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Publication Date: December 27, 1968
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Gets, Out for Christmas


Mubammed All (or" Cassius I prisoners to the Muslim

Clay It"you like) completedse practice of not eating pork., TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS ..
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a ten day jail term
Monday and was released from All got 40 cents for h t sweek's Vol. 46, No. 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1968 ;
work in the kitchen and .
the county Jail along with 52
the standard $3.00 given all

Judges'other.prisoners annual Christmas in the Metro amnesty released portation.prisoners Of course for All trans-left 3 Youths Die hi Crash ;1

the Jail in a Cadillac Limou- .
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Ali's pretty wife was on hand sine.The The deaths Friday of three miles per hour, failed to makea locks
for coming out party"and jail term for driving young men in a hlgh-speed collision curve and telescoped into a
the c h a nip looked no worse with a suspended license herein with a utility pole pushed pole at NW 143rd St. and 24th A fourth occupant of the I
from his short incarceration'' May 1967--should serve as Dade's traffic death to 293. Ave in Opa-locka. automobile, Lonnie Scott 21,
a good public relations for the The dead were: of 1940 Washington,Opa- i)
At a conference in Unconfirmed reports on the locka, survived the crash with a
press Mu- champ who opens the first ofa Joseph Howard, 21, of 2105
n i c i p a 1 Judge Henry Arring- national chain of hamburger accident said the youths were Washington Ave. Opa-locka only minor injuries. He was
drag racing and the other treated and released at Park- ,
ton's off ice,All told the press stands here on Saturday. The the driver of the car. :,.
that his stay was not a bad one. franchise, called Champ- vehicle failed to stop. Bobby Lee Howard 19, his way Generall1ospital.

In fact be said he had con- burger, will open at NW 62nd The latest deaths came whenan brother same address. The brothers died at the
verted two black and one white MUHAMMED Street and 17th Avenue automobile, which police Jimmy Lee Baker 29, of scene of the,accident. Baker
estimated was traveling 80 2132 All Baba Ave., Opa- died at Parkway General. ""

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Policemen' Charged Jackson Coed Admits Killing CkissmateBlanche I



Who Killed Three Patricia Ward '. ,'" ----, --,---:.--',I Ir were arguring over a ball-point fense in the slaying. '
when the shooting A
charged with shooting class pen WITNESS Roselee Hurt,
mate to death last January r occurred. 18testifiedthatshegavea "'
changed her plea of innocent of I With Blanche in court Mon- razor b 1 a d e to the victim before -
S. C. State Students first degree murder to guilty day were her parents, Mr and the fatal shooting however
of manslaughter in Circuit 1 1u Mrs. James Ward of 1371 NW Roselee said she never saw the
Court Monday. 60th Street. single-ed blade in Linda's !
1IINGTON-The without returning an indIct- Judge Harold Vann ordereda At a preliminary hearing hand during the argument.
Department of Justice said it ment. pre-sentence investigation i before Juvenile Court JudgeS Judge Weaver bound

has charged nine members of The pat r 0 I m e D were,, for the 17-year-old girl but i d n e y Weaver Public Blanche, who was 16 at the time I
the South Carolina Highway charged by the Justice Department did not s etthedatefor Defenders Tom Petersen had of the s boo tin g, over to, ,
Patrol with shooting into a with violating a sectionof 8)ltenCfng. u wr Introduced a claim of self de- Criminal

group of persons to impose the law which makes it a SHE IS charged in the deathof
t summary punishment, killing federal offense for anyone, Linda Lipscomb,of 2255
some and wounding others. acting under color of law, to NW 48th St., who was shot and Irene Straughter
The department filed an information subject anyone to deprivationof killed during an argument at Court.'V\ I
against the officersin federally protected rights. Jackson High School on Jan. :
U. S. District Court in 30, 1968. The girls reportedly BLANCHE WARD Educator
Columbia, S.C.It The maximum. penalty for '
alleged that the defendants each defendant upon convic-
acting to Impose summary tion, would be one year in prison A great lady outstanding ; If
punishment willfully and a $1,000 fine. 22 All-Black Dude educator and civic worker
fired into a group on the cam The Informationwhich Say passed from the scene with the .
pus of South Carolina State was filed said the patrolmen death of Mrs. Irene, Roberts v i ;

College in Orangeburg. last acted under,the color' Straughter on last Friday'at I
FebSs: : vr.-v "" "" of the laws of South CaroUnain Schools Not Affected her'residence after an Illnessof 4 )
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THREE "STUDENTS were violation:of citizens' con three months;,A native of dy

killed and 27 wounded during a stitutional right not to be deprived Key West Florida the young-
disturbance on the campus of of life or liberty with- est daughter of James D. ,. ,
the predominantly Negro out due process of law. By Court Ruling Roberts Sr. and Elizabeth
school The patrolmen have been Salineer Roberts she began '

On Nov. 7, a federal grand summoned to appear Jan 20 in School Board Attorney "The Dade board has a her distinguished careerin :- .'
Jury in Columbia concluded an federal court for arraignmentthe George Bolles has said he policy of Integration. It has Monroe County. Yi v
of State YrI' ; :.
investigation of the matter A graduate Virginia
department said. :
does not
believe a New Orleans integrated school faculties College, she also held an MS : il
federal court ruling on inte- throughout the county.It began from New York University "{( !{ .
gration applies to the Dade integrating student bodies where she studied under Nila
vij. school system. several years ago- Banton Smith authority in the IRENE STRAUGHTER
The court ruled on part "We do have a long way to
field ofr eading. Postgraduate Mrs. Straughter served ab
"There are still many all.N e- go," he said, "but we started work was done at the University administrator as well as
schools in this all moving early and have
gro circuit pro-
of Chicago,Universityof classroom teacher having
of which are put on notice that ceeded with desegregationplans. Columbia.
Cincinnati and at Con't. on page 15
S p+Msk they must be integrated or ."
abandoned by the commencement -
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of the next school year."
The United States Court of

Appeals for the Fifth Circuit,
f which includes Florida,issued .
the ruling in a Georgia case.

There are 22 all-Negro (.
schools among the 215 public :
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schools in Dade County. t : s, ,

"We have a different set of k i '
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facts in these school systemsThe rs 4 4 I
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i ruling was issued as {

combined ruling on 46 cases, (
x r t and "all these school systemshad 4 ,tl
freedom of choice plans'' h :+ _ _
Bolles said. ; '4 ; .. '
"The Dade School Board hat: II
not surrendered the duty of pu (4 / I
pil assignment to parents" h 44 ,
said. The court did not eve
strike down freedom o (!
choice plans for desegrega.
tion "if the plans are effec. : .4 ,It,
tive," Bolles said, although 1
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ruled free choice
a plan is un
constitutional unless it doe: /
lead to school desegregationHe
I AFTER FIFTY YEARS said in some of the 41

cases "the races were completely .
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Reverend and Mrs. C.R. perform the ceremony.Another commingled residen-
Townsel will repeat their will sing "0 Promise tially througout the district Christmas at Variety Children's Hospital turned out to be a happy time

marital vows after fifty yearsof Me" the ladies of the family there was not a separate Ne- for Stephanie Charles of 17420 NW 47th Ct., Carol City, Fla., who receiveda A
peaceful living. The rites will serve as matron of hon- gro community." In addition surprise visit from members of the Beta Sigma Phi Service Sorority. "

will be said again on Sunday, or, bridesmaid, etc. he said, all of the school dis- The Miami Kappa Gamma Chapter brought several large cartons of toys
Dec. 29, 1:30 at the Mt. Zion tricts were fairly small.
for bedridden youngsters to remind them all that they were not forgotten at
Baptist Church, NW Third A reception will be held at "The differences are obvious
Ave and Ninth Street. Jollivette Plaza. The family ," Bolles said. "Dade Christmas time. a

The family is composed of extends a cordial Invitation to County has many schools. Shown (L-Rt clockwise): Mrs. Robert Franks, Mrs. Michael Martin, Mrs. '

a long list of children who have friends and to the public to be Twenty-two still are all black, Richard Helmer, Mrs. William Cooper, Mr. William Cooper, Mrs. Robert Wad- .".-.
made good In the world. One with them on this memorableday. but they are in the completely "
dle Service Chairman Mrs. Richard Sal :
son. a minister from Oblo.wUl black neighborhoods. ; ; arnone, Mrs. Joseph Zibelli. ,

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I Black' Vets Compete for Martin Luthern..m.1 fj fji I II ,I



4f iv Nei, I i King fellowship I I IO


.; Black veterans of military afford a reasonable alter- sentatives of the black insti- ley. They are studying in such

service who plan careers of native to Immediate employ- tutions and community groups diverse fields as art. educa-
service to the nation and to ment. Graduate and professional have received warmly the tion, law, an d\%psychology ,
x their communities are eligibleto schools will be ask- Ideas embodied In the King and community o;
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compete for 50 new Martin ed to provide free tuition. program." ganlzation. ,
Luther King Jr. Fellowshipsfor Although women are eligi-
continuing graduate and ble, thefellowships are intended Fifteen King Fellows are Requests for apPliCations"I I
professional school study. primarily for men un- currently enrolled in institu- should be addressed to Ray- s

Hans Rosenhaupt, nationaldirector der 30 who have recently com- tions ranging from Harvard mon d Richardson, director,
of the Woodrow Wil- pleted or will soon complete Martin Luther King Jr. Fel-
t
to Northwestern
University -
son National Fellowship Foun- military service. lowships, Woodrow Wilson
dation, Princeton, N.J., which University and the Uni- National Fellowship Founda-
sponsors the program, today Richardson said, "Repre- versity of California at Ber ke- tion, Box 642, Princeton, N.J.
announced a new grant of
$350,000 from the Rocke-
flIer Foundation to supportthe

fellowships.The .

new grant marks the
beginning of a major drive to
make the King program a large
source of fellowship funds for
portion of the black commun
ity. With this latest grant the
total sum available from Roc-
kefeller Foundation grants is
Morris Godfrey Joins Coca-Cola/ $550,000.

USA's Marketing Development Raymond Richardson-

rector of the King Fellow-

DepartmentATLANTA ships, noted, "About 4,000
black servicemen who have
GEORGIA, December 10, 1968Morris
completed c o 11 e e are separated -
Godfrey, (left) has Joined the Marketing Development Depart from the military g each JOB CORPS ENLISTS SEVEN YOUNGMENThe
ment of Coca-Cola USA as a Marketing Specialist. The an-
year. We're out to build a pro last seven young men leaving for Job Corps Camps in 1968 were ad.
nouncement was made recently by Kelvin Wall, right, Market
Development manager, who Is responsible for special market- gram which will encourage the ministered the oath by Judge Walter B. Lebowitz, Public Defender for the Cityof
best of them to train them-
Ing activities on all soft drink brands of Coca-Cola USA includ- selves for positions of leadership Miami Beach. The ceremony took place in the Miami Opportunity Center,

ing Coca-Cola, Sprite, Tab, Fresca and the Fanta brand of in every sector of so- 245 S. E. First Street of the F. S. E. S.

flavors.A ciety.' The men, all from Dade County, are left to right: Daniel Hilbert, Ronald C I E
native South Carolinian is
Godfrey a graduate of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina where he earned his A.B. degree, Bryant;, Joe Denard, Cleveland Thomas, Harold Brownlee, Barry Chandler and
Martin Luther King Jr.Fel-
followed by his work at Northwestern University (Chicago) Dwight Hopkins.The .
cumulating; In the award of a M.B.A. degree. He Joined Coca- lowships may be held by any Job Corps Centers they are to be trained in are located in Kentucky,
black veteran who has a bachelor's
-
Cola In 1966 after graduation. Godfrey was named District degree and plans a Michigan, Oregon, Washington and California.
Sales Manager for Montgomery, Alabama in 1967 and subse-
quently held the same position in Greensboro, North Carolinafor career of service in such xcaaKZWMU (SMrsH&K&fi t mim__a_> M___> nCEtot aatl itlERt> tlEaR[Alt
fields as law, medicine, edu-
the Bottler Sales Southeastern
Department, Region,Coca-
cation Journalism social i
Cola USA.SCLC. ,
work, library science, the It's I
ministry and business and political ,. Easy

I Signs Landmark Housing organization.The Fill out the attached ..

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CHICAGO, DLL., Dec. 19 housing program by helping to ,! to G. L benefits, they1wi: ;, ,. first payment when
-- The Southern Christian provide poor communitieswith
Leadership Conference similar projects throughout ,u t you join our y our
(SCLC), under direction of its the nation." In the program
Club
Preside nt Dr. Ralph David S C L C staff membersand ., (Christmas.
Abernathy, has signed a con- outside experts consult EMERSON
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Director of Affiliates, and ;
Development Corporation,
formed In 19 66 to handle SCLC Rev. Albert Sampson of
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Jess Gill signed the con- Training Program, which is w

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 27, 1968 3 '



I Panther leader Pareses Nixon Did Nol Offer Young



Movement{ Including WhitesNEW Cabinet Post


YOR.t.. BliK Pan He added that the panthers he declared, adding:

Iher leader Eldridge Cleaver "advocate a process of mer- "There are certain hostile .
NEW YORK-Whitney M. "It's not a major calamity. h a v e hopes we will :see
says that his mill ant Black ger with other organizationsIn elements h the white com-
Young Jr. executive directorof Young was interviewed of the
panther Party would seek the black community," and munity that control the Mack many qualified
the Urban League, said Sun the television program Americans" in im
mergers vlth: all militant sail that the .nthers do not community -- businessmen
day he was not offered a the Press." sub-cabinet posts.
to for- regard militant as politicians and the \
groups in order carry any group gestapo
cabinet post by President elect He said Nixon had denied that
.. Young reports
too for effective and work in
ward the black revolution. revolutionary : they con-
Nixon and doubts that he would him about possible qualified Negros were :
Cleaver made the statement cooperation. Junction with the parasitical:
have taken it had he been. choices for the Cabinet by Nixon to serve in the
in an interview published in "We cm: relate to sincere class in the black community.
"I think what I'm doing is "I gave him some names" but declined because I
the current issue of Look people and sincere organiza- We need to have revolutionary -
more important to the nation said Nixon definitely did pressure from the Negro ;
Magazine. The interview was tions all the way from elec- banks and whites "
and my people, Young said. ask him to .
serve.
conducted before Cleaver fled toral politics to gueri la war- working oa both fronts. Every-
Young was mildly critical
There
his Oakland, Calif home to fare," he commented in the in- thing we're doing aim it pulling of Nixon for not naming plenty of are, Young black
terview. However Cleaver:: did fiese elements into functional qualified
escape a parole violation that -
Negro to the Cabinet but said to in
serve high positions
would land him back in Jail. not identify any specific groupof cailition machinery." 40t Bus

"There are a lot of indivi- miMants. \

duals around the country who In the Literlew, Cleaver CIA Agent; Killed Kennedy King "

are into the same revolutionary surprisingly revealed that thePantlers Fare Too

outlook the Panthers are would bclude white

into, and we feel there's a militants in their revolutionary Gay rrison Chargesrison

necessary process the black movement. "We wantto .. -
community will have to go break ground! ':r a revolu- Agents of the Central intelligence Garrison charged that, if said. "I think in his Much

through in order to become tionry movement, including Agency are "deeply Sen. Kennedy had lost the they had no other ,

Cleaver basks and whites, that can involved' in the killings of Democratic primary in Cali- Fm sure they were
united nationally, CHICAGO- The head of
said. really deal with the situation," both President Kennedy and fornia, "he'd be alive today." to have to go through Breadbasket said he

the Rev. Martin Luther King, His victory, the New Orleans assassination, but they

NAACP Files Damage Suit In New James Orleans Garrison District chargedlast Attor- district attorney said, marked not taking the chance" of asked for federal President-elect funds to set

ney him for murder because, if he becoming president. Pi."I
I week. an independent Negro

of StudentCOLUMBIA "I think all other alterna- became president, he would Garrison said "the system in Chicago.In .
from
Killing disengage U. S. forces
tives are now eliminated," he ment power involved" will a statement, the Rev.
military action in Asia. tempt to break up his Jackson called for the
said in exclusive interviewin
S. C. The in the conflict. The state an had
He said Senator Kennedy
trial prosecution by legal of an inner-city
first of a series of suits seek- NAACP rallied to the supportof the January issue of Ever- not contradicted the Warren

ing payment of$100,000 dam- the students, organizing a green Review magazine. Gar- Report on his brother's killing extra-legal methods. He authority to (parallel
he expects to be killed by compete with the bus
rison who in of
ages to the estate of three withholding of patronage cam- charged May because he felt powerless to do
CIA. "I don't want to of the Chicago Tran
last that the CIA was
young Negroes killed at paign in Orangeburg and providing year
anything about it "until he became -
gloomy but attitude is Authority.THE .
his my
investigationinto
Orangeburg last February was legal assistance.The hampering President." Garrison
simple. I don't expect to CTA raised the basic
filed In the United States Dis- decision to file the dam the president's death,also
said he had been contacted by
vive this thing (trial). to 40 cents Thursday and
trict Court here, Dec. 18, by age suits followed failure to said there is probable con- the Senator's emissaries who
don't about it.r said the increase was
m
nection" between the CIA and worry
Matthew Perry, special coun- prosecute anyone in connec-
told him Senator Kennedy un-
tax
to ahead. new Chicago's
keep pushing upon
sel of the National Associa- tion with the killings and the Sen. Robert Kennedy's murder derstood "There are
"
many
tion for the Advancement of injuries. The first suit was filed last June. In the last killing, between him and the least, they're going to population.
guns danced with." "WE URGENTLY request
they were
Garrison said the CIA likely
Colored People. on behalf of Mrs. Rether White House." Garrison said
Immediately dispatch
The students were killed, Middleton, mother of Delano used "a cover organization. he had "no doubt" Senator The New Orleans you
adviser
special Mr.
reportedly by State Highway Middleton, 17, who was killed. In the other murders,he says, Kennedy would have reopenedhis was interviewed by J. Brown, to meet, with

patrolmen, during a protest Mr. Perry said that suits on CIA agents were involved di- brother's murder case if Flammonde for the leaders representing the

demonstration behalf of the estates of the rectly. President
on the campusof he was elected president."I "Why Kennedy the bus drivers
the predominantly Negro other slain youths would be filed "There is enough data Killed."
think the fact that he(Sen. the riders of the black
available in all three cases to
South Carolina State College.The within a week.Personal In-
Kennedy) was killed so quickly The Evergreen Review who are exploring
that
state
State Highway Departmentis Jury suits are in preparation for as a probability
indicates that there's no monthly publication possibilities of withdraw-
the defendant in the suit. 18 students who sustained injuries they were all accomplished by
Some 30 others were injured during the conflict. the same force and that they question in the mind of the politics, literature, and from the CTA to form a

\\ were all . intelligence. as- cabal element of the CIA"that arts. It is published in a II e 1 or indpendent bus

sassinations." he would reopen the case,Gar- York city at 80 University e," the letter stated.
t
I NAACP Annual Meeting Asked by author Paris

Flammonde if U. S. Intelligence


I Set For January 13 sible, operatives Garrison said are,respon-"Yes, ACCOMMODATIONSAT

particularly true with regardto FOR THE FINEST HOUSING

the assassination of Presi-
NEW YORK. Executive The results of the electionof MODERATE RATES-CALL
dent Kennedy and Martin
Director Roy Wilkins will report members of the board of
Luther King. I think all other
to the annual meeting of directors will also be an-
alternatives are now eliminat
BONDED
the National Association for nounced at the annual meet-
ed. These . are clearly assassinations -
the Advancement of Colored
ing.The in which the CIA t"
People on the "State of the meeting will be preceded .
Is Involved.
NAACP" at the Park Shera- the night before by the an- deeply RENTAL a jI
"This does not necessarilymean
ton Hotel here, Monday morning nual fellowship dinner to be I?
that the command came _
Jan. 13. held at the New York Hilton I
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down from the top, but it does
Mr. Wilkins will report on Hotel. The dinner and the ; 'F--" I
mean that at least a major AGENCYr
the various activities of the meeting are attended by
component of the CIA Is now in .
NAACP leaders and .
repre- the business of II
Association 1968 exterminatingany
during .J
sentatives from all sections of .
national leaders who are -
carriedout
covering programs
the country. INC. .\ ..,
by the several NAACP departments opposed to the perpetuation of

significant the Cold War, as well as to our .

achievements membershipand SUPPORT adventures in Asia.And IthinkIt
o = THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
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income figures, and high- will continue," Garrison o yr ,

lights of branch actions. He YOUR said.Asked N.MANAGEMENT, __ AGENCYIN THE SOUTH, OPERATING

will also indicate major pro- if he believed a con- IN DADE AND BRO lARD COUNTIES

grams and activities for the YMCA nection existed between the

year 1969. killings of King and President A. fleet of cars and. collectors give door to door service for

Kennedy, Garrison said he had tenants convenience
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A L :I. Black Vets, Cora p e to For /Martin; Luther I I



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ru ,s a' ,> ;: afford reasonable- alter- sentatives of the black insti- ley. They are studying in such
Black veterans of military a
and community groups diverse fields as att. educa-
service who plan careers of native to immediate employ- tutions
warmly the tion, law, an d\jsy-
servlco to the nation and to ment. Graduate and pro- have received
r I II their communities eligibleto fessional schools will be ask- ideas embodied in the King c h o log y and community oar
ganization.
compete for 50 new Martin ed to provide free tuition. program.
:' Luther King Jr. Fellowshipsfor Although women are eligi-
: : continuing graduate and ble, thefellowships are intended Fifteen King Fellows are should Requests be addressed for applications to
Raymond -
professional school study. primarily for men under currently enrolled in institu-
Richardson director
Hans Rosenhaupt, national 30 who have recently com- tions ranging from Harvard ,
Martin Luther King Jr. Fel-
director the Woodrow Wil- pleted or will soon complete to Northwestern -
University
lowships, Woodrow Wilson
son National Fellowship Foun- military service.
I'i' : University and the University National Fellowship Founda-
dation, Princeton, N.J., which
I- ; : sponsors the program, today Richardson said, "Repre California at Berke- tion, Box 642, Princeton, N.J.

: f announced a new grant of
$350,000 from the Rocke- t
filer Foundation to supportthe

: fellowships.The .


__: U; new grant marks the
beginning of a major drive to
[
: make the King program a large
iiasc source of fellowship funds for

portion of the black commun-
ity. With this latest grant the
total sum available from Roc-
kefeller Foundation grants is

Morris Godfrey Joins Coca-Cola/ $550,000.

USA's Marketing Development Raymond Richardson-

rector of the King Fellow-

DepartmentATLANTA ships, noted, "About 4,000
black servicemen who have .
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GEORGIA, December 10, 1968Morris completed c o 11 e g e are separated CORPS ENLISTS SEVEN YOUNG MEN
left has Joined the Development Department JOB
Godfrey, ( ) Marketing from the military each
of Coca-Cola USA as a Marketing Specialist. The announcement build last for Job in 1968 ad
year. We're out to a pro The seven young men leaving Corps Camps were
was made recently by Kelvin Wall, right, Market gram which will encourage the ministered the oath by Judge Walter B. lebowitz, Public Defender for the Cityof
Is for marketIng
who
Development manager, responsible special -
best of them to train them-
activities on all soft drink brands Coca-Cola USA includ- of leader- Miami Beach. The ceremony took place in the Miami Opportunity Center,
selves for positions
ing Coca-Cola, Sprite, Tab, Fresca and the Fanta brand of ship in every sector of so- 245 S. E. First Street of the F. S. E. S.

flavors. ciety.' The men, all from Dade County, are left to right: Daniel Hilbert, Ronald
A native South Carolinian, Godfrey Is a graduate of the Uni- Bryant, Joe Denard, Cleveland Thomas, Harold Brownlee, Barry Chandler and
versity of North Carolina where he earned his A.B. degree, '
Martin Luther King Jr.Fel- Dwight Hopkins.The .
followed by his work at Northwestern University (Chicago)
cumulating; in the award of a M.B.A. degree. He joined Coca- lowships may be held by any Job Corps Centers they are to be trained in are located in Kentucky,
black veteran who has a bachelor's -
Cola In 1966 after graduation. Godfrey was named District degree and plans a Michigan, Oregon, Washington and California.
Sales for Alabama in 1967 and subse-
Manager Montgomery
career of service in such w.m >_i bmt MC7Dati1/Eilalc] >MMM--) > > C> CEiIR7 lat--"' Kl-
quently held the same position In Greensboro, North Carolinafor
fields as law, medicine, education -
the Bottler Sales Department, Southeastern Region,Coca-
Journalism, social .
Cola USA.SCLC.
,work, library science, the It's EasyFill
ministry and business and political -

I Signs Landmark Housing organization.The out the attached

fellowships may be held application card and ". lit.
Development Pact for two years. By offering a present it with your Startfirst
candidate $270 a month in ad-
CHICAGO, ILL., Dec. 19Tie housing program by helping to dition to G. L benefits, theyTELEVISION # payment when
-- Southern Christian provide poor communities
join our
Leadership Conference with similar projects throughout fflYwSfe& I you y our

(SCLC), under direction of its the nation." In the pro- Preside nt Dr. Ralph David gram, S C L C staff membersand ,

Abernathy, has signed a con- outside experts consult
tract for the rehabilitation of local community sponsors on CAhi&lmaL
24 housing units of three,four how to fund and implement
and five-bedrooms here. various housing opportunitiesfor

The agreement for the$327, the poor. Illrr 4 I- CItL6d1'
000 federally financed projectwas
signed by the Regional Of- SCLC was represented at
,
the Chicago contract-signing
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fice of the Federal Housing
Authority and the Freedom by Rev. T.Y. Rogers, Jr., I TODAYJoin
Director of Affiliates and
,
Development Corporation,
Rev. Albert of 8888
formed in ID 66 to handle SCLC Sampson classes NOW
SCLC's Ministers Leadership one of these
housing programS in ChicagoMr. ,
which is zpJ
Training Program,
Jess Gill signed the con-
tracts for the Corporation.As operating in 15 major cities. 9 O. week totals. .? 23.00

the announcement was Similar projects already are 9 1.00. week totals. ., SO.OO
made in this week Dr. being developed by SCLC and
Chicago
,
ministers in Philadelphia 9 2.00. week total*. .. 100.00
,
Abernathy said in Atlanta;
"SCLC is the only national Baltimore and Memphis. 9 3.00. week totals. .. 230.00

civil rights organization SCLC's first housing pro- MODEL 11P50A WITH 910.00 a week totals. .. 300.00
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Panther leader Forsees Nixon Did Not Offer Young


Movement Whites

Including- Cabinet Post

NEW YORx BliK Pia He added that tie Panthers he declared, adding:
.
(lher leader Eldridge Cleaver "advocate a process of mer- "There are certain hostile I
says that his tiitlant Black ger with other organizationsin elements t h the white com NEW YORK-Whitney M. "It's not a major have hopes we will :see
Panther Party would seek the black community," and munity that control the Mark Young Jr. executive directorof Young was interviewed of the many qualified
mergers with all militant sail that the Furthers do not community -- businessmen the Urban League,said Sun the television program" Americans" in Im-
day he was not offered the "
a. Press.
groups in order to carry for- regard any militant group as politicians and the gestapo sub-cabinet posts. \
ward the black revolution. too revolutionary for effective .,- and they work in con- cabinet post by President elect He said Nixon had Young denied reports that '
Cleaver made the statementin cooperation Junction with the parasitical Nixon and doubts that he would him about possible qualified Negros were :
"We relate to sincere have taken it had he been. choices for the Cabinet by Nixon to serve in the
an interview published in cm: class in the black community. :
"I think what rm doing is "I gave him some names" but declined because I
the current issue of Look people and sincere organiza- We need to Live revolutionary -
Magazine. The interview was tions all the way from elec- bucks and whites more important to the nation said Nixon definitely did pressure from the Negro J
conducted before Cleaver fled toral politics to gueri la war- working on both fronts. Every- and my people," Young said. ask him to serve. .

his Oakland, Calif home to fare," he commented in the in- thing we're doing aims at pulling Young was mildly criticalof There are, Young !
escape a parole violation that terview. However,Cleaver did tiese elements into func- Nixon for not naming a plenty of qualified black
would land him back in jail not identify any specific groupof tional coalition machinery." Negro to the Cabinet but said to serve in high positions 40C Bus r i

"There are a lot of indivi- miLtants.

duals around the country who In the 1.1terview, Cleaver CIA Agent*5 Killed Kennedy
are into the same revolutionary surprisingly' revealed that the King, ':
Fare Too
outlook the Panthers are P.tnt'iers, would include white

into, and we feel there'sa militants in their revolutionary Ga,rrison CharGes

necessary process the black : movement "We wantto WI
community: will have to !go break ground ':r a revolution Agents of the Central Intelligence Garrison charged that, if rison said. "I think in his /Much

through in order to become ry movement, in-hiding Agency are "deeply Sen. Kennedy had lost the they had no other .
united nationally," Cleaver bliks and whites, that can involved' in the killings of Democratic primary in Cali- Fm sure they were CHICAGO-
The head of
said. really deal with the siCuation," both President Kennedy and fornia, "he'd be alive today." to have to go through
Breadbasket said
the Rev Martin Luther King he
His victory, the New Orleans assassination, but they

NAACP Files Damage Suit In ney New James Orleans Garrison District chargedlast Attor- district attorney said, marked not taking the chance" of asked for federal President-elect funds to set
him for murder because, if he becoming president. Pi."I
I week. an independent Negro
of StudentCOLUMBIA "I think all other alterna- became president, he would Garrison said "the system in Chicago.In .
Killing disengage U. S. forces from
tives are now eliminated," he action in Asia. ment power involved" will a statement, the Rev.
said in an exclusive interviewin military tempt to break up his Jackson called for the
S. C. The In the conflict. The state He saidSenator Kennedy had
first of a series of suits seek- NAACP rallied to the supportof the January issue of Ever- not contradicted the Warren trial prosecution by legal of an inner-city

ing payment of $100,000 dam- the students, organizing a green Review magazine. Gar- Report on his brother's killing extra-legal methods. He authority to I parallel
ages to the estate of three withholding of patronage cam rison, who charged in May of because he felt less to do he expects to be killed by compete with the bus
power
last that the CIA was CIA. "I don't want to of the Chicago Tran
young Negroes killed at paign in Orangeburg and pro- year anything about it "until he be-
last hampering his investigationinto gloomy but my attitude is Authority.
Orangeburg February was viding legal assistance. Garrison
filed in the United States Dis- The decision to file the dam- the president's death,also said came he President.had been contacted by simple. I don't expect to THE CTA raised the basic
trict Court here, Dec. 18, by age suits followed failure to said there is "a probable con- the Senator's emissaries who vive this thing (trial), to 40 cents Thursday and
Matthew Perry, special coun- prosecute anyone in connec- nection" between the CIA and don't worry about it,I'm said the increase was
told him Senator Kennedy understood
sel of the National Associa- tion with the killings and the Sen. Robert Kennedy's murder to keep pushing ahead. new tax upon Chicago's
tion for the Advancement of injuries. The first suit was filed last June. In the last killing, between, "There him are and many the least, they're going to population."

Colored People. on behalf of Mrs. Rether Garrison said, the CIA likely guns White House." Garrison said they were danced with." "WE URGENTLY request
The students killed Middleton used "a cover organization." you immediately dispatch
were mother of Delano he had "no doubt" Senator The New Orleans
reportedly by State Highway Middleton, 17, who was killed. In the other murders,he says, Kennedy would have reopenedhis was interviewed by special adviser, Mr.
J. Brown to meet with
patrolmen, during a protest Mr. Perry said that suits on CIA agents were involved directly brother's murder case if Flammonde for the leaders the

demonstration on the campusof behalf of the estates of the he was elected president."I "Why President Kennedy the representing bus
drivers
the "There is enough data ,
predominantly Negro other slain youths would be filed Killed.
think the fact that he(Sen. the riders of the black
South Carolina State College. within a week Personal injury available in all three cases to
The State Highway Departmentis suits are in preparation for state, as a probability, that Kennedy) was killed so quickly The Evergreen Review who are exploring
Indicates that there'sno monthly publication possibilities
of withdraw-
the defendant in the suit 18 students who sustained Injuries they wereallaccomplisbedby
Some 30 others were injured during the conflict. the same force and that they question in the mind of the politics, literature, and from the CTA to form a
\ were all . intelligence as- cabal element of the CIA" that arts. It is published in rail e 1 or ,indpendent bus
sassinations." he would reopcSsh the case,Gar- York city at 80 University e," the letter stated.

NAACP Annual'Meeting Asked by author Paris I

I Flammonde if U. S. intelli-
gence operatives are respon-

Set for January 13 sible, Garrison said, "Yes,
particularly true with regardto FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

the assassination of Presi-
NEW YORK Executive The results of the electionof MODERATE RATES-CALL
dent and Martin
Director Roy Wilkins will report members of the board of Kennedy "
to the annual meeting of directors:! will also 1 be an- Luther King. I think all other
the National Association for nounced at the annual meet- alternatives are now eliminat- BONDED .*
the Advancement of Colored ed. These . are clearly assassinations .
ing.The in which the CIA I" .
People on the "State of the meeting will be preceded r.
NAACP" at the Park Shera- the night before by the annual is deeply involved. RENTAL to N
"This does not
ton Hotel here, Monday morning fellowship dinner to be necessarilymean ,
that the command came
Jan. 13. held at the New York Hilton I
down from the top, but it does
Mr, Wilkins will report on Hotel. The dinner and the ,
the various activities of the meeting are attended by mean that at least a major AGENCY
of the is .
component CIA now in N .
NAACP leaders and
Association during 1968 repre- the business of exterminatingany ,
-
sentatives from all sections of
,I
covering programs carriedout the country. national leaders who are .- '-
by the several NAACP departments opposed to the perpetuation of

significant the Cold War, as well as to our .
achievements, membershipand SUPPORT adventures in Asia And think ;t
income figures, and high- It continue," Garrison 00 %( THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

lights of branch actions. He YOUR said. MANAGEMENT AGENCYIN THE SOUTH, OPERATING

will also indicate major programs Asked if he believed a con- IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
and activities for the YMCA nection existed between the

year 1969. killings of King and President A. fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
Kennedy, Garrison said he had tenants convenience
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 27, 1968
OFFICE OF ECONOMIC


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Office 6530 NW 15th Av.., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phonej 691.0421 by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecuUveDlrectorNational. HY} Leo Adderly'
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STANLEY I. I.SWEETING, Theatrical Editor LIFE INSURANCEThis
CHRISTMAS, 1968 is a reprint of an article that appeared earlier this
National Advertising RepresentaflveAmalgamated at this time because of the
It is being reprinted public'sgeneral
Publishers, I Inc.: Once again,Christmas is upon us; atthis time we traditionallystep year. misconceptions about life insurance;and the in.
310 Madison Avenue New York N. Y. 10017 to take stock of who many
of daily lives
back from the our
press been received
that have by this
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association quiries on the subject writer
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 we are and what we might become.It to the true from time to time. Below is a reprint of the earlier articleon
is a time for idealism; a time for rededication life insurance as it ignially appeared in a previous edition
SUBSCRIPTION RATES meaning of the season.
ONE ,YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 -.FOREIGN $6.00 will to all mankind, are of this newspaper.Life .
Brotherhood, peace on earth, good the Insurance is designed to give the insured,his family or
Entered as Second Class1: Matter August 9, 1927 at the PostOffice i the mainstays of the Christmas spirit. People throughout other beneficiary financial protection at a stated time after the
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 world will be praying for them, but the very need to pray for policy goes into effect. Usually, the designated time for pay.

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The them highlights the fact that our world has so little brotherhood ment is at the insured's death. However, under the terms of
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead peace, and goodwill. be made at other fixed
certain policies, payment may dates
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto Here in America, the Christmas season finds us amidst ,
every man regardless of his creed or color his human caught upin mutual sus- e.g., as an endowment; or for loss or eyesight and limbs. This
and legal rights. Hating no racet no man..the Negro conflict and turmoil. The races are increas- is the theory of life insurance. However, this theory does not
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men picions and misunderstandings. Society is becoming hold true particularly among certain type policies
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.Fair ingly polarized between whites and blacks, the rich and poor. always ;
almost exclusively to the
forded poor.
live in poverty ,
who
These tensions have worsened as people
There is basically two types of life insurance plans offeredto
1e! ditnrfs otebnnlt within an affluent society assert themselves,demanding an end
to intolerable living conditions and discrimination. It wouldbe the poor: Industrial "weekly premium" Life and Ordinary
Life Industrial Life is more commonly known among the low
a vital gesture of goodwill if, in this season devoted to goodwill -
of have benefited from our income community than ordinary life insurance.Traditionally,
Housing Law 1968 the majority of Americans who
the basis for the popularity of industrial insurance among
system recognize these legitimate claims for Justice.
the poor has been rooted In the fact that this has been the only
OD June 17, 1968, the U. S. Supreme Court ruled In Jonesv. The Importance of doing this, of reaching across artificial l type of insurance coverage the insurance Industry would sell
Mayer that a portion(now sec. 1982 of Title 42 of the U. S. racial, religious, and economic barriers to assert the true this class of people.

Code) of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 Is a valid and enforce- brotherhood of men, transcends seasonal significance. It is Industrial life insurance policy provisions are tailored to
able law under the 13th Amendment and prohibits racial dis- the only hope for our divided nation.It .
appeal to the poor, e.g., premiums can be paid weekly for onlya
also would restore the faith in their parents that so manyof
crimination In the sale or rental of all real property.
week and collected at
few cents a your door. However, the
our brightest and most dedicated young people have lost.
THIS LANDMARK DECISION MEANS- policyholder is not Informed that premiums on this type policyare
Above all other holidays, Christmas is for young people.
Under Federal law, every citizen has an Immediate right to Many parents see it as an excuse for an orgy of toy-buying and much higher than premiums on an ordinary life policy. Nor
buy or rent any real property offered on the market without gift-giving for their children. But love can't be bought, and is he told that the company is not doing him a favor by sending an
being subjected to discrimination because of race. respect can't be wrapped in tinsel. agent to collect premiums; because to have an agent collect

This right is enforceable by suits in Federal court for dam- At a time when young people are questioning the value the premiums personally, at the policyholder's home, is an
ages and Injunction. Actions may be brought in those state system and the morality of their parents as never before, the added expense to him. And the more frequent the agent has to
courts which will accept suits for enforcement of a federally- greatest gift they can get can't be ordered from a departmentstore march to the insured's door to make the collection, the greaterthe
guaranteed right. Because Federal laws are th supreme law or left under a Christmas tree. expense to the insured. Moreover, a popular myth about

of the land,they are superior to more limited or contrary state The greatest gift parents can give their children is to share this type coverage which is accepted as fact in certain circles,

statues. their idealism and to Join them in their commitment to social is that industrial "weekly or monthly" insurance provides
The 1866 law, unlike te housing provisions (Title VIII) of )!stice. protection to individuals with small incomes; because they

theClvil Rights Act of 1968, applies to all real property (and Far greater than any material gift is the gift of a changed cannot set aside sufficient money to pay quarterly, semi-an-

to personal property, as weU) and Is not limited by the step- parent; one who has shed the last vestiges of bigotry; who nually, or yearly premiums. This is not factual. The fact is
by-step extension of housing coverage in the 1968 law. There- understands the rightness of the search for social Justice; who that the poor pay more and get less coverage with this type

fore, the right protected by the 1866 legislation is binding on lives a Just life; who sets an example of fairness and goodwill Insurance. In addition, the face value is usually limited to
all Federal departments and agencies in any way Involved in that a child can see and respect. One Thousand Dollars.

housing or administering programs which affect the sale or The overwhelming majority of the younger generation today The following chart, taken from two different companiesrate

lease of real property.The wants demonstrations of such commitment. It has grown upamidstamuenceandplenty. schedules will be used to illustrate the important fea-
fact that the 1866 Act deals only with race in no way Merely adding to the material com- tures of both types of insurance. These policies are based on

limits the effectiveness of the 1968 Act's ban of discrimination forts they have in such abundance is meaningless to them. Instead coverage which would be afforded a 49 year old male.

based on religion or national origin.Neither does it limit they want to see their parents live according to the INDUSTRIAL POLICY: Amount of Insurance$700.00 Type20 --
the provisions brokerage services. The two laws supplementeach principles of peace, brotherhood, and goodwill to all men. payment life. Insures the lifetime of the insured but will be
other insofar as coverage is concerned. Without the visible proof of their parent's commitment to paid in full in 20 years. Yearly premium- $61.18 (Payable
When the Supreme Court upheld the 1866Act on the basis of these ideals, young people can only become still more con- weekly $1.19); Amount paid in 10 years 618.80AmountXlidin;
the 13th Amendment, it thereby established a strong founda- temptuous of the hyprocrisy of their elders who mouth the 20 years 1,223.60. When policy is fully paid; Dividends in 2
tion for the constitutionality of the housing provisions of the rhetoric of Christmas while Ignoring the relevance of the sea- years, 0.00; Dividends in 20 years, 0.00 Cash value in 2 years
Civil Rights Act of 1968 and of other Federal legislation directed son's spirit. (based on $100 death benefit) 0.00; Cash Value in 20 years

against private acts of discrimination in other areas of This Christmas is the time for parents to give their (based on $100 death benefit).

community activity, such as places of public accomodation and children the gift of parents who will Join them in their quest ORDINARY LIFE: Amount of insurance $1,000.00 Type-.-
employment -- even where interstate commerce is not involved for a better America. It is the time for parents to say they've Ordinary Life Premium payable through out life.. Yearly

got the message; that they will open their minds and their premium39.55 (Payable quarterly, semiannuallyyearlyAmount ..
In Jones v. Mayer, for the first time,.the Supreme Court hearts to what their children believe in with such passion paid in 10 years, 395.50; Amount paid in 20 years,
laid a constitutional basis for Federal action against racial 791.00; Dividends in 2 years, 3.67 Dividends in 20 years,

segregation in housing, not Just discrimination. By declaringtha 273.37; Cash value in 2 years 14.20;(based on $100 death bene-
racial discrimination which herds men into ghettos is "a fit) Cash value in 20years 478.16(based on $100 death benefit).
relic of the Court made it clear that the Federal PHIL
slavery, OSSOFERAre From the above chart the advantages of ordinary life
Government has authority under the 13th Amendment to enact - insurance "weekly premium pollcy'areapXlrent.The policy-

legislation agaist racial segregation. we ever left alone with- phets, he will be guaranteed holder who paid weekly has the advantage paying more frequently -

EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION MEANS- out the bounty of God's help, profits, including the kind he He pays more, though, and gets less, approximately
His mercyand'His grace?I believe can take with him when he Twenty Dollars
Effective implementation of the Supreme Court's decision goes more a year for a policy worth Three Hundred
He is always with us and to the next world. less. Moreover
the almost
industrial will have
,
policyholder
will information
take education and action on a
programs
that His help is ever available. I believe that while God's paid the face
massive scale. Citizens must be informed that the Court has value of the policy within the firsfl0 years, i.e.,
ruled that the constitutional right to housing is precisely the We are never alone if we believe bounty, mercy and grace have $618.80 on a $700.00 policy. And when the policy is fully paid
that His Word is
always been and always will be available in
twenty years$1,223.60 wnI have been paid for $700.00 worthof
same for Negro Americans and whites,alike.Those subjectedto
with for
"before Abrahamwas
us, to man, there are certain insurance.The .
racial discrimination in housing may sue bring such dis- I am" (John 8:56)), and times when His bounties havea
ordinary life policyholder on the other hand must make
crimination to an end. ,
. lo, I am with you always, greater potency. That is premium
information, advice, and counsel for those. concerned with even unto the end of the payments until death. However; this type policy
implementing the impact of the 1866 decision for fair housingare world." when His Holy Spirit is on affords him dividends paid from the company's surplus,which
(Matt. 2820.) earth in the form of an Abraham could be
'
available from NCDH and a number of its member agen- used to pay future premiums,left to earn interest, or
cies. Thus, we are never alone in a Moses or a Jesus.DurIng to be borrowed against. Also, the cash surrender value, i.e.,

Organizations must be supported in their efforts to aid those the world if we believe.But. . the earthly days of such a sum the policyholder may receive by surrendering the policy,
how does one find a belief in manifestation of the Holy is much higher with this
who need help with court action to secure their rights, as well type insurance.
God?I that each will Spirit, man has a greater opportunity COMPARE! SAVE!
as in the development of litigation to test the full reach of the presume THINKI
Court's decision on 1866. have to find Him on his own, to become the reci- Listen to "Legal Services Presents" on the Tom Washington -

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Black PeopleDear '{; HAVE BEEN IN ALONGTME.DB.HAMILWN

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On September 5th, there appeared a press release In SectionD r;
Page 1, of the Miami Herald, under the heading ;
Section, National Council Jewish Women to Bid on the Housing 11; WHIT PEOPLE,BUTFROHTHE }
Project." :::: OETERMINATIONOFBLAC's:'s

I must, at the outset, compliment the ladies who have offered 11 PEOPLE TO DO FOR THEMSELVES: ;;1
their sevices on behalf of the project. I know them and am 1 1I
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convinced of ther sincerity and desire to be helpful, but I
doubt the wisdom of the project for the following reasons.

(1)) Low rental housing projects would only create another .
slum area within the next few years.There are too many build f,
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ings now In existence in the colored area that were built to I '
accommodate low income families.
(2)) The Afro-American citizens reject the do-gooders' activities -
in their behalf.

(3)) The colored people, in the words Richard Nixon, want :: >II >
and are entitled to have a share in our free enterprise systemand <<
in order to participate In our industrial and economic
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life reasons., they must share in ownership for pride and economic I TEAMWORK I

I would, therefore, earnestly submit the following. S'i: SELF-HELP and rS

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(1)) To build beautiful condominium projects, the kind of attractive "' '

and spacious apartments that are being built, garden . < titi
type, for the white people, landscaped with swimming pools c
and rear parking accommodations. I I

The kind of Federal financing offered will make it possiblefor .1 tiJJ.
the more responsible, industrious Negro people to'purchase -
their apartments with a nominal down payment, providing :::: NfeCea' ::JJ.:
for a low rental.

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I would suggest that all participants In the project should be,

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plumbers, electricians, brick layers and all other help needed
people, at all,we must help them to help themselves and, above .
all, we should give them a chance to own their own living
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quarters with the hope that when they get old, their share of the I Bayard
mortgage will have been paid in full, and they will be able to l
live rent free.Sincerely # I II Q'

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Leon J. Ell By Booker T. Hayes \_ \ ...

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The Proficiency Of Blacks In

Parking In, Edison, Center Post OfficeNeeds I u.H .I Sports

i Lillian Roberts Cause, CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK

Attention Having the physical stamina and ability was only a part of
There have been a lot of strikes in New York during the past the requirements needed for blacks to survive. A more important -
t Dear Garth few years. Many of these have been public employee strikes. necessity was the ability to act submissive and diplo-
: And each time such a strike has been called (whether by trans- matic when the occasion required. Blacks have been largely
port, sanitation, hospital or welfare workers and teachers) a depicted as non-thinkers, but only those people on the outside
Having recently been awarded a Regular Clerks bid at the
job
in could have such false He has had
representative of the state or city government has denouncedthat looking a image. more
Edison Center Post Office Branch I can not help noticing a
strike as being against poor people. The reasoning goesas reason to think than any other segment of our population, because -
postal patron unjust and I appeal to and the Miami Times
you follows poor people need public transportation; they need in almost every instance the results could have meant
for some help in the matter if this is at all :
possible.The
; their garbage collected by the city, etc.,and any work stoppage the difference between living or dying.Old blacks had a methodof
-- even if it ultimately improves those services-- is againstthe judging other blacks by the way they responded to certain
situation is; no patron parking anywhere; for postal poor people who rely on them.This is divisive and dangerous situations. What we know today as "psycology" and "brain"was
patrons . reasoning.Let defined by them as "cunning." Only those "cunning"
us examine the latest strike "against the poor." Its enough to "play on" the various moods of the master were
Most post office stations and branches in our fine city do leader is Mrs. Lillian Roberts of District 50,American Fed- able to survive. Surviving was a continued lesson in humility.One .
have some sort of free parking for a postal patron. Some have eration of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO. that blacks had to master.
signs that read 15 minute She is black who has worked in behalf of the all
: parking Some have limited time a woman poor Having the physical and mental capabllites does not necessarily -
parking, some have no signs and do have a parking lot or space of her life She is now serving a thirty day sentence for leading make an outstanding athlete. The individual must havea
for a patron to park while in the office for the short time of doing a strike of mental hospital attendants.(Incidentally,this is cause, a purpose, and expect a return worthy of his com
business with the United States Post Off ice.After all these the harshest sentence given a labor leader under the Taylor plete commitment. When this is realized, as in the case of
are government buildings: and we are here to serve the public Law). most all black athletes, their abilities appear to take on the
Mrs. Roberts represents a of Negro and white work
group is
there
powers of the super-natural.Of course nothing super-
Now . Back to Edison center branch. ers who are among the working poor. A hospital attendant in natural happening, but most men will accept this explanation
I understand that the meters in front of the building did at New York State earns $90.00 a week to begin with, and after because so few are willing to be completely committed to any-
one time take pennies for parking; which was not as bad as it fifteen years service earns$120.00.The ten day strike at several thing. Rather than praise the dedication of the individual, they
is now . now they need a nickel to operate. mental hospitals was not for higher wages, however. It seek a spiritual explanation. The black athlete has caused a
was for the elementary right of workers to elect a union to and
great deal of this kind of thinking reasoning.What .
I see a postal patron jump out of the car for a book of bargain in their behalf. For years Governor Rockefeller and
stamps, or a few stamps, or to mail a parcel, or to pick up state officials have negotiated with the timid Civil Service these people don't understand is that the motivation
mail from the post office box that they maintain at this station Employees Association. And for years working conditions at behind most black men is more than just achievement. However
and in another moment they have a ticket on their car. To me our hospitals have deteriorated. Turnover among workers has the majority of our successful achievers are rated so
this is very unjust. been high as the most fortunate of them moved on to better- because they were doing something they genuinely enjoyed.
paying jobs. The less fortunate attendants have had to take on This is the case with most black athletes,aside from participating
I further understand that a clerk at this office put in a suggestion one or two extra jobs or have been forced to live just above in a sport they enjoy, they see an opportunity to rise
with the Miami office; asking that the meters be re the.poverty line if they had a family. above the crowd. In more down to earth language, they recognize -
moved. To my knowledge the city does not want to lose the District 50 struck for 10 days, and finally the Public Em- their physical ability as a means of escaping the boundsof
revenue of these; maybe four parking meters. some joke ployment Relations Board ruled that an election should take poverty. Only those of us familiar with the conditions are
Is the City of Miami so poor that it does need the money from place. Despite this, Mrs. Roberts is going to spend Christmas able to realize why the sports route has proven the most acceptable -
four or five parking meters in front of a branch post office? in jail -- away from the three children in her care. avenue of escape for a majority of our black youths.
If this be the case; why not Install parking meters in front of Was the ten day strike at mental hospitals a strike againstthe Having found a measure of enjoyment under the most adverse
all the post offices? poor? I think not. It is unfortunate that mental patients and conditions, Is there any wonder why black athletes perform so I
their families had to suffer during the strike.But attendants well while getting paid for doing what they like? :
Garth, I write you about this situation because as a clerk provide vital services for these patients; they should be well
working at this station I am interested in my job, interestedIn trained, well paid and happy In their jobs. Young blacks have come to know that through their physical
all postal patrons, this post office branch and I am sympathetic Thus, we should be applauding Mrs. Roberts in her efforts capabilities they can become national heros. They read and
to win union recognition and improved working conditions for hear of the exploits of blacks such as 0. J. Simpson, Leroy
hospital workers. She is serving a thirty-day sentence in be- Keyes, Bob Hayes, Jimmy Hines and others and immediatelythey
Imagine me serving a patron, the patron facing me, and I half of black and white workers and in behalf of the poor men- know the complete story. They know more than the news-
am looking out of the window as the police officer is writingthe tal patients. She represents the fight for economic equality, papers or the television will reveal because they are aware of
ticket. dignity and the right to organize that has been waged for more the conditions these individuals faced. The result Is going to
than one-hundred years by the labor and civil rights move- mean greater participation of blacks In sports in the future.
Another point .. Should these parking meters be used for ment in this country. U we continue to de mand perfection from our athletes, the
the full hour, (the ones in front of the office) no one could use Beyond this she joins that noble group of black women who number of blacks running across our television screens will
them for postal business any-way. have stood In the forefront of our progress-- Sojourner Truth, increase. In a number of cases it will not be because of any
Sincerely hope you can help this situation. Harriet Tubman, Mary McLeod Bethune and Rosa Parks.Her super or outstanding physical difference, but because of the
great sacrifice is as much a part of our history as of theirs. will of blacks to be somebody.Neither money or status can be ;
James E. Lucas All black people should salute Lillian Roberts. more motivating than the desire to be something. f

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I Toys To Black Community


BY CLARICE LITTLES ""' f Mrs. Edward Kreps, Presi- is black or white.
Miami Times Society Editor f dent and Mr. Mack Mansfield, We of the Carver YMCA and
Vice-President of the Terrace I know we speak for the entire

week John Adderly,Jr. made a sad journey to New Yorkto Towers Club, donated toys to black community, are most
Black Com- grateful and feel that
bury his father. the children in the we shall
Home is the graduate, Lurlean Williams who has completedher munity Saturday at the Carver "overcome" with the friendship -
and
work for a degree in Elementary Education.Her welcomewas L f> YMCA. understanding 0 f
a cocktail party at her home on Sunday, Dec. 22. The toys were gathered at a people like Mrs. Kreps, Mr.
Many is the traveler who is seeking a holiday with a foreign Chanukah Party to be given to Mansfield and the Terrace
flavor (Nassau) Thelma Adder ly is touring the Bahama Islands; : the total community."We Towers Club.
Marie Cooper, Elizabeth Jones. Connie Dillard, J. Hartman come to the Black com-
Taylor will jet to Nassau on Wednesday for a family reunion. munity because of the need. It
The Philos will meet at the home of Mrs. Marie Price, 1888 gives us great pleasure to DIVERSIFIED
NW 56th Street December 28., at 8 p.m. IZ4h share with others at this time.
PUBLIC SERVICEAND
Wilma Sharon Hepburn and James I.Sneed Jr. were married ; In the troubled world we live
Sunday in St. James A.M.E. Church.The bride is the daughterof in, we feel this communication
Mr. and Mrs. Prince E. Hepburn, 1821 N.W. 68th Terrace. between us as Jewish Peopleand NOTARY PUBLIC
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sneed, you as Black People. We *
Magnolia, Ala. After a wedding trip to Nassau, the couple will sincerely hope this will put
live in Tuskegee, Ala. other community services STANLEY SWEETING
JoAnn Smith and William H. Williams were married Satur- { groups into the spirit of sharing Public Relations
day in the Church of the Open Door. The bride, daughter of with his fellow man regardless Consultant
Mrs. M. Davis, 7401 N.W. 11th Ave and Mr. Joseph}: R. Smith, J ruF L of his faith and color, Theatrical Editor
The bridegroom son of Mrs. Lenora Williams, Los Angeles. and will give them as much joy The Miami TimesN
After a wedding trip Nassau,the couple will live in Los Angeles 4 as it did us." A 1-7203

f + t Mrs. Kreps and Mr. Mans
The Deltas' Annual Ball is Friday eveningatBayfrontAudi- field were shown around the 16351 NW 18th Place

torium. premises and were very Bunche Park

pleased with the way the pro- Opa-locka, Florida
TIME IS A GIFT FROM GODWe gram is being conducted.At .

I this time of year inpar-
stand once more on the threshold of a shining and un- ticular, it is a gratifying feel-
blemished year.. .Untouched yet the Time and Frustration un- ing to know that others care TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
clouded by Failure and Fear How will we use the days of &faljemutt AICMUIfUi enough to extend the hand of CHURCH SUNDAY
this year and the Time God has placed in our hands.. Will we friendship whether that hand
waste the minutes and squander the hours, leaving"no prints ..
behind in time's sands". ..Will we vainly complain that Life Mr. and Mrs. Morris R. University of Miami, majoring
is So Swift,that we haven't the Time to Do Good..Our days are Anderson, Sr. wish to an- in Human Relations.
too crowded, our hours are too short to do All the Good nounce the engagement of their Mr. Bentley is a graduate of
Things we should...We say we would pray if we Just had the daughter Karen Wanda to Mr. Miami-George Washington
time, and be kind to all those in need. .But we live in a world Roy W. Bentley, Jr.son of Mr. Carver High and Florida A&M
of "Planned Progress" and our national password is "Speed and Mrs. Roy W. Bentley Sr., University. He is presently a
. .God grant us the grace as another year starts to use all the of Richmond Heights. Karenis mathematics instructor
hours of our days...Not for our own selfish interests and our a graduate of Mays High, Coral Gables Sr. High School.
own willful, often-wrong ways.. .But teach us to Take Time Miami-Dade Junior Collegeand The couple plans to be mar-
for praying and to find time for Listening to You. ...So each day is presently attending the ried on December 29, at st.Peter's ilfi \ I
is spent well and wisely doing What You Most Want Us To Do. Cathedral, Miami.

By Helen Steiner Rice ---_._ ---

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From Silver Springs, Maryland come The Barnette (Helen S
Higgs) Holston and sons, Barnette n and Byron to spend the
holidays< with Pauline and Bill Johnson and son, Michael. .
Billy (Music Man) Johnson is recuperating at home after ; C \
surgery at Cedars of Leganon.

Samuel (Buddy) McCombs longtime custodian at Booker T. E / p
Washington Jr. High is a patient in Veterans' hospital. P u cfF <,

Here from Oklahoma University to spend the holidays and
celebrate their second wedding anniversary are Earle and
Gayle Symonette. They are the houseguests of his mother, > 4 xf
Mrs. Herman (Millis) Symonette.

Recent visitors to Miami were Patricia Thomas and Elizabeth Henfield of F
Nassau. ,
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Portia Bannister and Juanita Thompson have been very happy
and busy for the past three weeks. Their brother, Clifton Jordan MRS. EDNA MA PP our Christian friends and
well
wishers The
and his wife, Julia came down from Washington, D.C. and ; Women's
their Foster brother, Dr. Brady Cooper and wife, Eunice District Grand Most Noble Department of Eastern
Jetted in from Atlanta to relax and share in the activities. Governor of the Household of Florida Churches of God in
Clifton and Brady played golf while the girls did some Ruth of Florida Grand United Christ, send greetings. May
shopping.By Order of Odd Fellows extend the joy and peace of Christ-
New Years greetings to the mas be with you throughout c'h'
the way If your are out near the Roosevelt Office of Household of Ruth and Odd the coming year.
First Federal Savings and Loan Association a look at their Fellows and to her many
Christmas display. Holmes Elementary pupils did their win friends and love ones. Happy Gussie Gamble
dows and the inside lobby is just beautiful. New Year. State Supervisor

Lois and Robert Jordan moved into their new home on '!57th Grab a bag and go.

Street, and are they happy? First time home owners. -------- ---- s1YlEC 8Y This thorough
4 of
Congratulations. threesome
R Orion Acrylic
Dorothy Henderson and Alsada Speight of Philadelphia are The
Hats
Top ticket
home to spend the holidays with relatives and friends. I 1 writes your
d'ri. z; for dippy days
Many college students are home for the holidays. A few of I PRESENT A : and knitty nights.
them are; Lawrence Crawford, FAMU; Deborah Everette, Gil- | Choose from
liam Black, Tenn, State.; Byron Johnson, Howard;J.Hartman bright, light
Taylor Jr., Creighton University; Linda Kelly, Brenda Jones, I NEW YEAR'S EVE \ colors of gold,
Particia Austin, Irene Adderly, Jackie Butler, Regina Cooper, blue or peach.
Sharon Reddick Hampton; Paula Maria Wyche, Fla. State;
Sizes
Rachael Reeves, Bennett; John Marks is home for the holidays I GALA DANCE & SHOW [ $26. 5 up.i' .
and Is quite busy showing the scenic spots of Miami to his
h 0 use que s t, Hansel Tookes n, Tallahassee and Kenneth
Holmes, Melbourne. I WITH A 17 1 PIECE BAND I

Fay Williams of Chicago is visiting her mother. Opal G. .
King and other relatives. Charmaine Smith of Atlanta is also i I
enjoying a tropical holiday. ,I Tuesday, December 31, 1968 I

Russ Jollivette is all smiles. His fiancee, Lynda Marie and I i IOP.M.UNTIL2A.M. I '
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Perry of Washington, D.C. i ?
will be spending the holidays in Miami. I I

Get well wishes to Mrs. Ada Rolle; Marie Roberts at North I Police Benevolent HallI
Shore; Mrs Ola Carter who is at
recuperating home Otha Mae
Eaford at home.Houseguesting. I 4343 NW 17th Avenue Miami I ... OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9

with Blanche Dean are Mrs. Nannie Bryant.'i Free noisemakers and favors I
and Laura Hammonds of Tarboro. North Carolina. i I Packages permitted '. I
i
From Kingston, Jamaica is Maude Grahafn who is the house-I i i For Reservations Call 696.8749 it
guest of Mary Lou Nixon. 'I Between 6 and 8 p.m. W L RY'S t& iooc a .
Advance Admission
Mr. Cleveland Stewart of Nassau is vacationing in Miami. i $2.50 Door $3.00 i
May I thank each of you who so f a i t h f ully called in news tII Tickets available at Soul City Sounds, Johnny's Re.
items to me in 1968. lam deeply and sincerely grateful. I I( cords and Sportsman's Barb.r shop. R LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE' !
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A The Jobmobile, an experimental -
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on wheels, introduced many I I
and varied services provided J IT I
dally by the FSES to all Dade<, U
Countlans to persons who had) r
not known or used them/I
before "Placing persons on i ,
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b jobs was not the sole purposeof I I
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the Jobmobile," Harry L.,I .
Tyson, Metropolitan Area Su- \,r N I
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. pervisor, Florida State Employment -t 1
4 Jesse L. Davis of Miami new- Service said today.{I II
appointed representative of "Many Jobmobile applicants'were 'Ii I Il
"i' Interstate Life & Accident Insurance referred to our local offices -,i +
Company, has successfully for either counseling,J :'
completed the first testing 0 r other technical ser I '
part of the Company's basic vices and some placedIn
a training course in life under- ongoing Federally sponsor-I I

writing, Paul S. Lewis, CLU, ed training programs. It is..
__ agency vice president and director anticipated, he added, "thatwe I
/ of field training, has will continue to improve i
P announced. our services in the Model t
During a five-day seminar, Cities area through the newly:
held recently in the Chatta- I implemented Concentrated -.
nooga home offices of Inter- Employment Program in]
state Life, Mr. Davisbeganan addition to existing services]
intensive program of instruc- provided in the five local FSES
Little Milton after
"The King of the Blues"
tion designed to assist the new offices and in Outreach sta- To one and all, sincere
leaving the stage of the "Club" in Chicago, getsan agent in serving the Insurance tions in Liberty City,Browns
assist with his respiratory problem from the needs of his clients. Subject ville and Coconut Grove." wishes for a happy fioliday.I .

lovely Tina Choate, who was there to do a feature matter included Company Harry P. Cain, chairman of1
operations, techniques of the Dade County Community 1
length story on the man who has bridged the
salesmanship and fundamentals Relations Board added "The
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"Generation of the Blues. 1
Gap" of life insurance. Jobmobile, as an experiment, I
Founded in 1909, Interstate was very rewarding. It has 1 It
Life serves a 12-state area taught all of us how importantit I
Coretta King, Receives Marcus with more than 100 district of- is to take services to the 1 EDDIE'S DRUGS II
I fices throughout the Southeast.Mr. people. Plans are being developed :'1]1-. .

Garvey Prize For Her HusbandKINGSTON Davis is associated with to use the bus for a I. "Where Pharmacy is a Profession,
of the of "Outreach
W. L. Ragan, manager variety programs I I Not a Sideline"
Company's Miami district. in the community." !
JAMAICAIn Prize from the Prime Minister I tfR

ceremonies marked, by drama, Circus
RinglingBrothers
simplicity, grace dignity and Moving to the lectern, Mrs. i 5I I Tri-Arts Medical Building I
beauty, the Honorable Hugh L. King began her acceptances
Shearer, Prime Minister of pee c h with acknowledgements. Coming Jan. 15The j
Jamaica, p resented the Her last acknowledgement | IOOJ NW 54th Sf. I.

Marcus Gravey Prize for Hu- "And my brothers and biggest, most spectacular separate appearances is the 1 I ,
man Rights posthumously to sisters of Jamaica," brought edition of the Greatest presentation of a super-spec- ]
l rtar ac---- xcrac c--- crsansat--
sustained applause from the
Dr. Martin Luther King'Jr.C Show on Earth ever is on the tacular act, with tigers and
or e 11 a Scott King, the listeners. way! elephants, natural jungle ene- OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
martyr's courageous widow, Then in a statement that. Introducing a score of internationally mies, performing together In
accepted the Prize and citation brought the first applause of famed circus the C i r cus'.50,000. steel- BRING RESULTS
W on behalf of her late hUs- her speech, Mrs. King said: 'performers making their mesh arena. *.
$ "I feel that I must tell __ '' '_ U-.l'-'''' '''
band and "the million of you American debuts, the 1969 ec sac ac ac ar clsncY csracslac c u ac acrlar ac ac xlvac acssac at ar x ac aro
nameless, faceless indivi- that although we are deprivedof edition of Ringling Bros and
duals in the United States of Martin Luther King's Barnum & Bailey Circus will
America who have suffered physical presence, truly his open at the Miami BeachCon-
\, creatively in order that they spirit is with us tonight.He had 1 vention Hall on Wed. Jan. 15,
and their children and genera great affection for you as for 15 performances through
tions unborn might have free- people and was greatly inspired Tues. Jan. 21.
dom, justice and equality." by your motto, 'Out of Starring in this year's all 0oI
Dr. King, Founding Presi- Many, Many, One People," new production is Europe's ,
dent of the Southern Christian Mrs. King,speaking of Mar- most celebrated animal trainer !
Leadership Conference: cus Garvey,the Jamaican hero the debonair andhandsome 1
(SCLC), was chosen for the said, "Both Marcus Garveyand Gunther Gebel-Williams,
prize from among 23 personsand Martin Luther King shareda from Germany's famous Cir-
43 organizations nominated common identity, that of a cus Williams. The 150yearold -
by 51 nations and non- passion for the liberation of Williams show was pur-
governmental organizations. their people. They both cham- chased last season by Ringling
Mrs. King is an SCLC Board pioned the rights of disinherited Bros and Barnum & Bailey.
member. poor black masses." In the Circus this year,
The Prize was awarded by Gebel-Williams presents Incredible -
the Jamaican Government on TAKE VOCATIONAL feats of animal train-
Human Rights Day, December ing, featuring tigers and ele-
10, marking the highlights of TRAINING OUT OF phants. Highlighting his four

International Human Rights JUNIOR COLLEGE
Year which was proclaimedthis

the year instigation by the United of Jamaica.The Nationsat TALLAHASSEEThestate'svocational educational \. IAIR .DOESN'T.(;, ? , ;_ :_ -k J.L-7 I

ceremonies, held In the program is not reaching the ,i,. AHbRUf F?' Left to rig ht; Johnnie, Lil, Rita, Virginia, Lovenia.
hard core unemployed
in ,
Arena
7,000-seat National We sincerely
Kingston, were witnessed by a according to two Negro educa- ITCHY 'SCALP? s preciate ap.fine
your
near capacity crowd which tors. .FAlLJNG: :'HAtRUSE; ;. ' patronage
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proclaimed their love,respectand Joshua Williams of Florida ,
admiration for Mrs. King A&M University's Education .!
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through applause that began Department told members of ". , " , ,. ,' , '-,,', (4 4 1 f
before the Prime Minister the House Public Schools

completed his introduction of Committee last week that :ffS.t'S4 4
the distinguished lady and cul- vocational training programs
minated in a prolongedin should be taken out of the l'R I I

a standing ovation for Mrs. Junior college system. 1.IEF.: ,!
King after she was escortedto "The instructors are not
the platform by Senator connected with Industry," he OffryOU, f{' :
Hector Wynter. said. "The program is not motivating -
MfREY '.'PACKI'
Listening attentively as the the hard-core unem- 1
Citation was eloquently read ployed. They should be given .
by the Minister of East Queen the meat and gravy and leave A
Street Baptist Church, an off the trimmings."
inner strength, not unlike that James Hammon, admin- "" M'I ", .dt f.t't' "h.Jr', II Left to right: Mottle, Johnnie, Jessie.Earl's .
felt in Memphis on Monday, istrator of Tampa's Commis- tchdd"OI"t'lo t"Oi,.,; g!It. ,,! i
April 8, radiated from this sion on Community Relations, tct ,t .. : c>* P;. rtJruff, riebyriiUWhf
said adults who are Interest ', lp ; h qlr'A..k UiA >
brave woman who has sufferedso .
rr CI" oJr'fci..o.! t.b.qu.i ; cttc>" I Zebra Lounge
will
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nobly and quietly in the only in schooling 'or ,,,g, "t r.." :" ,:" .
months since her famed hus- allow them to find work "are
T"f..M n th SufVly Oh'y' :: 4400 NW 7th Avenue 7579220Baker's
band's assassination. ,getting a lot of classroom work $1 SO'' :";; ;\ ': \ I I'T I
Are s p 1 eden tt1gure that is not relevant." ; I tjl
elegantly attired in a white The Tampa commission : ,mpleAd'd: II Bar t ::1I
ensemble accented by s i 1 v e r trained high school dropoutsfor
and gold beads and rhine- jobs in less than three TJ1;; ,pLe; 'S15Q; I 414 NW 20th Street 373-8677 EARL EDWARDS, Prop.)1i

stones., Mrs. King graciously months by simply emphasizingbasic :; ;Rg 5 ,_, ,, zstx c_____ ____MM ws_ cxosxe ___s _aaat
he said.
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Happy New Year Ttw-+ y


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HAPPY NEW YEAR ..-

Cannonball Adderley Wins -I

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:. Best Jazz Combo Award

New Year's Eve Nile
TALLAHASSEE.- The Julian ed to the Benjamin L. Perrysin Adderley Sr., father the jazz
FREE!! HATS NOISE MAKERS, ETC. "Cannonball" Adderley the African Room of the musicians. Nat's"You,Baby"
Quintet received the Record perry's home. Dr. Perry is was presented to Mrs. perry
BAGS FULL OF MONEY GIVEN World Award for the best jazz the newly appointed presidentof by Mrs. Adderley, mother of
TO THE LUCKY TICKET HOLDERBY combo for 1968, and the gifted Florida A&M University the Adderley brothers. Kim-
saxophonist won two polls for where Adderleys attended berly, the 10 year old daughter -
POPULAR DEMAND WE ARE REPEATING OUR being the No. 1 alto saxophonist college. "Cannonball" is a o the Perrys, receivedthe
in the country."Cannonball. 1949 graduate ofFAMUandNat album"Cannonball Adder-
ORANGE BOWL CLASSIC SHOW FEATURING: ," as he Is graduated in 1953. Both ley and the Bossa Rio Sextet
commonly (known in the music brothers played in the famous with Sergio Mendes."
y world, was named the year's FAMU Marching "100."
top alto saxophonist by both "Accent on Africa" was The J. E. Adderleys Sr.are
Record World and Downbeat present to Dr. Perry by J. C. also graduates of FAMU.
magazines. His "Mercy, -
Mercy" waxing won the Gram-
my Award as the best LP Jazz Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
album for 1968. "Accent on
Africa," his latest LPalbum, 'MR. JACK"
XTTJ is third in the LP jazz poll. FOR
Nat Adderley, younger bro-
STYLES FOR ALL AGES
ther of "Cannonball," is
rapidly gaining in popularityas The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
n> a trumpet player.His"You, SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Baby" is fourth in the LP jazz ITALIAN SHOES

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I'' Private Officers Ride Buses to Halt Robbers I
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The Metro Transit Author- gram and will appreciate the reward program, for infor- board an MTA bus, at any of
ity announced that it has retained help of all Dade County citizens mation leading to 'the arrest its properties or to any of its
a prominent security ." ,and conviction of anyone com- on-duty personnel, would still I
i $ i service in an all-out effort to Butler added thatthe$250 mitting a robbery either on- be' in effect.
combat the wave of robberies
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on Its buses.In .
: :Ls making the announce- JOSE FELICI1NOPROCULHflRlM JONI MITCHELL
ment, MTA chairman Ray-
mond W. Butler, Jr., said thata
special Transit Security Division -

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come increasingly concerned I
about the safety of our Bus 1 I III.
Operators and passengers' ; 1/ I

Butler said, "and we feel this :I I
program will put a stop to the .
r increasing crime rate aboardour ,

buses." :
The Program of using security -
officers has been effective -
in other areas of the
country. In St. Louis, which THE BMJE5 TMflG ::1
has approximately 900 busesin
it fleet,robberies have been JR. UWLKER flNDMflRVlM

all but eliminated with use of
A FAMU QUEEN private security officers. rr I
Miss Rosalyn Camille Swayze, daughter of Dr. and Butler emphasized that the
Mrs. B. C. Swayze ot 2222 Lyndhurst Drive, Raleigh, hiring of plain-clothes secur- BflVE
N. C.,has been elected Miss Scabbard and Blade for the ity officers was a major stepin ' I 1I
J968-69 school year by the cadets of the ROTC unit at a continuing program which fSUJEET
Florida A&M University.Scabbard and Blade is a military will be pursued until the present HUGH QURTET
fraternity for advanced cadets.Miss Sway xe is freshman crime problem Is elimi
at FAMU and is a 1968 graduate ofLigon nated. Additional security r INSPIRATIONSFISSTlVAkX

High School/ in Raleigh.PepsiCola. procedures are under consid- r 1PRESENTS /
eration and will be effected at /
the proper time.
Announces "These officers are pro-
fessional personnel, trainedto
provide for the safety of our
1969 "People Who Pourif I employees and passengers,"
[ he said, "and will not, under THE

any circumstances, attempt to lamiAT
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On Advertising Series; apprehend a robber while he
Is still on a bus." *

pepsl-COla Company this fessions. They are shown In "For security reasons, GULT8TREPARE
week announced that its widely average workday situationsand complete details of our pro-
The 1968 Invitational Walking Catfish a The Giant Ti-Leaf Slide Hundreds
Derby
Pour are not available for
acclaimed "People Who represent many different gram release -
of Arts and Crafts Displays Meditation Grove Wandering Musicians flue
It On" series will be extended occupations; insurance, Law, but we want to emphasize ;
Meanies on Parade Things to Buy and Eat 20 Acres of Hidden Surprises in Beautiful *
into the 1969 advertising Publishing, Sales, Public Re- the fact we have entered
Gardens World's First Electronic Skydivers Stratospheric Balloons r Kaleidoscopic
schedule. The announcementwas lations, Education, Computer into an intensive security pro- Elephants
made by H. Naylor Fitz-- Education. A unique feature of
hugh, vice-president, special the series is that PepsiColais movie publicity; a Mexican- S6.00 Includes all-day admission (tickets at the door: $7.00)
markets for pepsl-Colacom- mentioned only once in the American who is General
ALL SEARS STORES, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, ALL FOUR JEFFERSON STORES,
pany. body copy and then only to Manager of a large shopping MUSIC MAKERS, Northside and Central Shopping Centers. SOUNDS OF MUSIC, Lauderhill
"Since its inception in early identify the advertisement as center in New Mexico; an and Coral Ridge Shopping Centers, Fort Lauderdale. HOUSE OF RHYTHM, Hollywood Mall.
4 1968, this series has drawn one of a series.A American-Indian woman who MELODY MUSIC, Downtown Hollywood. BOOKWORM, Miracle Mile. WORDS AND MUSIC,
) nothing but praise, not only nationwide search was teaches Indian youth in Wisconsin Cutler Ridge. HARMONY MUSIC, 163rd St. Shopping Center and Dadeland. RECORDSVILLE,
from the black community but conducted for the eight people ; a nd a Puerto Rican Hileah. SPEC'S, Palm Beach Mall. MIAMI-DADE JR. COLLEGE BOOK STORES. UNIV. OF
from advertising and civic featured in the ads.After pre educator from New York who MIAMI BOOK STORES. TONY'S SOUND SHOP, Homestead.

leaders as well"MrFitz- liminary eliminations,selected Is considered an expert on the
hugh said. semifinalists were visitedby "systems" approach to teach-
Vice President Humphrey, a Pepsi field staff,consist-
in a letter stated, "We des- ing of Joseph Corizzo, Direc- ing.The "People Who Pour It
perately need this kind of effort tor of Program Development, On" series Is a logic! exten- 6ntirnofF
from the private sector. Special Markets; and Peter sion of Pepsi-Cola Company'spast = k
I am especially pleased by the Reader, Account Executive for involvement in the Special u Z
manner in which you have link Pepsi at its agency, BBDO. Markets area. The companywas
ed your commercial advertising Once accepted, shooting dates the first to feature the now 0
with a public service mes- were arranged around the fi- popular "Natural" hairdo in

sage through 'People Who nalists' working schedule.To its advertisements and was ,,
Pour It On.' I would hope that date, the series has fea- recipient of many awards for t
this could be expanded." tured four Negroes, includinga the first "Integrated ad fea-
The ads feature various eth- woman lawyer. For 1969, turing three Little Leaguerson
nic group members who have the "People Who Pour It On" a Pepsi break. This last !
overcome innumerable handi- series will highlight the ad will be run again in 1969as
caps to gain important posi- careers of a Negro public relations well, with the youngsters in _
tions In their respective pro- man, specializing In basketball attire.
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The PTA is launching their Tenth Annual Musical Extra.

vaganza They are asking parents and interested citizens who

A TRYING EXPERIENCE can serve as a homeroom representatives and handle ticketsare

< +yH f invited to meet with the PTA executive Committee in the

On last Thursday while delivering papers on my weekly teachers work room. The meeting will be held Jan. 2, 1969.

route, I found myself In the very middle of an armed robbery The F.T.A is really together. Wednesday, December 18th

attempt. I wasn't really in the middle of It, for as a matter of members of the organization entertained a group of childrenby

fact, I was right there when the whole thing began. I'm sure giving a Xmas book review and serving refreshments to the

you all have heard of the incident at Earl's Market on the cor- Kiddies. Their Christmas-Donate-ProJect was very

ner of 22nd Avenue and 79th Street through some form of me- successful. The' toys were distributed to unfortunate kids

dia. Anyway, rd taken care of my business and was on my way in time for Santa to arrive.

out of the store when Icuriously turned in the direction of a ( Varsity team will participate in the North Miami invitational

youth, smaller than myself,who was demanding in a loud voice Tournament on 26th of December. Their first opponents will
"Give it to me all." He could not have been any older than I (
be Carol City.
H
and was dressed casually in a trench coat, matching hat and "It Happened In Toyland-a ballet with liberetta and choreography
dark rimmed glasses. A hoax, It seemed at first until he made I
by senior, Otis Miles was presented at the Sun Ray
visible his backbone himself against the front
by positioning _
Convalescent Home Friday. The Para MedicalClubpresentedthe
wall with a sawed-off shotgun. This gesture confirmed his I
program with the ChoralEnsemble on hand to render
seriousness and immediately erased any thoughts I had of Christmas selections.

laughing. I must admit that at this stage I was enjoying the
The Concert Chorus is working on sight reading in preparation -
show and the lone gunman. I was really too close to the other | 'l&\ .
I .. ,"Yi... f j.t' :,....' for the Festival and the opera. It's production of the
door for this small fellow, to phase me one way or another. '
musical play The Mikado, a Japanese myth, will be presentedin
After all, after he'd gone this far I didn't think he would run |
the school's auditorium beginning Jan. 16, 1968. Studentsare
out after nonchalant little ole me who could have probably

gotten away unnoticed. However, when I did turn to go out, I( Sold Stitu otke Wed also seeking patrons for this program..
Results of the try-outs for the senior class play have been
there was another gunman, not ten yards from me, holding his ,
announced by Mr.Murray drama coach.The cast includes Vir-
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pistol behind the head of the store's guard. Lumped throat, \
of Miami Senior High
This week we go the campus gil Walker, Patricia Larrimor, Margaret Taylor,Julia Jones,
trembling knees and all prepared myself for a trying experi
I Schoolfor our soul sister. Marion Paulette Alexanderis
Gwen Harris Cassandra Callaway Sandra Mobley Nathaniel
ence. By this time I'd noticed at least four of them. The one of and Mrs. Surie Alexander of ,
the daughter Mr. Rolle Otis Ester Brinson Marsha
Myles Wright Clyde Mc-
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the
who I ignorantly considered a lone gunman was holding
modern
2950 NW 49th Street. Her hobbies are sewing,
Neil
Anthony Cole, Benjamin Reynolds,BernardJame;Flori
front door; another went from cash register to cash register
dancing and reading. She plans to at tend Antioch Stubbs The "Rest Assured is double-
Jimmy Fewquay. play
,
the to them then his brown
ordering girls open filling paper
College in Ohio and wants to be a social worker. casted two
to
bag with the loot. The latter was playing dog on a leash with allowing groups perform on alternate nights.

the guard. The cashiers showed their emotions in various 1 "This way more seniors will have a chance perform in the

ways. One showed a grin which she tried to conceal but play," says Mr. Murray. The play is scheduled for a February

couldn't, others were terrified and began to weep first silently performance.

then hysterically Soon you could hear screams of horror School Northwestern's State Championship--Bound team crushedthe
"C"
and fear echoing from the rear of the store. A gunman was in Primary Community Hialeah Thoroughbreds 103-61. The unbeaten Bulls have

the back robbing customers. topped the century mark in their last three games.

Attention all expectant mo- livery; Jan. 21 infant care; The high point men of the game were Edward Nelson with
if the could be heard outside I turned
Wondering screams thers, Primay "C" School Jan. 28 family planning. 25 points; Johnny Haslem 20,James SneUIS and Eddie Brown
4 (in my stooping position that we all had been ordered to take) offering another service to the Regardless of how rich in 15.
and looked out the front glass A woman had informed a county hour four
community a one experience and knowledge
officer of the happenings and was leading him to the scene. week session for you "
expectant might have in this area take
The gunman who was emptying the front cash registers for all mothers. This series of practical advantage of this ,
they worth the officer and hollered to his oppor-
were saw companions discussions will be under
tunity to gain the latest infor-
"Split, the law." He took off out of a front door grippinghis the supervision of Dr. Betty mation as will be rendered by 'JACKSON
bag tight and carrying low his silver revolver. The officer
Vaughn who is the director of Dr.Vaughn.You call Pri-
entered the opposite door. Red in the face, eyes wide and revolver maternal and infant care pro- mary C Community may School at

in hand, he ran towards the back of the store. I ner- ject of Dade County. These 836-0012 or come by and JOTTINGSBy
reg-
vously awaited the impending sound of gunfire which I expected -
sessions will be held
every ister at 757 NW 66th St. We
to fill my ears any second. It came. The screams be- from
Tuesday 7:30to 8:30
will be looking for you expec- By ARNETTA WILLIAMS
came louder and were made almost silent by the cappoppingsound p.m. and the following dates
tant mothers. \
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of the guns. and topics are listed as fol- t

lows Franklin Clark community
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The sounds came closer and closer as the robbers attempted : A JACKSONITEERIC
school director and Irwin.
to escape by way of the most visible means, the front doors. January 7 prenatal care;
Bullets began pecking the wooden panels that surrounded the Jan. 14 laboring and de Marshall is project manager. JENKINS: Eric Is a senior and has been on the football

cash registers. I looked in the face of a little girl who was team for three years playing offensive end. A member of the

crying and extended my hand. She was too scared to move. A Children's Theatre Presents The Art Honor Society, Eric has entered two paintings in the An

basket at my feet was shot right away from them. I then became nualArtEXhibitatBurdines. Eric likes the type of girl that is

a little more concerned about my safety and began crawling Holiday KidsNew gentle,affectionate,intelligent,understanding, and above all

away from where the basket was standing. I realized I good looking. As a motto. Eric believes"the smallest good I t
entertainment package Brunswick Congress Bowl, at deed is better than the grandest intention." 1
could be mistaken for one of the escapees and decided to be
for children for the Christmas 1650 NE 124th Street and Ruth
All the
Jacksonites vacationing
mighty either
home :
still where I was. Behind me the officer was holding one of the are or
boys from behind with his left arm across his chest and his Holidays is being presentedby Foreman's Children's Thea- elsewhere.1 Many of the Generals decided to take a trip

right arm extended pointing his gun. He demanded the othersto Tony Grillo, manager of tre of the North Miami Play- to Nassau and see all sorts of beautiful things and experiencethe
house on December 27 and 30. legal enjoyment of such the"Banana Boat"and
come out. Shooting nightclubs as
momentarily subsided. The boy being
held A child, by purchasing one the "Cat and Fiddle. Several others have decided to ven-
captive was wide open to his friends. He was scared and
Miami Jackson ticket can see "The Holiday ture to Texas and Panama
pleaded with them to City.
give up, obviously to no avail. Firing
Kids" musical
resumed and he somehow broke a comedy, at Some of the girls Jackson are spending their vacation with
and outside went.
away they
Hi-/ Y GiVes 11 a.m., have lunch at noon and
sweethearts from be
Still in my reclining position the owner came out with a 45 bowl until 3:30 Vietnam or on leave. The boys too may
The
automatic. Thinking I was one of them pointed his pistol at bination of theatre p.m. lunch com-and vacationing with sweethearts home from college or elsewhere.
However he Baskets Nevertheless everyone is out: of school and really enJoying
me. didn't need to pull the trigger for at this I bowling for
young people and the Christmas
was literally frightened to my death. I did last long enough to Miami Jackson High School innovated broughtaboutbythe Holiday.
,
make myself recognizable to him. This I feel I accomplishedby demonstrated the Christmas cooperation between Several Service Clubs are sponsoring Christmas and New
Bruns-
word of mouth only. Maybe we all do look alike. Anyway, spirit last Thursday. The wick Congress Bowl and North Year Parties. Why don't you look in on a few? May you all havea

this was one more lesson learned the hard way"Crime YMCA sponsored Hi-Y Clubs Miami Playhouse. Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. (Made any
doesn't pay" collected baskets from each Resolutions yet?)

of the homerooms for some 30

Get well wishes to Stephanie Frederick, Miami High senior needy families. For eighteen r - rrror..r.rr..rrrwr..rrr..a..o.rraMi
this has been
and Roslyn Smith, Miami Jackson senior who are home with years project I

the flu and Jestina Days, Miss Miami Northwestern who's outstanding as each homeroomfills I.

home recuperating after a minor operation in the hospital. several baskets to overflowing I 1 I ami I TimesSUBSCRIPTION I .
with food goods,cloth- 1
Welcoming back Gary Range, who along with his mother ing, and toys.

spent a long weekend in Nassau. Mr. Jim Simmons, club ad- : ORDER: :

George Rock, nephew of Mr.and Mrs.Eugene Kemp visor, said that all baskets I Miami Times ..

will be spending his Christmas at home in New York. were loaded onto trucks pro- I 6530 NW 15th Avenue 1

vided by the Dade County Welfare I Miami, Florida 33147 .

Miami City Judge Henry Arrington celebrated his day on the Department and distrib- 1 1

bench last Friday by dismissing the charges against all de- uted to the designated fami- 1 Enclosed is $5.00 1
fendants who came before him. lies. to cover the cost of a one year subscription to I
I The Miami Times.
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D a v e Bondu has a new Job as director of the Operation I I . -.
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Mainstream program dealing with Job training for hardcore I 'I Mail Paper to: _

unemployed in the 44 ot 60 age bracket. 1 I

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 27, 1968

Join Miami's "Friendly Boosters Club"

Black WhitePsychology
at come," he cited as tips for organizers of the Friendly -
aimed
,I Special courtesy residents. Floridian program, credits
'I an anticipated record number This will bring them back to it with enabling state vlstors
'of visitors was suggested record numbers, to enjoy their vacations
in
more
.' area
.
V continuing ,, he added. pass
Miami-Metro Department -
on the prodigious Influx ,Ii!:".j I tor of the of Publicity and The prediction is that some on the message.

(\ of Black faces on TV this sea ,.';1 1,000,000 visitors a month will

\ son, perhaps one of the most 0 ,.!, Tourism."It would. be in the best interests be streaming intoGreater Miami I

concise and meaningful ex- ;};jt'.., of community for for the next four months.
our
aminations is offered : is simi- TiUYEL
by one i '. Price's suggestion UiEIU
residents to act as a
all
of the most brilliant students our club and be lar to the state's "Friendly At near to you at your
s of theatre, Dick Williams,who :; ;9i } friendly boosters vacationers as Floridian" campaign launched tUphon. Give us a call.
recently completed a role as a . as helpful to by chambers commerce.. tf. cUHr.r. 11Q4 NW 3rd
possible," Price said. Av. FR 98451. Chat. C.
Black militant with Air-
Northeast
Sidney
Ed Bishop,
directions and North, Manager.Ml .
Poitier in "The Lost Man"__ i "Smile, give line executive and one of the
his sixth straight casting as a let visitors feel they are wel-

militant

"My initial reaction to all
the Brothers and Sisters V I # NOW SHOWING

getting work on TV and in mo-
!
vies this season is a good SCREENED ONCE ONLY AT 9:00Man. :
one," says Williams."For the
Black actor it obviously means

work where he couldn't get r h ,t... .
work before. And for the Black R i\.
,'I ...
audiences it's going to mean .t

that they're going to really get .
to see themselves on TV and hunled. caged
\\i\ a .. ..
it'll be good to have them view-
ing constructive images of if q '

themselves. i' .R s { Yy forced to mate by

"However, a lot of the t'J.

Images will not be good because civilizedapes
a lot of these actors have .tiG M .
learned to act white and are .. V
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not acting out of their own experiences a !I
They've had white y J ,
acting coaches and white di-

rectors and even white Imagesto

pattern their acting after. T AKINCARE OF BUSINESS -- Dick Williamsis Rat

"So we're finding now that a picture of confidence as he prepares to join Sid T S

even though the Black actor is ney Poi i tie i r' s gang prior to robbing an industrial .

finally getting exposure, he'sin plant of overaquarter of a million dollars in "The .
several instances forgottenhow r w
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Lost Man.
to act Black and doesn't A. =
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have a frame of reference to movies have a grave respon- role as a militant gang member r
draw upon. When a viewer sibility to Black peoplebecause with Sidney Poitier in'The ,
looks at a Black man on TV they have fostered such Lost Man.'

these days, eight times out often demeaning images of us for so ,
"I don't object to this typeof s Ax
he sees the white psy- long
casting -- at least not at
chology in a Black face
"They have contributed to this point In history. In fact, I > '
"That's why we need more the separation of the races by love it. I love to see this situ- i> s ..+d.

Black directors. And we need not projecting a positive imageof ation explored on television, .

more Black acting coaches Black people. Living up to in plays and in movies. Up to
\\ who're not afraid to functionout that responsibility won't be now we haven't really had too .. :,
of a Black reference.Ihear accomplished In a couple of much other than cop-outs on the

a lot of actors say'Idon't want years. They can't simply do a subject. ...
to be a Black actor;I Just want couple of seasons on Black
to be an actor.' But in TV and people and let that be the end "But this is an area which
movies if you're Black you of it." really needs to be exploredand
Just aren't cast in white roles r m proud to be selectedto
However, in the light of the
portray Black militants. I o
and the Black actors have to
fact that
Williams has
accept these circumstancesand -- now ]know that later on HI be doing
been
cast six straight timesin
they should regard themas militant roles, one wondersif other things, but right now I
beautiful circumstances to have no qualms about it stall
perhaps the situation can go I can really dig it." F

accept. too far in the other direction.
"As far as the current explosion Does Williams tire of such PLANET M ApES

of Black faces on TV roles?

is concerned, I wonder if it'll
suffer the same fate as the "Certainly not," he beams."I .-,
hippie movement (as it has played Stokley Carmichael EEDC PLUS JERRY LEWIS IN WAY WAY OUTFRANKLIN'S
In a play titled'NfghtlyComes
been portrayed on TV)encoun-
..,
The Hurting Game' which
tered. The screens were filled
toured the West coast. Thenthere's
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Tm doing in New York. DISCRIMINATIONIN
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I:.::.: MIAMI LAUNCHESNEW. THRUST :f s a I IEver




1 I Introducing The New Thrust tir i


;:;:| since Whitney M. Young announced several months American life. The historic position of the Urban Leagueas control over ghetto institutions to provide more leader. g}:

;:jijago;.:: a radical departure from traditional Urban League an agency for interracial teamwork gives us the abilityand ship positions; increasing the ghetto residents control :r rover

:::::;programming by introducing the New Thrust movement machinery to bring together powerful elements out- his own destiny; expanding his voice community j

;:li-to::: America, people have been asking, what is the New side the ghetto to work with and on behalf of the poor of decision-making. fIn

, ;:;:;Thrust? What does it mean to us? And locally what does all races. We intend to bring forth the knowledge, re-
I Dade the of human needs Is such that
:gthe;:: Urban League's new thrust mean: to Mil mi.Just as it sourcesand, power of the middleclass, white and black, County, scope ,
jjiis::;: complicated to analyze the racial conflict that is threatening to speed up confrontation between the people and the ele- past Urban League services could not make a substan- |j
I tial dent in the problem. That such services are Impor- ::
::::: our nation, so it is involved to define the type of ments of the power structure in order to change those
tant is undeniable but we only reach a limited number of .
:: ,
: gmassiv:: planning that must be done to abolish racism and systems that are responsible for the existence and sup-
|
individuals. The thrust concentration ::
gthe;;;;' accumulated effects of racism from this society.For port of the ghetto. Thus, the new thrust gives the highest on services represents new an recognizes inefficient use of the Urban rtiLeague's
:::the next several weeks, this column will address itself to priority to policies and programs which will develop, the
talents in community organlza- ::
unique planning
::;;:ia| discussion of the new thrust,for the new thrust Is a plan Internal strength and power of the black ghetto.The reasons $1
tion and
:8of::: major I mpor tanc e that will seek to abolish the systems for this are urgent, and are briefly outlined here. problem-solving.

Sjthat:::: have created and maintained the ghetto The crisis Is in the ghetto. The ghetto will continue to For twenty-five years in Miami, black men,women and |j

vj:::: The Urban League is making it possible for the black be home for most black families for the next decade or youth have walked through doors opening Into Urban Lea- :g

;;;;ghetto to have a major voice in decisions and plans con- two. The present and prospective avenues of escape are gue offices, knowing that they will find there -- the help :tiff:

::::cerning its future. The organization of its people and efforts too few. Thus, the need to develop a strong people's voice, they need to cope with and solve problems.Help that covers i

toward that end are essential if solutions to pr ObKleins militant yet responsible, aggressive yet soundly based the entire range of human concern; education, emI

:::: faced by black Americans are to be effective and and constructively directed.At ployment, housing and health.Name it and you will find the

:j:;!permanent. the same time, we hold firmly to our commitmentto Urban League helping people achieve it. Our new thrust L

;:;:; The Negro must take the lead freeing the ghetto, and interracial teamwork and an open society free of restrictions recognizes our contributions of the past, but we are now

:vjwe::: are the only predominantly black organization with based on race or. creed, and to our belief that addressing ourselves to the challenges of the present.The <

:;:gthe; ability machinery undertake this effort.The Ur- lasting solutions to the problems facing black people and challenge of eliminating from our way of live, the necessity

::::::ban League: intends through the new thrust to become a other minorities in America will only be achieved through of agencies to provide decent housing, employment

f jjijmore;i; visibly active force in the grassroots black com- integrated effort. But true integration is achieved only opportunities -- all of life's basic expectations that have i j

::jj::; ::/. among people who view each other as equals or peers. been consistently denied to people because they are black.

:; The key to understanding the enduring existence of the The growing division between the middle class,both black That is the new thrust.

::;:ghetto Is to recognize the basic institutions which operate and white must be reversed. This is still a further urgent Next week, this column will continue to discuss the

:gito:: hold down and isolate the mass people in the ghetto, reason for building the ghetto's internal political power; varied aspects of the new thrust and the implications for .
:;githereby i;:: preventing them from fully participating in to increase its bargaining position; developing true local Miami 8

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Vietnam Veterans Wanted For PublicServiceEducationProgram i



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The VIPS project is a pilot ject, selected returning Viet- some of the VIPS will have developed -

program intended for imple- nam veterans will be enabled professional prefer-

mentation in the Dade County ,to participate in a career development ences to continue in educationand

Schools. This project Is partof program directedat would pursue further aca-

6 a county-wide series of pilot professional careers in demic preparation at the Uni-
,4'' t tJ +7/ i programs projected by the Research education. The underlying versity of Miami toward full

Council of the Great purposes of this project are teacher certification.

: ?l Cities Program for School Im to explore the feasibility of It is further contemplatedthat

.+ provement. In the VIPS pro- employing the unique background the pilot program would
and experiences of eligible closely parallel the existing
.
veterans in the recruit- Teacher Corps organization
ment of personnel for the in- and structure as the vehiclefor
sl ner-city: schools. administration and

Twenty selected
operation.

I To- }' ''ish'TheSystems l lA returning possesses It is hypothesized Vietnam special attributes that veteran the Corps veterans to existing Teams.would be Teacher assigned -


which can serve best the pecu-

liar personnel requirementsof VIPS candidates as part of

::That Created The Ghetto ,..\ : teaching children of the the Teacher Corps will be actively -
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The National Urban League Mr. Young asserted that "the The most immediate con- butes would consist of under about all social agencies including -

announced on Dec. 9, 1968, National Urban League holds cerns are the lack of housing standing the problems of the the policies, facilitiesand

that 21 black communities in firmly to its commitment to code enforcement,lack of adequate ghetto culture, willingness to operation of school systems -

16 states and the District of interracial teamwork and an garbage and trash pickup reside and work In the ghetto Through concrete experiences -

Columbia have initiated con open society free of restric- lack of repair and upkeep environment, and bringing to In the community

centrated programs to build tions based on race or creed. services by apartment house bear mature attitudes developed (which are also systematically -

the internal economic, political We believe that lasting solutions landlords and lack of rat and in the military context studied), VIPS candidates

and social strength of to the problems facing vermin control.In TALMADGE W. FAIR experience of Vietnam will be better prepared to assume -
Executive Director of
their ghetto residents. black people and other minorities the past residents have Miami Urban League service. their role as a new breedof

in America will only be tried to improve the situationby teacher or teacher assistantfor
These are the first wave of achieved through integrated conventional means. They Ists among local service agencies The first phase of the pro- the children of poverty.
and churcnes who will gram would call for a program will have first hand
Urban League-sponsored activities effort." have signed petitions, met with They experiences -
designed to build also cooperate in moldingtheblock involving work for which the with many ethnic
In describing the of landlords and complained to veteran would be paid and a
ghetto power for urban changeby range clubs Into in area coun- groups in rural, urban and
mobilizing black people to activities to be conducted in city officials -- all without cil to con tin'ire. to deal with parallel training course. This suburban are a s. They will
black ghettos,Sterling Tucker success. Now the League will phase would give the VIPS can-
identify and solve the basic neighborhood problems. work with Indians, Cubans,
assistance In developing
,, director of the League'sNational provide didate a field-work experi- Mexican Americans
problems which confront Negroes, ,
them. Field Services Department new courses of corrective ;;.;; : "r-k;. 'j tJ,, :J?J':; ence and a theoretical base on Puerto Ricans, wherever pov-
reported that "all action. Among the possibilities which to increase his educa-
located in the
erty groups are
"These first 21 projects are of the 21 programs reflect the being considered are; refusal :-NEXT. k WEEK J tion, combining two essential community. They will serve
by area homeownes to ,...,
results of local effortsto 1W* w. Ingredients and
the cutting edge of the new League fJ J8W#+l! 9flfr theory prac- all children who will need help
thrust of the Urban organize residents to iden- pay garbage collection fees, tice, which have proven suc- In the
League breaking poverty cycle
their ad needs." formation by tenants of cleanup Students cessful in the past. In this
movement said tify
Whitney M. *
\;; :
Young Jr. the crews to collect excess ; ; \\1- . ; phase the VIPS would prepare The VIPS project Is plannedfor
exe- V
League's 4)!i
of the projects trash and with salaries ;
Examples garbage .
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himself for
cutive director who ; 5 a paraprofessional 8 ma Jor cities including
predicted I
funded in Urban League cities to be deducted from their '
I education technician
Invade5tfie or Miami. cities in need
that within a year "we expect Many are
around the nation are an economic rent payments.
that our affiliated Leagues in for : position. This would approxi- of this program, Miami has it,
self-help program Another consideration is the
93 cities will be a more visi- ; mately entail a two year pro- yet positions are going beg-
ble and active force in the the predominantly black coun- selection of one apartment : '(Ghetto gram. At the completion of this ging. Only 10 slots have been
decentralization
Alabama
ties of Southern building in the neighborhoodas ,. it is that 10
grassroots black commun- '; .A r; "" ) ,'. phase anticipated filled. Therefore there are
of area
ghetto a demonstration building.
ity." vacancies which; must be
schools in Seattle, financing of Tenants would "camp out" on filled by December 23, 1968 if

The which rehabilitated housing for resale the premises, withholdingrents URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES: we are tostartjanuary2,1969with
new program,
families in
to low-income
until repairs were made
marks a change of emphasis Omaha and a black Chamberof and the building was: extermi- L. E. A. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. 758-5551 our full quota of 20 veterans -
from the traditional .
League's Commerce to serve three nated for rats and roaches. LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
service rendering activities "Any whorin the world
to Indian cities. Viewing this one part of the 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
a drive for basic institu- you wont to 90"
tional reforms in American Miami has been selected as program -- the landlord-ten- 7JCKFJ5 COST

society, was adopted by the one of the 21 cities to receivean confrontation demon OPERATION EQUALITY
League at its July conferencein initial grant for new thrust strates the philosophy of the 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268 NO MoD 4TT.M'EL

New Orleans. Two million acitivities. This first new new thrust. For example, the 2338 All Babo Avenue 685-0342 '

dollars in foundation grants, thrust attack will center ghetto resident working alone 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358-2226

plus funds being raised by local around a 30 block central city has been able to accomplishlittle. 6740 NW 15th Avenue -691-3811 BURMAR

Leagues, has been ear- renewal area. Five workers But working togetherthe
"Your Neighborhood. TrawlAg.nts"
marked for the League's new from the Greater Miami Urban tenants canbegintochangethe COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT.
thrust In 1969."Though League staff in partner- policies of the landlord who 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264
in the past has wielded his
ship with the members of existing A* near to yew as your
the Is designed block clubs in this area power ruthlessly and who is CITIZENS CORPS t.t.,....... Give ut a call.,
plan ;
net accustomed to having that 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302 M. oallvar. 1104 NW 3rd
to give the black ghetto a will begin with the most severe Ave. PR 9-8431. Chat. C.
major voice in decisions and of the areas poor living power challenged. North, Monoo r.
Support for the League ex-
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( Poor Families Pay Biggest Share Of Earnings In Taxes I




Surprisingly, It's the poor, not the rich, who the
pay A major reason for the difference The catch in all these plans authorities is that
bigger share of earnings in taxes. A new study shows ,say economists:The say,
there's a flurry of tax plans to help the poor.A why cost of housing is getting so high that people of modest people above the lower-Income: brackets would wind up

widely held idea is that U. S. taxes soak the rich andspare means have to spend: greater share of their incomes on with the bulk'of'tax relief. $,:,
the poor. a place to live. For example if the personalexemptLoiwere increased

Sales taxes from '$600 to $700 about three-fourths of the tax cut
are another factor.They take nickel ,
Latest studies by economists,however point to nearly a
this
op- out of would to people with incomes above
posite conclusion: Families with the lowest incomes every dollar earned by families In the lowest brac- go $5,000.
tendto kets who typically Some tax experts, as a result, favor broader use of tax
spend than
bear the heaviest tax burden in the U. S. in more they earn and go into
terms
ability to pay. of debt. At the upper end of the scale,the sales-tax bite runs credits, geared to famUies In the low brackets.One .
to only a penny or two. example is a credit of $15 or $20 per exemption,
Almost unnoticed by most, the tax structure of the U.S. Economists note that to be subtracted from the tax once the taxpayer totals it
tend
has gotten into a position where, in the view of many it'isout cent poorer people to spend every Most relief would to
,
they make, mainly on food,clothing and other goodson up. go poorer taxpayers, particularly -
of kilter. Increases in Social Security payroll taxes those with
which sales taxes large families.
usually are levied. The more afflu-
the spread of ever-higher sales taxes have hit those at the ent What about that
people little
meanwhile, tend to save money or spend on services so poor they now pay or no
of the income ladder harder than the
bottom
more afflu such federal income tax?
as medical care, travel, and education -that
ent.One normally bear little or no sales tax. Refunding Social Security taxes paid by poor workers, is
result is a flurry of interest in plans for specialtax Much the same applies to the imp\ of excises and the answer suggested by a report of the Brookings Insti-

breaks to low-income families. Some key advisers to corporate income taxes tution, Just released.
as they are passed on to buyersof
President-elect Nixon are in favor of this
approach. So goods in the form of higher prices.
are influential members of Congress in both major The squeeze on low-Income "NEGATVE" TAX?
people may get worse as a
parties.A result of changes in federal tax laws now scheduled. Perhaps the most controversial idea for helping low-

Take the case of a man with a family of four and wages of income people is the so-called "negative Incomo tax."

THIRD OF INCOME ., $5,000 a year. He probably was not affected by the sur- The Idea is to use the income tax system to pay poor people

The study shows that federal, state and local taxes, charge on income tax imposed last April 1,so he will get ratier than tax them, to close the gap between what "

taken together, siphon off more than one third of the annual no relief if the surtax expires on schedule June 30. they earn and an adequate yearly income.

income, on the average, of families making less tan $3- But starting January payroll tax rate goes up to 4.8 Experts in Congress see little change that such a plan

000 a year. per cent, adding $20 to his annual taxes. will be adopted any time soon. Mr.Nixon is against it, too.

The tax load is nearly that heavy, too, for people earn- For the man earning $20,000, the extra payroll tax will Still, the tax burden on low*Income people is getting so

ing between $3,000 and $10,000 a year, according to the total $31. But an end to the surtax -- If it came -- would heavy that many authorities expect that, h' one form or.I

study. cut his incomo tax by $79 in 1969, putting him $48 ahead. another, the next ":lUnd of tax cuts after the surcharge is

But in the upper brackets-- families making more than Most proposals now being made to ease the pinch on ,removed will center on relief for poorer people.

$15,000 the tax burden falls to 28 per cent of average low-income families center onthefederal income ta'x.

annual income.In .

estimating this tax load, the study takes account of INCOME TAX RELIEF? Y Government Grant

both direct taxes paid by individuals and taxes on business.The While the income tax weighs relatively lightly on poor

assumption is that business taxes are added into pro- people, the argument Is made that any relief will help.

duction costs and passed on in form of higher prices. Another point: As a practicalmatter, ths: federal income Fo Test High ProteinSoft

The real bite of today's taxes, many ec nomiSts'say, tax may be the easiest tax to change.A .

tends to be obscured by the federal income tax, which hits top Nixon adviser Pierre A. Rinfret,head of Rin-

hardest at middle and high-income groups. fret-Boston Associates, an economic and financial con- DrinkNEWARK

For families making less than$3,000 a year,the federal sulting firm-proposes to wipe out all income taxes for

income tax averages 3.7 per cent of annual income. It anybody making less than $4,000 a year.Dr.Rlnfret esti- N. Y. A new Menk also said that pricingof

climbs to 8.8 per cent for people who make $7,000 to mates the immediate revenue loss at from 2 to 3 billion high protein, carbonated soft the new product would be

$10,000 and to 16.5 percent forthoseearnlng$25,000 or dollars a year.A drink, developed specificallyfor competitive with popular soft
more. more modest proposal by some tax authorities: End impoverished families and drinks and that Ballantine

income taxes for people below the "poverty line' as defined others who do not receive the eventually hopes to market the

ADDITIONAL BITES by the Government roughly$3,500 in earnings fora minimum dally requirementMDR product at p r ice s below cur-

other taxes, however, make a bigger dent in the pocketbooks family of four, about $1,500 for a single person.Estimated ( ) of vitamins and pro- rent competitive levels.

of lower-income fa mil i es. cost: about 200 million dollars a year. teins, will be tested by P. Bal-
An increase in the minimum standard deduction is Mrs. StraughterDies
an- lantine & Sons, it was announced -
Workers with wages of less than$7gOOayear now find
other approach, supported by U. S. officials. Richard Griebel
Treasury
by H. ,
4.4 cents withheld out of each dollar of pay for Social Se .a
First introduced in 1964, this tax device now provides president.P. .
curity. deduction of $300, plus $100 for each personal exemption (con't. from 1)
Payroll taxes have relatively less impact on those who after the firstup to a limit of $1,000. Ballantine &Sonshas been principal of Keyser Ele-
make than the maximum amount on- which men tar School (Practice
more $7,800 y
Now
being suggested: Raise the deduction to $500 for been awarded an Office of Economic
Social Security taxes are levied. the first exemption, $200 for each additional one, with a Opportunity contract in School for Bethune-Cookman

People low-iicome: groups are hit relatively harder limit $2,000 per family.That would cut taxes by an estimated the amount of $101,200 for the College) and of the Liberty

property taxes, too. Those making less than $7,000 a 1 billion dollars, almost all of It going to people purpose of market researchand City Primary School in Dade

year pay 6 to 8 cents out of each dollar of income, on with Incomes under $10,000 a year. testing of the new product. County. Her chief interest lay

average. In brackets above $25,000, property taxes aver- Other plans would raise personal exemptions, or lower OEO's assistance was provided in working directly with child-

age only 2 per cent of inCOIDO.I tax rates, for fimites In the lowest tax brackets. under Its mandate from ren In order that they have a
foundation for future
Congress to assist research good
.m
aimed at remedying malnutri- study.
Social Security these requirements should getin Her Interest education
I tion among the poor.
touch with the Social Se- spread Into the community

NewsIt curity office right away," she where she served in a leader-
said, "even if he or she was Mr. Griebel said, "we are the Boards of
doesn't always pay to take'no" pleased that the OEO has se- ship capacity on
turned down last year or be- Carver YMCA James Scott
for E.
an answer says lected Ballantine to receive ,
w Miss Dorrith Leipziger, offi fore. A persons should file his this award for market research Community Association and
disability claim as soon as he t local Civil She
Defense.
cer-in-charge for Social Se- and testing of this im- was
curity in Model City. can after he stops working. elected president of the Florida -
portant product. We consider
The Model City Social Se-
State Teachers Associa-
Miss Leipziger said certain the development of this product -
office at 5225 NW 12th I
curity tion. She held membership in
disabled workers who
young to be a major breakthrough -
Avenue Is open from830am.. DCTA FEA and NEA also
were not eligible for benefits in the battle against ;
f to 4:30 p.m. Monday trough ACE and PTA. Other national
before this year because they hunger and undernourishment,
Friday and until 7:30 on includedAmericanAs-
had not worked long enoughin p.m. particularly In sub-standard groups
Thursdays. Miss Leipziger sociation of
work covered by Social Se- living areas." University Wo-
said a representative can be; men, Council of Negro Women,
curity maygeta"yes" answer
sent to homes or the hospita: United Nations Association
,
today if they check again. 1y Mr. Griebel also stated that
I .when someone's disability] Business and Professional
II She explained that In the pasta prevents him from going tc) Ballantine hoped to test the Women and YWCA.She servedas

I person had to work five years the office. new drink in selected Head- a Trustee of the Church of
Social to be start classes and other
under Security Government the Open Door (United Chris-

"insured" for disability bene ENROLL FOR FREE assistedanti-poverty tian).

! fits. "This was true no mat- RED CROSS MOTHER- programs. Her awards and citations

ter how" disabled a person BABY CARE COURSEA If the product gains public were numerous. This past
she said.
was, acceptance, he said, Ballan- year, she was cited by her sorority -
Now, because of a recent free Red Cross Mother-[ tine anticipates that it would Delta Sigma Theta,

amendment to the law,a young Baby Care course for expec-, eventually construct local during their Founders Day

worker may be "Insured" for tant mothers and other per, bottling plants in low-Income program. She was Included inWho's
benefits with less sons interested in child care '
disability Who in America '59
: areas establishing local fran- ;
,
will be held at MacIn-
than five years of covered Mary chises so that the business of Who's Who Among American

rE work, Miss Leipziger said. tosh Services, Miami Laun- bottling and distributing the Women '59 and in 1966 In
q to the dry, 200 NW 8th Avenue. The
"This new rule applies high protein soft drink could Florida Lives: Who's Who in
classes will be held on Tues
disabled be-
jnaq who became be owned and operated by the the Sunshine State.
fore age 31. The younger the days and Thursdays.All people in these areas. Mrs. Straughter was held in
when he became dis- those who wish to take I
worker is high esteem by all with whom
less work he needs.In the course are asked to call the I Ballantine vice
abled, the president, she came in contact. Her life
some cases only a year anda Dade County Chapter, American -,, Carl W. Menk, has been re- was one of service especiallyin

... half is needed. Red Cross, 751-6661for sponsible for the development her work with black youth.
.
'.._ \011), out enrollment.Mrs. of the said "We
Miss Leipziger pointed new product, An,outstanding teacher, she
'
that workers who are age 31 Edith Nathanson, RN. have agreed with theOEO that was strict but fair.Her teach-

I QUICKIE: THE ,SHIMMERING SLIP DRESS and older still need five years will teach the course. our' market'research be con- ing went far beyond the con-

unless disability began before ducted in low-income areas. fines of textbooks. She was Interested -

McCall's Pattern #9497 When plans call for age 31. In any case, how severe Initially, ,of course, we're directing in the progress of

something simple, yet pretty enough for evening-- the mental or physical I our effort toward consumers young teachers and shared '

this dress is the Shimmering moire with disability is and whether it has who receive less than with them the results of her
glitter answer. or is expected to last a year TUYEL 4UlZtlU the MDR of protein and vita- training and experience. She
straps. Misses' sizes 8 to 16. Junior sizes determined before .. mins. However our product
7 must also be A near to you your was respected by both pupils
to 11. 75, Canada, 85*. entitlement to disability telephone. Give us a call. should find acceptance with a and co-workers. Miami is the

Available wherever McCall's Patterns are soldor benefits can be established. We .deliver. 1104 NW 3.dAve. much larger group of people richer for having had Irene
FR 98451. Chas. C.
when ordered prepaid from, McCall Corporation, "Any young man or woman I North, Manager. who presently make up the Roberts Straughter as one of
Dayton, Ohio 45408. who feels he or she meets total market for soft drinks." its citizens.f .




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New School Programs Reach I




Out To Help Youngsters I



A school where junior high the regular classroom and publicly funaed. They were d Jae
youngsters can"buy" time... move ahead. made possible through Edu-
and where there are no The center will draw from cational Improvement Funds

grades? the North Central and South appropriated this year by the
A school where a psychologist Central districts north of MI- state. Dade planned budgeted !
really digs down to what's ami River. $232,000 for the elementaryPilot

bugging an eight-year-old Meanwhile, a second pro- House project, $229,000for
who's bright as a gem but can't gram -- "Junior Opportunity" the Junior Opportunity

achieve? -- opened simultaneously for project.

Both have been opened by junior hgh "discipline prob- "We're excited about both,"
Dade County School System, lem" students, but with a dif- said Wilson. Not only will the
on grounds of the old Opa- ferent basis of selection and programs remoe distracting

locka Airport, in two pacesetting emphasis.The influences from regular

programs. pilot program will bus classes and help straighten out

pilot House offering a junior high youngsters with youngsters directly involved,

special elementary education severe behavior problems but hopefully they will point <, .
program for emotionally disturbed from 12 schools, six in the the way to some new an- d''",<'\ w.''1:
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children seven t o South Central and six in the swers," he said. cr iiII ., :>, .
: .: > < .. tl'&i ;
twelve years of age had North Central districts. The two Opa-locka projects <, :;>' '. ',} : : : ,',, "
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selected Operated of the ), '" 'Ij:
thirty-five carefully on grounds brought the number of pioneering -
children enrolled today. The old officer's club, buildings programs opened by
number will be increased in leased from the Dade County the school system last week Eastern Airlines Float Wins WAME Trophy .

stages to one hundred. Port Authority, the program and moving full-steam ahead
Miss Maria Louise Collierwas Jubilation over winning first
Staff includes ten special today after a week of organization It's admitted-Alcorn was
the first attendant to the place and a trophy for their
educators and six teacher will place heavy stress on to three. definitely the winner in the
club's She Is thedaughter float. He recalls that they have
aides led by a team composedof shop, physical education and "COPE," a new educational Orange Blossom Classic at the queen.
floats since the
of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe been entering
a special educator coordi- music programs. The grounds center for unwed teenage mo- Orange Bowl but not the only
Collier. A Junior at Miami beginning of the Classic Pa-
nator, psychological consultant contain a swimming pool, thers, opened facilities at 1749 winner. When the result was in
Jackson, 16,majoring in Business rade. The club plans to send
and social workers.In baseball diamonds and NW 54th St. Joining with the from the Judges of the floats
Education with an ambi- Radio Station WAME, spon-
the words of Mrs.Chris- shuffleboard courts -- fre- school system in sponsoringthe in the parade it revealed that
tion to be a secretary. She Is sors of the trophy, a letter of
tine Kimball, coordinator, quented now by boys not of- pilot program -- initials the EasternAir Lines float treasurer of the Junior thanks in appreciation for the
Pilot House is designed "to ficers. of which stand for Continued was in first place, wining the
Achievement Club at school. prize. The club is also grateful -
answer the needs of troubled There will be small classesa Opportunities for Purposeful WAME Trophy.Riding .
She attends Christian Fellow- to the public for helping
from maximum of five Education the Dade the beautiful
children unable benefit ( inreading -- are atop
ship Church and is treasurerof them in their effort.The themeof
existing programs because of classes, 10 in other classes), County Health Department and shining first place float were both the youth usher board the float was; "Youth-the
problems stemming from short periods (geared to the Florida Vocational Rehabilitation three beautiful young MI- and the youth choir. She plans Heart of America."

emotional stress." Interest span), and reward Services. Referralsmay amians who had waged their to attend Miaml-DadeJr.Col- In addition to this project,
in which will be made the Dade own contest earlier to see who
The children, carefully system points buy through the EAL S&C Club has con-
tested and screened, must time (via activity cards) for County Health Department, would have the longed for lege.Proudly holding the positionof tributed $50.00 to Variety

have average potential or extra activities . free Guidance Department of the honor of riding in one of the second attendant is Miss Children's Hospital; gives an-

above, Mrs. Kimball explained. swigs, special shop projects, school system or any agency. three coveted seats as they Carleatha Goldena 15yearold nual Christ mas gifts tothe

"We have one little eight- a game of pool, or perhaps Project j manager is Henry represented the Eastern Air sophomore at MiamiJackson children in Cottage 116 at the
year-old, with an L Q. of 150 Just time to watch TV. No Goa. Lines Social and Civic Club as and member of Pep Team. Kendall Home and sponsors a

-- reading at 7th grade level grades will be issued. Fulltime staff will include its queens. Typing and biology holds her Boy of the Month gift for the
but unable to adjust." This result gave the club
present interests as she plans cottage.
Current enrollment is 48; three teachers, a registered Parks to
children whose behavior . lovely Miss Sherrilyn for in She in 1950 other officers
They are students, a number which will, nurse, secretary-recep a career nursing. Organized -
of the Eastern
is inappropriate to such be increased to 125 by January, tionist. The center also will Air reign Lines as queen Social and Civic.. will enter Miami-Dade Jr. of the club are; Alex
a degree that the child is un- 16. have part-time services of a is the College on completion of her Gaines, vice president; Mrs. *
Miss Parks
able to function on a social 01 social worker, a Club. daugh- high school work. Mr. and Bertha Franklin, recording
academic level commensurate t, Coordinator,is William An- professional vocational, counselors ter of Mrs.-Margie Henry, a Mrs. Carnell Golden are her secretary; Willie G.Franklin,
derson who heads a staff consisting pediatrician, Rainbow Park Elem. school
with his potential. and other resource parents. She attends Mt. Car- financial secretary; William
Purpose of the program fc. of eight teachers,eight: teacher. She is 19asoi1o- mel Baptist Church.President Lynch, treasurer and driverof
personnel."All
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climat e which will meet thE| teacher and a counselor. too often a young girl's major in Business Administration Wright of the EAL Social and business manager and Mrs.

needs of thechild by assisting J Project Manager for both I education comes t o a stop with and is a member of the Civic Club expressed great Lessie Lynch, chaplain.
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18 THE MIAMI TIMESI_Friday, December Xl, 1968 RANGESp4 ALBERT
; MEMORIAMIn
IN

Will J. McClendon of Services for Mrs.Evelyn
of our dear
memory 3092 NW 60th St. died recently Barron were held Saturday
,
I Ir and sister.
t CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS daughter ..... ............ ,., .. ,,,' in Vietnam. He is survivedby December 21st, 4:30 p.m. in
his wife Barbara; parents the Liberty City Chapel. Her

IJI Mr. and Mrs. Air lee McClendon survivors include a husband

; four sisters Annie,Ruby, Willie; one daughter, Alice
APPRECIATIONFrom IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn Vanilla and Sharon; two bro- two brothers, George and

AN Dedicated to the memory of loving memory of our thers Johnny and Henry. Ser- Waymon Addy; one sisterAl-,

the family of the late, our dear and darling mother dear motherand sister, vices will be held Friday, 3:30 berta and also five grand-

MRS. LAURA RANKINS, --- MRS. BARBARA J. p.m. at Sunrise M. B.Church. children.

who departed Nov. 28, 1968. I.I' LEVERITY DAVIS Miss Mable Simmons of

We express our sincere who departed this life December 1011 NW 64th St.. died Dec. Samuel Brown of 10613 S.W.
thanks to everyone for r 27, 1967. 19 at Hialeah Hospital. She is 180th Street, died Monday

I thoughts of kindness, cards, We have spent many hours survived by four sisters Eva, December 16. His survivors

letters, telegrams, flowers, i remembering that sad day,and <\ Elizabeth, Frances and Ida;; Include a mother, Emma, eight
donations and personal visits. which < ,:] five brothers Charlie,Samuel, sons, Arthur Lee, Robert Lee,
the days that followed, __ ____ _:i:;,_ i,_
To the pastors of Pensacola, have left a gap that cannot be m. .m Conlen, and Rev.W. H. Sim- Alfonso, Anthony, Clarence,

Fla. Rev. L. D. Wesley, Rev. filled in our lives.She is gone, DOROTHY CHRISTOPERwho mons. Arrangements are incomplete Keith and Cecil;two daughters

Johnson, and Rev. Wilson. .4 1, but will never be forgotten. departed this life Dec. Jacqueline and Carolyn. His
Also to the members of Plea- 1967. Steve B. Williams of 598 remains were shipped to Jack-

sant Hill Baptist Church of Children: Cryil Davis Jr., "God is too wise to make a NW 22nd St., died Dec. 21. He sonville, for last rites.

Pensacola, Fla. We especiallywant Gregory Tammy and George mistakeWe Is survived by his mother Gol- Services for Mrs Susan
to thank Mrs. Mildred Jarrett HI, sisters brothersand love her, but God love her die Williams; five brothersJ. Rigby were held Saturday

Exerson, the staff of Miami family. best C., Fred, Sammie, Moses December 21st at Hearst
Heart Institute Hospital, Mt. Carrie Sands, mother and James; four sisters Hazel Chapel, Perrine, 3:30 p.m.She

Sinai, and Community Hospital. and sisters Rosa, Idella, and Elouise.Ser- is s urvlvedby two sons,
The House of Albert Fun- IN MEMORIAMIn vices will be held Saturday, 3 Samuel and Charles; three

... eral Home and Benboe Funeral FANNIE BELLE SHANNONwho p.m. at the Church of Christ.M daughters, Mary, Aliceand
Home staff of Pensacola, Fla. departed this life Decem- memory of IN MEMORIAMIn r s. Irene Roberts Susie; two nephews, one neice
for service with warmth and 48th 26 grands 44 great grands and
ber 22, 1963. --;-;- loving memory of a.darling Straughter, of 1800 NW ,
efficiency, we give our hum- It's been five years mother .,..; .4 mother St., died Dec. 19. She is sur- 19 great great grands.
ble thanks also to friends and since you left us alone. But A\ ,: " .... vived by two brothers Erskine Services for Mrs. Lugenia
neighbors of 45th Street. one day we will Join you in your ; ,!<" f! ', "J' ('; .- of Washington, D. C. and Turner were held MondayDecember23rdl0am

Heavenly home. Sleep on and James of Key West a stepson .
Mary McCray, daughter take your rest we loved you Aaron; a stepdaughter Frankiea Liberty City Chapel. Her survivors -

Johnny, Leslie,Virginia and but Jesus loved you best. niece Naomi Gooding. Ser- Include one sister

Araan, grandchildren. f vices will be held Thursday, Rachel Wright; three grand

Mary A. McCray, grand- Your children: .y 3 p.m. at The Churchof Open and two great grands.

daughterinlaw.Johnny Rev. John A. James, son Door. Rupley Crump of 14260 NW
Jr., great grandson Mrs. Eunice Bradley, David Simmons of 1320 NW 23rd I Court died Wednesday

Lizzie Howard, mother Mrs. Bessie\ James, 1h 61st St., died Dec. 21. He is December 18 Jackson

Rose L. Davis, and Mable and Miss Prenella Shannon, survived by his wife Erie; one Memorial Hospital. His sur-

Dukes, sisters daughtersMrs. .... son Anthony; four stepsons; vivors include a sister Pearl

Allen McCants, John D. and Ernestine Moore Williams '.," five stepdaughters; an aunt, and one niece Louise Brown.

.J Walter Findley, brothers. and Carol Ann Taylor j1(!"1 Mrs. Mary Mack. Services His remains were shipped to

granddaughters. will be held Saturday, 1 p.m.in Jacksonville, for last rites.
LeRoy James, son-in-law m- : MRS. BLANCHE ROBERTS the chapel. DanielDavis of 2495 W.6th

IN MEMORIAMIn Herlin William, grand son- BELLAMYwho CORNELLwho FRANCIS Court died at his residence
in-law. BERNARD was called into the great Tuesday December 17. His
memory of departed this life Decem- Mrs. Nora Reese of 1052
beyond one year ago today, survivors include a wife
N.W. 65th Street expired Dec.
ber 26 1965.
Carrie three brothers Joe
December 27 1967. ; ,
,
x but not forgotten. 22nd at her home.Funeral arrangements -
CARD OF THANKSThe Gone, She loved the House of God; Willie, Isaac; two sisters
at this time are
his soul rest in peace.
family of the lateJOSEPH May Her dearest wish to be incomplete. Survivors include Mamie Reese, Corrine Woody
A minister within her wallsIn and two cousins, Simon New-
The Bellamy FamilyIN five daughters, Florence,Ora
service full and free. man and Isaiah Boxt on. Ser-
Nora, Rose and Violet; two
vices Saturday December 28
,
sons, Howard and Lawrence.
Beautifully she lived, 1 p.m. in the Liberty City
MEMORIAMIn \ 12 grandchildren, 33 great-
We who well loved her know, Chapel.
grandchildren and a host of
Blessing with kindly hands our
other relatives and friends. -
loving memory of our son dead
and Mrs. Julia Collins of 415 NW I
death's cruel blow.
Softening 9th St. Apt.#9 expired December -

22nd at Jackson Memorial
Beautifully she died- 1
The floors she trod Hospital Funeral arrange- !
I brotherJtj temple ments at this time are incom-
to her reward within
To pass
plete. Survivors include her
REV. S. A. THOMAS : /,1 The altar of her God!
: husband Willie five sisters
who departed this life,Decem- r ; :
.-,. Sadie, Arlene, Jasie, Cleola
ber 26 1966.
.... f Noami and Charles Gooding and B ern Ice; two brothers:
"Just Two Years"Just CLARK,SR. Jr., daughter andsoninlaw Ervin and Haneh.
two years with the angels; express their sincere appr"- and FamilyIN

Just two years you have been ciation to friends and neigh- i ,., Mrs. Patience Scipio of 900
gone; bors for their acknowledgments : .-# NW,1st Ave. Apt. #4 expired

Just two years in Heaven, during their time of bereavement MEMORIAMIn December 19th at Mercy

singing Many thanks for Hospital Funeral Serviceswill
I'/
loving memory of our NORTH'STRAVEL
Around God's throne. the telegrams, flowers, cards I be held Friday December27th
dear beloved son and brother
Just two years ago you said and letters in our time of need. RUDOLPH R. BIVINS 2 p.m. in the chapel.Sur BUREAU

good-bye, Special thanks and appreciation who departed this life Dec. 25,vivors Include her husband 1104 NW 3rd Avenue
From this earth you had to go; to the Rev. Moss of RUFUS CARLTON FISHER 1966. Willie; one son; Pernel, one I FR 98451rl16a'
Two years seem like a thou- Homestead, Central Mission- who was killed on December sister Sally Hall.
The Bivins FamilyIN ell ud? sand, ary Baptist Church, and Rich- 25. 1963.

Dear One, we miss you so. ardson Mortuary.Mrs. "The Lord giveth and the
Lord taketh away. MEMORIAMIn

Mrs. L. E. Thomas, wife Elizabeth Clark, wife of our
and Family and family Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Fisher loving memory
husband and father,
parents

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Cheryl Fisher, sister ISAAC M. MOBLEYwho

departed this life December -
I of our
loving memory
loving memory of 25 1964.
darling wife, mother, sister, ,
rest in
May he peace.
and daughter I RICHARDSONFrank
,
da'
Margaret Mobley, wife
Aaron of 811 N.W.64 and Family
i Street died December 19th at

his local residence were held
RANGE
December 24th at the Richardson -
Chapel at 3:00 p.m. with Mrs. Anna Studstill of 5658

Rev. T. Graham officiating. Mayo St, Hollywood died Dec.

He is survived by a wife Hat- 18, at Memorial Hospital. She

tie; a daughter Patricia; three is survived by a husband Os-

cousins, Cora, Edward and car; three daughters Willie MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER
y Kelly. Eason, Audrey Smith and
\ Tommie Evans; four sons
;Pervis and Let the final tribute of your loved one be
I Mrs. Effle Williams of 1276 Sammie Major,
NW 34th Street died Decemer Ylysses ; 23 grandchildren. their best. So, in that hour of bereavement -

__ ..c ,__ 20th In Grestview Conva- Services will be held Friday, Call the . .
NEVELYN BELLAMYwho lescent Home. She is survivedby 1 p.m. at Refuge Church of

departed this life Dec.17, a son, Alex one grandson Christ in Opa-locka.
1956. ALFRED R. WALKERwho Dervitt; one great grandson House of AlbertWhere
George H. Jones of 1232 NW
Gone, but not forgotten. departed this life Dec. Eric. Two great great grands
1 There's an open door at the 23,1967. Larry and Barry Forbes. First PI.,Apt.31,died recently service begins and never ends

.f end of the road through which May he rest in peace. Funeral services will be con- vived in Unlontown, Pa.He is sur- THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
by his wife Lillie Mae
each must go alone, and thereis Eva Delancy, mother ducted Saturday at 2:30 p.m. ;a
a light we cannot see, our Rovena and Monica, sister s at Mt. Calvary BaptistChruch daughter Ronnie Lynda Gale; a son, LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

father claims his own. Beatrice Rolle and Rozett a with Rev. Atchison officiating. and mother Vernell 691-7661 MU 8.3311 238-8801
Dukes. incomplete
Daniel, aunts Burial will be In Evergreen Arrangements ar -

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II Bef/iune-Coo/cman/ / Sink First White Athlete I I

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B-CC's Athletic Director athlete to sign a grant-and-ald gridiron and was a first"" >( A,', .
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McClairen, announced with Bethune-Cookman
jack Col- stringer during his junior and
this week the signing of William lege. The athlete described by senior years. The versatile
Harless, a 6-31/2, 255 New Smyrna High's Athletic 17-year-old was a starter on
pound tackle from NewSmyrnaHigh Director Shellie Hayes, "as a offense and defense, however,
School. very fine football player"played he has expressed a desire to
Harless Is the first white three years on the play on the defensive unit at .
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Bethune-Cookman. L:4: ( ;..
..... .. McClairen in his eighth year
as head football coach at B-CC
Spearing with........,I said, "While this is historic
,- moment for the Wildcats Ath-

.. letic Department, I accept this '1.'
: 1 challenge as a Job of developing -
P. : O I ; t'i a good athlete without re-
e gards to hisracial background -
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heard, William Harless is apersonable u, -
BY HARRY SPEAR -
and :
young man a
good student. I am counting on
his helping my ball club and I
am sure he will be helped by
14cm the knowledge gained both in s
the academic area and athletic
# program of Bethune-Cookman
\ f4l4 College." \ '

MCClairen, a former all pro
I
Iii +J with the Pittsburgh Steelers. .I
-. s has never had a i losing season Pictured are Dave Raney,
during his eight years as head- New S my r n a coach,Harless I
coach at Bethune-Cookman. and McClairen. I


i1L Perkins' Objection Helps End LIFE INSURANCE

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Cowboys' Hotel Segregation- Doesn't Cost It PaysLast

II NEW YORK. A team
MAURICE McHARTLEY NICK JONES think the fact that they

b 1 a over here, but we have to year life insurance benefit payments in
MAURICE McHARTLEY JOINS FLORIDIANSThe over on the other side
the America amounted to more than $12,000,000-
players apart once
newest member of the Miami Floridians Maurice leave the field." 000.00.
Toothpick) McHartley, says he has played basketball with a also quoted quarter-
sliver of wood between his teeth ever since his gramma school Don Meridith as saying: Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for
days in Detroit. The 26-year old backcourt addition to the MI- the Cowboys, I couldn't death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was
ami team played four years of college basketball for North and to a single case of racial
paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form
Carolina A&T in Greensboro, the hometown of Lou Hudson. but I'm not saying it
McHartley was drafted by the St. Louis Hawks of the National and existed. I've Just not of policy dividends, surrender values, disability
Basketball Association and reported to their camp during the aware anything other payments, mature endowments, and annuity -
fall of 1964. He was assigned by St. Louis to the Wilmington the normal differences payments.
(Delaware) Blue Bombers of the Eastern Basketball League.The find when 40 men work to-
Toothpick Man played threE. *"U seasons for Wilmington. ."
Last year, back for another pre-season camp with the of LIFE INSURANCE DOESN'T COST IT PAYS
Hawks, McHartley remained with the NBA team until two days
before the season opened, .when he was the last player to be was CocaColaBOTTLING *'I.
cut. A BUILD UP A. SAVINGS

BAD CALLS HAUNT FLORIDIANSOn the CO. THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE

'players."I Route
Dec. 21 the Miami Floridians defeated Minnesota, and is
they had to go out and win this game all by themselves, withno SalesmanSalary CENTRAL LIfE
help from the referees who were terrible. We understand "
mistakes can be made, we all can't be perfect. Yet this gamein it's while
particular was the worst I ever witnessed since I have been training INSURANCE COMPANY
writing a sports column. My mentioning takes the interest Must be 21 or over
out of the game. Last week I received a letter from commissioner "
and a resident of
of basketball George Mikan that he suspended a referee 1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA.
indefinitely and he was fined too.Maybe he can wake some more theGreater
of these officials up. The fans don't go to a basketball game to Miami DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
hear a whistle blowing contest or how loud they blow yet they Area
can really blow a game with their wrong Judgement of a foul.
Apply in person at:

FIRST NEGRO PLAYER AT FRONTONThe NVV 29th Street .
most cosmopolitan roster in Miami Fronton history between 10 a.m. --
opens the 43rd season of jai-alai Wednesday night with nine and 3 p.m.
Americans among the 41 players. r
Names such as Randy, and Ken will take their place along- we through Fridayr.
side more familiar Basque names on a roster that also includes ::1
Spaniards, Cubans, Mexicans and carries an averageage the
of only 22-by far the youngest in Miami history.L. .
Stanley (Buddy) Berenson, fronton president general
manager, also announced this week the signing of the first J .1 ', '
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Negro player in Miami history, Eugenio Salinas (Geno),a 220 0 1. JO I' ; *I
year-old frontcourt power specialist from Fronton Mexico in J.. ., '
Mexico in Mexico City. Ccm'f $& fa Wme L ",., ,",. ..,- ,

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WILLI E ALLEN HAS BEST GAME FOR U M a ,
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Willie Allen, sophomore forward from Rockville, Md., .
brought the Hurricanes from behind with a three-point play for
an 87-85 advantage over Marshall with only 1:14 left in the BROWNSVILLE
struggle last Friday.
DRUG STORE
Allen was named totheall-tournamentteamalongwith Cur-
nutt, a choice vigorously applauded by the pro-Miami crowd of SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE
4,000. COMMUNITY FOR IB YEARS
Winless in four games before the tourney, Coach Ron God-
frey's much-improved Hurricanes upset Yale, 77- 71,in Friday RADIO 1 4634 NW 27 Ave.
night's first round. Maryland had knocked off host Mar-
shall, 89-80. 634-7233

Said Coach Godfrey: "Willie Allen played one of the best
defensive games rye ever seen anyone play. He must have WATCHES RADIOS

blocked usr seven or eight shots. And he got 17 big rebounds for SUN GLASSES CLOCKS

The Hurricanes will be hosts in the Hurricane Classic
starting Friday night at Miami Beach Convention Hall. Prescriptions Our Specialty

I
WHO WILL IT BE NEXT ''DRUGS COSMETICS SUNDRIES -

Next Sunday in the NFL championship playoff when the Bal- GREETING CARDS NOTARY 'GIFTS
timore colts play the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland.Next .
Sunday's AFL championship playoff pits the New York
/j.
Jets Colts against and the the Jets.Oakland Raiders at New York. I'll take the / Warren Welters. Reg. Pharmacist. tT.F.)

I The playoff bowl hare in Miami Jan. 5th finds the Dallas
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St. John Baptist Presents Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor

Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Dinettle Cobb, reporterThe
Minnie Hunter, reporterThe members of the Edu-
"The Messiah"The Junior Department un- cational Committee wish to

der the direction of Mrs.Ken- thank Rev.Hendon and congregation -
1. all Negro choir and orchestra appear in a church outside the drick would like to thank all for their participation
of the New St. John's Negro districts. those who participated on the in the program held last Fri-
Institutional Baptist Church The oratorio presented in Christmas program and also day night in the committees
I will pr e s e n t the well known cooperation with the Metropolitan those who helped to make their behalf.

Handel's "Messiah" on Dec. Fellowship of program a success.On Members and friends are
of Churches. An offering will be 29 at 2
29. The Christmas portion Sunday,Dec. p.m. invited to attend Watch Night
this famous work will be sung taken during the service for our pastor and congregation services Dec. 31
Tuesday, ,
at the First United Methodist the Fellowship's Summer Va- will conclude the servicesof
at 9 All choirs and ushers
err Iou Jn Efjurrl &uooay Church of Coral Gables, 536 cation Bible Schools in the the Minister's and Deacon's are asked p.m. to perform.Let .

1 Coral Way, at 8 p.m. as the Black churches. Union of the Seaboard Baptist
evening worship service. Association to be held in Deer- us remember to pray for
MT. HERMAN AM E DRAKE MEMORIAL This well known choir has The 100 member choir Is the sick, shut-in, and men on
i appeared on national TV at the under the direction of Ulysses field.Watch night services will the battlefields everywhere.

Rev. G.M.Champion,pastor Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. Republican Convention in Morris and Nathaniel begin at 8 p.m. All members, Happy holidays to all and to
T. Green, reporter 1968 on Miami Beach They Dorsette. Soloists willbeUlys- friends, and well wishers are all a good year.
The pastor, officers and have sung at many other events ses Morris, Mrs. Lily Pearl urged to be present.
members are happy to have in the city. This is the first Dorsette and Mrs.Ethel Roan. On the third Sunday in'January CORINTH
Deacon Blue with us again. opportunity they have had to The public is invited. we will render servicesat
Rev. Robert Carter,the college the church of Rev. F. L. Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor
minister of Florida Me- ST. MARY'SRev NEW PROVIDENCE Johnson.Let To the pastor and membersof

morial and his family attended H. V. Stuart, pastor us continue to pray for Corinth Baptist Church, I

our morning service. Sunday, Dec. is the last Sun- Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor our sick and shut-ins. wish to extend my thanks for
.r Many thanks to all participants day in 1968,services as usual. Arsula Edwards,reporterThe your token of appreciation.Mrs. .
who made our Christmas Joint choir will serve all day. pastor and delegatesare MT. PILGRIM Essie L. Briggs, Miami

pageant a beautiful pre- Usher Board No. 2 serves dur- asking the prayers of the Rev. J.W. Everson, pastor Times.
sentation. A special thanks to ing the morning service and church; who are now attending Many thanks to Rev. RoscoeJacksonandGreater
Brother Brooks, Ward Per- Ushers' Board No. 1 duringthe the Minister and Deacons Un- New PILGRIM REST

kins Mrs. Berry and Mrs. evening.Our ion now in sessionatNewHopeMissionary Macedonia for coming over
Ellis for helping with the pro- watch night services Baptist Church, to Mt. Pilgrim In behalf of Rev. James C. Nelson, pastor
duction. Orchids to our choir Dec. 31 will begin with prayer 519 NW 2nd Deerfield
Way, our pastor last Tuesday night, Myrtice Hicks, reporter
for the beautiful music. meeting at 9 p.m. regular Beach, Fla. Rev. W. J. Jack- and our many friends. There will be no services
Sister N. Green Is remind- service at 1 p.m.with sermonsby son, pastor The Great Union Associa- held Sunday. The church will

GEORGE CHAMPIONThe ing all members please reg- Rev E.Young,Rev G.Hun- You are invited to atend tion will convene at the Mt. attend the Ministers and Dea-
ister on Sunday. All membersmay ter and our pastor. Joint Watch Night service with us Pilgrim M.B. Church Decem- cons Union, convening at the
Missionary Society of receive their 1969 cards choirs and Joint ushers' will Tuesday, Dec. 31, service begins ber 25-29. And nur own brother 49th St. New Baptist Church.
Mt. Hermon, Mrs. Roberta and envelopes in the office of serve during this service.We at 9:30 p.m. Milbory will be ordained Rev. N. Stanley, host pastor.

Cherry president, is making the secretary.We are thankful to see Bro- If you come one time you will Sunday December 29at3:00 Services will resume as us-
special preparation for its extend our sympathy to ther Hanson Wallace worship- come again to our consecra- p.m. you are invited. Pray for ual in the New Year. Continueto
usual fifth Sunday morning Sister Green, Brother Tripp, ping with us again. Let us con tion hour of prayer, each Sun- the sick everywhere and world pray for the sick and shut-
,( services. and Sister White. The nephewof tinue to pray and visit all our day at 5 a.m.Continue peace. Merry Christmas to all ins, the bereaved throughoutthe
The Rev. George L. Cham- Brother Tripp and Sister sick and shut-ins. Our sympathy in prayer for those and a Happy New Year.Srownsville land.
pion of Atlanta, Georgia will deliver Green died last Sunday in Ft. to the family of the late who are sick, shut-in and be-

the sermon. Aside from Myers.We Sarah Butler. reaved. Visitors are always
Rev. Champion's pastorate,he are Inviting you to our Our pastor wishes to extend welcome. EOPI Has Xmas Party I
is director of Turner Theo- watch night service on Tues- New Year's greetings to each
) logical Seminary AME Dept., day night. We will begin this of you. Approximately 200 adults Akins for the most children

at Atlanta.He service at 10 p.m. Please NEW MT. MORIAH and children of the Browns- present at the party.Refreshments .
Is the son of Rev. and come out and help us to make GREATER NEWMACEDONIA ville community and the children prepared by

Mrs. George M. Champion,, this a great service. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor and staff of the Browns- the V.LP. Parent Club, were
Opa-locka. Don't forget to visit the sick Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Evelyn Souter, reporterThe ville Child Opportunity Center served and a film,Christmas
Friends are invited to worship and shut-ins. Willie Beard, reporterOur pastor is asking the en- had their annual Christmas Through the Ages",was shownin
i, with Mt. Hermon. A well annual WatchNightservices tire church to accompany him Social at the center last Fri- B u 1 ldingNo.3bythe
TEMPLE
planned service awaits you. BAPTISTA will beginat 8 p.m. on Sunday to Fort Lauderdale, day night. center's director, Mrs. Mar-
Merry Christmas to all where he will deliver the garet Darden.
New Year's Eve. The pastoris
CHRISTIAN our members and many 3 p.m. message for the union. While the parents decorateda Mrs. Marie Carl,Executive
asking all choirs deacons
,
tree
foot
friends. Please be at the church to 7 Christmas Director of the EOPI and Mrs.
'
FELLOWSHIP Temple is host to the Min- deaconesses, ushers,friends mem- leave at 2 p.m. There will not donated to the center by 7-11 Gwendolyn Cherry Browns-
and
bers visitors
,
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor isters an<. Deacons' Union of to out the old and be an evening service. Stores on the lawn of theCen- vile Area Director and Mr.
come singing
M. L. Nixon, reporterThe AtlantlcCoast Baptist Association praying in the New Year. The church's anniversary ter, the community sang Cherry and Mr.Harold Hines, I
pastor wishes to than) Rev. H. W. Moss, presi- There will be a Musical and will be the second Sunday in Christmas carols. Parent Involvement Specialistwith
his congregation and many dent, this weekend from Appreciation Program In behalf January.Our The highlights of the eveningwas the E 0 P I were also on I
friends for being so thoughtful Thursday night through Sun- of Deacon Henry Jefferson monthly conference Santa's arrival on his hand at the social. '
and attentive to him during day. The public is invited. president of Choir No. 2, Jan. 2, at 7:30 p.m. sleigh with gifts for all the The success of the
his stay in the hospital Watch services will Social is due to the
night on Friday, Jan. 17. This Is We wish our many friends children. Toys were donatedto Christmas i
Vow Day was a tremendous begin at 9:30 p.m. with prayer being sponsored by tta of- and members a Happy New the children of the center participation of the communityand
success and he and the lead meeting.Get ficers and members of Choir Year. Please pray for world and the community children. our benefactors. We extend
ers are grateful to the mem well wishes gotOMrs: No. 2.The. peace. Visitors are always There were games and a to each of them a Happy
bers. Many thanks to the pastors Rhona Hutchinson, Mrs. Eva welcome. prize was given to Mrs.Aretha Holiday season.

and congregation of Mt., Lawrence, Mrs. Elizabeth pastor officers and
Calvary and Mt. Sinai for let- Rolle, Mrs. Jane Her out, Mrs. ,
ting us come into their Blanche Major; Henry Wat- members wish you a very ST.. PAUL ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM, INC.
and prayerful New
churches for special services. kins, Rufus Cleare, T. Far- prosperous Year. Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor OF DADE COUNTY
Sunday School Is off to a rington, C. Sturrup. and Mrs Mary M. Amos, reporterThe
grand start with the new s u- Remelda Poltier. fifth Sunday is Mission Contact your nearest neighborhood center

perintendant Brother Russell THANKFUL ary Day, we are invited each Center Address
Howell. He Is urging all parents GRACE MISSIONARY and everyone to come out and Culmer-490 N.W. 11th Street
to please send their children -
enjoy the day with us.
Street
Brownsvllle-2741 N.W. 49th
743 NW 62nd Street
every Sunday.Coming with 6895 NW 14th Avenue All you ladies who are interested Liberty City-1900 N.W. 75th Street
them would also be Rev. C.T. Ramsey,pastor
appreciated. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Edna Troutman reporterThe in becoming a mem- Coconut Grova-3743 Grand Avenue'(Coconut Grove)
Once again we congratulatethe ber of the YPD's are asked to Perrine-17801 'Homestead Avenue (Perrine)
Get well wishes to the many Sunday School for fine pastor is asking all meet with the president Sun- John F. Kennedy-422 S.W. llth Avenue (Homestead)
members and friends to come
members bitten the "flu"bug.
by work. We enjoyed the Christ- day, at the church, 4 p.m. Opa Locka-2338 All Baba Avenue (Opa Locka)
On the sick list with us on Saturday Dec.28 to
are: Sis. ,
mas play :and party last Sun- All boards and clubs'whowill Edison Little River-7467 N.W. 7th Avenue
Estelle Allen Bethlehem Baptist Church in
and Brother
day evening. We salute the observe annual annivers- South Mlami-6581 S.W. !59th Place (South Miami)
Charles Jones. Pray for them staff and students for their Homestead and all membersto aries please confirm your
and others who are 111. please be with us for the
outstanding performances. dates before the church cal-
Ordination Services at 3
Our Watchnight service will p.m. ender goes to press.

JORDAN GROVE be on Tuesday night, Decem- on New Sunday Years, Dec. 29.service will Remember our sick and How to subscribeto
ber 31, from 10:30 to 12 mid- eve shut-ins and pray for their
Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor night begin at 10 p.m. all membersare recovery.

Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Members are urged to ply asked to please be presentat The Miami TimesJust
9 p.m. for business meet
Ministers and Deacons ,
their per capita as soon as

Union of the Seaboard Baptist possible. ing.The ZION HOPEOur ..... . .. v y _.".. ...........
Association to be held in Deer0. Remember you are always pastor, officers,and annual Sunday School r. .1
this and mail
complete
*field, Fla. beginning this Friday welcome at Grace. members wish all a Merry Christmas exercise will be i coupon to
night, 8 p.m.There will be Christmas and a Happy and held Thursday, December 26, The Miami Times ;
a musical program on this CALVARY Prosperous New Year.MT.CARMEL. 7 p.m 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147

Sunday night featuring the C Our pastor, officers and i
Lord C's. This program is Rev. S. Atchison, pastor members would like to wish ( ) One year $5.00
sponsored by both choirs and Phyllis Beal, reporter you and your family a Merry
male chorus. Watchnight meeting will be Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor Christmas and a Happy New ( ) Payment enclosed
Prayer meeting every Tuesday.The Louise McGriff, reporterWe Year. = ( ) Bill me later
Tuesday night, 7:30. Let us pastor, his family and. wish you and yours the The Church General Con- '
remember the sick all over, the members wish everyone a best for Christmas and a ference, Thursday, Jan. 2.All 0: NAME _-:: _

the land. Merry Christmas and Happy Happy New Year. members are urged to attend.: \ ADDRESS -: '- :
The Jordan Grove prayer, New Year. Let's pray for the sick and Continue in prayer for the ':.
band will meet at the home ol t We would like to take this shut-ins and those who have sick, shut-ins and those whc I CITY :_. j
Sis. and Bro. Scott this Saturday . space to extend a big thank lost some of their love ones. are bereaved.
at 8 p.m., 1520 NW 61, you message to the staff and Let's pray for the boys in Viet Bessie Williams reporterand STATE ZIP

Terrace. Brother Davis te I editors of The Miami Times. nam. Visitors are always Rev. Paul Freeman, is ...........................rrwrm.wav.vr..w...........................
president. Merry Christmas. welcome. pastor




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\ LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORSJ. the American news media swer questionnaires, no mat- 410; The Newark Evening
J EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANING H. COPELAND has revealed that 4.2% of the ter how worthy the subject. News, 56among 1,243The
4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS'TAILORS CONSTRUCTION Noting the Post's "traditional Cincinnati Enquirer, 10among
staffs of 388 newspapers,
Earl 2939 NW 48th T.rrace
, Edwards, Prop. & CLEANERS Alterations 634-6233 magazines and radio tele- position on minorities," she 950; The Chicago Sun-Times,
:' FUNERALDIRECTORS 1 Day 4842 Service NW 27th- Avenue Additions, Fla Rms, Baths vision broadcasters are Ne- added that "we make every 163 among 3,561; The Louisville -

' i 634.9251 The study was sponsoredby effort to practice whatwe Course r-Journal, 121
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REALTORSBROWN of B'nai B'rlthandtheCo-
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HENRY'S WINDOW SERVICE 4740 NW 7th Avenue The percentage, based on a disposed to let our coverageof 1,456.Of .
RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Install, Repair Windows, 754-0655 conducted between Negro life, civil rights the news services,United
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HOUSE OF SEAS ,
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BOUTIQUEAfroAsian PAINTING 696-3515 motion jobs out of a 40,582 find qualified ones. Li
Fashions FAYSON & FERGUSON total. Woody Klein, a former Mr. Gelb explained that the Newspaper Enterprise
Jewelry, PerfumesArts Private Homes our SpecialtyFree LORY'S FASHION SHOPS newspaper and television reporter Times does not keep employ- Association said "color is no
Crafts Estimates 6112 NW 7th Avenue ment statistics by race but bar. We have an ible? Negro
4409 NW 7th Avenue Martin W. Smith who was press secre-
371.5914 or 633.4765 tary to Mayor John V. Lind- said that from his own per- sir''agar ii ChI I Io. b i* black

ACCOUNTANTSE.O.CULMER say of New York, reports on sonal knowledge there are five people 'l't seem t to herd for
r issue of Negro reporters, one photographer 01:x business."
DON'T LOSE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE the survey in the Fall
Income Public Tax Accountant SR-22's Filed Pay as You Drive the Review, a quarterly published and 12 secretaries, Among broadcasters replies -
Notary news assistants or boys.
copy
633.3735 by the Columbia Uni- the National Broadcasting -
5264 NW 24th AvenueS. CALL 667-1443 versity Graduate School of Among magazines, Time Company advised that it
(for appointment Journalism.Mr. and Newsweek responded in does not release statistical
L. McNEAL detail to other questions but
Bookkeeping & Tax Service ALBERT GREENBERG AGENCY Klein said that the per- formation on minority group
1730 NW 57th Street centage of Negro employeeswould neither revealed figues on Ne- employment except at govern-
691.2114 5704 Bird Road have been ever lower if gro employment. Newsweek ment agency request. The Columbia -
Tropical Tag Agency said it was "aggressively
the survey had Included printers Broadcasting Company
pressmen and production seeking black newsmen. said "an affirmative approach
mydressmaker WE'VE MOVED!!! I personnel because of discriminatory Time said there has been a is necessary in hiring non-
I practices of some significant increase" in the whites" and added that Ne-
Magic City & Harlem Cabs craft unions. number of Negroes on the staff groes added to its office staff

Operating the Citgo Service Among other study findingswere since 1967. "themselves became our best
NEW Station these: Life magazine dl-1, not fill recruiters." The Westing-
6026 NW 7th Avenue 1501 NW 62 St. Executives believed that out die questionnaire but l.i a house Broadcasting Company-
New Exclusive' LOCATION coverage and understanding of separate statement by the Group said its attitude "has

t Ready to Wear NEW the Negro is generally inadequate managing editor, George P. been and will continue to be to
1 Popular Prices 696.6400 but that the mass media Hunt, who has been active in increase the number of mi-
Better dresses made to PHONF
measure' Alterations fast are beginning to provide better numerous meetings of journalists nority group individuals em-
and free, (Indef) DRIVERS WANTED communication between to improve racial cover- ployed and to train and motivate
I Full time or Part-time I blacks and whites. age, said it is "up to us, deliberately such people to assume any

I t I I Apply at Office There is still alackof and with sensitivity, job for which their profes-
1 analysis and interpretation in to lead white society into a sional competence qualifies

CAL'SRESTAURANTLOUNGE the news about Negro affairs, deeper comprehension" the them."
but organizationsare Negro's feeling of alienation
s o m e news
ACTION T.V. Sales & Service starting to depart from from society. He went on to showed Mr. Klein that the said media the have survey become -
traditional reporting methods. that journalists "are not
Home of Soul Food 1m- say aware of shortcomings"after
ported Beer and Wine Air GUARANTEED TO RELIEVE YOU The news media,in general, satisfied with the morality of decades of neglect."
look at themselves as havingfaned our profession as we practice
conditioned (for
s your com- OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE to keep demonstrationsand : it." jTliere are definite signs of

fort. REPAIR ALL MAKES ';1: riots in perspective.Most Cowles Communications, progress," Mr. Klein con

Owned and Operated by: FOREIGN AND AMERICAN news executives felt: which includes Look,reported cluded. He went on to say,how-

JAMES AND NEALIE MAE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE the media's role shouldbeob- 18 Negroes among 352 employees ever, that "only,when coy-.
YOUNGBLOOD jective, but should inform and I ; Business Week, four erage of Negroes in the United
(Dec.27)) STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE educate the public at the samtime. among 200; Harpers, five States, as we.'l: as stories about

CALL NOW: RECORDER among 40; Redbook, 10 among the relationships between
696-3381' 8626 NW 22 Ave. A majority of spokesmenfelt 103; the Saturday Evening blacks and whites,becomes an

SAVE UP TO 40% i their employees do not understand Post,five among 50;Commonweal every-day phenomenon and not
thoroughly the problems -, two among 17;the Saturday just 'special' will this country -

ON AUTO INSURANCE of we relations. Review, eight among 115; have arrived .It. point
Auto InsuranceLiability Most organizations claimed I The Nationone, Negro employee where prejudice willn> longer
Immediate SR-22 Filings they had non-discriminatory, of a small staff. exist in the mass media."

Physical Low Monthly Payments hiring policies, but only a few r Among newspapers, the St. Mr. Klein's Columbia Journalism -
DamageSR said they were involved in any r Louis Post Dispatch reported Review will be avail
22 FilingNo AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSED. positive programs to train and I 105 amoig 2,200; the Los An- able In pamphlet form from

One Refused hire Negro personnel. geles Times, six among 440; the Anti-Defamation League's
GOOD DRIVERSNo GOODMAN & SONS News executives want to Improve , The Portland Oregonian, four national headquaters, 315

Finance KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY racial coverage, but t among 1,043; The Akron Bea- Lexington Avenue, Nov York,
Chargeas Same location for two generations those who raised the questionof I con Journal, eight among 665; or the agency'28 regional of-
little as regulation or codes all objected -, The NashvilleTennesse.mnsix, fleas around the coir.Vt' .

15% OOWN 2688 NW, 62nd ST. Phone: 691-0380 to any form of censor-'among 104; The Charleston 35 cents per copy.
shin
AT SHELL'S CITY I
- ---ibe
study found that 61
(South Door) newspapers have 1,340 Negroes Entire Current Issue of Look

PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE among 26,688 employees -
I -- 4.7%. Sixteen magazines -
AGENCY
Phone:754-4951 STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER had 66 Negroes among Magazine Devoted To 'The

1,287, or 5.1%. Replies from
5941 NW 7th Avenue VET TVTED 311 radio and television
broadcasters revealed 337 Blacks & Whites' In AmericaNEW

FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET j Negroes among 12,627 em-
4Pell1lU ployees -- 2.7%. YORK.- -"It's not important lal issue. bridging the racial
FLORIST 379-7735 Among newspapers, The that a black man prove gap "still means turning black
Plortaer GIn IHOI'Miami. Washington Post reported the he's as good as a white man. people white," writes Good-

846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9T09 largest percentage o f black He is. What's important is man, "then the answer is no,
employees -- 388 of 1,850 or whether our societycanrespond probably never."

... I 20.9%. Fifty of the 388 are in a legitimate way to
issue deals
editorial employees. The the black man In any position." Look's special
4340 N. with all facets of
W. 7th Avo"oJ virtually
PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE Philadelphia Evening andSun- These are the words of
Mloml Florida
black-white relations and
reports -
/t WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY day Bulletin also reported a Richard Hatcher, the black
; twrCi'u f. t o a + CUSTOM MADE large number of Negro em- Mayor of Gary, Ind.Hatcher's that responsible white
J I- O words are quoted In the cur- men are beginning to build a
PLASTIC FURNITURE ;" ployees -- 259 of 2,200, or body of social consciousness
11.7%, with 48 of these edi- rent issue of Look Magazine,
-. SLIP COVERS
,.. allowing the to help
; torial employees. which is devoted entirely to Negro
CITSTAL CIIAIMIAVY himself to of the
a portion
"
ION.lA1TIN0 AUGI '. ; j1U Several newspapers, including the confrontation between American
dream.
fill MSUTANT The Wall Street Jour- blacks and whites in America
I .ruuvUARANTIID ,.. nal, the New York Post and The today, and they reflect the is- Concludes the magazine:

I IIMfMIUU-*. eod d r 'icN.1d tl.le. 1 New York Times, gave no employee sue's central theme. "Progress is relative Li the
W. O. Nny INI' MlMTItltll r" alt or d figures Warren H. Working within that theme, black and white story.Insome
WE WIRE FLOWERS tIMIM lll l HUM PAIt11MATlf et 3 1 1;. Phillips, executive editor of the editors of Look sought ways we know there is a widen-

Cs AI sin SPECIALIZING .. CAU The Wall Street Journal, said to find difficult answers to the ing gap between the two races.
ANYWHERE eIe i it IIM IN PLASTIC Do, oA could be Critically important question
In others
..-" SUP COVERS NIGHT coverage Improved : we become more
#' EXCLUSIVELY r "By thoughtfully examiningthe Can America's blacks and and more aware of the drama
Cod. 305 problems behind the ten- whites work together bridge tic change that every day is
of Gretchen
i 754-8061 House sions and by presenting the the racial gulf between them? handing the American Negrohis
: viewpoints of all sides." Mrs. One answer is provided by long overdue and"Inalien-
Call anytime 24 hour service 374-5082 Dorothy Schiff Negro writer George Goldman able'
: r 758-4371 publisher of rights -- and with these,
l the New York Post, said the who co-edited the spec- his
e ., ', '" __-. .:t.

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. December 27, 1968 23 _


CLASSIFIED ADS Afric Mother: Has Quads To Add


To Quints
20 WORDS OR LESS 52.00. IUU FOR EACH .
ADDITIONAL -
DEADLINE FOR WORD.: LOU R E N C O MARQUES, and are now healthy children. tangua,has five other children
CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Mozambieaue-A -year-old Besides the eight. Mrs.Mu- including a set of twins.rll' .

African housewife who four

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT birth years to ago quadruplets had quintuplets early gave Saturday STORE CLERKS

WASHINGTON PARK FHA $900 down, like new, 4 Nice furnished room. 774 NW in Holy Soul Hospital We hove many ope"a.1It;
bedroom, 2 bath, CBS pool and 41st Street. Rear 2nd floor. here. I stores throughout Dvde County
new 3 bedroom 1 bath, car- patio. Built-in kitchen awning end in the South Broword aria.Ye1 .
A-l condition. Doctors said the quads,
will be trained
Vets $200 down $120 windows thoroughly
port, terrazzo floors, ex- about one month premature, in convenience store operation.
month. See 1438 NE 152 St. tra large lot with sprinklers 2 bedroom CBS house. $27 have a good chance of survi- Ifi!: 'H.) ". and wil be paid while training.
s t You will-have.n, excellent Opportunity for rapid advancement -
TU87583. em
y near
Elementary week. $50 deposit.Apply 2328- val. The mother, Mrs. Clara with our company. We offer 6.day
(Jan. 3)) school, bus and Northside 30 NW 80th Street. Felisberto Mutangua;from the work week permanent year 'round employment, and
shopping center. TUBIN Real- fringe benefit including an excellent .lit
small village of Zavala in this many pi
16 lots, TRUMAN City, westof tors. 7906 NW 7th (harm* plan. Applications token doily front 9 to & at
airport. Call 7581872.Jan. Ave. 691- 1 bedroom home, adults only, Portuguese East African the Mowing location
( 24)) 4785. unfurnished, close to school territory, was term in excellent .ELEVEN STORES
FHA $8 d00 own,$118.76 month bus, stores. City water, $25a condition. 7 1770 E.4th. Ave. o Huleah.
LIKE NEW modern duplex, 2 bedroom week, vicinity NW 22nd Ave. The births lasted 20 minutes. 1237 Sunset Dr. (S.W.72 St.) e$,. Miami

CBS -$400 DOWN each side, tile roof, terrazzo and 51st Street. 691-4668. The babies, three boys and a .. 19520 N.W.2nd Ave. (Rt.441) .N.. Miami
3020 NW 58th Street floor jalousie windows, appli- girl weighing between four

2 bedroom, separate dining ances for both apartments, HELP WANTED pounds six ounces and four
room, modern kitchen, utility large corner lot.TUBIN Real- pounds, were placed in an
room. tors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- TRUCK MECHANIC incubator.On WAGE EARNING CLASSES
4785. Permanent job with secure future Nov. 14, 1964, Mrs. Mu- Available for
with international com- tanqua birth to quin
2380 NW 141st Street - gave HOMEMAKERSLindsey
3 bedroom, oak floors, large CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no pany. Excellent benefit pro- tuplets. Four of them survived
qualifying gram. Prefer applicant with Hopkins Education Centerfor
kitchen, dining room utility or closing cost!
room, large lot. SEE Call Small down payment.Open 1p.m. -5 established residency. Good Louis Martin information Phone 350-3231
2920 NW 157th St.Owner work references required.For .
693-2631. Alterations Ladies
531-3184 or 371-1905. interview appointmentcall ( Ready to Wear) Mon.

Sealtest Foods, 17707 N. Resigns DNC Custom Drapery Making Mon.
2 bedroom home, newly renovated Beautiful also Mon. Thurs. 7-10
5 bedroom, 2 bath Miami Ct. 625-0411. &
water close in $500
city home, can be divided for in- an equal opportunity employer Gourmet Party Foods Thurs.
down $80 month vicinityNW
per CBS tile roof MinoritiesDivision
come. ,terrazzo (CJan.10)MA )
22nd Ave. and 51stStreet.
floors, FHA terms. $21,000 Shirt presser, experienced,
691-4668.
$1500 down $135 month. good pay, steady work. Chief
. . . . SAND BAR CLEANERS
Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2 bed- Large 2 bedroom, 1 bath,Fla. 17304 COLLINS AVE. Washington, D. C.-Louis : LAUNDRY HELP
rooms, 1 bath each side, cor- room, living room, dining 945-7101 Martin a key figure in Demo- Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good

ner lot, fenced yard, patio, room, kitchen, excellent loca- cratic activities over many wages. Production bonus. Excellent company -

barbecue wall carpet pit, sprinkler built-in,oven wallto tion, FHA t e r m s. $13,000, ADULTS RETIREES years is stepping down after benefits, paid vacation, permanent job.

range. Must see., FHA $900 $800 down, $115 month pays SCHOOL BOYS eight years as the Democratic Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings.No!
all. NEED MONEY? National Committee's Deputy
down $128 month. Atlanticand phonecalls please. National Linen Service.
CARLTON REALTY, Broker Try a Miami Herald news- Chairman in charge of the Mi-
Pacific Realtor, 666-0411 693-4772 paper route. For information norities and Nationalities Di- 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.

AUTOMOBILE call. 3502487. Mr.Bennett or vision.

FHA $450 down,$90.10 month, Buick Invicta 1962, power Mr. Clemons. Mr. Martin has headed the

2 bedroom CBS Florida room, brakes, steering, windows, Division since November,
FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
awnings, large fenced lot, factory air, heater, new tires MALE OR FEMALE 1960, when the newly-elected
close in. Tubin Realtor 7906 radio, low milage, one owner. Silk and wool presser,experi- President John F.Kennedy Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.
NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. Perfect condition. $300. 531- enced only. 120 and 24?. Call asked him to accept the post. Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation,

3184 or 538-7676 945-7161. (Indef.) Prior to that, Mr. Martin, at permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18

FHA $9,500 total price $300 AUTOMOBILE candidate Kennedy's request, or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls

down. $63.52 a month, 2 bed- 1965 Chevy Malibu, 2 door, SCELLANEOUS had handled press relationsfor please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW

room CBS close In.TUBIN hardtop, automatic, factory Draperies taken don, the DNC's Minorities DI- 1st Ave. Ask for Mr. Findley.
Realtor 7906 NW 7th Ave: 691- air, power steering, radio, 1 cleaned, decorator folded and vision during the 1960 cam

4785. owner, A-1 condition. $1,195. rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery paign.

call 945-0982. Service, 887-8022. (indef) MEDICAL SECRETARYOR IRIiBtlll lllRIEIHIiHNglNilllifilli9ltlifff ... intimiiiiiiimmiiigniminttii



'King Realty Inc. of Miami HOUSE FOR SALE N.E. DOCTORS age limit RECEPTIONISTNo excellent income Help WantedCooks

King Slle REALTORS 8000 NW 7th FHA $450 DOWN keep present Job while
DADE training. For free informa-
COL'NTY
Ave. Anyone can buy. 2 bedroom Cashiers
ISOUR tion, mail coupon to ,
KINGDOM CBS home. Lot
66x138. Many extras.
ALFA 905 Buena Vista Sta Hostesses
J. K. REALTY Realtors ,
tion Miami, Fla. 33137
643289 I ILffTlZTw 947-7571 NAME
Waitresses Waiters
ADDRESS ,


CITY Salad-Girls, Bus Girls,
A-I LABORNO

FEE PAIDDAILY STATE Utility WorkersGood
Drivers, Men with cart,
Fork lift, Laborers, Ware PHONE AGEdec-
housemen. 5i30 27
Open a.m. -
fringe benefits,
195 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE A-J

Gorgeous corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, EMPLOYMENTRestaurant For Sole N. W. paid vacation, year round
double down $600 dp vets.
carport, FHA. $1,000 Hotel Reduced
Sprinklers, well and pump. Domestic, Factory employmentAPPLY

534 N. MIAMI AVENUE $850.00 DOWN
"* NO QUALIFYING *** 236 NW 40th STREET
:

1050 NW 91 STREET

2 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, utility room, only 2 F.Jroom:bedroom 1 both Dobbs Houses
$111 SOUTHERN garage
month for this bargain. $110 month pay all
BELL 9 A.M.-5 P. M.
__
3145 NW 193 TERRACE
KLEINMAN REALTY
Beautiful 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting, NEEDS BROKER MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

central heat, Fla room, built-in range and oven, TELEPHONEOPERATORS 221.5314 CONCOURSE #4

garage, awnings, well, pump and sprink.'trs.: $102 I IIIIIUlIDIUUIIIHIIID1l11 llllnnmmmmuwmlllMlnJlWlllfBUllulllllllllulllllllnem! '
month pays all.
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APPLY - - -
Ian NW 93rd TERRACE Monday-Friday 1'1' 1

2 bedroom, stove-refrigerator, well and pump, 345 N. E. 2nd Avenue 1 I II
8325 N. E. 2nd Avenue I
fenced. Low down payment. 9101 S. W. 24th Street

BUILDING AND EXTRA LOT 8157 NW 22 AVE Equal Downtown h Day Opportunity Saturday Location Employer A.Open M. : WANTED ,

Restaurant equipment already in.Call us for term I. r .

Will rent with option to buy.
ROUTE SALESMAN : MEN ::1

1460 NW 19 STREET Good starting salary plus

Grocery Store. $225 month with living quarters in Com mi i Is sion. Progressive

back. salary increases, unlimited VARIOUS POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR FULL TIME DEPEND-
promotional opportunities, t
ABLE MEN. FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CONTACT PER-
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 !HOUR SERVICE 5 day week, paid holidays I
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE A3 $100 DOWN and i paid vacations, good SONNEL DEPT., NORTH MIAMI GENERAL HOSPITAL, 1101 N. E. I
We dis- pension plan, free life insurance 127th STREET, N. MIAMI,891-3550.MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
specialize in homes for persons being and free hospital
placed In Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing insurance. Apply: National 8:30: A.M. TO 4 P. M. I II

Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify. Linen Service, 1950 NW I

You're only a phonecall away. 1st Avenue.
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 27, 1968

Black Employees Moving




Into America News Media

-- -
A study of race relationsand paper has a policy not to answer (W. Va.) Gazette, five among
LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORSJ. the American news media questionnaires, no mat- 410; The Newark Evening

EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEAN! NG H. COPELAND has revealed that 4.2% of the ter how worthy the subject. News, 56 among 1,243The;
4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS'TAILORS CONSTRUCTION Noting the Post's "traditional Cincinnati Enquirer, 10 among
Earl Edwards 2939 NW 48th Terrace staffs of 388 newspapers,
Prop. & CLEANERS Alterations 634.6233 magazines and radio television position on minorities," she 950; The Chicago Sun-Times,
FUNERALDIRECTORS 1 Day 4842 Service NW 27th- Avenue Additions, Flo Rms, Baths broadcasters are Ne added that "we make every 163 among 3,561; The Louis

634.9251 gro. The study was sponsoredby effort to practice what we ville C our ie r-Journal, 121
the Anti-Defamation Lea preach." The New York among 2,000; The

MANKER-MILTON REALTORSBROWN gue of B'nai B'rith and the Columbia Times' metropolitan editor, Charlotte Observer, 71 among
15th
6701 NW Avenue
691.9151 WINDOW REPAIR REALTY Journalism Review. Arthur Gelb, said the paper is 850; Newsday, L.I., 61 among

HENRY'S WINDOW SERVICE 4740 NW 7th Avenue The percentage, based on a disposed to let our coverageof 1,456.Of .
RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Install, Repair Windows, 754.0655 conducted between Negro life, civil rights the news services,United
survey
MORTUARY Operators, Screen, Glass of this problems, race :relations and Press! International said it had
5253 NW 7th Avenue Licensed, Free Estimates March and August year,
754.0681 or 754.0682IMPORT.EXPORT 635.9869 DRESS SHOPS represents 1,743 Negro white so on speakfor Itself."He said 15 Negroes among 1,700 employees

PATRICIA'S, INC. collar workers in editorial, the Times is adding Negroes to Associated Press
5843 NW 17th Avenue advertising business and pro- its staff as rapidly as we can said it did not care to participate -
HOUSE OF 7 SEAS ,
BOUTIQUEAfroAsian PAINTING 696.3515 motion jobs out of a 40,582 find qualified ones." Li ie survey. The Na.ti.J13,1

Fashions FAYSON & FERGUSON total. Woody Klein, a former Mr. Gelb explained that the Newspaper Euterprise
Jewelry, PerfumesArts Private Homes our SpecialtyFree LORY'S FASHION SHOPS newspaper and television reporter Times does not keep employ Association said "color is no
Crafts Estimates 6112 NW 7th Avenue ment statistics by race but bar. We have an .able T' Negro
who was secretary -
4409 NW 7th Avenue Martin W. Smith press
371-5914 or 633.4765 to Mayor John V. Lind- said that from his own per s/rjgar' Li Chi 'llJ. b i* black

ACCOUNTANTSE.O.CULMER say of New York, reports on sonal knowledge there are five people ,ioit seem ti) lead for
aP issue of Negro reporters, one photographer o';r business."
DON'T LOSE YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE the survey in the Fall
Income Public Tax Accountant SR-22's Filed Pay as You Drive the Review, a quarterly published and 12 secretaries, Among broadcasters replies -
Notary news assistants or copy boys.
633.3735 by the Columbia University the National Broadcasting
5264 NW 24th AvenueS. CALL 667-1443 Graduate School of Among magazines, Time Company advised that it
for appointment Journalism.Mr. and Newsweek responded in does not release statistical information -
L. McNEAL detail to other questions but
Bookkeeping & Tax Service ALBERT GREENBERG AGENCY Klein said that the per on minority group
1730 NW 57th Street centage of Negro employeeswould neither revealed figues on Negro employment except at govern
5704 Bird Road
691.2114 have been ever lower if employment. Newsweek ment agency request. The Columbia -
Tropical Tag Agency the survey had included printers said it was "aggressively Broadcasting Company

pressmen and production seeking black newsmen. said "an affirmative approach
my I personnel because of dis- Time said there has been a is in
WE'VE MOVED!!! necessary hiring non.whites" -
criminatory practices of some significant increase" in the and added
that
Negroes
dressmaker I Magic City & Harlem Cabs craft unions. number of Negroes on the staff added to its office staff

Operating the Citgo Service Among other study findingswere since 1967. "themselves became our best
Station Life magazine dH not fill
NEW these: recruiters." The Westing-
6026 NW 7th Avenue 1501 NW 62 rLOCATION Executives believed that out die questionnaire: but i.i a house Broadcasting Company-

New Exclusive' coverage and understanding of separate statement by the Group said its attitude "has
.
Ready to Wear NEW the Negro is generally inade- managing editor, George P. been and will continue to be to
,1 Popular Prices I 696.6400 quate, but that the mass media Hunt, who has been active in increase the number of minority
Better dresses made to PHONF
msasur '. Alterations fast are beginning to provide better numerous meetings of journalists group: individuals employed
and free, ((jndef) DRIVERS WANTED communication between to Improve racial cover and to train and moti
Full time or Part-time 'I blacks and whites. age, said it is "up to us, deliberately vate such people to assume any

I Apply at Office There is still alackof and with sensitivity, job for which their professional
tj analysis and interpretation in to lead white society into'deeper a competence qualifies

GAL'SRESTAURANTLOUNGE the news about Negro affairs, comprehension"of the them."
but s o m e news organizationsare Negro's feeling of alienation
ACTION T.V. Sales & Service starting to depart from from society. He went on to showed Mr. Klein that the said media the have survey become
traditional reporting methods. that journalists "are not
Imported say
Home of Soul Food aware of shortcomings"after
and Air The news media,in general, satisfied with the morality of
Beer Wine GUARANTEED TO RELIEVE YOU decades of neglect."
look at themselves as having; our profession as we practice
for
S conditioned your com OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE ) There definite of
failed to keep demonstrationsand :: it. are signs t
fort. REPAIR ALL MAKES riots in perspective.Most Cowles Communications, progress," Mr. Klein con-

Owned and Operated by! FOREIGN AND AMERICAN news executives felt: which includes Look,reported cluded. He went on to say,how

JAMES AND NEALIE MAE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE the media's role should be objective 18 Negroes among 352 em- ever, that "only :when coy?.
YOUNGBLOOD but should inform and I ployees; Business Week, four erage of Negroes in the United I
(Dec.27)) STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE educate the public at the samtime. among 200; Harpers, five States, as wel! as stories about

CALL NOW: RECORDER among 40; Redbook, 10 among the relationships batween

696-3381! 8626 NW 22 Ave. A majority of spokesmenfeit i 103; the Saturday Evening blacks and whites,becomes an

SAVE UP TO 40% their employees do not understand . Post,five among 50;Commonweal every-day pheaulnenonandnot
thoroughly the problems . two among 17;the Saturday just 'special' will this country -

ON AUTO INSURANCE of race relations. Review, eight among 115; have arrived it. poiat
Auto InsuranceLiability Most organizations claimed I The Nationone Negro employ- where prejudice willao longer
Immediate SR-22 Filings they had nondiscriminatoryhiring r ee of a small staff. exist: in the mass media."

Physical Low Monthly Payments policies, but only a few' Among newspapers, the St. Mr. Klein's Columbia Journalism
DamageSR said they were involved roan Y Louis Post Dispatch reported Review will be available
22 FilingNo AUTO TAGSDRIVERSLICENSE positive programs to train and> 105 a mo.ig 2,200; the Los An- in p-imphtet !Corm from

One Refused hire Negro personnel. geles Times, six among 440; the Antl-Delamatlon Leijrue's
GOOD DRIVERS D. GOODMAN & SONS News executives want to im. The Portland Oregonian, four national headquaters, 315

No Finance KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY prove racial coverage, but t t among 1,043; The Akron Bea- Lexington Aveaue, Nov York:,
Chargeas Same location for two generations those who raised the questionof t con Journal, eight among 665; or the agency's 28 regional of-
little as regulation or codes all objected . The Nashville Tennessean,six ficss around the coir.Vy" ;t

15% OOWN?' 2688 NW 62nd ST.. Phone: 691.0380 to any form of censor. among 104; The Charleston 35 casts per copy.
ship.
AT SHE LL'S CITY -- -
--
The study found that 61
(South Door) newspapers have 1,340 Negroes , Entire Current Issue of Look

PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE among 26,688 employees

.. 4.7%. Sixteen
magazines
Phone:754-4951 AGENCY STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER had 66 Negroes among Magazine Devoted To 'The

1,287, or 5.1%. Replies from
5941 NW 7th Avenue VET TVTED 311 radio and television
broadcasters revealed 1 337 Blacks & Whites' In AmericaN

FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET Negroes among 12,627 employees
4PWU .. 2.7%. YORK.-"It's not important lal issue. bridging the racial
FLORIST 379-7735 Among newspapers, The that a black man prove gap "still means turning black
Mlnnl Florid urn IIfOO Washington Post reported the he's as good as a white man. people white," writes Goodman

846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 largest percentage o f black He is. What's important is "then the answer is no,
r employees u 388 of 1,850 or whether our society can respond probably never.ftLook's

.. 20.9%. Fifty of the 388 are in a legitimate way to t
editorial employees. The the black man in any position." special issue deals
4340 N. W. 7th Avenue with virtually all facets of
Miami" ,, Florida PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE Philadelphia Evening and Sunday These are the words of
and
black-white relations
WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY Bulletin also reported a Richard Hatcher, the black reports -

:' t o + CUSTOM MADE large number of Negro employees Mayor of Gary, Ind.Hatcher's that responsible white

I.J: y Sg PLASTIC FURNITURE .;" .. 259 of 2,200, or words are quoted in the cur body men are of social beginning consciousness to build a I;

11,7%, with 48 of these editorial rent issue of Look Magazine,
-. SUP COVERS
,.. t
P ;C ; employees. which is devoted entirely to allowing the Negro to help I
e CITSTAl CUM himself to of the !
a portion
'. the confrontation
MAVT AUGI Several newspapers, including between
S LONG LASTING 4, k! American dream.
rill RlilSTANT i The Wall Street Jour blacks and whites in America
roar
UAIANTIIO s. wit A.rI nal, the New York Post and The today, and they reflect the is- Concludes the magazine:

Mil**ft.IMIF o New York Times, gave no em- sue's central theme. "Progress is relative in the
W. O. r."r mnui ire I' wj.a' /t trt t ployee figures. Warren H. Working within that theme, black and white story. In some

rRle ll11A/ATIl n Phillips, executive editor of the editors of Look soughtto ways we know there is a widening
WE WIRE FLOWERS
e -, ANYWHERE S Pm VTTIM SLIP IN PLASTIC COVERS sAr NIGNI o1 coverage could be improved critically important question: others, we become more
( EXCLUSIVELY I rr "By thoughtfully examiningthe Can America's blacks and and more aware of the dramatic
Cod. 305 problems behind the tensions whites work together bridge change that every day is
ol Gretchcn
j 754-8061 House and by presenting the the racial gulf between them? handing the American Negrohis
viewpoints of all sides." Mrs. One answer is provided by long overdue and"inalien
758-43.71 Call anytime 24 hour service 374-5082 Dorothy Schiff, publisher of Negro writer George Good- able' rights u and with these,
the New York man who co-edited the his -
Post, said the spec- self-respect.
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. December V, 1968 23 _

CLASSIFIED ADS African z Mot her Has Quads To Add


QuintsL
To
1- 20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00.) IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL
DEADLINE FOR -:10RD. MARQUES, and are now healthy children. tanguahas five other children
CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Mozambieaue-A -year-old Besides the eight, Mrs.Mu- including a set of twins. I

African housewife who four .
.
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT birth years to ago quadruplets had quintuplets early gave Saturday r i' STORE CLERKSWe

WASHINGTON PARK FHA $900 down, like new, 4 Nice furnished room. 774 NW in Holy Soul Hospital have many openings ;in our
bedroom, 2 bath, CBS pool and 41st Street. Rear, 2nd floor. here. l stores throughout Dade County
new 3 bedroom 1 bath, car- patio. Built-in kitchen awning A-1 condition. Doctors said the quads, : end in the South troword aria.
Yo-i will be trained
port, Vets $200 down $120 windows, terrazzo floors extra .,. thoroughly
about one month premature, if* convenience store operation.
.
month. See 1438 NE 152 St. large lot with sprinklers 2 bedroom CBS house. $27 have a good chance of survi- .. end *iR be poi'd whit training.
TU87583.. y s t em, near You wdi have. en excellent opportunity for rapid advancement .
Elementary week.
$50 deposit.Apply 2328- val. The mother, Mrs. Clara with our company. We offer o 6-day
(Jan. 3)) school, bus and Northside 30 NW 80th Street. Felisberto Mutangua,from the work week permanent year 'round employment and
shopping center. TUBIN Real small village of Zavala this many fringe benefit including an excellent profit
16 lots, TRUMAN City, westof tors. 7906 NW 7th sharing plan. Applications token daily from 9 to 3 at
Ave. 691- 1 bedroom home adults East African
airport. Call 7581872.Jan. only, Portuguese the following location
( 24) 4785. unfurnished, close to school territory, was term in ex- .ELEVEN STORES
FHA $800 down,$118.76 month bus, stores. City water, $25a cellent condition. 7 1770 E.4th Ave. Hlallah
LIKE NEW modern duplex, 2 bedroom week, vicinity NW 22nd Ave. The births lasted 20 minutes. C237 Sunset Dr. (S.W.72 St.)o$.. Miami

CBS $400 DOWN each side, tile roof, terrazzo and 51st Street. 691-4668. The babies, three boys and a 1920 NW.'2nd Ave. (Rt..441)) a Ns. Miami
3020 NW 58th Street floor jalousie windows, appliances girl weighing between four

2 bedroom, separate dining for both apartments, HELP WANTED pounds six ounces and four
room, modern kitchen, utility large corner lot.TUBIN Real pounds, were placed in an
room. tors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- TRUCK MECHANIC incubator.On WAGE EARNING CLASSES
4785. Permanent Job with secure future Nov. 14, 1964, Mrs. Mu- Available for
with international com- tanqua birth to quin
2380 NW 141st Street - gave HOMEMAKERSLindsey
3 bedroom, oak floors, large CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no pany. Excellent benefit program tuplets. Four of them survived
kitchen, dining room utility qualifying or closing cost! prefer applicant with Hopkins Education Centerfor

room, large lot. SEE Call Small down payment.Open 1p.m. -5 established residency. Good Louis Martin information Phone 350.3231
2920 NW 157th St.Owner work references required.For .
6932631. Alterations Ladies
531-3184 or 371-1905. interview appointmentcall ( Ready to Wear) Mon.

Sealtest Foods, 17707 N. Resigns DNC Custom Drapery Making Mon.
2 bedroom home, newly reno- Beautiful 5 bedroom, 2 bath Miami Ct. 625-0411. also Mon. & Thurs. 7-10
water close in $500
vated, city home, can be divided for in- an equal opportunity employer Gourmet Party Foods Thurs.
down $80 month vicinityNW
per CBS tile roof MinoritiesDivision
come. ,terrazzo (Jan.10)MALE )
22nd Ave. and 51st Street.
I
floors, FHA terms. $21,000 Shirt presser, experienced,
6914668.
$1500 down $135 month. good pay, steady work. Chief
* * * * SAND BAR CLEANERS
Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2 bed- LAUNDRY
HELP
Large 2 bedroom, 1 bath,Fla. 17304 COLLINS AVE. Washington, D. C.- Louis
rooms, 1 bath each side, cor- room, living room, dining 945-7161 Martin a key figure in Democratic Loaders, pullers, extractor operators. Good
ner lot, fenced yard, patio,
room, kitchen, excellent loca- activities over many wages. Production bonus. Excellent com-

barbecue wall carpet pit, sprinkler built-in,oven wallto tion, FHA ter ms. $13,000, ADULTS RETIREES years is stepping down after pany benefits, paid vacation, permanent job.

range. Must see., FHA $900 $800 down, $115 month pays SCHOOL BOYS eight years as the Democratic Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No
all. NEED MONEY? National Committee's Deputy
down $128 month. Atlanticand phonecalls please. National Linen Service.
CARLTON REALTY, Broker Try a Miami Herald news- Chairman in charge of the Mi-
Pacific Realtor, 666-0411 693-4772 paper route. For Informationcall. norities and Nationalities Di- 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.

AUTOMOBILE 350-2487. Mr.Bennett or vision.

FHA $450 down,$90.10 month, Buick Invlcta 1962, power Mr. Clemons. Mr. Martinhasheadedthe
2 bedroom CBS Florida room, brakes, steering, windows, Division since November,
FEMALE
LAUNDRY
awnings, large fenced lot, factory air, heater, new tires MALE OR FEMALE 1960, when the newly-elected HELP
Silk and wool experi- President John F.Kennedy Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.
close in. Tubin Realtor 7906 radio, low milage, one owner. presser,
NW 7th Ave. 6914785.FHA Perfect condition. $300. 531- enced only. 12$ and 24$. Call asked him to accept the post. Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation,
3184 or 538-7676 ? 945-7161. (Indef.) Prior to that, Mr. Martin, at permanent job. Production bonus. Must be 18

$9,500 total price $300 AUTOMOBILE candidate Kennedy's request, or over. Apply in mornings. No phone calls
down. $63.52 a month, 2 bed- 1965 Chevy Malibu, 2 door, MISCELLANEOUS had handled press relationsfor please. National Linen Service. 1950 NW (

room CBS close in.TUBIN hardtop, automatic, factoryair Draperies taken down, the DNC's Minorities Di- 1st Ave. Ask for Mr. Findley.
Realtor 7906 NW 7th Ave: 691- power steering, radio, 1 cleaned, decorator folded and vision during the 1960 campaign. -

4785. owner, A-I condition. $1,195 rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery .

-- call 945-0982. Service_ 8878022. (Indef)) MEDICAL SECRETARYOR wuiwwMim! UllllllftlrHfffCnlUmWlIlIlIIlIUWIHH) lIIlHllmlUI



King Realty, Inc. of Miami HOUSE FOR SALE N.E. No DOCTORS age limit RECEPTIONIST, excellent income Help Wanted

King SIze Buys" ALTORS 8000 NW 7th FHA $450 DOWN keep present Job while
DADE training. For free informa-
IS OUR COUNTY A ve. Anyone can buy. 2 bedroom tion, mail coupon to Cooks, Cashiers,
KINGDOM, CBS home. Lot
66x138. Many extras.J. .
ALFA 905 Buena Vista sta- Hostesses
CALL K. REALTY, Realtors tion Miami, Fla. 33137 =

6Q3.2II91 947-7571 NAME Waitresses Waiters

I ADDRESS ,

1 1I I CITY Salad-Girls, Bus Girls,

A-l LABOR

1 NO FEE PAID DAILY STATE Utility WorkersGood
Driven, Men with cars,
Fork lift, Laborer., Wore- PHONE AGEdec -
housemen. Open 5t30 a.m. 27
fringe benefits,
195 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE A-l

Gorgeous corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, EMPLOYMENTRestaurant For Sole N. W. paid vacation, year round
double carport, FHA. $1,000 down, $600 dp vets. Hotel Reduced
Sprinklers, well and pump. Domestic, Factory employmentAPPLY

534 N. MIAMI AVENUE $850.00 DOWN
*.. NO QUALIFYING ". 236 NW 40th STREET
:

1050 NW 91 STREET

2 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, utility room, only 2 F:bedroom. room 1 bath Dobbs Houses
garage
$111 SOUTHERN
month for this bargain. $110 month pay all

BELL 9 A.M. 5 P. M. ...
3145 NW 193 TERRACE
KLEINMAN REALTY
Beautiful 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting, NEEDS BROKER MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
central heat, Fla room, built-in range and oven, TELEPHONEOPERATORS 221.5314 CONCOURSE ##4

garage, awnings, well, pump and sprinkitrs.: $102 ...'""11..."'.....""""'.......'".._..........._.._.. .'''......'..._11I"". ,
month pays all. 'IUUUUil&UIUWlWUUIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIUIWWlUIIIIIIUII "UIUIUIUUllWIUIIIUIIIIUIIIII

1877 NW 93rd TERRACE Monday-Friday APPLY

2 bedroom, itove-refrlgerator, well and pump, 345 N. E. 2nd Avenue
8325 N. E. 2nd Avenue
fenced. Low down payment. 9101 S. W. 24th Street [TTDTJ
Downtown Location Open

BUILDING AND EXTRA LOT 8151 NW 22 AVE Equal)Yi Day Opportunity Saturday Employer A. M.

Restaurantequipment alr.adyln.Call us for term I.

Will rent with option to buy.
ROUTE SALESMANGood MEN

1460 NW 19 STREET starting salary plus

Grocery Store. $225 month with living quarters in Com m i Iialon. Progressive

back. salary increases, unlimited VARIOUS POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR FULL TIME DEPEND-
promotional opportunities,
ABLE MEN. FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CONTACT PER-
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR! SERVICE 5 day week, paid holidaysand
paid vacations, good SONNEL DEPT., NORTH MIAMI GENERAL HOSPITAL, 1101 N. E.
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE A5 $100 DOWNWe \
dis- pension plan, free life insurance 127th STREET H. MIAMI, 891-3550. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY,
specialize in homes for persons being and free hospital
placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami' Housing insurance. Apply: National 8:30: A.M. TO 4 P. M.

Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify. Linen Service, 1950 NW
You're only a phonecall away. 1st Avenue.






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