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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: December 20, 1968
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Vol. 46, No. 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1968 1 j

Arrington Named City Judge J ""I"IJUDGE

7 1 I Pr:55S: Jones Resigns To Accept 1. 'I

ti High Government Post :

." .ri "'- \ court, as the appointee of Mrs.

iI 1 4 Range as she has been an inspiration -
l +I1 Ti to me as well as to
; our community. My relations
with the court personnel and
/: i t hi my experiences in that court

generally have convinced me
that Miami and Dade County
generally is ready for Judges
from th e Negro Community
J i who can sit with impartiality

and without bias. I am certainthe ,
amiable relationships thatI

Judge Donald Wheeler developed while serving In
Jones, of the Municipal Court that court will not only remain
> of the City of Miami has resigned Intact as a matter of personal
..} . his position as Judgeto satisfaction and pleasure, but
'. will also be of
accept a high level positionwith
the U. S. Government. in my new position." JUDGE DONALD W. JONES I

'. t.. ;;."I'.. Jones was appointed last year
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by City Commissioner Atha-

lie Range. Stokely for Whatever It
His new duties will be that
tffn Qrbfi tlnn of a community relations
specialist assigned to the Mi-
ami area and will be with the Takes for Liberation

Community Relations Serviceof .
May the true spirit of the First Christmas shine the U.S.Department of Jus
ATLANTA. We are for should be exclusively black..

brightly in your heart today and every day.Poverty tice.His assigned task will Involve revolution and violence.Yes,I "I have a proclivity for the
former all-black he said in
mean killing. Whatever it ,
._____ __ .__ _.....,_.....,....., basically, community
-.t.-teae acsase --....-_--aprsae....._---syoescr e--sane-yne_...-_-- relations and organization to takes to get our liberation,r m answer to a question. "I think
for that." the color conflict transcends )
effectuate alleviation of urban
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: ; Black power advocate .
Employees AssuredOf effecting\ minority Stokely Carmichael made the He said be thought sympathetic :
people in the Dade 'County -
statement at Emory Univer- whites{ should try to
area. sity her as he outlined his soften the white majority's attitude -
Henry H. Arrington promi-
plans for a new society in as the two groups move
nent local attorney, was appointed
Job Protection by Commissioner America.He tation."toward" a physical confron

Range to fill the unexpiredterm. said he wanted a society
"free of racism and capitalism
Eoprs 810 employees will was not necessarily familiar nance which served to exemptall While assigned to the Dade but "that does not
get at least the same benefits with." or part of EOPI's em- County area, Jones will be acting mean it would be communismor COMING NEXT WEEK
under Metropolitan Dade It was feared by many EOPI ployes. as Regional Director for socialism. That would be a
County that they now have,the employes that their special But Commissioner Carroll the Southern Region of the problem of economics."
Metro Commission decided status in federal programs disagreed with Reeves,saying United States which comprises He declined to be more THE URBAN LEAGUE'SNEW
Tuesday.The would make their benefits less 95 per cent of the EOPI em- Mississippi, Alabama, Ten- specific.An .
commision at than they are now.Commissioners. ployes had voiced support for
urg- nessee,Georgia and Florida.In advocate of armed revolution THRUSTIN
ing of Mrs. Marie S.Carl J,exe- the county takeover.
O'malleyand commenting upon his ten by Negroes, Carmichael -
However a of
cutive director survey
EOPIand Carroll ushered along the ure in the municipal court, 27, said the biggest
than 30 percent of EOPFs em THE GHETTO
Garth C. Reeves, editor of the passage of the exempt status Jones said, "I shall always be question in the world today is
ployes recently showed that
Miami Times and president for EOPI employes. The ordi- proud that I served in that whether his "revolution"
of the United Black Federa- more than half of those ques-
vote of 9-0
nance passed by a
tioned bid growing apprehen-
tion, adopted Commissioner -
Alex Gordon's motion. following a lengthy hearing. sions about the takeover of the

Joining Gordon in favoringthe Editor Reeves told the Commission poverty takeover of the i
motion were Commissioners that the black com poverty program by Metro
Earl Starnes, Hardy munity has become increas- Dade County, thus supportingtheUBFpresident'sstate

Matheson, BenShepard, ingly concerned about the -
Harold Greene and Mayor county takeover and the ordi- ment.

Chuck Hall. Dissenting were
Commissioners Arthur Pat

ten O-Malley., Earl Carroll, and Tom Ford foundation Gives

The ordinance adopted by
the Commission also exempted -
from classified service in $3.5 million To Center

the county, all employes of

federally-subsidized such as EOPIand Model programs for Community Change t

Cities. -
EOPI, led by Mrs.Carl,bit- NEW YORK.-A major new Poverty, the Citizens Advo-
terley opposed this measureas national organization has been cate Center(both of which have
being "unnecessary at this formed to provide community received previous support I-
time" groups in urban and rural low- from the Foundation), and the
Reeves told the commissionthat income areas with wide rangeof Social Development Corp.
the ordinance could serveto technical assistance on The Foundation announced a
discriminate against the practical programs of change, $3.5 million grant for the new
black citizens of Dade County it was announced Monday by Center, culminating discuS- Y
"The county's takeover of the the Ford Foundation. Known as sions that began ten months -----
poverty program," Reeves the Center for Community DOUGLAS ELEMENTARY PTA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
said, "should have been usedas Change, it will also work to focus ago.The president of the Centeris
vehicle for revamping the attention on major national JackConwayformerlyexe- Reflecting on the success of the second meeting of the school year,

discriminatory civil service issues related to poverty and cutive director of the indus- held on December 9, in the school cafetorium, are the Douglas Elementary ,

requirements of the county." to help insure that government trial Union Department of the School PTA Executive Committee for 196869. Shown from left to right are: "."
programs and practices are AFL-CIO and deputy directorof
Mrs. Carl agreed, saying,
"We didn't want the commission responsive to communityneeds. the Office of Economic Op- (Seated) Mrs. Wilhelmenia Johnson, secretary; Mr. William Clarke, Jr., pre '';

to lower the civil ser- portunity. An independent, sident; Mrs. Dorothy Wiggins Adside, principal; Mrs. Gloria Williams, first

vice standards, but to equalize The center has been formed nonprofit organization, the vice president. (Standing) Mrs. Leitha Williams, assistant secretary; Mrs.
through the merger of three Center expects to be assisted
them so that a black man would
Carol Blackmanhistorian; Mrs. Bernice Hall, treasurer Mrs. Patricia Brown ;
not be subjected to tests bas- existing organizations the eventually by other privateand ; ,
Citizens Crusade Against second vice president and Mrs. Pauline Thompson parliamentarian.
ed on a white culture that be government agencies. ; :

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II More than 1,100 students as loans, additional scholar- pal governments and in pri- ;
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families will go to Mlaml- study programs. Last year 10,341 students .
I Dade Junior College free in "Every $1 we can supply is received a total of$2,338,528in
the spring semester. matched four and five times by financial aid.
'I The college's Board ofIl federal aid," Masiko said.The Masiko said ,that to qualify
Trustees last week approved waivers will actually qua- for the tuition waiver, a stu- 4M
a waiver of tuition fees after druple the college financialaid dent must be from a family
Il President Peter Masiko Jr. resources. whose income is at or below
said Miami-Dade can't meet Among the largest aid pro- federally established poverty
all its legitimate requests for grams is the work-study pro- levels.
financial aid "because we just ject in which the federal gov- "Even when we give free
don't have the money." ernment puts up $4 for every tuition we find it's still not
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In VietnamThe EEDC Lt

The deaths of two Dade sold- killed in action. He died Dec.I
iers in Vietnam have been announced 13. I
by the Department of FIGHTSDISCRIMINATION t
I Defense. They are: Cpl. Brown, a 1967 gradu-
ate of Booker T. WashingtonHigh IN JOBS '
Cpl. Jonathan Brown, 19, of entered the service last EMPLOYMENT :
1891 NW 86th Ter., killed in January and had been in Viet-
action. He died Dec. 2. nam since September. OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
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i Chicago, presents silver bowls to "Miss FAMU" and her attendants duringthe

111 HW 62nd STREET '. 36th annual Orange Blossom Classic.The queens arel-r) Lonnie Wesley,

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I-t I. To Be > Equal

' 1Y pf M. Young Jr.
( \ by Whitney
\ Offices 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 I -'
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By Booker T. Hayes L\ I Executive Director National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher '- .

., GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor Of Blacks In
: STANLEY I.4WEETING, Theatrical Editor

National Advertising Representative SportsThe Building Ghetto PowerLast

} Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. whether dealing with livestock,
object of every breeder, the National
310 Madison Avenue. New York N. Y. 10017 plants dogs or humans Is to produce the ultimate In perfection week's announcement by Urban League
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association his her standards. The success of that it was staging new action programs In 21 black comnrcn- i
2400 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago, III. 60616 these as dedicated determined people by can or be seen all around us. We find It sties has led many people to ask just" what we mean when we

' SUBSCRIPTION RATES easy to explain the superiority of one animal over another because call such programs "ghetto power.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00.FOREIGN $6.00 we trace the family line In search for those traits that Ghetto Power means the creation of economic,political,and
within the black community to enable
strengths it to
,Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pod t i could produce such superior performances. We find a ready social In
its equal place an
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876lie explanation why blacks are not dominant in the business world, compete and to take open society
When the Urban League says It's for ghetto power, It means
r but no one seems to know why they dominate the sports scene.
We often hear of the ratio blacks involved In crime as com- that it Intends to place Its know-how and Its professional expertise .
ditnrfs ntebnnhA pared to their percentage of the population. We even know the at the disposal of black people locked Into the racial

number of black's serving in Viet Nam is far out of proportionwhen ghettos of America.
compared to their percentage of the overall population.But That does not mean telling people what they want or what
ChristmasYe dominating ought to want. On the contrary It means that the Urban
Merry no one seems to notice the number of black athletes they
our TV picture of sports events each Sunday. I have yet League will first find out what the community Itself says it
Editor has been writing Christmas greetings of some to hear a major discussion concerning the ratio of black athletes needs and wants, and then the League will help it to developthe

kind many, many years. He has always, tried his best to make in sports as compared to their percentage of the popula- resources and leadership to achieve Its own goals. We're
this message meaningful as the birthday of our Lord and Sa- tion. For those people unable to offer an explanation for this not Imposing our own will on the community, we're helpingthe

Viour demands. condition, I have developed a theory which makes it seem only black community! to speak more effectively for itself.
This year reading the Daily Word magazine which he does fitting. This approach has nothing In common with separatism,nationalism -

regularly, he was Impressed with their Christmas story by History tells us that only those of sound minds and bodies or any other "Ism." The legitimate needs and as-
tomes Dlllet Freeman and decided to share It with Miami were able to withstand or endure the rigors of the slave ships. pirations of the ghetto are all too often subordinated to some-

jflmes readers who might not have seen it. As a result, only those with superior endurance and determination one else's ideological goals,or even to headline-grabbing ora-
I met my friend as we came walking down the street on a completed the crossings. This would have been prefer tory. In this case,however,the black ghetto will be able to use

Winter morning and he said to me, "Merry Christmas!I" and red breeding stock in the eyes of any breeder. These stout the Urban League's professional experts In planning, educa-

1 said, "Merry Christmas! to him. hearted, strong bodied survivors,formed the nucleus today's tion, housing, welfare, and other fields to make Its own voice
When we had gone on, with a smile and a wave of our hand, black American Inhabitants. They were aided by the effortsof heard and to change ghetto conditions through mobilization of

IMerry Christmas kept ringing In my mind. some economic minded slave owners who decided breeding the strengths of the black community.
i. Friends have been greeting one another with a "Merry their own would be less expensive. This was accomplished by The action program covers a lot of ground. Here's how ve
Christmas! for hundreds of years; the sound has been ringing selecting the most sound males and females and ordering themto are going about It. Armed with grants from foundations who
:'In the midwinter air as long as English has been English. Like produce children. This preferred stock accounts for a partof are serious and sincere, and private donations, we asked all
| bell it rings only one note; but if you grew up in a country our physical ability. of our 93 affiliates to find out what their community's main

place where a church bell rang the hours and the occasions, The purpose of blacks on the American scene was to per- concerns were, and to devise action programs to deal with
though you might grow weary of the sound, oh, how much you form the physical labors. Even at this time they were consid- them. The proposals poured Into our headquarters .. pro-
,,would miss It when it rang for you no morel! U no one said, ered to have greater physical endurance. The performance of posals for economic development, housing rehabilitation,

Merry Christmas! to us, what an un-merry Christmas it these physical labors developed the physical structure of the comm jnlty and non-pa r 11 s a n political organization,decentralization

would be! blacks so that'a majority of them survived despite the lack of police relations, and a host of others.
We have a number of time-worn, familiar phrases that we adequate medical attention. The surviving black males, aided Because of our limited funds, we had to restrict the first

hear every day and'on particular occasions, words that never by a large majority of their landlords,are responsible for to- wave of approved programs to 21,but more will follow. I think

change. day's black population.They represent the original stock from you'll agree that some of these are quite exciting.One .
There are "hello' and "goodbye." How often we have heard which the blacks of their is rural
today are seeking heritage. is In Hancock County, Georgia. This a county
them both! We have uttered them without thought in the most Despite the fact blacks were granted freedom from slavery In which four out of five residents are black. But It wasn't until
casual moments of our life, and we have uttered them to express after the civil their task td this has been
war, primary up day this Fall that blacks gained political control.Unlike their predecessors
the deepest emotions we have ever felt. to provide the physical labor needed in our society. Their heritage the newly-elected leaders areanxioustoserveall,
There are"good morning" and "good night."Sometimes we qualifies them for jobs requiring an abundance of physical both blacks and whites. They asked for help In planning for
don't feel that it is a good morning and sometimes we don't
endurance and exertion, and American society has not allowed community organization and for drafting programs tohelpre-
want to say, "Good night," but we say them. And when we do .the muscular ability of blacks to go under-developed. Thus, lieve the grinding poverty that afflicts the people of this county
j not say them and do not hear them, the world seems sourer over the the blacks have been the
years developing physical Hopefully, we'll help the people of Hancock County to make it 4
than it Is when they sound in our ear. Let a few friends
pass stamina and of
ability required a
super model for the rest of the country -- a demonstrationof
us by and not say them, and we wonder whether something Is Continued next week.
do to themselves. A
poor people In the rural South can help
wrong with us- or with them.
similar effort will take place In Alabama .- statewide -. to
There is "thank when does favor
you" someone us a evena
mobilize the political and economic of the black people
trivial one like opening a door in passing. And there is
"You're welcome," when someone thanks us for doing him a wrappings, with a rattle and roar of children's toys and a tinkle there.
favor and we want him to know we were happy to do it. and blare of carols, leaving behind an aroma of roast turkey Most of the new programs,however,will take place in cities
There Is "I love you." At certain times, in certain places, and fruit cake and a sparkle of candles and Christmas tree like Rochester. There, the Urban League will attempt to builda
to certain people, no other words but"Hove you" will suffice. lights- the great day has galloped gaily by. network of tenant organizations and parent groups;developing -
Poets have labored hard for centuries and brought forth all A Merry Christmas Is as secular as it is religious and as the comm JOity leadership and, Influence to bringto

manner of fancy phrases, but no one has ever Invented a sub- religious as it is secular. It makes It hard for us to separatethe black people measure of control over their own destinies.
stitute for these three words that will exactly do. "I love you' religious from the secular- and is this not the way the Fm hopeful we'will get the support thatallows us to expand
world should be this first wave action to all cities with Urban Leagues -
are the words we have to hear- these three and no others ? programs
-and we long to hear them over and over. Christmas Is wonder's holiday;When we wish a Merry This Is a time of crisis,a time when actions, not words,
Merry Christmas is a phrase a great deal like all of these. Christmas, it is a way owishing that a sense of wonder may are called for. We will roll up our sleeves and do the hard

Say "hello" and "I love you" and "thank You.,. Go/J/iand-: never go out of life.It Is a way of saying that we find the world work that has to be done, leaving the shouting to others.
almost have Merry Christmas. --- wonderfully strange and strangely wonderful and we human

We have,.many other holidays, but none has a word connected beings are the most wonderful and strange beings that we knowof
with''}t in the same absolute and necessary way merry is in it. It is a world where God may be born-at Its heart

connected with Christmas.No and in ours.Christmas. PHIL OSSOFERReprint

one says to you, "Glorious Fourth of July!" or "Happy celebrates man's deepest feelings about life and
George Washington's Birthday! or "Restful Labor Day!" the universe and himself and God. A "Merry Christmas' is ( of Column of Dec. Holy and those whom they con-

though these are holidays, too. We don't even habitually greet our way of confronting the mystery we sense around us and 23, 1961) sider inferior to themselves,
each other with "Happy Easter! saying, "There Is meaning." It Is our way of looking throughthe I say, let them read the Scriptures -
The only other day that has a word connected with it In any- darkness and declaring, "I see light." It Is our way of . and she brought forth where the last judgmentis
thing like the same way is New Year's Day, and I wonder if it facing a world full of troubles and perplexity and exclaiming, her first born son and wrapped revealed In Matthew 25:45:

did not get its word because it is so closely associated with "Nevertheless, God!" him in swaddling clothes, and . Inasmuch as ye did it
Christmas. Christmas had so much pleasure and meaning in "Merry Christmas! we say and the words are hardly so laid him In a manger;because not unto the least of these, ye
it that it overflowed and ran on for seven days more; we don't much as the small light of a small candle. But they are a spark there was no room for them in did it not unto Me."
wish people a Happy New Year nearly as much as we wish thrown out by the human spirit. We light our little candle In the inn." No room in the inn! No room

them a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. And we sayit the winter dark and the feeble, flickering light is an affirmation At this season the heart in the restaurant,the hotel,the
not only on Christmas Day but for weeks before.No about ourselves, about life, about our world. "I am onlya warming story of the Nativity bus depot! Heart-rending is
one is really sure what a merry Christmas does mean.It little light," the Christmas candle says, "But I am light. Is told again and again. And the rejection imposed by the
is clear that we don't mean merry the way we use the word And as long as there Is someone to light a light, there will be as we listen, our joy turns to spiritually blind, who out-
today, although some of our friends make merry on Christmas.The meaning and beauty In the universe.A candle is enough to find sadness at the words "therewas wardly sorrow at the rejectionof
dictionaries say that merry once meant pleasant, and a truth by, and a truth may enlighten the world." no room In the Inn." Christ by the blind of His
that is clearly the kind of Christmas we want people to have. "Merry Christmas! we say and all that Christmas has ever

But it is also clear that If we said to friends, "Pleasant been to us anticipation and disappointment and gratification for No the room In the Inn! No room day.That which delays the com-
not be as a and loneliness and love and joy- all this finds Most Holy one to enter
Christmas! It would nearly as pleasant merry momentary into His mission ing of the Heavenly Kingdomon
form on Earth! He
expression In our words. For
a moment
we for
Christmas is. are one Who to earth is our lack of love
with all men In all lands and all the end of His short
who have
Merry comes from a very old word that originally meant to ages spoken these life on earth one another.The eyes of the
shorten. A time so full of joyous surprises and delights that the words, too; we speak the same words,think the same thoughts, place to lay His, was have no blind ones can be opened only
feel How
hours tumble over each other as they rush ever more swiftlyby same blessing.same feelings, express the same faith, and give the sorrow at the plight of Him we through the warmth of God's

until suddenly you look up and ask, "Is It over so soon?" Who came to love for man. He wants us to
Christmas bring salvation
Merry two words to
we hardly know
.=. this is a merry time. meaning of! mankind. love one another.
But they are like the words of a
song, more a music than a and ear-
Christmas is a time like that. meaning, and they have the sound of courage and goodwill and And among those who sor- Let us pray long of these
When it is over, we all heave a sigh of relief and exclaim, faith in life and joy In living. row outwardly at the injustices nestly that the hearts venture

"Well, that won't be around for another year!" Then before At the yea r' s ebb, In winter's darkest days, man steps suffered by Jesus, and who misguided ones may love so
we can believe it, some merchant is reminding us that there jauntily forward on his beloved, precarious star, pulling his condemn those who shunned into the sun of God's ,
are so many shopping days till Christmas and with a rush the borrowed coat more closely around him to shut out the chill Him, are the people who shun that the rays otthe Holy Spirit,
season is upon us. We dash about In a breathless excitement, amidst the falling snow and fading light; not sure where he Is, their fellowmen through racial emanating from that sun, may-
trying toget this done and doing that while each day runs more going or what the outcome of events will be he confronts the prejudice. How strange that melt away their hardened pre

quickly than the day that sped before it; then suddenly we wake universe, mysterious and frightening, and he smiles, and he they do not see their paradoxical judices., for all
up in the.morning and Is- December twenty-ff.tth- ,waves his hand,and he says ina cheery voice, "Merry Christmas ways! When we make room will
and almost before we can rub our sleepy eyes, jump out of !" Should in our hearts, Christ,too,

bed, and gasp out one more Merry Christmas, the great day We say it, you and I, to one another as we pass. for making these condemn me enter, for it will no longer be in
scattering a string of greeting cards and crush of Christ- Merry Christmas! comparison between true that "there Is no room

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Students Not WarrantedDear .{,
Editor, 'I-.
I am writing Jn reference to the article/*Jackson's Jottings" ,

dated December 7, 1968. Not only was it a degrading article, ,..1..0 Ifd.. II" ,I
against Northwestern, but also disgusting and untruthful Asa .fit, .
f loyal Northwesterner, I feel obligated to defend my school 'C"t ; zJ ,

against such trash. I I _'" ( J
The young lady stated ithat the Bulls are known to be bad I
sports and poor losers. This is not truel! As everyone knows, i.J:
this football season has been an upsetting one for the almighty
Bulls. Nevertheless, with a record of 1-5-2,we have managedto :
still hold our heads up high. 3JJiJ

Also, she stated"we played in an orderly manner and had no :
private sessions In the end zone"as if it was understood after :
the Bulls did the opposite. As to the conduct of the band after S3%>OF THE

the half-time show, I can only say, if the writer is an author- aT IE FINAL t ;1,1: ELIGIBLE NEGROES
ity on human behavior or the psychological effects of children, WERE REGISTERED.
we gladly accept the criticism. f *&BUT LESS THAN
But, Isn't it odd that the young lady observed such acts of t J\ WALLACE 12? OF THE 11 5Q9o OF THOSE
violence while she, wearing a Jackson band uniform? It is a : .
fact that Miss Williams plays flute for Jackson's band. 'e.1gd REGISTERED
Shouldn't her actions be sort of limited? INTHEEAST8INTHE t TOOK THE TIME

It Is also a fact that violence done by Jackson's students was MIDWEST BolH --1v /4i1V TVWTE:.
observed by Northwestern students, teachers, and parents,
during and after the Turkey Day Classic.For example; I, myself THE WEST;AND 3O% PIA
was spat and Northwesterners observed Jackson "
upon, IN THE SOUTH. ..
students tearing blue-gold mop-mops,tearing up MTA prop- I + .
erty rock and bottle throwing, fighting and harassing small THUS SHOWING THE .

kids who possessed blue-gold mop-mops. '' DEPTH ACTIVE Jr' '
Another thing is,why was Miss Williams allowed to demora-
lize, degrade and slander Miami Northwestern's name whenon WHITE RACISM IN

the same page,Garth Reeves Jr.commended on our fine AMERICA;'

conduct at the Turkey Day Classic? '" --. '.. ......"_a...
If possible, please print this, and some of the many other CHALLENGE TO' BLACK:LEADERSHIP
letters you have and will receive, to show Miss Williams and .
other Jackson students that Northwestern will not stand for
such TRASH I lit I I __ ____________________________

Sincerely Marie Carr yours, sophmore, Rev. Fr. Gibson Is' CanonizedLast I I

Miami Northwestern Sr. High .
Sunday afternoon a Church, Ft.Lauderdale offici gard, the second lesson by the
service of Thanksgiving In ant. The Rev. Temperance E. Rev. Theodore Jones, St.
Tuskegee Alumni Bids For recognition of the Rev. Theodore Wright, pastor of St. Paul's Christopher's Church, Fort
R.Gibson,vicar of ChristChurch AME Church, lector Rabbi Lauderdale, efficient.

Urban Renewal Coconut Grove and Herbert Baumgard, spiritual Reading of the Bishop's let-
Project Honorary Cannon of the Cathedral leader Temple Beth Am,lector ter by Mr. William Stirrup,
Church of St. Luke, DIo- Mother Frances Forden, senior warden of,ChristChurch
Dade County has a choice to make-a vital choice. For its cese of So uth Florida. The headmistress, Carrallton i and of
urban renewal area, it can choose difficulty, chaos, and the presentation
service was held at Christ
School for Girls, lector; Mr. Louttll's letter to
creation of another vertical slum which will result in additional Church where Canon Gibson
William C. Baggs, editor The the
Rev. Fr. Gibson by Mr.
alienation of the lower socio-economic from the main-
pastored for;\many years. Miami Daily News, speaker; William J S. Stirrup, senior-
stream of American life it choose civic harmony
; or can stability Participating were the Rt. William
Mr. S.Stirrup,senior warden emeritus..
and a decent environmental IXittern'tor people hungry Rev. James L. Duncan, D.D., warden, emeritus Christ
for the good things of life Charge the Rt.Rev.JamesL.
Suffragan Bishop of the DIo- Church; Mr. William .J. stir-
The Tuskegeo Alumni Housing Foundation is making a bid cese of South Florida. TheRt. rup senior warden Christ Duncan, suffragan bishop of
in the re-development of the Miami Urban Renewal program. Rev. Henry N. F. Minich, Church; Mrs. Laura West- the Diocese of South Florida.

The Tuskegee Alumni Housing foundation a non-profit or- chaplain Episcopal Church berry, organist, ChristChurch and the Church of the Transfiguration In attendance were many religious ->
ganization, is offering Dade County a chance to create an en- Center, University of Miami, ; Mrs. Elisha Clarke, and professional lead-
vironment for living in its urban renewal area The Tuskegee was master of ceremonies.
guest organist, Church of the ers of the county to witnessthe
program Includes such Items as: The Rev. Theodore Jones Transfiguration, and the com- The first lesson was read honor so well deserved by
(a) Child Day-care center for working: parentsb vicar of St. Christopher's bined choirs of Christ Church by Rabbi Herbert M. Baum- one of our leading citizens.
( ) Recreation centers employing trained personnel. .... for
youngsters with swimming pool and bath house.

(c)Adult recreation centers. Dismisses Suit On Behalf
(d) Laundromats Judge I
(e) Civic fund-raising projects.

(modern f) Free household instructional appliances.The program. in the care and maintenanceof Of NAACP CounselNEW '
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program also offers continuous service from the YORK. In a four- seeking to restore Lewis M. The complaint against the .rectors on Oct..' 14 following
school's graduates, undergraduates, and from the institute page opinion handed down,De- Steel to his former position Association was filed by Wil- publication ofanarticlebyhim"in
itself. cember 13, New York State as NAACP associate counsel. liam H.Booth,a member of the The New York Times magazine -
All of these opportunities are available to residents under Supreme Court Judge IrvingH. "There is no basis, real or Association's Board of Directors October 13. The article,
the auspices of a non-profit organization. The opportunitiesabove Saypol dismissed a com- apparent, for intrusion by this and three New York State highly critical of the U. S.Supreme -
cannot be offered by a profit motivated developer. His plaint filed against the Na- court into the internal affairsof and local NAACP officials -- Court, was repudiatedby
object is to make money. The offering of such opportunity tional Association for the Ad- the NAACP," Judge Saypol Donald R. Lee of Buffalo, the Board in"the strongest
njuires organization, personnel, patience, and endurance. vancement of Colored People ruled. president, state conference of possible terms." Efforts by a
The profit-motivated developer cannot exert the energy, attention -- branches; Lloyd King, Jr., minority of the Board to
or money to bring about such offering not if he plansto president of the Mt. Vernon rescind the Steel dismissalwere
make a profit. Dr. Abernathy In S. Branch; and Samuel A. T. rejected, 25 to 10,by the
The Tuskegee Alumut Housing Foundation has executive Hodge, president of the New- Board at its recessed meet-
personnel who possess the "know-how," connections, and burgh Branch.Mr. ing here, Dec. 9.
means to carry out such a program successfully. foundation ATLANTA Ga.-Dr.Ralph Dr. Abernathy was Invitedby Steel was dismissed by Mr. Steel was not a partyto
is backed by over fifteen thousand graduates many of David Abernathy, president of the student body of Candido Association's Board of Di the suit. '
whom hold doctorate degrees. The creation of the foundation the Southern Christian Lead- Mendes University, a private

has provided the outlet for these leaders of black America to ership ConferenceSCLC ) institution in Rio de Janeiro, F. S. E. S. REPORT: -
to Rio de commencement
accomplish definitive flew from Atlanta to deliver the
goals through their combined talents and
inexhaustable energies.We Janeiro, Brazil, this week for address to the Class of 1968at Jobs Now
the Tuskegee-Miami AlumniAssoclationfeelthatDadeCounty consultations with leaders in graduation Friday night, Training Open
that South American nation and December 20. The Brazilian
cannot afford to let this proposal for the creation of an (
environment for living go unexamined the commencement address ata school year ends this month). It you have no experience but want to work here Is an I

The Tuskegee-Miami Alumni Association major university. opportunity to learn a trade. All you have to do is apply
Wilbert Barrett Dr. Abernathy was accompanied Another highlight of his for a Job at the Employment Service office listed below.
Oscar W. Weaver, president, Jr. by his wife; Rev. Ber- week in Rio de Janeiro will be ((1)). A Coral Gables employer has a Job opening for a
Member Board of Directors nard LaFayette, SCLC Pro- a meeting Tuesday with the warehouseman trainee to fill customer orders and pack
Tuskegee Alumoi Housing Foudation. gram Administrator and a vet- Roman Catholic Archbishop of supplies for shipment. The salary starts at$2,00an hour ,
eran leader in the civil rights Recite, Brazil, Helder for an 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. shift, Monday through Fri
itJ mac atlsat- cswc-! crratsmc--- cfsacleacssc movement;and Dr. Brady Tyson Camara. The Archbishop,who day. .

H$ was born and grew up in an abscure village the I Associate Professor of prefers to be addressed as ((2). We have an opening for a window shade cutter and
child of ordinary people. He worked as a carpenter and Latin American Studies at "Father," has given up the mounter. Experience is not necessary. The salary startsat
I an itinerant preacher. He never wrote a book, never f( School of International Service material comforts of his position $1.80 an hour, and you would work from 8:00 a.m. to

i held an office, never had a family, nor owned a bouse. American University, and lives among poor 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
D When He was only thirty three, His enemies had Him Washington, D. C. Dr. Tysonis people. Like Dr.Abernathy,he ((3)). A N.W. employer needsa billing-machineoperator
authority on Brazil is a leading world figure In the
nailed to a cross. His executioners gambled for His an An inexperienced person will be accepted.The salary
I clothing. He was laid in a borrowed grave.After nineteen where he spent four years as philosophy and practice of starts at $1.65 an hour for a five day week, Monday i
a Methodist missionary work- nonviolent social change. Dr.Abernathy's .
through Friday.
I centuries He is the central figure of the human
race. All the kings that ever reignedall the armies Ing with students. He is fluent home and church I Apply for these Jobs at the Industrial office, Florida
in Portuguese the language of have been bombed, and FatherHelder i ,
State Employment Service, 1350 NW,12th Avenue. Em-
I that ever marched have not affected the life of man
Brazil. He has been a strong Camara's home has Service offices
that ployment are open at Mon-
Lmucb asJ friend and supporter of Dr. been machine-gunned twice In day through Friday.LETTStoEOR .

ac---f cgmc-- +c-- Abernathy and SCLC. the last month.

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J IAMI TIMESFrid_ ", 20, 1968 Aft For Pills And lee Gets ACLCU Award

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,. without due school. He holds a master's The ACLU group,
convicted meeting
American Civil Liber- men
degree in law from George- for its 13th annual
ties Union of Florida presented process of law. BHh of
University He joined the Day banquet
town ,also
he has rep- heard
Award In the past year
its Stanley Milledge defender office here a panel discussion "
and public on
Saturday night to Attorney resented Freddie L. Pitts four yearsagoandnowteachesat You Haven't Done S
Phillip A. Hubbart.At Wilbert Lee, two Negroes sentenced a
the University of Miami. the Riot!"
4 ; to death in the Panhandle Speakers
,.l. p. a banquet at the DuPont of Florida for two mur- The ACLU established the were Mrs. Athalie Range,city
plaza Hotel, Mrs. Sarah Mill- ders to which another man award in the name Judge commissioner, Harold
a edge, widow of the late Circuit confessed. The case is not yet Milledge because of his integrity Greene,county commission_
Court Judge, gave the award to resolved. dedication to liberal er, the Rev. TheodoreGibson
Hubbart for his work far beyond Hubbart, 32, is a graduateof causes, and crusading spiritfor ere and Willie Sims, a youthleajgraduates
the limits of his positionas the Duke University law reform
Dade County Assistant in

: behalf 1968. With of civil the citation liberties went in a I Miamian On Tenn. State Athletic Staff -I I II

$100 check.
of Northwesternsr.. High.WOOLWORTH'S.
: James Bryan will becomean ..
As a public defender, Hub- -
instructor in physical edu-
bart has compiled an extraor-
cation and head athletic trainer -
dinary appellate record for atTennesseeA&IStateUni-

n versity, it was announced by
ANNOUNCEMENTThe Howard Gentry, TSU athletic

public is invited to attend director.

the annual Christmas '
Morning Service to be held on
the Sweeting Estate, 2148 NW
Fourth Street, Ft.Lauderdale. Lp Jrf d,
Special music by Dillard High ly
Aluminum for the kitchen D
ware puts on party School Chorus.The Christmas
airs and turns up this year under the Christmas morning message will be W j

tree. New glamour in appearance-mod colorstrim delivered by Rev. L Mizell

,lines and good looking accessories (knobs and Special blessings by Dr. H. p/yaa4yb

;cradle stands-make it ideal for serving foods nicely Sweeting at 6 a.m. Breakfast
served to all attending. The
: as well as for cooking. New and more durable annual motorcade will startat y'f

non-stick linings work wonders for easy cleanupand 9 a.m. b, p 4

look attractive, contrasting darkly with the Three thousand bags of 1 : a

outer finish. For the very merriest Christmas, better candy and gifts will be given

slip your own name on the shopping list. to the kids.
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Curricula RelevantTo Bryan, currently in his third
Develop '
yea as head football and as-
sistant basketball at Pearl

Present High has resigned that position .
effective Thursday.He will
begin his duties with TSU Fri- \

TUSKEGEE i Institute, Ala. ed black institutions to care- dominantly white colleges and day, assuming the job held by Solids, stripes, all-over patterns. .
A U. S. Commissioner of fully study their relationshipto universities which are attempting Buddy Taylor until he recently
Education this week urged Ne- the environment in which to Incorporate the resigned.
gro institutions to take whatever they are located and to take heritage of the black experi- Bryan, married to the for- MEN'S NECKWEARTies
steps of cooperatioD'a.e student, faculty andpubllc ence into their academic pro- mer Mickey Rutledge of Mi-
necessary with one another or views into consideration when grams." ami received his B. degree
with other institutions to develop developing policy The speaker predicted that from Central State College in for all . in a mood
curricula more relevantto Dr. Valien, a deputy asso- the role of the federal govern- Wilberforce, Ohio. to spark favorite suits and I a ao and
the present opportunities." ciate commissioner for higher ment insupportinghigheredu- jackets. Choose from
Dr. Preston Valien, the education, called on Howard c a tI 0 D will be a "continuing He did his graduate work at our
principal speaker Tuskegee University, Tuskegee Institute one and a growing one." He the Ohio State University and gift colorful ideas selection.! Great I 5 0
Institute's All-Institute Conference Fisk and Atlanta Uni- said the United States has further study at Tennessee o

said Negro institutions versity to Join their library come to "base its hope for social State. ....vv
must at the same time holdings and develop a pro- economic, Intellectualand Bryan is the son of Mrs. _: :::
"strengthen the academic role gram In Afro-American stu- political progress on higher Josephine Bryan and a formert YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATc
and status of the black *experience dies or in studies of the non- education." Dorsey High football great.
in their total. educational white world. Another indicator of continuing He and his wife are both WWOCJ LVlORTH'SSntirnoff
program." He said this collaboration and growing federal
Although America has attempted would lay the foundation for a support to higher education!,
to make higher edu- new emphasis in black colleges the speaker said, was Presi
cation more widely available on the heritage of black dent-elect Nixon's recent appointment I IIII
to its young people "than aDYlather experience.The Negro collec- of Mr. Alan Piter,
f society' Valien said, tions of these four Institutions head of the Carnegie Foundation -
"it has attempted to do so would also, Valien said,serveas as head of his Task Force
within old patterns." He urg- a "resource for those pre- on education. :
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II Wall Of Recognition To Show Gifts To FMC tZ:: '

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"The Wall of Recognition"is The Wall of Recognition will Faith," which lists the contributions c ;
the newest testimonial to be list one thousand dollar andover of individual .:t..
constructed at Florida Me- contributors and will churches In Florida and their C,.
morial College which will be complement "The Wall of pastors.
permanent recognition of gifts ..
for the construction of the four I ;:

year liberal arts school. WIGS FALLS
The new addition will be
placed in the administration 100% HUMAN HAIR :i
building so that students and
faculty could see the contributions c REG. SALE IJL95 i W :
of these individuals w
,both $79.95C.E.. | p '
black and white,who have join- z
ed hands In bringing a new institution Phone 866-7379 :f I.1
of higher learning to : .1o
South Florida at a time when 4a r'
higher education was in des- '

perate need. .Q Ie. i
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Golden Agers Christmas
arty tickets are cow on sale
I- at the Scott Senior Center, f
6304 NW 14th <,
Ave The Christ-

23 mas, at Dinner 1 p.m.will in be the December James E. SIZES 1 to 14'THE

Scott Community Associa- I. l
tion's Community Room, 4901 LAST WORD IN ; '
NW Seventh Avenue Get your FASHION AND lIT" ;" ;'":;':i:;: ;'::. ::'(iW.: ; ::::
_ tickets early and join in the Smirnoff makes the 4'i, i
party rock. '
PHONE 379.4831 _;.0
holiday all your friends Talented
will be there. punch.Adds brilliant; orange Juice- Snaps up holiday I
If you are not a member of : That's why the choicest sparkle to whatever's good to drink. '
the club, join now. Don't be holiday parties come in Smirnoff packages. I
lonely during the holidays.
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; -- Bahamas Gets One-Millionth Visitor :

NASSAU Bahamas.-Mrs. transportation to the Bahamasand later date, was won by the fortunate -

_ _ ;ri t' Eric McCracken wife of a their accommodations at "Bahamas 0:1e-: Mil-
I % prominent Toronto doctor is the Balmoral and a fivepieceset lion." Photographs of their
I the One-Millionth Visitor to of authentic "pieces of visit and a 'color motion picture -
it the Bahamas Islands in their eight' recovered from a sun- of their activities will also -

first million-tourist year. ken Spanish galleon in the Ba- be forwarded to Mrs. Mc-
( : Mrs. McCracken and her hamian waters and attractive Cracken shortly after her return -
;" -ri husband, of 6 Princess Margaret ly mounted and framed. This .home.

r," Road lathe Ontario evening they were to attenda Both born in Scotland, Dr. ,
'-. : Capital City arrived inN dinner party at the luxurious McCracken and his wife lived

a ssau Saturday afternoon Cafe Martinique on Para- only 'a few blocks apart In
(Ed. note 7 December) aboard dise Island, across the bridge Glasgow when they were children -
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Air Canada Flight 65.The slim from downtown Nassau.On but did not meet until after
brunette was selected on the the doctor's discharge from
Tuesday Dr. and Mrs.
\ basis of computerized records the
#), McCracken were the guests Royal Navy following
"J..';'';>ilI 1,4f ',; .:.If/> .. kept by the Bahamas Immi- of the Bahamas Governmenton World War n. They moved to

:" gration Department. During a deep-sea fishing excur- Canada 14 years ago The doc

"J"[ >", \y their eight-day visit in the Ba- sion near Nassau. tor's wife, Thea, is an accomplished -
A" hamas the McCrackens are artist.

y .... staying at the Balmoral Beach Wednesday again as guestsof Both are inveterate travel-
a Hotel. the Government, they flew lers. Mrs. McCracken is en-
% Mrs. McCracken's first to Freeport on Grand Bahama Joying her third visit to the

.'" thought, being advised of the Island. There, they were Bahamas and her general
"A ': : :f 1 :l '. gifts and honours planned for greeted by officials of that practitioner husband Is on his
i % , c. t her and her husband, was of city. second trip to the Island.

their daughter Caroline age Round-trip air passage for Often in the summer, they vacation -

::5\ POITIER'S CAREER HAD "CORNY" BEGINNING 17, a grade lZ student at' two via International Air Ba- along the coast of
Toronto's Havergal College. hama to Luxembourg at some Maine.

For every actor there is constable had to do was follow me, I was the most disheartened "She'll be most envious,"

;: perhaps one situation or mo- the glow of the fire and walk little kid you ever saw. ButI Mrs. McCracken smiled, "of URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES:
110' all the wonderful that
ment which, more than any right to us. didn't even mind the five- things
\{ other, influences the direction minute lecture by the magis- are happening to us." L. E. A. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. 758-5551
"And he did.
.4 which his career will take. Fort Over the next several days
trate as he accepted the fine
"The four of wound in
us up specia 1 VIP treatment will be LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
superstar Sidney Poitier the
because I could that
see same
a cold jail thinking of all that
the the Baha- 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
: world's number one box-office given couple by -
look in father's that
I good roasted corn going to my eyes
mas Ministry of Tourism.To-
J. grosser and recently in Pnila- the other boys had wincedat
waste. Then the magistrate
delphla for filming of his new- the night before. day, following a morning-long OPERATION EQUALITY
called ,
and told
'J'I' est movie, Universal's "The our parents escorted tour of New Provi- 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268
it would cost them ten
Lost Man," that fateful turning "Suprisingly, however dence Island by Miss Brenda 2338 All BoLa Avenue 685-0342
j i point came in a Bahamian jail shillings (about $2.50)) beforewe there was walloping once we Fountain, "Miss Bahamas" 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358.2226

. : at the tender age of eleven. could be released. got home. Instead, my father Mrs. McCracken was to be 6740 NW 15th Avenue 691.3811
II "One by one the other three wired my older brother in Mi- presented an honorary key to
"It was moonlit boys left as their fathers camein Nassau prime Minister the
a warm, ami for enough money to send by COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
I night" Poitier recalls with aII and glowered admonishingly me there to stay with him.Dad Honourable Lynden 0. Find- 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264
smile "and I had three at them with a look that could At the time
Joined was thoroughly convinced that ling. same Mr,
II'. friends in staging a raid on a only mean they were going to if I stayed in the Bahamas Fd John Enright, Deputy Direc- CITIZENS CORPS
corn field. Each one of us took catch holy hell when they got come to no good and he figured tor of Tourism, was to pre- 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302

I a gunny sack full of corn and home. Td tread a better path in Mi- sent a scroll,cash reimburse-
there "Well, I was without doubt ami ment for the McCracken's
was no possible way we so off I went.
could have eaten it all but the poorest kid in the group
our st :ldal: ::__ [ trMtMlilllt: > [ aI: IIP [ q It lrtAR CiowWt7wNnaa[_
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boyhood logic told us to take and I had to spend the night in "From there I Journeyed to

advantage of a good thing. that Jail because my father had New York and eventually the '
to go through half the country- acting career which was to alter !r'l .
"We then went to a spot not side trying to raise the ten my life. So you see, I can It's Easy"I M
I far from the corn field and shillings from his equally poor say with authenticity that my t.

built a bonfire, another not- friends. career really did have a rather l" . Fill out the attached

>,so-smart 'move. Well, all the "When he finally came for 'corny' beginning." t .t application card and ,

Wit ..... present it with your ., Start

i Masons Call 'Santa Claus' Workshops first payment when

you join ourOhrtatmaa Your

!t Conference (! : Club

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';'Lee-F..., Wooten, Supreme build and buy with each'otherin standing Masons and Eastern
Grand Master, Modern Free an effort to become eco- Stars for their contributionsto .j ClzAiMmaL
i and Accepted Masons of The nomically free. the overall building program

World announced that the organization The Conference will also MFAMW, Inc. Scottish
: would hold what is feature outstanding businessand Rite Affiliation was organized CkWTODAY

called the "Santa Claus" political figures, high- November 1, 191'1 and has

I Workshop Conference, Dec. lighted by an awards banquet. been in active existence for

27, 28, 29 in Montgomery,Ala. Awards are presented to out- more than 50 years.inder's .
The site of the conference will ,I
be the Midtown Holiday Inn. is f istar aal>s l> z ascot 16 t gat i6snt i6lslf i6 r alt It t I z i t 76 C amt aaza -

Mr. Wooten said the delegates Join one of these classes NOW !

from each of toe Masonic a

Lodges and Eastern Star I I'w_ $ .CO week totals. .. 25.00
Chapters as far away as the AerryI1
9 1.00. week totals. ., 50.00
Bahama Islans will attend tithe
Conference. a '.. f 2.00 a week totals. .' 100.00

The purpose of the confer- ,. 9 lS.OO. week totals .. 250.00
ence is to bring together the
week totals 50O.OO
members to discuss and 910.00 a '

formulate plans to mobilize

each lodge and chapter for
greater participation in the yrF AlI
organizations "Mutual Self- OF MIAMI

Help" program. Modern Free 6013 N. W. 7th Avenue
and Accepted Masons, Scot- MIAMI, FLORIDA
tish Rite Affiliation with head mactft'i. iarv Fr'"'''>i
Member Ftdtrol Dtpont Injuranct Corporoiio
quarters Columbus Georgiahas
I Mtmbtr Federal Restive Sytttm
launched a nationwide program A
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Please do not write bove this line I ,

GRAY f 4 Here Is my application card with my first payment In the $. -:- class.

WITH I agree to all the rules and regulations of the Club. '.
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 20, 1968
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Miami Times Society Editor Are TestedOver BY PRISCILLA REDDINGThe

and beautifully Christmas across the U.S.A. utilizing the ---=_ H _._
Silently creeps in the drive next year,
Lights go on. There are joyous sounds, it's Christmas! And 12,000 persons blood detection methd.Dr. The Richmond Heights Youth Council presents its first annual
Greater Miamlareaweretested "The Christmas "
here we are a mixture everything you can name: English, of dia- Alterman was especially Christmas pageant- Story, featuring"the
Indian, French, German,Dutch, Italian,African,Scandinavian, betes for during the Diabetic presence Detec- appreciative of the efforts of Richmond Heights Jr. High Band and Chorus, Wednesday
Mexican, Greek, Swedes, and others.Though we call ourselves announcedby the news media in Informingthe Dec. 18, at 7:30 p.m.
tion Week it was
Americans we take to our hearts the most beautiful, the most Seymour, L. Alterm.\n, citizenry of this area of the Mr. Crispin Fife wishes to thank all his friends for makinghis
meaningful customs from all over the world. chairman of the Diabetic De- testing sites. party a very successful one.
Christmas in America Is celebrated with many traditions tection Committee of the Dade The Sunday School department of Second Baptist Church will
some old, some new. Most important of the traditions is the Medical Association present its annual Christmas Program Sunday, Dec. 21, at 5
spirit of giving. County Close toZOO people showed su- p.m., 11111 Pinkston Drive. The production Is entitled "The
Now all over the land, the candles are lit, symbolizing the of diabetes. Holy Night."
light everlasting. Evergreen and fragrant,the trees of Christmas Within the community during the Christmas holidays, the
triumph over death and the dark.Nothing in this holy season While reports from the r Richmond Heights Women's Club presents three plaques, to
is merely itself; everything pulses with meaning."Three emergency rooms of Miami the three: most creative and decorative homes Try and let
noble kips are coming with precious gifts so rare," says an hospitals, physicians and drug your home be selected.
old Irish carol. "But it is love webring Him in stable bare." store members of the Florida The happenings on the Cougar s Campus are very well plan-
All of us at The Miami Times join in wishing you abundantlythe Pharmaceutical Associationare ned. On Monday evening an annual Athletic Banquet was held

Joy that love returns.To not complete, it has been in honor of those boys who played football, wrestling and cross
My readers: May I share with you the beauty of "A Prayer determined that Miami indeedis 4 : J country. This dinner was sponsored the school booster club
Christmas morning" by Henry Van Dyke. haboring a great number of For the past two weeks and presently going on now is the
The day of joy returns, Father in heaven, persons who have diabetes,but ',Student Council's can food drive, which has been successful
and crowns another year with peace and good will. who ar unaware of it. JI The Cougar s Winter Concert will be held Thursday,at 8:30
Help us rightly to remember the birth of Jesus, p.m., at the Killian's Little Theatre, donation 100.
that we may share in the son of the angels, For the first time in Dad I To those college students wo have returned home for the
the gladness of the shepherds, County, blood tests were per- holidays have a Merry Christmas.
and the worship of the wise men. formed at various centers and --
Close the doors of hate and open the doors of love of the 2,000 persons who were 11
all over the world. tested by this means, more MERRY
Let kindness come with every gift, than 100 were found to have Joann R. Blair a Alpha Chi Pi Omega 9, at Bayfront Auditorium,the i
and good desires with every greeting. elevated blood sugars,Dr.Al- at Florida A&M Sorority says Merry Christ- Gulfstream Room. Members ,
Deliver us from evil, by the blessing that Christ brings, terman stated. University Is home for the mas to all of the participantsand are Lucille Berger, Elmira
and teach us to be merry with clean hearts. Autumn Fannin
Christmas holidays visitingher patrons who made our Jenny Henry, Ursula
May the Christmas morning make us happy be Thy Urine testing was carriedout mother Mrs. Patricia Jean Tea for the benefit of Higgs, Doretha Johnson,

children. in over 7,000 persons by Knighton of 1541 NW 45th St., J e s c a Center number one a Laurel Julius, Melvese Mikel,
and the Christmas evening bring us to our bed industry, hospitals and pharmacists other relatives and friends. success. We will be looking Louise Mitchell, Bertha ;
with grateful thoughts,forgiving and forgiven,for Jesus and an additional at 1
At FAMU, Joann is majoring forward to seeing you our Perry, Emily Ross, Elmira
sake, AmenThirtysix persons were found to have su- in commercial art. Dansante and THair>tyle Fiestafor Smith, Ada William, Addie !'
visitors from 21 Latin American,Asian and Afri- spected diabetes.Dr. our scholarship fund,Feb. William.
can countries will spnd their holidays in Miami.They will attend -
the fourth annual leadership training seminar of the Coun- A Iter m a n stated that -
cil for International Visitors. many reports are yet to be
About two hundred persons braved the weather Sunday to filed and thatthe final figurefor
witness the groundbreaking ceremony for D:de's first Model Diabetic Detection Week
Cities Project school (Olinda Elementary). The school will be may roll past the 15,000 mark, a{
built at NW 55th St. and 21st Avenue with the finding of more than #
Zeta Amicae of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority had their annual 300 unsuspected diabetic patten's -

Christmas party Monday,Dec..16 atthehomeof Mr. and Mrs. in the Dade Countyareaalone. \
Tim Lindsey.A ,
recent visitor to our city was ZennieStephney) Johnson. D
Dr. Alter men voiced the
Stephney was the houseguest of Edna M. DeVeaux. 'P Q
opinion that the use of the blood
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) sugar detection method was .1 .' ,
more accurate and in all ,, .;..
Patricia Marie Kelly and Stanley Ward Mayo at St. Agnes probability would .,,"- ,
Episcopal Church, December 28. Patricia is the daughter of eventually "
replace the urine
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly. testing
Anna Eleanor Jackson to Ed Barnes on Monday, December method which are now being
23, at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Anna is the daughter of Mr. employed.
and Mrs. Herbert Parrott. The Greater Miami Lay I / ,/ 1M
Gussie Dobbs' home was the setting for pre-Christmas cele- Diabetes Association, as wellas

bration of the Poinsettia Bridge Club on Saturday. the South Florida Pharma- ." .,"
Here from New York Is Leroy Jenkins to visit his son Greg- ceutical Associatin, have expressed -
ory and his mother-in-law, Mrs. Emily Delaney. an interest in car-
Dr. Dazelle Simpson has returned home after attending the rying out a larger detection
Pediatrics Medical Conference in Acapulco, Mexico.
Seen at the nite spots along the Gold Coast are debonaire And may the
Lemuel H. Yarn of DeLanl who has been wining and dining).
and the charming Ruth North Polite. true spirit of
Cute announcement Attorney and Mrs. Calvin R. Mapp sent
out telling of their latest addition, Corey Ramone. the season
Carmen Jackson was hostess to the MRS Club on Saturdayat
her home. Witlean Butler entertained the Egelloc Club the be thisWe
same night. yours

Friends are sending Get Well wishes to Ruby Mizell at Mt. Yule.
Sinai hospital. Alice Harrison is recuperating at home. .
Have you chills? fever? a cough? feel blaaaaaaa? Have no
fear you are not alonel! THE FLU BUGAsian Hong Kong???
Slimnastics, weight lifting for men and :women and swim- MP---;
ming lessons are part of the new health program now open to
Miamians at eight city swimming pools.
Nellie and Jennie Roberts will go to Jacksonville this week-
end to attend the funeral of a long tme family friend, Mrs. It II JLnrllsic
Sadie Banks who died on Sunday, December 15.
Cornelius and Thomas McIntosh motored down from Man- l ll 1 Ills }
hattan to visit his sisters and brother-in-law, Annie Belle,
Marion and Bert Dean before jetting to Freeport in the Ba- o >/ anr EO erlirsl
ha mas. .
Mt. Zion Baptist Church's choir will present Handel's Mes- lode of und.roshon/ +
siah at the 11 a.m. service on Sunday.In .
th e city because of the illness of Officer Gary Ward, who COME IN AND SEE OUR LARGE
is a patient in Veteran's hospital are his mother, Mrs. Victoria r.r' .
Ward, a sister, Mrs. Ozella Terrell of New Haven, Connecticut %'+!p(r SELECTION OF STAY AT HOME
; Mrs. Luvenia Goddy, sister, Stanley Leach,brother,New
York; Mrs. Fannie Wilson, Harvey Ward, sister and brother, AND "SLEEPING PRETTY" LENGERIS,

Fuqay Springs, N. C.
Happy wedding anniversary, Dec. 25, to Mr. and Mrs. John
(Evelyn) Souter. The couple entertained the St. John Masonic
Lodge #18, at their 76th St. home Tuesday night with a dinner s Lory's Fashions Mean Excitement

party, accompanying the brothers were their wives.

Rev. and Mrs. C.: R. Townsel will repeat their marriagevows I wish yon NOW OPEN SUNDAYS ( o

Sunday, Dec. 29, 1:30 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. a gift of _

Their monies.son, who is an Ohio minister will conduct the cere- great joy 12 NOON 'TILLORY'S 5

this Y/tleticte. "



Ruth N. Polite, Pres. OPEN
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.I'j John R. Marks In Air I

" : Force ROTC .
"i ____r- John R. Marks is at present reside at 3140 NW 49th Jc.

enrolled in the advanced pro- Among Cadet Mark's interest.
gram of the Air Force Reserve and extracurricular activities

" r Officer Training Corps at the both in ROTC and in other as-

I Florida State University, with pects of his college life include -
it the rank of Cadet 1st Lt. ; Omega Psi Phi fraternity
BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING 1 ..: The four year AFROTC pro- InterFraternityCouncil

LINE-O-TYPE gram includes a variety of Assistant Editor of

Iwo s academic, military and lead- Cadet Newspaper.After .
f THE LITTLE RED BOOK:The SamuelIrene)Levins'family ership subjects designed to

;, reunion in Coconut Grove last Thanksgiving brought in several prepare the cadets for their obtaining a degree In

out-of-towners totheTurkeyDay affair. responsibilities as Air Force Pre-Law, Cadet Marks will
Guests Included a sister a and her husband officers
be commisioned a Second
Ethel and John Cook of Philly:Jessie Manor Cadet Mark's parents Mr.
in the Air
and daughter Lynette of Alliance, Ohio; t : !' and Mrs. John R. Marks, Jr. Force Reserve. U.S.
others were Corrine Rust, Vivian Wiggins, ,
, Herman Levins and Harley Wiggins.The reunion I
blast was gasser....And while we're K 4 t ,
down in the Grove let's be reminded that the ,)
late Jake Washington's brother George -,

Washington, is a priest serving in A fr1ca.. .
Did wo tell you that Mary Cox was bedded in ... W'Nt 1i':1:
Cedars of Lebanon and has been since November 18 ? ? ? And :

that the Nelson Adams ate their Thanksgiving turkey along

with Thomas Morris at Tuskegee, Ala.? .1 .A

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Willie Williams confined Jackson h.
; Memorial for a bladder scraping. A semi-invalid for several ;

years, Williams became a cripple after a fall from a ladder ',:' .' ,,' \,: 4ti" -
while . Andrew (Bo) Robinson mending at ., ..,_,, ,hi! ', i
hanging drapery ''\ .... ..-< ';" ...
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home after a week's bedded confinement In Veterans hosp . .

His uncle says that City patrolman Arnold Smith's real tag is Richardson-.Howard NuptialsDiane
I Vincent Smith . Clora M. Pearsall (Mrs Johnny) bedded at

., Jackson Memorial . Look Alikes: Metro deputy-detective .I ii.-
Yvonne Richardsonand Howard, were charming in -
William Kimbrough and Border Patrol Agent Richard Harvin.
1 Both Bill and Dick are hansome sleuths. John L. Howard DI were their ensembles of pink and Louise Riley of the modeling school which
united in holy matrimony on gold with
bears her name is shown busy the
answering phone
November 3Q in Holy Redeemer corsages of white carnations.The .
SALT WATER TAFFY: Aside to Morris Anderson and his
Catholic Church. Father wedding activities were following her appearance in a special report whichwas
lovely missus Gloria of Perrine; Sorry, chum, we received
your dainty invite too late to classify. But thanks anyway and John L. Kleman, priest, per- planned by Mrs. Marjorie highlighted by TV station WTVJ. Miss Rileywas

congrats to you and yours. And be sure to shower kisses upon formed the double ring cere- Young. Reception was held at selected by the station as an outstanding ex-

s that beautiful little cherub of yours Karen Wanda, who weds mony. Organ music was sup- Bonded Rental Agency with ample of business enterprise in the Negro
community -
Roy Bentley Jr December 29 at St Peters American Catholic plied by Warren Welters. Mrs. Mary Beaty keeping the .

Cathedral. Tell Wanda we still love her and hope that she and The petite, attractive bride, guest book. Flower arrange-
r given in marriage by her father ments were made by Mrs.
her young groom will experience nothing short of the very best.
And you might remind young Bentley that Ube ever gets out of Mr. Nathaniel Richardson Mary Washington, godmotherof ----

4 line with "my girl" that I have a razor-strop all ready to tan wore a floor length satin the bride.
him. gown designed with an empire Bridal showers were given Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
r+ waistline. Delicate lace trim- by Mrs. Inez Hardamon, Mrs.
med the front from Annie Mae and the fifth "
extending Harvey 'MR JACK"FOR
THE WEEK'S WASH: U Ava Brown had listened to her favorite -
the Nehru neckline to the hem floor Pediatric Ward
1.; escort during the Orange Blossom Classic game by
with covered buttons in- of
Jackson Memorial
tiny Hospital -
covering her dimpled knees and curved shoulders, she might STYLES FOR ALL AGES
serted. The back of the 1.Out.
have avoided catching the Hong Kong flu she now nurses. Her gown
made with double folds of The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
was extending town guest included
mini was this HIGH . Pmstill looking for that young brown
from waistline into the SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
relatives and friends from -
filly who was gowned-down in that stunning brown mini with
train. The elbow length,triple various sections of Floridaand
matching accesories, and a sweeping hairdo that cascaded ITALIAN SHOES
: down side of her net bride's veil was held by a Washington, D. C.
one lovely kisser. There was no float in the
beaded lace crown.Sbecar-, is 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLOHI3A
The couple now making
Classic parade to compete with her charm and beauty. And
ip ried the missal covered with their home in
r those two shapely stilts that supported her fine brown frame Miami.
t must have been molded by General Motors. white orchids.
Mrs. Teresa LaFleur,
i SCRATCH MY BACK: The Pete (Winifred Cox) Beachams matron of honor and Miss Judy
Seag.'.m'.Crown Royal-The legendary Canadian in the purple sack
t are expecting a little playmate any day now for their only daughter Mahoney bridesmaid wore
Blended Canadian Whisky 80 Proof.Seagram Distillers Company,New York. N.Y. .
I, Walene ? Bonnie Newbold-Stirrupflooredat home by the mint green floor length gowns
Hong Kong flu bug. . Donald (Scooter) Huyler and his Doris made of crepe, designed with "-,1"

.i jf named her Deidre after her Jackson Memorialarrival October the empire waistline. Their '
if 26. But the little "Scooter" was christened last Sunday (Dec headpieces were of green tulle > .I .

|: 15) at St John Institutional with the Dr Howard(Lorraine) Had- held by green bands and petals. C4\9L
Rose Johnson and James Flowers standing Godparents t
[ti leys, Silver slippers and nosegay of -
' . .Former Miamian Mrs Mack Weems(slle's Yvonne Burney) white carnations completed \': 09. C/lJJIja
r of Springfield, Ohio due in town Sunday. their attire. Little Misses : :;" '<

STUFF AND SUCH: WAME disc jocks in a dither over the Lucinda and Teressa Austin, : .' CANAPlAN

alleged blues-programming change . Gino Hudson always wearing identical dresses as N OAft"l
'a manages to "come thru" ...Harlemiamians:Carl McCartney the matron of honor and : 1rlt
'f'' down for 3 weeks to visit ma and pa the Leon McCartneys. His bridesmaid, and beaded head '.,, "

E entry last Saturday was in time to ringside during his nephew bands of ribbons, served as .< __
f. Michael McCartney's Gi-Gi Room Concert in the Fontalnebleauon flower girls. Rederic Young, \ "

I t on the Beach .George Wilkerson, after 26 annums away wearing a black tuxedo, white ,
from his tamUyhehadn't( seen them since 1942) home to spend boutonniere, was the ring

Xmas with his mother and dad the George Wilkerson Srs . bearer.

Marjorie Smith down for a Miami and Nassau Christmas-New The groom, best man,

Year's holiday . "Mussolini" Cleare down to check on his Christopher Howard,and the at-.

ailing father . But Herman Hunter's dreaming of a White tendant, William Richardson
Christmas after his trek down for the Orange Blossom Classic.SWEETS' wore black tuxedos and boutonnieres a4Ip
of white carnations.
TREATS: Shifting in 2nd Gear: Joseph H. (Sport) Serving as ushers were Mi- Ip ,rs
Anderson from Dorsey senior high Coach, to North Dade sen- chael Randall Young and Gar-
and assistant principal to director of
ior-junior high Coach field Jackmon.The .
Headstart Parents, to coordinator of Community Organiza- mothers, Mrs. Lucille .
tions of Model City program, to principal Booker T. Wash- Richardson and Mrs. Annie
next semester. U only the late
ington junior high beginning ............IIM.."' 11I'6".
founder-president emeritus Mary McLeod Bethuiie were alive

today to see the progress being made by her Bethune-Cookman
College all-American product! And while we'reatltwith hur-

rahs for Joseph, let's not forget the inspiration Injected into h y IF
his life by his sweet and devoted wife Inez. F -

star End Melvin Jones and Alcorn A Si M super Quarterback / I .

Marvin Weeks won most valuable player" awards.. FloridaA

& M players stayed at the Beach's Barcelona while the Al- "PEACE ,

corn A & M squad was housed at the Beach's Cadillac. . The on

victory party held away at the Barcelona . Cox's Kinder- Earth, GOOD .

garten of Miami and Cook's Kindergarten of Opa-locka took WILL to !Men :/:
our vote for the parade's most-originalfloats.. North Dade
junior high's band and majorettes were the most improved WE extend Christmas the heart withes It's the nicest complimentyou

musical high-school outfit to pass before us .. The new parade to one and all of our
route of the Classic was much better. . The beauties friends and customers.BEAUTYRAMA could give. f

aboard the many colorful floats were the loveliest in some

time ...SldelinebehavlourofthemilUng crowd was much Im-
16821 NW 15th Avenue
proved but the gendarmes could have done much better . .

That's it brother, from your one-man-newspaper, who knows Mrs. E. R. Summersett .Seagram's Crown Royal.The legendary Canadian.E'w .
everybody and everybody's racket, but who is allways giving Prop.

some poor sucker a break! .......411............

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. Anthology Of Nearo -- gsmewax* ea*
- Poetry. (In Preparation.
Julian Messner announcesthe heard. Negro Voices hopes to script will be considered after ,
preparation: of an anthologyto meet that need.A April 1,1069.May .
be called Negro Voices,with
Beatrice M. Murphy, well- self-addressed, stamped
known Negro poet and writer, envelope for the return of unacceptable -
as editor.Miss Murphy invites material must be if
Negro poets, under thirty, to included. Poems that have the warmthof
submit their poems directly to been published, either in Christmasfill
her at 117 R Street NE,Wash- magazinesnewspapers or
ington, D. C. 20002. books, are eligible, but the your heart
It is the feeling of both the name of the publication must and bring youa
publisher and the editor that appear on the script. Poems wealth of
today's youth speaks eloquentlyandpasslonatelyforthe- should preferably be typewritten rani
one to a page. There are happiness.
black people, and that they no restrictions a s to form,
need only an opportunity to be subject matter, or length. NoFrlIUf.I

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i Inter-Faith' Chanukah Party For All Kids f Ho! Ho! Ho! Happy Potentate's Ball

Children of different ethnic Jack Lerner will assist at the Charles Feuereisen, National It was the night before the John W. Dillard and the illustrious the cooperation of Local 655,

backgrounds are being invitedto ceremonies. Commander; Irving Steinberg, classic and all over town, the Commandry Mattie ,American Federation of

a Children's inter-faith "Our purpose sponsoring National; Adjutant and com- Potentates Ball was the talk Jordan. There were many Musicians and Frank J. Cas-

Chanukah Party sponsored by an inter-faith Chanukah party mitteemen of the Jewish War all around. The gulf stream nobles, daughters, and visi- clola president.

the ColonelDavid Marcus Post is to bring about a better unVeterans.. Also invited is State room was decorated with care tors from within and out of
#746 of the Jewish War Veterans derstanding" said Cantor Commander Michael Schech- in hope that the in-crowd would town that seemingly were en- So to all nobles and daugh-
ters plan tobe at the next regular -
all be there.
Emanuel Mandel, owner of ter. Joying themselves.The .
The entire program will be North Miami Funeral Chapel. Yes! The annual PotentatesBall very lively orchestra of meeting. For more infor-
Highlights of the Chanukah
telecast live and in color from "We want to better acquaint presented by the Shrlnersof Charles Austin, pleased the mation contact the noble
Festival will be j Marie Bala-
the studios of WAJA-TV,, the general public with the ban and a play presented by Kazan Temple No..149,was crowd with the new S-o-U-L daughter in your neighborhood. -
Channel 23, from 3 to 4 p.m meaning of Chanukah" Can- really the place to be last sound. .
on Sunday, December 22. tor Mandel is National Cantorof the Ruth Foreman Playhouse week. The music for the occasionwas So to all and all Happy holiday -

Over 150 children all the Jewish War Veterans. This Sixth Annual Inter- The many fun lovers fromin provided by a grant from greetings and may the

faiths, creeds and colors will Honored guests at the tele- faith Chanukah Party is being and out of town were greeted the the trust funds of the recording coming year bring Joy to the

attend the event. A large circusstyle vised celebration will be: televised for the first time. by the illustrious Potentate industries obtained by world.

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UM Students Give Christmas Party

University of Miami students Claus, small gifts and re Day Care Center, as well as a ,1 HAPPY KNIGHT BEAT
from the 960 Residence freshments.The large painted concrete pipe to ,
Complex gave a Christmas UM students also do- be used as part of the play- !
HOLIDAYS 276 NW 6th St.
Party for some 200 children nated a record player to the ground equipment. |
in the Liberty City area on j
Day Care Center, 1900 NW 75
7:30 p.m.,the pre-school
through junior high school Drive-Ill' AT 10:20: H FROJW
children were treated toa visit :
from Mr. and Mrs. Santa .y

I In great sincerity! I I COLLEGE BAll
we wish for alla I P'"ts y y
Christmas of ipcy "ILefs all// meet at the Knight Beat" 1

greatest joy and Jackand !
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MI., Officer Soves /Mother And Two Childrenand ,4, I II II II II IIA I

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&, A white rookie cop Monday force, then collapsed beside released.The would arouse and then drop
U saved the lives of a Negro woman the woman and her call
that sent
twodaugh- Howard to back to s 1 e e p.Howard radioed
Yf and two children by carrying terse Mrs. Alexander's apartmentat for oxygen equipment.Other .
them from their second- Howard, Mrs. Marjorie 2668 NW 50th st.came from officers andanambu-

. .floor, gas-filled apartment. Alexander, 32, Didre, 7, and Mrs. Alexander herself. lance arrived. Howard lapsed e
Metro Deputy Charles How- Waltrenna, 8 were treated at About 7 a.m. she awoke and Into unconsciousness but was I
\l ard, 24, seven months on the Jackson Memorial smelled
Hospital gas. Although groggy revived by the I
.ri.. t WlWWarWlt\oW: __.......... _. ._______.u_ _h. u. U she was able to dial the telephone oxygen. Q
M -------JNa>>a ; Howard said later that Mrs.
ms.IAKIa' operator and mum- Alexander told tim she had BY DAVE BOHDU,1 I
cfIIerru qri5tmn5 ble for help before she col- ..
been using the oven of the kit- ---
I and I lapsed on the floor. chen range to heat the apart Driving along our city streets and listening to the radio in
The telephone operator call- ment. my car, I pick up the conversation of the announcer and pea
1a1313 efu I ed the sheriffs office and Last night she opened the ple calling in to discuss the subject of open housing. After
!Per Howard was dispatched to the oven door, expecting that the listening to so much of this garbage, began to get sick to my
1 g AND THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT I apartment.He thermostat would turn on the stomach. What is the big deal about open housing, as they call
IJ" ____. said he knocked on the gas when the temperature it? How come Congress has to pass bfll telling the people in
i fi door and got no answer. Then dropped and that the pilot light the nation that it is OK now to (dig this) let me move in next
he looked in a window and saw would set the gas to burning. door to them. I was under the impression that this was America -
i Mrs. Alexander lying on the But the pilot light was out, the land of the free. So how is it that somebody has to tell
: floor. Howard said, and when the me it is OK for me to live any place I can afford to pay for? I
Howard broke in the front thermostat sent the gas flowing spent five years of my life in the Second World War to fight for
, door and carried her to the there was no pilot light to Democracy. Men are giving their lives in Viet Nam and other
c b front yard. Then he made two ignite it.May parts of the world so that they maybe free to live, speak, and
I more trips into the apartmentto serve God and mankind as they see fit. The same for the Bill
, bring the children to safety.He latcs cs tlaac atfeadf t rc_. of Rights that makes it possible me to "go where I want to
set about reviving the go, and get an equal education and employment." People come
mother and her children.They to this country from all over the worldand they . even be-
t fore they receive full American Citizenship . can go where
tt -r.__ I ctMlOb 19 bb they please, live where they please, anddoanything they want
t i including the receipt of welfare aid from my tax monies. I was
f1 born here, anda Bill has to be passed to give me what is right
" fully supposed to be mine as an American Citizen (not natura-

! -.-' ... c.._..m.->":sr\'f lized). Our tax monies are distributed all over the world in
I B J, H. Copeland, Sr. Mrs. Minnie Copeland loans, gifts, and any other way the governing figures see fit,
t tf in order to ease the world'sproblemsandthe problems of our
, own people who are hungry,homeless,and uneducated regard-
1 less of white, black, yellow red,are not taken care of first.
I 1. When our boys are killed overseas fighting for Democracy,
, the bullets not only kill'Negroes, but whites, too. Everybody
I -c should live together under the government believing in the law
, t of the land where every man is entitled life, liberty and the
I pursuit of happiness. That is what those men died for in our
wars, and are dying for now.I could go on and on, but it would
\ leave nothing else for you to read in the whole week's Times.
! I don't think McBride would like that too much, because he has
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J. H, Copeland, Jr. James Copeland J Again, it's timeto filled your to ovtrjlouing holiday reason tilthbafH bt
.. bourt tmd good jntnJi MOTHER OF: THE WEEK: Cookie Jones
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| The J.H. Copeland & Sons I 1 HAPPY all, and HOLIDAY to all, '-'PROFS Starting another move to get bottles out of the night clubson

RECREATIONCENTER this side of the Bay is Dr. Edwin Shirley He is furious because -
Construction Company I 1 1g a local club charged him $27 for three halves. If more
DR. G. W. HAWKINS 6811 NW 15th Avenue of us would realize what Is happening,we would all get behind

2939 NW 48th Terrace NE 4.6233. 1018 NW 2nd Avenue "Prof." Wilson this movement that I tried to start long ago, and do somethingabout
8 Prop. it. Doc said this is the where bottles are sold
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-;pI&JNapiaJlil: Ifli 9s (l C JIiI: i>aI'a lPA1'AY>>a.PlaBll( ---------poe -poaJNa >>iiJoJNa1ll: 'to the black people and they do not know that they are being
taken. The same Negroes go to the Beach or Downtown white
f':::"' clubs and do not ask for bottles, so why do it in our part of
eFor me, the most challenging :.:'... town? That is because the white bar owners in our areas have
brainwashed our folks.They pay to get in, pay for the tables,
thing in skiing is meeting then pay for the set-up then the booze You have spent $14 fora

obstacles half pint before you are seated good,because you paid admission -
tough at
and for the table. In the clubs on the beach, there is no

top speed and admission, no table charge, no ice or chaser charge and most
times no minimum unless there is special entertainment.Thenit
beating them." tz is usually 2 drinksSoyouhavea party of 2 and you buy two
drinks each at $1.50 . what did you spend? $6. You have
spent less money, had atmosphere and a nice place to enjoya
At the end of the run / show, and rlliet you figure it out fromthere. So you have
four drinks apiece .that's$12. . but you had eight drinks
there's one gin I enjoyGordon's : out of your $12. You'll spend less money, and if anybody can
tell you about this, Dr. Shirley can
London Dry \
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It's always crisp. Dry. \ :i I. .',"' QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: I hope you missed the column
: -"last week Sorry I Just couldn't make it. I have a new Job as
jump ahead of any j . Supervisor of peration Mainstream, a sick wife who was
spoiled to service by those wonderful folk at St. Francis .
I tried.
gin ever and trying to get my nite club going. The club is the LaFin,
located in the big room of the VIP Loung on 36th Street at
LeJeune Road Sure want to thank a lot of folk for stopping in.
Kert Samples. International, Certified I can't remember all of them, but Phil Johns and his Frat
and of Gold Medal
Ski Instructor winner brothers of Kappa Psi Phi came in, in full numbers, one night.It .
awards for slalom and down hill races.
is fast with the folk in the school
Samples has taught skiing at Hunter becoming popular ) system,
Mountain. New York and Savoie, France, too. They all dig the voice of Jeff Addams and the fine trio we
.. jf . have.
,,; Got word from a number of folk in Nassau that singer
Rosetta Perry committed suicide If it is true,we are sorry to

,, hear about it, She was a heck of a singer . Shirley Hall's
'y '
', ::I, : Fashionettes from Chicago doing week's stint at the Thunder-.

.: .. ., 1 bird on the Beach. They are three fabulous young ladies .
,.{ The Blue Notes go back to the Newport this weekend for a
I couple of weeks. You might remember them as that good group
who sang in Manor Park this summer for Stars Over Miami.

r- Ernest Hayes, Dr. Patterson, and Coach Everett all back in
good health and we are happy for that. . Mayme is recuper-
t 06DON5 ating nicely Nat Vaughn from downtown Barber Shop came
....J.J.J r by and cut Mayme's hair while she was recuperating. He sez
\ he has a new permanent for ladies and men, and has been go-
.t 11 IONDOMDII61rt Dt ut0 ing to school to learn all the techniques of hair cutting and
t;" styling. It is,good to know that some of our fellows are keepingup
,,' ..-,_ with the trends of new and better' ways to please their cus-
.' "l'W.b..rrc.. ,tomers. So many of us get in a rut and stay there. Congratu-
Gordon Gin Created in London England in 1769It I lations to Nat, and keep up the good work. That is it for this
's the biggest seller in England.America end the world. week. Till the next one,LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTEOF


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HappeningBy f .z 1tY-: 1 By BRENDA JACKSON

Garth C. Reeves, Jr. ---

Steady; Ga me was presented Tuesday night by the Student

Cou:! 'il. The game was similar to The Newly Weds, seen on
Television. Thed iff erenc was the couples were not married
of course. It was very exciting and fun night for the participants :
Pat Stevens, Miami Jackson junior and member of the cheer-
audience.The .
t well as the
leaders was surprised Saturday night at a sweet sixteen party
future Teachers of merica are collecting toys for their
thrown by her mother Mrs. Alma Stevens and friends Larry H Hik
: Christmas Donate-Toy-Project. Another good deed of North-
Roberts, Mary Roker and Barbara Butler.The Japanese theme Yi
party was held in a beautifully decorated Florida room and y' ..rA westerners.
Northwestern has another winner. Warrington Stewart
patio. The kids munched on fortune cookies, drank Japanesetea $ 4J ,
j 3rd place winner in the contest, "How To Make
senior, was
and ate sukiyaki with chopsticks. Those who helped circu- ,
Miami More Beautiful."His English teacher is Mrs.E. Height.
late secret invitations were the Kitten Club of Miami Jack-
3rd in the results of the
Northwestern placed County South
son, Barbara Anderson president, and some of the Jackson
cheerleaders. Some of those helping Pat celebrate were ern Division Track and Field Meet for Girls.The girls placed

Marinda Mosby, Kenneth Roundtree,Arthur Cowart,Iphonso 3rd in the finals held on Friday.
Harrington, Rosalyn Johnson and a host of other guests. With the score of 63-45 the Bulls started off the season defeating
The Happening was at the fabulous pad o f Sammiemae : the Mays High Rams.In the Second game Miami Springswas
Roberts, a former soul sister of the week, with the help of a : "t.": ';':'-1 Hung by"Bull Power" 103-76.Friday the 13 usually sing-
group of girls. The mean sounds that echoed through the house : ;; <1" Vi ifies bad luck, but for the team it was nothing of the sort The
grooved with the swingers as they did the latest steps. Dig it Bulls won their 3rd straight win with over 100 points. The

man, everyone was in their own bag and did their own thing. ; ,,, score was 107-65. Northwestern was the first schoolto break
The The '"It 100 this year.In .
motorcycle gang even grooved awhile. atmosphere :: '
glowed with such pretty girls as Glorida Thompson, Rosalyn 1ti _, last weeks Miami News Northwestern had two players to
Holmes, Carol Salter, Pat Stevens, Di'Ann Bowen, Beverly be on spotlight, Eddie "Whop" Brown, Senior and Johnny
Parks, Glenda Thorpe, Karen McCjea, Lynnette Grant, Betty Sod Satin 01 de Wed "Deke" Haslem, senior. Haslem, returning for his 3rd year,
Streeter, Atleanor Wise, ChefyTRobinson, Fisheye's girl- ranks 10th in scoring in the county.Edward Nelson, senior returning
Helen Williams, Dalia Williams,GwenSanders, Bernice Ward, Yvonne Collins our soul sister of the week is the for his 4th year, ranks 5th.
Marion Alexander and many other upsetters. Yeah man! like daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Collins, of 1890 Hialeah will furnish the oppossition Friday for the Bulls
you were there too! Rutland St., Opa-locka. She attends Miami-Dade Jr. Basketball team 3:30 in the gym.The wrestling team will also
The Guys and Gals showed a bad psychedelic flick to the kids College where she is a member of Kappa Theta Delta meet Southwest, Friday at 3:30.
who paraded in scores to the set on 55th Terrace and 7th Ave Sorority. She is also the president of the Opa-locka From all of us at N.H.S.toallof you: Merry Christmas an
nue. On the scene was ShirleySimmons one of the gals, wear- Civic Club Jr.s' a most prosperous New Year.
ing her bad after five mini, mini,also in the crowd were Rose House of PhotographySUPREME

Truss, Mary Daniels, Jefferson Reaves, David and Donald l 4 _. J
James, Beverly Parks with her beautiful_ curls,RosalynSmith .- .
clean as usual, Vernon Hamilton, Barry and Larry Young, IJACKSONJOTTINGS
Henry Bouie, George Marshall, Cliff B. Edwards, Patricia
Marshall, Gary Range, Bop with the bad natural,Nat Vaughns,
Barry Hunter, Charles Smith, Arthur Cowart, Eric Jenkins,
Marsha Rolle,Juanita Mention,Larry Pleasure,Jobloand Paul
Schubert.Let .
us not forget the college kids playing the scene:Sam and \ By ARNETTA WILLIAMS
aI Ruth Stubbs, Carol Wright, Peter Warrell, Anthony Williams, WBEAUTYG .-,

r Glenda Spence, Curtis Ford,Herbelene West,Mildred Gamble, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ --..- -J
Billy Young, Elvis Paschal, many, many more. The hostesswas
Lillian 'Pigg"Ledon president of the Guys and Gals. Pigg Sl\lO Senior mixed chorus presented an excellent and most out-
has a message; "See you next week, same time, same place standing Christmas Concert making last Thursday a night to
with a 25? admission, so save all." SPECIALS! remember.
. . . . . . . AFRO WIGS $35.00 Really enthused in Christmas spirit,Hi-Y service club spon-

100% HUMAN HAIR WIGS up sors yearly a White Christmas program. White Christmas is
FUTURE EVENTS PLANNED FOR YOUR HOLIDAY up a service to under-privileged families which provides boxes
PLEASURE: 100% FAllS' $30.00 up filled with canned goods, toys, clothes and other necessities
All Liberty City youth are invited to a Swinging Christmas WIGLETS 9.95 upSEASON'S large families need.
Party at Tacolcy Center, 836 NW 62ndStreetSunday Decem- Get your classic and Christmas hairgoods Opti-Miss service club bought and beautifully decorated a
ber 22, at 4 p.m. here. Only a few dollars holds Christmas Tree. The tree is placed in the center patio where
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The Carver Branch YMCA will hold it's annual Christmas Christmas. all students can highly appreciate and recognize the efforts of
Program and Party Monday, December 23, at 6:30 p.m. On 9110 NW nth AVENUE 691-9392 OptiMiss.
hand will be the Richard Strachan Combo for your listeningand Tri-HI-Y sponsored a successful swinging party Saturday,
dancing pleasure. The fellows can feast their eyes on Cas- December 14 at the home of one of the members, Miss pa-
sandra Jefferson, Miami Northwestern Senior Miss tricia will
United iimrifeigertaaats rt>aaaaat art ataaatewtaaataaara rt7aA Blackmon. Expressing Christmas spirit, TrI-Hi-
Black Students. Refreshments will be served. go to a home to visit manyparentless children and a nursing -
The C YO of Holy Redeemer invites you Black Is Beautiful home to entertain several senior citizens.
Monday,December 23rd from 7:30-11:30 pm. A live band Senior superlatives were chosen and > song the thirteen
will be on hand In the Church Hall and admittance is 75? stag i categories were: Best all-around, Yvette McKinny and Larry
and $1.25 drag. Semi-formal or African dress. Allen; best looking, Susie Brown and Julius Wade; most ath-

* * * * * * * GREETINGS letic, Oscar Anderson and Cbi1uita Sanford; most intellectual,
AT THE PSYCHEDELIC SCENE: Delores Webster and Calvin Hayes; most popular, Beverly
The Amboy Dukes played the Image last weekend and they 1 Parks and Paul Schubert; wittiest, Rawn Kearson ana Sharon
played it big. In addition to their guitar screeching sounds . ,: 9 ,9't Kelly; most school spirit,Jose Mateo Elaine Scott; friend-
they took several soul songs and rendered them in their psy . liest, Barbara Fountain and James McDuffie; most likely to

chedelic version. The artistry was unbelieving. However, the . . .. ... -- ., -- succeed, Rosalind Smith and Nick Manzini; most dependable,
Amboy Dukes had competition in spades. Also appearing were -." ..---'- ... ..'-- ._: Juanita Mention and Lamont Norwood; most talented, Althea
the Bangles and Jamine and the Fantasies.Jamine* definitely :"! : '0 1.h \... ;': ..,;;: : I Tate and Richard Taylor; most soul, Perry Leeks and Fran-
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Miami's answer to Janis Joplin. Not only is the short blonde ''''t ... \.:' ., "I. '>' cina Reynolds; and best dressed, Lena Turner and Tony
beauty very pretty, but she is also very talented. To see her : ) Chester.
dance is very amusing. it Is amazing how she moves with the / The student council and it's cabinet has been working dili
music and what it does to her. Jamine is someone that must r I gently to maintain the standards of a respectable high school.

be seen. There is nothing I can say in describing her that will r, ';'t ,h I Among their responsibilities, student council has been selling

equal her in person. sweatshirts, jackets, pennants slide rules, and several other
"I. g odds and ends. Sponsored by Mr. Robert Wilcosky, student
45 OF THE WEEK: "Pm Hooked On A Feeling" by.B. J.. I I, :'.&)41f-. IIt council prepares for dances, provides for sport events and
Thomas \ practically could we manage
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ALBUM OF THE WEEK:"Merry Christmas"by Stevie WonderI ,? 1' ).. ,- without them?
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December ; 17
11l1lftTUnn alliIn '' 'H''J .

T Carver YMCA Christmas Program
Teachers Abroad I

And Party \

Recruitment BeginsAn
The Carver Branch YMCA diately following the program;!
',will hold its: annual ChristmaS Miss United Black Students
opportunity to live and those paid in cities of 100,004 Program and Party,Mon (UBS) will be here to present
work overseas Is provided or more population.Additional day, December 23,at 6:30p.m. gifts. And as an added attraction .
members of the teaching pro- benefits to the basic salary are The program agenda includes: members of the Miami
fession by the Department of free housing or a housing allowance dance selections by the June Dolphins and Miami Floridians -,
Defense The Department, and transportation to Brownlee Dancers,talent pre- will be on band toassis
wPt through the Florida State Em- and from the overseas station. sentations by members of the Miss UBS and her court.'
ployment Service, is recuit- "Y" Council, Richard All "Y" members, neighborhood -
"" ing now for "Teachers Department of Defense Strachan and his combo,se- children, and "Y"
; Abroad," which provides cultural schools are located in 192 different lections by the Miami North- supporters are cordially in4
social and educational locations around the western Chorus under the direction vited. Refreshments wilt
opportunities for quali- world, wherever the childrenof of Mr. Arthur Evans, be served.
fied teachers. not less than one year, and special guests. Please come out and Join the
T1 Applicants must be U. S. teachers around the world The party will begin Imme- festivities
citizens, have a Bachelors De- provide a sound American
: gree with 18 semester hours of educational curriculum for

'" professional teacher training, these minor dependents. In I. No Qtarg* tf WeCtiflft
a teaching certificate and two Miami, recruitment is being
years of teaching experience. held at the Florida State Em-
j (Teaching experience must be ployment Service, Commer- Jftr ft Jfanm

>> <. ...... U t within the past five years, of cial Office, 14 NE 1st Avenue.
.: which one year must be in the Come in and ask Mrs. Ruth
ti .. I field for which the candidate is Chinsley about this fine opportunity -
\ 'applying. Salaries compare to .

I "Babes In Toyland" At StlRE

Drew Jr. High 1t

"Babes In Toyland," the "Toyland," "I Can't Do The
immortal operetta by Victor Sum," "The March of the
Herbert, will be presented by Toys," and all the other love- 1r
the Music Department of ly music which abounds in this r Makes
Charles R.Drew Junior High very delightful and amusing

School, Thursday, December operetta.
19; at 7:30: p.m. in the audi- This production is being \ i yIt a
torium.A sponsored by the Music Boos- I
ter's Club, a group of inter- j -
cast of fifty young performers ested and involved parents,as i
assisted by the one of their fund-raising pro-
musicians of the school jects for this school year.The AMERICA
orchestra, .will bring to life price of admission for this FURNITURE
such memorable melodies as event is $2.00.

2300 m m St

I Union Carbide Opens THE SPIRT OF GIVINGThe *

boys and girls of Pri- projects and cards for the stu-
New Miami Plant mary School C" and Temple dents at the Temple.We .
Beth Am Religious School are hope this will be just the BINDERS Open Evenings until 9
Anew custom hand surface two Plasma-Plating and wee
Open Saturdays until 5:30 '\
actively demonstrating brotherhood beginning of year prac- BALDWIN
coatings facility, built pri- Detonation Gun units as well
in action during the tices of brotherhood, mutual .tT WSJ[ IIAME.If. MUS( Open Sundays Ii30to5tiano
marily to serve the needs of as support facilities includinga holiday season respect and friendship. 1d
the Southeast's growing aircraft metallurgical laboratory,
and airline overhaul industry cleaning and stripping equip- The Religious School located ,
was opened here this ment, quality control laboratory in South Miami encouraged -
I Htft
week by Union Carbide Cor- and an engineering section the students to share their I
poration Coatings Service enabling the company to Chanukah' with the studentsof :
Department. offer highest quality,custom Primary School "C" at EMERSONTELEVISIO
engineered metal and ceramic Christmas time. As a result .
The Miami plant -- seventh coatings to its customers.The each of the 300 students at Pri-
facility of its type to be open mary School "C" will take ? .
ed by Coatings Service in the plant was opened in response home a beautiful gift.
United States n is located at to rapidly growing requirements J .
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6400 NW 72nd Ave. It houses for critical wear The students of primary H. Il .'/ ,
and abrasion resistant coat- School "C in turn are pre- i( ..
paring murals, creatve art r I
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$5.00 BALDWIN $694 .

,. PIANO '.ncltopfonot;
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A rare opportunityl! We made a terrific- buy on brand
BROWNSVILLE new Baldwin pianos and are able to pass on the savings i'
Call to you! Prices start at $694 and are the lowest we ..
DRUG STORE have seen for true Baldwin qualityl! Every piano has the
751-5629 full Baldwin guarantee. Choose from many styles
SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE French and Italian Provincial, Contemporary, Classic!
COMMUNITY FOR 18 YEARS NO CREDIT Traditional and Mediterranean styles. Many finishes, including *
Happy holidays to REQUIRED walnut, cherry, mahogany, oak, muple. Easy
I all of you from all 4634 NW 27 Ave. terms arranged. We'll give you a liberal trade-in allowance I
634-7233 for your present piano or organ. If you would p
of us this year. like music in your home for the holidays, come see us, I

SUN GLASSES CLOCKS APPLIANCES PIANOS . lifetime warranty. Ebony finish. it

STEREOSW.T. Bench Optional. Easy terms: as little as $20 I

Prescriptions Our SpecialtyDRUGS down. Compare at $595. $393 ex

From the Staff at:
COSMETICS SUNDRIES WELLS Miomi'i Aulh fltd Baldwin.Piano. Organ fc Guitar DtaUr' .r

4450 NW 17th Ave. II 45 N. W. 54th Street
William West Jr. 2020 Blvd. FR 19661Pak
Warren Welters. Reg. Pharmacist Miami, Florida 33127' Biscayne
Prop. (T.F.) Fiee-Open'tll 9, Sot. 'til 5:30, Sun. 1.:30-0 5 .


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,Factory Worker Receives.

$1,500 For JobDiscrimination

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A charge of j Job discrimination An examination of company' |
based on race which the records by a Commission Investigator
f U, S. Equal Employment Opportunity foiled to support a
aepNY Commission investigated company official's allegationthat
/ and conciliated with the woman had not been
r the company involved has resulted recalled because of unsatisfactory -
IS in the payment of$1,500 Job performance.A .
to a female factory worker and
reinstatement of employment. senior official of the firm,
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ii after reviewing the record,
Grand Associate Matron, Announcement that her employer -
said he felt the woman had been
Order of Eastern Star State of and the Commissionhad treated unfairly and concurred
Florida PHA sends season arrived at a settlement
;# in the agreement subsequently
rr Stars satisfactory to all was made by
greetings to the Eastern developed through EEOC
entire Masonic Family PHA Clifford L. Alexander, Jr., conciliation with the company.
and fr lends.-Behold., what EEOC Chairman.
The cash payment was madeto
of love the Father
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An employee of an elec- compensate the woman for
OBC CLASSIC PRESIDENTS GET RADIOS hath' bestowed uponus. tronics firm for two years,the loss of income incurred by not
3-1. complainant was laid off with having been recalled earlier.
; Dr. J. D. Boyd (left) president of Alcorn for '
; A&H College and Dr. Benjamin Again may angels sing several other workers. When The company said, however,.
L. Perry Jr. {right) are presented with transistor radios by Aubrey Lewis of ,you and stars shine out above, she learned that whites with that 11 was not an admission

I .the F.W. Woolworth Company, New York City. The Woolworth Company spon- bringing earth for hope and of those peace on less seniority had been recalled -. of violation of Title VB.

|| sored a brunch for. the coaches and players of the Orange Blossom Classic love you you she filed a complaint with
EEOC discrimination
which was played in Miami recently. Merry Christmas and a .charging Job -

"AstieClmt:>A "' EEOC enforces Title Vn of
the 1964 Civil Rights Act that
Private "Clubs" Which Seek prohibits Job discriminationbased

I on race,color,religion, YMCA
\ sex or national origin.
To Bar Negroes ChallengedWASHINGTON
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-The U. S, privileges and immunities" If successful, the LDF will
Supreme Court has decided to under the Constitution and establish law affecting resort-
review whether privately owned Title n of the Civil Rights Act type recreational facilities a
'f and operated "clubs" and of 1964 across the nation.
recreational areas which bar Lake Nixon is a recreationalarea LDF attorneys John W.Walker
Negroes are covered by the made up of 232 acres and and NormanJ.Chachkinof
Civil Rights Act of 1964. servicing approximately 100-, Little Rock are Joined by Di-
000 persons each season. rector-Counsel Jack Green-
t NAACP Legal Defense and
Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) General advertisements offer berg, James M. Nabrit, m, l'I 1969
i. attorneys asked the High Court memberships in the Norman C, Amaker, and Con- I
"club" for twenty-five cents. rad K. Harper of New York
i to rule in the case of two Little
1 LDF attorneys said in their City.
Rock, Ark. Negroes, Mrs. 68I
brief that "a
significant num-
t. Doris Daniel and Mrs.Rosalyn "Any wh.,. in the world 1g
ber of people know thatLake
Kyles. you wont to go"1TL7t'Fl.
I Nixon is in fact open to the hoJe
The women charged that the white public in general and thata COSTNOMO&AT
{ Lake Nixon Club, Pulaski nominal membership fee is 0BAHAMATROYS'
County, Art, was "depriving charged simply to exclude undesirables '
them, and Negro citizens including Ne- IWM'ftftITiUI'EL 'I'Ior
similarly situated, of rights, groes." 4UHR/

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A. near to you o. your I 6917 NW 15th Avenue
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May the New Year bring you luck, success Aye. fR 98451. Chat. C'I 'MM M""'awcw i a(
and Happiness North, Manager. .

Thank you again and

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JJtt' ., 'ID' @ 1I < I i Avery Merry Christmas to youl I'I

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( all days R. C. Coleman, PresidentMrs.
May your Rachel Coleman, First Vice President I

I BH Arthur Coleman, Second Vice President .
Jin all ways:' be filled. l Lonnie Coleman, Secretory
John Arnold, Treasurer
gwith happiness.Sarah's .

SMITH Charm Center I

Real Estate Investments 5329 NW 11th AVENUE 69&-3161
4606 NW 7th Avenue 3190118.r'
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r Dental Scholarships For Negro I Drua Info Center OoenerJ'
A 24-hour a day Drug Information or youths who hare become In- erous offer of the Catholic

I Students Available Center, for those who volved. Archdiocese,' Huttoe' said.
are "hooked" andneedhelpor Staffed by the Catholic Welfare "The Drug Information Center

ffCHICAGQ-NPO"The( i ing sought through AFDE found background, financial_ need and H for those who are Just curious, Bureau of the. Archdio- will provide a badly needed
American Fund for Dental raising activities. character. went into operation this week cese of Miami, the Drug Information source of expert advice on
Education's new program of Any Black college student "Although grades are im- under the Joint sponsorship of Center is the first of narcotics and drugs.
dental Scholarships for Black i may apply for one of the 1969- portant," Sloane said the Crime Commission of two major steps "the ,Crime "The operation will be in the
College students has moved 70 AFDE .scholarships. Dur- student with an interest in, dentistry any- Greater Miami, the Archdiocese Commission has sought in beginning very capable hands of Dr. Ben
Into Its second year with the i ing that year, the must com- is urged to apply." of Miami, the United a major war againstthe Sheppard, Head of the Catholic
announcement that applica- ]plete the minimum number of Deadline for making Health Foundation of the fearful increase of narco- Welfare Bureau.I could not
tions are available for the 106970 courses needed to apply for plication is next July. Selec-ap- United Fund and the Dade tics and dangerous drugsin think of a better selection for
entrance to dental school in County Juvenile Court. our area ," said Crime this
school year. ] ther tions will be announced in Important post. I hope the
Hailed as a "giant step" b y fall of 1970.Applicants. August. Applications areabil- By dialing 379-0707 at any Commission PresidentArthur telephone number 379-0707

Black dental educators, the are consideredon able from the AFDE, 211 E. time of the day or night adviceon E. Huttoe. will become a new work in the
was made the basis of their academic narcotics and drugs can be "We are very happy and teenage of
nationwide program s: Chicago Ave., Chicago, 60611. our. community -
possible by a $177,500 three- obtained by worried parents most appreciative of this gen ," .- '
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efffort Intensive and availability career guidance of its ?'t';;:.:::: :: :,.; ': ' ,':{ : \ i'; i;:'.

scholarships.Four .
men and two women" +

are currently completing theirfinalyearofpredentaleduca I

tion with the help of AFDE- : +$;

. scholarships for the 1968-69
. school year. Each are at ,?. ,. i' f\ \
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different undergraduate !; .
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schools around the country.All ,. ;'; ": '
six of the students are receiving -
$2,500 from the AFDE.

Providing they: maintain good =1 ,
grades, they will also receiveup
to $2,500 for each of the
four years of dental school. :,1tr

Two of the current scholar \ .
ships are sponsored by the

i Kellogg foundation, two by an ,,' ; : : '
anonymous contribution, one >
: by Pepsi-Co, New York, and :'

r one by Procter & Gamble Co., .-

I, Cincinnati. .
David Sloane, chairman of y''
,: the A F D E 's advisory committee -

for the program, said
{" that in the last years Blacks .
have decreased to the point ; Jwii,
that today there is only one : j;

Black dentist per 11,500black ,"

people.Sloane, who is special project <

coordinator for the Wm. :
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W rig i 1 ey Jr., Company j S A
Chicago, said that members of' !
f4 f:
his committee found some t

counselors have discouragedBlack .. '. .',.,' .:T Yt< : 0.."' , ,

sidering students a dental career from con-because <'( 4 d .
the counselor did not ).'H #
know of the fin an cia lassis- .

tance available. ,,'it,...:..: ,..;+ <.:$\.... A4 ". ,,+' y, '
"Just to m a i n t a I n the *,,'p"''t*,: ', 10.0:."..""... 1 "1':t' :\". ,
present level of care, dentis- "
try nee d s many thousandsmore :
dentists. There den- '
tal career opportunties in ':\, t ,\ kx. ,: : : .: ..,, :. '.." .,.! ,
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private practice, teaching, research t'. ; ; 'i : ,/ :" ::? : '; : ;
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and public health," ; J Cki:: : +
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The AFDE hopes to provideat ,1 ,
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least 12 new scholarships :< ..j<:. ', :'"t .:: .': :,::1', ,' :J.-...;..3 i ...
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 20, 1968

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6026 'NW 7th Avenue

I Popular Prices 4400. NW 7th Avenue CONSTRUCTION
I Earl Edwards 2939 NW 48th Terrace
Better dresses made to Prop. TAILORS & CLEANERS 634.6233
measure. Alterations fast 1 Day S.rvlc. Alterations
Additions, Fla
Rms, Baths
CULMER NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER and fr... (Indef) FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 634.9251 27th Avenue

Claudia Fuller, Area Director : IC-gisCiiaC--1I1x1iRilKiiwR: MANKER.MIL TON
Cora Miranda, Public Affairs Officer 6701 NW 691.9151 15th Avenue WINDOW REPAIR REALTORSBROWN REALTY

4740 NW 7th Avenue
The Culmer Advisory Board met on Wednesday, December RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Install, Repair Windows, 754-0655 I
11 to elect officers. Mr.William E..Meadows was re-elected 1 11 MORTUARY Operators, Scr..n, Glass
president, Mr. Melvin Jackson, vice-president, Mrs. Betty 5253 NW 7th Licensed, Fr. Estimates
Freeman, secretary, and Rev. George Sawyer, chaplain.Mr. 754-0681 .r 154.0682IMPORTEXPORT 635-9869 DRESS SHOPS
Phil Johnson of the EOPI acquainted the group with the 5843 NW 17th Avenue
purposed Community Action Agency Plans and PrioritiesCap HOUSE OF 7 SEAS PAINTING 696.3515

( Form 81), for their comments and suggestion.Miss ,Jt BOUTIQUEAfroAsian
Crystal Lee was elected Miss Central District. Miss J.w.lry, PerfumesArts "Private Homes our Specialty LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
Lee Is a student at Booker T. Washington High School. She Crafts Fr. Estimates 6112 NW 7th Avenue
4409 NW 7th Avenue Martin W. Smith;
represented the Culmer Center in the Classic Parade. 371.5914 or 633-4765
Mrs. Claudia Fuller, moved into her new office,at 1163 NW

3rd Ave. (formerly the Bonded Rental Agency).Her staff con- Public Accountant DON'T LOSE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE

sists of; Mr. Charles Dent, Job developer; andCora Miranda, Income Tax Notary SR-22's Flied Pay as You Drive
public affairs officer. If you are seeking employment,you may 633-3735
see Mr. Dent at this office or Mr. Alexander at Culme Cen- 5264 NW 24th Avenue CALL 667-1443
ter. for appointment
Please don't forget the Pre-Christmas Party held by the j Bringing Bookk..plng & Tax Service ALBERT GREENBERG AGENCY
yougreetings 1730 NW 57th
Culmer Federal Credit Union December 19.The purpose of : and 691.2114 Street 5704 Bird.Rood

this party is to give to the individual responsible for havingthe Tropical Tog Agency
largest amount of shares a $25.00 saving bond. Consola- good wishes for SEWING MACHINE
tion and door prizes will be given. Time 8 p.m. be on time SPECIAL
the holidays. WE'VE MOVED!!!
1JOHN F. KENNEDY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER ::( 1968 .....f t. 3 DAYS ONLY Magic City & Harlem Cabs'

Willie B. Brown, Acting Director S. MOSSELECTRIC ;;1 We oil and*ill adjust clean) C Operating the Citgo Service Station

Joann Rue, Public Affairs Officer ,I any sewingmachine 9 9 NEW

CONTRACTOR of.regardless age LOCATION 1501 NW 62 St.
7512 NW 14th Avenue of
condItionCALL NEW 696.6400
The South Dade Mental Health Foundation, Inc. has cornpletedarrangementsfortheopeningoftheMentallealthClinic- 696-5614 PHONE
; : _---------
to be located In the Professional.Building Cutler Rodge/The relwutismripetmriwsriasriimrismriwstlR
opening date is January 13, 1969. Full time or Part-time

,. 6v Apply at Office
For those persons in the moderate income bracket, who

k have been uable to travel to Miami for treatment or who have CAL'SRESTAURANTLOUNGE

r found the weekly drive a hardship, the Clinic will provide a

much needed service. is the first of its kind to be ACTION T.V. Sales & Service
located in the heavily populated suburban area. It offers the
Home of Soul Food Imported
same services available at Jackson Memorial Hospital and
County Clinic.TRANSPORTATION. conditioned'for I/o' _
your com* OF YOUR T.: v.. PROBLEMSWE


; There is a "special" bus available for the South Dade residents Owned and Operated by: FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
In-route various medical establishments.The medical
establishments include Kendall Clinic, Variety Hospital, and YOUNGBLOOD
Jackson Memorial Hospital.For (Dec.27))
further information contact your local NeighborhoodEOPI
Center. 696-3381' 8626 NW 22 Ave.



There will be a good grooming session held at the center, Insurance Immediate SR-22 Filings

422 SW 11th Ave., Homestead, beginning January 14, from Liability Physical Low
Monthly Payments
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Let the spirit of the DamageSR

The session will be for teen-agers and adults. Mrs. HazelJ. New Year fill your 22 Filing AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSE

Tobly, of the Fashion Two Twenty Studio in Coral Gables, heart with joy. No One Refused
will be the instructor. She can be contacted at her office be- D. GOODMAN & SONS
tween 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., 444-7133. KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
Finance Chargeas
OPA-LOCKA NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER JOE'S MARKET little as Same location for two 'generations

Benny L. O'Berry, Area Director '' 6981 NW 15th Avenue
Genesta Sweeting, Public Affairs Officer 15% OOWN 2688 NW 62nd ST. Phone: 691-0380
pselAstlRsl__1RDriTlli6wlr JlCEisriipstib i

Thirty children from F-l Neighborhood Center enjoyed a arlbmtiPariweraAat atRntaRa.w (South Door) ,
full weekend this past Saturday and Sunday. Saturday morning
the day care children enjoyed a Christmas party. Saturday PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

afternoon the older children were treated to a Christmas party AGENCY STEREO
and presents at the Bethany Evangelist Church in North Miami. Phone:754-4951 RECORDER

On Sunday a group of Opa-locka Dolphin fans were treatedto 5941 NW 7th Avenue
the last Dolphin game of the season. VET TV

The North Dade Improvement Association, Inc. Charles
(' Curry,president formed a committed for the purpose of col- TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
lecting clothing from persons in the community to establish a FLORIST

clothing outlet for needy families for Christmas.Richard Love KI&Ift!. r1oMAaR SfQ 379-7735
is heading the committee along with Mrs. Bertha Franklin,
Mrs. Essie Carr, Miss Virginia Snell.and Miss Vanessa Carr. r 346 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN R109

I The following persons have been working faithfully solicitingfor 1

the North Dade Improvement Association, Inc. they are Y
Ruth Mabel Birdie White Ishmeal 4340 N. W. 7th A,5MIor.I ,
Mes. Singleton, Rogers, ,
Sharpe and Bernard Thomas. The Fact Finding Committee ,i -.; FlwU PROTCCY YOUR FURNITURE
submitted suggestions for various business ventures. Mr. : I St CUSTOM MADE 111
Berry and Joann Turner, along with the neighborhood peopleare I oi
working diligently to make the association a success. I I PLASTIC FURNITURE (Jj

Theodore Johnson Area Director LONG LASTING "
19 66 Pt,, RSSISIANT
Henrietta Johnson, Public Affairs Officer PULLTGUARANILLO
Best wishes for the ? -

The mother's of the center gave a fascinating and enjoy- UOnAA1. .. ., ? u,
Holidays to all of our .d rt wtw'wii
able Thanksgiving party for the children. The Parents Club W o. Nny ll SNS pSSIS

gave the party as a small token for the many services ren- patrons. WE WIRE FLOWERS AY.i.ur is MII ISTIMATRS S' )
dered to them through the EOPI. ANYWHERECode 111 rii 11 SPECIALIZING nEns
Sharon Ammons, former Child Opportunity Center student, SUP COVERS Rr/16Nf1
From the Entire Staff of 305 EXCLUSIVELY'
recently participated in the Dunkin'Donut annual Market Semi

nar at the Miami Beach Carillon Hotel. Others from the area KING REALTY 754-8061 House ol Gretchen

were Gene Mills, Todd Sumpter, Florine Ammons, Cashle 8000 NW 7th Avon.M.
Ammons and Lawrence Draluck. 758-4371 Call anytime 24 hour service 2745082

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I I Negro Businessmen Buy Woolworth Store In Plan To Help community INEW

F W.Wool- : ''
YORK.announced- < a unique First-mortgage financing gineered a landmark in the worth chairman, said, "the needed for mass distributionby native of New York City,start-
worth sale-and-leaseback Co.has arrangement $41,575,000 the Equitable was provided by reform of land ownership in plan to present the land to the large retailers. Several ed with Woolworth in 1936and
that will transfer Life Assurance disadvantaged neighbor- community through trustee- have become important sup- managed Woolworth stores in
ownership of one'of its major Society in,as the'billion-dollar part of its participation hoods," Dr. Wyatt Tee Wal- ship of theCanaan'Baptist" pliers of the Woolworjh%Co: 'Jtew York since 1950.
in- ker, minister of the community
Cannan Church gives the Harlem REQUIRES ADDITIONAL
stores in Harlem.toblackciti- ner-city investment "The annual payroll of the
programof Baptist Church
declared. a piece of the action by' EMPLOYESThe
zenship, with'the"objective: of the life insurance industry. black new store most of which will
establishing, 'ownership modern Woolworth
benefits to the,entire Harlemomm.mity. Additional mortgage financing TO NAME TRUSTEES remain In the Harlem com-
of this valuable propertywith store with total
very a of55,000
This was achieved is
being provided will be In excess of
( by the munity,
Trustees'to be named the
by its income eventually square feet,will increase sell-
through a group the of combined social,,financialand effortsof American sicians. Federation of Mu- church are Dr.Walker,Robert flowing to the benefit of the en- ing space from 9,000 to 39,000 $500,000," Mr. Brown said.
black leaders including Harlem Carter, general counsel of the tire community." square feet and will require an William J. Vanden Heuvelof
Freedom Associates Freedom Asso- NAACP; Dr. Mamie Clark, Woolworth has been workingwith eventual additional employees the law firm of Stroock and
Harlem ; ciates said it
plans to
Berlind and Weill convey executive director of North- a number of Negro-owned to be hired in the Har- Stroock and La van,represented -
carter, the land to the Canaan
Baptist side Center; Rev. William manufacturing companies, he lem community.The the'purchaser and the law
bankers the,
Inc., investment ; Church, 132 West 116th
Equitable Life Assurance Society and that the church will Street, James of the Ministerial InterFaith said, to help them attain the st or eis.under the and the American Feder- a committee of appoint Association; Roy quality, uniformity and large- of H 1fton E. Brown, a Austin and' Ives, representedthe
citizensas '
Innis, executive director of scale merchandise Droduction Negro manager. Mr. Brown a sellers.
ation of Musicans.The trustees to advise on the use CORE: Livingston Wingate,
entire project, when of the future income for all of executive director of the New
completed, will be valued at Harlem. Harlem Freedom Associates York Urban League; Ned W.
more than $2 million. It involves is a limited partnership Thompson, chairman of the tt4L
property located at composed of a cfoss-sec- church's board trustees
208-220 West 125th St. The tion black citizens from Rev. Ivor Moore, minister of;
land and completed store is be- various walks of life, and of- Walker Memorial Baptist
ing sold'to newly formed Harlem ficers of the investment bank- Church, and the Rev. Earl

Freedom Associates The ing firm of Carter,Berlind and Moore, minister of St. Paul kL4q
rental Income enabled the pur- Weill, Inc."The Baptist Church. ---
chaser to finance the project. participants have en- Robert C. Kirkwood, Wool- :


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2 door Sedan Woolworth store on 125th Street in New York's Harlem view an artist's render.
Down Mo, for 36 Months ing of the store after it was sold to a group of Negro businessmen for the

I Buick's new Opel Kadett 2-dr. sedan. eventual benefit of the community itself. In the picture, left to right are

TEST DRIVE ONE TODAY AT Robert C. Kirkwood, Woolworth chairman; Rev. Wyatt Walker, Canaan Baptist

Church; James F. Oates Jr., chairman of Equitable Life Assurance Society -

of the U. S., and Clarence Jones, vice president of Carter, Berlind and Weill,
Sheehan "
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Mrs. Amelia Taylor of 1201 Brown, died Dec. Mrs.' Christina Davis of

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSIN ) N.W. 63rd St., died Wednes- 13 in Veterans Hospital. He 1714 NW 2nd Avenue died at

day, December 11. Her survi.' is survived by .one cousin Jackson Hospital, Dec. 13.She

vors Include one daughter, Hattie Ruddley of Lake Alfred, is survived by her son Leroy;

II Odessa Jefferson; three sons; Fla. Services were held Wednesday two brothers Jonathan and

Eugene, Orlander and Morris Shellman Lewis, and a sister
MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Taylor; three brothers, Rev. Hazel Crenshaw of 2178 NW Alice Hill Services were held

I loving memory of sad but loving mpmoryof Amos Dantley, Jack and Lincoln 5th PI., died Dec. 15, inJackson Tuesday in the chapel.

In sad but loving memory Dantley; one son-in-law, Hospital. She is survivedby Mrs. Susie Buckner of 6320

of our dear husband and father. JESSIE LINDBERGH Freeman J e f fer son, two one sister Tessie Young; NW 19th Avenue, diedatJackson -
f" << daughters-in-law; Seven one niece Hazel Young; two Hospital, Dec. 14. She is
who from
departed this earth
1I 1-' : nieces andnephews; nephews: ; Charlie and Elvin; survived by two nieces Lillie
on December 20, 1966. five and 5
grands great grands.
four grandchildren; two grand Berry and Mary Hunt, a close
The shield of faith repels the
Her remains were shipped to
nieces and four nephews. Arrangements friend Velma Johnson. Ser-
y Chester for last
Georgia are incomplete. vices were held Tuesday, at
That Satan's hands may
throw Noble Dixon of 768 NW 64 Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

i His arrow; cannot reach thy Services for Mrs. DorothyHawthorne St., died Dec. 14 in Cedars of Frank Holland of 16425 NW

heart, of 1606 N.W. 3rd: Lebanon Hospial. Survivors 24th Avenue died at Opa-locka

If Christ controls the bow. Avenue Apt.2 were held Saturday include a wife Alice; two sisters General Hospital, Dec. 12. He

December 14th, 12:30 p.m. Arrle Chester and Dora is survived by his wife Amanda,

Mrs. Florence Williams, in theLibertyCityChapel.Hersurvivors Jey; one step daughter Cora a son James; a daughter Mrs.
An Include, a husband I|, Russell. Services will be held
mother and the family Barbara Quarles; two grand- :

----. ...- mother, Helen Goodwin, and' Saturday, 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai children and three sisters.

r.....,__ eight grands. Baptist Church. Services were held Wednesdayin
IN MEMORIAMIn I tALBERT Services for Cleveland Al- the
Moses of 4254 chapeL
ston of 543 N.W. 12th Street
of our belovec NW 23id Ave. died 11 in
this life memory Dec. John Thompson of 277 NW
departed Dec.
were held Saturday December14th
son and brother Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. 43rd St., died at JacksonHos-
23,1966. 11 a.m. in the Liberty
For all the saints who from City,Chapel. Survivors Include a wife Mary pital Dec. 12. The World Warn

their labor rest. -- Services for Mrs. Essie four daughters Dorothy, Ann, Veteran left no surviving
Josie, and Edna two brothers relatives but a friend Mrs.
; ,
Who thee by faith before the Ross of 308 N.W. 14th Street
world confess A. MAYCOCKwho James and Frank one sister Alice Jeffries. Services were (
held Saturday December14th
Thy name oh Jesus, be for- departed this life Dec.21,, 3 the Liberty City Ann. Services will be held Sat- held Thursday, at 4 the

ever blest Hallelujah. 1965. Chapel. Her survivors includea urday, at 3 p.m. in Antioch chapel.

Mmes Agatha Hunter, wife I, Gone, but not forgotten. husband, James; two sisters Baptist Church. Mrs. Carrie Bell Wilson i

Alma Ferguson, Alfrancies Sadley missed by family d Vannard Dunn, Bertha Spells; Sally McLaughlin of 1170 2540 NW 56th Terrace, died I
East Alicia Rolle friends. NW 2ud Ave died Dec. 16. She Is survived
LuckyInez one b r other, John Henry Dec. 12 in by
Shirley Lewis, daughters; The Family Smith. Jackson Hospital. Survivors four sons Willie, Arthur,

Charles and Preston Hunter Services for Mr Ralph Rob- include three daughters Rosby and Charles ; three

sons and grandchildren. Tessie, Mezilia, Evelyn; sis- daughters Sandra Woods and
CARD OF THANKSThe inson of 652 N.W. 22nd Street
ter brother Della and Bernice seven
Mary; one Jessie.
were held Friday December13th
family of the late 3:30: p.m. in the Liberty Services were held Thursday grandchildren; and her father
CARD OF THANKSThe /' JOSHUA GLADNEY City Chapel. He issurvivedbya in the chapel. Willie Scruthcins. Serviceswill

IVORY (DANNY) COLAY extend grateful thanks to brother, Ross Robinson; anda Rev. Milton Fayson of 1940 be held Saturday, at 10

fMllII. family of the late who passed away December everyone for expressions of sister-in-law. NW 154th St., died Dec. 11.He a.m.. in_ the_ chapel.... 66 .__ __u __
21, 1965 sympathy in the form of cards Services for Alfred Hortonof is survived by his wife Noami; L. Ii. mlm 011453: NW 38

"God is too wise to make a condolences ;and flowers dur- 10308 S.W. 176th Street two adopted daughters; one St., died at North Shore Hos-

mistake We love him, But God ing our bereavement. were held Saturday December14th adopted son; one stepdaughter pital Dec. 13. he is survivedby

love him best" Special thanks to the pastorof 2 p.m. Kerr Memorial ; three brothers, Frank, his wife Ethel;one daughter

Georgia Mickins, mother Micanopy, Fla., friends and Methodist Church, Perrine. Ira, Benjamin, two sisters, Beulah Baker; two sisters
Catherine Gipsonsister neighbors of 57th St. and the His survivors include a wife, Rosa and Ella; slxgrandhild- Julia Obley and Mary Flowersa

House of Albert. Amanda; a fatherAlbertHorton ren. Services were held Tues- brother Leroy King; three

of New Orleans, La.; one day, at 3 p.m. in St. Paul ME. grandchildren and six great

,., V< 4 CARD OF THANKSThe Louise Gladney and Family son, Albert; two daughters, Remains were removed toTi- grandchildren. Services will

Lucille Clark and India Black- tusville, Fla. for further rites, be held Saturday, at 1 p.m. in

family of the late THANK. YOU ,..shire; mother-in-law, Lucy William Brantley of 299 NW the chapel.

a The family of the late Gwinn; one sister, Lucretia 10th St., died Dec. 10 in Jack Mrs. Luberta Jenkins of

ft MYRTLE GIBSON TAYLOR Davis of Memphis, Tenn. one son H o s pit a 1. Survivors include 1755 NW 6th PI., died at Jack

_ "_. __m_ w gratefully acknowledge and brother, Eugene, of Drew a wife Elizabeth; one son Hospital, Dec. 16. She is

MRS. LUCIA WEBBEDDEN ( thank you all sincerely for Miss., one aunt, Cora Sutton; daughter Dessie four sisters survived by her husband Jack;

wishes to acknowledge with 6e o your kind expressions of sym- sixteen grands and one great- Lucille FannieSalUeandAda. two sons John and Frank;'two

deep appreciation your loving a pathy. grand. Services were held Thursdayat daughters Emma Oliver and

expressions of sympathy dur- Your cards, letters, and James Grenshawof 5505NW Richardson chapel. Ernestine Jenkins; three

ing our bereavement.The telegrams were quite com 32nd Avenue, died Wednesday grandchildren; a son-in-law,

forting. Your phone calls and December 11, at his resi- SOUTH BROWARD Howard Oliver and a daughter-

family \ personal visits helped greatly dence. His survivors includea Funeral Services for Mrs. in-law, Yvonne Jenkins. Ser-

to ease the pains of sorrow father Harrison, Sr.; three A n nfeBellBouleof1024Foster vices will be held Saturday,at

that are experienced when one brothers, Earl, Harrison, Jr. Road, Hallandale who 1 p.m. in St. PaulAME Church

IN MEMORIAMIn loses a loved one. Your cov- and Dewitt;two sisters, Plum- died December 13, at the Or- with Rev. T. C. Kelley, officiating -

ered dishes and other mie and Laura Ann; His rem .
of sympa- thopedic General Hospital will
loving memory our
MR. ROSEVELT WARE thetic a Ins were shipped to of 6820 NW
dear mother and grandmotherLOVINA expressions were be held Saturday December21st Charles Sharp
greatly appreciated. Greenville, Alabama for last 3pm at Ebenezer Baptist 17th Ave., #5, diedathisresidence -
who this life
departed Dec.9th
Special thanks and appreciation rites. church with the Rev. O.W. Dec. 17. He is survivedby
and was laid to rest Dec. 14th, are extended to the entire Mrs. Ruby Denson 301 NW Foster officiating. She is survived his wife Ruth; a daughter
1968 wish
to extend grateful staff of the Oscar L. Range 81st Street, died Wednesday by a devoted husband Eleanor Stephens; three
everyone for their Funeral Home, the Floral December 11 at the Hialeah John, four brothers, three grandchildren; one great

expressions of sympathy in the Heights Elementary School Hospital Her survivors nieces two nephews other relatives grandchild; two sisters Lillian
form of d letters telegrams
car family, Father Elisha S. clude a husband, Dennis; two and friends. King and Isabell Blue; one brother
and floral contribu- Clarke and members of the sisters and three brothers Harold Sharpandanumber -

tions during our bereavement. Church of The Transfiguration Her remains were shipped to of nieces and nephews.
Special thanks to the staff ALBERTThe
our loving neighbors, the Cherryville, North Carolina Services will be held Saturday,
and per onne 1 of JacksonMemoJ'ial Saint Marie's for last Rembert Children An-
Guild of Saint at 3 p.m. in Christian Fellow-

Hospital, the Range Agnes Episcopal Church and Mr. Harry Hemmingway of gella, Robert, Jefferie and ship Baptist Church,Rev. P.S.

Funeral Home, Ushers' Board I the Auxiliary of Daniel. 936 N.W. 3rd. Avenue #8 died Derrick of 6345 S.W. 58th Ct., Brown, officiating.
No. 1, Rev. C. H.Smith,pastor Services
} Mullins Chapter #39 of the Wednesday
Sunday December 15
at Jack
and all the members of BethielemMissionaryBaptis- December James Evans of 7525NW14
D.A.V. 18th at Mt. Olive
son Memorial Hospital. His Ct. died Dec. 14 at Jackson
: Verne Baptist Church 3
Taylor Tinker survivors include p.m.
Church. Thanks also to Rev. a wife, Miss Hospital. He is survived by a
daughter Alicia a mother Lizzie Mildred Brown
r ; Ferguson sister Jackson two
West who Maggie
O.W. officiated. May ;
BROWN Fernley Taylor, son ; one sister, Luddle M. 14370 N. W. 22nd Avenue #6,
God bless each and brothers John and Bernis;
who departed this,life December everyoneof Chauncey Gibson of Hender Caldwell; one brother Marvin died Saturday December 14 at
two ne phews Me 1 vln
15, 1965. son.Ky. brother the Jackson
Hem Memorial
Mrs. Eva Mae Ware m ingw a y. Services, Harold and two nieces Elaine
When our heads are bowed Robert Reed, grandson Thursday December 19th at Hospital. She is survived by
and and Middle. are
( with woe,when our bitter tears FamilyIN Cynthia, Sherron, Eadron, 3 p.m. in the Liberty City her parents, Homer and Cora
.( o'er flow, when we mourn the granddaughters other rela Chapel. Sheffield; grandfather, Henry Incomplete.Sp4 .

,,( lost, the dear Jesu, son of tives and friends. Brown; three aunts, Essie Will J. McClendon of
; j', Mary hear! Jackson Davis of 22180S.W. Collins, Mattie Arnold, and 3092 NW 60th St.,was killed in

"..' > MEMORIAMIn M. H. RAHMINGS December 122nd Avenue died Sunday Eula Mae Brown; five uncles; action in South Viet Nam. He
The Brown Family 15th. His survivors Jim Collins Willie is survived by his wife Bar-
D. andJoe
Mrs. Mary F. Doyle a resident include
memory of our dear one son, James; two Brown Charlie bara; his parents Mr.and Mrs.
of 342 NW,17th St. Apt. sisters Arnold.
beloved mother Lillie Banks, Bulah Airlee McClendon two bro-
CARD OF THANKS MRS. SAVELITA JOHNSONwho #2 passed on December 17th. and two brothers, Willie B. 2:30, Saturday December21st thers Johnny and;Henry and
She is survivedbyherhusb an d and p.m. Holy Temple
this life Emmett. His will
( departed Dec.21, remains Baptist four sisters Annie Wiggins,
Wallace Doyle three children be Church, Opa-locka.
1967. shipped to
The family of the late Georgia She and Vanilla and
will be in Ruby Bailey
father C.R. Mack six sisters repose at theOpalocks
Gone but not forgotten. Her Friday December 21 for last Incomplete -
JESSIE MAE MACK Sharon. Arrangements are
and two brothers. chapel at 11
work on earth is done. Thevictory's rites. ; a.m.
wish to sincere .
express e the battle's Funeral arrangements :in Friday.
thanks to the friends and won over' cha Johnson Barnes 10950SW
rged M.H.
Rahmings Jim Walker of
My Lord makes no mistake.We Indiantown
neighbors who in time of need Funeral Home 219th' Street.Service arrange FRANICS
arrangementsare Fla. died
Y 7"and love her dearly but God Thursday Decem-
.. sorrow came to their aid. ments are Incomplete. 4760
incomplete.Mrs. ber of
loved her best. 12th at the Martin Me- Mrs. Almira Wilson
", t Thanks to those who sent Sadly missed Sarah Louise Butler'of Cecil Brown of 2237 W. 6th morial Hospital, Stuart. His Northwest; 21st Ave. expired

; flowers and cards a special Thaddius Johnson husband 1137 N.W. 49th Street victimof Court, died at the Hialeah survivors include Nathaniel December 15th Funeralar-
:( thanks to the House of Albert t Hospital. His survivors include
a fatal automobile accident i Mack are
Hilda Ingraham, daughter Louise Carter, Doris rangements at this time
,iff Funeral Home. Maud Mack, daughter passed on December 16th. a wife, Christine and Galloway and Ola Lawrence incomplete. Survivors includeone
Elizabeth Johnson,daughterand She is survived by two sons one daughter, Lillie Jean His nieces and nephews. Ser- daughter Osle Bell, four
Beatrice Bethel Edward and Paul. Arrangements Brown. Services arrange- vices brothers James
the entire family Sunday December 22nd, Joe, ,
and the Smith Family are incomplete. ments are incomplete. Indiantown. and William.

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J. Stewart, of 2332 Among his survivors are his
perman Jiles Curry of Northwest,161st Street,died on wile Bessie, eight children, FRANCIS
544 N.W. 10th Street died on December 14 home.Funeral five brothers, five sisters and Help Wanted Male
December 11th at the Baptist services for Mr. Stewart will other relatives. A-I LABORNO
Benjamin Strachan Jr.,of 4 MALES TO WORK
Hospital. Rev. Curry who for be from held on Saturday at 3 p.m. Wardell Manna of 22260 SW. 2130 N.W. 5th Street expired AS HOUSEMEN with ears FEE, Fork- Drivers lift, Labor, M.n
man yyearspastoredthe St. Mary's Baptist 112th, Court Goulds, died on December 15th. Funeral Around hotel, $10.50per ers, Warehousemen. $S$
Sweetfield Baptist'and the Rev. W.F. Tanner of- December 14. The remains of Services will be held Saturday Doll/ Open 5i30 a.m.
Covenant Baptist Churches, ficiating. Amonghis survivors Mr. Hanna will be taken to Key December 21st, 1:00 p.m. in day. 9 til 5 p.m.
will be funeralized on Thursday are his wife Mattie,his mother West,on Friday i for funeral the Chapel with Rev. Aaron D. Apply Saul Chato A-I
at 1 p.m. from Sweetfield Annie p., five brothers,seven and burial in Key West.Among Hall officiating. Remains will Sales Dept. EMPLOYMENTRestaurant
Baptist Church in Coconut sisters,, and a host of other re his survivors are his sisters repose in the Chapel beginning Eden Roc Hotel Hotel
Grove, Rev. W.F. Tanner, latives. Burial will be held at Winifred Allen, four children, 2 p.m. on Friday until Funeral Collins Domestic, Factory
Ave.& 45th
Lincoln St.
pastor of St. Mary's Baptist Memorial Cemetery. three brothers and two uncles. time Saturday afternoon.Sur- 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
Church in Coconut Grove will James Henry Hicks of 3375 vivors include his father Benjamin Miami Beach
deliver the Eulogy. He is survived Jacob Dunlow MCCrayof837 Oak Avenue, Coconut Grove Strachan Sr., tthree
by his wife Mrs. Daisy N.W. 12th Street, Florida City was funeralized on December daughters,three sons,three
Curry, one son one daughter died on December 12th at the 16, from Bain's funeral Home sisters, Hilda, Elnora and '
two brothers including Rev.E. Dade County Jail.The remainsof Chapel, Rev. W.F.Tanner,of- Gloria, three brothers,Hubert > at araet ---i
.r curry of the Grove. Mr. McCray w1llbeshlpped ficated. Mr. Hicks survived Arthur and Audley,one grand- r----------
- on Friday December 20to by his wife Mamie,one son one child.7TT,1. .
Kingstree, South Carolina for adopted daughter.

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NEW MT. MORIAH NEW PROVIDENCERev. Mt. Tabor Pastor Will Speak

C. J. Burney,pastor
Rev. A. L. Sbipp, pastor Arsula Edwards, reporterThe For AntiochThe

Evelyn Souter, reporterWe pastor, officers and
second annual Fund sentative of Florida Memorial
members would like to wish
are happy to have our Raising Drive will be held on College Is expected tobe pres
In and his you and your family a Merry
own son the ministry
20 at 7:30
Friday, Dec. : p.m.
wife Rev. and Mrs. B. Mick, Christmas. at Ant i o c h Baptist Church, ent.This is an annual affair
Our annual Christmas Pro-
former pastor of Macedonia 1899 NW 64th St. Rev. J. W. sponsored by the educational

Baptist Church, West Holly- gram will be held Sunday,De- Hendon, pastor of Mt. Tabor committee, under the chair-
r cember 22 at 3:30 Any-
wood back home who deliver- : p.m.
f Baptist Church will be gust manship of Mrs. Rachel B.
to exchange
ed a wonderful message Sun- one having gifts Pratt

day morning. Also Rev. J. may Our do conference so at that time.will be held speaker.Music will be rendered by All proceeds will go the the .

Johnson who delivered the 26 at 7:30 one of Mt.Tabor's adult choirs Florida Memorial College.Rev. .

, t;r Iou Jn CMjurrl; un ttI' evening message.We p.m.Thursday All members, Dec. are, urgedto and the Gospelettes of Antioch. P. W. Wiggins is the

are to go with the pas- attend. Mr. W. D. Talbort, repre- minister.

tor the fifth Sunday at 3 p.m. to Consecration hour of prayer -

Ft. Lauderdale.Let is held each Sunday at 5
'( us remember our pastor a.m. Come out and pray withus.

TRUE HOLINESSJOHN Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor who is at home not feeling so Rev. James Hendon, pastor BETHEL BAPTIST

Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe well, his mother Is back in the Bible Class and Prayer George; Ingraham. reporter

hospital, the Collins family, each at 7:30
pastor is asking the meeting Members may register for Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor
other sick, shut-ins, bereaved Visitors and friends are Alice
p.m. Irving reporterYou
I church at large to accompanyhim the new year 1969. For your
and those in our armed
i ser- welcome.
Dec.20 convenience the church clerk are Invited to a Christmas -
this Friday night, vices in
our Visitorsare
prayers. BTU Sunday at 530pm. Let program Monday, Dec.
at 8 p.m. to worship with the always welcome.We will register youintheves-
Rev. Atchison and congregation want us attend. tible before or at the beginning 23' at 8 p.m.
to wish the Miami
at Mt. Calvary. Ushers Times and staff a Merry Continue in prayer for the of service each Sunday.Our Choir No. 2 Is in charge of

and choirs are asked to serve. Christmas and Happy New !sick, shut-Ins and those who pastor and the entire the Sunday School'auxiliary

The Junior Ushers' Board Year :are bereaved. congregation is Invited to ren- class Sunday.

will present its annual Pre- der service this Friday nightat Sister Elizabeth Lloyd Is on

a Christmas Banquet on Satur- the Antioch Baptist Church !the sick list. Our sympathy to

day, Dec. 21, at Toby's Cafe- of Liberty City. All are wel- :Brother Roosevelt Rigsby who

teria Starlight Room 674, located come to attend.Installation :lost : his brother and Sister

on NW 54th St. Donationis Essie Collins in the loss other
of officers for
You purchaseyour ,niece.
the new year will be held Dec.
ticket from any member Prayer services are held
22 during our morning ser-
of the Junior Ushers' Board. (every Tuesday night. BTU Is
vice. Our annual Christmas
The Christmas program held j every Sunday at 6 p.m.

WILSONThe sponsored by the Sunday program presented by the The pastor, officers and
youth of our Sunday School and
Church of God True School and BTU will be held members of Greater New
BTU will be held Dec. 22 at
Holiness of 9050 NW20thAve.Is Sunday night, Dec. 22 at the Bethel wish all a Merry
6 Please this tobea
proud to announce the open- church at 7 p.m. Come out and p.m. help (Christmas and a Happy New

ing of their store house for the see and hear the juniors and t1//, i r success.A Year.

needs of their people. It youth show their talents. unique experience is being

doesn't matter who you are, The new staff of Jordan offered here at Mt.Tabor during BROWNSVILLE

the church will recommend a Grove wishes each and every the Christmas season The BAPTISTRev.

solution with a persistent fact one a Merry, Merry Christmas combined under choirs and direction a drama of F. L. Johnson, pastor
through God.We will assure and a Happy New Year. group Elizabeth Wright, reporterWe j
Mr. Speed and Miss McKain
you the way through. Sister Helen Wooten is would like to thank all '

Remember, you are alwayswelcome church announcer, Sis. Joann Let's not forget the true meanings will perform an"original presentation 'our visiting friends who came

to worship with us. McLeod is assistant announcer of The Birth of 'out and to make our 8th
John Wilson is overseer and and Eddie Gilbert is direc of Christmas on this happy day. Christ. This presentation
will take place Sunday,Dec.22 j anniversary a great success,
pastor. tor and reporter.
XWHWttfraW Special thanks to the dynamic
at 7
p.m. at the church, 1701
NW 66th St. All our visitorsand i speakers. Rev. Pickettof Zion

CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN DRAKE MEMORIALMany GRACE friends are cordially in- Hill, Rev. Macon of First Baptist -

tw FELLOWSHIPRev. vited. Opa-locka and Rev. Cookof

', Canon T.R.Gibson,rector thanks to Mr. Morris, PRESBYTERIAN Please remember to visit Jordan Grove.
Antoinette Silva reporterIn 'P. S. Brown, pastorM. director 'of Southern Singersand We extend our deepest
pray with and for sym
our sick and
L. Nixon, reporterThe all members of the group W. F. Savoy, pastor shut-in pathy to the bereaved familyof
members who are at '
beautiful and
a spritual pastor and congregation
who sang for our mid-winter The Sunday School staff will home the late Ruby Denson.
our rector Rev. are grateful to Rev. L. C. Al- or hospitals
sing. The chairman Mrs. Isom sponsor their annual Christ- To the sick and shut-ins
' Theodore R. Gibson, was hon bert for his Inspiring message
and members of her
committee mas play Sunday, December our prayers are that you will
ored as Honorary Canon of the delivered to us Sunday morn- are grateful to the mem- 22, at the Holmes Elementary ST. PAUL i have a speedy recovery.
Cathedral Church of St. Luke.
ing. bers and friends who gave of School at 7 p.m. Admission is Parents of all youth are ask-
, The service of Thanksgivingwas ; Sunday Is the time to Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor
pay make
to $1
their time and dollar for
money adults and 50$ 'ed to please send or bring your
held on Sunday December vows to lead- Miry Amos reporter
your your group this for
sing a
success. children The Sunday children to the church Friday
15 at Christ Episcopal Churchand i ers and they are asking to .
you School The pastor is that all
The Deaconesses which to presented this play last asking i night at 8 p.m. also on this
was indeed a memorable! please do best. BTU cons -
your thank Elder Roberts and congregation Sunday afternoon at the Ken- board and club presidents give j Saturday for Christmas re-

occasion. The service wa : venes each Sunday at 5:30p.m. for making their dal Children's home, and it him a complete list of all of- |hearsal.
conducted by the Rt. Rev. The supervisor cordially in-
was fleers and members of
first anniversary a spiritualand very well received. We your
James L. Duncan and special l vites everyone to come out and
financial success. invite you to come out and club. This information Is due
guests, Mrs. Elisha Clarke, enjoy the program preparedjust You are invited attend our bring a friend. Elder.D. Fa- no later than Sunday, Dec. 22.
Rev. T. J. Jones, Rev. Tem for The youths and
you. C Christmas pageant on Sunday niel Is superintendent of the He needs this Information it
perance Wright,Rabbi Her children will entertain Sunday Sunday will be available when
at 6:30 p.m. School. elec- Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
bert M. Baumgard and Mother with theirChrlstmas program. tion timo
arrives. Minnie Hunter, reporterOur
Don't forget the sick and
Frances Forden. Canon Gibson
Members on the sick list
The Sunday School will annual Christmas
shut-ins. You are invited to ANNUAL CHRISTMAS Dept. program
was presented a Cassockby : are Rev. P. S. Brown, Bro. have their Christmas program will take place on next
the of the churchas Charlie worship with us on Sunday. MUSICALE
mejnbers Sharpe, Sis. Lillian Sunday, Dec. 22, at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 22, at 6 p.m. If

a gift showing their appre King, Bro. Charlie Jones and The Angelic Voices of the Please come oat and bring you h a v e gifts to exchange,
ciation and gratification for Sis. Estelle Allen. Please re- Bethany SDA Senior Choir
GREATER MACEDONIARev. your children and plan to stay please bring them also.
being such a wonderful priest. member them and other less presents its annual Christmas and help them enjoy their pro On the fifth Sunday of this

The reception, which followed fortunates with your prayers Roscoe Jackson, pastor Musicale under the direction gram. month at 2 p.m., our pastor

after the service was enjoyed and services. Willie J. Beard, reorter of Mr. L. L. Farring- We are happy that the Bishop and congregation will conclude

by all. Our Annual Sunday Schoo.1 ton and narrated by Elder C.B. returned our pastor and his the services of the Ministersand

Get well wishes ire extended Christmas exercise will b
to Mrs. Lola Walker, Mrs. SOUTH DADE NEWS held Sunday, at 6:30 p.m. Ware Roma 1 f Roberts and
a Mrs. asking the parents t ti o t secretary of the safe and strong and we' will be held in Deerfield, Fla.
to the of
Sarah Bethel. family the
late Mr. Alfred please be at the church no late]r Southern Union Conference of continue to grow in faith. The Home Mission would
10308 SW 176th St.' than 6 p.m. in order that w<. Seventh-Day Adventist in At Remember our sick and like to thank everyone who
... Arthur may get together early. Georgia. shut-ins and pray for their re- contributed in making the
Mr. L. Gary Is home
NEW HOPE Remember the sick a program will begin at covery. Twelve Keys a success. Sis.

after a brief stay in Baptist shut-Ins In your prayers a 1 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 22, at the Mae West Taylor, president.
Hospital.Mr. .
Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor pray especially for bereave J Church, 2500 NW 50th St. The Let us continue to pray for
and Mrs. Arnick King public is urged not to miss this MT. SINAI
Loraine Fuller reporterThe families all over the land. the sick and shut-Ins.
have as their cuests. Mr and
president of the Pas- Mrs. Rutusook of Tampa. one of the seasons last. Rev. Cleo Albury, patorB.

tor's Aide Club wish to thank Fla. who will spend the holi- ST. MARY'S Joyce Lawhorne, reporter. Boney, reporter FIRST BAPTIST

all days with them. Mrs. Cook is The Evangelistic Committee -
members and friends who Mrs. King's mother. Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor extends an Invitation to the Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor

(.' participated helping to make Happy holiday greetings to CHURCH OF THE church to attend its banquetFriday Donella Turner, reporter
the service here last Mrs. Coretha Williams and
a success. Mrs. Ruth Gary left Saturday all our members.,As we celebrate OPEN DOOR Dec. 20, in the annex The youth are soliciting ads

this glorious season let Annette McNeal,reporterWe at 8 p.m. Recruiters will be for
;t Practice for our Christmas for Sanford, Fla. to attend the souvenir' booklet and
exercises will climax Thurs- funeral of their cousin, Mrs. us not forget to keep Christ in will celebrate Christ- special guest. selling tickets for the Family

day Dec. 19, at 4:30 p.m. All Rebecca Hilman. our Christmas. You are invit- mas Sunday with two special Choir No. 1 presents the Dinner which will be held Jan.
ed to attend our Christmas services. At 9:45 the church Christmas "Messiah," 1.

ent participants and on time.please be pres- Sympathy to Mrs.Susie Wil- program sponsored by the school will present a play, Sunday, Dec. 22. Also the Scout Master,Deacon Myles
liams In the loss of her uncle. Sunday School "The Black Madonna." At Christmas exercises will
Sunday, Dec.22,at 5:30 Monday, Dec. 7 be Govan, Is asking all Scouts: who
our Christmas exercises p.m.will Good news: Rev. Woods who 23, at 7:30 p.m. at the church. p.m. the annual White: Gift presented Monday, Dec. 23,at plan to renew their membership -

,, be presented. All members has been 111 for some time Is Our play Is entitled "The Inn Candle Lighting service will 8 p.m. Please plan to attend. for the year of 1969,
showing signs of Improvement at Bethlehem." be conducted. Members of the Our deepest sympathy to the
/ who wish to exchange gifts may please meet at the church,De-
+ Our special prayers to Brother church will bring gifts wrap Roberts family. Also funeral
do so at this time cember 21, at 4 p.m.
Remember to pray for our Hurst Chapel AME Church Hanson Wallace who is ped in white for the young people services for Bro. Noble We pray for all our sick and

sick has a new pastor sick at home. Let us not forget of the Silver Oaks School. Dixon will be held Saturday, shut-ins. Sis. Willie
and shut-ins, and all who They are
to visit and for There will be special music Dec. 21 at 1
pray our by Mt.Sinai.
B. Griffin
are less fortunate. Visitorsare Mary UpshawAusd -
Mr. Albert
Shorter is ,
home ;sick and shut-ins. Remember the choirs and caroling by the Let us continue to
always welcome In our after a short stay in Veterans visitors are' spreasunshine trilia Pollock, Jennie Stocks,
always welcome congregation. The
public Is In to our sick, shutinsand Earlene Jones and Mae
worship services Hospital. j at St. Mary's. vited. our bereaved families Thomas.

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Rev. Graham's Birthday CelebratedAt

Diumond Jubilee DinnerA a 4Y

countywide citizen's com .
mittee to celebrate the sixty- moved to Miami from New e aC sw.o

fifth birthday of Rev. Edward League. Three years later he
was appointed minister of the
T. Graham Is being organizedby
the minister's friends to ft'I Mt. Zion church, and he has
culminate in 'a dinner at the been in that position since.
Deauville hotel March 6,1969was In the years that he has beenin

announced Mr.Leonard Miami, Rev. Graham has

Abess,dinner chairman.The been a motivating force in enabling : P'
event will be the"Dia better human relations ? w :
between all elements of the ;
mond Jubilee Plus Two" din-
for the Florida Memorial community, and he has been
College. Dr. Royal W. Pur- and recognized with numerous in numerous awards.ways ARTISTIC FLORAL SHOPHOME

year, president.
: 693-2708 SHOP: 691-7475
will r
celebration com-
The The 65th birthday party will
memorate,also"the twenty five be the Arrangements For All Occasions
community's expression "You Can't Go. Wrong I if You Give Flowers"MRS.
years Rev.Graham has served of gratitude and all of
the Dad County communityand his friends are being asked to MABLE BODIE, Prop.
the fourteen years he has REV. GRAHAM serve on the committee whichis MRS. DORA M. WILLIAM, Bus. Mgr.

served as chairman of the preparing for the dinner. 1551 NW 62nd STREET MIAMI FLORIDA
board of trustees of the new York City in 1945 and organized This may be done by callingi
college which relocated to Mi- the Greater Miami Ur i 379-9506 in Miami.

ami from St. Augustine, Fla. t"
after 75 years in North M MitiR llcantAR iotalltiilptAlRCIi11RlIRRlieRli It_
Florida. May health happiness and success ROOFS

be abundantly yours and good
may Williams Salon
Currently pastor of the Mt. friends always surround you. CLEANED COATED sg Beauty
Zion Baptist Church and a Till GRAVEL IONOEOirCINSfO
member of the zoning board of GUARANTEED. AIL IY SNOYflRITCn. INSURED 2488 NW 54th Street

the City of Miami Dr.Graham ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM, INC. .S4744U,I1M1ZS, MS-MIT Phone: 634-9349

OF DADE COUNTY Wo want to thank all our friends for helping to make

this a prosperous year for us. Hope to continue our
TRANSFIGURATIONCHURCH Contact your nearest neighborhood center LAUNDRY FAANDRIVER and
service with a Merry Christmas a ProsperousNew
OF Center Address year to all.
All around laundry worker,
15260 NW 19th Avenue Culmer-490 N.W. 11th Street with chauffeurs license,
Christmas Eve, Tuesday, Brownsvllle-2741 N.W. 49th Street for a combination of du .aY.Z t*1 g' iqf

Dec. 24, Carol service, 10:30 Liberty City-1900 N.W. 75th Street ties.
p.m.Solemn Sung Mass,blessing Coconut Grove-3743 Grand Avenue (Coconut Grove) Day Hours-Benefits
of the creche,processionand Perrine-17801 'Homestead Avenue (Perrine) Good Boss
sermon 11 p.m. John F. Kennedy-422 S.W. 11th Avenue (Homestead) Apply: Personnel Office
To this service celebratingthe Opa Locka-2338 All Baba Avenue (Opa Locka) Only:
birth of Christ all friendsand Edison Uttle River-7467 N.W. 7th Avenue
public are cordially in- South Mlami-6581 S.W. 59th Place (South Miami) Lower Lobby 10.12 or 2-4 p.m.
vited. . Yyt

Rev. S. Atchison, pastor choirs will present a

Phyllis Beal, reporterThe Christmas Variety program
pastor wishes to thank Sunday beginning at 6 p.m.
the many friends and membersof Sea son a 1 anthems will be. CUSTOM DUALS
the pastor's Aid Board for featured. The public is invited

making their program a suc- All services for the day will be
cess Sunday. centered around the Christ- r DISCOUNT
Mrs. Vera Williams Harriet Hill
Sunday, is the church's an mas theme. r Mary Bryant, ,
desir- r and Mrs. Ada Williams, Proprietor
niversary. persons I
On Christmas Eve, the 0 AIL CARS
ing to come and have no meansof
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BTU needs the supportof Temple will be host to the S $ '
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sons.Come with us on Sun- the Atlantic Coast Baptist i y :rNsf r(? d
day evenings. Association Dec. 27-29. The "
Please pray for and visit the welcome program will beheldon sCHARLES:
sick and shut-ins.
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Our annual Christmas pro- a a
t sympathy to the '
Dee pes ROGERS
gram will be held Thursday,

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"Thine, O Lord, is the PIANO, ,
greatness, and the power, and The St. Veronica's Chapter STEREO OR ORCHESTRA

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These words from the first program has been prepared LAST EXPENSES?

book of Chronicles are part of for your enjoyment. ,.
the Bible LessonSermontitled U.N.C.A. y a
"is the universe, includ- Special features: guest Join

ing man, evolved by atomic speaker, Mrs. Andel Mickens, .4 .
force?" to be read in all wife of Rev. Mickens. OrgansMr. Universal Christian SocietyAND
Christian Science Churches Charles T. Rogers and
this Sunday. violins, Mrs. Arlene Greene. REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST

Listen Sunday, 1:45 p.m. The public is cordially in- MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.

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Ernest Williams,pastor
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Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor We were happy to have the Ii W. have many e.ning.rn our
Bessie Williams, reporter music of Mrs. Alean Miller, stores throughout Dad County
i end in the South Iroward or...
Little Olrick, the son ofSis. the members of the New Bethel Yet will bo thoroughly trained SELL HAPPINESS
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youngster along with Mother work week permanent ytar'round employment,and
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32 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 20, 1968 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .. ___ .
Jackson Girls Win Track Title I

Spearing with........i Jackson overcame 17 pointsby team field with 21 points.
,- Miss Tinker set a county
Coral Gables'Joyce
record with an 8.5 time in the
... uTIME" to win the Dade County girls
t4i anchoredarec-
75-yard ,
high school track championship -
I .
Friday with 34 points to ord-breaking', 51.6 440-yard
relay and won the 100-yard
Gables' 33 at MiamiDade
wv.aF w0.wwu 0'w ) ,. North Junior College. Northwestern dash in 11.5. Debra Dukes of
tY wd ..
By PHIL DIXON was third in the 11- Coral Gables set a record with
BY HARRY SPEAR a 26.6 in the 220-yard dash.

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FLORIDIANS SIGN NICK. A King football almost finished for the '68 season. All that Miss. Signs 2 Negro Athletes I

remain are play-offs and bowl games.We here in South Florida -

\ The Miami Floridians has signed 23-year old guard old Nick can look forward to a few of these games in actuality. STARKVIL, Miss.- lo signed Saturday.Bell .

Jones of Portland, Oregon to a contract. Jones, 6-2,190, ap- Coral Gables will play Wolfson for state championship;then Mississippi State signed its was selected as state

peared in a Miami uniform for the first time Saturday night, there is the North-South Shrine game, the Orange Bowl, the second Negro football player All-Big Eight Tackle.
against the New York Nets in Convention Hall. The newest Super Bowl and the NFL play-off bowl. So don't put-up the Monday.

Floridian played last year for the San Diego Rockets of the cushion seats and field glass yet; we still have a few more Robert Bell, a Meridian The Bulldogs also signed I

NBA. He played in the expansion club's first 42 games and then games to go. tackle, is the second of his Lewis Grubbs of Prentiss,the

did a six month hitchforUncleSam., playing 603 min- My pro predictions were a little off last week, I picked the race to sign this season with most valuable back in the South
utes, scored 227 points with 67 rebounds 89 assists. Jones Browns to beat the Cardinals; but as we all saw, they (the State. Frank Dowsing of Tupe- Little Dixie Conference.
is exceptionally fast and impressed MiamlCoachJim Pollard Browns) didn't get started. They were I hope, saving every- I

when he appeared against Miami for the Dallas Chaparrals in thing for Dallas this week. Therefore, I see, in playoffs this 4 Gridders On AllStarsDade I

three pre-season games.In week;
his first Florida appearance (in Fort Lauderdale) Jones Coral Gables over Wolfson the Cavs are Just too powerful. County placed three and middle guardCharles
scored 24 in 30 minutes to lead Dallas to a 109-99 vic- of .
points Kansas City over Oakland the Chiefs are class of AFL. Interior linemen and inoffensive Clarrington Mays,62,235.On
tory. He scored 11 in 17 minutes the next night and Dallas won halfback on the 1968 Re- offense Roberto Suarez, a
Cleveland DallasPro of the week- the Browns
again, 115-110. Before being placed on waviers by the Chaps, over game gion 4A All-Star football team, 5-7, 140-pound scatback at
win toe.Baltimore .
a team overstocked with guards, Jones registered 63 points in by a over Minnesota No contest. it was announced Tuesday.The Columbus, filled a halfback
74 minutes a phenomenal 1 All are seniors.
pace. linemen i were tackle post.
For those of you who have not caught a high school wrest-
SEVEN DOLPHINS HONORED: ling match, you are missing a treat of your life. These fellowsare John Doyle, 6-3, 230, of Columbus The selections were made
the Florida Sports Writers
exhibiting strength, skills and above all,good sports man- ; Curley defensive by
--Seven members of the Miami Dolphins football team were Association.
ship. You know that these boys are usinga combination of the tackle David Lawyer,6-4,220,
honored last Thursday for outstanding performance duringthe
former, along with the breaks and their ability to beat their
season at the Third Annual MiamiDolphins Award Banquet
opponent; and they are not following a scrip, to please the
tat neb I Hotel. Bob Griese was
at the F 0 un e a u Quarterback
named Most Valuable Player for the second straight year.
The high school basketball are still rolling on to
powers at theMUSICANA I
Other winners Included Karl Noonan, Best Offensive Back;
nrhat should be a real exciting finish for district and state
Jimmy Warren, Best Defensive Back;Norman Evans, Best offensive -
championships. From the results, of games played so far, I BARThe
Lineman; Howard Twilley, Most Courageous; and Jim
would not venture even an educated guess as to who will come
Kilck, Rookie-of the-Year. Warren and Evans were award
winners last year also. out on top of this dog fight. Would you? ( Players Choice)
While the high schools are having a Jolly time, the local Specializing in imported and domestic wines.
colleges and my Floridians have not lived up to expectations.All .
JACKSON JOIN'S FRONT OFFICE OF M. F. L. of their records are poor for the season. I still don't think Free hors d'oeuvres from 6 to 9

Bernard H. Hackson, Executive Director of the New York the competition is that tough; nor do I think that any of the 500 NW 54th St.r
Police Department's Civilian Complaint Review Board the past teams (colleges and pros) are ready to give up. Let's go fel- .

21 months, will Join the staff of professional football on lows!
December 30 as an administrative assistant Commissioner Last week Joe Fraiser successfully defended his part of the

Pete Rozelle with primary responsibility in the area of heavyweight crown. Sonny Liston also had a paid workout. This

security...Jackson, 41, was appointed director of the review proved but one thing nothing. Somewhere, some promoter s xlvacmat acooraac xssacsocsmcssorsvacSScs.t +mr

; board in March of 1967 after having served as assistant director should hold a fight between Fraiser and Ellis to clear-up the ;;;; ,.-----? ',' --l

since August of 1966. Prior to that, he was patrolman heavyweight muddle; and let the winner take on all comers. r,. __ <>; l'
: and detective with the New York City Police Department from There is only one catch to the idea, in the background I hear rII' '

1952 to 1961, an assistant U.nitedStatesAttorney the Southern the voice of the fellow none of so called champs have beaten. 11

a\,, District of New York in 1962 and 1963, a member of the Now, who's scared? :
i, law firm of Dyett,Alexander and Dinkins from 1963 until 1965, SPORTSMAN OF THE WEEK: Jimmy Warren-one of these h
and in 1965 and 1966 a consultant and area coordinator under days.Missdirected i .
Sargent Shriver in the Office of Economic opportunity...Among letter dept. To the Orange Blossom Classic M i1

the community and civic activities in which he has participated Committee. Why the breakdown in float protection near the I J :. I
end of the parade? Why are there no floats from the large de- f; m
Association ) partment stores and supermarkets? Is the parade route the I(

and 1964.SHRINE. best? I I
Until the next meeting ofthequarterbackclubril see you at '
one of the basketball games or wrestling matches. ,
..F I' tit; ..abw' I
Complete squad for the Shrine North-SouthCollege All-Star

football game scheduled Christmas Day in the Orange Bowl I.
have been announced by William Brown, game chairman.The XMAS CLEANING SPECIAL .
signing of Minnesota offensive Tom Fink and 6-7 .
guard HAVE YOUR FURNITURE I ) f'r ...,;
290 pound Villanova defensive tackle Rich Moore to the North : ( :; .L- I
team brought to 56 the total number of players who have accepted !1\' ;J'm.

Each invitations team will to carry play.28 players. Ara Parseghian, Notre CLEANED OWN HOME IN YOUR go: : / 1 ERRY I Ir f(

Dame's head coach, will coach the North team and will carry ( l. I1F' I I

the North coaching load against two South coaches, Frank In a matter of a few hours, we \ ..a.-.. ,.'.. :j ,
Howard of Clemson and Charlie Tate of University of Miami. can restore the original beauty ;:;. \. .
Parseghian of Notre Dame is bringing six members of the and freshness your upholstered l- & -uvna- I

Irish offensive team here to play for the North, including three s
backfield stars, the two ends and center.Coming are Coley 0'
Brien, quarterback and flanker; Bob Gladieux,one of the fin- We use the famous Von Schroder dryfoam method. I I Sincere wishes for iI
( No liquid touches the fabric. There Is no odor. Furniture -
est r U D n 1 n g backs in Notre Dame history;Ron Dushney, Full- can be used the some day. I a Christmas filled IUI

back; Jim Seymour, three-time All-America Split end and All Work Guaranteed Phone for estimateARTHUR'S with joy and love. I
greatest pass receiver in Notre Dame history; Jim Wine- Ii
RUG & UPHOLSTERY = Peace on earth to
gardner, tight end, and Jim Monty, center. all
The North also has players from Army,Northwestern,Mic- CLEANING SERVICE good men. I

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Larry Rentz, local star from Florida,is expected to start at ............?...**.....,*.-.-...*...%-.-.*.--.*.-...""*...*.......-.-..............-........-................,..............
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,1w-r: Willie Jackson, a 6-2, 210-pounder who attends Valley I I II s i NAME .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 20, 1968 33
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December makes one year since "The Memphis Sound -4 Y
Redding'S tragic (plane crash) death. The late Otis Red- SW Sgt.28th Louis Strachan of 4221 F { 4' $

ding (Stax-Volt Recording artist) is still In the top ten sales on St., West HollywoodIs 1'
and popular survey across the nation with (Sitting on furlough after serving
He his yqr
Dock of the Bay" high on the list . The Answer! The nameof visiting
mother and father ;
here. He
the Temptation that sang "For Once In my Life" (with so will
much soul and tears) last week on the Supremes TV Specialis return overseas after he
Is married
Otis Williams . With Diana Ross' Supremes Trio are stationed in Ger-
with the Airborne
Mary Wilson (one of the original) and Cindy Birdsong (for- plans many to take He

merly with Patty and the Blue Bells) who replaced Florence the VFW Post membership

Ballard in the Supremes . Yes, without a doubt; Diana and 8195.

the Supremes most touching act was their"Tribute to the late The VFW Post 8195 will hold <
Dr. Martin Luther King followed by their rendition of "Some- a special meeting Sunday at r

where There's A Place For Us" . I would say that the 3 p.m., at the post home on
greatest and most exciting moment of the TV Special was at Pembroke Rd. The ladies aux
finale when the Supremes and PRESENTED AT OBC
the the Temptations together iliary will hold their regular
singing "The Impossible Dream" brought the show to an un- meeting Sunday at 5 p.m. Of- Aubrey Lewis (center), representative of Woolworth and Company, pre-

forgetable end . The birth month of Christ(Decemberthe )- ficers and members please sent scholarship awards to Alan Simmons (left) and Ken Riley (right) during

stork delivered Mrs. Robert Kennedy (the late Senator present. Mrs. Addle James activities of the '36th Annual. Orange Blossom Classic in Miami. Simmons a
Bobby and Ethel) a baby daughter. Their eleventh child. president, Mrs. Ruth Scott .,.
secretary. tight end from Alcorn College and Riley, quarterback for the Florida A&M

ALWAYS TOGETHER-WE SHALL OVERCOME..Rev.Dr. University Rattlers had the highest average on the respective teams. Alcom

Martin Luther King born, 1929-died by an assassin's gun,1968 The Veterans o f Foreign defeated the Rattlers 36-9 in the Classic.
his famous voice "I Had A Dream" that all men were free Wars Post 8195 and Ladies

and together "I've Been To The Mountain Top' "I've Seen Auxiliary present their pre- SPECIAL NOTICE -

The Promised Land" . Robert Kennedy, born Nov. 1925 Christmas dance, Friday at
died by an assassin's gun June 1968. "The man that would 9 p.m. at the Elks Club in Ft. NO MONEYDOWN
have been president of the United States the late SenatorR. Lauderdale. Music by the
F. K. . In Tribute. "Where will violence end?" When? Royal Dukes of Rhythum. Donation

l $1.50. ON

: |i West Hollywood students

[home from various collegesfor

Ai the Christmas holidays are
Enoch Saunders of 4411 SW

22nd St., FSU, plans to go to
the Bahamas for the holidays.

Edward Daniels Morehouse;
i Yvette Gray FAMU; Beverly .....- F-
I: Cooper TSU; Virgil Johnson REV. LENA MAE ROSS

": Carol Locket Larry Moore 1027 NW 55th St. Miami
Spencer Bellamy FAMU;Rita .
I I Nealy Clark; Bernice Mc- The world's best helper in -
Dade and Myrtle Thompson all walks of life.Rev. Ross
-, ........- .,-- -. I Clar k; Sharon Sewell and say that she will not leave TV's STEREOS
you Christmas,not even New
THE ROBINSONS-DOROTHY LEE- FLORA HILL James Osborne TSU. Years in your many distress
es that you have allowed the

OUR GIRL OF THE WEEK Dorothy Lee. . 19 years old, Gwendolyn Bullard andJohn hit and in. run I will jobbers take the to leave & FURNITURECall
you way
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lee, 3280 NW 214th[ W. Morrison,Jr.,will be married with the Lord despised few.

St., Carol City. Dot is attending Hampton Institute in Virginia. December 22, 3 p.m. at Now I have something. The
|. St. Ann's Episcopal Church, Lord blessed me to get to 8886011'or 3790900PHONE
(Graduates in June '69) Ambition: To be a school teacher. Sh -
.eHallandale.. She is the daugh- share with you thatno one
likes to sew/makes her own clothes)likes rock and roll
has offered. You
ever are BETWEEN 7 a.m. & 10 p.m.
of and Gerald
Mr. Mrs.
.Favorite singers: Otis Redding (Doc of the Bay) and Linda blessed in the spirit in
Jones (I Who Have Nothing No One) no serious boy friend. Bullard Sr. Reception at the which you give. Now see IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
home of bride Rev. Ross as the and
Favorite son? Otis Redding's "I've Been Loving You Too t 20th St. Hollywood. give her whatever you want- Sundays Included
Long" to lend the Lord.If you want
F&M TV 425 E 9th St.
and need $1,000, then give -
Bowes Barber Shop and $100. If you want more,
: : Eleanor's Salon of Beauty pledge more. If you want PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALLA
wish each and everyone a less, lend less. See Rev.
Ross through this present
A Merry Christmas and Happy time and each day through STEREO YOU NEVER HEARDA

a ?.. New Year. the Christmas and New STEREO YOU'VE NEVER SEEN
Year and on until further
notice. Also come and get WITH A BAR IN-BETWEEN
the same spiritual tea and
stop that flu.


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Lela Collier's (Perrine) pretty daughter Terry,In New York, :MM 7Ret slat ibtegsmrs tl6mt leer_ COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING

working at Jock's bar and night club, 7th Ave. and 138th St., CARPETING CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT

ass't mgr .. Mr.and Mrs.Melvin Robinson(she's Caroletha)
drove in from Jacksonville and spent a week with her ailing -

sister, Grace Lee Smith at Opa-locka General Hospital. At I I 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE
this writing Grace had greatly Improved and was soon to be '
,.. t.t{!
released . One of Miami's younger pioneers, Bernard Stra- "" 'il" "'f" i
chan, died last week. His main drag was around 11th St. and I ; .fr '1 ,f ""I. .: j jc.
West Palm Beach .. :.'II-R i.;; 'I'',.... ",tj j# . ,
4th Ave . if Clifford Drayton (he's that '":'M"Jit",. .HI 'r',', f- .., .. ." 1
would try to get t
lad) should see his pretty wife in New York, /.
back home. "Honechild' is a fox . Flora Hill, the lead : 'fI 41EA
i. :
singer of "The Gospel Swantones" (newly organized singing W'U4.1; Q Qr
group) a very beautiful girl. Flora resides at 3470 NW 213thSt. c"lP i, ,
Bethel wishing you all a ,,'."
New Liberty City. This Scoop '
very "Merry Christmas" and a "Happy New Year." Time .- (i'v. 1 rt r

and tide wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK. .'
.;) .
Joy to the world in this '* t,
With sincere appreciationfor
Christmas season. May the blessingsof :, 4 W Ii Je -

the day reach into every heart. your good will. we r ?

extend best wishes for

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I I I Caribbean To Have International Exposition I. SEWING ZIG-ZAG I MACHINES

Carifta Expo.'69, the Caribbean -'69 is deisgnedtodemonstrate spectacular resort area locat- Expo 69 has been planned. and
*, area's first interna- to the world the progress and ed on apr eminent southern designed under Mr. Bynoe'stalented
tional exposition, will be held potential of the island group peninsula of Grenada, a picturesque direction.
from April 5 to 30,1969, it was and its neighbouring nations. area famous for its Among the features of Gre-
officially announced this week "The exposition is vital to the white-sanded beaches and blue nada exposition: the Pavil-
by The Hon. Eric Matthew growth and development of the waters. ion of Nations, the Heritage
Gairy, Premier of Grenada, Caribbean," Mr. Gairy said. Under Mr. Gairy's leader- Museum, a West Indian Car-
West Indies, whose island The theme of the exposition, ship, the Grenadian Govern- nival City and many national,
country will host the affair. "Showcase: of Caribbean Pro- ment has appointed aCarif- industrial and agricultural exhibit 5 Miami
All of the other ten member gress," is geared to the West tai Expo'69 committee of forty areas. In addition to participation CAt.I-NOW- '
nations of Carifta (Caribbean Indies' common intention of by CARIFTA mem-
members, whose task it is to .
Area Free TradeAssociation) achieving first class status as organize and plan the multi- bers, other governments of the 6851564Broword qtr, j4w" '
to make nations among nations. World and members '
are reportedly eager faceted, logistical and oper- Free :
the exposition a rousing success "We seek to promote the expansion ational phases of the exposi- from the private sectors have 4
I and have pledged their and diversification of tion. Heading the Committee been invited to join the Carib- BRAND NEW
full to the bean states in this gigantic un-
trade, to foster its harmonious will be Mr. Peter Bynoe,
member states are: Jamaica, development and its liberali- ARIBA, Dip. Ar"tl., Presidentof dertaking.In ATRADES 196*
Trinidad, Barbados, Guy- zation by the removal of bar- Association of Common- his announcement, the ,rrr"" PORTABLES
ana, Antigua,Dominica, Mont- riers, :to encourage the pro- wealth Architectural Associations Grenadian Premier said, "all
serrat, St. Kitts, St.Lucia,St. gressive development of the Mr. Bynoe. husband of of Grenada is thrilled and hon-
Vincent, and the host nation economies of the Caribbeanarea Grenada's Governor, Dr. ored to play host to the hun-
for Expo 69, Grenada. said Mr. Gairy. Hilda Bynoe receved International dreds of thousands who will
Cited by Mr. Gairy as "a acclaim for his workat visit our islands in April."
((1. major miles ton in the area's The exposition itself will be the recent Montreal Exposition -
development," Carifta Expo housed at True Blue, a vast The site of CARIFTA "We promise them an experience ABC SEWING CENTER
of a lifetime," Mr. 12910'N.W. 7 AVE..
Gairy said.

Material Out for Negro History

Week Study Kit

ATLANTA, Georgia .An Wesley noted that the new ad- leading force in research and
expanded and more detailed dition is a significant contri- continuous interest in the his- -
study kit for high schools bution to the enrichment of tory of the black man in ,4
and libraries will soon be next year's Negro History America. We are glad to playa
available through the Association Week observance. The Asso- part in this excellent pro-
for the Study of Negro ciation has prepared and developed gram." I'c
Life and History.Plans for the programs for Negro The combined set of materials -
observance of Negro History History Week since 1926. Dr. will enable teachers, t I:,
Week, including a new slide Wesley expects the interest in librarians, youth organiza-
film and record, were an- the observance to continue ata tions and other groups to promote .- ..
nounced recently by Dr. higher level I than every be- a broad range of activi-
Charles H. Wesley, executive fore. ties during Negro History sonic J
director of the Association.The Harold Hamilton, who is coordinating Week observance. .
film and recording entitled the activity for the To date, many such groupsas
"Black Treasures," Market Development Depart- mentioned above have writ-
was developed by Coca-Cola ment, Coca-Cola USA, said, ten to the Association at 1538
XISA, for use with study and "The Association for the Studyof Ninth Street, N.W, Washington 1'- ';
program kits during the observance Negro Life has been the D. C. .,
of Negro History -- -- "
; Week on February 9161969. ast taml axa; rx x arsmt nr- x l rxsmt--smt xml : ; .,.'
,The kits are prepared each '

year Washington at ASNLH, D.headquartersin C. r i i0H

not The a documentary new film and of record the his is ;SMA8'I I r tlJlll: ifiJtiW 1 \' ''!t.
tory of black Americans,buta ,
presentation that emphasizesthe 1968 .. ..... ..' C'st'w. r r V.S .
r 3
need for a more thorough Of9 :!
history I ,'. .. ;;
understanding Negro v ::: >
The program encour- I (4:. ,..... .: ;;
ages black and white studentsa ,;;
like to become better ::: :
acquainted with the history of
black Americans It also ... ... ... ... :'!!f

shows the importance of including iV a ,+a ,rr ,,'II 1
Negro history in f ,' "
school studies to educatorsand j ItINf i unou 11111111 -j.fJI'; .:f
.parent IIIP luau- y } x. .,
"Changing the Image of the '" ,
African American Through /' .: l 1 .i".
History" is the theme of the I
\ 1969 ASNLH study kit. Dr: '. :;..

CHRISTMAS y' ] I .,>i '
48 Receive r
LIVES :,' ) .:--- .,i ,.
ConfirmationRites / ) j'::' .i.iIi
Last Sunday at the Churchof : :
The Incarnation,the Rev.A. SPIC & SPAN MARKET j
Tyrrel Dear, vicar the Rt.

Reverend Albert ErvlneSwift,. 4801 NW 27 AveAir I It:. /
... assistant Bishop in the Diocese {! _
of Florida administered Conditioned & Heated I"Pat" 1 .
I the rite of confirmation ."
holy Clarinda I"Cisco" '
to a class of fortyeight.. :: ..
Ricardo & Billy .
Following the service refreshments Hours : II I'
6 9 Sun. 6 3 r rhYour rv
were served at the am pm am pm
parish house. r

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday.. .. December ?fl. 1968 .1S
Social Security State StewardessNews Omegas Have Annual Banquet 1

,. I BoardThe The Omega Psi Phi Fra- William S. Parks receivedthe
I, ternity of Miami-Dade Junior most outstanding pledgee
Older people who enter the State Stewardess Boardof College North,featured its an- award. Paul West and The-
under medicare on Eastern Florida of the nual Banquet, 8 p.m. Decem- opholis Adderly were selected
January 1, or after will be responsible Churches i of God in Christ ber 14 In the Mezenae Roomof most outstanding Brothers and

of their for an additional $4 celebrated its 6th anniversaryby the Everglades Hotel in Mi- were presented with Omega
hospital bills. having a ''preChristmasMusical ami. Paddles from Gamma 24.
Up till now, Miss Dorrith Tea" at the recreation In the realm of the highlightsthe
Leipziger, social security center in Hialeah,Sunday, VIP's were honored. They The contestants forOmega's
branch office officer-in- at: 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Jessie L. are Connie Sutton,Dr.Taylor, Sweetheart were Andrea
charge said, medicare has Hill i state president.Mrs. Mr. Leon Robinson, dean of Mention, Virginia Wilcox -
wr paid all but the $40 of a medi- Mattie Moss, was the activities, Mr. Joe Smith, Mr. Sherry Cooper, Rocelia
care beneficiary's hospital emcee for the evening and rendered Ambrose Gardiner, presidentof Jones, Yvonne Collins, and
'" bill in each spell of illness Ef- a program that enrichedour school, Mr. Larry Smith, Melissa Moore. Miss Mary A.
fective January 1, she said, it hearts. Elder Oliver Mrs. Mamie Jackson, and Mr. Young, a sophomore at Miam-
will cover all but the first$44. Crooms delivered a message Ronald Thompson, sponsor. Dade, was crowned the Sweetheart -
She noted that the hospital bill on mission. The young men of Gamma, of Omega PslPbi, 1968-
for an 69. The first attendant is Miss
average stay by medicare 24 that Just became members
< beneficiary now runs Lennel Cook of Orlando, and
were introduced.
They are
about $600. second attendant Miss Lor-
Y ,
S. Parks Rudolph La-
;, ., The hospital deductible raine Duhart of Miami.Acknowledgments .
verity, Robert Park, Richard
< amount for which the medicare
Demerltte, Eli Demeritte, were
: beneficiary is responsible James Wilson, Winston Mc- made from the sponsor and the

------r .. .., she the explained, is similar to Kally, Fred Bethel, Paul 'old' Brothers acknowledged I
7 deductible amounts pro- lI" Carey and Donald Strozier.1fa.DIRZ.Z.Ii8 their guest. *
, vided in many auto insurance
1 I r : J; DW !II' ElSDIWDo.-: w
l r : :" : policies where the car owner [
Vl't". .t. ': .' "if pays the first $50 or $100 of a F
<. ,
,! ..'.; .1' ., I). i repair bill and the insurance B
'i'''''' T':' ,:'1 t .JI company pays the rest.
\' ':'; / ( fi 1 The increase of $4 lathe SEASON'SGREETINGS
< ..
portion of the hospital bill for
FAMU BAND GET FUNDSMrs. which a medicare beneficiary

Inez Kaiser of Inez is responsible results from a
Kaiser Associates HARBIN"
Kansas;provision in the law requiring La TRAUIA I
City, Mo., presents Dr. William P. Foster a check for 19
an annual review of the
the bank scholarship fund named in his honor. The To highlight the Tea was a
contribution The first such review "
"Mr. or "Miss"stewardess
was from Lifebouy, a product of Lever Brothers ,
the law provided was to be
baby contest. Contestantswere i
New York City. The contribution
was made during the made in 1968.
the Williams baby $23
36th annual Orange Blossom Classic
in Miami.
The law states that if this Crapps baby $37, Mrs. Ethel
annual review shows that hospital Gray of .,
sponsor Daytona
City Pools Offer SlimnasticsAnd costs have changed sig- Beach; HallbabyRogers$49) I
I ; nificantly, the hospital deduc- sponsored by his mother Mrs. $ ,
tible must b e adjusted for the Doris Hall; Rose Marie Smith
Weight I \
LiftingSlimnastics following year, with any nec- baby girl $61, sponsored by
essary adjustments made in Mrs. Essie Jackson; Harbin I
weight liftingfor Dr.; Dixie Park, 1235 NW 4th $4 steps --to avoid small annual baby girl(LaTrauia) $140.25,
men and women and swim- Ave.; Edison Park, NW 63rd changes. sponsored by Mrs. Beatrice I
ming lessons are part of the St. and Fifth PI.; Manor park, Miss Leipziger said that Jordan who won the title of \ r
new health program now opento NW 12th Ave. and 48th St.; when the hospital deductible "Miss Stewardess" for

Miamians at eight city Morningside Park, NE 55th amount changes, the law requires 69.Dr.
swimming pools. Ter. and the comparable changes in Gussie Gamble -- -
Bay; Shenandoah 1968-1 -- .....=-- --
All city pools are giving free Park, SW 22nd Ave. and 19th the dollar amounts a medicare visor of the women's :-

swimming lessons, accordingto St.; Virrick Park, Plaza and beneficiary pays toward a hospital ment of Eastern Florida
pools supervisor Jack Ott. Day Sts. in Coconut Grove;and stay of more than 60 days sented Mother Jessie Whatever we do, let us be doing r

The pool locations are;Cur- West End Park, SW 60th Ave. or a posthosplta 1 extended ;lovely plaque for outstanding it with a view to the future. to..;,
Us Park, 2300 NW N. River and Third St. care stay of more than 20 i services rendered for mission .
days. These amounts, also, ;in our state.Honored tt A It is our pleasure to serve you.
- - - - -- - - - - -
will go up 10 percent, begin- guest Sunday was .
Swan Quarter N. e. I ning January I, 1969. Bishop Lynford Ashmead from 4 JI.:
I When a medicare beneficiary Luton Beds, England.
: I has a hospital stay or more Many thanks to all who participated -

Movement I than 60 days, he will pay$11 a i and contributed do- '% J JACKSON'S BETTER
Continues SEAFOOD
I day for the 61st through the ;nations and food toward our
,90th day, up from the present i Christmas baskets. 1298 NW 62nd Streets
$10 per day. If he has a post-
With SCLC HelpSWAN I hospital stay of over 20 days in I
ARMED SERVICESAN sea -l--aeaez-->- mrae---l__
I an extended care facility, he
will pay $5.50 per day toward ANTONIO. Airman
QUARTER,N.C.-A mand that the County start a the costs of the 21st through Jimmie Elvine, son of Mr.and
freedom movement for educa- realistic, full-scale integra the 100th day. Mrs. John W. Elvine of 7530

tional quality here in Hyde tion program by sendfngwhlte If he needs to draw on his NW 15th Avenue, Miami, has JTVU7
County has continued with a., students to black schools as serve account a beneficiary completed basic training at
highly effective boycott of well as black students to white can draw upon if he ever needs Lackland AFB, Tex. He has
black schools. Leaders of the schools, at both the elementary more than 90 days of hospital been assigned Sheppard \
Hyde County Freedom Move- and high school level.We care In the same benefit AFB, Tex., for training in aircraft ,,
ment said this weekend that also demand that the black period, he will now pay $22 a maintenance. Airman
their struggle must go on un- community must have proper day for each reserve day used, Elvine is a 1968 graduate of
til their demands for equal tionate representation in making instead of$20 per day. Miami Northwestern High
treatment in the desegregation policy for the schools." For medicare beneficiaries School.

of public schools are met. Mr. Abel Fulford Jr. is who enter a hospital before the
The school walk-out beganat chairman of the 14membernegotiating end of this year, the hospital
the start of the fall term in committee for the deductible amount will be$40,

protest against a plan by the Hyde County Freedom Move rather than $44, Miss Leip
County School Board to comply ment. ziger pointed out. Also, the
with federal government orders dollar amounts they will pay -
to end s c h o o 1 segregation Local leaders last month invited toward the cost ota hospital / v
The Board's plan to"tn- the Southern Christian stay of more than 60 days or I
tegrate" the schools called for Leadership Conference to as for posthospital extended careI I
clOSing of the two black sist in the m 0 v erne n t. Dr of more than 20 days will be jKt W* t- I
schools Ralph David Abernathy, SCLC payable at the old rate-even

A local spokesman for the President, responded by goingto though the service may be provided Christinas
movement said the effect of Swan Quarter in November: in 1969, rather than

this Plan is to deprive the black He also assigned 'Mr. Golden 1968. Warm and sincere
community of its educational Frinks, SCLC State Field Secretary The Model City branch office -
institutions and threaten the in North Carolina, and is open from 8:30 a.m. to holiday greetings.

jobs of Negro teachers and administrators SCLC field organizers Mr. 4:30 p.m.Monday through Fri 1968 ",
"We want Lester Hankerson, Mr.James I day and from 8:30 a.m.to7:30: And the joys of
to make it clear," the spokesman Mock, Mr. Roland Betts, Mr. p.m. on Thursday for those .-
and Mr. ArnoldHays who cannot come induringtheday. Christmastime
said, "that we do not want Ray Betts, surround
work in Hyde County. 1968
racial to I .
separatism. But wede- _
you throughout the

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I I I Caribbean To Have International' Exposition II. SEWING ZIGZAG MACHINESCALLNOW

Carifta Expo..'69, the Caribbean '69 is deisgned to demonstrateto spectacular resort area locat- Expo 69 has been planned and
area's first interna- the world the progress and ed on a pro m in e n t southern designed under Mr. Bynoe's
tional exposition, will be held potential of the island group peninsula of Grenada, a pic- talented direction.
from April 5 to 30, 1969, it was and its neighbouring nations. turesque area famous for its Among the features of Gre-
officially announced this week "The exposition is vital to the white-sanded beaches and blue nada exposition are: the Pavilion -
by The Hon. Eric Matthew growth and development of the waters. of Nations, the Heritage 4Wi i ,v4w
Gairy, Premier of Grenada, Caribbean," Mr. Gairy said. Under Mr. Gairy's leader- Museum, a West Indian Car-
West Indies, whose island The theme of the exposition, ship, the Grenadian Govern- nival City and many national,
country will host the affair. "Showcase of Caribbean Pro- ment has appointed aCarif'la ', industrial and agricultural exhibit Miami
All of the other ten member gress," is geared to the West Expo'69 committee of forty areas. In addition to participation - 'I
nations of Carifta (Caribbean Indies' common intention of members, whose task it is to by CARIFTA mem- }
Area Free TradeAssociation) achieving first class status as organize and plan the multi- bers, other governments of the 685-1564
are reportedly eager to make nations among nations. faceted, logistical and oper- Free World and members reword:'
the exposition a rousing suc- "We seek promote the expansion ational phases of the exposition from the private sectors have i 532-4445 5' r'"
cess and have pledged their and diversification of Heading the Committee been invited to join the Carib- BRAND NEW !
full support to the project.The trade, foster harmonious will be Mr. Peter Bynoe, bean states in this gigantic un .
member states are: Jamaica, development and its liberali- ARIBA, Dip. Ar -h? Presidentof dertaking.In TRADES 5pZ 196* "

Trinidad, Barbados, Guy- zation by the removal of bar- Association of Commonwealth his announcement, the ACCEPTED ,,,rr CP PORTABLES I
ana, Antigua,Dominica, Mont- riers, :;to encourage the pro- Arch itectural Ascoc la- Grenadian Premier said, "all II
serrat, St. Kitts, St.Lucia,St.
gressive development of the tions. Mr. Bynoe. husband of of Grenada is thrilled and hon
Vincent, and the host nation economies of the Caribbeanarea Gr enada' s Governor, Dr. ored to play host to the hun- I
for Expo 69, Grenada. said Mr. Gairy. Hilda Bynoe receved international dreds of thousands who will Ii
Cited by Mr. Gairy as "a acclaim for his workat visit our islands in April." i
major mileston in the I area's The exposition Itself will be the recent Montreal Exposition I I
development," Carifta Expo housed at True Blue, a vast The site of CARIFTA "We promise them an experience ABC SEWING CENTER
Gairy said.of a lifetime," Mr. 12910 N.W. 7 AVE. i

Material' Out for Negro History --

Week Study Kit II I I

ATLANTA, Georgia. An Wesley noted that the new addition leading force in research and
expanded and more detailed is a significant contri- continuous interest in the history -
study kit for high schools bution to the enrichment of of the black man in
and libraries will soon be next year's Negro History America. We are glad to playa i
available through the Association Week observance The Asso- part in this excellent program -
for the Study of Negro ciation has prepared and developed ."
Life and History.Plans for the programs for Negro The combined set of materials -
observance of Negro History History Week since 1926. Dr. will enable teachers,
Week, including a new slide Wesley expects the interest In librarians, youth organiza-
film and record, were an- the observance to continue at tions and other groups to pro- i
nounced recently by Dr. a higher level 1 than every before mote a broad range of activities
Charles H. Wesley, executive during Negro History sonic <
director of the Association.The Harold Hamilton, who is coordinating Week observance. .
film and recording en- the activity for the To date, many such groupsas
titled "Black Treasures," Market Development Depart- mentioned above have writ-
was developed by Coca-Cola ment, Coca-Cola USA, said, ten to the Association at 1538
USA for use with study and "The Association for the Studyof Ninth Street, N.W, Washington -
program kits during the observance Negro Life has been the D. C.
of Negro History
', Week on February 9-16,1969. rlasi mti: -- stllmrlaar-- mtaari- mt smtiaata xiaatlleI4fsTMA8 flu
The kits are prepared each II 1I
year at ASNLH headquartersin

Washington, D. C. .
The new film and record is i .rqr .
'+: y"
I w..1'ft.v.: "" ":2'{ "" -
not a documentary of the his f/0'p.' if '
tory of black Americans,but a '" i :':

presentation that emphasizesthe 1968 .1 --, t .: '' .. ...,.. .
need for a more thorough ,..
understanding of Negro his- m'I J ,, !
"' ::
: .;i, :
tory. The program encour- ,tiI ." \t: ',:'J'. 'h1 I
ages black and white studentsa : I
like to become better '.
acquainted with the history of f 1 ))1
black Americans. It also w Mow I :;+
shows the importance of including -

Negro history in 1111 III r )1 '.L1111111 171
' I
school studies to educatorsand "lI / //I I, t 1 I '
11111% 'r e
.parents 1 N . : ,i'ii
"Changing the Image of the .' I i
African American Through /'
,. ; I
History" is the theme of the ," .
1969 ASNLH study kit. Dr .,* ;;;J J\. 1 :i: ", "' '
I 5
CHRISTMAS .;, I ,,:' ': '
48 Receive ",,
LIVES. ) ,",' ,., .,
ConfirmationRites I ) "


Last Sunday at the Churchof 1'-' : liI
The Incarnation,the Rev.A. SPIC & SPAN MARKET I .
Tyrrel Dear, vicar the Rt. I ) i
Reverend Albert Ervine Swift,. 4801 NW 27 AveAir I .q t I'i I'it
.. assistant Bishop in the Diocese ,
of Florida administeredthe Conditioned & Heated i '. s :
holy rite of confirmationto "Pat" Clarinda I"Cisco" 'I : l
"Winnie, . : ::
a class of fortyeight. W '," '
Ricbrdo & Billy
I ...\,I
Hours >
; Following the service refreshments : I'
were served at the 6 am 9 pm Sun. 6 am 3 pm Ii
parish house. :

Saar srx 1I Est aaata-tzar far bit iRSt-tzx lia aanbC--. 'I., : ".c

".". I
I Missed your greeting in our ,

Christmas Edition ? 'J.

You've got until Wednesday Dec. 27

'f1i'? to place your advertising in our

\. New Year's editionto Your favorite soft drink tastes great in convenient, space-saving,

quick-chill, no-return steel cans. Have some fun at your house.

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THE MIAMI TIMF. FrMnv Decemb 20. IQAft 35
' -
I Social Security State StewardessNews Omegas Havt* Annual Ranautl. I
"---- -- --- - -
BoardThe The Omega Psi Phi Fra- William S. Parks receivedthe
r ternity of Miami-Dade Junior most outstanding pledgee
Older people who enter the State Stewardess Boardof College North,featured Its an- award. Paul West and The-
hospital under medicare on Eastern Florida of the nual Banquet, 8 p.m. Decem- opholis Adderly were selected
January 1, or after will be re- Churches of God in Christ ber 14 In the Mezenae Roomof most outstanding Brothers and

sponsible for an additional $4 celebrated Its 6th anniversary the Everglades Hotel in MI- were presented with Omega
yE of their hospital bills. by having a "Pre-Christmas ami. Paddles from Gamma 24.
s Up till now, Miss Dorrith Musical Tea" at the recrea- In the realm of the highlights
Lelpzlger, social security tion center Hialeah,Sunday, the VIP's were honored. They The contestants lorOmega's
branch office officer-in- at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Jessie L. are Connie Sutton,Dr.Taylor, Sweetheart were An-
charge said, medicare has Hill, state president.Mrs. Mr. Leon Robinson, dean of drea Mention, Virginia Wilcox -

'I paid all but the $40 of a medi- Mattie Moss, was the activities, Mr. Joe Smith, Mr. Sherry Cooper, Rocella
care beneficiary's hospital emcee for the evening and ren- Ambrose Gardiner, presidentof Jones, Yvonne Collins, and
bill In each spell of illness.Ef- dered program that enrichedour school, Mr. Larry Smith, Melissa Moore. Miss Mary A.

s; fective January 1, she said, it hearts. Elder Oliver Mrs. Mamie Jackson, and Mr. Young, a sophomore at Miam-
will cover all but the first$44. Crooms delivered a messageon Ronald Thompson, sponsor. Dade, was crowned the Sweet-
A She noted that the hospital bill mission.La The young men of Gamma heart of Omega Psl Phi, 1968-
for an 69. The first attendant is Miss
average stay by medicare 24 that Just became members
beneficiary now runs Lennel Cook of Orlando, and
we Introduced. They are
:i'I about $600. second attendant, Miss Lor-
William S. Parks,Rudolph La-
The hospital deductible raine Duhart of Miami.Acknowledgments .
verity, Robert Park, Richard
amount for
which the medicare Demeritte, Demeritte, were
beneficiary Is responsible James Wilson, Winston Mc- made from the sponsor and the

she the explained, is similar to Kally, Fred Bethel, Paul 'old' Brothers acknowledgedtheir
deductible amounts provided Carey and Donald Strozier. guest.

in many auto insurance _.... ....
c ----- ------------
policies where the car owner

pays the first $50 or $100 of a f-----------------'j r
repair bill and the insurance

I company pays the rest.
'" .I The increase of $4 lathe
portion of the hospital bill for :
FAMU BAND GET FUNDSMrs. which a medicare beneficiary :

Inez Kaiser of Inez Kaiser is responsible results from a
Kanso s provision in the law requiring TRAUIA HARBIN j;
City, Mo., presents Dr. William P. Foster a check for an annual review thededuc-
the bank scholarship/ fund named in his honor. The To highlight the Tea was a j I '
contribution -
tible. The first such review "
"Mr. or "Miss"stewardess
was from Lifebouy, a product of Lever Brothers, the law provided was to be t :. .
baby contest. Contestantswere I J
New York City. The contribution
was during the made In 1968. the Williams baby $23
36th annual Orange Blossom Classic
in Miami. The law states that if this Crapps baby $37, Mrs. Ethel ![, I'tJ\ '!/,..>J.-
annual review shows that hospital Gray sponsor of Daytona I) "'- "
)I' :
City Pools Offer SHmnastics costs have changed significantly Beach; Hall babyRogers)$49, I ,,,--
| the hospital deduc- sponsored by his mother Mrs. I ."
I And tible must be adjusted for the Doris Hall; Rose Marie Smith
I 1J
Weight \
following year, with any nec- baby girl $61, sponsored by
essary adjustments made In Mrs. Essie Jackson; Harbin I

weight lifting Dr.; Dixie Park, 1235 NW 4th( $4 steps -- to avoid small annual baby girl (LaTrauia) $140.25, _
for men and women and swim- Ave.; Edison park, NW 63rd I changes. sponsored by Mrs. Beatrice Jt 11 mow:

ming lessons are part of the St. and Fifth PI.; Manor park, Miss Leipziger said that Jordan who won the title of I M

new health program now opento NW 12th Ave. and 48th St.; when the hospital deductible "Miss Stewardess" for 1968- .

Miamians at eight city Morningside Park, NE 55th J amount changes, the law re- 69.Dr.
swimming pools. Ter. and the Shenandoah quires comparable changes In Gussie Gamble ---
Bay; ( super- I .......;::
All city pools are giving free Park, SW 22nd Ave. and 19th 1 the dollar amounts a medicare visor of the women's depart-

swimming lessons, accordingto St.; Virrick Park, Plaza and I beneficiary pays toward a hospital ment of Eastern Florida pre-
pools supervisor Jack Ott. Day Sts In Coconut Grove;and I stay of more than 60 days sented Mother Jessie Hill a I Whatever we do, let us be doing t

The pool locations are: Curtis West End Park, SW 60th Ave. or a posthospltal extended lovely plaque for outstanding "11 it with a view to the future. "
Park, 2300 NW N. River and Third St. care stay of more than 20 services rendered for mission I .
days. These amounts, also, In our state.Honored It is our pleasure to serve you.
-- - - - - - - - - - -
1 will go up 10 percent, begin- guest Sunday was
Swan Quarter N. C ning January 1, 1969. Bishop Lynford Ashmead from \
W h e n a medicare beneficiary Luton Beds, England.

has a hospital stay or more Many thanks to all who participated -

Movement than 60 days, he will pay$11 a and contributed donations l J JACKSON'S BETTER SEAFOOD
day for the 61st through the and food toward our 1298
NW 62nd
90th day, up from the present Christmas baskets. Street
$10 per day. If he has a post- I

With SCLC Help hospital stay of over 20 days In ARMED SERVICESAN ia---------------a
an extended care facility, he
will pay$5.50 per day toward ANTONIO. Airman
SWAN QUARTER,N.C.-A: mand that the County start a the costs of the 21st through Jimmie Elvine, son of Mr.and
freedom movement for educa- realistic, full-scale integra the 100th day. Mrs. John W. Elvine of 7530

tional quality here in Hyde tion program by sending white If he needs to draw on his NW 15th Avenue, Miami, has
County has continued with a. students to black schools as serve account a beneficiary completed basic training at HOLVii"

highly effective boycott of well as black students to white can draw upon If he ever needs Lackland AFB, Tex. He has

black schools. Leaders of the schools, atboththeelementary more than 90 days of hospital been assigned Sheppard
Hyde County Freedom Move- and high school level.We care in the same benefit AFB, Tex., for training in aircraft ,

ment said this weekend that also demand that the black period, he will now pay $22 a maintenance. Airman

their struggle must go on until community must have propor day for each reserve day used, Elvine is a 1968 graduate of
their demands for equal tionate representation In mak Instead of$20 per day. Miami Northwestern High
treatment In the desegregation ing policy for the schools." For medicare beneficiaries School.

of public schools are met. Mr. Abel Fulford Jr. is who enter a hospital before the

The school walk-out beganat chairman of the 14-member end of this year, the hospital
the start of the fall term In negotiating committee for the deductible amount will be$40,

protest against a plan by the Hyde County Freedom Move rather than $44, Miss Leip-
County School Board to comply ment. ziger pointed out. Also, the
with federal government orders dollar amounts they will pay
to end school segrega- Local leaders last month invited toward the cost of a hospital

tion. The Board's plan to"in- the Southern Christian stay of more than 60 days or
tegrate" the schools called for Leadership Conference to assist for posthospital extended care

Closing of the two black in the movement. Dr. of more than 20 days will be //i4 hLQ/c t.i.Pi1-f
schools. Ralph David Abernathy, SCLC payable at the old rate-even

A local spokesman for the President, responded by goingto though the service may be pro- t.i.Pi11)ristwasj) \ *
movement said the effect of Swan Quarter inNovem':>e r. vided in 1969, rather than

this Plan Is to deprive the black He also assigned Mr. Golden 1968. and sincere 0
community of Its educational Frinks, SCLC State Field Secretary The Model City branch office -
institutions and threaten the in North Carolina, and I Is open from 8:30 a.m. to holiday greetings

jobs of Negro teachers and ad- SCLC field organizers Mr. 4:30: p.m. Monday through Friday 1968 --
Mr.James i and from 8 30 to7:30 And the
ministrators. "We want Lester Hankerson, ; a.m. joys of
to make it clear the Mock, Mr. Roland Betts, Mr., p.m. on Thursday forthose ...
spokesman -
said "that do not want Ray Betts, and Mr. Arnold I who cannot come in during the Christmastime surround

racial separatism. But wede- Hays to work in Hyde County.i day. 1968
- -- -;;r you throughout the

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Our Gallant// Youth I ; ii ,
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Immeasurably brave, our gallant youth .
The scenes of life I can not seeI 'f
Endures increasing dangers of the war. ,
find In prayer's tranquility f'I
courageously share the realistic truth
And in my world an inner light They f
That it is known to beastly maim and mar.
Shows me His love can be my sight. ,
Distinguished chivalry giant-sized
Despite their obvious adolescent age: Lt
On my eyelids I feel His lips, :t
Acts of heroism are
Upon my face His fingertips;
combat battles
While ferocious rage.
Then every scene becomes quite clear. .h.. ... ... .--..- ,,--
And in the dark I have no fear.
Dutifully and fiercely they defend
The freedom, they hope will never cease. Bishop S. McDowell Shelton I has conference with King Husseinof
For on heart a peaceful hushIs
painted my there with God's own brush; Inherently gallant, they aim to end Jordan duringhis recent trip abroad.
The strife and honorably strive for peace.
And In my mind I do believe-
They will struggle with warfare's savagery
I see His star on Christmas Eve.
Until they are assured of amity.

Remelda Gibson
Your BookYour

Preceed Live Worldwide BroadcastBISHOP
book is white, the pages new, The Reaper Of
God's gift he gives to each of you The Sown WordThe
To use with love from day to day
Recording deeds and words you say. power of the spoken word s. MCDOWELL SHELTON THE YOUNG DYNAMIC EC-
Embossed ingold, chapters for all, cannot be underestimated.It MOVEMENT, WILL DOCTRINATE THE NATIONS WITH THE
Your book He sends enscribed dearly- like a scythe which lops off heads of grainat
HAPPY NEW YEAR- Most Sincerely... harvest time,
chews you up like a thresher,

-Gene GrienerPleasant and which bales conforms your desires into a solid mass Lauderdale, Florida will welcome Bishop S. McDowell Shelton

Noises with all other like builk and the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ on Sunday, December 22,
in shape, size and meaning. 1968 when they dedicate their newly purchased house worship at
Swishing sounds of lapping waves, Only our desire to be different 970 NW 34th Avenue. New York's most powerful short wave radio
Lapping sandy shores; makes us probe our pseudopod-like feelers station WNYW has collaborated with.A T & T (American Telephoneand
Droning of a motor boat . outward. .
Splashing of the oars. changing our form Telegraph) to prepare for live worldwide broadcast to begin at

Pinging sounds of rain on top from the neatly squared off state. twelve noon directly from the church auditorium at the new address.

Tents in open spaces, Then one sharp Services to begin at 11:30: a. m.
Cracking sounds of aspen wood well chosen
Burned in camp-fire places cleaver of a word . Other highlights of this dedicative ceremony will be the traditional
Share a generous measure chops off the testing little foot . apostolic parade commencing after His Eminence, the Bishop addresses .
Of one's listening pleasure. maybe never to venture forth again!
the Eastern seaboard over his vast radio network. This

\: -Craig Christensen -Gilda Lee live morning program can be heard in the Miami area over station

WAME from 9:00 to 10:00 a. m. on Sunday December 22, 968.Divine .

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E Healing in MiamiTHE





Thousands, who were plagued with afflictions and social discon-

tentment have been blissfully reinvigorated through divine healing,

administered by the inspired gifted man of God.

S /VIai ;3tY: 1J 1\ The charismatic theology of the Bishop has proven him to be the

leading authority on religious dogma and Bible annotations. His recent -

return to the United States after a successful tour of Europeand

1 & the Middle East, where he was guest of Princess Grace of

i&I Monaco and King Kussein of Jordan, exemplifies a.small degree of

I IA of his international fame.





any :

f The If Orange Blossom Classic Parade proved to be an exciting, as wellas 1500 NW 54th ST. DECEMBER 20, 21

successful event for the children of Cox's Kindergarten. The drive for Divine Healing Service 20

King and Queen, plus the honor of riding the float, was very competitive and Florida State Birthday Banquet 21

close. Special thanks and congratulations are in order for King, Vincent Hall,
I Queen, Lola Henry; Maurice Caldwell, Ravet Taylor, Robin McKay, Gossan- 910 NW 34th AVE. DECEMBER 22

der: SmithMcCollisky Pollack, Beatrice Beaver, Otis Lawrence, Tonya Evans, Parade 10:00 a. m.
Harold Bennette, Michael Sutton, Sean Baker, Freddie Atwell, Furn Elmore ,
and Dreaushun Thomas. These boys and girls and teachers, Mrs. Peggy Adam,
x Mrs. Helen Robinson and Mrs. Shirley Ward graced the float entitled "A Day

At the Fair." This presentation won first prize in the kindergarten division, for Everyone invited to attend these services there is no charge

and a trophy from the Bonded Rental Agency. Well done boys and girlsl And

from the parents, faculty, supervisors and children, may all of you have a For more information contact the Florida State Supervisor, Deacon
Merry Christmas, and a Prosperous New Year. Clyde Black at 5846138.

Beatrice Cox is supervisor and Arie Lawrence is president.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 20, 1968 37s1eyLmber

T The Afro-American

In 1985

St. Petersburg Times

History is a ditto x machine-and that includes racial history. S:1": t. THE DELUXE7WIN
Exhibit A, a Washington Post story this week pointing out that
"AfroAmerican" is now the most popular name for people
once known as Negroes, colored, or black
This is news? Seventy-three years ago, back in 1895, an
Afro-American minister, The Rev. J. c. Embry of Philadelphia ". This popular SXILSAW: I* VALUE Its hill 7VV
said exactly the same thing: Inch blad cult 2-inch drtitvd lumber at 4S* -
1 \ .Y.n alUr ..vtral blad. tharpenln Hat aw-
"We prefer this title to all others for the reason that it is 7 .
:; ejection rt m that line el cut cUar.Varitorqu .
euphonious, beautiful, true . the title'Negro is too narrow '. clutch protects motor, atan If blade
and exclusive to comprehend the race. L %i Jam In cut

"It is certain that all Africans are not Negroes, nor are all \
who are Negroes Africans. But why should the race name of iIN) .
the millions in Africa, and the millions of African descent in '\
America, be derived from color only?" w Illl
Rev. Embry's article Is part of a remarkable volume pub- OVER
lished in Nashville, Tenn., in 1895 by Haley & Florida. Title, 1V2 H.P. REG.
"Afro-American Encyclopedia; Or, The Thoughts,Doings and -- MOTOR 32.88
Sayings Of The Race."
It was rescued from a backyard bonfire in Tampa a few
years ago by Robert Haylock. He gave the encyclopedia to hisdaughterinlaws --
Mrs.Harry Haylock of St. Petersburg. The
turn of events has shown the rare volume to be a book of pro-

phecy. IT1i.T1 "Tropicana"I
Haley, 20 years.a subscription publisher,collected writingsof
more than 100 Negroes,"their wisest and best men and wo- 4x8-FOOT

men.He"did so because as a publisher he had become aware of a PREFINISHED

situation still true today a scarcity of books telling of Negro v PANELINGPANEL
contributions and achievements in America.The I I
637-page volume is era mmed with an astonishing variety
of material. Profiles ranging from Frederick Douglas, who
was a slave, editor and minister to Haiti, to that of Granvllle
T. Woods of Cincinnati, an"electrician and inventive genius." 1X12-IN. SHELF BOARDS
Lists of Negro universities and newspapers,poems,articleson
philosophy and religion, offbeat essays such as"Shall Our "Choice Spruce" Reg. $5.28
Women Pull Teeth?"
Displayed so you can
Throughout, there is a strong sense pride of achieve- select the boards that Beautiful Philippine Mahogany . fac-
ment. After all, the Afro-American had only enjoyed freedomfor you'll be using! Evenly RUN. FT. tory finished by professional methods to
30 years at the time.In sawed and milled bring out the warmth and elegance of
1968, textbooks are being revised, TV programs such as smoothly. 8-FT. or LoRftr the grain. Random grooved patterns.
Choice of three shades.
NBC's recent "Black America" series seek to recognize con
tributions of the race. MBM IM
Publisher Haley did the same thing in 1895. But he didn't
have the communication. It is likely that his book sold only a F TOFURNITURE! I I
few thousand copies, at $1.50 each.
In "Our Fallen Heroes," Rev. G. V. Clark praises Negro
military men, from Crispus Attucks during the RevolutionaryWar
to those of "the late war of the Rebellion." He says 192-, KNOTTY PINE KNOTTY PONDEROSA. PINE
000 "black braves" fought for the Union and 80,000 died.
Another writer says that more than 3,000 Afro-American t 5DRAWERCHEST 4-DrawerDESK

soldiers enlisted in Gen. George Washington's RevolutionaryArmy.
Here's a desk you can
paint or finish natural
In 1968 Richard Nixon has been urging use of tax credits to o for student's room
set Negroes up in small"black capitalist"businesses of their ri1 Superb craftsmanship! Nt ''

own. The Ford Foundation has made similar loans. __._.- 4.
Again, nothing new. In.1895 the owners of the Cleveland Ga- NO. 925
zette (a Negro p pei j declared: "The Negro needs more and :,I::: ip, 21-i.. .wI, 11- Reg. $17.47KNOTTY
more year by year to launch out into business for himself .
we are the only company owned and operatedby colored men,
with our own type and press and printing outfit do not ask
why we have no more business enterprises until you have done I' PINE KNOTTY PONDEROSA PINEMATE'S

what you can to help those we have." DEACON'SBENCH DESKVHBBBHBHBBHr
Militants of 1968 urge race pride;it was also recommendedin I
1895: "The Afro-American can only become a formidable r r :,...
factor in this country by uniting his forces," declared the Bea- Front panel on desk is
con Light. "It is too common to hear him speak disparaginglyof tJ reversible. I
the efforts of his own race." / !
Bishop Henry M. Turner of Atlanta was said to believe that NO. 100 7.16 1 t
"his race will ultimately return to Africa and that it is the Solve a ( problem,
duty of the government to help them do so . He declaresthat do use it a economically.n.w decor idea and Re g. $21.9 S Reg. S25.97
for two races of people to be living in the same country,
under the same institutions and subject to the same laws withno
social contact, Is an anomaly and can be productive only of
evil results."

Publisher Haley offered his unusual encyclopedia "hopingand
praying that it may accomplish some good..
tinue.Now, 73 years later, the hopes, prayers and problems con- VHBBBHBHBBHrLindsleyWLumber

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and wool presser,experienced -
CLASSIFIED! ADS Barber wanted. Supreme Bar- only. 12$ and 24?. Call DOCTORS RECEPTIONISTNo

ber Shop 5552 N.W. 17th Ave.20) 9457161. (Indef.) age limit i excellent income -
v- (Dec.
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00.) 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. keep present Job while
For free informa-

not work in pleasant sur- 5 months thru 5 years. Free

roundings, with good pay and pickup and delivery. For fur- ALFA 905 Buena Vista sta-

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT many fringe benefits. Where? ther information, call tion Miami, Fla. 33137
At Miami Beach's FINEST, of 758-2472. .
WASHINGTON PARK LARGE FENCED CORNER Room for rent, for respec- course! NAME -
(Dec. 20))
new 3 bedroom 1 bath, carport $88 a month pays all, 2 bedroom table working woman.Cooking ADDRESS

Vets $200 down $120 CBS, screened porch. privileges. N ic e quiet neigh- HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU MISCELLANEOUS
month. See 1438 NE 152 St. Small but nice$350 down FHA. borhood. Also room for man, Applications are now being CITY
TU87583.. $11,500 total. A. Ben-Kori reasonable price. Too see call accepted, with some imme- Draperies taken down,
cleaned decorator folded and
(Jan. 3)) Realtor, anytime 7592425. NE 54805. diate opening for EXPERI- ,Lustra-tone STATE -
ENCED Steno and File Clerks, rehung. Drapery
530 NW 69th Street-Fan- 1621 NW 58th STREET Room. Male or female. 1521 Day and Night Waiters and Service, 8878022. (Indef)) PHONE AGEdec-

tastic buy! Two houses, CBS House on a lot zoned for apart- NW 67th St. Waitresses, Porters, Ware- 27

extra large swimming pool, ments, kindergarten or washers, Housemen, Night

conditioned. FHA total church. $5000.00 total price. Room in private home Liberty Cleaners, Night Coffee Shop MEN BRAND NEW

price $18,000.00-$1,200.00 Call owner Hollywood 987- City area. Cooking facilities. Hostess . NOW B THE
downpayment, monthly, $116. 4668. 2125 NW 64th St. 7588128. TIME to apply in person at our 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH

Seeing Is believing. Aetna Personnel Office, 10 a.m. to HOMES

Realty (Broker), 811 N.W. 54 CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no 2 bedroom CBS duplex $30.00 4 p.m., 4441 Collins Avenue, SOUTHERN Under Construction
St., Phone: 757-5724, Open 7 qualifying or closing cost. Small 2 bedroom apt. $22.00 Miami Beach. 9280 NW 12th Avenue

days. Small down payment.Open 1-5 1 bedroom apt. CBS $19.00 BELL 9300 NW 12th Avenue

p.m. 2920 NW 157th St. Owner DEPOSIT REQUIRED 1366 NW 96th Street
157 N.W. 45th St. 4 bedroom, 531-3184 or 3711905. ROUTE SALESMANGood 940 NW 43rd Street
1 bath plus 1 bedroom and 1 WEST REALTY NEEDS
2020 NW 62nd Street starting salary plus FINE CUSTOM FEATURES
bath can be used as rental.
Com mi Is sion. Progressive $25,700For
FHA $17,000.00, downpay AFTER ROOM. Call 6335806. Details, Call
ment $700.00, seller pays all salary Increases, PI
promotional opportunities, AETNA REALTY
closing costs. Fenced rear / 1 bed-
Call 633-4330 for quick 1811 NW 84th St.
5 day week, paid holidays 811 NW 54th Street
yard, large over Limit3peo-
delivery or stop by 1474 NW room plus porch.
and paid vacations, good
2,000 square feet of house. 41st St. after 3 p.m. all ple unfurnished. $22.88 week plan free life Insurance NO EXPERIENCE Phone: 757-5724
pension ,
Bring deposit when you seet day Friday and Saturday. ly plus $50 security deposit and free hospital NECESSARY Exclusive Agent
his one Aetna Realty plus light deposit. Reliable National APPLY:

(Broker), 811 N.W. 54th St., 16 lots, TRUMAN City, west Rental, Inc. 7578596. insurance.Linen Service Apply, :1950 NW 345 N.E. 2nd I.e.
Phone: 757.5724, Open 7days. of airport. Call 7581872. 1325 NE. 2nd AVI. $800 Down FHA
1st Avenue.DUE
800 NW 56th Street
(Jan. 24) Nice clean room for workingman. 1101 S.W. 24th St.
2116 N.W. 96th. Terrace-2 .Heat and hot water. 634- Open half daysSaturdays Live rent free, lovely 2

bedroom, CBS bargain-$11, 1874 NW 89th Terrace 2 8244. bedroom, CBS home plus 2
500.00 total p r Ice,$ 500.00 at downtown location rental units completely j
bedroom 1 bath Florida
down low low monthly .1 hilI grnhMti tgNru furnished.
carport, fenced FHA $11,000
ment-why pay rent? Move to HELP TO OUR
day. Aetna Realty (Broker), $350 down seller pays all Elderly woman to baby sit in EXPANSION NATIONAL EUROPEAN PROGRAM -.- $600 Down FHA
closing costs, (Vets or 221 SOUTHERNBELL
home 6931058. 1495 NW 41st Street
811 N.W. 54th Street Phone
757.5724, Open 7 days. ; people $100 down), Hurry! WM HAS 2 CBS homes, 2 bedroom,
Hurry! Hurry! Aetna Realty Person to take care of two NEEDS large Fla room, like new,
Speculators and Investors (Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. small children 3711342. corner lot.
757-5724, Open 7 days. TELEPHONEOPERATORS * *
5140 N.W. 12th Avenue-Two HELP WANTED o OrfNINGFOR $1300 Down FHA
houses total
price $9,000.00- 2 fur coats, like new. Cost TRAINEE DESK CLERK APPLY 2230 NW 38th Street
$700.00 down, one mortgage $300 each. Sell for $50 each. Intelligent, neat appear- ] Big beautiful duplex. 2
pays off in less than 10 years- ance. Office experience MondayFriday
Call 6934114. bedroom 2 bath Flo
$100.00 monthly. Absolutelyy helpful. Start $1.50 per hr. 345 N. E. 2nd Avenue ,
8325 N. E. 2nd Avenue huge corner lot.ALLAPATTAH.
no qualifying, money RUMMAGE SALE MOTEL 9101 S. W. 24th Street
bank. Aetna Realty (Broker, 16901 Collins Avenue Downtown Location Open REALTY
811 N. W. 54th Street Phone: RELOCATE TO OTHER AREAS h Day Saturday A. M. 633-0426 I
Men and boys suits etc,ladies
757-5724 7 WORK OR Equal Opportunity Employer
Open days. AIDDt8JNNe bnB
apparel, dishes. New gifts for CocaColaBOTTLING -- -
Christmas, 619 NE 87th St. in > EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
1 bath
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom,
the rear Friday, Saturday, CO. WE WILL GIVE YOU:
i' screened porch, fenced yard, MALE LAUNDRY HELP

sprinklers, close to bus,shopping Sunday. Route RAPID GOOD. STARTING PAYT Loaders, pullers, extractor operators Good
FHA $300 down, $80.78
YEAR PAID ROUND EMPLOYMENT wages. Production bonus. Excellent com-

person month, Veteran$100 down.or displaced Atlantic FOR RENT SalesmanSalary FEDERAL PRO FIT SHARINGI CIIEDIT f 'UNION PLAN pany benefits, paid vacation, permanent job.

Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No
and Pacific Realtors, 666- Nice clean 1 bedroom apart- while MARRIED MEN PREFERRED

0411. ment. Quiet place, 6306 NW 15 phonecalls please. National Linen Service.

Ave. Call Kelly FR 1-9797 or training APPLY y lUM 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.
LIVE RENT FREE NE 41886. (Indef) Must be 21 or over
Beautiful 1 bedroom 1 bath duplex and a resident of

each side. Fenced yard, HIALEAH APARTMENTSNo theGreater

protective windows, walk children. 1 and 2 bedroom Miami General OfficeBisc. FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP

to bus and church. $350 down. apartments include refrigerator Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.
$108 month all. For details
pays and range, unfurnished, Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation,
call, newly repainted. Water free. Apply in person at: Production bonus. be 18
Realtor Phil Perry, Inc. 1 bedroom rent $18 week or 301 NW 29th Street O O BlvD.WEEKDAYS permanent job.
642-0461 or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls
$69 per month.2bedroomrent
between 10 a.m. National Linen 1950 NW
please. Service.
$20 week or $79 per month.
2 CAR GARAGED and 3 p.m. 1st Ave. Ask for Mr.
Convenient to shopping and
he by 160 NW 69th St. t ID II A.M. J TO 4 P.M.
Lovely 2 bedroom custom- working areas around Hialeah. Monday through Friday

built home and Very quiet area, these are
two-story garage 01l1RRRIIPNhIl( 1 lfIRIIu1IRRllllnllll011lllllUIIflUhIUUUIIIIIUI
In total beautiful apartments. Hi Lo
apt. rear.$21,000
I $1,200 downFHAA.Ben-Kori Apartments, 2490 W. 4th Ct.,

Realtor, anytime 7592425. No.1, Hialeah, Florida Mgr. Help Wanteda i
s Mrs. Williams 8870763. LINCOLN RIAL PARK

$73 MONTH PAYSALL HE .....19'
7119 NW 20th Avenue 3001 NW 46th STREETE.
$200 down buys nice small 2
Cooks Cashiers I
bedroom CBS total only$8,500 3 bedroom, hot and cold water. JOHNSON. MAASEASONS ,GER. OX 1.6757GREETINGS ,
City 6916576.
+ FHA. A. Ben-Kori Realtor,
anytime, 759-2425. Hostesses I
Room for rent in quiet sur- Gates will be open Dec. 25 and Jon. 1 for visitors,
3 BEDROOM roundings. Man or woman. But we will be cl loud for business
drive by 2443 NW 101st St., Cooking privileges. 635-6737 = Waitresses, Waiters, \
a large home for a big family.

Plus extra sleeping room$350 Salad-Girls Bus Girls
down FHA 13,500 total $112a - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - I I

month pays all. A. Ben-Kori

.T Realtor anytime. 7592425. Utility WorkersGood I

Open Sunday 3831 NW 171 D. fringe benefits
St. plus large extra room. A ,
very nice large home,vacant.
$500 FHA $15,500 total, $125 paid vacation, year round

month pays all, Hurry on this MEN

one, call me for details. A. employmentAPPLY I

Ben-Kori Realtor, anytime


\\> Beautiful home and income. SONNEL DEPT., NORTH MIAMI GENERAL HOSPITAL, 1101 N. E. Dobbs Houses

Drive by 160 127th STREET N. MIAMI,891.3550.MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY,
ly 2 bedroon custom built, 9 A.M.5 P. M.
8:30: A.M. TO 4 P. M.
plus garage apt. $1200 down I MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

.t FHA terms,less for Vets.Call (D-20)) CONCOURSE #4
to inspect this one. A. Ben-
$ iminiaiinnnirainitnininnnnniniiiiiniiniiiii! !
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 20, 1968 39 -

Claims' "Georgia Plan"' Is
HOUSE FOR SALE N.E. ((1)) 2 houses, 1 lot $500 down, $105 month.

Solution To FHA $450 DOWN No qualifying. 4023 NW 20th Court.
Ghetto Problem' .
2 bedroom
Anyone buy.
can -
TALLAHASSEEWealthybanker anything done," Lane, the Is the conscience of the community CBS home. Lot ((2)) 2 houses, 1 lot $500 down, $105 month.
Mills B. Lane says his president of the Central and ," Lane said. He offered 66x138. Many extras. No qualifying. 1529 NW 51st Terr.
"Georgia Plan" for cleaningup Southern Banks Georgia told J. K. REALTY Realtors
the consulting help of- ,
slum areas and helping low- a news conference. officials of the nearest C&S 947-7571 ((3)) 3 houses, 1 lot $500 down, $110 month.

Income Negroes to own and Lane said the program was Bank, In Albany. G3.m No qualifying. 559 NW 58th Street.
improve their homes and first a c c 0 mpl1shedin-Savannah -

businesses will work any- ,Ga.,through a massive ((4)) 3147 NW 66th St 3 bedroom CBS, $350
where. cleanup campaign followed by down. $103 all. FHA
to Florida's an a t t pays
Lane, who came a ck on the money .REALTY
capital city to explain the planat problems of Negroes through bedroom 2 bath
((5)) 417 NW 46th St. 3 ,
of local bank
a making
request ,
the money available from
frame. $250 down, $89 all. FHA terms.
said more can be done with home ownership and small BROKER pays
government programs. businesses without customary
"U you rely on governmentto restrictions. ((6)) 1748 NW 42nd St. 3 bedroom CBS, $250
do everything, you won't get "I like to think that a bank OPEN 7 DAYSNO down, $87 pays all. FHA terms.

WAGE EARNING CLASSES RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN! ((7)) 2111 NW 152nd Terr. 3 bedroom CBS,

Available for Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home at 720 $350 down, $117 pays all. FHA terms.

NW 53rd St. Large Flo room, large open front
HOMEMAKERSLindsey porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices, Ford Realty Inc. Broker
Hopkins Education Centerfor dra pes, stove, refrigerator air conditioner. Priceonly$10,000.Reasonabledown ,
3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
information Phone
350-3231 payment and terms. .,..

Alterations (Ladies Ready to Wear) Mon. NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN! .1 r--- irRA nr- rAdaCAiinrA AaaanTMA ORR M CAitC_

Custom Drapery Making Mon. Nice 3 bedroom home at 1876 NW 93rd Terrace. r
also Mon. & Thurs. 7-10 Florida room, enclosed porch, pump & well, for Johnny Lee

Gourmet Party Foods Thurs. grass, fenced patio, awning windows, air conditioner
(Jan.10)) stove, refrigerator. Price only $10.000. Real Estate
Low down payment and reasonable monthly payments.NO .

CBS on large landscaped lot,
Flat work feeders and folders. Night work. fruit trees, fenced, tile roof, Fla room, built-in
5 to 9 p.m. Excellentwages. Production stove, refrigerator, awnings, (jalousie windows, 54th St. aiai
p.m. wall to wall
carpeting, 2
and well
carport pumps
bonus. Apply anytime. phone calls please.See for grounds. Beautifully furnished. Price only 1

Mr. Findley, National Linen Service, $15,000, reasonable down payment and $125 mo. 7589921MERRY
1950 NW 1st Avenue. pays everything. Must see to appreciate
Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, rear porch, terrazzo FHA 1919 NW 91st Street
floors, sprinkler system with pump and well, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, nice area. $10,500, $500
,jalousie windows, gas heat, appliances. FHA down. Move right in.Income.
MALE HELP WANTED price $14,500, $450 down and $97.01 month. * *

Laundry help, loaders, pullers, extractor
SELLER Property
operators. Night work. 5 p.m. 'to 9 p.m. Excellent PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 2 Stores
Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, (jalousie windows,
wages.Production Apply
any- terrazzo floors, large fenced yard, wall to wall 1 Apartment
time.'. o phone calls please. See Mr. Findley, carpeting, gas heat. This well kept home is a bar $12,000, $1,500 down, $75 per month I

National Linen Service, 1950 NW 1st Avenue. gain at $14,500 FHA, $450 down and97.01 mo. Gross income $200 per month


Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. 'Tremendous * *

screened-in 'patio, 1 15x30.swimming pool,""newly Brand New Homes For Sale

INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS landscaped 75x125 grounds, sprinkler system; 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, $15,900, $1,500 I
fenced, wall to wall carpeting, beautiful' drapes down. $130 per month. Call today for appointment.
FACTORY BRANCH and,corriices., ,- decorated bar. Oil heat, sidewalks,
city sewer. Must be seen! FHA price $19,500,
9rbinr RAfi RANdC--- idCA r Aant--- IYCAiR rICA [iir
JOB OPPORTUNITIES $900 down and $128.42 month. Must be seen! .

5 BODY SHOP MEN Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large, beautifully King Realty Inc. of Miami
2 PARTS MEN landscaped, fenced corner, 15x25 swimming pool, ,
double size carport, awnings, awning windows, "Klng Size BUY'"REAL TORS 8000 NW 7th
ALL REQUIRE AT LEAST 2 runs EXPERIENCE. sprinkler system, central heat and air conditioning -'. DADE(ISOUR COUNT"? iTT MMI . Ave
wall to wall carpeting. FHA $19,500, $900 KINGDOM
fUll COMPANY IEXEFITS: VlMTIOrtRCTIREKnT, ETC. down and $128.42 month. Outstanding beauty.

Outstanding bedroom, 2 bath home with every- 692881
550 ".W. 6th AYE. 379-9511 thing. Screened in 33x16 swimming pool 44x12
Ail Equal' Opportunity Employs covered patio, beautifully landscaped, fenced In.
grounds, bullt-in kitchen, dishwasher, central
heat, awnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc.
tlsmtT atAAatAxaA R76mtlEmt7tiaetA [------- FHA price $23,500, $1,700 down'and $150.52 mo.

I MIDWEST REALTY Modern duplex at 6345 N.Miami Ave. Florida room,

5 5499 NW 27th Avenue tile roof, gas heat, air conditioners, furniture, ap- 795 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

I NE 5-8035 NE 3-2834 pliances, FHA price $16,500$600 down, $113.93mo. Gorgeous corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage,
Rent one side and live in the other rent free double
I WE HAVE MANY, MANY HOUSES FOR SALE -- carport, FHA. $1,000 down, $600 dp vets.
SELLER CLOSING costs Sprinklers, well and pump.
I CBS, 3 bedroom, 1 bath. Well kept partly fur-
I nished. FHA $400 down. Most beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Large 9800 NW 19 AVENUE

I * landscaped fenced grounds with sprinkler Zoned for nursery or home. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
system, screened-4n tropical patio, 2 car double wall
carport carport, to wall carpeting, well,
I Nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath, frame. Closed jalou- very large modern built-in kitchen, garbage disposal pump and sprinklers, utility, FHA $800 down,
I sie porch and carport. FHA $350 down.I large vanity type batlir,,oms, gas heat, olr vets $500. .....
* conditioning, wall to wall carpeting, lovely *** NO *. *
drapes, sliding door'to patio. FHA price $19,500,
I CBS,4 bedroom 2 bath corner property, FHA.
I $900 downond128.42 month, ,' ,,',;. 1050 NW 91 STREET
.. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, utility room, only
r aarrarrataar -
-- rtsmr- aarmr
-nrasmrrarca adt WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES $111 month for this bargain.
INCOME SPECIALSNO DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY Beautiful 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting,
QUALIFYING ) central heat, Fla room, built-in range and oven, filii.
LARGE DUPLEX TRY $2,000 DOWN I month garage, awnings, well, pump and sprinklers. $102
3 bedroom apt. on 1 side. pays
2 bedroom apt. on other side. 1811 NW 93rd TERRACE

Modern, like new. REALTYBROKER 2 bedroom, stove-refrigerator, well and pump,
MUST QUALIFY fenced. Low down payment.
The very best buy we know of at ( AVE
Especially well-built building in a very ( . 4932 NW 7tfc AVI. ';. ;. Restaurant equipment already in.Call us for terms
nice, quiet neighborhood. Will rent with option to buy.

2 bedroom apt. for owner. Can be convertedto f PL 9-437, : ; OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
four units.Aircondition.d.
built-in oven and other 1 ',CAROL CITY SWrtWG. 'CENTER t HOMES FOR AS LITTLE A3 $100 DOWN

luxury features. ( We specialize In homes for persons being displaced -
iStJITE' 624-3666
PAN-AM REALTY, Realtor ( 208 't In Urban Renewal area,' Miami Housing
'749 S. W. 8th STREET PH: ? -?" t> Open, Evenings Sundays Projects. Veterans call to see If you qualify
( ;
.- 1" . ,' ', _. -"4 Yn'" only a phonecall away.
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