earn dividends from the 1st of the month .
Wednesday, Dec. 18For-
mer NAACP Lawyer Lewis
Steele has as his subject,"Su- ROOSEVELT OFFICE I
preme Court: Too Liberal, f!
Too Conservative?" I

Thursday, Dec. 19 Dr. (rc4'; First ......
Robert Hall, head of the Legal Federal INSURED
Abortion Society, discusses Savings .
"Should abortions be legal?" SEDER, AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .

Friday, Dec 20Nathan

Perlmutter, of the American W. H. WALKER JR., CHAIRMAN AMERICA'S OLDEST
Jewish Committee,discusses, FEDERAL LARGEST IN THE SOUTH
"New racial crisis, Jews vs.
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Leaders Urged J jJ

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To Assist Black GhettoNEW I t 'at ., '4_

f r liF 1
YORICr- William B. they require "no less than an dual s taDdards in municipal i
Morris, NAACP director of all-out national effort by both services, law enforcement,
housing programs,has told the the Federal Government and economic opportunities, and __1y
National Association of Manu- priverate enterprise." the right to secure goodhousing / Mk
facturers that black business in good neighborhoods ata -
must be equipped to operateand The NAACP housing director price they can afford to pay" orpicbwr.X ..;.1
the NAM
survive in a total com challenged are additional requirements.
munity environment If we do members to give massive attention Mtp ,
not wish "to hasten the advent to the elimination of Mr. Morris, In ,

of separate societies." which ghettos stem from and the themHecalled problems the NAM housing session addressing hereat H ; . I.j
"Black communities Hr "
are the Waldorf-Astoria ,'
for "a rejection of paternalistic -
rapidly becoming larger, 5, announced that"the NAACPIs p : : ; .
and asked the
more s e par ate and less about toembarkupona mas- q
NAM to assist the ghetto c
equal, Mr. Morris said. "A sive program to sponsor and
polarization of the races is destroying people In developing"a greater produce housing for lower-
basic democratic measure of self-determina
income families." He
tion and the development of urged .
values. These black
support and cooperation from
and + 1
pride dignity.
spawn frustrations, despair the National Association d
bitterness." He said that "The prompt elimination of Manufacturers. ',

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Welfare Cohen W
! Secretary Says... .

KEY TIMEThe Rev. Leon H. Sullivan (second from rightchairman) of

j Spend Less On Luxury : Zion Investment Associates, Inc.,'owners Progress- Plaza Shopping Center,

Philadelphia, presents key for The Philadelphia Saving Fund Society's new J

office, to John E. Krout, PSFS senior vice president. Participating in the

I More On 22 Million PoorWASHING ceremony (left to right), Elmer Young, manager of the Plaza; James D. Ward,

Jr., branch manager of new PSFS office; (Krout, Sullivan), and M. Todd

Cooke, Jr., PSFS senior vice president. Progress plaza is the first major
TON-Welfare plained at a news conference people in the country has de-
Secretary Wilbur J. Cohen showed that total spending for clined by 27 per cent and Infant shopping center in America to be developed, owned and operated by Negroes.

said Thursday Americans these purposes by the private mortality, death and
should spend less money on sector together with that of disease rates have decline In Black Commissioner RelectedIn Negro Named

third and fourth cars, yachts, federal, state and localgov- many areas. Fort PierceJackie
cigarets and liquor and moreon e rnments went from But he said massive increases Store Manager
social welfare.He $79 billion in 1968. The public in spending are need Caynon was returnedto
expressed the view portion was $112 billion ed to Improve education,com- the Fort Pierce City Com- CURTIS JACKSON leavesa
while, at the same time, Cohen, the departing Dem- bat poverty and generally improve mission from the Northside teaching career to managenew
praising statistics showing that ocrat in charge of the Depart the lives of Americans.He District for another two years Hollywood-North Dade
America's spending for ment of Health, Education and in last Tuesday's municipal Kennedy & Cohen store.
health education and welfare Welfare, said that during his agreed his proposals election he defeated Jim Hat- MM a Born in Waycross, Ga.
has doubled since 1960. period of Democratic administration "would cost a lot of money"and field, a white opponent, by approximately Jackson did undergraduatework
Charts and graphs he ex- the number of poor require big increases.. 200 votes. at Florida A & M and
Hatfield was running graduate work at Florida At-
slightly ahead of Caynon until lantic University. He taught
Morris Brown the big vote from the predominantly English and French Broward
Jackie Robinson Speaks Here Negro Lincoln s c h o o 1 s before Joining '.

President SpeaksFor stream of Tomorrow from the Parks area came,in,giving.him Kennedy & Cohen., a 1
UNCF .. Cross Currents of TodayV He a comfortable lead. Jackson and his wife Jean ,
one daughter. r
/ will be followed by the;noted
Dr. John A. Middleton, Miami are hit e c t Alfred ,\
president of Morris Brown : \ Browning Parker, presi-
College In Atlanta, was the dential advisor Theodore C.
feature speaker at the fundraising " .. Sorensen, heart specialist Dr. FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
luncheon of the United ...1'. '. ..>' Paul Dudley White,and;parapsychologist MODERATE RATES-CALL

Negro Fund at the Algiers Hotel '.. Dr.J. B.. Rhine. .
on Tuesday. ..1'.t Larry King, Miami Herald "7'I
Dr. Middleton told the gathering I; columnist and TV personality BONDED ...-....,I

that..the education of :rn,< ,.lo) will be moderator for the
black Americans is the responsibility '" ',:" open forum which will follow
of whites as wellas each lecture.
Negroes. Any wrh.r. In the world
of all should
"People races you want to go"cwr r
support Negro colleges not because TlCKFB
they are N e g r 0 or Inferior - AGENCY.T
but because they are NO MOllE 4T7Z1
Former baseball great and
American," said Dr. John A. civil rights activist Jackie ""'"'" .
M iddleton, president of Robinson will be the first S(. -- -A
n i ia
Morris Brown College in Atlanta 'L 8UHII/
speaker in the cultural lecture \ ft
series o e DID at 8 "Your
p g p.m. Neighborhood Trov.1Ag.nt. ,
The United Negro College
Fund Is trying to raise $7 ursday at Temple Judea, ." o -f ,,'r THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
5500 Granada Blvd., Coral
year 21,000 Gables. A. near to you 01 your ,OPERATING
students at 36 predominantlyNegro f.1.l ,... Give us a toll IN DADE AND BRQV/ARD/ COUNTIES
Robinson will speak on "A
colleges, Including Fla. *. ct.llver. 1104 NW 3rd
House Divided" In the monthly Avo. FR 9-8451. Cho. C.
Memorial in Miami and Be- series entitled "The Main- North, Manager. A fleet of cars and.collectors give door to door service' for
thune-Cookman in Daytona tenants convenienceA

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 13( 1968. .... : ,.

What Does A Fair HousingLaw w, To Be Equal

Black Man ? _
Mean To A '
br Whitney M. Young Jr.

Offices 6530 HW.15th Av*., Miami, Fla. 331 -Phone: 6910421 On April 15, 1968,a Federal Fair Housing Law went into ef-
fect that "bans discrimination based on race, religion, coloror Executive Director National Urban League\
H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ,w
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor national origin in the sale or rental of housingCoveredby r -
STANLEY I. SWEETING. Theatrical Editor the law." The following categories of
but only if federally assisted. Federally assisted means housing Hunger In AmericaTwo
National Advertising Representative with mortgages insured by FHA or VA after Nov. 20,, 1962,

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. ""A .".At.."" iii_ !u! nr Ar.I'n 11, law., mihlie housing; housing
dUU VUIO as wy--- -- --"c- sin -
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 urban renewal dUUaaa5 areas and housing; ;db-Y the Federal Government doctors recently returned from a trip and wrote that
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Not ; the law has not significantly changed they saw "weak, lethargic children, with swollen legs and
2400 S, Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 11//. 60616 surprisingly skin
practices of discrimtna'tion in the rental and sale of hous- swollen bellies; children was dry and rough and in.
and discolored and ulcerated and excoriated
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ing in Dade County. fected ; children
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Oa January 1, 1969, there will be a difference. All housing whose muscles were wasted;whose bones were quite obviously

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos*, In the above categories will be covered even inuthnot federally deformed; children who were" no longer hungry, because they!
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 assisted.This could be a major breakthrough establishment were too ill to desire food.
"CREDO of the kind of housing opportunity that citizens of a democratic These doctors were not reporting on starvation conditions
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead country have a right to expect.What the law will really In Biafra, or in some other pocket of misery and hunger tar
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords mean in terms of the average black man being able to buy what from home. They were reporting on conditions In Beaufort
to every man regardless of his racet creed or color his human he can pay for remaias to be seen. On Thursday, December County, In the state of South Carolina, right here in the United
and tearing
legal rights.
Hating no no morvthe Negro
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all/ men 12, 1968, we may be given the answer. States of America.
are hurt as long as anyone is held back. The man who has the answers is Mr.Walter Lewis, Assis- Their report, published in a recent issue of the New RepubHe \ .
tant Secretary of HUD in Washington, D.C. His job is to carry is horrifying it duplicates the find ings of other doctors

ditor's out the enforcement of the new Federal Housing Law. He will who have investigated living conditions among the rural poor
Ie 'atetaah be the principal speaker at the Third Annual Housing Confer- In Mississippi and elsewhere.

ence of the Metropolitan Dade County Communications Board Such reports are especially disturbing at this time of year
ARCHBISHOP BADLY TREATEDIn and his subject will be the new law and what to do about it. when most Americans have just finished their traditionalThanksgiving
What one wants to do about it depends upon who one is. U feasts and look forward to their overflowing

Basildon, England, on Monday htthe archbishop of you are a real estate man, a builder, a banker, you might be Christmas tables.
Canterbury, Dr. Michael Ramsey was shouted down by dem- looking for ways to get around it. If you are a whte man you But holiday dinners with all the trimmings are all but un-
onstrators as he spoke on race relations. Police removed six might hope it doesn't mean much. If you are a black man and known for the more than ten million Americans who exist on

men from the pews before the archbishop was able to concludehis you want to drive down the street with your wife and say "Hey, poor diets. Hunger stalks blacks and whites in the poorest
speech. look. There's one we can afford.Let's buy it (or rent it).", the areas of the South; it devastates Indian families on Western

The speaker said he would like to see Britians race relations new law may mean that you can do just that. We trust it will, reservations; and it is a daily visitor in many homes in big.
strengthened.Shouts because that is one of the most basic changes that is going to city ghettos.But .

of "vlllian" filled St. Martin's Church. One demon- have to be made in our country.At any rate, we will be on handon hunger isn't supposed to exist in this,the richest nationin

strator said, "That is a load of rubbish." Another shouted: Thursday to hear Mr. Lewis and ask him just that. the history of the world. What about welfare aid, the food
"The national front declares you are a "traitor.' To the Community Relations Board and its participating stamp program. and free school lunches?Don't they feed pea
Others in the Interdenominational audience tried to drown sponsors, the Greater Miami Urban League, the University of ple and prevent children from being ravaged by hunger and
the shouts with applause. Miami-Urban Affairs Project, and the Inter-Faith Agencyfor the diseases it cause?

Bishop Ramsey said: "Avoid slogans or denounciations.Get Social Justice, congratulations are in order for bringing Mr. Obviously, the answer is no.
to know the facts and study them." Lewis to tell it to us like it's about time it was.
Only about a fourth of all poor people get any kind of public
The demonstrators' reference; to a national front was not welfare assistance. The food stamp program, along with an.

immediately explained. other program that distributes surplus food, reaches only one

out of five poor people.

THE POWELL CASE The poorest counties suffer most. Bolivar and Sunflower
A Cause For Concern
Counties, in Mississippi,are examples.In both, the poor make
up two-thirds of the population.In Bolivar, less than half of the!
The case against former Congressman Adam Clayton Powell poor take part in federally-aided food programs and only about

his who seat was remains reelected in November, but not as yet allowed to take A Cause For Hope one of every eight poor people get welfare payments. In Sunflower

unsettled. less than a fourth of the poor get food aid, while only
The Justice Department has issued a three-sentence state-
ment On December 6,we raised several areas of concern with regard about a tenth get welfare.
saying it had concluded that available
evidence did not
warrant to Metro's takeover of EOPI(The County Manager's re- In the cities, many schools don't provide federallyaidedfree
prosecution. It said however it would continue to
study sponse appears in this edition.) hot lunches, often because old school buildings have no
the matter to determine if there was any civil action that could
kitchen facilities. schools built hundred
Many ghetto were a
be taken
against the Rev ,Mr. Powell.
The December 11th edition of The Miami Herald carried a years ago, and in these decayed facilities,hungry children are
story stating that the County Is contemplating delaying its take- supposed to sit in overcrowded classrooms and learn about

WHAT A SENTENCEIn over of EOPI for perhaps six months. We believe that these freedom and democracy.
series of events are causes for great concern, but possiblysome Unless the new administration wants America to be knownas

hope. a land of hunger and illness, it will have to move fast to
Charleston, Thomas Charles Fuller, 19, who pleaded
correct this national
guilty to the murder of five brothers and sisters of his high Mr. Homer's response reveals a lack of serious scandal.
study The food
for the
stamp should be revised. Prices
school sweetheart was sentenced to 140 to 198 years in prison. being given to the role of Metro in Federal Social Welfare program
stamps are often too costly and the allotments too low to provide
Upon the ,
hearing sentence
the father
of the victims shouted programs. Mr. Homer is quite correct in his assertion that
that there had"been no justice in this case" and ran off toward the proposed Ordinance is applicable to agencies other than to an adequate diet. Stamp prices should be provided free
poor .
the bullpen behind the court room, where Fuller was held. EOPI. The Model Cities program wouldalsobeaffected
However, bailiffs restrained him. by its local authorities refuse to take part in federal food programs
provisions. He is also correct instating that the laws
regard- the government should distribute them directly.That's
ing both these
programs are explicit in their
requirement that what happened when black people were denied the vote in partsof
employment be based
on to
ability perform opposed to formal the South into
the officials
Condition credentials.We -- Justice Department sent
register them. Children shouldn't starve simply because some

local officials have strange ideas about race.
Warrants are concerned that he fails to see that the dominant fac- And until the inadequate welfare system can be replaced by
Action NOW! tor in both these requirements is the knowledge that the poor a national system income maintenance federal welfare stan-
have been denied
many worthwhile jobs due to unrealistic dards should be set to local
Concerned citizens and parents of Dorsey Junior High School restrictions unrelated to job performance. When prevent abuses.

appeared before the School Board Wednesday to point out the 'Metro assumes the reins of the Anti-Poverty Program it will

deplorable conditions now in existence at the school,and to re- of necessity ask many firms to use new and innovative approaches -
quest that the board take immediate steps to demolish this to eliminating poverty. We would have hoped that as PHIL OSSOFER

"black school" built during the days of the separate but equal an initial show of sincerity, Metro would have taken a close
philosophy. look at its Civil Service, to ferret out those practices which
The response of the members of the Board and the super- have become barriers to the employment of the poor, and which What is violence? My dic- table violence of white
intendent were disheartening. The black parents well told that, :are unrelated to effective government.Mr. tionary describes it this way: supremacy, proving to me that
if the next bond issue passes, there would be $3 1/2 million "In law, the unlawful use of this subtle violence whichis

appropriated for a new junior high school somewhere in the Homer's response appears to maintain the "Sacred physical force; intimidation by hidden from the lawhasbeenthe
area. Cow" status of the Civil Service system without study of its exciting fear of such force provoker of the physical

In the meantime, however, so stated one member- we I possible defects. We are further distressed that Metro seems being used." This description violence which is punishableunder

can put down some carpeting, buy some shop equipment and :to tie its Anti-Poverty efforts solely to federal funds. While fits the disturbances we have the law.Unwittingly.

air condition the school. This, according to the board mem- we have doubts about the inclination of Metro to sustain the seen in our cities. However, a perpetratorof
bers, would raise the spirits of the students and faculty psy- :Anti-Poverty efforts at its present level, we had hoped that the there is another descriptionof "lawful" discrimination is
chologically. EOPI takeover spelled the beginning of a comprehensive local violence in the same dic- wielding a boomerang, one that

Now I ask you,parents,citizens and taxpayers,does it make I effort. Such an effort does not say we will run this program tionary: Injury done to any- does more damage to the
sense to wait another two to three years on a bond issue to be I until the funds stop,but rather use Federal funds in the framework thing which is entitled to respect wielder than to his target, for
passed in order to abandon a hazard such as Dorsey Junior of a larger local design.Mr. reverence, or obser- this kind of violence is punishable -

High is? vance, profanation, infringement under God's law, Proof
Must our young girls still be exposed to passers by from Homer's reply does not allay our concerns perhaps the violation." recorded in Micah 6:1043: :

the hall when they are using the rest-room, simply because delay, if it occurs, will bring about the kind of serious thinking It appears to me that the lat- "Are there yet the treasuresof
there is no door to close? I of which Metro is capable, and which Dade County de ter description is a subtle wickedness in the housed
Must 150 boys continue to use a rest-room, which has only serves. thing, especially when it con- the wicked, and the scant measure

one commode, two uninals and three wash basins? cerns human beings, ALL of that is abominable
The Miami Times thinks not. whom are entitled to respect I count them pure with the

We believe that the School Board should move forthwith and and also to reverence, in the wicked balances, and with the
appropriate the funds now for a new junior high as it did for a sense of personal dignity.This bag of deceitful weights For

new school in the Miami Lakes area as well as other areas. YOUI[( kind of violence is far more the rich men thereof are fun

There are no problems as such in Miami Lakes, in fact they dangerous destructive,for of violence,and the inhabitants
don't even sell homes to black people in Miami Lakes. Our it does not manifest itself thereof have spoken lies, and
efforts should be directed initially in the areas where the needis TO MORE PROFITS R PRESTIGE through physical force and there tongue is deceitful

greatest. And if you don't believe the need is great at COULD BE therefore is not openly unlaw- their mouth. Therefore also
Dorsey, then pay the school a visit. ADVERTISINGYOUR ful according to our statutes. will I make thee sick in smiting -

Where there are decent schools, well equipped with a rea- BUSINESS IN Defacto segregation, as long thee and making thee desolate
listic and functional curriculum that meets the needs interest A practiced in sins."
' ...-.. the North, comes because of thy
and desires of community, crime and vandalism is at a low 1Tiil H tll.l I hpr under this heading. Racial inequality isa

ebb.THE The sheets of flame issuing "white" lie behind whichlurks
BOARD MUST ACT NOW! US TODAY! forth from our cities of late the most injurious kind:

are the result of the combus- f violence.


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CongressPresidentelect "

Nixon Is committed bringing us together.
rye said in other columns that rhetoric and slogans won't do
the trick, so here is a list of some of the measures the 91st p
Congress should enact if we are to be brought together. .
The civil rights laws of the past decade have gone far toil AREAS .,
ward assuring political and legal equality for citizens. But ltd1
there are gaps intheexisting laws that must be filled. At the
il 1 very least Congress should: r
((1) Eliminate the literacy test and other "tests or devices y llrr
; as requirements for registration for .voting where educational e
practices have placed prospective voters at a disadvantage in < 1.

J' meeting these requirements.
((2) Include public employees under the coverage and pro-
( tection of the Equal Employment Opportunity section of the

Civil Rights Act of 1964. '" ,
(3) Extend to the selection of state court Juries the same .', ; .
safeguards against racial and economic discrimination it has
already approved for Federal jury trials
'' (4)) Give agencies responsible for enforcing fair employ- "
ment and fair housing laws the cease-and desist authority and
the powers actionavaliable to other administrative agencies.

the existing laws that must be filled

3 the government can provide employment and training
for all who want to work and may not have the skills or edu- .

cation to get a job. Congress must enact a massive employ-
ment program that will create socially useful jobs in both the
public and private sectors of the economy. 'f : : *
Metro Responds To
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; .' Farm workers should be protected and given the same rights ; ? '
: :Questions Oh P
\ other workers have. The 91st Congress should include them ov e rty'PrOfr t

:' within the provisions of the National Labor Relations, '
: which would give them the right to organize and to bargain col- r\ '; TakeoverEDITORS
( lectively to improve their working conditions. : { m

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$1.60 an hour is too low a minimum wage. Someone who NOTE-The article below by County Manager ;
works 40 hours a week can earn only $3,328.00 a year at that Porter, Homer is in reply to a front, page editorial in the
\ rate. Congress must pass the $2.00 minimum wage. Times Dec 6.

I'"r; HEALTH AND WELFARE The Miami Times in an editorial December 6th I-11 V '\.. \\1.

r edition has expressed! some concern and asks some questions I
t.. Social security benefits need to be broadened and increased relating to Dade County's forthcoming operation of (
J and the present medicare program should be expanded into a Economic Opportunity Program, Inc. Of immediate
;,r program of national health insurance. We need a uniform national concern is a proposed Dade County Ordinance which will 1
! standard for welfare and benefit payments, sufficient be considered at a public hearing on December 16. This r I
I:;,, to lift recipients out of poverty. Ordinance, would allow the County Commission to desig- M' .

h nate certain federally supported programs as exempt _
HUNGER from certain civil service requirements.
10 million Americans are going hungry. Congress must
We would appreciate the interest of the Miami Times in
eradicate this disgrace through broadening the food stamp program
of questions and we are pleased
1 raising a number important
j : faciliating the distribution of surplus food, or giving
% need to have balanced to answer them.In .
people money enough to buy what they a

diet.This response to the question of whether EOPI personnelwill
is only the bare minimum of what must be done. Thereare accrue tenure in the same manner as other County

no shortcuts, no cut-rate bargains. This program and personnel, the answer is yes.The second question raised
t: much more must be passed by the 91st Congress. was whether EOPI personnel would have th same rightsof
appeal in grievance matters as other County personnel A'J
As County employees in the"unclassified"service, EOPI
; Chicago Employment personnel would not be subject to the same grievance pro- .
1 cedures as classified employees. However,a Community
Action Agency Board will be created and will have relat-
Cited ed to the right of EOPI personnel to make "lateral trans-
Ii; Agency fers" to other County agencies without loss of time pre-
viously served. When EOPI employees become County
, of their
ment because race.
A private employment
with the County beginning
willhave tenure
}J in Chicago has been accept The finding was based on an investigation employees, they
agency ing discriminatory job that showed: on that date regardless of any later transfers to other ---- .--.-. -

orders, many from the area's (1) Among 80 recorded job .departments.The NASSAU. When Bahamas tal strip of blue and pink . .
If largest employers, and filling orders drawn from the Miami Times editorial raises the issue of job se- Airways begins its BAG-111 buckled in brass. Oxidized
them under a system that includes agency's records covering a curity.. It should be pointed out that the continuation of jet flights between Florida and brass buttons accent pocketsand
). both direct and "coad- two year period ending in May, any of the EOPI programs presently operated dependent the Bahamas on December 15, epaulets. The modified
ill E'\; ed" racial designations toex- 1968, at least 10 bore a plain- on federal funding, whether they are operated by EOPI or its stewardesses will be attired A-line dress beneath is bright
'it elude Negroes from job refer- articulated racialpreference by Dade County. Dade County has no control over contin- in a uniform which adds yellow, short sleeved, andean
:: rals. This finding by the U. S. ; e. g., "no Negroes," ued funding by the United States Congress. The proposed further emphasis to the air- be worn with or without the belt
i Equal Employment Opportun- EZ hire for whites," "non- Ordinance before the County Commission was designed to line's new advertising phrase of the jacket.

\\1, ity Commission was announced skilled white," "neat white protect to as great a degree as possible the present statusof . "Everything new but the The accent colors of blue
'; this week by Chairman Clifford only." EOPI personnel. It will not be necessary for such personnel name." and pink are used vertically at
L. Alexander, Jr. (2)) Thirty-nine others stat- to take open competitive examinations which is a New York designer Bob the side seams in a stripe
1 The Commission adminis- ed that a "#10" was or was not pre-requisite for employment within the classified ser- Bride has created an ensemble which is the width of the belt

ters Title Vn of the 1964 Civil acceptable. The agency's vices. However, all such employees who later wish to take which reflects awareness of and serves to emulate the
Rights Act that prohibits job manager, in denying the Com- civil service examinations in order to qualify for classified today and yet retains feeling stripe trouser of the police
discrimination based on race, mission's charge, maintainedthat positions which may be open in any department In the for traditional styling. Colors men's uniform from which it
"10" was a code desig- will be encouraged to do so. derived.
color national County government, chosen echo the lure of these was
religion,sex or ,
origin by employers, labor organizations nation for an applicant who is The final issue raised in the editorial relates to the establishment delightful Islands. Predomi- The chin-strap hat is of
joint labor-management "very sharp in typing" skill and of a separate job category for EOPlemploy- nantly yellow and white call to white straw and is a modified
apprenticeship pro- other attributes. But many eds. Such is not the c a s e as approximately 25% of all mind the sun and the sand of its combination of the Royal Ba-
job orders for typists indicated Discreet hamas Police head It is
beautiful beaches. gear.
grams and employment agen- County employees are in the "unclassified service It
cies. that no "10"s" should be must be emphasized that the proposed Ordinance relates to accents of island blue and flamingo banded by a scarf of batiste,
referred; and two persons(one all federally funded programs and is designed to meet the pink, the airline's signature which has been designed by
In its decision in the case white and one Negro) employed legal requirements of the specific programs concerning colors, tie together a Mr. Bride for Bahamas Air-

involving the Chicago agency, by the agency as employ- employment.,A number of sucb programs require that look altogether striking.Mr. ways, and printed Nassau by
the commission found ment counsellors, told the preference In employment be given to residents part Bride has chosen to Bahamas Hand Prints, Ltd.
to believe "
"reasonable cause is in violationof Commission that #10" denoted ticular neighborhood. In the case of the Poverty Program, ; adapt a design not only seen The shoes are a low-heel and
that the
agency "Negro" counsellors. ,, for decades in the Bahamas closed For, inclement
residency: as veil as economic! status are among the criteria many pump.
Title vn by accepting and (3) An entry on one job list- , '.. its famous police weather this look is
for employment, ':" ." . '::' :' : on unique
filling racially discriminatory ing stated thatemployerswould If 1i, <' t. ,$.'I.,, ?: /,,'<...;' ., ;. but elsewhere in the Common preserved with a white vinyl
job orders,classifying referring pay the fee if the refer- '; lJ'n..w':" tJ : (-lr' :'})' ...r.,ft'i' ; ,::1" j.,, ':J, 1 ..1,,' "e a It h. He uses it here in cape, epauletted andbrass
mer'j. }
baiss fl'f 'f'" ,
applicants OIl red is white but not '
applicant Co nti'ilii3"'ge : white, shaped to the body hip buttoned and,worn with below-
of race, and refusing or failing if the referred applicant wasa length and belted in a regimen the-knee white vinyl boots.Bayard .
to refer Negroes for employ- "110."

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I Plenty Action At Brownsville Youth CenterBurdine's

Tire Center the originated- from Happy Miamia year, continued to exist after Sunday the center was also, to take advantage of the challenge and gave careful I
location of Brownsville Youth project proposed by Com. .the Happy Miami project was decorated with autumn leaves willing workers of the center.He consideration to ways and I
Center, has been the recent missioner Athalie Range for over. The program was reorganized and the scene was set for a tea. also wondered why more means of achieving maximum
focus of attention in our com the summer of '68. to Include educationand The speaker, Mr. Guinyard, children did not participate participation of the commun I
munity. This p r o g r a m is directed There were two vital programs community involvement. challenged the community to because it was their center. ity. Photos by Sumner I
by Mrs. Cassie Pon- with v a r Iou s recreational On Saturday mornings make use of the facilities; The group was moved by this Hutcheson ill

dexter. Her assistants are Ted activities in the com children of every age are ,____.......... ._ ,
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Gardner Walter Cromwell involved in various -----------.or '
munity and at the center. types
and Charles Wilson. Eleven youth were employed.The of activities. Volunteers from
The center is open to young youth center, funded by Miami Beach High School are 44f
sters from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., the Federal Government and on hand and eager to lend a It's Easy
Monday through Saturday.Th the building being donated by hand In the enrichment pro
Burdine's Youth CenterST. Burdine's rent free for one gram. Fill out the attached
,' application card and

LDf Opposes Lengthy Jail Sentence present it with your Start

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LOUIS.-A sentence of gal Defense and Educational his unconstitutional restraint, c QJljriBtmaH! Ulita!!
254 days in Jail for the inability Fund, Inc. (LDF) lawyers.The conviction, sentence and fine"
to pay a fine and court cost of action of the local court in the municipal and circuit &
$254.00 "constitutes Imprisonment deprived Winters of the rights courts. Clik/AbnaL
for no other due him under the Fourteenth Both courts denied his re
reason than poverty," LDF attorneys Amendment, the LDF stated. quest. \
told the U.S. Court of A federal district court in Lit- LDF Attorneys then took the C1u6frJ
Appeals Tuesday. tle Rock agreed, and the State case to the Supreme Court of
The case was that Robert appealed to the U. S. Court of Arkansas which issued an
Winters, an indigent Negro Appeals. order halting the sentence TODAYJoin
charged with a morals offense LDF attorneys told the court pending consideration of the
Involving a white,woman in that other persons in the same Winters petition and releasing
Little Rock, Ark.Because indigent situation as Winters him on $100.00 bond. one of these classes NOW
Winters was not routinely work off their finesat Appearing in the U. S. Appeals 1 II
represented by a lawyer at his the Pulaski County Penal Court for the LDF was 25.00
9 .50 a week totals. $
municipal court misdemeanortrial Farm at the rate of$l.OOdaIly.i attorney Michael Meltsner of t
held on the same day o Once Imprisoned, Wintersdid New York City.Newly 1L. $ 1.00 week totals. .E 50.00 m I
the offense- May :3 I, 1965 -- file for a writ of habeas -: 9 2.00 a week totals. .' 100.00 I
LDF attorneys urge he was denied corpus, asking "relief against
the right to counsel. Ar Opened I 9 5.0O a week totals. .a 250.00 |

kansas does not appoint counsel fIGIt'IM77iUY Pills FarmMarket >910.00 a week totals. .. 500.00 I
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 13, 1968 7I

I EDA Funds To Help Create 90 New Jobs At Sanford I

Approval of an $824,000 help construct a barge port on 000-naval and civilian employees. through the port annually, according velopment plan, the city is negotiating to the area.

! grant to help stimulate Indus- the St. Johns River at Sanford. Local officials are work- to the applicant.As for the air station In addition to the EDA funds,
trial growth and create 90 new The facilities will include two ing to develop all potential an immediate result of property for an airport indus- the applicant is providing

jobs at Sanford, Fla., was ant berths, a wharf, a transit sources of Job opportunities to the port project, Merry Companies trial area and for the site of a $953,000 from other sourcesto
tnounced by the Economic Development warehouse and open storage offset this loss.A Inc., a brick and tile planned vocational school. A complete the $1177,000cost
' Administration, areas. firm, will build a plant at San- Junior college has recently of the port project.
I U. S. Department of Com major asset to Sanford is ford and hire 70 workers and been established in the area,
The Sanford area has had a the
St. Johns River, which is EDA
merce. the Seminole Memorial Hos- was established under
the will
rapid rise in unemployment part of the Florida Inland Authority employ the Public Works and
pital has expanded and a 125- Eco-
'Ii The Seminole County Port resulting from the closing of Waterways System..Within about 20 persons, the applicant acre industrial tract is being nomic Deveopment Act toas-
Authority is the applicant for Sanford Naval Air Station in states.
five years, 500,000 tons of developed by the Port Author sist economically lagging
;I the Federal funds, which will July 1968, affecting about 3-, cargo are expected to pass As part of its long-range de ity to help attract new firms areas of the Nation.

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f. White Dropouts fare Better

Than Black College Grads

In an assault upon racial with the level of education at- Despite the existence in New f w,,
discrimination in the higher tained. There is a closer approximation York City of Federal,state and

ranks of employment, a gov- equality in municipal laws against Job
ernment official declared thata earnings among people with an discrimination, campaigns bv
college trained black man elementary school education private agencies to increase ;

has less chance of getting a than there is among college Negro employment and the SR rriT1wi
job commensurate with his graduates." claims of industry itself that r
training than a white grade "things
are changing1 Alex-
To the question of why
school drop out. ander said that between 1966 ,
education has failed to
bring il .. : '
Clifford L. Alexander, Jr., about equality in income, or and 1967, mly 859 blacks were '!, .'
Chair man of the U.S. Equal equality in employment, the added by ,iO companies with a if ''

Employment Opportunity Co- head of the Federal Government white collar workforce of 163-, ,'", .", '

mission, documented this fact 's antl-Job discrimination 000.If .,. ,'
at a symposium on "The agency gave one-word that were not enough of a ;..i'

Higher Education of Negroes response: discrimination. rebuff to the Negroes who had .", ,,
-Key to Equality". strived to get a higher education ,. ?
In support of his allegation discrimination scored
The symposium was sponsored he presented some statistics even another triumph in that \ :)
", by the United Negro drawn from the New York City of the 859 hired, 588 were as- .% A .
College Fund and The Satur- white collar employmentscene. signed to the.lowest level Jobs ;< '.' t
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brought together in the white collar category,

an imposing array of Alexander stated.Wilkins. ABRAM LEDBETTER WINS COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP FROM ELKS
leaders in government, business Black people, representing

tt industry, foundations, approximately 18 percent of Atlanta, Georgia Abram D. Ledbetter, a graduate of Eastern High

labor and education at a meet- New York City's population in To School, Washington, D. C., was the first recipient of a new college scholar-

. ing In Was h I n g ton last week 2.6 1966 percent, he reported of the,total filled white only ship sponsored jointly by the Elks and Coca-Cola USA, a Division of The
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collar Jobs of the city's 100 Receive AwardAt Coca-Cola Company. Shown above at the presentation which was a highlightof

Elaborating, Alexander major corporationsThe the Elks recent annual convention in New York City, are: Ledbetter (sec

noted that "a collegeeducated corporations, he said, ond from right), receiving congratulations from Grand Exalted Ruler Hobson

median black less man than earns a white, at hgih the showed black people representing PrincetonNEW Reynolds (right), George W. Lee, Grand Commissioner of Education (left),
1.4 percent of the and Harold Hamilton (second from left) Market
' ..' school drop-out, and barley Development Department,
salesworkers, 2.4 percent of YORK.- Roy Wilkins, Coca-Cola USA also
i' two-thirds what a white man participated in the event.
the technicians, and only 0.7 executive director of the National -
6 i. earns with a"comparable level ,percent of. the professionals. Association for the Advancement

I 1\ of Continuing education., he pointed out Forty-five, he said of the, had 100 no corporations black. has been selected of Colored to receivethe People, r UBF Names Task Force Chairmen I :I

; that "the disparity of income salesworkers, 46 had no black James Madison Award for
;i between black and white in i I technicians and 34 had no black distinguished Public Service
:,::) America actually increases professionals. Miami Times Editor GarthC. Housing-John D. Johnson Membership Committee tau
,;,1" Presentation of the award Reeves has been elected Housing Specialist for the H. Wyche EOPI Director of
will be made December 11 president of the United Black Economic Opportunity Pro- Public Affairs will serve asinformationOtticerforthe

at Princeton University by the Federation South Dade gram, Inc. Education-Dr. Edwin -
For me, the most challenging A m e r i c a n Whig Cllosophic community leader Odell Johns S. Shirley, M.D. Employ- UBF.

i thing in skiing is meeting Society, the oldest College 4 f the South Dade Citizens ment and Job TrainingJamesR. A three-man committee of
political and debating societyin League is the newlY elected Jackson EOPI Director of Federation board membershas
f tough top the world.Previous winnersof vice president of the f i v e Manpower programs. Police been selected by Reevesto
{ speed and beating them." this distinguished award In- member Board of Directors. Community Relations-Mrs. study and report upon recommendations -

clude1AdlaiStevensonfAssociate Georgia Jones Are Coordinator of the Greater
Reeves who has served as for the Model Cities Miami Urban Coalition. The
i eAt the end of the run there's Justice John Har- chairman of the UBFBoard Pro-
lan, Norman Thomas and Allen gram. Coalition responded last weekto
I one gin I enjoy. Gordon's Dulles. since the August Civil disorder 18 of the proposals and

London Dry. It's always in the Liberty City area Crime and Juvenile Delin- grievances that the UBF reported -

}, In a letter to Mr. Wilkins, was chosen unanimously in a quency-Rev.Theodore Gibson in November. William
' crisp Dry A jump, recent Board of Directors pastor, Christ Episcopal Director ,
Robert L. Hernandlz, presi- Wynn, Jr., Agency '.
I I ahead of any .t.. dent of the society, said, "we* meetings. Church. Economic Develop- Operations of the United Fund

gin I ever tried." feel you will be a proud addi- Also elected were: Mrs. ment-Oscar Weaver, local will Join Talmadge Fair and
tion." Jackie Robinson, a secretary grace Health Dr. John Paul Wyche on the study com-
for the Urban League's Operation O. Brown, vice president of miltee.
Equality program and Dr. the Greater Miami Urban A massive membershipdrive

'; Edwin Shirley a local pbysi- Coalition. Welfare Mrs, will be started within
I can. Mrs. Robinson will become Elizabeth Curtis of the Wel- the next 30 days, as well as a

? secretary while Dr. fare Mothers. Proposals-Tal- i program which would guarantee -
r I S h I r leywillserveastreasurer madge Fair, Executive Direc- maximum participation by
$ Al'P1
,: of the group. tor, Greater Miami Urban all black citizens of Dade

f l': (NttHA1RUSt: I Reeves named the task force League. County

chairman who will coordinate The Miami Times 'editor
N .B.I'. the UBF's 'efforts to improve also name Mrs. Ruth Polite CHRISTMAS
KertSamples. ; I FESTIVAL ,
International Certified thep IghtofMIami'sblack and Rev. Thedford Johnson as
wmn.r Ski Instructor of Gold end Medelawerdt f AS.tSA l community they are: co-chairman for the UBA AT DIXIE PARK
for iltlom end .
down hill recee Semple' LIBRARY
hsstsughfskiing*t Hunter r e
Mountain,New York end I
Sewle. France ,
;R.'L't. The Dixie Park Branch of
1 I '0& YQuaMQR ,HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN the Miami Public Library will
I INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU celebrate the holidays with a

cember 15 at 4 for the

1,gi, :IA'III, HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE Carol family.singing and story

LAST EXPENSES? telling will be features of the
i orily ''nu.'ihcotid. to help If"t,1
Festival. Films also will be
"- "onr.growthOf'ld yve' yoof "
+ ', r pi.ttf 1,4ndr\Jff.; ,itch.l' .I Join U.N.C.A. shown. They are: "The Night
',(',-.) und fol'! : 'hqir ..kf", Before Christmas" a
ORDON'SA a' yuurfr:, .'H .'t.,. ,outy: StC\lol'\ dramatization of the poem by
A ')' .u, ,tvr, Universal Christian SocietyAND Clement C. Moore.
Ibid, (**. : .. s. p'p:1:I y 0- "The Littlest Angel" a
,i > .SO' ; : .V .
: REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST Christmas fantasybased on

p DoNDRr GIN Tifortg'lo'Add: MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID. the book by Charles Tazewell,

CALL NOW. telling of a lonely little angel
: . and his humble gift tothe
.T E'Mpt 'S
London,Engltnd m 1769Hltht .
Cordon$Cm Crttltd in Ii! 691-7669
Christ Child.Everyone .
biggest seder rn Cngland Amtnc fd tht world
riotvci Of 1.1 A.iw."tuwu v\Mi oisrnuo fUOM WAI*.M MOW eooo s our DIN co no..UWM,N i 'ij.f.J? is' invited.

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 13, 1968
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Miami Times Society Editor \. f.J 1i

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy(Bunch) Brown who $ a
celebrated their 38th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday, December a!

7. ;
A service of Thanksgiving in recognition of the Reverend Miami i4P

Theodore R. Gibson, Honorary Canon of the Cathedral Church CAUNOW6851564- .f
of St. Luke is scheduled for Sunday, Decembe 15, at 5 p.m. .J.y f, ,
-Christ Church, 3481 NW Hibiscus Street. A 't ,' ;a
r swf "'" ..... 4 ,
6 y
ei t
Stanley Z. Newbold and George Boles of Detroit were vaca- Broward: j ,\{
tioning in Miami. The pair will Jet to Nassau on Sunday for a 532-4445 .. .j.-'"" :;
vacation with a foreign flavor. ..- <:"., :;;. -- I.
Brownsville Junior High School's Guidance Department tli> RAND NEW :i

presented its Annual Career Day Conference onTuesdaYDecember ;' < 1CCEPTID TRADES S 0 ,=> 196B
10.Friends i. ..I'\
"" ,
of Loraine Miller are happy to know that she is recuperating ",. o <30RTABLS
at home after a four-week stay in Mercy Hospital. pdo
Among those attending the funeral of the late Alfred Strachanwere .. 1A4 O
Henry and Harold Strachan, brothers; Thomas Poitier, O \\ ,,
New York City; James Rolle, Middletown, Conn.; Whitmore \-t \ \-( : ;J
C\ \\ \ ,,< \\" \:
Armbrister and son, Andrew Herbert, Freddie, Gloria and :J\ .. \ \ c.;
Sarah Russell and Arlene Smith of Nassau. ABC CENTER12910'N.W.
} Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Wilhelmtna) Sands Jetted to Wash- ; 7 AVE.

ington, D. C. to attend the marriage of their son, Robert Earlto rIM
Norma Elaine Peyton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ,; *
Joseph Peyton at Calvary Episcopal Church, November 30. <'f' 1
Naomi T rot t man and granddaughter, Collette Alexander r
Mrs. Viola Hill, associate W.L. Williams. Mr.E.J. Reynolds -
spent the Thanksgiving weekend in Washington. C. While in
trustee of Bethune-Cookman Mrs. E. M. Reynolds,
DeCee they attended the Sands-Peyton Nuptials.
T.E. Pinkney Mr.EddieL.
College was presented a Mr. S. ,
Happy are the proud parents Mr.and Mrs.Bobby (Katherine)
plaque for dlstlngushedser- Vereen, Mr. Ralph ,
Anderson of LarMarc Glenrich Anderson,who was born at Mt.
vice to education. Plaqueswere Morris J. Toppe, Reverend
Sinai Hospital on October 21st. Baby Anderson received his .
also presented to Dr.C. Rogers p. Fair, Miss Cornelia
name very unusual from his father's friends Larry Little,
B. Nelson Daniels, Attorney Grady and Mr. Arnett Osgood.
Marcus Smith, Glen' and Richard Gadsen. Mother Kathy is a
secretary at National Industrial Bank of Miami.
Here from St. Petersburg to visit her daughter and her BIRTHDAY THANKS
family(Berthenia and Dr.Melton White and sons)is Mrs. AliceD. Master Claybourn Brooks, secret and preparing the
Stephens. fourth grader of Dunbar Elem. delicious food for the feast.
THEY WILL BECOME MRS; school, expressed get-well Mrs. Brooks who was
Jan Errol'will wed Mr. Otis Brinson, Jr.on Saturday, Dec. wishes to his mother, Mrs. shaken and touched by son's
14 at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. The bride-to-be is the Eleanor Brooks, 1825 NW 5th love and thoughtfulness expressed -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Thomas. Avenue, last Monday in the thanks as tears of
\ Harriet Elizabeth Rolle will become Mrs. Charles W. form of a sur p r Is e dinner. gratitude flowed.
Thomas on Saturday, December 21,at Temple Baptist Church. Aunt Irene Dukes along with Each of the twelve guests
Invitations are in the mail for the December 29th wedding Uncle Dukes gave fullest co- wished for her continued im-
r of Karen Wanda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris R. Anderson operation by keeping the provement and good health.

Sr. to Mr. Roy Bentley, Jr. in St. Peter's Cathedral.On -UL ) vi/-
the sick lists: Rhona Higgs at Parkway General; Alean
Newbold recuperating at home after a stay in Jackson; Ver- Jackson (Allapattah Jr. High), Robert Maycock(A. L. Lewis). j :' 2wW'
nald Pratt at home; Yvonne Campbell at home after leg sur- Lew Tasse, director ofCommunlty Schools for Dade County,
gery. received a plaque for his untiring work as vice-president of
Persons from the Bahamas attending the funeral of the late the National organization. He will serve as president for 1969 /
John Merely, Sr. were' trs. Eva Dames, Mrs. Virginia Stur- 70 and the convention will be held in Detroit, Michigan. '
l- rup, Frank Morley, Chris Cooper, Mrs. Maude Evans, Mrs. Dr. James A. Johnson was in town last week for the American -
Y Norma Adderly, Mrs. Jennie Mackey,Kenny Mackey, Mrs.Ivy Medical Association Clinical meeting which was held at
!r Wllchcombe, Lilla Mae Wllchcomb, Arthur Davis, Mrs.Annie Miami Beach Convention Hall. Dr. Johnson, who is presently
Turnquest, Mrs. Evie Simmons, Lucas Turnquest, Mrs.Cora chief of Medical Services and Dermatology at the USAF Hos-
Gibson and Emmaline Kelly. pital MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa,delivered a paper entitled y xk J
: Parkway General Hospital needs volunteers]So does Chris- "Complications of Bacterial Skin Infections" as a partof J
t tian Hospital. the symposium on Dermatology Tuesday afternoon. Much
Hanson Wallace of Opa-locka is still telling his wife, Gladys of the material presented was obtained during a recent research
what a great party (surprise birthday) she staged for him. project which he completed at the University of Miami A'id1STYLED
Metro Commissioner Earl Carroll will be accepted as an School of Medicine. The study concerned skin infections in
exhorter-a first step toward becoming a full fledged minister school children in Miami.In .
.1 Sunday at the annual Southeast Florida Conference of the Afri- August, Dr. Johnson attained the rank of Lieutenant Col.
can Methodist Episcopal Church.Dr. in the Medical Corps of the Air Force. He will be attending a
John A. Middleton, president of Morris Brown College meeting of the American Academy ofDematology In Chicago, _
:. of Atlanta, spoke at a luncheon in behalf of the United Negro Illinois immediately following the AMA Convention.
; College Fund Tuesday at the Algiers Hotel. Audrey Washington Johnson flew In from Tampa Monday
What's more delightful than a small group of congenial peo- evening to be with her husband Dr. James A. Johnson as he
ple for a pre-Christmas party? That's what the adult membersof presented a paper at the AMA Clinical Convention in Miami
Ixora Girl Scout Neighborhood had at Primary "C" Mon- Beach. Audrey, a Research Medical Technologist, was re- BY
day. Included was a Baby Shower for Mrs. Lawrence (Laura) search assistant during his recent research fellowship at the
Bethel. University of Miami School of Medicine. __
John Harris of New York is vacationing in Miami. He is' Shades of ___
houseguestlng with Marie White at her 68th Street home. ___
Barbarella..anoutofthis _
Among' the holidays at this time of the year is the Jewish Ii, I11Mel. _
celebration of Hanukkah (Dec. 16-23). Because Hanukkah Is world

generally celebrated' In December, it is sometimes referredto put-on, a genuine
as the Jewish Christmas. As at Christmas,gifts are ex- 1
changed, candles are lit and it is a time of rejoicing. However, .Ilu Nell{ AAAAAb tam space creature charmer
even though there are similarities in customs celebrated at EIE designed for all you

Hanukkah and Christmas, their origins and meanings are en- moon maids planning to
tirely different and Hanukkah predates Christmas.
Hanukkah is an eight-day festival commemorating the mili- spend the holidays in orbit.

tary and spiritual victory of Judas Maccabaesusandhis army SIZs1to14 Heavenly white sizes 6, up. $55.
over the King afSyriawbGattemptedtacrush the Jewish faithin
All the latest
one God. 'Hanukkah i, derived from the Hebrewword mean-
ing dedication, is also called the "Feast of Dedication" and "THE LAST WORD IN Pants and Dresses
"The Festival of Lights." fASHION AND Ftr''WIGS i Let us'Gift Wrap it for YouLory's
The Hanukkah festival.'not only commemorates a victory but
PHONE 3794831M Fashions Mean Excitemen
it is a celebration of the obtainng of religious freedom.
To all our Jewish friends-Happy Hanukkah!

It's tax deductable. OPEN MON & m, Tit 9
them And ye would Luke that should do to you, do ye also to 12 NOON TIL 5

Mrs. Ruth N. Polite will be the speaker at the annual Vesper -
service of the Eta Phi Beta Sorority at the Church of The ( FALLS OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9
Open Door at 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 15.
Congratulations to Larry E. Souter, senior at Miami Edison 100
who has been named a semi-finalist in the National Merit
Award Scholarship. Larry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Reg. 95

(Evelyn) Souter. 79.95 Qa t.E 16 A
The National Community School Education Association held WI 'S LOa
its third National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, Dec. 57. t
Representing Dade County were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daniels
(Booker T. Washington), Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Clark(Pri- Phone: 866-7379 LORY'S FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!
mary School "C"), Eddie Pearson(Ada Merritt), James?al- 1112 NW 1TH AVENUE (EDISON CEIiTEftfQo
son (Brownsville), Walter Frison (Moton Elem.), Lucious

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 13, 1968 9

BTW HighGraduate I.J.
Jf I
KilledIn J

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Private First Class
f Johathan Brown, 19, of 1891
1 N.W. 86th Ter.,has been killed
\ 4 in action in Vietnam.
::1' BYSTANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING Pfc. Brown, a 1967 gradu- 1'd xl i

'r4:1' I LINE-0-TYPE ate High of School Booker, died T.from Washington wounds !! P k' '9m.

Monday, after his unit engagedin
THE LITTLE RED BOOK:The Jolliette civic and social club
a fire fight. He had been in
r ta lemme org) throws its Pre-Christmas
Vietnam since September with
,a bash on Friday, December 13 in BayfrontPark's _
the First Battalion, 11th Infantry
c huge audit. ?It'llbe their 20th anniversary Af' _
Fifth Division. He was
1 dance that ask a paltry two-dollar _
drafted last
admission tab . .Seeklng"after-flvecock- January.
He Is survived by his father,
tail dresses and dark suits' as suggestive
Ulysesse Brown his mother
attire, the "Jollys" intend assuring all ; ,
Mrs. Mamie Brown; a sister
guests a comfortable as well as entertaining
) evening .1 think their "No Food, Please' Sylvia Ulysesse; Davis.and a brother, ,. .

reminder is rather cute ?But just in case _____m_...__________m___m__ _
you don't get the message or don't savvy de The Southern Bell Telephone Company float in the New Year's Orange
English, I'd advise you to leave your bottles at home . This SUPPORTYOUR
Bowl parade will take on a little color this year with the presence of pretty
Jolliette "Jubilee has all the earmarks: of being one of the
season's finest. Becky Ingram. Becky, a St. Petersburg import, won the right in a company

beauty contest for the honor of riding the colorful float. She is a business

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Most-talked-about and apparently YMCA representative in the Little River office.
most-loved Saint Agnes Episcopal member to be burled from

the Big Cathedral(excluding Archdeacon John E.Culmer)since tetat_ tsmtarot__ lati smt&x__x tLmt_Knc (x jmMrx cjm rtA r__ ar7Rnr ll tbmt&: t.._ 1IIri
the demise of Elliott J. Pieze 6 years ago, appears to be the
i late Alfred Strachan,whose funeral services were held Decem- WANT
ber 7. Not known to many Is the fact'that the deceased had beena "THANKS"To

member of St.Agnes for.49 years and a Lay Reader for manyof
these years -- a chore that sent him to St. Andres In Holly-
wood; St Christopher In LauderdalejSt; Ann's In Hallandale For Their
Transfiguration in Opa-locka. He was a Vestryman for 12
years and Junior Warden for 4 years.He was appointed a cap-
tain in a corps of men that raised funds for the High Altar and : ;: Patronage During The Year?
the Molar '"W
Pipe Organ -- both being Installed In 1930. :
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SALT WATER TAFFY:Two press-box old-timers who never <:::: :;:;; /
fail to fill the Orange Blossom Classic assignment are former Il/i l> .
Clark University fleet-footed Back Ric Roberts of the Pittsburgh .: 4eTyffihIfls f
Courier,who pushes a statistical pen for the sports / .S ::
room, and Marion Jackson of the Atlanta Dally World. It wasa The surest "\, .. : }

pleasure to see these two sports authorities once again, and .
I was once more reminded of the gridiron exploits of Ric while
a halfback on the team "of a thousand backs" and the "Black and most :
Battalion of Death"when I hosted Clark U as a Golden Tiger at '7 ., {
Tuskegee Institute. Ric held company with teammates Nat

'. Trammell, "Snakie Beck, "Squat" Johnson and Cornelius, economical way is a
.1 among other greats. And although the powerful Clark Panthers

.: lost the game 20-6, it was one heluva battle. '
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eb THE WEEK'S WASH: The Art Johnson-Hyacinth Burnside Holiday Greetingin :'
ri '" ''O'Rourke romance has finally budded Thanksgiving mer- ',1 041!

!:\- ger. The Chief and his lovely squaw,we hear, have migrated 91' .\' ". k
t.: from their temporary Opa-locka tepee to their new Liberty the : :
: City wigwam . If an investigation was thrust into the FAMU pv
Orange Blossom Classic squad it might find that the Gaither-
;. men had party-ed so big at one of Miami's plush downtown hotels Big Christmas Edition :
(prior to game time) that those "in the know" attributed 1988
j the Big Game loss to their pe-game antics.
Best wishes for the
Holidays to all of our
! STUFF AND SUCH: Rose Anderson is City Miami's first
, and lone Negro police matron to date.Started g Q patrons.
at City jail; now working the 3 to 11 shift
. Milton Walker to North Miami General
hose ? ? ? Roy "Pa Jenkins "throwing" a "tiI\ to be published

Christmas Party on NW 10th Street (bet 1st; This size $10.00
& 2nd Aves) for his many cronies Santa's S S
Day . Veteran taxi driver "Diamond $, FRIDAY DEC. 20 :
Tooth" Joe Davis died broke. Body at House ,, '. : ,

of Albert. ..RememberDavldPanamaKfd)|'" <\\', : ." ". ,
Price? He foughtas headliner for Charley; ,. '"I ,
Istfinra: _and... Duke Slater! _In th._v.v..V".1nnallN11n'lll' ..
retired at 1888 NW 56th Street and looking great. WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HOLIDAY -

SCRATCH MY BACK: Soul singer Aretha Franklin broke
her leg . Flue Neely Lovitt lost his granddad Griffith Lovett, MIT' YOUR OWN OR WE WILL BE GLAD TO sOur

who passed last Tuesday in Waynesboro,Georgia at 112 yearsof SELECT AN APPROPRIATE ONE FOR YOUR
age . Veteran black-face comedian Willie (Preacher)
Evans of the old minstrel under-tent era will be 77 January 3. BUSINESS. IF YOU CARE TO SEE OUR CATA-

Evans' antics and monolouges followed Dave (Skeeter) Young LOG PLEASE CALL US.
; tho' both were under-tent stage favorites of their day. Both
funnymen were featured during the days of Silas Green, Rabbit
. .
' Foot, Florida Blossom.and Great American Shows gas-light

\i SWEETS' TREATS: I still believe It was Senator Everett ,. LARGER SIZES RUN:
k Dirkson's Republican convention speech that won for Nixon. It I :
. was a masterful piece of oratory.A real tear-jerker. . Lionel
Hampton again giving musical Instruments to Harlem young- 1/4 Page $50.00
sters for Christmas . The Charles Kelly's lovely daughter
E I' Patricia Maria has decided to become the bride of Stanley I 1/2 Page $95.00
1 Ward Mayo on Saturday, Dec.28 inaSt Agnes Church weddingat
4 o'clock. The Henry McKinney's home at 1965 NW 56th St Full Page $190.00
was chosen for the Reception bash to follow immediately after

. the ceremony. The entire proceedings should turn out to be a I ,

f t honey..'

association has been
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Poinsettia Park elementary PE _L
Instructor Sam Johnson sporting a '67 Caddy.. Rose Brad- pleasant
during the
For Further Information Call
: Shaw's natal holiday came Dec. 4, but her hubby Willie Sur- past year-
; prise Birthday Party-ed her In their Carol City tepee last
4 Saturday (Dec. 7). The Bradshaw's daughter Melanie's birth- 1J a You.
date will arrive Sunday (Dec. 15)) . The',Paul Lapierre 1969
\<. School of Musical Arts holds its 1968 Fall Concert in the Gig
Room oftheFontainbleauHotelDec.l5at2:00.. It'llbe a semiformal This size $24.00
[691-0421 6530 NW 15 AVE.
classic . That's It brother, from your one-man-
".' newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racketbut
".' who Is allways giving some poor sucker a break TMaarnrMrnTO agqaffW au. MM M_iiut_:_JMamMMMnKauMU
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10' T I '.tII11'tMES" Ff1 cv! D 2e4'1t',19 8T

JOIN THE theMUSICANA INCROWDat I Natural Look Wias Are "In'Fashion '" I

long comb. He also recommends hair, the gentlest of Clairol
a slight deepening of the Shampoos, the Blue Shampoo,
hair color every four weeks will offer a most effective
(The Players Choice) r with a hair color bath. lather that washes out easily.
Specializing in Imported and domestic wines. One of the great advantagesof Combing tangles'out after a
Free hors d'oeuvres from 6 to 9 jrIg .. w this hairstyle is that'hair shampoo is a snap after a few
can be shampooed frequentlywith squirts of Hair So New,spray-
500 NW 54th St. _ tiR no thought to straightening on creame rinse.' There Is no
r or special settings, according straightening or extensive
to Cindy Washington, setting necessary.To controla
a fashionable and active curl to make 'it shadow the
,? career girl, who is a secre- cheekline, a generous squirtof
tary in the Public Relation's the creme rinse will pro
NOW SHOWIN G r s Department of Clairol.In vide the restraint when wound
It Summer she goes swim- upon a roller and let dry in
ming without a bath Ing cap, place.
t .1 rinses her hair out, combs it Miss Washington finds her
TRIPLE HORROR SHOW a into place with a light sprayingof new hair fashion suitable for
Hair So New and it's ready. all occasions and to wear with
s fro. .. For those who have found all types of clothes.She says,
.l MOR.EHOCltIN4 / q I' r their hair a little out of con- "I like the look. .it's really
__ w dition or those who color their a part of my personality.

M TWAN eVER t (MMPWM___ ________iIIIIill'IIfrJlt n_ ___ ____



I ., L 1 is rvj not connected with any other studio

and is still operating at:

ti cA .t 1186 NW 38th STREET

magazines report
that many chic Black women
are adopting the "natural
TAKE look" in hair fashions. There
are even "natural-look" wigs
available. It's a great boon if
OUR NERVES 1T? you have a busy schedule according -
to The Clairol Insti-

1N BLOOD COLOR tute.Care
is at the minimum.
That should not be misinter-
preted as a "wild and wooly"
look. "Hair still has to be cut 6000 NW lib foe.Friday .
t i I'' I I'' and shaped to the most flat-
tering silhouette to frame your
features and your total form," -
says Walter Fontaine of Coif ,
Camp, New York City. -- Saturday '
1 D o Itc The frequency of the haircut \{ !' .i.... . < ; ; 'i} R"!
L :
how f'i- '-'tE. D OO O'Y' R'-ll .... ., .., L'MD'iitO J
c depends upon quickly your :! W1 ..... . ..! :t " ' ...... _.. __
hair grows. On the average,
after the Initial cut, a trim
1 a should be done about every five
to six weeks,if you want to look S'IlAN4r i'
well groomed at all times.
Drenched in CRIMSON COLOR Mr. Fontaine uses a combina-
tion of techniques with scissors S/

clippers and a special . 4,


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THe'MIAMI TIMES; Friday- December 13, 1968 11 '

High School Band Marching .

Round About :'" "' ; \: Black Educators Go ]

': I ; Festival
; SaturdayThe
Talk '>'t'<. Where The Action Is "

,. :. Florida Bandmasters are required to enter the J
.. BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL -r,' Association District 10 An- marching phase, Junior high
J. nual Festival will be held at bands are not required to enter Why should any black man As president of the Catholic

TALK OF THE TOWN. . Diana Ross and the Supremes Miami Dade Junior College the marching ability accept a position of leadership institution, the young educators
great performance on their own first TV special Monday. The Stadium on Saturday Decem- The Bands are Judged on inspection in our universities at a time p 0 k e of the wants of black
fabulous "Temptations" with golden tunes such as "I Wish It ber 14th Beginning at 7:00 Marching Ability, when chaos on campus is becoming students and educators. "We
Would Rain" and "Cloud Nine" was a great feature which playing ability and style ,> of a national pattern? want to be part of what universities -'

matched the Sup rem e s, "Love Child" and "In And Out Of P.m.High School bands participating show. At the conclusion of the do, and we want to determine -,
Love." . .NYC ..The dinner setting, given by George Wil- are: competition bands will be Dr. Andrew Billingsley, how they do it." He
kerson awarded ratings of Superior Norman c': Francis and Dr. expressed the belief that the,
Sunday, Dec. 1. at his NY-EdgecombeAve.apartment, ,
Marathon, Key West, Miami Excellent Good Samuel D. Proctor three promInent majority J of university stu-
following the St. John's Baptist Church(which he is a member) or Average.
"Annual Men's Day service." When Marvin Weeks'four touch- Killian, South Dade, Miami blacki educators who dents are not bent on wreck-
down passes led Alcorn A & M University (Miss.) to a 36-9 Beach. Miami. Coral Park, ALL BLACK CAST IN have accepted leadershiproles ing or run I n g universities.
Miami Edison, Miami in university systems "They want more than an ac-i
victory over Florida A&M !in the Orange Blossom Classic Sat-
Norland Miami Northwestern "A THOUSAND CLOWNS"Ruth traditionally dominated by
ademlc approach education.
urday night gone, it seemed as Alcorn was teaching Florida
A&M a lesson of the art, which even Horace Levett couldn't Miami Senior, North Foreman announces, whites answer this question They want a human approacha \
prevent. . Answering the question!III! 1 Sidney A. Well (Opa- Miami and Southwest. Admis- opening Jan. 16, 1969HerbGardiner's quite simply they want to commitment to people." ;
sion is 50$ per person. be where the action is/ This sense of commitments}
locka) died some months ago in North Dade hospital at the age "A Thousand
of 76. He resided with his son Arnold,his daughter, Mrs. Elsie Each year, Junior High Clowns" with an all Negro to recent interviews the is well understood by Dr.Sam;]
Kaufman, lives in Emerson, New Jersey.(five grandchildren). schools and senior high school cast, starring 14 year old three men expressed their Proctor, Dean of Special Projects -;
bands enter the Annual Fla. Angelo Rutherford, currently anxiety and their feelings of forTheU nl ver sltyo/
- Bandmasters Association appearing as a regular on the individual responsibility for Wisconsin. The National Ur-t
Contest. The contest consistsof "Gentle Ben" series. seeking reform from 'within', tan League Board member. a
two phases: Marching and The Children's Theatre to make the American univer- former anti-poverty and peace
e Concert. The Concert phase Repetory Company presents sity structure become relevant Corps executive, and author of
t will be held March 7th and 8th "The Holiday Kids" a lively to the needs of black "The Young" Negro America,
at Miami Palmetto Sr. High musical comedy, Saturdays at people. 1960-1980. isdirectlyresponsible -
for instituting a
School. 2 p.m., and daily during
To be eligible for the con- Christmas holidays. Call 891- In the words Andrew statewide program of educa
cert phase of contest, bands 1832 for further information. Billingsley. a former Urban tional aid to the disadvantaged:
League fellow, who, is the Proctor, wno is also a past
new Assistant Chancellor of president of two predominantly .

Cival Liberties Bill Of Academic Affairs at the Uni- Negro institutions, is
4 ] R Rights versity of California's Berk- now committing himself to expanding .

IY ely campus: "Education is the educational programsfor
Day Banquet Dec. 14The key to economic and political "needy whites and blacks.'*
X 4 power for the black man."The The'educators stressed(

Greater Miami chapterof TV interviewer, and Miami author of the book "B 1 a c k black people today know that
the American Civil Liber- Herald columnist. Speakerswill Families in White America." they must be a part of

ties union will hold its final be Rev. Theodore Gibson; (Prentice-Hall), brought this American system if they are to
fund-raising event of 1968 on Christ Episcopal Church; point home when he added: lead meantnglu111ves. '

n Satuday, Dec. 14,when the 13th Mrs. Athalle Range, Miami "The overriding problem for The attitude of these three
Annual Bill of Rights Day Ban- City Commissioner; Harold black people today is to develop men was best summarized b|
THE LUCK OF ARETHA FRANKLIN-GOOD AND BAD . quet, installation of officers Greene, Dade County Com- their own sense of President Francis,"Ibelleve,,
Aretha is by far the number-one female recording singing star and board for 1969 term and missioner; Willie Sims,Youth 'people hood.' Clearly, one of "he said" Black youngsters;
in the world, with more gold records than any other female presentation of the Stanley leader, Liberty City and Ted the best avenues to achieving today must be allowed a greater -
singer. But like all the great stars,Aretha seems to be trouble Mllledge award will be held at Nichols, Administrative this goal is through educa- role in the university struc-
bound. It was last year when she fell on the stage and broke a the Dupont Plaza Hotel.A Assistant to Miami City Manager tion." ture.They must prepare themselves -*
leg, a few weeks later the news(mostly rumors) spread around panel discussion on "MI- for competition in aa
that she was on the bottle(alcoholic kick)and that she was having ami This reaction was echoed by open society--a society where
you haven't done a thing Dutch treat cocktails will be
fights with her husband, Teddy White. Recently Aretha since the riot!" will be moder- at 7 p.m. with dinner at 8 p.m. Norman C. Francis The past they can get 'their' part of the'
.broke the other leg in a swlmmlng-boating accident in Hawaii. ated president of the New Orleans action."
by Larry King, radio andAllWhite contributions $12.50 per per- ____
Separated from her husband, now last week Miss Franklin was son. Urban Lea g u e, left a law
I arraigned in a traffic court (Detroit) and charged with reckless practice to devote his time to '
{ driving, "being high; (with liquor)while driving her 1969 AUDITIONS SUNDAYFOR December Please ,mail 9 Phone reservations 3732052.To by. meeting the challenge of cur- SUPPORT
Eldorado caddy and dr1iingwIth expired driver's license. rent education. Today, YOUR
After talking with Miss Franklin during her Randall Island Jazz : American Civil Liberties Francis is the first Negroandthe

Concert, I can understand her being self-conscious.Being very THOUSAND CLOWNS"The Union, Room 503 Olympia first layman to head Xavier YMCA f
religious and fighting to stay on top ina popular world is like Building, Miami, Fla. 33131. University of Louisiana.
an "Impossible Dream."
characters who will be
OUR GIRL OF THE WEEK-MARLENE BOWLES . Mar- auditioned for all Negro castof Seagv..m'.Crown Royal-The legendary Canadian In the purple tack.
lene, 16-year-old teen beauty of Brownsville,an eleventh grade "A Thousand Clowns"to be Blended Canadian Whitlcy.80 Proof.Seagram-Distillers Company, New York, N.Y.It's .y
student at Miami Jackson High, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
presented at North Miami
Henry Bowles of 47th Street. Her ambition: to be an executive
Playhouse Jan. 16 are:
secretary. She can sing,rock and roll music.Favorite singers
Nick Burns 10 to 12 year
males-The Temptations. Song, "Once In My Life." FemalesThe old precocious boy.
Supremes. (Diana Ross) songs "Love Child," "Reflec Murray Burns young
tion" and "I Hear A Symphony" Boyfriend? No? '
un le. Nonconformist type,
ROUND ABOUT TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. . with a lot of pizzazz. Not a
Edythe Oliver (former Miami dance teacher) 1883 ProspectAve. hippy

., Bronx at NY Port Authority bus terminal, returning Albert Amundson staid
from Phlla., Sunday morning. Edythe is the wife of Clarence humorless, welfare worker.
"Pop" Foster, and good friend of Ethel Grice and Emily Sandra Martin young attractive -
Thompson. (Both retired school-teachers) closely related to 25 to 30 year old,wel-
Sonny Gale . Marvin Edwards (former Miamian) 221 West fare worker. hit
115th St., NY #5, (and his wife Ethel) send regards to Lillle Arnold Burns staid sub- : f
Mae Bethum 1101 NW 47th St., Miami. . It's Johnnie Tay- stantial businessman> type, 40
lor's "Who's Making Love" dedicated to Alma "Bunny" to 50 year old. $?ii
Howell and Richard Smith. (Brookline! Mass.)... Chuck Hall, Leo Herman off beat co-
Mayor of Metro-Dade County, man of the people,with the peo- median type.Auditions ---l- _
ple and for the people. "We salute you." . Our great lady, will beheld Sun, 7
Mrs. Genesta McPhee Sweeting, EOPI-public affairs officer day afternoon, December 15,. +f;
and reporter. She is a dedicated community leader, social North Miami Playhouse, at 2 sri ,; ti gT''uy'
worker, and a credit to the people . This is Jimmy (Scoop) p.m. Talent should call 751-
Bethel saying. "time and tide" wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK. 1838 to confirm appointment. _
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Of, Murder ,.- a s s, f a s

BROOKSVILLE. A 10- ask for a ruling of a mistrial. have mercy. But Judge Smith- -- .z- 4 rh
man, two-woman Jury found The all-white jury delib- said the Jury had taken that decision :I $ \ : '<
Marie Dean Arrington guilty of erated two hours and 45 from him by its verdict.
first degree murder Friday minutes before making its de- Mrs. Ritter was abducted __
afternoon and did not recommend cision. from the office of public defen- "
mercy. Miss Arrington showed no der Robert Pierce where she
The failure to recommend Defense Attorney Edward worked shortly before noon EH

mercy made mandatory the Kirkland filed notice he will April 22. She was seen leaving :
death sentence for the Lees- ask for a ruling of a mistrial. with a Negro woman.
burg Negro, accused of the The all-white jury deliberated Her body was found several '. r;)
April 22 abduction and murderof two hours and 45 days later near Cassia in Lake the nicest
Leesburg legal secretaryMrs. minutes before making its de- County and her car was found complimentyou ,
Vivian June Ritter. cision. several miles away could '
Circuit Court Judge D. R.. Miss Arrington showed. no The state contended duringthe give. ,:
Smith sentenced Mrs.Arring- emotion when the verdict and trial that Mrs. Ritter had "

ton to die in the state's electric sentence were announced. been shot to death in an orange .
chair. When asked by the Judge if grove near Clermont,some 20 '
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Defense Attorney Edward she had anything to say before miles from where her body Seagram's Crown Royal. The l legendary Canadian. : 'J:

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The mighty Generals won the Greater Miami Athletic Con-
Getting Dope Is No HangupA K 9r ference playoff against Miami Killian last week.Several of our
better players were injured but, the Generals still came pushing .
YOUTH EDITORIALFor through with a final score of 20-9. We're No. 1 and our
those kids who go for the wayout type of life, sniffing coaching staff Is tool!
glue, smoking pot, etc. there's really nothing to stop them
from indulging in it to the fullest extent.Forget that line about Jackson won the first basketball game they played last week
having to know the"right kids" for the connections to get your against Miami Springs by 10 points and final score of 67-57.
I Having to play two more games this week,Coach Willard Toli-
kicks, because today just about every kid is the right kid.
ver has been working the team several weeks striving for an
Marijuana is an everyday thing on my high school campusand
talking to friends who attend other schools, they too experience undefeated season.
the sweet smell. It's also something one looks for-
Senior Mixed Chorus will
present a concert Thursday December .
ward to when attending parties.Surprisingly enough it's usually ,
12 in the school auditorium.The concert will be basedon
there and in large quantities.If _
Christmas with
spirit participants: Boys Chorus, Girls
one decided he wanted to smoke pot, he would probably Chorus, Ensemble, and Senior Mixed. Tickets are $100 for
experience very little difficulty coming by it. Sure it costs ( It. adults and 50$ for students.
money, but today everyone has a hustle. What mean is teen- I
and t'- Modern Dancers at Jackson went to the Marco Polo Hotelto
have gets
agers Jobs, jobs get you money money you
is as simple as that. What parent can account for all of the perform. Among them were Linda Squire, Lizzette Johnson'
money a child spends in a week's time? Kathleen Days, Margaret Elliot and several others.

All children don't work, but among those who do you will Jacksons band participated In the Classic Parade last Saturday

find some making more money than others. Money means a lot Sod Sato tie Meek and gathered a vast number of fans behind them as they
in narrowing down the problem to its' root and finding out 01 did their famous Cyclop Dance steps for spectators.In return,
where it is most widely spread. For instance at school more Carol Lee is the daughter of Mr.& Mrs. Corrie Lee the band members received free tickets to the game that nightto
white kids smoke pot than black. You will find this true as a of 1291 NW 53rd Street. Carol Is a student at Miami see the famous FAMU Rattlers marching band perform.
whole. Due to the money gap, the white teenager would most Northwestern Senior High School, where she is a Alcorns band performed almost as well Including their male
likely find it easier to purchase; and because be is a teenagerhe member of the Modern Dance, Girl Advisors and The baton twirler as well as their football team. cyclop dance
would more than likely remain with the first and seeminglyeasy Future Nurses. Her hobbies are sewing, cooking,
stages of narcotics, namely marijuana. It's no secret dancing and partying. She wants to become a Medical Larry Allen, a senior at Miami Jackson was selected as
that the dope problem is larger at Miami Beach and Miami Secretary and she plans to attend Parker Junior college Teen of the Week in last week's Miami Herald. Larry is cap
Springs High than Miami Jackson and Northwestern.In in Philadelphia. House of Photography Photo tain of the football team and also made the All-City team this
oi r year. As homecoming king, Larry Is really a fine example of
crime, children are a closely cropped bunch. One gang --: a spirited and most outstanding student.
usually knows what the other gang is doing.Here we have that
same old competitive spirit. In the same instance pot users

get know it.when its available, whoi to contact and where they may .I Supremes and Temptations- TV Show Was Wild I

You tell me, did they or did tions and the Supremes on said that
A great many teenagers have what they consider a very gooo. Ross singing was There is no word to describethe
excuse for "getting high" as often as they like. Why not? They I t hey: not take care business? their hour long special last their business and tonight they segment in the show when
enjoy it and somewhere down the line it's been said that reefers :]Cm speaking of the Tempta- Monday night. When Diana were going to take care of Diana Ross, voice extraordi-

are not habit forming. Teens firmly believe this.It .. business, she wasn't playing a naire,didn't sing a single note.
to that if would recognize the serious- pound. They really,did their
seems me parents We knew our girl: was a swin-
ness of the narcotic situation among the youth and try to become own thing. The Supremes ger but she sent us for a loop
more knowledgeable of the subject, they can be more being dressed so elegantly and when she expressed herself
convincing by taking an honest approach when discussing the d the Temptations being so and proved highly talented as
problem. Youth are tired of bear ing that stuff about how mari- ' suave made it difficult to decide an African dancer. The entire
juana deranges the mind, or makes one sterile and things whether you wanted to show Was taped and Is now
look at them listen to
like that.A i available for your listening
wise parent would level with his child and tell him that Every number was done su.- pleasure. Just go in your favorite -
alcohol is possibly more harmful than marijuana. And that perbly. Bringing the audienceto record show and ask for
the real hangup in smoking marijuana is that most people on their feet were Diana's"Somewhere" "TCB, Taking Care of Busi-
herion started out smoking reefers. Marijuana is really a and Paul Will ness."
stepping stone to the more severe and dangerous drugs. >, iams' "For Once In My Life".

Statistics bear this fact out, and to me it makes sound and
loclcal argument. So how about cutting the fairy tales and tell-
ing it like it is. And since the stuff is here and very easy to

get, young folk will appreciate your honesty and ril bet the School Is Life
results will be more effective.

.*. . . . .. . . As part of the "Living Wit- place of hatred and most of

AT THE SPORTS SCENE: CY ness," program in the Dade all, a 'reason for studying the
And the Orange Blossom Classic came to town. 1' + County Schools, Kelsey L. fundamentals of communicative
As far as the kids were concerned, little was happening on Pharr Elementary hadtwo skills, and enrolling in
the field after the halftime show by the Alcorn band and the guest speakers, one from Pan vocational and trade courses.
Marching 100. Every swinger Inthebowlcouldbe found on the American, a stewardess Preparation is the guideline to
North side In the area of the lower refreshment stand. It was Brenda Benedict, and a me- the future. Let's make it a
though a loud call beckoned you there and man was it jumping. chanic, TV Jones from sound one.
Pretty girls were prancing about left and right. Every dude ;; Eastern Airlines.
and chick in bowl was decked out toa "T." Among the The children had the oppor-
swingers assembling on the lower level were Roz Smith the tunity to hear that Brenda MALE THESPIANS

lady in leopard; Karen McCrea, Juanita Mention, Cliff Ed- Benedict is currently running
wards, Norvel Bethel, Pigg and Bop Ledon sporting her bad for the title of Miss Nashville NEEDED AT BARRY

natural, Gary Range in Nehru and bells, Jeff Reaves, Ralph and showed that her prepara- Try-outs for two male roles
Murray, Edwina Riley and Carolyn Gooden, Lincoln Park ma- tion for her Job came with for two student productionswill
jorettes, Teddy Johnson, Robert Williams, Gail Coachman, many years of hard work and be held in the Little Thea-
Alan Straughter, Leona Spotford and a host of others. Let me Y continual schooling to keep her ter on the Barry College campus
not forget Shirley Simmons sporting a knotted knit pink dress position and also for future ad- on December 14 and 15 at
and a yellow carnation on a chest. vancement.Mr. 3 p.m.

The Miami Jackson Generals upset the Killian Cougars 20-9. jones especially appealed The plays, "The Bear, and
Coral Gables repeated the action,with disastrous 49-18 vic- to the boys since many "Sleep" are adaptations of
tory over Hialeah, Hialeah, Hialeah. ( Ha, Ha, Ha). of them are interested not Anton Chekov's short storiesby
. . . .. only in flying but in the actual Linda Schoolcraft, senior
. . . . p a wr. K i>woLV1Fl1 PLM:'.1W
make-up of a plane.They ask- drama major at Barry, and
: ed
such questions as: What will be presented on January
The Hampton House, Hotel McAllister and the Sheraton Four
keeps the blimp Did at
up you 31, February 1 and 2, 1969
I Ambassadors accommodated those with the
Saturday night know? yes, helium. 7:30
f party spirit. All three hotels must be congratulated for a boss For the future p.m.
I time. Partying at the McAllister Pat and youngstersas
were Yvonne Pompey
SINGER Diana Ross as adults need to be
I Wanda Sheffield, Robert Spann and many, many more. At the
punctual to their NORTHWESTERNCLASS
Four Ambassadors were Carl Johnson Arthur does:! her "soulful thingperforming an AfroVoguelance jobs . Can
King, Ruby
you imagine
PaceShella Rush who hit era all,Beverly Champion and many, routine on the season's most spectacular plane? walking in late toa OF 59

I many more. t''e I lev I si i ion production, "TCB" (Taking Care of The children received class All class members North of the
of 1959-Miami
'Business). The hour-long color production toothbrushes
* * * * ** * * was from Pan western are urged to meet at
45 OF THE WEEK: "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me' by the aired on the NBC television network last Monday American to stress the habitof 8:00: p.m. at the Natural-Look
Supremes and the Temptations light, Dec. 9. "TCB" was the first television ven brush don't rush and keeping -' Barbara Shop 4207 N.W.17thAve.

ALBUM OF THE WEEK: "The Sound of Nancy Wilson' byj:ure of Motown Productions, Inc., a new Hollywood it. . Saturday Dec.14th, 1968.
Nancy Wilson. ,subsidiary of Berry Gordy, Jr.'s Motown Record The purpose of this program This meeting is most impor-
Until later do your own thing. j: Motown photo. is to give young people hope tant! please come and bring a
orp. Instead of doubt respect in fellow classmate with you.

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I THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 13, 1968 13 ;,

I Business Has Sound Reasons For Becoming Involved In- Urban- CrisisNEW

"Eyeball ORLEANS to La. Industry can make more mally loaned experienced pea button to society- could, tise that might well return the to slum neighborhoods to talk
between eyeball" contact Imaginative use of its existing ple to state or municipal governments serve 'internships' In state or companies' investments about employment as a meansof
top business executives skills and resources to help for short-,term periods city government In programs such internships, he remark motivating ghetto youngsters \
and slum
?Privately the cities, Dr. Jones pointed Dr, Jones said that comparable to the ones which .d., to continue their
planned Model C1Ues" '
out. "more companies should be now make executives available Dr. Jones said he believes schooling.
programs? Young business "Some industries could use encouraged to do this, and I on loan to the federal govern that "there should more direct Business firms couldassistmunicipalities
professionals working on loan their skills In stimulating industrial think especially that some ment," he said. 'eyeball to eyeball' contact by making
in state and
ments municipal govern and commercial redevelopment of the younger professional This would government between the business available some of their
? or renewal. employees should b e Involv and simultaneously would help community and those at the non-proprietary data assembled -
These are a few of the waysin something like a privately ed." industry develop cadre of bottom of the economic, bar for business purposes,and

which Industry might helpAmerica's planned "Model Cities' program "These future managerial people Intimately familiar rel." by helping the cities in areas

cities -- and help ," he suggested. prospects. members ofa with the workings of mu lie suggested a program to of operation that have become
Itself at the same time, Dr. Nothing that some companies generation noted for its desireto nicipalities and key state bring corporate executivesand very complicated, such as

Charles F. Jones, presidentof have for years infor make a worthwhile contri agencies -- a kind of exper- other employers directly purchasing, he continued.
Humble Oil& Refining Company

Speaking to the National Municipal 'coo-em*'...".o.-.U1.4r1.S,'..'tut'..."". er MI_*.eeu.e.n...

League, Dr. Jones "
commented that business has

sound business reasons for

becoming involved in the urban -
crisis. Rita Robinson :

Investments at solving in projects cause'directed She leads the two-career life.

problems not be too tar
may With Coke to help her all the way.A .
afield from the venture or risk
capital that we put into bids for successful publishing executive at Time, Inc., she's

offshore oil leases," he said. also a devoted wife and mother of three boys.

Such projects are a form of Both careers require equal time.

long-rang planning in the respect And yet, Mrs. Robinson manages with ease. Of course, ;". ,
that they Improve the nature she always has plenty of Coca-Cola on hand to help ) "
of the future
he added. keep her going.It .
"Business stands to reason because Coke has the taste sho
should harnessthe
enormously effective forceof never gets tired of.That's why things go better with Coke.

self-interest and put it to I Two times better for Mrs. Robinson.
work in the Social marketplace '
Things better with Coke.
he said.
"By accepting ,.AOIM.V
the concept that these ::2
things are associated with our ; '

business, and are not merely ,:.r;. .; .. .. '"
altruistic undertakings, think ... .
we are more likely to Involve ,
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Free Christmas lighting Tour Begin Tuesday. 1


The Metro Transit Authority Due to the expected heavy ,Springs area and sections of
will again bring to the peopleof demand for seating on the northwest Miami. ,
Dade County its popular tree tours, it will be on a first Regular MTA bus service
tour come, first served basis each will operate nightly to and
Christmas Lighting Tours, n i ght. MTA request that from the tour starting points.
P beginning at 7:30 p.m. tues- children taking the tours be. Routes serving the North Dade
day, December 17 and running accompanied by an adult. starting point at North Miami

through Monday,December 23. Tours will begin promptly City Hall are: N9, 10, and 12.
The t oar, which last year from each loading point at The bus route serving the
carried more than 7,000 persons 7:30 p.m. each night including South Dade tour point at South
to view homes and build- Saturday and Sunday, Decem- Miami City Hall is #1.
ings bedecked with outstanding ber 21 and 22. The route passing Grace
Christmas lighting decora- Free parking will be avail Lutheran Church for the Cen-
L' : no't.,." tions, was begun several years able at each loading point. tral Dade tour is #30.

...,::: : ago as a "Thank You" to the The tours, and their start- For further information, .
; ::: ': ': bus riding public of Miami and Ing points: call MTA information at 538- !
:. :. : F has become '
an eagerly NORTH DADE TOUR-- 8631.
:: '::. ,: j.4 r t part of the holiday sea- starts from City Parking
I;0. *, .",1 son.This Area, NE 7th Court& 124 St. FREE RED CROSSMOTHERBABY

Christmas, Dade Just west of North Miami City
: 7 :f Countians will have a choice of Hall. This tour is expected to
(:f:{ ) ; t : touring three different areas include North Miami, North CARE COURSEA
: of the county; North Dade, Miami Beach, Miami Shores, free Red Cross Mother-
I : I South Dade (including Coral El Portal, Norwood and sec-, Baby Care course for expec-
..:.....#,: : :,' : Gables) and the central Dade tions of the northwest Miami tant mothers and other per-
. "1"When..-.,-,,-,.'''.#J-.>."..",, .-. ..-. County area, which includes area. sons interested in child care
sick youngsters at Variety Children's Hospital can't go to the Zoo, Hialeah and Miami Springs. SOUTH DADE TOUR-- will be held'at Mary Macintosh
Each of the three routes has starts from City Hall Park- Services, Miami Laundry,200
kind officials at Crandon Park Zoo bring the animals to the hospital.A .
been specifically designed to Ing Area, City of South Miami,i NW 8th Avenue The classes
real live Bengal Tiger cub, less than two months old is petted by to give the passengers a view 6000 Sunset, Drive. This tour will be held Tuesdays and

Alexis Smith, age 5 of 1030 NW 67th St. (r) and Miriam Butts age 9(1)(I) of 7740 of each area's finest decora- includes South Miami, Coral Thursdays.All .
tions. Gables and the southwest those who wish to take
S. W. 34th St. while Zoo attendant Jim Amon holds the fierce beastie.
Each tour will last approxi- Miami area.CENTRAL. the course are asked to,call
mately an hour and one-halt. DADE TOUR the Dade County Chapter,
Passengers will received -- Starts from Grace Lutheran American Red Cross, 751-

!H NAACP Building Fort printed circulars describingeach Church, 245 Curtiss Park- 6661, for enrollment.
of the homes and displays way, Miami Springs.This tour Mrs. Edith Nathanson,R.N.,
along the route. includes the HialeahMiamiOne will teach the class.

I.. Myers Housing Complex I

Give Your Child A Musical Instrument For Christmas.

Angered at the slow pace of The FHA commitment for even defray that expenses by Give your child an inexpen- example cited by Mr. "AU of these instrumentscost
local governments in building the Fort Myers complex wouldbe contributing what is called sive musical instrument for Tibaldeo is the recorder, an only $5.00 or less," Victor .*)
low-cost public housing, the for $1.3 million and will be "sweat equity" his own labor Christmas and you may give ancient flute like Instrumentnow Tibaldeo said. "For less'
Florida NAACP said it will enter built and managed under recently in building the home.How- him a life-long interest I in back in favor with both than $50.00 there are melo-
the housing field itself. It -e n a c te d federal rent ever, a family of five or more music. classical and pop musicians.He dicas. guitars and scaled-J_
will sponsor, develop and supplement laws, the Rev.Ed- may buy up to $17,500 if it requires suggests this for eight down violins."
manage new housing throughout wards said. at least fourbedroomunit. This suggestion for an en- year olds and older youngsters.
' the State of Florida undera Under the rentsupplementprogram Low income families who during gift was made by Vic- He also urged parents to help
wide range of new federal the FHA has deter- would normally be denied an tor Tibaldeo, of Victor Pianos Another not-so-ancient instrument the learning process along
housing laws. mined that 25 per cent of FHA mortgage commitment & Organs, 300 N.W. 54th St. making a comebackis with recordings that featurethe
Marvin Davies, State a family's income(minus$300 because of poor credit can under He also had some recommendation the ukalele, also for the Various instruments so
NAACP Field Director, said per dependent) goes for rent. similar federal law pur- s on suitable instru- eightyears- and up group. that learners will know what I
the Florida NAACP State Con- If this percentage of a particular chase a home if the family is ments for various age groups. Having a "uke" around the can be accomplished.
ference of Branches has been family income is not willing to enroll in a continu- house will revive memories of

authorized by Roy Wilkins, enough to pay the rent,in a sup- ing counseling service aimedat "Don't c. a.n f u s e these summer evenings on the front
NAACP National Executive4 plement project, the, govern- money management education music-makers with toys, even porch among the kids' grand-
Director, to undertake the effort ' ment pays the balance. and related family needs. though they fall in the toy price parents. GefSLICK

as a pilot program for the However, rental projects, range," Victor Tibaldeo said. F 1 BLACK
rest of the nation. The program Rev. Edwards and Davies said, The Ft. Myers project,they "They have a good tone and Children as young as five :7
said is located in an area will get good results with a DOUBLE ACTION
will be under the general are only planned as "a are played Just like the more .
which will maximize integrated harmonica a plastic melody
direction of William Morris, station on the road toward' expensive models. Many are ,
National NAACP Housing Di- pride of ownership." housing and will be open to used in elementary schools for flute or a xylophone-type set : 2 DRESSES HAIKU. MACE
all families with low income of chromatic bells. ie;
rector, and the National organization explained that the instructional purposes.
They and not Just to Negroes or
statewide effort will aim over
It will be the first time in blacks.
the long haul to provide private
the 59-year history of the home ownership to families
It has become directly The NAACP sponsorshipand
NAACP that -
under the
with low incomes '
Involved in housing. management of the pro- 8mirnoffj
mortgage-supplement provision -
Predicting the opposition ject, they said, should assist '
of the 1963federalhousinglaw.
from some local zoning Under this provision,they; in lowering the unemployment 3 <'",'$_ ,
rate of the target area, ,
boards, Davies said the plan '
said, mortgages may be ob- : : : .
and support greater
was developed "in exaspera- tained at a one per cent inter- encourage :k'f1i: ': "
tion at the slowness of all local est, with the government sub- participation by Negro bankers con- : :'
tractors brokers, ,
government-sponsored public ",'
sidizing the remaining mar- insurancemen and other busi- <
housing programs, "Nor ket rate of interest plus payment -
does public housing meet the of all principal amount- nessmen. .e

socio-economic needs of low ing to more than 20 per cent of f Davies said both the hbme ::t.
income citizens," Rev.Isa- a family's Income. ownership and rental project 10.c:

dore Edwards,added,explaining Under the mortgage-sup- construction program will be

that socio-economic plement program, a family accompanied by a series of
ment services that will teach could toa$15Ooohome the to.
buy up special training courses on
and help the low income citi- with as small a down payment responsibility and pride of "

zen manage his money better, as $200, and the buyer could> ownership. 1-
eventually own his own home
and hopefully his own busi
ness. i:
Rev. Edwards, National Needles & Accessories
Member and 1st Vice-
Stereo Tapes & Players
President of the Florida
NAACP was selected direct IJr W I 4..
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the pHot program through the Buy 10 Johnson's T.V. Get 2 ... yyo
NAACP's "Urban-Rural Development -
Corporation" a Records Free Q
& Records
newly formed housing and eco ag

nomic development arm of the. 6964 NW 15th AVENUE 696-0342
statewide association.
We're authorized, we know Color T.V. & Stereo Service ..

what we need, we know whatto ti
do and how to do it," said
State Field Director Marvin '

I' Davies in announcing the pilot Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE ,' .. ..,', I
experiment.The """ I
I NAAC P's URDCal- " j
ready has a 100 unit project ,. "MR. JACK" :
' complex consisting of nine FOR ' ", ',"4...' ' ', itF: -i-
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two-story buildings containing STYLES FOR ALL AGES 1I
12 and 13 units each on the The Very Latest In Men's Fashions
drawing board for a 10 acre Smirnoff makes the party rock. .m
tract in Fort Myers. Apartments Talented bedazzles orange juice.Snaps up holiday
would be two and three ITALIAN SHOES punch.Adds brilliant sparkle whatever's good to drink. .

bedroom type and would rent 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA: That's why the choicest holiday parties come in Smirnoff packages. !: ;
''for from $125 to $147 per
month, including all utilities. SmlrnofVodka leaves you breathltit.Jf .

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SCLC And Chrysler Corporation .'j.

f Plan Economic Development ..P 1

ATLANTA, Ga.-Dr.Ralph Chrysler Corporation is try, and other major indus- skills, the Corporation Is
David Abe1 1 thy, president of now training six: men for new- tries, will take notice both of helping to reduce the unemployment
the Southern Christian Leader car dealerships, and is con- the procedures used and the ,, underemploymentand
ship Conference (SCLC), ducting a preliminary surveyof substance of this agreement. lack of training and education
has announced that the Chrysler sales potential for a pos- "The procedure was one of that hurt both the Negro
Corporation has agreed sible black dealership In Atlanta quiet, private deliberation! community and the nation at
with SCLC negotiators on a Chrysler Corporation among reasonable men. It large. By opening dealershipsthe
major new ''program to assistin already has five black dealer shows that SCLC is willing to b I a c k business the
economic development of ships in the country (Newark, apply our philosophy of non- Corporation shows that it believes 9 ;

the black community.The Detroit, San Francisco, violence without pubic con- in developing locally < ,fy 1t t,' ,
agreement, announced Brooklyn and Baltimore). frontation if the other party is controlled businesses In the 1
by Dr. Abernathy in a state- Dr. Abernathy's announce- willing to accept a fair settle- communities It serves.
ment from an Atlanta hospital ment was issued to the press ment. I comment the Chrysler "The black community,like
where he is recovering from atanewsconferencehere.Representing Corporation for their cooperation any other community, wants
pneumonia, provides this: SCLC were Rev and understanding in its own financial institutions Y'd
Chrysler Corporation's Financial J. E. Lowery, chairman of the these negotiations."The because such institutions have
Department will board; Rev. Andres J. Young, substance of the a better understanding of com-
deposit $100,000 In tax monies executive vice president;and agreement is even more Im- munity needs, and if only they
each month at the Citizens Rev. Fred C. Bennette, Jr., portant. Each major provision have the funds, they will serve tn
Trust Bank, a Negroownedand executive director of SCLC is a large step toward eco- those needs. Black people also
operated bank in Atlanta. Operation Breadbasket in At- nomic development of the feel that, If they buy cars, then
The first such deposit was lanta and the State of Georgia. black community, with maxi- black businessmen should
made Dec. 3. The Corporationalso Operation Breadbasket is mum community control. have an opportunity to sell the
agreed to make similar SCLC's full-time economic "For example, many white- cars and black workers should
deposits with another Negro development program, and I dominated industries, includ- have an opportunity to build y; itrt
institution, the Bank of FI- Rev. Bennette was a chief ne- ing the automobile industry, them.
nance in Los Angeles, Cali- gotiator of the agreement with reap large profits from the Negro '"The Chrysler Corporation -
fornia, and with a new bank the Chrysler Corporation.Ne- market, yet they have not by making this agree-
now being organized in the gotiations began last summer. returned much of those pro- ment with SCLC today,, showsan
black community of Detroit, Mr. Albert Dunmore, Ur- fits to the black community. enlightened social and eco-
Mich. ban Affairs Specialist for the The Chrysler Corporation now nomic policy that ultimately -
The huge automobile manufacturing Corporation, came to Atlanta sees that if it benefits from will benefit the Corporation
corporation has begun from national headquarters In sales of cars to Negroes,thenit Itself, the black community,
preparatory work on an Detroit to represent the auto- has a responsibility to share and the entire nation." ---------
extensive training programfor mobile company at the news some of the benefits with its The late, late show look for this w *, ; festivities Like
auto mechanics,primarily conference. Immediately black customers. By placing Harlow at her most alluring, this satin dress that is poured
designed for young men in the afterward he presented the significant deposits In black 9 and 10-Year poured over the figure! And a floor length boa (4 yards long!)
black community of the nation. first deposit checktoMr.L.D. banks, the Corporation is to swish and swing about a la Harlowl! To make It divide one
Details of this nationwide pro- Milton, president of the Citizens helping to strengthen financial Old, MothersIn yard of 45 Inch white chiffon into four 11 inch sections and
gram are still being workedout Trust Bank. institutions in'the black com- seam together into one long 4 yard piece. Stitch four rows of
but the Corporation has In his statement, Dr. Abernathy munity. These institutions in I ArgentinaHere by-the-yard maribou all the way up and down the length of
Indicated that this program said: turn can better serve the needsof chiffon curving It around at the ends. Marvelous look! Make
of 1 ate Argentina
will place some 2,000 black The Southern Christian their communities by mak- seems to hold the record for the dress for less than $15.00, splurge on the sensational boa
youths In various apprenticeships Leadership Conference has ing more funds available for mothers. for around $551 And Just try to buy this look for less than $200!
Each Corporation deal- reached a milestone agree- Investment development of Aires 9 The low-luster acetate satin, the chiffon and maribou by-the-
In Buenos a year
ership in the Atlanta area has ment with the Chrysler Corporation the communities. -old girl birth to a five yard are all at Singer Centers where fabrics are sold. So Is
already agreed to hire some I hope and trust that By training young black men pound baby gave In the town of Azul, the Simplicity pattern 7951 (stole not Included in pattern).
I of the trainees. the e n t Ire automobile Indus- for good jobs,requiring high 200 miles southeast of here.

I R.J. Reynolds Names Gibson Associates Both The were name doing of the fine.mother was COVER'S PARIS IN r
-- - -- not disclosed but reports
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco working with R. J. Reynolds and management areas. As the ,saint she was ,the 3177 NW 54th Street
Company, Winston-Salem, Foods, Inc.,a New York-based nation's leading tobacco*company daughter of a farmer in Ca- Shop: 633-9367 or
North Carolina, has named D. whollyowned subsidiary of Reynolds has involved chair, 60 miles north of Azul. 635.9787 .
Parke Gibson Associates, Reynolds Tobacco,whose pro- Itself not onlyinequalem- The alleged father of the ,
Inc., a New Yorkheadquartered ducts include Hawaiian Punch ployment efforts, but inthe child offered to marry the girl Specialists in:
national public relations and Chun King oriental foods. support of educational Institutions but her parents refused to give Wig and hair styling, coloring .;
and marketing consulting The Reynolds' appointmentof and antipoverty,pro- their. consent, the report, all kinds of hair trtot- I ;,
firm, to provide counsel and Gibson Is representative of grams. said. sent, ptrmancnts. salt of
services on matters involvingthe business and Industry's new In Azul,Argentlana 10-year wigs and hair pieces of all
Negro market. efforts to use qualified'black -old girl gave birth to a healthy 'kinds"W.
BUD AND FLIP Say Be Proud and Bto.tlful"
Reynolds Tobacco,which professional firms to assist 6.2 pound boy on Nov. 27th,
manufactures three of the four them In achieving total ON NIGHT CALL police disclosed Monday. Owned and Operated I by>> Mrs. WIII .Mae.Covers
best selling cigarettes In the marketing and public relations WAME's "Night-Call' pro- They said two cousins of the (formerly of Doris Jones Beauty,Salon)

U. S. (Winston, Salem and objectives. Gibson Associatesis gram, carried Monday thru girl, aged 15 and 23, had been 2 OPERATORS WANTED
Camel) retained GibsonAsso- a pioneer in providing counsel Friday from 11:30 p.m. to arrested on charges of raping
ciates to assist In developing' and services to businessand 12:30 a.m., features the fol- her
In-depth marketing programsto Industry on matters involving lowing guests this week.
reach all consumers, and the Negro.R. Thursday, Dec. 12 Author, FRANKLIN'S CARPET
to communicate company activity J. Reynolds Is an equal Budd Schulberg, "Watts On
In equal employment opportunity opportunity employer, and has stage."
and related matters.As made substantial gains In the And Friday, Dec 13,Comedian 8650 NW22ND AVENUE
part of the assignment, employment of Negroes In Flip Wilson, "Is it too SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING'
Gibson Associates will also be sales, clerical, production, late for a laugh?"


The Veterans of Foreign 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE .
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Post 5693 /:: : : \ : : ? v"7 -;.;;(:- ;;,Vttrt'f
Wars, Opa-locka
will present a gospel singing' fix
program featuring the til
Madam Ford Gospel Singers'
and Elder Ford,Saturday,December
14, attheEOPI Center
2341 All Baba Ave. REPAIRSSTER&
On December 20 the 5th district
VFW and auxiliary will t rbWAI
bold a Joint "welcome home
Vietnam veterans,"at Bay-
front Park Auditorium. Freeto
veterans.Tickets are avail ,
able at $1.50 each. RADIO
The members ofVFW5693
and the women's auxiliary
wish to thank friends for a successful -
bingo game held at the
Veterans Hospital December

6. i
David Hall is confined in
palm Springs Hospital Room 1 r
325A, Bob Brockman is still
confined to the hospital at Wll-
ford Hall, Lackland Air Force "
Base, Texas and would like to AMERICA FURNITURE
receive cards from his com-
rades. Wilma Anderson 5th We Brand Name Carpeting
district Auxiliary president Is 2300 NW 62 St> Carry

recuperating at home after a
stay in the hospital.
Wilfred J. McKenzie, re


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 13, 1968 19
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Classic Parade As Seen t t'as p rI

Through Frog's EyesBy t tI ;

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There was jubilation among the crowds that lined the streetsin $
the area of 15th Avenue and 62nd Street. There were ven- vL; ..r1iJi :

dors pushing and worming their way through crowds in an ef- Ia
fort to sell their snacks to the joicing care-free onlookers.One .

vendor carrying a plastic two-gallon bucket yelled, Get
your conch salad nowl" A young woman turned and faced him,
Have you got change for a five?" she asked, You bet I have '
He rested the bucket on the pavement, scooping out enough
salad to fill a three ounce paper cup,he thrust it into the handof :
th woman, and snatched the five spot.A '
visitor asked Frog who stood in front: :

What's going on here?" Frog grinned, "The Orange Blossom w :. iWMM
Classic parade man; these cats have this every year; We look ii&. .." .
for this, like we look for Christmas." The out-of-towner .
nodded his thanks, and continued on.

The crowd began gathering early; It was about ten o'clock In
the morning, and the parade wasn't scheduled to pass that area / M1ewNl.r
until one thirty; the spectators have a way of gathering hours t
ahead of the participants. So as the crowd increased, onlookers ;
began jockeying for front row positions, jostling and shov- .*- 1ii

ing, pushing themselves into place. ,

Hundreds of boys and young men crowded roof-tops alongthe ;

designated route. Girls and young women, some in bright \ii { c r
colored slacks, some in mini-skirts, gathered in clusters on 'NLMMI..y

the side-walk. : ,.
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Cops were everywhere; Most intersections encompassing : : qI
the route were cordoned off,bringing motor traffic in the area
to a complete halt. .

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The neighborhood by now had taken on a carnival air; but t
despite the large crowds, most d the onlookers were on their

best A tall behavior.chocolate-colored young woman, made about 25 tripsto Plumbling Firm ::l tiw k, 43 y rrr aaag T a P3 q',>,z=,, R >: z

and from a room, on the second floor of a building in which Named In
she lived. The steps leading to her room were lined,with peo-
ple, some standing, and others sitting. The young woman exerted >
her authority by having them make room for her every Wage-Hour %

time she passed. Frog,who watched her repeated performance, Alexander & Dulbs Plumb-
met her gaze one time, and winked; he yelled, "Tenant power ing, Inc. and Surrie Alexander
aye?" She returned the wink, and flashed a grin. "This is have been named the defen-
where I get even," she boasted. dants in a Fair Labor stan-

dards Act (FLSA) suit filed in
Intermittently, voices blared through loud speakers. Music
U. S. District Court here by
poured from transistor radios Incessantly; the many different
Secretaryof Labor Willard
programs led one to believe that every other person in the ga- Wirtz.
thering, must have carried a transistor.
The defendants are engagedin

Suddenly, there was music down the street; the processioncame the plumbing contracting 4
business at Miami
in sight,and the crowd became jubilant,and cheers went Dade
County. j>
The complaints a lieges the

"The parade was preceded by parade marshals in motor defendants are in violation of -

carts, and city policemen. Following, were elegantly decorated the overtime-pay and record- COCA.CQL :
floats, studded with beautiful girls; dashing students in eye- keeping provisions of the .
catching uniforms, stepped high behind the floats; cars brim- FLSA. The action asserts the Fs
med over wth high echelons of the teaching profession. defendants' employees are ic .r 'Nrst w- I
each out different strut- covered by the FLSA because ;
Twenty-five bands, beating a rhythm,
ted by. they are employed by an enter- i' l
prise engaged in commerce or
in the production of goods for j'
The Bahamas was also well represented in the carnival-like I-
procession. The squad of jumping, twisting Junkanooes blew commerce.
their horns, and clanged their cowbells in an original African The suit seeks a judgment k _
and the
enjoining restraining
beat, stepping out in their colorful costumes. .,
violations allegedandre- I t _ -d:: ::
According to Frog's stop watch, it took the procession one straining the defendants from
hour to pass his place of business. When the paraders were withholding payment of over-
out of sight, and the on-lookers had dispersed, Frog stared time pay found by the court to ,1
down the avenue and was struck with the amount of litter the be due their employees

crowd had left behind. There were bottles, paper-cups and Clem J. Denicke, supervi: ___ :JO'J ]f'lH: .
boxes, cans and you name it, and it was there. sor of the U. S.LaborDepartment's -
Frog glanced in another direction; a motor sweeper was Public Contracts Divisions'field of and '
Coca-Cola Bottling Company Miami The Coca-Cola Company,
friend and sneered "it
looked at his
coming into the He
area; office at Room 1521 Fed- Atlanta sponsored Miss Mildrette Netter of Alcorn A & M
seems like every time they have a procession, a cleanupcrew Georgia, College,
didn't do eral Office Building,51 SW 1st Gold Medal Winner in the Annual Orange Blossom Classic
has to follow right behind; I wonder why they Ave., Miami, Fla. 33130, said Olympic parade.
that in Washington, when they had the poor people's march, I litigation resulting from an investigation Miss Netter's strongest aspiration is to once again represent the USA in the
am sure they wouldn't have had all that fuss about the trash by his staff. 1972 summer Olympic games.Graduates .
they left
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of Florida A&M who were in attendance at the ,school in 1938

were honored during halftime ceremonies at the Orange Blossom 'Classic. ..
-- .. -of Miami being- consistent with I its Shown above are, front. row.: James Wanza, Dr. Thomas Jones, Murray Neely,

The Coca-Cola Bottling Company throughout Greater Miami, once> again the current Miss FAMU and attendants, Dr. B. L. Perry, Mrs G. Stanley Stra-
strong community relations Blossom Classic float, which carried AI. chan, Garth C. Reeves and Ford Johnson. Bock row: S.. L. Beasley, Marcel(us

corn sponsored A&M Its College Annual-Orange Miss Ora Dean Marshall and her court, along with four Goodwin. Dr. Edwin Shirley, John Dillard, Dr. Calvin Shirley and Clarence D a-

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Death r . W:. .
Penalty For 1I'if" )"" ', : '
Robbery .I <,-, . ,' \\ 'J'I ) fl., '
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.-D.C.TheU. Twenty-three
of these cases ing, more than half of the 400
s. Supreme Court was ask- took place in southern states
on death of
ed today to set aside the Alabama and 19 of the victims were Negro America.The .
death penalty against In
Alabama, the LDF LDF involvement
Edward Boykin, Jr., a Negro points out, all five persons from years of experience grew with
charged with committing five executed +
robbery have death cases in the South where
robberies.The been
Negroes had received the
execution of a man for The S
attorneys also argue death penalty for the of
robbery is cruel and unusual against "the rape t [
unfettered dis-
white women. Of the 400 per- : :
punishment, argued attorneysof cretion of a jury," which was sons executed for the crimeof ;
the NAACP Legal Defenseand empowered by Alabama law to rape since 1930,90 cent t
Educational Fund, Inc. choose ____
between the
penaltiesof have been Negroes, yetthis
(LDF), because:(1)It involves death and imprisonment figure alone was not considered t :
brutal and unnecessary physi- "arbitrarily, capriciously, proof of racialdiscrimination I
t cal and psychological cruelty, for any reason, or noreason"and in the courts.
((2)) is abhorrent to civilized without instruction
by a The LDF sponsored an ex-
standards, (3)is justified by no trial judge, thereby violating tensive sociological survey
rational standards, (4)) is a due process of law. during the summer of 1965 of

rare and unusual penalty whichis Three days after the first 2,500 rape cases in the 11
((5)) applied by juries whichare appointment of a lawyer by the southern states, invclving both

given absolute discretionand court, Boykin,an indigent,was white and Negro defendants,to .1> ,
((6) insufficient information arraigned on five separate determine objectively and _., -
The about LDF the brief offender.notes that capital charges.He scientifically where any fac- Left to right: William J. Wright, Assistant Superintendent Southern Dis-
pleaded guilty to all tors other than racial dis-
there have been only 25 exe- charges. crimination could account for trict. Dade County Schools; Mrs. Betty Page, Black Brothers for Progress;

cutions for robbery in the TheLDFis presently repre. the high rate of death sen- Dr. Gilbert Porter, Assistant Deputy of Schools, Dade County; Frank Mc-

United States between 1930 and senting, or assisting private tences for the Negroes con- Grath, Florida Regional Director, NCCJ; Mrs. Georgia Jones, EOPI Board;

1965. attorneys who are represent- victed of raping white women Dr. James Eagan, National Vice President NCCJ.flHoliday .


Specials Highlight Channel 7 December Schedule


The month of December will -day songs of the season on December 22.. .when"Seven'sChristmas St. Patrick's Cathedral will be On Christmas Day, one Gaynor, will be shown at 9:00
again be a month to rememberon C h ann e 1 7's Ray Conniff Circus" is tele- colorcast live from New York, hour services from the p.m. Christmas night. Cyril

WCKT.. .when some of the Christmas Show. cast from 7:00 to 7:30 a.m.... from its beginning to conclusion. Washington D.C. Cathedralwill Ritchard and Tony Tanner ap-
greatest stars In the enter- An animated treatment of with Ringmaster Charlie Bax- A Christmas message by also be colorcast live, pear on the show as Scroogeand
tainment wourld brighten the the song, "The Little Drum- ter, Duffo the clown and the His Excellency Archbishop at 10:00 am. And Kraft Music Bob Cratchit of Dicken's"A
season in a festival of holi- mer Boy," on Thursday, Dec. special long awaited return Terence J. Cooke will be Hall's."MitziGaynorChristmas Christmas A Carol;' with
day specials! 19.. .at 7:30 p.m.. will feature appearance of the glamourousMiss shown during the communion Show".. .a musical Ed McMahon playing Santa
On Channel 7's Showcase the voices of Greer Carson, Betty! I 11 t service. Yuletide special starring Miss Claus.

Christmas Special, "A Story Jose Ferrer, Tommy Eccles Award-winning
Til Tell You,"... Saturday, and the Vienna Choir Boys. half-hour The Emmy program. "The -

December 14, at 1:00 p.m, the The same evening, at 8:00 Sounds of Christmas,"featur-
Madrigal Singers of Barry p.m., the eighth annual "Andy ing the Glendale Symphony .s
college in Miami relates the Williams Christmas Special"will Orchestra of Glendale, Calif 'I'l Keep In Tune with,
story of the first Christmas spotlight 40 members of ...
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\ Crackdown On Hospitals Discriminating i

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Against Black Servicemen

p\ WASHINGTON-The Penta- mating against the families of Medicare Program of the Uniformed minatory policies, they can't
i gon is working to stop some Negro ,servicemen, Services-Champus. be reimbursed for medical
civilian hospitals from discrim-, So far, the government has Champus, basically a mili- t r e a t m e n t provided to ser-
ruled the eight southern hospitals tary counterpart to the Medicare vicemen or their families.
NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERThe are ineligible to participate program, was set up to This( will encourageIf
CULMER in what amounts to a military enable servicemen's depend- not force service families to

Arts and Craft class is fMfTELEVISIO Medicare programbecause ents living far from military seek out,other hospitals on the
wonders. The instructor, of alleged discrimina- medical facilities to get sub Pentagon's approved list.
doing ,
tory practices.The sidized
Miranda would like to invite treatment. The hospitals listed by the
Cora all of the youngsters in the program, a joint effort> Under it, the w I f e of a Pentagon include:
with the Department of Health serviceman to civilian
central area to come.The classis may go a Choctaw County General
Education and welfare, marksa doctor or hospital for me- Hospital Butler, Ala; Fifth
Tuesday and Thursday r
on ... new phase of the Pentagon'sdrive dical care and have most, if Avenue General Hospital,
from 5 to 7 p.m. to force and end to inequities not all, of the bill paid for by Juntsville, Ala.; St. Francis
Recreation Department
The : encountered by black the Pentagon.A Hospital, Monroe, La.;Green-
is from 4 to n
open p.m. r r 'affi men in uniform total of
> 'alH 7,000 hospitals are wood Leflore Hospital,Greenwood -
10 p.m. Monday through Fridayand THE AFFECTED hospitals, currently eligible to participate Miss.; East Bolivar
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 $8888 in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi in the program. County Hospital, Cleveland,
p.m. all youth are welcome. and South Carolina, Until the eight southern Miss.; Tuomey Hospital,Sum-
Each Saturday the recreation , '. have been barred from taking hospitals change what the gov- ter, S.C.; And Hampton Gen-
department is open for inspection. part in the Civilian Health and
a c Y : ernment regards as discri eral Hospital, Varnville, S.C.
.We specially invite all par .. .w
ents who have children participating -.'!!" ......' / .
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doing and the fun they have doing so. -'- "',

Due to the construction by the State Road Department and PRIVATE LISTENING _
the Urban Renewal project, all citizens living in the central EARPHONE ;
district should concern themselves with their housing prob-
lem. DU3 to this the Culmer Neighborhood Center is offering $5.00 i 4
information to people who are having housing problems.Mr. -
Arthur H.King,Culmer Center manager,will be attend-
ing an afternoon housing conference with the Honorable WalterB. DOWN \ E 0 4S
Lewis, assistant secretary for Equal Opportunity Depart- !
ment of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D, C, 3 : 2
The conference will be December 12, at DuPont Plaza Hotel, Call :
Encore Room, noon to 3;30 p.m. 7515629NO (

Mr Eli Powell,Community Organizer the center,Invitesall _ _ _ 4i
interested citizens to Join or organize their own Block CREDIT .
Club. You may contact him by phoning 377-0525. REQUIREDALSO ,, ,/
Our Senior Citizen of the week is Mrs. Annie Swiney, who i /

lives at 1934 NW 1st Place.Congratulations Mrs.Swiney, "we _ _ _
love you much." iI (
Mrs. Jan Halverson, director of Dorsey Child Opportunity : w
Center would like to extend a standing invitation all primary FURNITURE s

grade children, to attend the Saturday enrichment program, APPLIANCES L a HG 4
held at Dorsey Center, 100 NW 17th Street. This program is a
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geared to make Saturday morning special day in some child'slife. I
I BINH SON, South Vietnam American Red Cross nurse Gene C. Holloman -

13322 Stanford Avenue, Los Angeles, California, examines young Viet.
Don't forget the Culmer Federal Credit Union preChristmas -
party and membership meeting.A$25 J)0) saving bond will WELLS namese war refugee at one of 45 camps operated by the Red Cross in cooperation ..

be presented to the person responsible for a member having COMPANY with U.S. Agency for International Development in war-torn South Vietnam.

the largest a mount of shares October 17 to December 19. 45 N. W. 54th Street Hoi I II I oma n was one of 10 American Red Cross staff members working with
Elsie Jones That's December 19th at 8 p.m.
Miami, Florida 33127 : South Vietnamese Red Cross counterparts in the refugee program. American

COCONUT GROVE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERThe I Red Cross is recruiting additional male nurses for the teams

Coconut Grove Cares met at St. Stephen Episcopal
Church. The main purposes of this meeting was to elect new
officers, and for the various committees to make their reportsand PLACE YOUR CHRISTMAS GREETING AD x
to get more representation of other organizations in the Call

the Coconut Grove project is no longer in operation it CHARLESROGERS

was suggested that Mr.Vernon Stokes,area director,Mr. Butler BE PUBLISHED DECEMBER 20. w
supervisor of adult classes, Mr.Lee Russell and Mr. J.
Paulk, supervisor of Virrick and grand Avenue, representative CALL 691.0421'iiiiiii.iII '
of Coconut Grove Cares, workco-operativelyand discussthe
needs of the area, also what projects are in operation to ', AT PL 1.1502
prevent duplications of projects or programs.This suggestionwas
accepted. I FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
The Coconut Grove EOPI Center and the Legal Services : ' PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
Coconut Grove neighborhood office on November 21 presenteda r I /J STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
panel on "Consumer Legal Problems" at St Albans Day INSTRUMENTS.
Nursery. The two members on the panel were Judge George
Nachwalter and John Kirk McDonald. Both men are practicing
attorneys in Dade County.
Those who attended found the program very informative and 0
enjoyable. The meeting was open to the public.
The adult sewing club at 125 South Dixie Hwy. 3123 has started -
making doll dresses for some dolls that were donated to us
by people of the community.We would like to have some volun-

teers to help us get them ready by the 20th of December If ,, ............... -- s
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are interested please " ..
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The Center would like to thank the student government
North Dade Junior College for their hospitality on November BROWNSVILLEDRUG
26. It was made possible for 15 children to enjoy a de-
licious Thanksgiving Dinner and movie. They were chaperoned STORE
by Mrs. Ruth Woo ten, Mrs.Rosa Beard,and Mrs. Odessa
4634 NW 27 Ave.

Thanksgiving was a joyful time at our center. Twenty-three 634-7233
baskets. On ThanksgivingDay , ..
families were given Thanksgiving 1 1 I aWE
Invited to dinner, and were
fifteen senior citizens were .r
entertained at the DuPont Plaza hotel. WATCHES RADIOS

Tuesday, December 3, the North Dade Improvement Asso- SUN GLASSES CLOCKS
ciation formal signing ceremony of their
inc., met and held a
State Charter. Many Opa-locka residents were quite enthusedover Prescriptions Our Specialty' AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY
the many goals of this association,some goals anticipatedare At tk. tr.."..d. .! N.rlK>$."lK lpr.....y
economic development such as neighborhood business enterprises ONLY IS MINUTES MOM ANYWHIM IN MIAMI
and social developments which include neighbor DRUGS COSMETICS SUNDRIES CORNER NW. 54th ST. t H.W 3rd AVE.

hood improvements. GREETING CARDS 'NOTARY GIFTS Phone 751.7502
Opa-locka Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401Broward JA2-SI31
of the
115 neighborhood children were guests /1
EOPI on 7 to the Orange Blossom
Saturday Dec. ,
The children and their chaperones had a thrilling evening Warren,Welters, Reg. Pharmacist
football) plan treated to the excitement of Florida A&Tji. . (T.F.)

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Black America To Set Own

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xd 1 Agenda Programs Priorities
4 I; I : M' President-elect Nixon was are not our ways. The time is New York;Dan Mitchell,Black
1 warned that Black Americawill past when Administration pro Economic Union, New York;
determine Its own agenda, grams can be Imposed on Newton S. Downing, National
programs and priorities for Black communities. Business League, Wash-
I ghetto economic developmentand "Therefore, we serve notice ington, D. C.; Clifford Brown,
that some of these ideas now, before the President General Convention Special
will emerge from a National elect even takes office, that Program of the Episcopal
\ Bank Economic Development Blacks and other minority Church, Donald Simmons,
Conference to be held'in De- groups, such as Puerto Ricans Harlem Commonwealth Council -
troit.In. and Mexican-Americans, Intend New York;Walter McMur-
a Joint statement issued at to define the terms and try, Inner-City Business Improvement -
a conference in New York on needs for outside support. We Forum, Detroit;
December 5, leaders of local urge Mr. Nixon to listen well and the Rev. Lucius Walker,
{ iy and national organizations involved to remember that there are Jr., Interreligious Foundationfor
in economic develop- processes already at work Community Organization,
ment of the ghetto said: where by representatives of New York.

Bishop S. McDowell Shelton has conference with King Husseinof "As Black men who repre- economic interests in these
sent various facets of economic communities are in touch with Among organizations rep-
Jordan duringhis recent trip abroad. development in Black one another to develop- resented were some of the na-
America, we Jealously guard proaches to ghetto economic tion's leading groups in the
and defend the right of black development that best fit the area of ghetto economic de
DIVINE HEALING SERVICETo America to determine for itself needs of their communities. velopment.The .
the patterns of economic "This will be seen February
National Business Lea-
development. We hereby serve 21-23, when the '. Black
Preceed Live Worldwide BroadcastBISHOP notice to all, includingthenew Economic Develop t 'nt Conference throughout gue has local the nation.chapters It assists -
Administration, that the old is held in L .troit. At
in intitiating andde-
practices of fostering patterns that time, Blacks involved in vel
oping minority owned
of corporate colonialism on economic development opera-
s. MCDOWELL SHELTON, THE YOUNG DYNAMIC EC- black America no longer ap tions and related interestsin business and provides techni-
CLEISOLATER WHO HEADS THE WORLD'S LARGEST APOSTOLIC plies. From henceforth,Black urban and rural areas will cal advice, managerial assis-
tance and ther business
MOVEMENT WILL DOCTRINATE THE NATIONS WITH THE America will set its own deliberate on and adopt vices. ser-
TRUE BIBLE INTERPRETATIONS ON CHRISTMAS OVER A agenda, programs, and pri- recommendations for eco-
LIVE GLOBAL BROADCAST.Ft. orities. nomic development programsthat The Black Economic Union
"It would be tragic if Mr. best serve the interest of arranges financial assistanceto
Nixon and his colleagues in the Black communities across the new and expanding enter-

Lauderdale, Florida will welcome Bishop S. McDowell Shelton private and public sectors country." prises in addition to providing
were already devising ways in The statement was Issuedat
technical assistance, educa-
and the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ on Sunday, December 22,
which think
they ghetto economic a press conference by:Dar- tional and social services.
1968 when they dedicate their newly purchased house of worship at development can best be win Bolden, Interracial Coun-
970 NW 34th Avenue. New York's most powerful short wave radio accomplished. But his ways cil for Business Opportunity, The Interracial Council for

station WNYW has collaborated with AT & T (American Telephoneand Business Opportunity,through
for live worldwide broadcast volunteer services of business -
Telegraph) to prepare to begin at
m e n and other profes- I
twelve noon directly from the church auditorium at the new address. w. ..IM ; sionals, is a force for expan- I
Services to begin at 11:30 a. m. ..WIREC t d sion of opportunities for Black

RD.599k NW 22ad Ave. investment and ownership. It
Other highlights of this dedicative ceremony will be the traditional ; has offices in Los Angeles,
Compttte lint of records
apostolic parade commencing after His Eminence, the Bishop ad- New York, Washington, D. C.,
PHONE 634-9177
dresses the Eastern seaboard over his vast radio network. This NO : New Jersey, and New Orleans.

live morning program can be heard in the Miami area over station The Inner-City Business

WAME from 9:00: to 10:00 a. m. on Sunday December 22, 1968. Improvement Forum, Detroit,
4 n e 'operates shopping centers,
computer services, and pro-
vices managerial and other

Divine Healing In MiamiTHE Spring assistance nesses.of 1969.It plan for smallbusl-

LOCATED AT 1500 NW 54th STREET WILL HOLD SPECIAL DI JOHNNY'S TOP 20 Council is the most comprehensive -
1. I Heard It Through the GrapevineMarvin Gaye economic developI I
2. Too Week To Fight-Clarence Carter ment operation in the country.Its I
: 3. Can I Change My MindTyrone Davis enterprises Include a brass I
4. For Once In My Life-Stevie Wonder casting foundry and a com-
5. This Is My Country- The Impressions puter service center.

Thousands, who were plagued with afflictions and social discon- 6. See Saw Aretha Franklin
7. Cloud Nine- The Temptations The Interreligious Founda-
tentment have been blissfully reinvigorated through divine healing, 8. Goodbye My Love-James Brown tion for Community Organization -
administered by the inspired gifted man of God. 9. Sugar Man-Sam Baker is a unique coalition of national
10. He Calls Me Baby- Ella Washington Protestant, Jewish and
The charismatic theology of the Bishop has proven him to be the 11. Bring It On Home To MeEddie Floyd Roman Catholic nationalagen-

leading authority religious dogma and Bible annotations. His recent 12. Rockin The Same Old Boat- Bobby Bland cies and local community or-

return to the United States after a successful tour of Europeand 13. Love ChildSuprernes ganizations. IFCO coordinates
14. Always Together The Dells community organization efforts -
the Middle i I East, where he was guest of Princess Grace of 15. Papa's Got A Brand New Bag- Otis Redding of its membergroupsand

Monaco and King Kussein of Jordan, exemplifies a small degree of 16. Strangest Feeling-Ted Taylor provides funds, field ser-
of his international fame. 17. Part Time Love-Clarence Reid vices and support for training.It .
18. Over EasyBooker T. & The MG's has allocated up to $50,000for I
19. Are You Happy-Jerry Butler the National BlackEco-
20. 3'Oclock Blues-B. B. King nomic Development Confer- I






(1500 NW 54th ST. DECEMBER 20, 21
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e .,. Everyone Is invited to attend these services; there is no charge "You Can't Go, Wrong if You Give Flowers"

for admittance. MRS. MABLE BODIE, Prop.

If For more information contact the Florida State Supervisor, Deacon MRS. DORA M. WILLIAM, Bus. Mgr.

Clyde Black at 5846138. 1551 NW 62nd l STREET MIAMI, FLORIDAI


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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 13, 1968


'M'E'MO'R'I'A'L"S"' D'EAT'H"S Charles Durden of 2132 NW Service for Master Walter Mrs. Eliza King of 1969 NW

1'- CARDS .1 70th St., died at Jackson Hos- Olief of 10708 N.W. 23rd St., 3rd Ave. expired Dec. 6th.Remains -
pital Dec. 2. He is survived by were held Sat. December. 7, will be shipped to Ocala,

his mother Florence; two sisters 1968, 4:00 p.m. In the Liberty Fla. on Friday Dec. 13th,9:00
,! ... Theola White and Doris; City Chapel. His survivors include a.m. for final rites and burial.

two brothers Durwood and a father, mother step Remains will repose In the
I Donald; two aunts Lola Lames mother and two sisters. Chapel beginning 8:00 a.m. on

memory of and Canisa Farley, and three Thurs day until 11:00 p.m.
la memory files are filled with
.... ... .. .." "" .. "....... uncles, T. C. and Solomon Services for Mrs. Mer- Thursday. Survivors include
names of friends, Fisher and Albert Best. Ser- cedes Brown of 1330 N.W.2nd three sisters, Marie Cross,
Whom have to know
I come
vices were held Saturday,De- Court Apt. 4, were held Fri. Florence Me Call and
Along the many winding paths, cember 7, at 1 p.m. Antioch Dec. 6, 11:00 a.m. at the Mt. Evelyenna Michael. One
Where I have chanced to
Baptist Church. Carmel Baptist Church Her brother Thaddeus Jones.
Whose smiles of golden sun-
shine are Will Simon of 2520 NW 58th survivors include, a husband; Bernard Strachan of Brook-

The answer to my tears, St., #C, died at Jackson Hos- two daughters; two sons and lyn, N.Y. expired In Brooklyn.
And form the perfect rainbow 1.,I! pital Dec. 3. He is survived by three brothers.Mrs. Funeral services will be held

bright, his wife Pear lie; four sisters Sat. Dec. 14th, 2 p.m. at Ebe-
That never disappears." A I3flJ..i jane Fletcher, Julia Clarke, Laura Rankin of 1001 nezer Methodist Church with
Gertrude Natail and Claudie N.W. 45th Street, died Thurs. Rev. Aaron D. Hall pastor officiating
ALFONZO, "AL" WOODARD .. Blair; one brother Frank; Now. 28.Her survivors includea Remains will repose

departed this life November I three brothers-in-law and one mother; one daughter; three in the chapel beginning 1:00on

20, 1968 leaving a void which sister-in-law. Services were brothers; two sisters and four Friday until Funeral time

-- you, my friends, helped to fill held Friday, at Antioch Bap- grandchildren.Mr. Sat. afternoon.
MRS. BERNICE VERNELL with your kind, considerate tist Church. Joseph Gladney of 2370

SUTTONwho understanding. Rev. Harold D. Mrs. Alice Applewhite of N.W. 57th Street, died Mon.

departed this life Decem- Long and the Church of The ELSAIDA I. GARDNERwho 1040 NW 1st Ct., #5, died at Dec. 2. His survivors includea I RICHARDSONHarry

ber 14, 1967. Open Door; the membership of departed this life Dee.!1, Jackson Hospital, Dec. 4. She wife; and four daughters.Last .
Today recalls the memories of Mt. Zion Baptist Church; Mr. 1959. is survived by her husband rites were held In Ocala, Simon of 4620 NW 11

A loved one gone to rest Arthur Edes, manager, and Emmett; one brother Buddy Florida. Ave., died Dec. 5, in Jackson
And those who mourn for her
co-workers of the Rodand The years have not healed the Ross; three sisters Edna Lott, Hospital. He is survived by his
today Reel Club as well as the Houseof wound left when you passed Maggie Williams and CharlieM. Mt'. Ralph Robinson of 625 wife Ophelia; one niece Mary
Are those who loved her best. Albert and all others will away because your sweet love Ross, and a brother-1r -law N.W. 22nd Street, died Wed. and other relatives. Services
The blow was hard, the shock forever be etched in my heartas and tender care is missed each Ernest Applewhite. Services Dec. 4. His survivors includea were held Tuesday at Temple

severe burden- bearers. Thanks and every day. were held Monday in the wife, Curlie; one brother, Baptist Church.
We little knew her deathsonear
most sincerely. Mrs. Vivian Long, daughterand chapel. Ross and a sister-in-law.

Grandchildren Services, Friday Dec. 13 3:30: Joseph Clark of 5633 SW 19
And only those who have lost Mrs. Willa Mae Mannings of
Bessie Woodard wife
p.m. in the Liberty City St., died Dec. 9, in Memorial
I can tell 540 NW 75th St., died at her
Chapel.Mr. .
Hospital In Hollywood. He is
The pain of parting without CARD OF THANKSThe residence Dec. 5. She is sur-
IN MEMORIAMIn by a wife Elizabeth.
farewell. Co vived by her husband Gather; Alfred Horton of 10308 Arrangements are Incomplete.
loving memory of our her son Rubin; a sister Cora
family of the late S.W. 176th Street, died Thurs.
Mrs. Lillian. Thomas, dear mother, daughter and Cummings and three brothersMat
December 5, at the Jackson William Brantley of 299 NW
mother and Family sister K e 11 and Buddy Ed-
ALICE APPLEWHITEextend y Memorial Hospital. His sur- 10th Street, #5, died Dec. lOin
wards. Services were held vivors include a wife,Amanda; Jackson Hospital. He is sur-

CARD OF THANKSWe grateful thanks to every Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 3:30: two daughters, Lucille Clark, vived by his wife Lizzie; one

one for expressions of p.m. in the chapel. India Blackshire; one son,Al- daughter Dessie; four sisters

the family of the late sympathy of cards con- William Gary of 702 NW 2nd bert; a father, Albert Hortonof Lucille Thompson, Fannie

dolences and flowers duringour Ave., Apt. 19, died Dec. 4. He New Orleans, La.;a mother Mick, Sallie Bell, Ada Morgan -

bereavement. Special Is survived by his sister Mrs. -in-law, Lucy Gwinn; one Arrangements are incomplete -

thanks to the pastor, friends Addle Maxwell Jacksonville sister, Lucretia Davis of .
/ neighbors and the Range and a nephew Jacob Maxwell. Memphis, Tenn.; one brother

Yw Funeral Home for their effi- Services wre held Saturday, Eugene of Drew, MIss. one
cent Service. Dec 7, in the chapel. aunt, Cora Sutton and 16 Social Security

Mrs. Josephine Moore of grands and one greatgrands.

Applewhite and FamilyIN 549 NW 50th St., died at Bap- Services, Sat Dec. 14, 2 p.m. NewsHow
tist Hospital Dec. 6. She Is at the Kerr Memorial Methodist

4 survived by five sons, A. D., Church, Indigo Street, long does it take to get
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- MEMORIAM Gordon* Marcus, Chester and Perrine, Florida. your first disabilty check

1 LILLIAN E. JOHNSONwho Dedicated to the memory of Algernon Moore; one daughterMrs. from Social Security when you

departed this life Decem- our dear and darling mother ChristabelDemeritte; 11 become disabled?
ber 13, 1961. FANNIE BELLE SHANNONwho grandchildren and6great CARD OF THANKSThe Acc ordingtoMJss'

May she rest in peace. departed this life Decem- grandchildren. There were no family of the late Leipziger, Officerinchargefor

JOHN HOWARD ADAMS, SR. 1 ber 22, 1963. local services She was removed FLOSSIE MAE SCOTT Social Security at Model
who departed this life Dec. 1, Mrs. Della B. Carey and It's been five years mother to Ft. Pierce for burial City, the answer to this question -
1968, 6:15 a.m. take this Family since you left us alone. But services. Naomi and Fred Donaldson, is generally left up to the
sin- one day we will join you in your Leroy and Viola Smith would person filing the claim.A per-
of our
method expressing
Jessie Mack of 3235 NW 48 like to thank the many friends
should file his
for the kind Heavenly home. Sleep on and son application
cere appreciation St., Apt. 3, died Dec. 5. He Is and Zion Hill Baptist Church
take for benefits
shown us duringour CARD OF THANKSWe your rest we loved you disability as soon
survived his and
by wife Beulah pastor.JamesStanford for
of Special but Jesus loved you best. ; after becoming disabled as he
hour sorrow. two sisters Sophie Lowe and his music and for the kindness
thanks to Stevens Funeral the family of the late can. "Early filing means
service Your children; Rosie payton. Services were telegrams, cards, flowers prompt payment of the first
and his staff for
Home held at 2 Also thanks
Thursday p.m. In the to the North Miami "
rendered. Hallandale pastorand Rev. John A. James, son chapel. Beach check due, she said.
choir, Brother Henry Ad- Mrs. Eunice Bradley, Convalescent Home. Miss Leipziger said that

derley, Hollywood choir and Mrs. Bessie James, Ernest Polite, Sr. of 8504 while no payment can be made

Miami No. 1 Choir also Car- and Miss Prenella Shannon, NW 14th Ct., died at Jackson Poet's Corner during the first six full monthsof
vers Ranches Churchallofthe daughters Hospital Dec. 6. He is survived disability, an application

Church of God of Prophecy, Mrs. Ernestine Moore Williams by his wife Marian;12 child can be filed as soon as a per-

the neighbors, and friends for and Carol Ann Taylor ren four sisters, Irene Pres- Cup Of LifeSo son knows that he is going to

the food and cards, condo- granddaughters. ton, Maggie Polite, Annie be disabled for at least a year

lences, telegrams and other LeRoy James, son-in-law Jones and Ida M. Hill; and two we are born . She pointed out that in some

deeds of kindness which helpto Herlin William, grand son- brothers Gilbert and Jessie like the scalding touchof cases of long delays in filing,
make our burdens easier to Polite Services will be held searing coffeeon the disabled person misses out

bear. Special thanks to our Saturday, at 1 p.m. at Friend the tongue! altogether on some back payments -

pastor Bishop C. A.Knowles CARD OF THANKSThe ship Baptist Church.

for the consoling words, JOHN MORLEY, Cpl. Jonathan Brownof1891NW When the buds rebel "Although we urge every-

Bishop Mackey our field sec- -..--- --family- -of the late 86th Ter., died in action against the bitter taste one to file early for all types
retary and many others too acknowledge with grateful ap- In South Viet Nam. The 19- seeking sweetnersto fo Social Security payments,"

numerous to mention. May God preciation your very kind and year-old Miamian is survivedby perk up the savouring . said Miss Leipziger, "This is
richly bless everyone of you thoughtful expression of sympathy his parents Mr. and Mrs. so we try to live! especially Important in the

real good. extended to us duringthe Ulysses Brown; two children; case of disability claims. It

loss of our beloved hus- a sister Sylvia; brother,, The grounds come up takes a good bit longer for us
The FamilyIN band and father. We offer our Ulysses Davis and his grand- as the dregsare to process the disability claim

special thanks to Father An- mother Lillie B. Smith.Arrangements sipped from the bottom- than it does for the regular retirement -
thony the Choir and membersof
are incomplete. still voraciously sucking, payment. And the
Saint Peters American looking for the earlier file the better
sugar . you ,
MEMORIAMIn Catholic Church Rev.Ken Roosevelt Ware of 4030 NW
; so we die! chances that
neth Major of the Church of the 3rd Ave., died at Jackson Hospital -
loving memory of our very first check when it is
Dec. 9. He is survivedby
Incarnation the faculties vd
; "
dear beloved mother and father Gilda Lee due.
of Bethune Elem., B.T.W, High his wife, Eva, his step-son The Model City Social Se-
r. School, Comstock ElementarySchool Eustice Frazier; a sister Rita
r curity office at 5225N.W.12thAvenue
MRS. RUTH ANN DAMES the Dade Co.Arithmetic MOTHER MAE BELL Hodges; three sisters-in-law, Baby In Biafralittle is open from 8:30a.m.
Carrie Gallon Mattie Williams
Teachers 'fAttucks Jr.. -
who departed this life Decem- CARTER to 4:30
p.m. Monday through
and Annie Bell two bro
high school the Postal Workersand
ber 10, 1967 and extend grateful thanks to thers-in-law Charlie and baby in Blafra Friday and until 7:30 p.m. on
Auxiliary of the ,
MR. ALFRED DAMES everyone for expressions of Robert little brain starved out Thursday to help persons file
Annex Norman
the Miami Police Re- Arrange-
i who departed this life December cords,& Identification Miami sympathy, for the many cards, ments are incomplete. little body stunted disability claims and take care
; 25, 1948. Police Benevolent fgower, condolences, and little baby shunted about of other Social Security
all Assoc. To courtesies during our hour of and blind from lack nutrition matters. Miss Leipziger said
the neighbors and friends Myrtilla Albury Lawson of
If thou shalt call me to resign, bereavement.
A special thanksto arrangements can be made for
of 17th 6521 26th
: Street,and the Browns- NW Ave., Dec.
i I What most I prize it nev'rWas Bishop D. A. Harris andE. where is the justicefor asocial Security
yule Area, who were most 10, at Jackson Hospital.She is represen-
'a mine; I have but yielded I I helpful. To Mrs.Range and the A. Stevens Funeral Home survived by two sisters Agatha we who are not in need tative to visit the disabled per-

4 What was thine Range Funeral Home for their for their efficient service. Jones and Eddie Peterson;her and the little baby in Biafra son in his home or a hospital
{t Thy will be done. most efficient sevice. May God bless each and grandmother Mrs. America who is a different color when his disability preventshim

everyone of you. Far r i n g ton, and an aunt and of a different breed? from coming to the office.
Sadly missed by your children The Morley Family LIU lam Baillou. Arrange- Call 757-8591 for more infor-

and grandchildren Rev. L. Carter and sons ments are Incomplete. Dorothy Mitchell Bechhold mation.CC .

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-Eta Phi Beta is having its Let the final tribute of your loved one be

annual Vesper service on Sun- their best. So, in that hour of bereavement _
4 a. r hs s;, day, Dec. 15, at the Church of Call the . .
,_ The Open Door. Services will
I begin at 5 p.m. Mrs. Ruth N.
Polite will be the guest speak- House of AlbertWhere

ATLANTA, GEORGIA Charles Boone, (left), president of the National service begins and never ends

Association of Market Developers, and Southeast Area account executive CarverReaches THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Coca-Cola USA, receives the key to the City of Dallas, Texas, from the City I LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

Councilman Jesse Price, following his address to the annual Dallas Chapter I 691-7661 MU 8-3311 238-8801

Emphasis Award Banquet. Seated at right is Tony Davis, project director for rr
the Dallas Chapter of NAMD. News


Adult Courses At BTW HAS ANYONE SEEN -By Walter-Bow,j BINDERS Open Evenings until 9

I J Mr.and Mrs.James I.Cum- BALDWIN Open Saturdays until 5:30

Community SchoolAdult be r bat c b of Hallandalean, .U'VSUD NAME IN MUS-, Open Sundays 1)30 to 5
nounce the marriage of their

courses for the Winter tween the hours of 3:30 and daughter Georgians Alberthato If pUUW Ullt4iilJ"
trimester at Booker T.Wash- 5:30 p.m. and evenings between Mr. Robert Cecil Raines of
ington Community School will 7 and 10 p.m. Tyler, Texas,which took place I'm Linton Berrien and I'd
begin on Monday, January 6, Nov. 23, In Nashville, Tenn., like to invite you to visit me at
1969. Special to mother and father where both are attending A&I l '.. Binder-Baldwin Music Center

Registration starts Monday, : It your small children State University. where we can discuss the advantages
Dec. 15,and will continue each are keeping you from registering Mrs.Cumberbatch: took the of music for and
you your
school day, afternoons and in our night classes, trip up for the ceremony. The ." family. Call me personally at
evenings. bring them along with you.We groom Is majoring In engi-
will take of children and the bride Is 371.8661, or come in to see me.
care your neering, a so-
Courses to be offered include I'll/ be happy to see
: government, math,typ- while you study! ciology major. After graduatin you.
ing, and sewing. Call HenryD.Danielscom- FRED THOMPSON; SR. they plan to live in Texas.
Other activities that will munity school director, for age 72, 6'3", gray hair. Last The VFW Post 8195 are Mr. Berrien, who has recently joined BinderBaldwinIs

continue are: karate, Jr. high more information. seen, Oct. 2. Last known address making plans for their last unusually well-equipped to advise you about pianos,
basketball, Sr. high and men's 347 NW 14th St.Miami. dance of the year, Dec. 20, at organs and musical instruments. former concert artist
basketball, baton ,twirling, If anyone has seen or knows the Elks Club In Ft. Lauderdale who has played throughout the United States, he is ,:

creative and modern dancing, Bus Routes 21'' where this man can be4found, Music by,the Royal Dukes presently teaching music in our Dade. County school
band, and drama. please notify Missing persons of Rhythmn. Officers and
Bonus: the first 25 people And 24 ChangeThe Bureau or call Mrs. Doris members our regular meeting
registering for government Thompson Wilson or Mrs. Sunday, Dec. 15 at the post

will automatically be enrolledIn Metro Transit Authority Adriana Thompson Smith, at home, at 5 p.m. This is the
math for the same$2.00 fee. announced route changes 634-9070 or Mr.Fred Thompson last meeting for 1968. The
Jr. at 634-1210. Ladies Auxiliary will also ,
special registration effecting inbound service to
period for the above named Downtown Miami on two of its meet Sunday in,a Joint meetingwith ti, y 4 x
classes the post ,at 6 p.m.
will end on Friday, major routes.
Paul L. 4 of 4920
Nealy Spec.
January 3, 1969. Hurry In and Beginning Friday, De- Jobmobff/o
sw 23rd returned home from
sign up before classes close. cember 13, Routes 21 and 24 ,
LocationThis South Viet Nam last week he
You may register lathe will be revised to conform with ,
Is in the 27th
main office afternoons be- the traffic realignment plan is where the Jobmobileis Engineers Ba-
talllon. He will leave on the
for the downtown area. :
13th. i'
Route 21 southbound will run Monday, Dec. 16, 7:30 a.m.
BROWNSVILLE EOPI The Mustangs scalped the 9j Ff$
to 4:30 West 23rd Street
on NW 2 Avenue between NW p.m. :to i
77-45 in their basketball
Redskins ;
There will,be a meeting this 3 and 14 Streets. between 5th and 6th Avenues : i

Thursday, Dec. 12, at 7 Route 24 will run along NW 7 (Hialeah). I basketball opener.Coach McArthur Bob Hall High, t'tJ n,,,,,
the Brownsville Neighborhood Avenue and NW North River Tuesday, Dec 17, 7:30 a.m. 7
I makes no bones about it.He is r1 .
Center, 2741 NW 49th st. Drive to Flagler Street. This to 4:30 p.m. S.W. 66th Street
and 59th Place. Across from a born warrior, he put on a Piano illustrated h the ]
regarding the facts about your will eliminate the portion of Baldwin _,
EOPI Center. little extra Friday night when Contemporary, inl2ancl-rubbed .
checks being cut,why and what the route which nowruns along
t the Mustangs opened the season walnut. '
Wednesday Dec. $816.including bench. /1'
you can do to stop it. You owe NW lOStreetandNWSAvenue. 18Friday .
this to yourself and your family For complete route information Dec. 20, 'NW 27th Avenue and against Cardinal Gibbons.
In the first quarter the Mustangs -
to call 538-8631. 62nd Street. (Stevens). SALE!
come. ,
: pumped 30 points, and THE FIRST TIME!
went on to beat the Redskins ANEWFOR AS LO WAS
77-45.I Sophomore center John
Bowe led the McArthur assault

The Mini-Brute presents with 21 points and 17 reboundsas BALDWIN $694
the Mustangs simply out ran

the and out scalped, and out shot
short payment BOOK. Gibbons: all night. PIANO. I Bench optional
$32 down $24 a month
The Mustangs ran by Sarasota A rare opportunity! We made a terrific buy on brand
71-59 and Tuesday night Baldwin and able the 4
new pianos are to pass on sav-
t tt the: Mustangs were down at halftime ings to youl! Prices start at $694 and are the lowest we
t 37-36 at Dillard of Fort have seen for tree Baldwin quality! Every piano has the
]Lauderdale. They went on to full Baldwin guarantee. Choose from many styles,
win the game In the final three French and Italian Provincial, Contemporary, Classic,
]minutes 71-62. Traditional and Mediterranean styles. Many finishes, Including -
Blanche Ely at McArthur walnut, cherry, mahogany, oak, muple. Easy
]Friday night Tuesday, Dec. terms arranged. We'll give you a' liberal trade-in allowance -

z J 17, the Mustangs at Pompano for your present piano or organ. If you would _
]Beach.NORTHWESTERN. like music in. your home for the holidays, come see us.
i 2-door Sedan -

I $249 Down $4971 Per Mo.for 36 MonthsBuick's PTA SPECIAL I PURCHASE NEW JANSSEN

PIANOS . lifetime warranty. Ebony finish.
new Opel Kartell 2-dr. Sedan. Miami Northwestern PTA
Bench Optional. Easy terms: as little as $20
will hold its monthly
ONE TODAY AT meeting '
TOT Monday, December 16 at down. Compare at $595. $39?

B I p.m. in the auditorium. All
Sheehan parents and friends are ask to Miami* Authorised IoWwln Piano. Organ fc Guitar

A speaker from Family .
Service: will be
2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET HI 41661Open evening our guest forthe 2020 Biscayne Blvd. a FR 1-8661

Mon.,Wed. Frl,til!9 PM and TUBS,Thurs.,Sat.,. 'til 6-PM Please attend. Mrs. Susan 'til
Park Free-Open 9, Sat. 'til 5:30, Sun. 1 JO to 5 .
Ashe Is publicity chairman.

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78 TAE M1AMI'TIMES, Friday, TJecbThbeY 13, %8I


Rev. Ernest Williams,pastor
Alice Harris, reporter
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Don't forget our weekly : .
I prayer meeting every Tues- D FM. ' r k c ,
1I rill
Y' day night at 8:00 p.m.
Parents please send your ,ry ni
children out to Christmas rehearsal it
every Friday at 5:00

of sympathy: we extend
our heartfelt sympathy
to Sister Lovenia Oliver

ire Iou lIn Qlllurrli t9un ay and her family the home We going at New of r1K

1 Bethel share with you.
Remember to visit calland
Bishop Harris Guest SpeakerAt pray for our sick and bereaved

members and friends, they
Zion Hope SundayBishop will be happy to see or hear
from you.
James Harris, D.D. ing for the Bahamas where he We were happy to have King
Gospel preacher has returnedto will conduct a campaign soul Hiram Lodge No.l A.F. and
Miami after a twenty two revival services for two A.M. worshiping with us ,
week of gospel caravan cam- weeks. He then shall return on last Sunday Morning. S.
paign revivals through the and begin another series of revivals Visitors are always welcome r
Northern and the Western which will carry him
at New Bethel the
States He will be the due s t through the Eastern as well as . ,
Church begins
... speaker at the Zion Hope Mis- the Western States. There has and Where never ends.friendship Ground Breaking For Memorial TempleThe I

sionary Baptist Church Sun- been many that has come to Pastor's office hours are as ground breaking cere- pastor of Friendship Baptist morial College under the direction -
day, at 11 a.m. the Rev. Paul Christ through this great man's follows: Monday's thru Wed- mony for the newly organized Church offered the prayer of of Mr. Price who is director -
Freeman is the minister. At dynamic ministry. Plan now nesdays 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 Memorial Temple Missionary dedication. Rev. T. Johnson, of the college. choir.
8 p.m. he will deliver the mes- to hear him. p.m. 7:00 p.m. to 10:00: p.m. Baptist Church, of which Rev. pastor of Saint John Baptist Shown in the picture
sage at the Day Spring M. B. Thursdays thru Fridays 7:00 I. C. Mickins is pastor, was Church extended greetingsfrom above from left to right
Church Rev. William Slater is MT. SINAI p.m. tolOOOp.m.Pleasedon't held Sunday afternoon Decem- the Metropolitan Fellow- ture above from left to right
the minister. Bishop Harris call on Saturdays unless emergency ber 8. Assembled for the occasion ship of Churches and the Bap- are:
will be in this area for a short Plans are now underway to Deacon
75 J. p. 'Regan Rev.
was approximately tist Ministers Fellowship, ,
before he shall be leav- organize a Youth Adults
period persons The ofterng taken Rev. Robert Carter, Institution Robert Carter,college pastor;
Choral group. Interested per- GREATER NEWBETHLEHEM Including pledges and dona- Minister at Florida Memorial Deacon John Smith, Rev.
contact Sisters
sons may tions totaled a little more than College extended Thedford Johnson, Rev. J. E.
MT. HERMON Linnie Carey and Storr. William Jenkins, Rev. W. Washingtonand
Rev. from the college.
$4,500.00. greetings
Sister Elmira Roberts pass- Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
Washington Of Mt. Sinai Bap- The music for the occasionwas Rev. 1. C. Mickins.Othersare
has ed in Ft. Lauderdale. Con- Minnie Hunter, reporterOn
The month of November
FMC students and
tist Church read the scriptureof rendered Jy a groupofstudents singers
dolences be sent to Mrs. December 14 the Home
been one of the most outstand- may dedication Jenkins from the college.
Rev. from Florida Me-
ing months of the year proved_ Savannah Jones, Rt.2 Box 203, Mission will sponsor the 12
to be both spiritually and Millen, Georgia. keys. Refreshments will be
financially successful.On Sister Harolean Storr express served. Mrs. Mae West Tay- CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon FRIENDSHIPRev. SHILOH
the first Sunday,which was her gratitude to mem- lor, president.
Communion Day, a capacity bers and friends, who contri- Our pastor and congregation T. R.Gibson,rector J. E.Jenkins,pastor Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor
crowd enjoyed a soul search- buted generously and also to will conclude the services of Antoinette Silva,reporterThe Ruby Lee Carr, reporterYou Cheryl English reporter
ing message by the very efficient the participants who helped to the Seaboard BaptistAssocia- service for Thanksgiving are invited attend the Last Sunday was Youth Day
pastor Rev J.B.Black- make her annual Musical Re- tion Ministers' and Deacons' will be held Sunday, December Calendar Tea, Sunday from 4 our morning speaker was
nell.Choir##2's music was har- cital a great success. Union to be held in Deerfield, 15, at 5 p.m. At this to 6 p.m. at the church,73NW45th Elder A. Rogers. We would
moniously refreshing to soothe Membership registration is at 2 p.m. on the fifth Sunday of service we shall thank God In St., sponsored by the Pas- like to thank Oak Grove Bap-
the spiritually inspired soul. being held in the annex. All this month, December 29. a special way for his blessings tor's Aid Club. Mrs.Willie M. tist Church Jr.Choir for sing-
The second Sunday was one members are urged to regis- Our annual Christmas pro- of elevating Father Gibson to Denson of New, Hope M, B. Ing songs of Zion and makinga
that will long be remembered ter so you can be listed as an gram will be held December Canonhood.The Church will be the guest Joyful noise unto the Lord.
4 by each member of Mount up-to-date member. 23, at 7:30 p.m. You are cor- Sunday School having speaker.The Our evening speaker was Rev.
Her m 0 n. The occasion,,was Let us continue to spread dially invited to attend. a Christmas presentation on pastor is urging the attendance W. Lovette. Our evening ser-
Women's Day. It was ,/most sunshine to our bereaved Let us continue to pray for December 22, which will fea- of all choir membersto vice was surprised with the
unusual Women's Day. As the families, and our sick and the sick and shut-ins. ture children of the Sunday me et at Saint John Baptist presentation of two new singing -
morning speaker, the women shut-ins. School in singing and panto- Church every Wednesday at 8 sensations, "The Shining
had chosen Mrs.Ceilia Hayes, You are invited to worship mining. Come out and support p.m. for rehearsals for the Shilohs' and"The AME Griffin -
a member of the church. She with us at anytime. ZION HOPE your children. mass choir sin ig in g for the Singers."
spoke as a Christian woman Get well wishes are extended Sunday School and BTU Con- There will be a Mark Tea
endowed with knowledge and NEW HOPE BAPTIST Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor to Mrs.Rowena Rolle, Mrs. vention that will convene herein Sunday at 3 p.m. featuring the
understanding on the theme, Bessie Williams, reporterThe Miriam Williams and Mrs. June of 1969. The pastor is late Rev. Martin L.King,Re?.
"The Planks In a Christian Rev. W.E. Sims, pastor Flossie Sands. also urging the attendance of C. L. Franklin, Prof. James
Woman's Platform." Loraine Fuller, reporterThe pastor is asking every- Sincere sympathy is extended all members and friends to be Cleveland, and many more in
At 3:00 O'clock, the Rev. S. Missionary Society one to attend their meetingseach to the Baptiste family and present at the breakfast next behalf of the Deacon Board and
L. Gay, pastor of St. James wish to thank all participants week, whether it be usher the George Demeritte family. Saturday at St. John Baptist the Building Fund.
A.M.E. Church, Miami, Fla who helped to make their an- board, choir rehearsal, prayer Church. Let us not forget to visit and
and his congregation rendered niversary success last Sun- meeting, Mission, or even Our deepest sympathy to pray for the sickandshut-fns.
services. Mrs. Ann Smith was day.Our Bible Class. ST. JOSEPH Sis. Marion Polite in the loss
one of the outstanding parts of Christmas exercise is Christmas practice each of her husband Ernest, Sr.,
the program. Her melodious in progress every Tuesday and Monday and Tuesday eveningsat Bishop W. L.John, pastor services will be held Saturday
voice is one Mt.Hermon mem- Thursday evenings 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. All participants E. Dunn, reporterThe at 1 p.m. at the church. FIRST BPATIST
bers always look forward to. Sis.Bernice Kerson in charge. are asked to be present.The officers and membersof
The afternoon program was Sunday Dec. 15th at 3 p.m. s 1st e r of Mrs.Pauline St. Joseph's Church of God BAHAMS Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor
sponsored by the Young Ma- the pastors' Aide Union will Davis and family are askingthe by Faith wishes to thank all Donella Turner, reporterThe
trons of Mt. Hermon. Special convene here, Sis.Annie Bag- prayers of all during their visitors and well wishers who Jack McCants, memberof third Sunday night, is
guest were the Young Matronsof ''gers is president.All are wel hour of bereavement.Let participated in their tea on last the National Spiritual As- appreciation night for the Pas-
the Greater Mt. Olive Bapt. come. us remember they who Sunday. We also wish to thank sembly of th e Baha'is of the tor's holiday season. All ,auxiliaries -
Church of this city. The guest Let us remember our sick are sick, shut-in, members of the Bishop James Harris,D.D. United States, and former are expected to take
speaker delivered a well prepared and shut-ins with a prayer and bereaved families, and the for being the guest speaker. Floridian now living in part
message on the theme. our doors are i always open boys who are fighting out on We are delighted to announcethe Atlanta, where he is the assistant Choir No. 1 is sponsoring a
The speakerwasMrs. to visitors the battle field in our prayers. Bishop M. Brooker of director of the EOPI for Banquet at the Bonded Rental
Margaret Choice. Hollywood,' will deliver the the Southeastern States, will Agency, 4150 NW 7th Avenue,
Hats are off to the Chair- message along with his congregation be the guest of Bill Smith on Dec. 13. Tickets can be pur-
man of Women's Day, Mrs. Baptist/ Women's Council To Meet on Friday, at 8 p.m. "The Bill Smith Show," which chased from any member of
Juanita Holmes co-chairman, on Sunday evening the White will be aired Thursday, Dec. No. 1 Choir.
Mrs. Dolores Davis and Mrs. The final meeting of the the president and pick up their Rose Gospel Singers will ren- 19, on Channel 2, at 8:30 to 10 The young people are spon-
tSarah; Kemp and all committee Baptist Women's Council for cases of candy. Miss White der a gospel concert at the soring a Family Dinner Jan.
1968 will be held states that it is gratifying ,to P.m.Mr. 1,1969. We are asking the cooperation -
chairmen.The on Friday church and all our well McCants, who was for
third Sunday was one of evening, December 13th at 8 witness the response that wishers are cordially invited. merly minister the Methodist of our member and
those Sundays that was filled p.m. at the home of the presi- came from the manyoutstanding Services will begin at 8 p.m. Church, has been a member friends. Tickets are $1.50 for
with sacredness and fel dent, Miss Marie White. All pastors of the City. The of the Baha'i Faith since adults and 85$ for children.We .
lowship.The members are requested to be cooperation has been great and 1962. are still praying for all
fourth Sunday was high present at to pay up and out for funds raised from this allover MT.CALVARY our sick and shut-ins.
lighted with the culmination of the year. Mrs.A r I z o n a Bar- Florida projects will go to-
the November-ites calendar J Icy, the efficient secretary ward erecting a headquartersfor The junior church is trainingfor NEW MACEDONIA BEULAH
t I. club's program and financial states that the women have the Women's State Convention the annual Christmas playto Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
report. This chairedby done extremely well and no in Florida to be built in be held Dec. 26. Willie J. Beard, reporterOur Rev. E. R. Ferguson,pastor
Gloria Jackson and co- stone has been left unturnedin Ft. Lauderdale. Dr. LG. Pratt Please pray for the sick and Men's Day will beheld Alice Banks, reporter
chaired by Jasle Horne The supporting the cause of has been selected as cochairman shut-in. Mrs.] Olsie Nicholasis the fourth Sunday in March. There will be a dinner sale
calendar missions. A check has been for the candy sale. Mrs. sick in the Victoria Hospital Our goal is $10,000. The tax- Saturday at 11 a.m.at8867SW
club for the calendar year. recently presented to Florida LC. Mickins and her son are Mr.Sebanelle Downs and ation for men's day is: aux- 126th Terrace in behalf of the
;' :The amount turned in was Memorial College and much on the delivery van. Reverend Mr. Lois Hooks are both sick iliaries, $300; men, $15; and church. For Information call
s "$2,780.21. more will be given to this Samuel Atchinson, Reverend in Jackson Memorial Hospital.Rev. women, $10. Rev. Roscoe Mrs. Banks, 448-3012 or Mrs.
Yk Mt. Hermon members are College for education.The W.M. Davis and Rev. EdwardT. W. F. Tannerwill render Jackson, chairman and Deacon Ferguson CE 55050.
,looking forward to the month Graham are advocatorsforthe service in behalf of the Vandell Bovan, cochairman.On Co Dec. 31, at 8 p.m.we are
.. -4 p of December which will be highlighted president has been se- Candy Shop The women Pastor's Aid Board Sunday, Sunday we will Journey having watch meeting. It will
by the Annual Con- lected as chairman of W.M. Davis and Rev. EdwardT. December 15, at 3 p.m. to Pehokee, Fla. to render feature the C Lord C's and
' ference at Bethel A.M.E. the candy sales for this area by Graham are advocatorsforthe The church will observe its services for Rev. W. M. Bou- other groups. Everyone is Invited -
4 Church In Pompano and the the women of Florida.All missionary Candy Shop. The women anniversary the fourth Sunday yer and congregation of New to attend.
December-ites calender presidents have been are urged to support God in In this month. A grand timeis Hope Baptist Church. We will Don't forget to visit the sick
club's report. advised to call at the home of all of His plans. planned. leave at 12 noon. and shuthis.r .


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Yflfc MfAMf TIMES, Friday, UeciemBer 13, 1968 29

r Mt. Tabor Minister Drive I CHRISTIAN DRAKFThe

FELLOWSHIP pastor wishes to thank

Rev. J, W.Hendon,pastor of Rev. p.s. Brown, pastor the ushers, choir members, I \
deacons and members who
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will -'-- M.L. Nixon, reporterThe
speaker at the Bene- ft ,,..'1 went with him to St. Luke on _ x
be pastor Is still in Veter- last Sunday afternoon Our ..
fit Drive on Friday,December ans i .y'
Hospital for
checks and Mid-Winter Song feaswillbe on
20, at Antioch Baptist, at 1899 bedrest. He sends thanks to Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. We
NW 64th St., 7:30p.m. Mu- Rev. k
Felder and
r his congregation are Inviting you to hear the
sic will be rendered by one of for
efficiently carrying Southern Singers. Please
adult choirs and
the Mt. Tabor out the c h u r ch's activities come out and help us with our
other guest singers. during his absence. projects.The .

Christmas rehearsal for the Deaconesses will have
is an annual affair
This small children will be held their first anniversary on Sun-
sponsored by the Educational r Monday and Tuesday of each day afternoon at 3:00 p.m.
Committee of Baptist> week at 4:30 p.m. at the Community Please come out and help the
under the chairman-
Church Center. Youths will deaconesses to observe their
ship of Mrs Rachel B. Pratt. m e e t at the home of Mrs. Anniversary.Many .

All proceeds will go to the Josephine Love every Thurs- thanks to the parentsof C ,.

Florida Memorial College.Rev. day night at 6:30 for rehearsal the Cubs and Boy Scouts.

She is asking that you please A special thanks to the Den

P. W. Wiggins is min- meet on time.Members Mothers and parents who h.
ister. on the sick list decorated the float. It was a

are: Rev. p.s. Brown,Sister very original idea.

GRACE Lillian King, Sister Estelle Please visit and pray for the

ST. MARY Allen, Brother Charlie Sharpe, sick and shut-ins. You are invited I r
PRESBYTERIAN and Brother Charles Jones. to worship with us.

Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor Rev. W. Pray for the sick and afflicted -
F. Savoy, pastor / _
The Sunday School wish to
6895 NW 14th Avenue everywhere. CORNITHMany
thank all members and parentsfor
Congratulations to Mr. and The Progressive Links Order of the Eastern
making our drive a successon thanks to everyone for
Sunday. First place winnerwas their Mrs. Harold music students and Ursula the Higgs, NEW PROVIDENCE their fine services :renderedon Star will present the Williams Sisters in a Gospel

Paula Duncombe of Jr. ior Grace choir the sen- our Youth Day. Special Concert Sunday, December 15th at 4 p.m., New
class Mrs. Bertha Adderly tatives of St. Mary's W. M. Rev.Arsula c. J. Burney, pastor thanks to Rev. L. C. Albert Jerusalem Church, 1709 NW 52nd Street., Don't
teacher second Jimmy Boy- Edwards,reporter and Jordon Grove youth choir
; Choir, for the outstanding miss this affair. Other will
kins of Sr. class, Mrs. Mary per- Consecration hour of prayer also Rev. J. C. Johnson and groups sing
Adderley teacher;third Jannis formance of last Sunday'sMusical is held each Sunday at 5:00 the Deacon Board of New Mt. also. 'Sis. Juanita Johnson is International Worthy

Cruse of Nursery class, Mrs. evening. a.m. You are invited to attend. Moriah Baptist Church, and Matron and Sis. Luella Thompson is Associate
This Sunday at 3:45 at
Adele Bethel teacher. p.m. Bible class and prayer the Brother and Sister Society Matron.
the Kendal Children's Home
Sunday is Tithes Day,please meeting every Tuesday even- Club of Opa-locka.
8500 SW 107th Ave. Sun-
our Ing at 7:30. All members
members know your obligationfor are The Pastors' Aid Club will
this day. Joint choirs will day School will present a urged to attend. Visitors and convene at New Hope Baptist
Christmas play, for the enjoyment friends are welcome.All Church 6600 NW 15th Avenue
sing all day. Ushers' boardNo. For WomenTen
of the children there. Opportunity
2 will serve during 11 a.m. youth are asked to please Sunday, at 3 p.m. Rev. M. L.
services and Ushers' BoardNo. The same play will be pre- attend rehearsal for the Paschal and Corinth will be in
sented at the Holmes Elemen- between 25.60
1 during the 6 p.m. ser- Christmas program, Saturdayat charge. Rev. W. M.Sims,pas- women ages
tary School, 1175 NW 67th St., 1 p.m. Must have own transportation. Immediate em-

vices.Joint choir rehearsal is held Sunday, Dec. 22, at 7 p.m.Admission Let us not forget our BTU tor.Bro.. Roy Ector, reporter, ployment. Must be able To talk and get along

every Wednesday at 8 p.m. will be one dollar for Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Rev. M. L. Paschal, pastor. with people.
adults and fifty cents for child- Continue in prayer for our
Christmas rehearsal is held
ren. Please setaslde this particular sick, shut-ins and those who Call for Appointment
every Monday and Thursdayat ST. LU KI
evening for this event.
are bereaved. Visitors are always
6 p.m. Let us not forget to
welcome. Rev. P.W.Williams,pastor
pray and visit all our sick and Telephone 691-7669
Kathleen Streeter reporterThe
are always
Pastors' Club would
welcome. JORDAN GROVE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"For like to express their thanks to

Rev. Dunn and Drake Me-
NEW MT. MOR IAH Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor he shall give his morial for their tribute and

Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe angels charge over thee, to for .making our anniversary a MUFFLERSCUSTOM
Herman Thomas Gospel keep thee in all thy ways."This success.
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Chorus will render an after verse from the 91st Psalm will Don't forget our evening

Evelyn Souter, reporterWe service program on this Sun- be part of the scriptural selections services start at 6 p.m.Please
were honored to have day night in behalf of the BTU in this week's Bible pray for our sick and bereaved -

Rev. Upgrow deliver a won- The Home Mission will lesson-sermon to be read in members. You are invitedto

derful message Sunday morn- honor Missionary Day on Sun- all Christian Science churchesthis worship with us this Sunday, DiscoowrOAllMRS
Ing. day at 3 p.m. Come out and be week. The lesson is titled at 1790 NW 55th Street. I. /
with them. Sis. Eva. Mae Hopeis "God the Preserver of Man."

The Spiritual Melodies wantto president.The What a contrast between the BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST

thank each one who attendedand pastor would like to quiet peace around the Christ-

those who sent donationsto thank the entire church for accompanying mas manger and the noisy bus-
Rev. F. L. pastor
their Musical Program last him to Mt. Tabor tle of the inn. This year don't Elizabeth Wright, reporter

Sunday at Mt. Pilgrim Baptist last Sunday. let the "Christmasrush' take Sunday, Dec. 15, at 3 p.m.

Church, Rev. J. Everson,pas- Prayer Meeting every away the real meaning.Listen we will celebrate our 8th anniversary z S
tor. Tuesday night at 7:30. The Sunday 1:45 p.m. over radio You are invited to

public is always welcome to station WMBM to "Prepare come and enjoy this day with .
Please pray for world worship with us. for Christmas." us. Rev. Douglas Cook and

peace Visitors are always Letusrememberthesickand Fifth Church of Christ, congregation of Jordan Grove
welcome. destitute. Scientist 1600 NW 54th St.
will be in charge.Our a a
welcomes all. get well wishes and!

"" < ,""j'f" a x THANKFUL prayers sick andshutins.'Visitorsarealways are extended to the NW 54ti! Street

MISSIONARYRev. welcome.
C.T. Ramsey,pastor
Edna Troutman, reporter TEMPLE BAPTISTThe

On Friday,Dec. 13,all choir No. ICholr will sponsor
members are asked to attend a Pew Rally Sunday night Program F. S. E. S. REPORT:

rehearsal, at 8:30 p.m. begins at 6 p.m. The
public is invited. Training Jobs Open Now .
Our special thanks toSister .
t Dukes who played for us. You Deepest sympathy to the
are always welcome to worship family of the late Harry Simon U you have no experience but want to work-here is an

with us. Sunday school who died Friday, Dec. 6, and opportunity to learn a trade. All you have to do is apply

9:30 a.m.; Morning worship, was buried from Temple on for a job at the Employment Service office listed below.

11:30 a.m.; Evening worship Tuesday afternoon.
.t r >( 7:30 p.m. prayer service, (1). A Hialeah employer has an opening for a welder

Wednesday, 8 p.m.COMMUNITY. MASON'S. CELEBRATE helper. The starting salary is$2.00 an hour up dependingon

a a P O. E. S. your experience.The workweek is Monday through Fri-

d The entire masonic family day, eight hours a day.
of the Most Worshipful Union (2). A firm inHialeah has an opening for a mechanically
and friends are invited to help inclined trainee tolearn sheet metal fabrication.Any background -

I HENRY THOMAS GOSPEL SINGERSThe SANCTUARYThe us celebrate O.E.S. Day, Dec. in metal work would be helpful. The salary startsat

community sanctuary is 24th, 11:30 p.m. at 1742 N.W. $1.80 an hour for a five day, forty hour week.

Herman ThomasGospel come out and witness this hoping its radio activities in 3rd. Avenue. Please come (3). A North Miami employer has Job openings for train-

Chorus will compete in a contest. all aspects, especially in try- G.A.M. Viola Hill is presi- ees to learn the assembly of aluminum windows. The

Battle of Songs contest on Sun- The Herman Thomas Gospel ing to buy additional Radio dent and Sister M. Hopkins is salary starts at $1.80 an hour for a five day, forty hour

day afternoon at 3 with the Chorus will also render an time. You can help in many secretary.MT.. week.
Christian Voices at Bethel after service in behalf of the ways, morally, financially, (3). A North Miami employer has job openings for train-

Baptist Church corner of 40th B.T.U. The Kelly Gospel Sing and by giving us your used CARMEL ees to learn the assembly of aluminum windows.The

St. and 5th Ave. Rev. C.Smith ers will also sing on the pro- clothing for our thrift shop salary starts at $1.60 an hour fora 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m

Is pastor. The public is invited gram. anything you don't want maybe Rev. D.A.Bradley,pastor

-- Just right for some one else, Louise McGriff, reporter Apply for al these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida

II ,.,." ..,,,, ,. drop us a card we will pick up We have so many sick and State Employment Service, 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue. Em-
anything you wish to get rid of; shut-ins let's pray for them ployment Services offices are open at 8:00 a.m. sharp,
the NAACP address all mail to: Elder Hezekiah and for theboys in Vietnam.Mt. Monday through Friday.
Join Tinker 441N.W. 7th Carmel wishes all happy

---Trl"I"I"II" " " I I' ..,11,111,. Street Apt. 4, Miami, Florida. holidays.

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30 rTHE'MtAMt TIMES, Ffido/,.DecemberrUy 1968- .
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-- with- Wildcats' Open Cage Season {With High Hopes I

Spearing ........ -

Bethune-Cookman been called the "pestiest" difficult to guard. ent to accomplish such a feat.
College Wildcats, SIAC player in the conference. Melvin Jackson and Clar- St. Leo stopped B-CC last
Champions, will tip off a 23 The backboard duty will be ence Youngblood are"two fine season 107-102 on their home
Ii' game season Friday night at dominated by Melvin "Sky defensive players, they can court. But suffered a 105-76
8 p.m. In Moore Gymnasium. King" Johnson, a 6-2 jumping always be'expected to get the defeat here. Called the youngest -
A sellout crowd is expected to Jack' who is constantly ball when we need it," Jack team in the country last

BY HARRY'' SPEAR see Coach Jack McClairen looking down on his opponents.John said. season, by Saint Leo Coach
--. . 'r vail "the most attractive cage Beach, a 6-1 "sure Coach McClairen won't be Howie Fag an, the Monarchswill
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package in many years," as shot" seems to be completely satisfied with anything less bring experience with
DOLPHINS FACE JETS IN FINALE they face St. Leo College. recovered from a leg injury. than another Conference them this year. They will be
His best shot comes from 18- Championship. He would like to led by Mike O'Brien, center

The New York Jets and their greatquarterbackJoe Namath The "cats' are practicallyat 20 feet from the basket with his take a post season tournament and Clyde Alexander, a for-
versus the Miami Dolphins, and their great quarterback Bob full strength having lost only body falling away, making itMOST honor and thinks he has the tal- ward.

Griesel That Is the attraction being offered Orange Bowl fans two members last season.Two
this coming Sunday(Dec. 15))'in what will be the season's finale newcomers, James Chanceyand
for the Dolphins. Kickoff in the Orange Bowl will be 1:30 p.m., Jackie Baker are expected -
EST. to fill the gaps left by Carl
The Jets under Coach Weeb Ewbank, come to Miami as the Fuller, 6 foot 9 giant,currently -
Eastern Division champs in the American Football League. with the Los Angeles Stars I
They will soon be playing for the AFL title and a possible berthin (ABA) and Jerome Hamler,
the Super Bowl. The Dolphins, coached by George Wilson, a playmaker. .
are finishing the winningest campaign of their three-year ca-
reer.In 1965, they won three. In 1966, they won four. With the The champs will be led by
one game with the Jets to go, they have already won five this 6-8 little AllAmerlcanJohnny
year. And the 12 victories they've achieved over three yearsis Allen, a senior who owns a
the best three-year record of any modern expansion team career total of 2,205 points.

"in pro football. Last year, he dumped in 997
Namath has attempted 370 passes,completed 181 for a completion Johnny Isn't a scoring 'prima
percentage of 48.9 for 3,027 yards. He has thrown 15 donna.; He's team player who
touchdown passes and has had 17 tosses Intercepted. will fight for rebounds under
Griese has attempted 354 passes, completed 186 for a com- the board and pass off to a
pletion percentage of 52.4 and 2,473 yards.He is credited with teammate rather than take a
21 touchdown tosses and has had 16 passes intercepted. (Griese bad shot. A strong competitor, Vn
thus leads Namath in every statistic except passes attemptedand he is often covered by two or
total yards). three players.
Griese is also working on a string of 94 passes without an
Interception.Karl Otis Fells, a 6-5 junior,has
Noonan, Miami's split end,leads the AFL In touchdown looked good in pre-season x
passes caught, 11. He is fifth in the league, in passes caught drills. McClalren said,"Fells
with 54 for 723 yards. He has caught at least one pass in 14 has the ability and height to be
straight games over two years. a great ballplayer. This year I
Split end George Sauer, of the Jets, is first in the AFL in he seems to be more serious i
receptions with 64 for 1,127 yards and three touchdowns. New about the game." Otis averaged VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD
York flanker Don Maynard is third in the league with 57 21 points per game lat sea- I
catches for 1,299 yards and 10 touchdowns. Maynard's yardage son. The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Miami and The Coca-Cola Company, i

total on passes leads the AFL. Atlanta, Georgia, presented most outstanding Player of the Game awards to I
Fullback Matt Snell is New York's leading rusher with 738 Heading the "ballhandling" Marvin Weeks (No. '17)) of Alcorn A & M College and Melvin Jones (No. 84)) of
yards gained in 177 carries for a 4.2 average and five touch- department is Owen Harris, a J1
FAMU. Shown making presentation is Mr. Fleetwood Price (I) sales
downs. Rookie running back Jim Kilck is Miami's top ball- 5-10 flash who led the confer- represen-
carrier with 625 yards in 153 carries for a 3.9 average and ence in free throws. An 'ex j tative for Miami Coca-Cola and Mr. Charles Boone (r), account executive for

four touchdowns. The Dolphins rookie fullback Larry Csonkais pert' dribbler Harris, has 'The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
not far behind with 521 yards in 127 attempts for a 4.1 aver-
age and five TD's. Surprisingly, Miami's third leading rusheris
Griese who has scrambled 230 yards in 42 carries for a 5.5

average and one touchdown., ; -r
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r w The classic was won by an Alcorn A&M team, that did not
read the Florida A&M press releases.The Braves played well,
and did what they could do best stop anyone on the ground;
and took advantage of mistakes. A lot of fans were shocked by
what happened to the Rattlers; but few didn't agree that the
Braves could have beaten most any team last Saturday night.
d As for the Rattlers, they will Just have to wait until next year.

Y xt2 Miami Jackson won the GMAC Championship last week;
RUDY BARBER FREDDIE WOODSON while Coral Gables won their first round game on the way to
another state championship. This week Gables meet Sarasotain
Jim Huber of The News did a nice piece on the Dolphin Ne- a a semi-finals
game. Personally, I look for Gables to repeat;
players on Monday. His article "Nine Hungry Men" wasa r
gro but who can tell what will happen?
true and great article.
Freddie Woodson, for one has been kept on the side lines a High'school basketball got off to a rousing start, with toe
little too long, if used sooner it could have made a great deal powers showing some of their expected talents. Curley, Key
of improvement as he showed it Sunday. Freddie is young and West, Northwestern, Carol City and Jackson all won easily;
strong, a 265..6-2 all brawn. The same goes for Rudy Barber but there were a couple of other teams(North Miami and Coral
who also showed he came to play football and not sit on the rA'r Mi, 'Yn Park) that showed they might be contender before the seasonis
bench all this time.We know Its hard for Coach George Wilsonto over.

pick a first year player you can't always judge through prac- Along with other congratulations extended, mine goes to Rev.T. .
tice games, you have to find out when they are up against stern R. Gibson, Sr. for being honored by the church. I think the
opposition. Sometimes he finds out when it's too late. Eugene honor is deserved
Justly to one of Miami's most outstanding
Milton showed he had speed. He was the makings of two touchdowns citizens and leaders.
Sunday and could have been a hero toe week before if he :: .*
.I adn't fumbled on the 25 yard line,which really hurt the Dol- ; t4 The final high school and college scoreboards came out like
phins. At that time they were leading with eight minues to go. this:
Freshman Forward 6'2" 175 Ibs.
He made for it last Billy Young ,
up Sunday. High schools 74-35 (.685)); Colleges 34-17 (.667). The pros
Billy is one of the finest defensive players on went like this
on the nexttolastweek AFL 42-17
) ALL-STAR CHARITY FOOTBALL GAME the team. Speed and agility enable him to out play 65-31,677)).

taller and He should play a vital .
stronger opponents. ,
football stars of
Pro tomorrow will be seen in the Orange THIS WEEK IS SEE
Bowl Christmas Day when college stars from all over the nation role in the success of the Jaguar season. He isa :

come here to play in the 23rdAnnual Mahi Shrine North- graduate of Miami Jackson High. Billy is currently NFL -,-

.\I "tSouth College All-Star Charity football game. \ averaging 21.1 points per game. His high point Cleveland over St. Louis AFL
The game is scheduled for 4:30p.m.Christmas and will feature -
stars from Notre Dame, Army, Michigan State, Northwestern performance to date was 31 points aginst the Uni- Baltimore over Los Angeles Kansas city over Denver

I Georgia Tech, Rice, Florida, Michigan, U of Miami, versity of Miami freshman. Dallas over New York New Houston York over over Boston Miami
Minnesota, Illinois, Colorado, Oklahoma State,Virginia,West Washington over Detroit
State Texas Tech Clemson Green Bay over Chicago Oakland over San Diego
Texas and other schools.
Florida: quarterback Jon Kolb All-America Oklahoma
f'1 ; State Minnesota over Philadelphia
Many All-Americans are Included the of stars
center and
; Terry Brown, Oklahoma State record breaking New Orleans
': ; Including one of the all-time greats of college football, Ted halfback over Pittsburgh .
KJ Hendricks of the University of MiainiHendricksthlsyear be- Six Notre Dame players, including thr e-timeAll-America Francisco over Atlanta
: came an All-America three years in a row and was named split end Jim Seymour, head the array of North stars. Coming
;United Press International Lineman of The Year. Hendrickswill !!: to Miami with Seymour are Irish stars-quarterback Coley Local sportsman of the week: Jimmy Reed I told you so.
play for the South, along with other such fabulous starsas I O'Brien; running backs Robert Gladieux and Ron Dushney, One last note on basketball, the local colleges, didn't do too
Eugene Mercury Morris, West Texas State running back center Tim Monty, and tight end Jim Winegardner. well on their openings..However, Fro expecting all of them to
'who shattered the all-time NCAA three-year career rushing: Army's all-time great quarterback will direct the North 'settle down and play up to their pre-season expectlons.
", 4 :record with more than 3,300 yards;Johnny Sias,greatest pass team., At flanker will be Kansas State's sensational record Until the nextmeetiE30ftoequarterbackclubril be looking
; ; receiver in Georgia Tech historyrLarryRentz, lightning quick pass receiver, Dave Jones. :for you at the basketball games.

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A&M Didn't Belong F


On Same Field With Alcorn

Looking over the statisticsof The licking Jake took Jil l
prob- tions in 24 attempts. Halfback ,UIIMfrIntIHt
last Saturday's Orange ably made him wish he had invited Roy Cain added a 52-yard TD /I
Classic brings one to the
Blossom University of Tf
Tampa run and Ale n' 1
or s defense
feel that the Florida A&M Rat- Instead of Alcorn. Much .. ---
pres- swarmed on Rattler quarter- v-AotIo6 a..w......
tlers did not belong on the sure was being
put on Jake for back Ken Riley in the end zone
same field with the powerful the Interracial clash, but for a safety with 4:19 left In
Braves from A Icorn College In events proved Jake did the the game.
Mississippi.Don't right thing.
get me wrong now,
Florida brought a good teamto Biggest surprise of the night Weeks easily fancy won quarterback the Most Yeti
the Orange Bowl Saturday.They was the attendance Valuable Nt.
player Award, and
had to be good to cometo --
notbadconsideringtheUniversity Melvin Jones of the Rattlersgot
town with an 8-1 record.Alcorn did their
own promot- the honor from his team.
had an 8-1 record also, ing this year, plus the fact Al- s
but the Southwest Athletic corn was not a well known
Both bands
put on great
Conference Is the strongestblack school.
shows during halftime,and the
conference in football.
biggest applause went to the
Year after year,Jake has littleor
trouble beating the weak FAMU took a 3-0 lead on Alcorn drum major who was _. ;(.;.. q
no Horace Lovett's 32-yard field something else.
sisters that make upthe goal, but it was all Alcorn after ALL-AMERICAN WEEKEND Each year the Eastman Kodak Company

Southern Conference.Intercollegiate Ath- Brave quarterback Marvin The local citizenry deserve entertains the entire large college division selection of football players by ..
letic Listening i to the Brave Weeks threw a thee-yard priase for the exemplary way the American Football Coaches Association. This year the Kodah All American -
coaches, president and captaintalk touchdown pass to fullback they conducted themselvesover Football Team was headquartered at New York City's Americana Hotel,
Willie Ray early in the second the weekend.
at the Coaches and quarter. seemed to be enjoying Everybody them- during their gala weekend holiday. Among those enjoying the festivities were

players Dinner last Friday Weeks finished with four selves immensely, but the police the top black American gridiron heroes. Standing left to right are: Paul Gib-
night gave you one thought.Al- touchdown passes and 223 department reported a son, University of Houston; Jerry Levias, Southern Methodist University;
to football.The
corn Lorman came, Miss play crew exhibited yards gained on 14 comple pretty normal weekend. Leroy Keyes, Purdue; 0. J. Simpson, University of Southern California; and

such confidence In their ability Reuben J. Patton, Kodak's Public Relations and Marketing Consultant.
to play the game you had -
to believe them. Everybody ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM, INC.

believes The Braves them now.held Florida OF DADE COUNTY Let Black Officers Police Black Areas ITOLEDO

A&M to minus 93 yards rush- Contact your nearest neighborhood center
ing In rolling to a 36-9 vIc- Ohio Twentyof supply all-Negro crews to and that this Is reflected "in
tory. It was the third worst defeat Center Address the city's 39 Negro policemen ghetto areas.Patrolmen. their lack of respect toward
ever dealt the Rattlers In Culmer-490 N.W. 11th Street are demanding that only William Negro citizens."
the 36-year history of the Brownsville-2741 N.W.49th Street Negro patrolmen be assignedto Mosley
and said
Melvyn Young they
Classic. Liberty City-1900 N.W. 75th Street predominantly Negro areas
Playing the tough oppositionthat Coconut Grove-3743 Grand Avenue (Coconut Grove) because white policemen showa represented Patrolman's the AfroAmerican of- They also said they felt that
they do every year In the Perrlne-17801 'Homestead Avenue (Perrlne) lack of respect for Negro Toledo. League Negro policemen working together -
Classic has caused FAMU to John F. Kennedy-422 S.W. 11th Avenue (Homestead) citizens. within the community
come with a losing record In Opa Locka-2338 All Baba Avenue (Opa Locka) The demands were presented Mosely and Young claimed would stir up less hostility
the annual event. The Rattlers Edison Little River-7467 N.W. 7th Avenue to Chief Anthony Bosch,who that white officers working In among Negroes and better
have lost three more than they South Mlaml-6581 S.W. 59th Place (South Miami) said the force did not have the ghetto areas do not under- serve the community and the
have won. enough Negro officers to stand the Negro community police department.OrangeBlossom.

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You said it baby! jecW

Dade County's 200,000 Negro ,A, ,""f'l'


Packs $160,000,000worth -- ,: ,
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of purchasing Power

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Call it Black Power or Green _

Power, but its Still the Stuff that

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16 !
oz. can
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Fresh from the cool,aging cellars of the brewery. .

lively and light. ., just in time for the Holioays. .(,

691-0421 Stock up! Black Label Beer from Caning.'t1968 .
6530 N.W. 15th

45 CONTINOUS YEARS OF SERVING OUR COMMUNITY Carlinf Brewing Company Atlanta.GaFlorida .

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1 Day Service Alterations I Additions 634.6233, Flo Rms, Baths
FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 634-9251 27th Avenue

r : 691.9151 HENRY'S WINDOW SERVICE 4740 NW 7th REALTY Avenue

ii RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Install, Repair Windows, 754.0655
MORTUARY Operators, Screen, Gloss
5253 NW 7th Avenue Licensed, Free Estimates _
; 754.0681 or 7540682IMPORTEXPORT 635.9869 DRESS SHOPS

5843 NW 17th AvenuePAINTING
HOUSE OF 7 SEAS 696.3515

., BOUTIQUEAfroAsian
.f /f3aEl / .
Fashions &
Jewelry, Perfumes Private Homes our Specialty LORY'S FASHION
Rudy Williams, Director of the EOPI's Liberty City Child Opportunity Arts, Crafts Free Estimates .
Center, receives toothbrushes for all the children at the center. They are 4409 NW 7th Avenue 371.5914 or 633.4765 Martin W. SmithDON'T
being presented by Alton Zucker and Lou Kandal of Post #682 of the Jewish ACCOUNTANTSE.O.CULMER

Public Accountant
Income Tax Notary SR-22' Filed Pay o* You Drive
633.3735 .
5264 NW 24th Avenue CALL 667-1443
Unawareof for appointment
Minority Groups S. L. McNEAL
Bookkeeping & Tax Service ALBERT GREENBERG AGENCY
1730 NW 57th

Opportunities In AdvertisingDETROIT SEWING 691.2114 MACHINE Tropical 5704 Gird Tag'Rood Agency

-- (NIMinority) For some of these agencies, WE'VE MOVED!!!

group people are not aware of !he added, the employment efforts 3 DAYS ONLYWe Magic City & Harlem Cabs
the opportunities in advertising ; "include a tremendous

careers, accordingtoDoug ;amount of experimentation involving oil and*ill adjust clean C Operating the Gtgo Service StationLOCATION

Alligood, president, Group for I nag e n c y training, any sewing 9 9 NEW
Advertising Progress. i government programs, personal machine of, regardless 1501 NW 62 Ste
Alligood, an account execu- consultants s w
minority college conditionCALL NEW 696.6400DRIVERS
tive at Batten, Barton, Durs- ;scholarships, secretarial / PHONE
tine, & Osborne, Inc., of New working
programs, Negro
York, added, that many college recruiting, summer 6851564CAL'S WANTED

minority-group people view intern program, copy Full time or Part-time

the advertising industry nega- courses, and TV careers." Apply at Office

This is happening,the executive -
"So,before we can get them said.', in an American
into personnel offices,we have society which apparently has RESTAURANT-LOUNGE ACTION T.V. Sales & Service
to convince them that the effortis
not significantly changed its
Home of Soul Food (Imparted -
worthwhile," said Alligood attitudes \ towards Blacks in
Beer and Wine Air
) who noted that one of GAP'S" recent A champion of advertising
major thrusts" is "to inform years. career for minority group conditioned' (for your comforts OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMS ..

them about advertising and encourage Why, then, the"sudden flurry members'' Is'Doug Alligood : 'WE REPAIR ALL MAKES -

them to consider a of activity in our (advertising 34-year-old graduate of Brad Owned and Operated by: FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
) business?" ley University, Peoria, Ill,
career in this field.
Class '56, who Isatopaccount COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE <

Because minoritygrouppeople The only reason that mat- executive for Batten, Barton, YOUNGBLOOD STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE

don't imagine they can ters, he answered, is that "it Durstine & Osborne, Inc., national (Dec.27)) CALL NOW: RECORDER
have a career in advertising, is good business to use mi advertising agency.
"they do not even consider it nority-group talent in advertising Alligood deplores the lack of 696-3381 8626 NW 22 Ave.
in their vocational planning," today." Interest and "mlstrist" SAVE UP TO 40%

Alligood said. shown by Black people in the ON
Alligood disputed the notion advertising industryandisdoing AUTO INSURANCE

For the most part,minority that Blacks with the qualifications his part as president of Auto InsuranceLiability Immediate SR-22 Filings
-group people know that there for advertising jobs are Group for Advertising Pro-
difficult if not almost impossible Physical Low Monthly Payments
are few barriers in teachingand gress, to interest more young DamageSR
Civil Service careers because to find."Assuming people in switching to adver- AUTO TAGSDRIVERSLICENSE
of race, he said. 22 Filing
tising as a lifelong career.
for the moment
(NPI Photo). No One Refused
"But they are not aware of that tills once was true--to D. GOODMAN & SONS

opportunities in advertising, day things have changed," the lied services- GOOD DRIVERS KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
and few consider advertisingas advertising man asserted. t Mo Finance Chargeas
a career." --To help create among minority little as Same location for two generations
an awareness of
"Thereare young Black groups 15% OOK'K' 2688 NW 62nd.ST. Phone: 691-0380
He quoted Richard Clarke, people in colleges all across employment opportunities in
president, Richard Clarke Associates theland..andyoungstersmoving advertising.To AT SHE LL'S CITY

an employment and from high school toward -- encourage greater utilization (South Door) ""

recruitment company in New collegeproviding of minoritygrouppeople PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
York that in commercials
specializes in non- and
a vast reservoir of the kinds of
white personnel saying that talent that advertising needs." print advertising to better reflect AGENCY STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
"B 1 a c k people mistrust the the ideal Americanscene. Phone:754-4951

advertising industry." Another good source for 5941 NW 7th Avenue VET TV
Alligood, who has been in
agency talent are the young
The young job seekers whom media and promotional work
Clarke works with"constantlyrank Black and Puerto Rican men for 12 is experienced.. TED FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET
and women who are planning to
advertising at the bottom
of their list ofcareer pre enter the ranks of teachers and as primary contact and plan- ; FLORIST 379-7735
ning advisor or national and Gel 4 a
ferences government professionals,
Alligood noted. Ukni. Florida
regional accounts in the areas
Alligood said."There of marketing, media selection, 346 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN. 9 TO !9 I
On the brighter side,the advertising
and sales promotion.
executive said some is a lot of trainableand

"very dramatic changes"have quallfiable talent among Under New Management 1340 H. w. 7th Avenu.
been taking place in ad these people who have re- CENTRAL BARBERSHOP MI.I. Flerld.i PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
vertising. latable skills. Opening Monday, Dec. 16 't o
Master Barber Wanted i f f' < < CUSTOM MADE

,.. "The industry had departed GAP, which Alligood heads 9455 NW 17th Avenue 'n. PLASTIC FURNITURE
l from the old-line beliefs and has
these goals: 693.1335 SLIP COVERS
we see and hear evidence of .
I this each day on television, -- To encourage advertising .. Ml LONG AVY lASTINft AU6i { '
radio, and in print media, as organizations to provide Nil wuI ItlllTAMTe .
f' we note the marked increase greater employment oppor- my eUAIANTIMOHMS' ,....
In the use of non-white per tunities for minoritygrouppeople

formers." and their services,and dressmaker W. O Pwr* INIP AMMIIIIAll t+ W Npt M
to act as consultant to advertising WE WIRE FLOWERS limit AUDI MM rill eS11NATls S l

. ; A number of New York ad- organizations seeking to 6026 NW 7th Avenue e oiNiotrtAll IMIS SPECIALIZING CAII
' vertising agencies, as as employ these indlvidulas.To New Exclusive, SLIP COVERS NIGNY
; the A merlcan Association of EXCLUSIVELY
Ready to Wear Code 305
" Advertising Agencies "have -- improve the status of Popular Prices flou. of Grctchen
; initiated meaningful steps to minority group persons Better dr..... made to 754-8061
to increase and upgrade measure' Alterations fait
being presently employed by adver-
nonwhite'employment," he tising agencies, corporate ad- and free. '. (Indef) 758-4371 Call 1 anytime_ 24 hour service 374-5082

said. vertising departments,and al- : .V*. -;.I -+,: .' l


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Business And Profess/0 anal Women To Step I/o Community Servicedrives

The National Association of The group .
Negro Business & Profes- to endorse efforts resolutions of wo and home and rule getting for out the vote Fifty clubs reported a total sons, mainly Junior High, Bishop College, Life Member-
residents of
Women's Clubs at the men of 50,000 hours given to ser- School students In the organi-
sional seeking public office and the District of ship luncheon, the Presidents'
convention recently held in advancement in private enterprise vice more than 35,000 per- zation's main project t "De- luncheon, at which awards for

Dallas, Texas, voted to step up ; endorsed inclusion of FOR SALE velopment Equal and Enrich- club service and activities

programs geared to promoting Negro history in public and North Miami Beach VACANT ing." were given.
educational, cultural and per parochial schools curricula Special activities, In addi-
sonal development among programs of the Office of Economic ; $900 DOWN FH A MOVE RIGHT IN tion to the productive work
and endorsed efforts Drive shop sessions, Included a pub
people Opportunity by
young and the National 3 bedroom 2 bath : 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, CBS
to raise the economic Business / lic meeting and reception at
League room, central heat 6118 NW 5th AVENUE Choice 99th St. area, air-
status of black women and increase program of Technical ,
Assis- conditioned central heat
lovely carpeting, drapes 2 large houses ,
their participation in tance to disadvantaged small on BRAND NEW built-in kitchen and fenced
the mainstream of communitylife. businesses; approved BPW- closing ,carport, plus 50x150 ft. lot$2,500down$135mo. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH yard,screen .REAL
sponsored voter registration HOMES BEAUTY.

GWEN MARGOLIS 1 mgt. t- No qualifyingCall Under Construction * *

1 'lo Realtor Owner: 154-4484 9280 NW 12th Avenue 9648 Little River Blvd.

949-4541 I 9300 NW 12th Avenue 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, beau
iy 1366 NW 96th Street tiful big lot. FHA terms.

oll4StarsH20His PAL T 940 NW 43rd Street * *

$1,000 Down FHA

( TM fire Band ear otlbnanu REAL TV Priced For D.tolls from ,$25,700 Call 2 lovely CBS houses on corner
ALLONUONGPUY 1 : lot. Like brand new.
ci GOSPEL GKATS 1 TheOosoalHarmoRtttssxwmiciexir/ AETNA REALTY Vacant, move In.ALLAPATTAH.

12 RECORD 1 / BROKER c 811 NW 54th Street

,,, ze "" swan terertonan Phone: 757-5724 REALTY

.futtetgeretsad OPE 7 DAYS Y Exclusive Agent Realtors 6330426INCOME

f; afro t .
TMhstitunonal Choir 4
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; .,,;5 mi munition Hnoirtananandlin NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT INI!

". a............... Very 3 bedroom SPECIALSBETTER
neat 2 bath frame home at 720
NW 53rd St. Large Flo room, large front
WILL LIVE FOREVER porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices, THAN BUYING A HOUSE
Imgin.IIII.nlnto 14of the all time greats of Gospel Music each tinging one of
Nvr hit greatett before Mte..all h.1 there on been two such of the an amaZlhgi mOlt beautiful. money Cotptl saving Sides opportunity.ever created You drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Price 2 DUPLEXES MAKE 4 UNITS $800 DOWN EA.
tuch never to be forrott."gospel great a* Got a Hold On Me' only $10,000. Reasonable down and term .
payment modern
'Don't Be Afraid; J'V the t.ight'm Trying Lord." "When Trouble : Large bedroom opts with huge
Comes'Leaning On *," end 14 morel On and on they go. .One great
hit after the other. . One great Mar after the other. ..More than one tedar-lined walk-In closets and other luxu-
Rout of dowel M usic et Its very. best. You can't ly appreciate how NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN! ::
Beautiful It it without hearing Send for it today" ries.
---- Nice 3 bedroom home at 1876 NW 93rd Terrace.*"';
r----- FOUR UNITS $2,100 DOWN UP
Dept. M* ,
I n Please rush by return mall postpaid the 14-----1 I Florida roor:, cackled porch, 'pump K wlIrf for'' .;1 1 or 2 bedroom opts, modern and In top con
Music.Enclosed I* S2.98 end Gold Medal gross fenced **
delighted or you will refund my money patio, awning window- ca4i dition./ / Seller pays closing/ ,costs.
I O Kindly... Ship C.O.D. Collect on delivery .42.98 plus P.p.. C.O.O. I I Heine"r,." stove,'-refrigerator Prl roniv' v$10.000.: ** SUPPOSE you buy a house for $300 down
I, I Q Pie.Catalog...send me .Fr.."Gold MedII' Hair Beauty and Goioel I l Low: down payment' and reasonable monthly l .payments, !! ., and $100 a month. How much does It

I OR-I NO RED TAPE cost? Plenty I $36,300.
I N.m........._._.........__...__.__............................... I II Beautiful waterfront CBS IN SUPPOSE you buy a fourplex for $2,100
I Add'.ss.........?_-__......_.._.M.N.NMNN............._w..P_......_. I II fruit trees, fenced, tile roof on Fla landscaped room, built-in lot/ down and $200 a month. How much does
it ? !
City..................-......_.......____..._..sut................_..... I stove, refrigerator, awnings, jalousie windows, cost Nothing/ It returns your down
..._ payment more because it is income
--- -- ------ wall to wall carpetinpcarport, 2 pumps and wells
property. Let us explain this magic
for grounds. Beautifully furnished. Price toyou.
$15,000 reasonable TRIPLEXES $800 DOWN, UP
payment and $125 III o. 2 available both
CARLTON REAM pays everything. Must see to appreciate.

30T4 NW 79 STREET BROKER :.; SELLER" PAYS A LL.C LOIN G COSTS /1.'?s,: r Several to choose among, pick your area
Modern 3 bedroom' CBS and style.
carport, rearporch, ter- ;
693-4772 .?:., CALF 635 -3111 , rauo floor*, sprinkler:system ,with, pump and well;,". PAN-AM REALTY Realtors
{ JaloMl ,windows, 901 'heat, appllancei. FHA. " 1149 S.t W.' 8th STREET PHONE: 313-4111
FHA-CBS. Large corner, no closing costs, 2 <.prictl4,500' , $450 down and $?7,01 "' 'On t&",::: ,'.'-'z';:
bedroom, 1 bath, !liv rm, kitch, din area, ut rm, .
$9,975, $600 down, $15 month pays all. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

FHA-CBS. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din rm, Ige Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS; jalousie windows, Inc. of Mianii.
floors fenced wall wallcarpeting King Realty
kitch terraizo large yard, to
carport, BarB-Q, fenced, CBS workroom, .
heat. This well kept home is a bargain -
Seller pays closing costs. $15,200, $700 down, Siu BUYI.'REALTORS 8000 NW' 7tli
$125 mo. pays all. at $14,500 FHA, $450 down and 97.01 mo. DADE ISOUR COUNT Ave.KINGDOM .

FHA TERMS. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din rm, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS '

kitch, closed porch, ut rm, carport, extras. No Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Tremendous CALL

closing costs.$1 1,500, $650down, $96 mo. pays all. screened patio/ 15x30 swimming pool, newly
landscaped 75x125 grounds, sprinkler/ system, 6932881
HOME & INCOME FHA CBS Tile rf, terr. fenced, wall to wall carpeting, beautiful drapes

firs, front-3 bdrms, 1 bath, study rm, liv rm, din and cornices, decorated bar. Oil heat, sidewalks,

area, modern kitch, closed ut rm, work area. Rear2 city sewer. Must be seen) FHA price $19,500,
bdrm, 1 bath, kitch,din rm $19.500, $1500 down, $900 down and $128.42 month. Mutt be


WE HAVE OTHERS Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large, beautifully
landscaped, fenced corner, 15x25 swimming pool,
double size/ carport, awnings, awning windows,
sprinkler system, central) heat and air conditioning / 795 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

FOR wall to wall carpeting. FHA $19.500, $900 Gorgeous corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage,
down and $128.42inonth. Outstanding beauty. double carport, FHA. $1,000 down, $600 dp vets.
Sprinklers/ well and pump.
Outstanding 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with ,every 9800 NW 19 AVENUE

LIVE RENT FREE thing. Screened In 33x16 swimming pool, 44x12 Zoned for nursery or home. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
QUALIFYING covered patio, beautifully' landscaped, fenced In-- double carport, ''wall to wall carpeting, well,

((1)) 2125 NW 58th St. Live rent free. CBS grounds, built-in/ kitchen, dishwasher, central pump and sprinklers/ utility, FHA $800 down,

duplex. heat, awnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc. vets $500.
FHA price $23,500, $1,700 down and $150.52 mo. WATERFRONT POOL BEAUTY
((2)) 1529 NW 51st Terr.-$500 down, 2houses 1011 NW 81 STREET
on I i lot. WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carpeting, drapes, built-in

Modern duplex at 6345 N.Miami/ Ave. Florida room, range andoven.
((3)) 4023 NW 20th Ct. $500 down, houses tile roof, gas heat, air conditioners, furniture, appliances .*. NO QUALIFYING ***

on one lot. FHA price$16,500$600 down, $113.93-
mo. Rent one side and live in the other rent free 1050,NW 91 STREET '
((4)) 1293 NW 44th St. $500 down, houses 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, utility room, only
on one lot. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES $111 month for this bargain.

((5)) 2451 NW 95th Terr. $1,000.down.. 2 3145 NW 193 TERRACE
$100 DOWN !IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING Beautiful 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting/ ,
on one
central heat, Flo room, built-in range and oven,

((6)) 559-561 NW 58th St. -$750 down. 3 houseson garage, awnings, well, pump and sprinklers./ $102
month pays all.
one lot. ....
1877 NW 93rd TERRACE

((7)) 3207 NW 68th St. House. $200 down. REALTYBROKER 2 bedroom, stove-refrtgerator, well and. pump,

fenced. Low down payment.
((8)) 3244 NW 68th St. House. $200 down. '
((9)) 4112 NW 11th Ct. House. $200 down. 4932 NW 7th Ave. Restaurantequipment already in.Call;: us for rms.
Will with
rent option to buy.
((10)) 3168 NW 68th St. House. $200 down.

((11)) 1213 NW 68th Terr. House. $200 down. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN ,
We specialitt in homes for
persons being displaced
Ford Realty Inc., Broker ,; s In Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing '

Projects. Veterans call to see If you qualify

3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595: YOI'" oily a phonecall away.

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adults $20 week. Will sell $274,00 $333.00 2377 NW 95th Terrace

20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. It? FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ..10HU. cheap. $100 down. NE 5-5566. Age 201/2-33. by experienced li
nurse,and trained per-
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. v 1 bedroom apt. Furnished. LIFEGUARD I Free pickup and de

Friday p.m. and Sat. 121NW. $215,00 $274.00 especially north of 79th

I FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE 70th St. (Adults only). Age 20 33. Serving Opa-locka for

INCOME PRO PER T Y. 2 FHA $800 down, $118.16 Fabulous Location ARK GOLF Information, call 696-
HOUSES ON LARGE LOT. month Modern duplex. Both 2445 NW 168th Street, asking MECHANIC I days, evenings 693-0242.
MOVE IN NOW. 3 BEDROOMSAND sides with bedroom and Fla. $3400 down, $93 monthly, 3 Furnished apt. with yard and

LARGE FLA. ROOM room, tile roof, terrazzo,' bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, porch. For information call Age$227.20 21 --50.$273.60 CITY OF OPA'-LOCKA
OTHER HOUSE RENTED. floors Jalousie windows ap- fenced, many extrasS Block, OX12426. Starting
$1500.00 DOWN 1046 NW 59 pliances for both apartments.On (Broker), 751-9618 or624- ELECTRICIAN POLICE OFFICERS
Street. 531-0113 huge 153X110 ft. Cornor 7371 evenings. $519.75 month
$248,80 $286.40 per
lot TUBIN Realtors, 7906 NW Room 1773 NW 51st Terr. -
CORNER BEAUTY 7th Ave Phone: 691-4785. JOINED, 2 STORES 20X 80, 696-3273. $444.16 per month
$600 DOWN
3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida $73 Month Pays All RE- HIALEAH APARTMENTS TRUCK DRIVERS
room, refrigerator, built-in $200 dowi, buys nice small 2 SONABLE TERMS 693-2509., No children 1 and 2 bedroom I $365 per month
stove, drapes, carpet, fenced. bedroom CBS Total only$8,500 apartments include refrigeator $168,00 $211.00 Information
Total $16,500. FHA A. Ben-KoriRealtor, AVON PRODUCTSBIG range, unfurnished, re Age 18 50. -LOCKA CITY HALL
GEM REALTY anytime, 759-2425. AFTER painted. Water free. 1 bed- 777 Sharazad Blvd.
945-2722 Realtors room $18 week or $69 month. PAINTER
6938 NW 2nd Avenue CHRISTMAS SALE $227.20 $273.60 -
2 bedroom $20 week or $79
FIRST TINY DOWNI! Drive by. Home and businessor Call 633- 4220 for quickde- month. Convenient to shopping Age 21 50.

duplex. A 3 bedroom, 1 bath livery. After 3p.m. all day, and working areas around H iaI ROUTE SALESMAN
$4300.00 Total and 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Roomto Friday and Sat or Sunday I leah Hi-Lo Apartments, 2490 UTILITY MAN starting salary plus

,'--. FOR BOTH HOUSES! build more Parking In rear. N.W. 4th Ct. #1 Hialeah. Mgr. $197,60 $248.80 bi- mi I s sion. Progressive
3716990. $18,000 total. Make offers. A, Mrs Williams 887-0763. Age 18 55.WASTE. increases, unlimited
Ben-Kori, Realtor, anytime, GET BEAUTIFUL HATS FOR I opportunities,
$600 DOWN FHA 759-2425. CHRISTMAS ALL SHAPES, day week, paid holidays
$131 a month pays all.Beau- SIZES AND COLORS.$2,75 up $2,16 hour. Age paid vacations good
;: Nice rooms for rent, reason- per ,
tiful 2 bedroom, Florida room, Call Minnie Brewton 6961612or
Income Property 1 I able rates. Call 691-9091. plan, free life in
garage, close to every- House with efficency. $1,000 :_ go by 2910 N.W, 67th st. LABORER and free hospital

thing. down $60,00 month $6,500 "FHA Young career girl has duplex $1.97 per hour. Age 18 Apply: National
AlA REALTY total price 4034 NW 23rd Ave. 3 bedroom CBS, in a lovely I r to share with same 635-6970. Apply Personnel mien Service, 1950 NW
751-1402 888-2759 after 5 p.m. area in the 90's. Large lot, Avenue.
Miami Beach City Hall,
$2700.00 TOTAL PRICE LIVE RENT FREE facing canal, carport, Fla!: 3i'i'5"N,:W, 65th Street. 2 bedroom Washington Avenue,
porch, plus many nice features; unfurnished. $20 wk.
FOR HOME AND LOT ON Beautiful 1 bedroom 1 bath Beach, Florida.
MAIN STREET! TERMS! 371- each side.. Fenched yard, Price $16,000, $200 down to) 373-7973.
windows walkto vets, others higher,plus small 1 1
bus and church. $350 down. closing costs. Shown by appointment -,
Beautician wanted. Supreme OR FEMALE
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath $108 month pays all. For de- only FensterRealty Wig and Beauty Salon 9110NW

screened porch, fenced yard, tails call, Broker 759-8779. 17th Avenue. Call 691-9392 or ENGINEERING NEEDS
sprinklers, close to bus,shop- Realtor-Phil Perry, Inc. (DRAFTSMAN)
751-7449 (Dc. 13))
2 bedroom home all I I
ping, FHA $300 down, $80.78 $231.00 $290.00 0
month, Veteran or displaced 642-0461 furnished, lovely location, Barber wanted Supreme Bar- Age 19-50.
person $100 down.Atlantic and near schools, shopping, etc., ber Shop 5552 N.W. 17th Ave
Pacific Realtors, 666-0411. WASHINGTON PARK No FHA conventional only,, (Dec.20)) BUILDING P
new 3 bedroom 1 bath, car- Good terms. Drive by 766 NW GIRL FRIDAYEXPERIENCED
48 NW 68 ST port, Vets $200 down $120 59th St. Then call us to show. TYPISTTo Age 18 --40 E
Open Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. Nice month. See 1438 NE 152 St. Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- work in real estate alloca-

CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath Fin. TU- 87583 8779. tion department 5 days a week. SECRETARY ,. .R

room, garage, fenced, beauti- (Jan 3)) Salary open. Call 891-0702 or $202.00 $252,00 < .
landscaped, fine area $350 1275 NW 37th Street 1450 123'St.
apply NE from
3911 NW 171st Street Gorgeous 2 bedroom carpet Age 18-55.. 20)I" A,
down, $94 month. Veteran or ,I 10-12:30 and 5-6:30 p.m. Ask
"* displaced person $100 down Beautiful 3 large bedrooms, 2 air-conditioned. FHA terms., for Herb Rubin CLERK '
Atlantic & Pacific Realtors baths, CBS. tile roof,air-con- See call owner,.693-2631. TYPIST' T
666-0411. didtioned, stove,refrigerator, $177.00 $221.00 -
sprinkler system, fenced in t i 4222 NW 11th Place Elderly lady on pension tot Age 17 55. 40 WPM 0NOiv

"FHA" rear yard, awnings all around 3 bedroom, dining room,'best t t t make home with working Apply Personnel
2 bedroom CBS, large Fla. and lots, lots more Total buy. $750 down.See call owner I mother 757-0292. Miami Beach City Hall,

room, garage, plus many fine Price $16,000,00, downpay- 6932631. MEDICAL SECRETARYOR Washington Avenue, R
features. This beauty only
ment to suit you.Drive by then Beach, Florida.
$15,000 $100 down to vets,or call Aenta Realty (Broker), 3030 NW 58th Street S
others $350.Callus to show. 811 N.W. 54th St., Phone: 757- 2 bedroom CBS, FHA terms, DOCTORS RECEPTIONIST
Close in. Fenster, Realty, 5724, Open 7 days. see call owner 6932631. I No age limit I excellent Income MISCELLANEOUS
Broker, 759-8779. keep present job while Draperies taken
training. For free informa-
530 NW 69th StreetFantastic 2380 NW 141st Street cleaned, decorator folded .EXPERIENCI NECEJSARV
"FHA" buy! Two houses, CBS 3 bedroom CBS, like new FHA tion, mail coupon to renting.. Lustra-tone DraP. FULL I'AY.WttlJ.e TRNIN9ftfffe |
2 bedroom Duplex extra large swimming pool, terms. See call owner 693- Service, 887-8022. ( '
This excellent CBS duplex with air-conditioned. FHA total 2631. ALFA 905 Buena Vista sta- "
2 bedrooms on each plus many price $18,000.00-$1,200.00 tion Miami, Fla. 33137 Announcing "Tupperware" '
1 the latest In kitchen half day Saturdays
fine features will make a NAME-
you downpayment, monthly, $116. 101 W 84th St. and 110 NW downtown location
fine home plus income.Price ADDRESS Become a dealer and
: Seeing is believing. Aetna 85th St. Brand new magnificent Feud! OPMrtwilrv gm.tow
$19,400 $900 down payment Realty (Broker), 811 N.W. 54 3 bedroom, 2 bath homes. money. Your
for this is
area Mrs.
plus closing cost.Drive CITY
St., Phone: 757-5724, Open 7 Both homes have tile roof,ter-
69 1. 49 61. Call
by 3101 NW 9th Avenue then or
razzo floors, Florida room,
call us. Fens ter Realty, STATE hostell parties, clubs, DUE
garage, patio's, central heat etc. NATIONAL, EUROPEAN
Broker 759-8779. groups
157 N.W. 45th St. 4 bedroom, and air, beautiful built-in kit- EXPANSION PROGRAM

Attention Investors 1 bath plus 1 bedroom and 1 chens. Priced from $22,500 PHONEAGE dec-27 Mrs. Alice Jenkins
Excellent Income PropertyWe bath can be used as rental. terms. If you really want the EXECUTIVE- SECRETARY of the Supreme Wig and WMS HAS

have a terrific value for FHA $17,000.00, downpay very best call Aetna Realty Young attractive, neat appearance i Salon, 9110 N.W. 17th Ave
anyone looking for a good future ment $700.00, seller pays all (Broker), 811 NW 54thSt., Ph. Must be able to pick now located at Hare
and a good return on their closing costs. Fenced rear 757-5724, open 7 days. up on detail first time around.I
investmetn 18 units all yard, large kitchen, over FOR Salary open. 5 days a week. Ave. Phone 691-9072.
furnished. We have much to 2,000 square feet of house. SALE Call 891-0702 appointment --

talk about it, so if interested, Bring deposit when you seet SINK AND CABINET, TYPE- or apply 1450 NE,123rd St., CLEANERS & AGGRESSIVE
how about a call for all information his one Aetna Realty WRITER AND STAND. CALL From 10-12:30 and 5-6:30 pm TAKE YOUR MANAGER TRAINEESRELOCATE
Fenster Realty, (Broker), 811 N.W. 54th St., 754-4479. Ask for Herb Rubin. 1 WHERE THEY WILL

r Broker, 759-8779. Phone: 757-5724, Open 7days. $600 DOWN FHA (CEIVE SPECIAL CARE TO OTHER AREASOR
Turquoise sofa sectionals with 2116 N.W. 96th. Terrace-2 $131 a monthpaysall.Beau HROWARO COUNTY

matching tables and lamp bedroom, CBS bargain-$11, tiful 2 bedroom, Florida room, MEN AND JOBS WOMEN TREAT U RITE NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

Spring and mattress set, dining 500,00 total price,$ 500.00 garage, close to everyting. 18 to 55 Corner N.W. 62 Street WE WILL GIVE YOU:
room buffet, floor lamp, down, low, low monthly pay- AlA REALTY __ and 22 Ave RESPONSIBILITY
kitchen curtains and drapes; ment-why pay rent? Move today 751-1402 Start as high as $4680 first RAPID GOOD STARTING ADVANCEMENT PAY'HOSPITALIZATION

374-7865. 1031 S.W. 8th Avenue Aetna Realty (Broker), FOR RENT year United States Citizens PIT BAR-B QUE YEAR ROUND VACATION EMPLOYMENTPAID
only Grammer school education '
811 NW 54th Street Phone; Lovely 1 bedroom for 1 or 2! COMPLETE MEALS TO PROFIT SHARING PLAN
usually sufficient.
... 757-5724, Open 7 days. adults. Good location. $22 Keep HOME STYLE. THE i FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
2 Car Garage per your present job while train- MARRIED MEN PREFERRED
Drive by 160 N.W. 69th St. Speculators and Investors 55566. Ing. For free Information and COME FOR MORE.
Lovely 2 bedroom custom- 5140 N.W. 12th Avenue-Two -Cottage. Furnished. list of positions for which we APPLY LUMS

built home, and two-story gar houses, total price $9,000,00- nice and clean. Very train Call In Miami 758-0501 TREAT U RITE
age apt in rear. $21,000 total $700.00 down, one mortgage Deposit required or mail Coupon to ALPHA 905 TAKE OUT FOOD
$1200 down FHA.A. Ben-Kori, N.W.sect ion.758- Buena Vista Station Miami Corner
pays off in less than 10 years- 9062 after 6 N.W. 62 Street
Realtor, anytime, 759-2425. $100.00 monthly. Absolutelyno p.m. Florida 33137 Ave. Open Friday and General Office

East qualifying, like money in the' Room. Quiet. Reasonable rent Name day 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Expressway. 2 bed- bank. Aetna Realty (Broker, for middle age man. Prefer- Address

..> room, CBS,,closed 811 N, W. 54th Street Phone: able one that works during day. Cif.State CHILD CARE
J J() Bisc.
,tF, completly front porch, large furnished fenced,yard FHA., 757-5724, Open 7 days. 759-3360 Phone AgeMALE" ----- 5 months thru 5 years. .

s price $12,500, $400 down, 1621 NW 58 Street- Lot zoned 1370 N.W. 6th Avenue Beautiful OR FEMALE pickup and delivery. For

$83.53 month.TUBINRealtors, for apartments, kindergartenor room for working girl. Silk and wool presser,experienced ther I n for mat Ion, TO II A.M. t TO *M
7906 NW 7th Ave. Phone 691- church. Call owner Hollywood woman or man. Call in person only. 12$ and 24?. Call 7582472.
t 4785. 987-4668 after 6 p.m. after 6 p.m. 945-7161. (Indef.) (Dec.

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/ ReflectionWhere LOST LOVE

the Gulf of Mexico Across A New Hampshire's/ rolling hunchback hills,
Makes a border line runs and calls her love to me
South and west, the currents shift Then To take strolls through valleys,, dyed with daffodils
Ruffle and combine. our secret pathway to the sea.

Breaking into foaming -wavesin But ', age-locked, within my chair/ of pain POET'SCORNER
Winever skip with her
a mystic manner, along
Or roam out trails' WSS
They resume erratic moves Nor have her again in fresh ,
Like a wind-blown banner. once more within my reach. By GENE GRIENER

people come to meditate Against the moon a shadow silhouette/
the billows separate. Appears and stands a sad and 1M -
Where It is. a rn.n.. .. '1..... .r._.._ ____ __. lonely shape;
- --"
.v kitat : I/HIC arc,
/ can not drown within the /juice of MOMENTThe
grape. Immortal Titan
star of moment fell
A-J LABOR Outside, I hear my lost love's plaintive call; on Island, mussel, shell,
NO FEE Driven, Men My room grows cold like late New Hampshire fall. and inch of sun and pine,
with cars, Fork lift, Labor This eulogy and poetic tribute to martyred Dr. on spider's webbed design.
en, vVarenou>emen. $$$ Humility Martin Luther Klnr, Jr., one of America's greatest And I was holding taughtto
Doily. Open 5:30 a.m. apostles of brotherhood and symbol of the American
Humility is termed the low, but deep see the shorescape caught
A-l And sturdy basis of all virtues blessed M gro's struggle for Justice and dignity, was composedfor upon the world stuck fast

with inborn tendencies that always the Sunday Post by a Lynn school teacher, Anthony before the page went past.
EMPLOYMENTRestaurant To Cama, who called the Christian leader "an Immortal
peace-wrought humbleness I held a frozen song,
Hotel) Titan in the tight for civil rights in AmericaifBLACK
stressed.Its the forest dark an long
Domestic, Factory
is the nest of a bird's
language a quietness unique cry
534 N. MIAMI AVENUE For it conveys, enforces and procures, Imprinted on the sky.I .

Without conjolement's flattery ..Us cheek- Black is the mourning flag that shrouds this land, held it all togetherupon

Its undue compliments -- its overtures The torch of freedom lifts its anguished cry, the thinking's weather,
CocaColaBOTTLING Humility is free from all pretense. For Martin Luther King is still of voice and hand them impotent and slow,

The wellsprings of its need is GOQ.:;:,roved. And storms of sorrow cloud the starlit skyl I I saw the moment go.Daniel. ....
CO. An inward harmony is recompense. Within this nation's heart our millions weep, Smyth

An outward gracefulness is honor-grooved. For Martin Luther King, a man of fate,
Route Humility exemplifies with ease And few shall be the spirits who will sleep FOG HAIKUThe

By character-examples primed to please. Until each slave has marched through freedom's gatel) threads of dream plunge

SalesmanSalary Let every native son stand up and sing, into the trees and the waves,

Lydia 0. Jackson America . America . O, land of liberty.Let knowing they are one.
while every churchbell raise its voice and ring .
training HELP That God bade every man to stand erect and free. Our worlds can be lost
WANTED MALE in this engulfing cloud-bank:
For Martin Luther King, a black eternal flame,
Must be 21 or over BANK PORTER we try to find them.
Cried out to all the world, be free at last.
and a resident of Permanent position. 2 p.m. shift, 5 day week. Drivers Wood tunnel
I Thank God, almighty I Blessed be God's name . path (green )
theGreater license required. Excellent employee benefits. Apply We shall overcome . We are free at lastl hung with the scarf of the fogis -
i I personnel dept. there no ending

I Miami MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK Anthony Cams Voices are the bright stars

Area (Equal Opportunity Employer) penetrating the gray fog-

Apply in person at: 531.0711 1651 Alton Road an answer period.

301 NVf 29th Street Miami Beach I Moon FlowersSix

between 10 a.m.
mornings out of sevenI Favorite RoomOne
and 3 p.m. FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP pass bya

Monday through Friday Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. great clump of moonflowers room in my gentle grandparent's place
Was much more cheerful for me to be in:
Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation growing on the south side of a house:
I talked to them there with smiles on my face
permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18 Vines with great gray leaves, And listened to tales of the oncehadbeen.The .
and white blossoms still
or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls the early sunlight.We wide openin stove, with its crackling woodburningsound

please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW ,

1st Ave. Ask for Mr. Findley. The cupboard that held unusual things;
A hand-made table that was bike.wheel round
have on the south side of our house alsoa
And sturdy chairs with rungs wearing rings.
great clump of moonflower vines ,
:, "D
The clock on a shelf kept tick-tocking time
that in other years
While ruffled white curtains were silently
MALE LAUNDRY HELP bloomed as beautifully as these. ,"
I Micmicking leprechauns in pantomime,
But this :
Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good year, That constantly kept on welcoming me.
PAN AMERICAN wages. Production bonus. Excellent com thought the leaves have grownin My grandparents kitchen as I recall
'gray luxuriance as before
WORLD AIRWAYSThe pany benefits, paid vacation, permanent job. there are no flowers. Was truly my favorite room of all.

Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No Because of some mysterious blight,
World's Most phonecalls please. National Linen Service. where should be moon-reflecting olossoms Craig

Experienced Airline 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley. .though_ _____the._ _leaves have Cu'.a grown JOURNEY TO THE STARS
NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES I in gray luxuriance as oeiore, Storms make tender spirits bleed.
there are no flowers.
Oh, for grace to use
Because of some mysterious blight
OPENING OUR HEADQUARTERSOn where should- Every heartache in the night,

To All Dec. 16, 1968 there are only black and withered Every pain and bruiseAs
At Hallandale near Hollywood Blvd. fragments. a stepping stone to faith,
Six Continents Irma Wassail. Aiming that much higher,
We have immediate need of experienced personnel for:
Must be minimum Filing. Typing, General Office Work Gaining strength from upward flight
age Molded the fire.
20. 553" by
Height to BOOKKEEPERS: Salt Journal Cash Receipt Journal.
Weight 105 to 140 lb.. Good Accounts Receivable. Perpetual Inventory.! He. Courage gained through vld r's scars
health. Good vision. Must Salary Commensurate with ability LOVE REFINED Paves the journey to the stars.
be high school graduate. Apply at: KENNEDY & COHEN INC. Viola Jacobson Berg
Knowledge of foreign : .
a Melveme, N.Y.K
language. 1145 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Your lips that never smile
Mon. thru Fri. 3 to 7 P.M.
dance to tune
nor tongue
Ask for Mr. Dial X
have known tile's harsh quicksand
Wednesday, Dec. 18
where love once died unsung. WHO ARE THEY

For interview tppolntmtnt I ( [tinnnnitntnmntninniunintiiiiinititiininiiitiuuKiiiHelp For I can see the pain
II You can't do this, you can't do that,
Cull I cradled beneath your eyes; THEY say that it is wrong.
Pan Am 637-2778 IAn WantedCooks I deep lines where hope has been just who are THEY I'd like to know

Equal Opportunity Empleyer I and left false alibis. That always sings this song?
A Plan for Progress i And there are paths of gray Is there a name to this fine group,
Company I I zigzagging through your hair; Or is it one or two
i Cashiers, I one finger of your hand That always starts to cause a fuss
I wears band of white dispalr. About the things you do

Hostesses, I too now wear life's brands THEY sayl THEY say! You've heard it said. *
MEN e i on face, on heart, and mind; I'd like to know their names,
Waiters but love for you is new But THEY remain anonymousTo
Waitresses, i that time and pain refined. add more fuel to flames.Miami .

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