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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 3, 1969
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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50 fellowships for Black Veterans :I

The Woodrow Wilson 000 from the Rockefeller Raymond Richardson, direc- :
*rt 0L National Fellowship Founda- Foundation. tor, at the W o o d r o w Wilson ,
tion today announced 50 new Requests for application foundation, Box 642, prince- ,JH
Martin Luther King Jr. Fel- blanks can be addressed to ton, N.J. '>'
lowships for black veterans of 1

military service. Teacher Dies Suddenly ,j,1
Those eligible to competefor

4" : the scholarships are vet- Mrs. Betty Sutton Smiley, a -
L who bachelor's degrees
erans hold prominent teacher at North f
and to in law
plan serve ,
r Dade Junior High School died
medicine, education, journalism December 30 at Cedars of Lebanon -
social worklibrary 'firtl I
Hospital.Mrs. f
Hundreds Attend Champburger OpeningMuhammad science, the ministry,or business Smiley was !graduateof
political, organization.
Booker T. Washington High
All's Champburger chain hit the local scene with a bang last School and Florida A&M Uni- I ,
Women but the
are eligible
Saturday morning when hundreds of Miamians turned out for the grand openingof fellowships are primarily for versity, a member of Delta
Sigma Theta Sorority the M
the first Champburger Restaurant at NW 62nd St. and 17th Avenue. The men'under 30 who recently Dade County Classroom .,j

champ ,was there in fine form cracking jokes, with comedian Flip Wilson and finished or will soon finish Teachers Association, and J-
other local dignitaries. new food products were well received and crowds their military service.The many other organizations in t
continue to flock in. (See story on page 3)). Jackson photo. fellowship by grants program totaling$550 supported -, the community. At Florida
A&M, Mis. Smiley graduatedwith ...
a major inspeech'therapyand '
was listed in "Who's Who -

I FAMU Cage Star Held' In Armed Robberies Among Colleges Students and America" BETTY SMILEY ,

The Miami ,
Community remains Survivors include a
TAMPA-David Lee Wright, scorer, and two other' young with robberies at a plush Monday. overcome with grief husband, Levon; two
. Florida A4M top basketball athletes have been charged Tampa motel, police reported Police Capt, Jim Downum and shock at the untimely deathof daughters, Lavonda and a
said Thomas White III, a 20- this one of its more youthfuland Lan i t a; a son Levon Jr.; a
year-old who failed to make beloved members. Betty- sister, Mrs Bessie Dennis, a
the football team at Bishop jean, as she was affectionatelyknown three brothers, Thomas, William
College in Texas, and Tampa by her friends, is best and Carl Sutton. 4
Cat h o 11 c'High basketball remembered for her pleasing Funeral services will be
player Lazaro Planchat, 17, charm and outgoing warmth held Saturday,,Jan. 3,1:00
also were arrested.All which touched her relationshipwith p.m. at Mt. Hermon A.M.E.
'a her friends and family and Church, Opa-locka. Richardson ,
three were charged with the many youngsters whom she Mortuary Is, In charge of
recent armed robberies at the taught over the years. arrangements
T a hit 1 a It Inn, police said.
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White was charged ,with two YIH,..
counts and held in lieu of$10, I
000 bond while W r 1 g h t and Bus Driver Shot I In;: Hold-up

., I Ir Planchat were charged with one
,count each and released under Metro bus driver Andrew his left arm. The passenger,a
__ $5,000 bond, Downum said. James Thomas was traveling young male, had the evening's ;
north on 27th Avenue Sunday receipts t
Wright 21, Is a S-foot-2 night when he pulled over to When police arrived to
who pick up a passenger on NW 71 assist Thomas, theyfoundhim (
Junior guard was averaging
St. Instead of dropping a coin clutching the gun. The gunman
26 points a game this sea- into the fare box, the passenger had escaped on foot.
son. He 1 led the Rattlers in dropped a pistol on the Thomas, 32, of 2765 NW ;
43rd Ter. was treated and
scoring during the past three driver.When
the episode ended, leased at Jackson Memorial
seasons. Thomas had a bullet wound in Hospital.


This Christmas space activities had a new meaning for the children of :

the Liberty Square Child Development Center of the James E. Scott Com-

munity Association a United Fund Service, who had a Merry Christmas thanksto -Il I

the Airline Maintenance Lodge No. 702 members of the International Asso- ( I'I I

ciation of Machinists andAerospace Workers. ,Left to right: Cynthia Round- ;J'IJ

tree, Derrick Baker and Chester Coachman. (
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4 :rr"s" f 4 Pictured above are a few of the officers and chairmen of' Alpha Kappa,

Alpha Sorority, presenting to Mr. Tom Hollins, social worker of the Child. Development '

Fi Center of the University of Miami, a check for a wheelchair for a'
three-year-old resident of Brownsville.

": :!f < 2" This donation is only small portion of the many contributions of Gamma

ATLANTA, GEORGIA Amid the ,gala activities of a "Nigh't of Stars" Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha' Sorority made possible by the over- 4

Reception sponsored by Coca-Cola USA for the annual convention of the Na- whelming reception of the public to Ebony Fashion Fair ,in October, 1968.

tional Council of Negro Women in Los Angeles recently, Miss Dorothy Height, From left to right are pictured Pauline Austin, financial secretary; Inez: j

national president, (left) is shown visiting with some of the stars: (Left to Haley, Constance Sutton, epistoleus; Lila Cobb, grammateus; Rose Stewart,

right) Percy Rodriquez, of TV's long-running "Peyton Place"; Marc Cop age basileus; Tom Collins, Ada Deveaux, chairman Ebony Fashion Fair; Motion

of the new hit TV show "Julia"; Marion Bruce, New York stage and screen Allen, basileus elect; Fr.dericaSmithco-chairman ushers and Hazel (Davis,

star; and Wendell White, Western 'Area account executive for Coca-Cola USA. an area chairman."H '


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2 'THE//IAMI TIMES, Friday, ,JQI1 Dty 3, 1969,

;NAACP' L *-Cost 1: stant' Housing Readied In 6 Days I IThe

of the newly spokesman says he sees the
NAACP: And FHA Play "Saint Nick" five bed- mately $12,000 including lot vice formed president Pyramid Developersof type of cooperation shown in
and other costs and can be
room model Is a duplicate of 755 Sixth Street, Bartow the "Santa" project a char-
the home dedicated purchased for a $200 down ter of for
twelve construct similar hope low-income
Santa To Family Of Twelve days ago by President John- payment with mortgage pay- which modular will housing throughoutthe families in Florida."The slow
I son in Austin, Texas. The ments ,of approximately $50 a State of Florda. pace of building conventional
ST. PETERSBURG. -The completed without the assis- home was plant manufacturedin month. The 12 member familywas NAACP will initiate housing and the rising cost in
local sections and delivered on the first family approved The State buying a new home leave
Tampa Insuring Office of the tance of the NAACP, counseling us no
Federal Housing Administration ' Bar tow building officials, site for erection by SAM Industries in the Bartow area under sec- a pilot budget connection with choice but to find alternativesto
and the Florida NAACP State Ro.d Department and his of St Petersburg.The tion 235 interest supplementof program"Santa"in to assist the producing at lower cost and
J jointly announced that they FHA staff. There was a feel- modular concept unit is the968 Housing Act. project inhome pride,care and at a faster rate,"Davies said.
would play "Santa Claus" by Ing among all persons involved approved under the Southern The builders who erectedthe family responsibility, accord- The home model is locatedon
presenting a 5 bedroom 11/2 that they were participating Building Code. It also looks home In five hours are Davies. the corner of Steward and
bath home to a low income Ne- In a worthwhile cause, he like a conventionally built Jimmie Burt and Roland CRay ing Florida NAACP Crown Streets In West Bartow.
gro family of ten children on said. house and sells for approxi: president and executive The
Christmas Day in Bartow The

family was living in one unit ofa ....,.,. .
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substandard two bedroom
;')'<1. f''n ai f r Cy
duplex '.f ;<\tt;; ', ,
Mr. A, D. Fielding said that '
he believes that this is the first Y 5 r::} s '
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time a project like this has ," .. I
been undertaken by an insur- < ': >>
ing office. This project Mr. /: ':; < I \
Fielding said was ,conceived 1 1

only eight days ago at an office +z +4 L
conference requested by Mar- r m
vin Davies, State Field Director :
NAACP in which the g <
manufacturer, builder, mort- r
gage broker and the FHA staff =;
tb d,
was represented. "In fact, he b 9. '$ s5f .6h 5 Vky t J'6i <
said, the entire project includ- ',>,
ing the .'Sa nta C la us"idea

came for the spokesman for '.
the NAACP."
Mr. Fielding stated that this
was record time for processing i I -
and erecting of a homein 'f 'a' '
this area. However, he not ;:' '

ed that- the "Santa Claus" ,'tJ'! <, f, " '
project could not ,have been ,,'.. I' 1LIr
Medal Of Honor .I \, "

Presented To
1'R _:
Slain; Officer .. ,

Widow .,

WASHINGTON The widowof
the first Negro officer to
win the Medal of Honor has
been presented the award by
President Johnson.
Army Capt. Riley Leroy
Pitts, commanding officer of "/'''*
an infantry company, won the
medal for action near ApDong,
South Vietnam, in leading his
company against enemy bun- ,
kers concealed by dense FREE ."

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THE MIAMI tIMES, Friday, January 3, 1969 3 ||

Mayor Stokes finds TV Big Crowd Watches

Effective 'In Reaching CommunityRADNOR Muhammad Ali PresentChampburger

Pa. Carl Cleveland during the recent franchise inabout: 15 years.
Stokes, the first to be-
Negro Presidential drive.A Carl's 41 now.The way it looksto
come mayor of a major city, cynical Cleveland newspaperman me, with what he's got going -
is establishing an example anda observed humor- for him the next of decades t
couple On December 28,at 10a.m.,
reputation among fellow ma- ously that Stokes' appearanceon is going to see him Muhammad All, recognized
yors on effective of tele-
use the children's show has pretty high on the ladder.
vision TV Guide the world's boxing championby
magazine long-range prospects. "He's Maybe reaching for the top
reported today. the general public, began a 111
not talking to a puppet. He's
The rung. That's when those new career as a business man.
won a narrow 41-year old mayor,who talking to a whole generationof votes'll come in mighty At 17th and 62nd Street,N.W., '.

Taft last year victory in a campaign over Seth voters who'll age to the handy," the newsman said. Miami, Muhammad joined bya r ),iio.
host of well-wishers open-
that relied heavily on televi-
ed the first Cha mpburger
sion,now is using the mediumto

achieve and public understanding Grand 'Indicts quick-service Hundreds of crowdedthe
acceptance of many of Jury
his programs. parking lot waiting to geta
chance to sample the new

television Among ,his the major magazine uses reports of- Illinois" ; Revenue Head goodies. Traffic was piled up

are -- "Townhallmeetings" for blocks as friends and cus-
tomers and curiosity seekers
held in schools CHICAGO-A Federal general manager and senior crowded the area for the open- 9
throughout the city on a six- Grand Jury Monday indicted vice president of a Chicago life
week basis and covered wide- ing.WAME
Theodore A. Jones, directorof insurance firm. disc jockey Butter- s+
ly by television and the press. the Illinois Department of ball and a rock 'n' roll band
Pooling all the creative and
Revenue and civic
Chicago added to the festivities. ,I
technical help of Cleveland leader, on income tax evasion Although, Muhammad has
stations to announce "Cleve- WinnDixieStrilce '
/It <
made several financial invest-
land: Now!" a 10-year com- Jones, the highest ranking ments in the past, the openingof

munity-action program to Negro in Illinois state office, Causes this restaurant marks a

raise over $11 million by pub was accused in a four-count first attempt on his part to actually < ,,." ...
lic donaton to augment civic indictm ent of failing to declare ShootingMetro participate in business. Muhammad- -- neither the
work in housing health wel- Edward Gale, president, Mr. Elijah ,
fare $16,787 on his federal Muhammad In his new roleas Leonard Lurie, Secretary and Champburger Company nor its i
and recreation. returns for the years 1962- police Monday night businessman is the Vice Treasurer, and Mr. Philip franchisees may sell any food ;,
Making special TV arrested four and
appear- 1965. men charged
President and Director of
Brooks Assistant Secretary. product containing pork or
ances often short notice them commit ,
on The offenses with assault to
alleged oc-
Champburger, Inc., a new According to policies set shellfish.As ;
to discuss matters of special murder of an employee of
cured before Jones 55 was
franchise corporation, organized All and
down by Muhammad
interest to the citizenry. appointed to the revenue postin labor-troubled Winn-Dixie a franchise corporation,
September 6, 1968, the
Mayor Stokes has found his 1967 by then Gov. Otto Stores. with headquarters in Miami. approved by board Champburger Champburger will train future
executive Champburger
most pleasant and Booked into Jail franc is In the
rewarding Kernernow a member of the County were After several months of will be e managers
television role in appearing U.S. District Court of Appeals. Harry Lee Clark, 24, of 1450 planning, over which All stores in Black only neighborhoods operated preparation of all of its food
regularly on a children's show 'During the period coveredby NW 35th St.,Cecil Harrell,32, products and customer ser-
studied and scrutinized
every and are to be run by indigenous -
featuring a ventriloquist. He the indictment, Jones wasa of 2485 N.W. 81st Ter., Joe detail of restaurant operation, franchisees from these vices towards the maintenanceof
even Induced Vice President member of the Dlinois Pub- Turner, 37 of 5300 NW 27th the corporation is ready to communities. Wherever quality control. d
Humphrey to visit the program lic AidC 0 m m is s iona University Ave., and Daniel J. Johnson, pos-
establish a nation wide plan for sible, the company and its "fve'entered into this en-
when he was campaigning in 24, of 6846 NW 5th Ave.
of Illinois
trustee and
the franchising of Champburger franchisees will be Black per terprise," Muhammad Ali +
quick-service restaurants.Mr. sons. said recently,"because I think "
Chauncy Eskridge who Champburger restaurants it offers a real opportunity for

is general counsel for the will sell hamburgers,cheese- people to share in and own
$75,000 Grant To Reclaim
Martin Luther King Founda- burgers, hot dogs,fried chicken their own businesses in their i

I tion will also act as a Vice fried fish, boiled fish, own neighborhood. Freedom,
Harlem President and general coun- other food products and soft after all, is when a man can go

Dropouts ,, sel for Champburger. Other drinks. In compliance with the on his own. Champburger is
: '- members of the Champburger 'dietary'laws of Islam as interpreted one way of helping some of us k;
NEW YORK. Harlem tential. maintained by the Urban Lea- management team are; Mr. by the Honourable achieve that possibility"
Preparatory School, two- The luncheon was sponsored gue with the help of businessmen. "

year-old pioneer"reclaim by Milo M. Brisco, execu- .
ing" neighborhood youth lead- tive vice president and direc-
ers who have dropped out of tor of Jersey Standard, at the The school's success was FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS '

the conventional school sys- New York Hilton Hotel. assured that first year when AT MODERATE RATESCALLBONDED <
tem, has received a $75,000 Acting in behalf of his company all 35 graduates mostly Negro

grant from Standard Oil Company and its U. S.afflliate, and Puerto Rican\ students,
(New Jersey-and Humble Humble Oil & Refining Company were placed in first-rate col- I.

Oil & Refining Company he presented the checkto leges and universities.

The new community schoolis the school's headmaster, This year Harlem Prep
central Harlem's only facility Edward F. Carpenter, for
moved Into its own building, a
for high school or col- operating and Improvementuses. remodeled super-market at RENTAL

lege preparatory studies,New Other faculty members 2535 Eighth Avenue. Classesare
York City business executives attending were Mother Ruth
being held for about 170
attending the luncheon award Dowd, vice principal, and An- students. AGENCY :

ceremony on Dec. 11 were in- thony M. Lewis, administrative .
formed. assistant. One reason for the rapid

Harlem Prep offers coursesin Harlem Prep was founded in progress of the school is the 4tAL , [ '. "'_: ,.... ,_ ..
African history and culture, 1967. It started in the National low student-teacher ratio, as I H'C '

English grammar and literature Guard Armory in Harlem with well as the dedication, of the (ft (\
mathematics, and the 49 students and eight full-time staff. ,Three of the teachersare ra i
sciences for students who have Instructors. Many students nuns from Manhattanville i THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND!

left high school despite high were graduates of the neigh- College, which helped found MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING' ..
educational and leadership borhood's Street Academies, the school. IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES' '

Since there was no high i-
school in central Harlem, A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door ser rjce for' L .. ,
graduates from the junior high tenants convenience .,;;' _'Lj1
schools were forced to travelto w *: :'
A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
other high schools located free,"furnished and air conditioned faryourca fort !.enjoyment.-.-*-.. _
throughout New York City.A .
A public relations department to assist with:your"problems.. *
a f r survey made in 1959 you . *w ,;.:*

showed that many of these Tenants concern will Itopvandolhmandredu:.. _._! ii ..,.. '::,

students quit school before receiving .--. .. ..
a diploma, with drop- MAIN OFFICE : r ', .',.' v '
outs of 61 per cent from vo- -- *** '. i
cational high schools and 53
per cent from academic high 4150 NW 7ffi Avenue 759-8733 .4.

schools. ....
14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka ;- MU 8-0617 !

Most of these: drop-outs end 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553
up unemployed roamingthe
streets of Harlem,the sur- 6 05 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale- 4-3357, *. '

vey said. More recent studies 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove ;- HI 5.138,1" fj :
HARLEM PREP GRANT-Edward F. Carpenter, head-
have shown that a high percen- 2
master of Harlem Preparatory Schools, accepts a $75,000 tage of these youths have high 512 NW 1st AveHallandale :- WA 7-2434

grant from Milo M. Brisco (left), executive ,vice presidentand intelligence and in many cases 339 Hamn ondville Rd., Pompano '-. Wl. .3-2434 :,,;,

director of Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, and high reading abilities. :r< : ,
from James E. Queen (right), community relations coordinator ,
\ HON. L. L. BROOKS President :M; .
for Humble Oil Company, Jersey's U. S. affiliate. The Mr. Carpenter invited the -
school will use the funds to continue its pioneering work in"reclaiming" business executives to visit GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager j" "
from the Harlem Harlem Prep. He emphasizedthat ,
capable high CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relation* Director,. ,
area. The grant by Jersey Standard and Humble Oil was madeat only in this way could they i' br

a luncheon in New York on Dec. 11 to help stimulate cor- understand the work and study
porate support for the school. It was founded in 1967 to start habits, self motivation and '" . 'If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better! too" L*..'L. BrooksCleveland's
more ghetto youths on the road to higher education. Also self-discipline taught by the
Mother Ruth Dowd, vice principal. school.
attending was
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To Be Equalby

mI Services

Office: 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phonei691-0421 Whitney M. Young Jr. HY: Leo Adder!Y.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Center Attorllt"
Executive Director National Urban League __ .
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ,
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STANLEY I. .SWEETING Theatrical Editor .. "T" "'" --

I National Advertising Representative A Look At 1968 How To Buy Property

I Amalgamated Publishers, I Inc. 1968 was a year of bitterness and a year of hope; a year of This is the first in a series of articles on buying property.

310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 old hatreds, and a year of new beginnings.The Various legal papers which convey title to the buyer, or which

Member 2400 of the S. Michigan National Newspaper Avenue, Chicago Publishers, III. 6061&Association year will forever be marked by the tragedy of Dr. Mar- some buyers mistakenly believe have this effect, will be ex-

t -- tin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination.That awful event,coupled amined in this article.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES wit, the senseless and tragic assassination of Senator
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 equally in the purchase of any property is the instru-
I books as a All
Robert Kennedy, will put 1968 Into the history year
: Entered as S.cond Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post of national shame The hatred that snuffed out the lives of these ment (legal paper) of conveyance. This legal paper is given by
I Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 great Americans was also evidenced in less blatant ways.A the seller (s) to the buyer (s) in exchange for an amount of
between them'which is known as the
agreed upon pur-
mood of vindictiveness settled on the nation. Congress
The legal paper of conveyance is known as a deed.
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead in chase price.
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto Ignored its responsibilities to the 30 million poor people It is given for the purpose of transferring legal ownership to
every man"regardless of his race creed or color his human the country by continuing to deal with the problems of the poor property. Quite frequently, however,the instrument given does
and legal right*. Hating no man, ,fearing no man the NegroPress and the cities in piecemeal, ineffective fashion. this and the buyer has a large headacheas
not accomplish purpose
strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men
\ are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. The election campaign was fought in a way that focused on a result.

people's fears and their innate bigotry. Attacks on the court

and code phrases like "law and order"replaced rational discussions The agreement for Deed is a legal paper which is used, almost -
MORE CLASSROOMSDade about bringing justice for all.While George Wallace's exculsively in the poor community,to induce a buyer into

,County's school authorities are hoping to build some candidacy failed' to garner as many votes as the press and Investing in property. Many buyers accept an Agreement for

700 more classrooms to adequately house the students it has. his supporters expected, this may have been a hollow victory, Deed from the sellers, under the, m'steke"' Belief,that this Instrument -

I This report was released by the State Department of Educa- for the very fact of his candidacy gave a legitimacy and respectability conveys title to property. It does not, however,

i tlon.,Some'500 classrooms'this year but because of a heavy to racism. Agreements for Deed for mere contracts to convey propertytitle

influx of students, this will have scant impact on the overall Polarization increased as communication between the races sometime in the future; usually after the total purchase

need said the report. broke down at crucial moments In many places. Too many price has been paid. The holder of an Agreement for Deed

The state says the net gain will be only 185-leaving Dade white people reacted with irrational hysteria to the demandsfor rarely ends up owning the property. This may be so for several

still 'classrooms. short. The statewide shortage is 6730 justice from the ghetto,and too many black people neglected reasons. Although the holder of Agreement for Deed has the

classrooms including. 3,351 to replace unsatisfactory ones now to see the importance of maintaining ties to their potential "burdens" of a property owner, be is not. For instance, he

in use., .,Against this need,county superintendents report theyI allies among the majority of decent white Americans.But must pay the property taxes and insurance,as well as, the regular -

,I plan to have'2,659 rooms ,built during the year leaving the 1968 brought,. along with pain and frustration,some en- installment payments. And if he defaults in the paymentsof
backlog pf.4277 without any allowance for additional growth couraging signs of hope. any of these obllga tions his interest in the property is

f next year.. Dis- quickly wiped out by legal (mortgage foreclosure)or illegal,
In March the National Advisory Commission on Civil
What;give Dade its numerical lead of course, is the fact orders delivered, its blistering condemnation of "white means (regaining possession by "eviction" or merely retak-
that it is the largest school system in the state and the seventh ing it). On the other hand, a holder of an Agreement for Deed
discrimination -
racism the for riots oa the
.'largest in. the nation. placing responsibility does not have the "benefits" of a property owner. He cannot
and of white-run institutions.
mortgage the property should he want to borrow against it or
' MURDER PLOT Partly because of this report, andpartlyasa response to improve it, nor can he sell his interest in it by deeding lit to
the shock of Dr. King's assassination, some of the leaders of someone else. Because he is not the owner.And should he want

I From'Cleveland, Ohio comes news of an alleged plot to mur- many of the most powerful Institutions began to question their to do any of these things and the owner-seller refuses, he is

der the nine Justices of the United States Supreme Court. Fed- relevance in our changing society In m.ny cases, this soul- out of luck. Never accept this type of legal paper when buying
{feral authorities are investigating the matter. searching has led to the formation of new positions, and new property.

The__Cleveland plain dealer sources close to the investigation interest in bringing aboutsocial change.

say at least five men are involved in the alleged plot, said Another result of the shocking events of last year was the Quit claim Deeds are another type legal paper which conveys

I to be undertaken because members of the group were unhappy passage. finally. of an open housing law. Like other major title to property. This type deed conveys whatever interestthe

over what they considered the courts liberal leanings accordIng civil rights laws, it will be only as effective as its enforce- seller might have in (tthe property. And he might not have

to the leader's report The FBI had no comments. ment, but the fact that open housing is now the law of the landis any. Therefore, if the seller-grantor does not have legal title

a major step forward. to the property the buyer-grantee has not gained a legal interest -
in the property by the Further the
DIRECT ELECTION But perhaps the most significant result of the year's eventswas conveyance. seller
does not warrant that he
has title to property conveyed under
the realization that mere of laws won't assure
Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey believes the Electoral passage this type deed.Consequently,the buyer could not sue the seller
and share of the nation's black people.
College system in elections now archaic and should be scrapped justice a for not having title to the property'conveyed..
and replaced with direct popular election of the president.The Important as civl} rights laws are,they only give people rights
other Americans have taken for for 200 The Deed is the recommended this
Democratic Party should take the lead in shaping and granted years. They Warranty only type by
pushing a constitutional amendment to overhaul the election imperfectly assure rights, not results. It's small consolationto writer. By giving this legal paper toabuyer, the sellergrantor -
mechanism said the vice-president. a penniless mm to be told he finally has the right to eat in a warrants that he has legal title to the property, and will
luxury restaurant in the South. defend that title against the world. The buyer gets what he

bargained for here. Never accept less than a Warranty Deed
COMMERCIALIZE THE MOONOur 1968 marked a shift away from seeking laws that assure
rights to demands that the real power in our society be shar- when purchasing: property.

astronauts performed a wonderful achievement in going ed. With calls for black participation in the economic institutions Listen to "Legal Services Presents" on the Tom Washington -

,to the moon, one they. can really be proud for what they of the ghetto, sharing of political power,and commun- Show, WMBM, 1490 on your radio dial, 7:00 p.m.; and
have ity sharing in the control of the schools we have moved into
accomplished. WKAT, 1360, on your radio dial, at 1130pm., every Sunday..
Now comes John Harrison a wealthy Manchester real estate the realm of contesting not for crumbs from the table, but for

man who has instructed his lawyers to fwd out who will own the substance of power.

I the moon after a landing is made on it.
' The events of 1968 have made clear that,to assure its sur- Liberty City Child
Harrison said this is not a frivolous inqury. People in the
vival, America must admit black citizens and other minoritiesto I
Bahamas are now multimillionaries because they bought what
their full share of power and its responsibilities.
looked like tracts of useless swamp.
Harrison said! he thinks a piece of the moon would make a Opportunity

good investment for grandchildren His lawyers said theyI

I have written to the United States National Aeronautics and PHIL OSSOFER has beena very from St. James Rectory.They
Space Administration for suggestions. memorable and eventful month brought Santa and gifts and

, The Bible tells us that God created the heavens and the DIRECTIONAL SIGNALS for our Center. stockings for all the children.Mr. .

* earth. The,earth proved to be formless and waste; there was On Thursday morning, Dec. and elandCommander -
Lou K
I darkness over the deepandGod'sspirithoveredover the wat- Some people don't know true blue field of the onenessof 1Z.The children's A.: representing -
Alton Zucker,
t ers. right from wrong. Many are mankind. sistance Group Board met to the Jewtsn War

God'said! let there be light and there was light. God called also confused about the statusof The Left (Communism) will plan for our monthly Parent's Veterans Post #682, has again

the light day and he called the darkness night. Right and Left, (politically end up in the red and the Right meeting. On Monday night, this m o n t b been very
God made two great lights,the greater to govern the day and speaking), looking upon one or (19th Century conservatism), December 16, our center and to our, Center with
the smaller to govern the-night.These lights were the sun and the other as being right.(Right will remain to the bitter end a Lillie C. Evans Elementary generous In-KInd Contributions (close

the moon of course there were also the stars. is right to some . Left is drab lifeless white. Time will School presented "Sing Out including securinga
Since this world we live in is still God's world, in spite of right to others.) prove that Left is wrong and Miami." They really rang in to $200.00) cOltributionofnew

our evil doings it's Ye Editor's opinion that trying to purchasea Now, is Right right or that Right won't even be left. the Holiday Season. This assorted generous from Horace

.part of,the moon seems to be, to say the least, unchristian. wrong? How does Left differ The John Birch Society proves Group presented our Center Osborne. toys of Good
He,cannot see God's moon being for sale. from Right? To me neither is that even when you are always with many In-Kind Contributions Manager 1850
Year Tire ,
right, and regardless of which Right, you are always wrong. that included food,clothing Alton Road Company Miami Beach. We
one chooses he'll get left. . * * * * and other items.On Tues ,
out. I prefer the humanitarianroad MUSICAL NOTES day night, December 17, the thank these, and all donations other per-to

(the middle course), instead Racism is a discordant Children's Christmas Partywas sons that made Volunteers -
of either Left or Right, overture that is always out of given by the University of our Center, including recovers are

both of which, to me, make up tune. Its notes should be bar Mia m i 960 Complex. They Speedy membersthat
wished to all staff
the "muddle" course.If red and given a permanentrest. brought Santa along with gifts KongBug"
the "Hong
I have not confused you He who fiddles with this and refreshments. They attracted also
sufficiently at this point, let strained strain will discover, entertained all present and or any other bug.We to the
me add that (still politically when the Eternal Trumpet presented our Center with a wish a speedy recovery who
speaking) if don't know blows Mother of Mildred Gray,
you that his instrument is phonograph. And a large con Memorial.The .
is ill at Jackson
Right or Left from wrong,you a lyre, playing a dirge which cert pipe for our playground Committeeof
are sane. You are right . will lead him away from the donated by City Plumbing.Thep Enrichment currently
I is
they are both wrong! eternal home where the instrument a r t y was tremendously enjoyed our Center FashionShow"
The American planning a "Tea &
flag symbo- of all
harmony is the by children and adults
of Jan-
lizes the varying opinions of harp (the for the month
II cymbol of eternal present. On December 18,
11 our people today. Red is the life). Julia Walski and Mrs. Walski uary, 1969.

color of those who lean to the Those folks to whom ra gave a party for the children

Left, white (noBlackallowed!) cism's in harmony is compatible in classrooms 7 and 8. Miss EEOC

the symbol of those to the should out" this decomposed Walski is a former Volunteerat

Right, and blue (true blue!)the air (hot air,at that!) our Center, and we were all FIGHTS DISCRIMINATION

LI symbol of the humanitarians. and wake up to the fact that very glad to see her again.On IN JOBS Equal OpportumtyCommissbon Employment
These are the ones for whom the *
the stars shine bright in the malady song lingers is ended on., though the Catholic Monday afternoon Youth Organization, by the 1800 G St. N.W. Wash D, CW

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tW MiKMl'TrMES: t'Filday: '3'a G.dltrt$ ':t', 1'69 'S :

Ghetto Parents Want Same ".r'f, ".7, _- t c

Control That Suburbia Has 't w ...-. :

Decentralization of the pub ses the suspicions he(the par culiar and
groups then plan-
lie schools will not result ent
directly ) harbors, with good rea-
ning for
programs 'them.R-:
in better
teaching and son toward "
ther, they will be righted when
learning for
minority group Dentler continues, "With de- all citizens eaw
participate in the "" l lI
pupils but it will "repair the centralization b tt
breach between one might remove making of some of the decisions a
school and or censure an incom- that affect their
community," author Robert petent or culturally indifferent lives.
A. Dentler asserted Tuesday. school officer, hire superin- "The era of benevolent patronage
In an article titled "For tendents and principals that is over, and the quest
Local Control in the Schools"now seemed capable of community for increased local control

appearing in the January leadership, press for the over policy-making in big city
edition of The Atlantic Monthly transfer of insensitive or incompetent education" demonstrates this I
Den 1 e r argues that all teachers." ,
ghetto parents want for their Dentler concludes, "No one
children is the kind of control The Atlantic contributor believes decentralization will
which points out decentralization has result
"privileged suburbanand directly better teach
small town taxpayers have become'an issue only because ing and learning.As with other
had routinely for more than a past school policies have failed policy changes, the details of I
century." to help large groups of minority execution will govern the valueof
This includes selection of suburban per pupil expenditures the policy. But decentralization HARLEM GIRL FEATURED IN JANUARY SEVENTEEN 'I
professional leadership, set- areas can repair parts of the
ting some of the goals and the to around New York City are 30 old breach between school and NEW YORK Joyce Green, 19, of 269 West ,152nd, Street, gets the undivided i
right to Judge overall performance 45 percent greater than expenditures community. University men attention of the children she works with in a Harlem community .cen- I

On the subject of improved Dentler notes.on city pupils, who think this an inconsiderable ter. Joyce tells of the success she has had in inspiring ghetto children ,to'

school-parent rela- gain have learned very overcome the limits of their environment in the January. "Seventeen"Joyce,
tionships Dentler little from the rise of
"(Decentralization, says) offers: a "The enormous historic alienated adolescent." the the daughter of Mrs. Marion Green and the late Mrs-Greens. Is a sophomore "
wrongs that have been visited '
Pit'' 'r'ru
way to make the neighborhoodschool upon minorities in the U.iited Mr. Dentler is director of : f
an indigenous rather States will not be righted by New York's Center for Urban .,
than a foreign agent. It addres- singling minorities out as pe Education.
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I 45 Leaders To Co-Chair Graham Dinner

Forty-five top community Moore, Dave Melin, James Saint Vincent. GovernorelectLuis s
leaders, representing.thecross McLamore, Harry Markowitz, Ferre, has indicated that
section of Greater Mi- Al Gitlow, Charles Gottlieb, he would give every consider-
ami, have agreed to cochairthe Billy E. Miller, Luther ation to attending, schedule ) v S4: I
"Diamond Jubilee Plus Brooks, Dr. George Simpson, permitting, as has Premier 'S ,(
Two" dinner honoring Rev. Louis Kenin, Don Shoemaker, Lynden 0. Plndling of the Ba- a,.
Edward T. Graham upon his Carl T. Hoffman, Rep. Robert hamas. : @ I

65th birthday and on behalf of Graham, Dr. Calvin Rose, The anticipated participation 3 3 ., a
the Florida Memorial College., Commissioner Hardy Mathe- in the birthday party din- .,
The announcement was; son, Timothy Smith, Eugene ner is expected to be over 1000 Stt
made by Chairman Leonard 1 Mori, Jr., Peter K. Moser, persons. 4
Abess, president of the National Henry Gherman, Stanton Ket- i '
City Bank, who stated I tier, George Sogg, Clifford IS, + a .
that the event would take placeat i perlman, Mayor Steve Clark, NORTHWESTERNCLASS ,
the Deauville Hotel, March i Representative Robert Hector R @ f i
6, 1969. and Maurice Ferre. OF '59 ,

Those who accepted ate;; The birthday event will also All class members of the
Douglas Ash, Senator Harry commemorate Rev. Graham's class of 59-Northwestern are'
p."ICain, Dr. Irving Lehrman, 25 years of service to Great- urged to attend the sale party"
William B. Paul, Jr., Baronde i 'er Miami, twenty years as being held at James Tucker's
Hirsch Meyer,Judge Henry pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist Home Saturday Jan. 4, 1969 at
Arrington, Stanley C. Myers,, Church and fourteen years as 8:00 p.m. Address. 2860 N.W. '
Hugh Emerson, Mrs. Ellen K. Chairman of the Board of 185 Street. Please come and '
Whiteside, Commissioner Trustees of Florida Me- bring friends. /
A t h a lie Range, W. Douglas t morial. \ :
Hall, Mrs. S. Harvey Green Invitations to heads of gov- ,
span, Mayor Chuck Hall, Nathan ernments In the West Indies f&It'ftft'
Gumenick, M. Austin Da and Caribbean to attend the *" t
vis, William Singer, Archbishop celebration have drawn positive TMKL8UR64UA t

Coleman F. Carroll,, responses from A. C. E. near to you ot your , ,
tolophoflo. Give call y
us a
Matthew Rosenhaus, William Long, administrator of Wo d.llv.r. 1104 NW 3rd v I ; tr
Kruglak n, Martin Fine, Mayor the Cayman Islands, and R. Av.. FR 9-8451. Chat. C. t }p c
Sherman Winn, Cecil 1 Milton Cato, chief minister of North, Manager. ,
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VARSITY BARBER SHOP Over four hundred members and neighborhood children enjoyed,the annual. "

I "7e South's Most Modern"WALTER Christmas party held at the Carver YMCA auditorium breezeway, "*, ; j >

The party was a rousing success thanks to Mr.'Richard Strachan:and his \

JOHNSON, first choir CRAIG WILLIAMS, third chair combo, Mr. Arthur Evans and the Northwestern choir; the Carver YMCA youth '(

SYLVESTER TOMBLIN, Jr., second chair HARRY SMITH, SR., fourth chair Council, Mr. Fleetwood Price of Coco-Cola Bottling Company? ,"Mr. David

I 6540 NW 15th Avenue Liberty City Williams of Haydon Stone, Inc., Mrs., Edward .Kreps'president: and Mr. Mack
I Mansfield, vice president of the Terrace Towers and Miss Cassandra Jefferson

aax carsiaRimt raer- ffriwrtlaerliar-- nraiK----C---- gaar xTiarR- of Miss United Black Students of Miami Dade Junior College.

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Gerri Arrington and daughter, Robyn spend a few days in

Tampa visitin relatives and friends.It's .
family Reunion time for the Johnson-Carroll-Smith-
Morley-Barry-Jones' clan on Thursday, Jan. 2,at the home of ...1

Asquith andthelma: McDonald . ",' . . . ,
.r Get well wishes to all of you who are bedded with the Hong

BY CLARICE LITTLES -- Kong flu Take care, it can be ROUGH. Lil Trammell, Eleanor
Miami Times Society Editor Moore Cooper (being nursed by daughter, Carol in Nassau):
Facile Hall, Marie Carl. '
CHRISTMAS IN NASSAU-tt's something to see.Arriving in Other students who are home for the holidays are Pamela
Nassau on Christmas;:Eve was Just like any other city with Bethel, Mary Styles, Lincoln; University; Lynette Williams,
the hustle, and bustle of list minute shoppers,carols ringingout Spellman; Emmett Williams. Paul;Virginia Smith and Theta
in the distance, gaily'decorated stores,exquisite light- Wanza, Fisk; Anthony Williams, Tenn. State; BernadetteHill
ing designs lined the city's streets Hotels were book solid and Tallahassee (houseguest of Paula Maria Wyche); Barbara
many tourists had to seek shelter in private homes. The tr" Alexander, Willerana Williams, Helen Spann, Tuskegee; An-
spirit of Christmas was everywhere Then,suddenly a blackout thony Williams Tenn. A&I; Brenda White, FAMU, Karen Pick-
..The island plunged into darkness as a result of a fire at ney; Bernard Welters, Moorehouse;Sandra and Ann Deveaux,
the Big Pond Power Station. Gaily lighted Christmas trees, Holy Rosary Samuel Payne, Memphis State.
bells and candles disappeared in the darkness. Shoppers went Mable (Hugh's Widow) Payne of Manhattan Jetted to Miamito
oajhetr.way.. .Some stores had their own generators for Just spend Christmas with his family.Mable was the houseguestof y. n
such, an emergency. .others used lamps and candles. But it Samuel and Doreatha at their 77th Street home.
was not for, long. Aft,'rJwo hours the lights were on a gal n. Deborah Jean West jetted in from Chicago spend the holi-
Most of the churches held midnight services. I attended the days with her aunt, Emma Ward.
church my mother attended as a girl, St. Mary's, The Virgin Visitors in town for the holidays include Henry Dean and
.. .Christmas Day.. .1 was guest of the E.R.Carol Cooper) James Pratt from New York.
Hannas, Cakes' Field.They were the perfect host and hostess. Garth C. Reeves and daughter, Rachel, are in Puerto Rico 7
Terah, the Hannas' first' little girl is our godchild. Marie, attending the inauguration of Gov. Luis Ferre.
Carol's mother and Bernice White (Terah's other godmother) December 17, was the day for Ethelyn and Bruce Bradshawwho
added much Joy to the holiday festivities. Then...Boxing Day jetted to New York to see their first snow. They will return 6Miss
(Dec. 26)))..,.It's Junkanoo.. .a trip through a dream world.. . Jan. 7th.
It began at 4.30 a.m.. and ended at 9 a.m. thousands of spec- Mrs. Nellie Saunders had as her Yuletide guest her nephew:
tators 'Bay Street ,to, view the s i g h t sand and family Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Holiday and daughter Sharon Mildred C. Peters' engagement a member of Delta Sigma
sound -.-,Whistles, drums, horns, cowbells., .all creating the from Tallahassee. to Mr. Gary C. Theta Sorority. Mr. Jones is
festive I Aft:t of Mardi:,gras,,.Junkanoo! this year looked like a Kathleen Ferguson, 19, of 18230 SW 102nd Ct., has been Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. an alumnus of BethuneCookman
walking zoo. .Among the groups and individual entries,ani- graduated from Tongue Point Women's Job Corps Center in Theodore Jones, of Delray College, and is a mem-
mals and insects dominated the scenes. ..Shutter-bugs had a Astoria, Oregon after completing a course in Health Occupa Beach, Fla., is announced by ber of Alpha: Phi Alpha Fra-
field,day, with their,cameras",I Thanks: to Ivan Hanna who secured tions. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ternity. He is presently a Ju-
seats for us atop Kentucky Fried Chicken building for a James Baker, Miami. venile Counselor and Proba-
Miami National Bank Christmas
those the
looking-down view of the parade of contestants. .The winning Among attending Miss Peters is a senior at tion Officer at the Juvenile
party at the Eden Roc Cotillion Room last Friday night were
adult group, "Nature's Wonderland," "entered by Paradise Bethune -Cookman College, Court, West Palm Beach.Light .
Mr. and Mrs. John ) Souter.
Island, Included giant figures of lobsters,an enormous kangaroo (Evelyn Daytona Beach, where she is
with a baby in its pouch, two magnificent peacocks with Happy sweet sixteen birthday to Anna E. Souter, daughterof
outspread tails and other, species of animal life. Adult Individual Mr. and Mrs. John Souter .who-' entertained a large numberof

,The,Crusader; Juvenile, Individual, Canadian Coatof friends Saturday night.
Arms;. .Other winnners were City Lumber Yard,"The Insects Who among us has not from time to time, longed for a fresh
,"; The Spider and The Fly", "The Wasps and The start, a clean slate, a chance to scratch the old mistakes and O '
Ants" ,. ..1 think the contestant that drew the most chuckleswas begin again? At the turn of the year this urge to make a new
the gentleman masquerading as Onassis's Bride.. .Ifyou beginning often takes the form of resolutions and good inten-
have never seen JUNKANOO, do plan to attend the next year. tions. How are you at keeping resolutions? Does that virtuous 0040
It was a breath-taking spectacle that you wouldn't want to miss resolve survive the month of January? Does each brave new
....Local hotels offered top entertainment for the holiday year dissolve sooner or later into another twelve months of
crowds.. .Roy Hamilton at the Nassau Beach Hotel; Phil Ford good intentions. You can if you really mean what you say. G
and Mimi Hines at L4 Cabaret Theatre at Paradise Casino; The Think positivelyl!

Fur ness Brothers with Lellani at Trade Winds . Arthur As we have therefore oppoortunity, let us do good unto all 0- : '-
Conley and his Soul Creators at the Cat and Fiddle...Anyone men.-Gal. vl:10 ant od
who took time out to walk on Bay Street would find it difficultto 3
May The New Year Bring Peace and Happiness. TO YOU
walk more than a few steps before hearing"-.-! didn't know AND YOURS .
you came over for the holidays", Miamiams and others were
really enjoying the island.Some of the persons celebrating in,

,Nassau were: Jennie D.Beneby, Gwendolyn Wilson, Rebecca v I A ,
Johnson, Jewel Williams, Eleanor Miller Arnold Troy,
t Carolyn and Alice Locklftrt, Cloe Rolle, Maude Moncur, Mildred DOUGLAS HEAD START R
Rolle, Dusharne Rolle, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Murray,
Head Start classes at Smith's
Brenda Henry, Bertha Wiggins, Shirley Rolle, Majorie Lamb Doug pupils.
(Bahamas Airways) daughter, Sheryl and Salena Fuller. las several Elementary Christmas participatedin activities Another party was given for

Mrs. Sybil Cleare, Barbara Lockhart, Augusta, Ga,; Mrs. during the week of December all Head Start pupils by the
'Pearl Vaughn and daughter, Mae Spenser, Pittsburg;Jacquelyn Clover Leaf Squares, a Miami
Art classes held
Wheeler, Audrean Byrd and Virgie Clay, Detroit; Lillian Eve that were dance club.They presented the
so could make
:Sawyer, Cynthia Trottman and Cassandra Hanna. Christnias pupils decorations cards 120 boys and girls with gifts,
Housequesting witi:Mrs.Anna Nesbitt at her 70th Street while the teachers
,home are two RN's Mattie Dotson and Virginia Simmons of and gifts for their parents.The refreshments. providedthe
sophomore class of the Activitiessuch i
,New York. as these help the .
of School pupils
Miami of
John Mitchell of Cleveland motored to Miami to spend the University develop
socially and are an In- :
Nursing sponsored a Christ
,holidays with his mother,,,Mrs*Lucy Mitchell. tegral part of a well-balanced
Evelyn"Williams: spend a part of the holidays with her mas party Mrs. Grace program. I
:mother, Mrs. Pearl Stokes of Tampa
Mrs. Eva Davis Is injlje city to attend the funeral of her r-i x ssac laatl clsa JatS3at uac rlat leas lBopE t lit Ffac Ysar--r9if.I

brother-in-law, David Travers? j' -f0
Emma r. 'sho, s.tJie scene for the annual Christmas I I
;party for fye Victoria Ward Chapter of the O.E.S. on December 'I I I

28. I I I
' It's a full house at Charles and Sadie Johnson's of Browns- 1 I I
.vllle. Charles and Carol Ann are down from Ft. Knox; Bryon
'I am41.JIJS.t13.11cee"RosYM'DeC1ilt: V DeeCee;' Jimmi 's wile Ani- I I

,t&'anjKson1( ,\ Terrell;:Conn.f: ;All enjoying a tropical holiday. I I III
"G: amhaThi: Delta::Sorrily;entertained their guests at the lace and .
Dup ofPJaza .HotelfSaturday'evening.The! Egeiloc's had 1 J I bedruffled
hajnewvejtP t
ttettTChr&tmas party. a\ "lhe.hoine': the R.C. Jennings.' 1 I ,, ruffles. ,
-Tonf&d: gmma Brassfieldare. entertaining guests fromDetrolQloward I Flip out
; and Vernia Bryant: entertained the pair on Satur- I
day..1*:? in a 2 piece

',Would.jori: believe (? Oscar',and Dorothy Weaver and Leon 1 II back buttoned

andMarie.Perry' of.Washington, D.C. (the Perrys are visiting 1 I I hip-huggin'
Fran ldJim Chambers),celebrated their twenty-third wedding 1 I I see thru set.
annivers3Ty,9n the;-same,date Dec. 28. Congratulations. .I A bit of bikini rand
The flpwards Norman;Clifford and Samuel (St. Petersburg) J I r
motored: F$>r.t::Worttr;:'Texas for the wedding of Norman's 1 I + NThank if a band of bra

son,:;''paiynioBrenda.Hennington. The couple will,live. in 1 1I I -,( f blocks this
I Miami; 1 II bare allusion, .E
Altamease McPhee and Otis L. Brown were married in New
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church. The bride,daughter of Mr. 1 i I' I'v In bold black

and Mrs. Wilfred McPhee, ,Sr., :The bridegroom, son of Mr. 1 !' ')\r and wild white. $33.
and Mrs. Nathan Brown. The'couple will live in Miami. 1 : ( I

Eunice Ruth Bristow and Herman A. Wilson were married 1 I' t-5 ,7 1' '
Sunday in New Providence Baptist Church. The bride, daughter .
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bristow. The bridegroom, son of Mr.. I I you for your patronage I

and Mrs. Hubert Wilson. The couple will live in Miami. I ... r' '=. we hope the year brings to you I
Sara Benson's niece, Janis Stewart escaped the cold weather 1 = T OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9
,of Syracuse, N.Y. to enjoy Miami's sun and surf. 1 success, happiness and good health. 1 I

The Ashes (Leonard and Rozina) are entertaining Mrs. 1 /. /, BAIN'S FUNERAL HOME I
Weneth White who jetted down from Brooklyn for the holidays.
Here from Daytona Beach were Mrs. Mariah Williams and 1 3187 Douglas Rood W

Mrs. Blandean, uJnyard,of Orlando, who were houseguests of 1 I Miami, Florida 33133 I hoRts) &\L
James and Hazel Matthews of Opa-locka. 1 STAFF,Jam.. Howard, jr.,' L. App.; Richard Hamilton, D ,
Joyce,Engrara'and family of Daytona Beach was in the city 1!S GeorgFeltner, John Jackson, Able White.Ide, Grant B!
a few to chock sisr Mizell who is ( Bee, Hortense Y. Clarke; Barbara A. Bain = LORY'S FASHION SHOPS EVERYWHERE!
: days! pn ,Ruby recuperating I Victor J. Bain, Lie. Fun. Dlr. . '
;at home after surgery. I LI. Helen H. Bain, See. & Treat. R 1112111 I 7TH AVENUE (ED9SOM CENTER6 /'"
.Mr.Mid Mrs. Stinsqn Br dus of Louisville the house- I
are IRWiTRtI4l --i7Mfd71 i 1 ---lieRl----7N )
guests of Dan and Sue Francis.

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THE MIAMI.'TIMES, Friday, Jonuarx 3, l 69. 7
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the provision for
making social security pay-
BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING ments to disabled widows and

LINE-O-TYPE widowers has been in effect .
for almost a year, many of

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Ben Brice, one of Our Town's those eligible for these bene-
fits have
most-popular playboys of the late 30's and early 40's, com- neglectedtoapplyforthem.
pleted his annual Junket to upstate New York ........1. Ia
Back home again after several months vacationing I r According to MIssLeip-
at C old Springs Farm,Benny and zfgerofficerinchargeoftheModel
the woman who,finally shackled him(his sec- City Social Security office 3
ond time around) visited Nassau on an extended a widow who is unable to x@A A
tour ...Yvonne Burney-Weems home work because of a severe disability -
from Springfield, Ohio to visit her mother and whose husband .M ,
and family for Christmas as scheduled. But 4, worked long enough under So-
the big surprise was the unexpected arrivalof cial Security, may get monthly
her young and handsome mate Mack . benefits as early as age 50.
Mrs R. Stanley (Marian) Sawyer Jr rushed .. Or, if she end her husbandwere
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to Jackson Memorial hosp last Sunday.,but divorced after their
in vain. The devoted Opa-locka housewife (bedridden for marriage had lasted 20 yearsor
several years) was not admitted to the infirmary.She was de- longer and he was contribu-
clined entry by medics who, apologetically, ordered the patient ting to her support at the timeof Mary Arline Chapter 99, Order of Eastern Star, Free arid I Acce pled.Modern

back home. his death (or was under Masons, Inc. hare I just finished putting the finishing i ,touches on food baskets, ,

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Hazel Sanders and her hubby James, court order to do so) she may that were distributed to needy families last Monday from,the>home of ,Mrs..."A.

both recovering from the Hong Kong flu.. Frank Hall a Mi- be dow's eligible for disabled wi- Bradshaw. This and many other projects brought 1968 to'kf close with'the afub
ami visitor from Jaz. He formerly penned sports paragraphs benefits. ' '"' ; '
for this pledging to do a better job in the future. : ,: ;: ,, ; ;
gazette. . North's Travel Bureau seeking new site "in general," said Miss IJ .

in mid-town Edison Center . The flu bug visited Eugene Leipziger, "the widow can be Pictured above from left .to right are: A. Bradshaw L worthy :matron. r Katie
Duncombe. . The Fifth Dimension and 2 dolls
((3guys ) most
eligible for these benefits only
tuneful and rhythmic group of '68, appearing at the Deauville if her disability started before Parish, financial secretary;, Mary Holt, conductresinriue: Smith.,./marsfiol.

(on the Ocean at 67th), Opened there Dec 20 . Will Cyril her husband's death or within The club has twenty other members on the roll. :. : .,::.: .. JiUv" 4'

Poltier, the novice movie actor, appear soon in another ? ? ? seven years after his death.- .. '. .iI', 'it. !I.j wlh: ,
f. The Four Tops at the Diplomat in Hollywood. However, if she received social ." "'" ,.). 1 ;jjII\ fly' r
"Any whoro |In the world
[ SALT WATER TAFFY: Miamislanders: lonaHolmesof Harlem security benefits as a wi- you want to go"
*r down to visit sister Amelia Shavers, on to Nassau and dow with children, she couldbe TICK AUTO INSURANCE '"
ft, Tampa . Norman Bullard's mother Mrs Alice Bullard and eligible if she were disabled m (PITMD
Low Premium Rates
Irene Williams' ditto Mrs Ida Webb, will greet the New Year before those payments ended,' MOPE tiT ;+,
y in Nassau. . The Roosevelt (Mae)Thurstons annual Christ or within seven years after Low Monthly Payments :i
mas and New Year's jaunt to Nassau will find them cavorting they ended." ...., Immediate SR-22 Filings' '

in and out of the winding boulevards that lead to the island's Miss Leipziger said that ruY 4Qifll OFFICE HOURS

? Main Vein -- Bay Street . Agnes Martin very ill down in under the amendments monthly "Your Mon. Thru Prl. 9(30-7iOO gym' ,
r Key West . Bertha Snead and Ellen Bentley spending the benefits may also be paid Neighborhood Trovol' Sat. 9i30-4 00 \ ? :
,: Santa and New Year's holidays up In Tallahassee. to widowers as as Agonts" "
} 50 The requirements for wi- A* near to at
THE' WEEK'S WASH: City patrolman William Jackson and you your '
his Bunche Park elementary school missus Helen (after six dowers are different from t.l.phon Give vs a call. 4740NW7th"Avenue>- .i.
Wo Ullv.r. 1104 NW 3rd
I' months estrangement) appear to have called it FINIS. In con- those for widows Specifically, Ave FR 9-8451. Cha. C. 754-0655, ; I
versation with the burly cop, he confided that "I didn't send a disabled widower age 50 or I North, Monogor.

her away, and I won't ask her to cone back." And he added: over may get disability bene- M J .( .
',. Ir won't go backwards, either; I'll continue to move forward" fits if his wife worked long ..,?. ( t, "
1 f.= "',WllliamandhisEustisk'1abeauty( "! ark two: of my favorite enough under social securityand .i < a tr YkYg * * * * *.* * * * *'* *,* *.
r' 'pe ple . The Snerman (Shirley)Gabriels of Key West arecuddling if he was receiving at least P "I ,"UU"I W I 'II ,f' I
3 two bundles. They're twin boys Bryant Keith ((5 Ibs) half of his support from her I **'IJI'"I. 'J.d.' *'
" and Kevin Ibs 9 at the time she died. , ,
Ryant (4 ozs) born December 6 in Monroe I. "I' i I *
.., .. ,
General Hospital. Before these benefits can be/ :/" ' f&
made it must also be deter- New name. ',: ,;" ..: f&
STUFF AND SUCH: Dade County RN Eartharine Haywood's ...,_,. .. ',
5-year-old Kevin underwent eye surgery Jackson Memorial. mined whether the disability, '' '' ia(' '

Might have to wear specs . The Walter (Clotilda)Ashesare physical or mental, is severe ';" 11"
grandparents again via their daughter Darlene and Cpl enough to prevent the widowor f&

Henry Ashe's son Cedric Wayne's arrival (at 5 lbs) In San widower from performing New l :
Diego, Calif December 4 . Fr Elisha S, Clarke Jr's dad gainful work, and the impairment facilities...
Elisha S, Clarke Sr passed in Carver Ranches Thursday. . has lasted or is expected f&
First it was "Junky" Johnson from Nassau, now it's PR director to last twelve months or I
for the Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation Edward Rod- more, she added

riquez down from Daytona Beach houseguesting with Artie "Disabled widows and widowers f New spirit o f banking;

Richardson at Richardson Mortuary for the holidays who believe them- ,

SCRATCH MY BACK: The James Reeves' (she's Ruthie selves eligible to receive _
I service thecommunity
Daniels) have Call It A Day since October. After 9 years of these payments or who want to ;
wedded bliss, the ambitious talented and industrious Jimmyand additional Information should
his beauteous fraulein (comfortable real estate holders) get in touch with the social *
agreed to distribute ther holdings and go their separate ways security office" Miss Leip. :
. Mrs Irwin (Doris) Curtis' ma Mrs Thelma Gibson, recuperating tiger says. I f' I
in the Miami sun for, 3 weeks, left Saturday for
The Model
City Social Se-
Tampa and home . Did you know that the $51,994.40 Per-
curity office at 5225 NW 12th I
fecto winner at Tropical was a former City of Miami patrolman -
, who had been fired from the Department before becominga Avenue Is open from 8:30am. 1
taxi chauffeur? Earl Kirkland now has the last laugh. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through' 1t
Friday and, until 7:30 p.m. on.
SWEETS' TREATS: A Love Note from Thelma D, HarperLee Thursday.
: "Mr Sweeting It really takes someone thoughtful as f&J
you, to find such a wonderfully nice thing to do. About your c
article in which you were recalling female columnists pre- / ,
ceding your lady writers at this time: Remember it? As you c
recall, my column (with by-line) at first was YOUR FRIEND 0
Later, I changed it to COMRADES. Your column, as usual, is DOUBLE ACTION
highly interesting and newsy -- as Is the Miami Times." u f ICOLORSGRAYHJURUO( J

Sincerely, Mrs T. D, Harper Lee . Thank Q !III! I DamitaJo Q DRESSES HAIR IH PtACEr
closed at the Cabaret ((244 at 24th on the Beach) Christ
mas night but Dorothy Donegan and Arthur Prysock to open

YOURS: Wonder how that "Stanley DIVERSIFIED ..

Sweeting' special concected elixir's coming along at Bill PUBLIC SERVICE 1vJJ SWJia :
Harris' Satellite Bar ? ? ? City of Miami police matron Rose ANDNOTARY : ,, BN
Anderson had Just signed in for the 3 to 11 shift Xmas Day, Jf': j f&
when she was notified that her 4-year-old Donnie had Injured PUBLIC ", ,I';
himself via his holiday bicycle She scooted home to nurse his : 1o AU 'JM 7eople :

wounds .AlonzoRomer's birthday came Christmas Day and STANLEY SWEETING <<
he celebrated extensively without interruption But one day Public .
Relations # '
later (Dec 26) he was pickd up by cops for intoxication. . Consultant : : ..., ., : : t
Mrs B r e n v ill e (Eunice) Roberts (of NYC) brother Norman .;l(:'....;'l' '. .i.:, .' .
Hairstoo passed. Buried Friday ayem (Dec 20)) . The Cultural Theatrical Editor : '.. < "
Society of Miami Beach 'threw'bouquets at St Cecelia's The Miami Times .: ; ::;. ., JOHN W.ROBERTS'JR.President :

Choir of St Agnes' Episcopal for the group's Christmas pre NA 1-7203 : ) ."
; sentation at the Marco Polo hotel Leila Williams directed the <<
choral concert that blossomed out of Fr Lambert Sands' Big 16351 NW 18th Place i Member Federal Reserve System GARTH C.. REEVES, SR. :

Cathedral . That's it brother, from your one-man-news- Bunche Park t '
Chairman of
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation the Board <<
paper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who Opa-locka, Florida r .

is allways giving'some. poor: sucker. break! c * * .. ** .. .. . *' *'* * * * *'* * '*: * * * '* **

THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 3, 1969 .


DETROIT. Motown's ten spot, only to be replacedat premes and The Temptations' going into the three million- ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING I FROM
blazing records again this the pinnacle by still another "r m Gonna Make You Love dollar retail area,making it an SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU

week were one-two-three on Motown product. Me;" and The Temptations' all-time smash. HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
the national charts, and accounted Number one is Marvin "Cloud Nine." All five have All of this comes on the LAST EXPENSES?
for five of the top ten. Gaye's "I Heard, It ThroughThe topped the million sales mark, heels of one'of the most wide
This makes the Berry Gordy Grapevine;" number two heard It Through The Grapevlne" ly-acclaimed television spec
Jr.'s top record company Just is Stevie Wonder's "For OnceIn approaching two mil ials ever, "TCB, starring Join U.N.C.A.
about the hottest hitproducing My Life;"and number threeis lion. Diana Ross and The SupremesWith
operation in the history of Diana Ross and The Supremes' "which
Motown also is chalking up The Temptations, Universal Christian SocietyAND
the industry. "Love Child
Impressive sales in the LP was seen on NBC-TV on De-
The other two Motown records
Ironically,"each. of the front in the top ten(five ball) area. Currently representedby cember 9th and whose ratingwas REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST
three have enjoyed the top are Diana Ross and The Su- fourteen albums on the higher than CBS and ABC MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.
chartsten of the Motwon LP'sare ; Combined. Motown
reported to have passedthe tions, Inc, h association with CALL NOW.
million-dollar retail milestone George Schlatter/Ed Friendly 691-7669
Baker Concert
Don Organist, the industry guidelinefor Productions, created the
I a gold record. Special with Berry Gordy Jr.,

Here' Jan. 12 The top four of this group founder and president of Motown
*t.,).tIt . are "Love Child;" "Diana acting as creative con- NOWSCREENED
'J\S, Ross and The Join sultant.
was Canada's loss"when for mane es in five London AT
The "TCB The original cast
Don Baker left his native Ontario theatres He has had radio Temptations; ;
and "The Live track of the TCB Special is one 1:00
Temptations :
to play piano in 2: Long programs both in this country & 10:30:
At The Copa." One of the 14LP's of the big Motown LP's on the
Island movid and
theatre It was in England and has made
Motown charts already despite the fact
the orginal world's gain when almost fifty record albums.In representing on
the charts is "The Supremes that it was not released until
the same Don Baker desertedthe recent years, extended engagements -
piano keyboard for the at leading west Greatest Hits" which is now December 10th. I III

multi-rank consoles,of the coast clubs have won him thousands
massive theatre organs of the of new fans.In .
1' 1
day, and quickly rose to,star his most recent album, : : . :
billing in those halcyon,days,. "Curtain Time with Don Baker :MUFFLERSf. ., I :' :. '" 1 1
of the movie palace. ," which will be introducedhere \ ; ... ... ,. ;...:.' "..., :I. ._"'u. .... ,. .
Vhatlpromises: to be one during his brief stay,
of the most entertaining.musical - Baker plays the new Conn ((U'Sf I iM 'DU.iJ"t5: : .

events of the season,Bakes Theatre model organ, a modi- <_.. '.. .'" ,, .,. .. ......./ ,;. ,.. ,' ." ... '' .. ',,- "" ,,.. > x
er wUl'ppear In an organ concert fied electronic version of the . .
In Miami on Jan. 12, at huge instruments on which Baker \ ' .l/} / ; ;:
; :
4 p.m'', Th'e concert, sponsor, won his early laurels:The (: f ilMJf: ;
ed by Victor Pianos&Organs, Conn theatre model will also 2' ,04',. : ; : : [ -.4/
local Com dealer, will be held be among those played by Bak- lliliiimo I
at 300 NW,54th Street. er during his concert. .., /\ :
Baker's theatre, engagements Organl enthusiasts of 3' :$ 3- <
every It! >(jn
include'U"'c1!. r&Gl.tJ'\ . ir'tlfe' : IN COLOR
a 13-year featured age will be enthralled by Bak- : "
spot as solo organist at, er's performance but those : : :: ::." ,: ..: : 'i s
; ," ., (,. ...... ,. . .. " '
New York's paramount Thea- who recall the heyday of the '.,. -',,',. ', ./: '. ".,U.." ,.' ': ': :. '': '.,."(.. .'.' :<"95'(2. ''; : :
jtre and a year of i daily per- movies, when the organ con .A"g..n..m. 71

FLIP WILSON TO the cert highlights and community of the show sing,were will J .. .. . .../. .. .' . ...... ...... .... t' t$ YR rQ '!, surtnUlisMarn4lwu

ENTERTAIN particularly welcome this opportunity :'; ' :
TIRE DEALERSTop re-live those won-I fC/; s "F"G'V'fR") \ 'D" '.... ';M: "U"'ll' tL' '''R'" CLinT EST WOOD

entertainer Flip derful days.Florida. i , .... . :, . \ ..,..,... ., .,.,:11.; .. ,.../
: n"coocan's BLUfrSPECIAL
Wilson the popular comedian ; : ; .'
will entertain B. F. Goodrich Charities .. HI 'Hi': 'S.ft. :eJ63,3c43Q.o" SUSAN
tire dealers at regional dealer :: ; CIARK DON SIROUD-f SHA Sf R[ G BETi1 HE10 [{{J,COBS

sales' meetings in Dallas, .\ ; ADDED ATTRACTION
Help NeedyAt
San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta 1
and Philadelphia in Jan.
,This appearance will be the ChristmasFlorida
first by nationally. known
performer at the annual meet Charities, a new
ings, which this year are expected charitable organization setup FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
to draw more than 1-, here recently, helped make
500 persons. Christmas happy for many
families in the Greater Miami
:starting salary plus Florida Charities is locatedat INSURANCE AGENCY 8:50:
Commi J ( ion, Progressives 741 NW 62ndSt.and is working "
lory increases, unlimited to help underprivileged 'MADIGAN
families get on their feet.
5 promotional day week, opportunities paid( holidaysand Members of the board of JIM LEVENSON, Ownr Ph n 635.7507 RICHARD WIDMARK HENRY FONDA INGERSIElffiWHY
directors Include Joshua Hillman -
paid vacations
( good-
pension plan, free life insurance Rev. A.D. Ha11Sr.,Mrs
A. Raines, Judge Joe ars.
and free hospital Boyd, rn-- Ila' '
insurance. Apply: National Mrs. Nell Nash, Dr. Joseph wn t+ HAPPY
Linen Service, 1950 ,NW Portier, Arthur Mel, Mrs.
1st Avenue. Juanita Smith andJudgeHenry y i NEW
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SUN GLASSES CLOCKS 9.ny Curtis Henry Fonda Georg,Kenne<
Mike Kellin Murray Hamilton tflt:lf E"" r Edverd AnM ttifoWP
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r Suggested Audienc.1.B P"I da ev
Prescriptions Our Specialty for Mature



2300 NW W Sr* Warren Welters Reg. Pharmacist r'


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, /ohuV 1969 9

\ Crime Commission: Seeks ; < Jft "

,! Bar c all ,

The Crime Commission of CHARLES
Greater Miami Thursday urg-
ed Metro,Dade County Commission
Jto establish. maximum ; ; ROGERS
closing hours for bars and ( ,
'mil BY DAVE BONOUf # night clubs without further delay AT PL 1-7502

.. The County Commission ,

Well, I missed wishing all or you a Merry Xmas, so rll appointed a Committee some
months ago to study and report
make up now by saying "Seasons Greetings" to all, and hope ,
back on uniform maximum
that each of you will have the best and most prosperous year or
In 1969. rye been busy as a one legged buckdancer and almost closing hours for liquor es-
didn't make the first column of the year. tablishments. This Committee
was appointed after the mur-

Another bus driver has been shot and robbed and so many der of Mafia member Tommy
of them have been beaten etc, that It makes their job almost Altamura in a lateclosingNorth
as dangerous as a policeman's. They are civil service, which Bay Village night club
means that they have been screened before they were hired and after exposes of prostitution -
and have had to a in the then late closing
pass rigid physical examination. . so I
have an Idea. Since there Is such a need for policemen In our North Bay Village night spots
city and these bus drivers are all over our city daily and have Arthur Huttoe president of
the lives of many of our citizens In their hands, why can't they the Crime Commission,pOinted -
be deputy policemen? They could be taught how to handle a gun out that the committee did
at the police academy, check their gun out when they go on hold a public hearing some Heights."l'
duty and check it in when they get off duty. This would mean weeks ago,but,apparently,did :
that he his not report back to the County
passengers, and the other citizens would have that
extra protection of these Commission. A news releasea
deputies. . until such time as our
police force has been week or two ago indicatedthe
brought up to the number needed to offer
this protection. One other thing. . they have also been Committee, apparently on.
taught courtesy. I am not saying that our.policemen are not its own, had decided that it
courteous, I make this clear because I know some of you' . would leave the entire matterup I I
to the
you will make a mountain out of any sentence. I Just added Legislature.Mr. .
that as an afterthought. . as it is good to know these things Huttoe stated, "We feel j ,
1 very strongly the matterof
setting closinghours is dis..
I' PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Luretter Cyprian
tinctly a local problem which

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Frank D'Aqutno should remain under local
control and not be delegated to
VIP OF THE WEEK: Harry Botwick (Fla. State Theatres) the State Legislature. The DISPLAY

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Dorothy HaywoodAll Nerth.huth,.w.x<

of y'all who have the flu bug who didn't hear the tele- ST,'I N.W. 3rd AVE,: .

cast from the New York doctors who are fighting the epidemicin 02 .n' _
their city should drink hot toddies with whiskey along with : .0401 -.'Broward' JA 2-5131
your fruit Juice rest and aspirins. I had no idea that there IN U.S.A.
were so many people who had not heard this announcement andI LAS OLAS ILVD.IA'16
don't know if it helps rid you of the bug or make you feel so I
high that you forget him, but everybody who uses it sez it is ,"
good for it. So try a little "tenderness." Hope youse feel 1
better, cause I have had it and I know how lousy it makes you

If you bought your child a bike for Xmas, or if Santa bought
him one, please buy an inexpensive light for it if he or she ryi
rides it after dusk. So many children have been struck by cars y
Just because they could not see the child in time. This is a law JAij.
to have a light, anyway, but don't let the law make you have to
'" do something that will save your child's life.You should do it

on your own. Also, if they are out after dusk, see that they
Sam M o n cur has been
wear something white. Our streets are not well lit enough, fora
selected by the O.I.C.steering
high-speed driver to see in time . and you know we have
committee to attend a manage-
plenty of high-speed drivers. e
rial training institute Jor 12

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: I Just found out why the girls weeks in Philadelphia, Pa.
wear the short dresses that reveal everything. The garment Mr. Moncur will spend six
industry is saving materials, and the girls are too tall for the weeks learning the total
dresses . Arthur Prysock appearing on the Beachfor the opera t ions of the O.I.C.
holidays . Flip Wilson over there, too. . My club was Centers, and will return to
bought out (the whole building) so I am no longer at the VIP Miami for four weeks attendingto

Lounge . Thanks for your patronage you wonderful people the preliminaries
. Bill and Ivy Banks down from Detroit for the holidaysand necessary to open an O.I.C.
to get their games together for North-South golf tournament center in Miami. He will then

. My thanks to all the people in Operation Mainstreamfor return to Philadelphia for an Hundreds Of Dresses
the beautiful gift attache case they gave me for Xmas. additional six weeks to con-
clude the training program.

The big 17 piece band is playing all over town. They worked The O.I.C. program is de-
New Years Eve at the Police Benevolent Association Hall when signed to train and re-train marked Down To
the Top Hat Investment Corp., Inc., held their gala dance and residents of the ghetto for
show. Mayme was not able to get out yet, so I missed it, but better employment. .q
they tell me it was a great time and everybody enjoyed them- '88 fl84
selves . The EOPI employees party was held at Bayfront
Park Auditorium last Saturday night and it was a huge suc- Spiritual Melodies
cess. Mrs. Marie Carl director of the program, presented celebrated with dinner at Values To
.f. X:
awards to outstanding workers and it was a lovely affair. Only Howard Johnson Restaurant on ',1, .. '
one thing marred the evening,and that was one woman who had South Dixie Highway lastThur'sday
to prove she was "colored." Please note I did not say Black. night.Gifts were exchanged $16.99Jr.
Theodore Johnson was in charge of the affair, and he did a also. The membersare
wonderful job. : Mr. Ebron Milbry, Mrs.
LuJa We lions, Mrs. Evelyn
Souter Mrs.C Ine Williams Jr. Petites -Juniors Misses-4
That is It for this week. Until the next one . LIVE LIFE ,
EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE IN 1969 . and Mrs. Lucille Shipp, Mr. John !
Souter and Miss Annie L.Shipp
HAPPY NEW YEAR. who was not present. I!i

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If you miss the Richmond Heights news colum, It's because

AT THE FESTIVAL: I Priscilla Redding, columnist, along with her mother, Eddie
Lee Redding, were bedded at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for
If Miami seemed unusually overcrowded last weekend, it j 'about nine days. We are glad to know that both are out and recovering -
wasn't only our relatives from across the water on their an-
nual shopping spree., This was a young crowd from all over The entire community extends sympathy to Sgt. and Mrs.

the country who bused, trained, flew but mostly hitchhiked 1" James Bailey (Ann) in the loss of a nephew, Kelvin Smith

down to the Miami Pop Festival. \' whom they raised from a small boy. He was senior and well-
This was a three day college of some thirty different soloists liked around athlete at Killian High. Services wil be held at
and musicians of pop and psychedelic music. The event ,t.
Church at
Martin Memorial Methodist Thursday 4:15: p.m.
took place,at Gulfstream Park on the 28,29 and 30 of Decem .
Body will be shipped to Tallahassee, Fla. burial.
ber. The weekend ever to close a holiday in the historyof
of the lateC.L.Johnson
Mrs. Muriel Johnson, daughter anda
Miami. friend Mrs. Lessie Holloway spent the Christmas holidayswith
Some of the stars being featured were Marvin Gaye, BookerT. '
Muriel's family, Mrs. Doris Walker, Mrs.Marie McCall,
and the M., G.'s The Sweet Inspirations, Jose Feliciano,
: Parker and Alonza Johnson.While here,they enjoyed the Delta
The Charles Lloyd Quartet Iron Butterfly Stepenwolf, Hugh :
ball, a dinner party where her long time friend, Artie Richardson -
Masakela, The Fifth Dimension who are presently playing the '
: was present and a round parties by family and friends.An .
Casanova Room in Miami Beach's plush Deauvllle Hotel, and j :
: ; overnight stay of a trip to Nassau to see the famous
many, many : :'
There were scores of unbelievable sights and sounds available ; " : JUNAKOO and Paradise Island were also among the entertainment -
for your enjoyment. After pricing sandwiches for 75? and : :,: : -(: given for them. It was Mrs.Holloway's first trip to Fla.
small cokes for a quarter, it was not hard to see how smart it : l .f She was impressed and certainly plans to return.
would have been to bring your own grease bags and jugs. The lawn of the month December winner is Mrs. Mercedes

Some of those digging the show from the sidelines were Lo- Sod SUtw tit tiled I A. Thomas 10851 S.W. 152nd Street. Area three (from
veil and Lovita Richardson, Julius and Wesley Wade, Lofton 01{ Buchanon St. to 103rd Ave.) will be Judged in January.; Be

Moncur and Michael Robertson. sure to have the front, back and sides of your lawns well-

* * * * * * * groomed.
week the "Hill"
Our soul sister of the comes from .
HOME FROM SCHOOL: Carol Ann Wright, daughter of Mrs. NonaBallof 1060

There are many of our friends home for the Christmas N.W. 56th St. is a freshman at Florida M University. Raider ReportBY I IThe

Holiday Among them are Pattie Styles, Linda Kelly,Ruth and 'She is majoring in Sociology and her hobbies are

Sam Stubbs, Paula Wyche Wilarena Williams, Leah Simms, sewing and photography CHRIS BATES

Fletcher PaschalMary Styles, Sharon Reddick, Emory West, Red Raider basket-ball president of the All Miami

Clarence Smith, Gala ,Brown, Michael Braynon, James Mc- 4. I team is out in full force, witha Youth Chorus. George is a
Gruder, Gail Willlngham (natural), Glenda Spence, Fred --- --r'- line up of some of Miami's member of the vocal ensemble

Bethel, Anna Jean Stephenson,' Bernard Welters, Frazier most noted players. The pow- and is student conductor of the

Bradley, James Taylor, Sonya Bethel, Billy Brown, Aquilla Fund- To Send Black YouthTo erful squad is made up of Concert Chorus.

Hightower, Theodore Johnson, Leroy Winfield, John Capers, James (JimmyFlaggNa Since Drug Use and Abuse

Alvin McDuffie, John Copeland,Lynnette Williams,Ruby Mac- thaniel (Nat) Moore, Lonnie ,has become such a great problem -
key, Virginia Smith, Andrella Bunyan, Michael Hart, Arthur Church-Related CollegesNEW Harris, Clinton Baker, Wal- in Dade County, Edison

Butler, Rachel Reeves, Arthur Humes, Anthony Williams, ter Atrice, Glenn Miller, has appointed a Narcotics
Irene Adderly, Stella Thomas, Jackie Butler, Clarinda Kil- YORK. The Com- Although the emphasis of Frank Cockfield and Arthur committee that will gather
patrick, Robert Williams, Joyce Champion,Robert Span, Law- mittee for Racial Justice of the the committee Is on supportof Wilson. facts and ideas to present to
rence Crawford, Patricia Pompey, Leroney Houston, Willie United Church of Christ adopted self-directed projects in the
Edison is proud to say that the student body.The commit-
Blackman Armbrister Leo Armbrister and a budget $628,954.60for black community Mr. Cobb
Anthony' Jr., Vernetta King and Berthine tee has met with narcotics of-
Carol Wright. its program in 1969. said the program for 1969 will
Dean were recently chosen as ficials to clear up any mis-
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single item
Largest semi-finalist in the National conceptions concerningthe
AT THE PARTY SCENE: $100,000 for the committee's racism. Achievement
Scholarship dangers and advantages of )
higher education program designed The organization will work awards. The returns of the drug use. ;
to help black youth attend within the church, with ecu- scholastic aptitude test scores Congratulations are going

church-related colleges.In menical agencies and secular will determine whether or not out to Denise Bendross, An-
1968 the agency spent a organizations to fight "one of Vernetta and Berthine will become drea Erwin and Sheryl
total of $20,285.73 to aid 70 our society's greatest evils," finalist. Knowles, who have recently
students who would not other- he said.
George been selected
Ingraham a Miami as Junior Var-
wise have been able to attend The committee is supported Edison senior was elected sity Cheerleaders.
college. by a special "Neighbors In

The Rev. Charles E.Cobb, Crisis" offering given by

New York City, executive coordinator members of local churches of MALE LAUNDRY HELP

of the Committee for the United Church of Christ Loaders pullers extractor Good
PATTIE operators.
ROSLYN Racial Justice stressed empowerment throughout the ration. The
Production bonus. Excellent company *
Pattie Styles entertained guest at her home on the 26th at of the black com- churches have also been asked
an after Christmas set. Some of the guests were Cliff B. Edwards munity" as the basic policy to contribute an amount equalto benefits, paid vacation, permanent job.

Rose Reeder, Sharon Reddick, Arthur Butler,Sam and expressed in the budget.Com- from one to five percent of Must be 18 or over. Apply in mornings. No

Ruth Stubbs, Norvel Bethel, Emory West and many ,more. munity organ 1z atton,economic their operating budgets to the phonecalls please. National Linen Service.

Rosalyn Smith, Miami Jackson senior, threw a party on the development and lead- work of racial justice. 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.
28th at her Liberty,City} l\ome. Some playing the scene,were ership training are to be the The Committee for Racial

Beverly Parks, Jefferson Reaves, Deborah Wells, Juanita major field programs,he said.A Justice will also cooperatewith
Mention, Gary Range and'several others. other church and secular

:,Jay Baker did his,thing iday,night at the House of Photo-- community'headed organizationteam agencies In working for"rea.
graphy where he entertained guest untilsthe wee hours of the by William Land, listic programs to secure a Miami-Dade
morning. Music was supplied by a'tape recorder which con- director, was active during just society," Mr. Cobb said.

tained every hit on the top forty. Knowing Jay, you could expect 1968 in the New York He pointed out that the activi-
school crisis
nothing but pretty girls lining the walls of the room. But mobilizing par ties of the committee are only
Friday night he had them off the pictures and onthe dance ent and teacher support for a part of the attack being made Junior College
community control in the
floor: right before you in living color. Some of those makingup Ocean by national and regionalagen-
". the crowd were Ruby Pace, Sheila Rush, Mildred and Les- Hill-Brownsville Dis- cies of the United Church of
trict and in East Harlem
sie Pitts, Beverly Champion, Lovell Richardson, Alan Blon- to Mr. Cobb. according the Christ on the racial crisis in SOUTH CAMPUS

dell, Bill Brown, Robert Preston and brother Joseph, John nation.

Capers and many, many more. The party was a blast. How to subscribeto
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I Society 'Concert At Fontainebleau Ultra-Successful 1

By BLANCHE CALLOWAY Range was presented and said "What The World Needs green were made by Mrs.Ce- Earth" climaxed by the na- which he maintains a struggle
that she certainly was enjoy- Now;" Mr. Walter Brown excelled cilia Highsmith. Following the tural crescendo of "The Im- against perhaps overwhelming
Sunday afternoon, Decem- ing the program but becauseof in his "Thine Alone acknowledgments of hostessesand possible Dream." odds." I don't know the extentof
ber 15th, the GiGi Room of the her many committments as every tone so rich and full-, ( Miss Minerva Dickie)and Mr. La Pierre's favorite "overwhelming odds" en-
Hotel Fontainebleau was the a public servant, would have bodied to the awarding of sponsorship tro- quote is: "We are Concerned tailed in preparing an affair of
adding greatly
setting for one of the social to leave early. She compli- pitch of the affair. phies, the choral ensemble that success is not measured this sort, nonetheless it was a
highlights of the season; the mented Mr. La Pierre on the brought the curtain down witha by what man accomplishesbut true display of success for all
1968 Fall Concert presentedby good work he has been doing Piano solos by Mr. Frank most unusual medlee of a by the opposition he en- concerned. Congratulations
the members of the Per- over the years, reminiscing Fickling, Miss Elaine Delaneyand quiet "Let There be Peace on counters and the courage with Society members!
forming Arts Society of The the Society's early humble beginning ' always so adorable Mrs.
Paul La Pierre School of and emphasized the Martin Drexel of Miami

Musical: Arts. It was indeed Society's and studio's effortin Beach. FRANKLIN'S CARPET
the most outstanding! teaching and presentingpu- As a grand final presentation -

Four hundred or more Invited pils regardless of race and the chorus presented 8650 NW 22ND AVENUE .
guests, semi-formally color. "Finian's Rainbow" by Bur-
attired were present to see ton Lane featuring Misses SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING

and hear the results of many The program continuedwithvocal : Veronica Williams, soprano, I COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR Y/AXJNG)
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The program was opened Miss Germaine Miller, "La excerpts of that mu- I --
Miss Germaine Miller singinga Boheme," Miss Valda Cole sical comedy .quite professionally IMfcl
medley of selections from was quite excellent with her which included
"My Fair Lady" (Lerner, special arrangement of "Autumn choreography'and an amusingduet
Lowe) followed by the Performing Leaves;" Mrs Sadellj with Miss Cole and Mr.
Arts Society Chor Victor at her best with McCartney., ,
uses' overture singing "Exo- ."Here's That Rainy Day" and Costumes of bright Kelly-

dus" and "They Call The Wind fILL J
Miss Juanita Desha-
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extended greetings and introduced 'OUR CLASSIFIED iS
Rev. Vincent Meo,min- I I It
ister of North Dade Church of yr
Religious Science, who gave I

the invocation, followed by I L-J u.', ..
Schubert's "Ave Maria" A' p

which was sung beautifully by
MissDeshazior with a full

chorus ba..kground. Miss Ca- Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE ter.h .
therine McKham, making her
first attempt as a soloist, ""'"MR. JACK"
showed great promise in her FOR
rendition of "Vienna, City of
My Dream." tAt STYLES, FOR ALL AGES {h 4.5! tA0

The,Very Latest in Men's Fashions 8 q
this point, our City Commissioner .
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Women Workers Set i n yv

Ban On Dixie Firm's GoodsCHICAGO. gip: 3 tom.

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-A group of In a buying ban throughout the ed that employees of the pre- RK
black women who toil in the nation, dominately white local In the ', ri
industry which manufacturers Some of Chicago's largest Lake City unit recelvea hfgher
women's wear has launched stores are being contacted and wage increase than employeesin
a buying ban against a Dixie asked to cancel the Wentworth the all-black Florence unit.

firm in a labor dispute filled brands, listed as Lee Holiday, Mrs. Kate Lewis, presidentof
with charges of racial dis- James Lee, Capeheart Robes, local 366, flew to Chicago
crimination.The Molly Goldberg,Promo,Royal from Florence last week to air
women are members of Miss and Apogee m garmentsfor her case She revealed that
the International Ladies Gar- women. several strikers have been i. .w i
ment Workers Union of the The action is the outgrowthof jailed under most unpleasant
Southeast Region. They seek a legal strike set by two conditions and that a sheriffran L ; : Z
international :
all-out support in a buying Garment Work- over a black woman with :
withdrawal campaign againstthe ers Unions, Local 366 of his automobile during the rift. '
Wentworth Manufacturing Florence, and Local 534 of A check with an authoritative '
Lake both in South N*
City, Carolina -
company of South Carolina, source from the area .
which supplies several Chicago at the Wentworth Manu- points to a long history of
stores with certain brand facturing company's plants in union-busting by the struck
name women's garments.Mrs. those cities. firm which moved from Chi- UL
A spokesman for the strik- cago because of labor troubles.
Maida Kemp general /
ers explained that the strike
organizer for the ILGWU from has been for three months and It is alleged that company ..
at Miami Edison Jr. High School sacrificed their annual Christmas *
Chicago, said last Wednesdaythat involves some 750 production Inspired-news reports
two powerful Chicago labor employees. The action does throughout South Carolina party this year and gave the proceeds to Variety Children's Hospital
'groups the Joint Coun- not involve fringe benefits or have threatened the ILGWU. instead.
cil of Teamsters and the conditions, but is the result ofa members with the alternativeof
Chicago Federation of Labor wage differential between returning to the cotton fieldsif Young Robert Hoyt, age 10, of 1960 NW 192nd Terrace is shown accep-
-- have pledged their supportto white and Negro workers in the they do not return to work.It ting the check from Wanda Thurston, president of the Miami Edison 'Student
the striking workers. The plants.In is reported that the firm is Council, as Michael Green (L) Teacher Sponsor of the Student Council and
workers also seek support the course of negotiations now attempting to open a non- Assistant Advisor Williams beam their approval.
from Operation Breadbasket the company propos- union plant in Andrews,Texas.

NAACP To Launch Expanded Local Leadership Program I

NEW YORK. A nation- pand the Association's pres- black community in our effortto A corps of staff trainers willbe ership development clinics in to city as the need may re-
wide Leadership Development ent activities in the develop encourage and promote the employed to carry out the 10 target cities; community quire.
Program beginning early in ment of grassroots leadershipin community's capacity for program. Each of these will be leadership development insti- The program will be super-
1969, designed to recruit and the nation's Negro communities Identity and fulfillment," he required to undergo special tutes to be set up in 25 citiesto vised by Miss Althea' T. L.,
train volunteer personnel to The grant with an said. training at an established pro train indigenous community Simmons, NAACP ,secretaryfor
handle community social and initial payment of approxi- fessional institute. Additional leaders in the development of training, who will Involve
economic problems was an- mately $100,000 covers a The enlarged program, Mr. training services include an their own leadershipresources consultants from colleges,
nounced here by Roy Wilkins four-year period.In Wilkins added, "representsthe urban ghetto leadership pro- ; and mobile training professional societies and
executive director bf the Na- announcing the expanded continuation of a tradition gram involving ghetto lead- units to be deployed from city trade groups.
tional Association for the Ad- program Mr. Wilkins saidit which the Association has
vancement of Colored People. would not be limited to local served almost since its estab-
The program, funded by a NAACP branch leaders. "We lishment, namely, the provi-
Rockefeller Foundation grantto will broaden the reach of sion of constantlyrenewed -
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the NAACP Special Contribution training to embrace strategic leadership pools for the Ne- .
Fund will vastly ex- non-member groups in the gro community." "
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Cooperative- Housing Proposed'By' NAACP you tuned in mH'

NEW YORK.-The National gages and large-scale profes- available to black citizens 01
Association for the Advance- sional management to achieve New York City and further
and turned
ment of Colored People, improved housing for Negro provide economic opportunities onto
through Its New York Metro- families. for black entrepreneurs
politan Housing Council, has Such a program,the Council through cooperative management modern all-electric living
proposed conversion of sound said resolution, "can. ." .
housing into cooperatives for serve as a major force in the Fights!
low and middle income fa ml- conservation and Improve- Discrimination Today, a host of electrical marvels stands ready to help with
ment of a significant and val- ... your work, bring you comfort and entertain you. And powerto
lies.The Council, composed of uable segment of our existing in Jobs run them all is ready and waiting. It costs but a few cents ",
the housing chairman of 18 housing Inventory as well as EQUAL EMPLOYMENT per kilowatt hour . the biggest bargain in your budget I .. .' '" ,
NAACP branches in New York provide expanded opportunities OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION Full Housepower Wiring is the first necessity for flameless
Wash D C 20506
City, was organized by Wil- for better housing freely 1800 G St. NW all-electric living. With it, you can make full and efficient
liam R. Morris, the Associa-" .use of all the electrical conveniences you now own .
tion's national director of and be ready for the new work-savers you plan to buy.
housing programs. Edward With plenty of handy outlets and switches, there's no need'ior
Beresford of the uptown New $5 Down unsightly nests of extension cords. ,...
York City Branch Is chairman.The Do you have Full Housepower Wiring now?
proposal calls for utilization = 100-200 Amp Service ? Ask your
FHA-insured mort-. OHs electrical contractor. He'll give you a y .,
complete Housepower Checkup. Free. t ,< ; ;

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I II Florida Gets $1,506,795 To Train 810 Unemployed. I


ATLANTA, Ga. -Job-skill clerk, auto mechanic, auto training in 1962, more than school dropout, minority which operates under the gui- MDTA Is administered
training for 810 Floridians body repairman, total cost 13,000 classroom-type pro- member, under age,22 or over dance of the Labor Depart jointly by the Departments of

will be provided through 13 $361,063, Federal $342,167.Two jects have been approved, offering 45, or handicapped. ment's Manpower Adminis- Labor and Health, Educationand
new classroom-type Manpower projects to be conducted training to about 800-, Increasing numbers of tration. Welfare. Funds for training

Development and TrainingAct at Winter Park by the Mid- 000 people in some 600 differ- trainees are being drawn from The local employment of- facilities, instructors,and
(MDTA) projects, it was Florida Technical Institute ent occupations. the ranks of the hardcore un fices are also responsible for equipment are provided
announced by the Secretariesof will train 20 combination welders Potential through the Departments of
; During the last two years employed. participants placing the trainees in jobs
Labor and Health, Education for 25 weeks, cost $41, almost two-thirds of those enrolled are sought out, tested after they complete MDTA Vocational Education in the
and Welfare.The projects 214, Federal $38,154; 20 gen have been disadvantaged and counseled, and referred to courses. Follow-up reports on various states, and weekly allowances
involve a total Investment of eral office clerks for 42 which means generally not training by the more than 2,000 200,000 of them during the to trainees, most of

$1,585,814, with the Federal weeks, total cost $48,394, only unemployed or underem- local public employment offices year after graduation show whom are heads of households,

Government furnishing $1,. Federal $46,461. ployed, but from a poverty- of the Federal-State Employment that nine out of every ten were through the State Employment
506,795. in MDTA funds and Since the start of MDTA level family and either a Security system, working. Security Agencies.

the State of Florida contribu- , .. .... ... ...
ting $79,019. ,,,"'."," W.>t\'Z ff "',"' '':'1''Y ii.... <_;Q'-.z.'W',,. :" "' ',' 'f"' ''',\" -"' .m.' 1, .."' ;,:>,$"',,: ,; ";,>",/'!'.""" ",,>,.$. "i\-x'l.' : \,,'. ':<,',,.G t"' ''y.<<'. ,' :.t tP,: ,:'\,"A": .:'. ,,, "_<:;,\\' "',"' . ",." .I I
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unemployed or ';. ,;..;." /t, : ;-t >, %hs p kVia;. > :'iJ''X' "'dtJ\"tf.\; 'P '.").fJ,P.,'v'L',( .> < ';; ))'ij.'{% ,h."' .fiJ;'r;<'J" ,yt\;.<' '. '. "I.f'( >;' !
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in MDTA occupations All which training then is ; iL : .lft'V ,;. ; \: i'" :; ; t : ,, : ", ,,;

is a local demand for more F ::;.' );i x Y 3;. ;ofo; : !: ib'i : ,, ;;:': .

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WilliamU. : iJfG.
more employable, i
Norwood, regional manpower ." <,, ;' } ; '!

administrator, V, S. :; J>
Department of Labor, said. ,. "/ .
Two projects will be con- "i!

ducted at the Adult and Vocational ):t

Education Center at ,$ 4'x
Lauderdale to train 20 /. ,! s
Fort : ;
stock clerkssales clerks for I 1 4

32 weeks at a total cost$40-

377, Federal $38,560; 20 short 'w'I\

order cooks for 28 weeks,total ;: ,

$37,299, Federal $35,366. S S : i
Another Fort Lauderdale '.'''''t', I P
project will be'conducted at ,';
Northeast Vocational Centerto : ,; ,. .\\
train 20 combination weld- '
ers for 20 weeks, total cost i '
$27,499, Federal $26,172. .::/',} .. r( ;t., :: '
The Adult and Vocational
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Education Center at Gaines- '. 'M'''' ,,

ville training will as for provide gasoline 20 jobless 41 engine weeks'per-repairmen :..;,:: {:!

sons cost $45,534 Federal C
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$43,561. ",,." ....tfl
Training for 180 unemployed :

and underemployed persons b-1/ :
will be provided at Santa Fe :
'Junior College at Gainesville.

Tie training will be as"auto nl. ,
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clerk, salesperson, auto body ','."" ." V :,

repairmen, nurse aides and ,:;.. <." <.:,,..,'... >f711f;
basic education. The trainingwill t' k

be for up to 52 weeks and !-, :" b
will cost $382,353, of which P,k
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$366,146 will be Federal
funds. #PY YV,S

Hollywood's Adult and Vocational L .,"'" (",u -<..,:,;, "
Education Depart- ,
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ment will offer 29 weeks'training Ms
as clerk-typist to 40 ,
jobless 1 total cost $74,976, "'<':'
Federal $71,343.The 4 Newport : '
MDTA Education Cen- ,. 1 .': ",
ter at Jacksonville will provide ; ,
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training for up to 51 weeks > ."'....... ", '
for 160 persons as clerk- i1
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stenographer, auto mechanic, ",>....,.'
auto body repairman, gasoline "

engine repairman, furniture

finisher, furniture uphoster, ,. ,
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short order cook, baker, -, ? "'. ', 'i/ ,
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serviceman. Total i "; .: { :" ,", j; ,
cost $391,575, Federal $370, }f. {). >, "It'.. >"
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weeks to 90 general duty .
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nurses, total cost $31,781, ,' ,' : : :
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Technical Institute : ', :, ""

at Orlando will provide ,
25 weeks' training to 20 job-
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less as front-end men, total .,':'
cost $31,885, Federal$30,416. y syr .

Pensacola Junior College ....N. ,., S I IIA '
will train 20 persons as auto : : 'S ,4 :

mechanics for 52 weeks, total

cost $71,964, Federal$67,964. ,/ "
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weeks' training will be pro-

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I TIMES Friday January 3 1969 17
Thousands Mourn Passing Of

Dr. M. C. Coleman/

Dr. M. L.Coleman,who was trious Grand
Matron. She was
known In the Miami area for the founder. of the Frances jjr JFF
her generous tributes to many Walker Rest Home in Wash- O UYOURQaF FV4I1r4JA
people in her religious activities ington
which was named after
died in her home in her late mother. from
Washington D. C. last week
Her son, Dr. James Harris
after a short illness. and the family acknowledge to
She was a graduate of the all of their friends and well _

Edward Waters College of wishers, and all ministers for Linds1eyLttmber
Jacksonville and a memberof
their kind deeds of thought and
the National Council of Ne- deep expressions of sympathy.

gro Women. She was a mem- She was laid to rest in the
ber of the International Masons family plot in Edenborn, pa.
and Order of Eastern

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cheer but the Shriners of is CARVED '
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sentiment of this temple PILASTERS if BRICK PANELS
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announced the engagement of the Shriners of Kazan Temple All 34(1
their granddaughter 149# would like to say in all
Brown who is the daughter of .
togetherness .May the won-
Mrs. Ossie Smith to James
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18 THE MAMI,TIMES, Friday, January 3, 1969

Elisha Clark /ounder In Memory of
I l DEATHS 1 Funeral Services for Chester andpastor Central'
CARDS MEMORIALS Holloway of 544 S.W. 6th Missionary Baptist Churchfor

Avenue, Homestead, will be 18 years, died Wednesday
held on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in survivors
''' December 19. His
the chapel. He is survived by
THANK YOU NOTETh CARD OF THANKS M.H. RAHMINGS one brother Rev. David Hollo- Include his wife, Viola; six
I sons, Elisba, Frank,. MelvinF'iederickJerome ,
The family of the late way of Buffalo, N.Y.< one con' and

family of the lateL. NATHAN COLEMAN in. Ernest H a r per of Florida Franklin two sisters and,eight
City and other relatives.
wish to express sincere thanksto 7 Mrs. Lea v a d a Brown of grands. Services, Saturday

the Francis Funeral Home, 10005 West Jessamine Street, gran d s, Services, Saturday

Rev. Brantley, and membersof Perrine. Died on December 27 f I December 28th,2 p.m.Central L
Israel Bethel Primitive at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Missionary B a p ti 1st Church,

Baptist Church, the many Brown a resident of Perrine Hollywood, Florida.

Ii friends and neighbors who of- since 1945, is survived by her Frank Smith of 364C N.W. _. .. T
ryYV fered their condolences dur- husband, two daughters, Mes- 14th Street died December 19, HERMAN T. MURRAYwho

ing our hour of bereavement.The dames Mary and Martha, 15 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. departed this life Dec.31,
cards grandchildren three sisters His survivors include his wife 1966.
many telegrams, ,
and flowers will always be one b rotherandotherrelatives Laura; one sister Maryfour; Although it's hard to say

remembered by us. \ Funeral services brothers, Clarence, Dennis, "Goodbye"To

Mrs. Era Jackson and familyIN for Mrs. Brown will be Satur- Albert and Rufus. Two foster one you loved so well

r d David H. Travers of 1750 day 3:30 p.m.from the Chapel, daughters, Earnestine Small. And there's deeper sorrow in

MEMORIAM N.W. 68th Street,died Decem- Rev. EJ.Sheppard, of Perrine Services, Tuesday December your heart
B. SMITH ber 27th at Jackson Heights will officiate. The remains 24th, 3 the Liberty City Than any words can tell
who departed December 13, In loving memory of our will in the after Chapel. know
Nursing Home. He survived repose chapel Still may it comfort you to
1968 daughter and sister, by his wife,Emily, many other 3 p.m. on Friday.Mrs. Mrs. Nellie Mintz of 3198 The one you loved will be
wish to express their sincere relatives and friends. Funeral Ruth Carey, of 3564 N.W. 45th Street died Wednesday Forever close to you in thoughtAnd

,appreciation to everyone for services 3:00 p.m. Saturday, Franklin Avenue, Coconut December 18 at the Jack- cherished memory

thoughts of kindness, cards, January 4th In M. H.Rahmings Grove, a pioneer resident of son Memorial Hospital. She is The Family

letters,, telegrams, flowers, Funeral Home Chapel. Burial the Grove, died on December survived by five sons.Her re-

donations and personal visits. will be In Lincoln Memorial.Mrs. 29, at home. Mrs. Carey is mains were shipped to Omaha, AN APPRECIATIONWe
We especially want to thank F survived by two daughters Nebraska for last rites.
Emma Jeam Simmons
Rev. Bradley:members of Mt., Mesdames Margaret Culver Rev. R.M. Lane, well known
a pioneer resident of Miami the family of the late
Carmel Baptist Church, ,the and Bessie Smith of Coconut retired Baptist Minister and
who lived to be 102 years old, NOBLE DIXON
former the
Funeral Home for pastor throughout
Range service Grove several grandchildren '
died December 28th at the who departed Dec 14 1968
,with, ,warmth and ef- and other relatives. Funeral s tat e of Florida, passed ,
Venetian Nursing Home. She December 18. Services and wishes to express our sincere
ficiency.'We, give our humble services for Mrs. Carey will
is survived by three nephews thanks to the friends
burial will be conducted Mon- many and
thanks: also to friends ,and be held on Saturday morningat
,1 Harold Dillard Burnette and neighbors for their letters
neighbors,38th Street.Ethel.Smith'wife 4wp s 10 AM in Christ Episcopal day, 3 p.m. from Friendship ,
Granville Basfield, three Church cards telegrams and flowersand
Church Fr. Theodore Gib- Baptist Daytona
1 nieces, Agnes Smith,Ruth Mc- son Beach. Surviving are four other kindness bestowed

., ': Kinney, and, Beatrice Eddie. officiating. sons, including Henry and them in their hour of bereave
BEVERLY JEAN (BRIDGES) Funeral Services will be heldon Kelvin 0. Smith, of 15025 George; daughters, including ment. Also the pastor and

'THANK YOU. WALKERwho Thursday 2:00: p.m. at St. Jackson St., Richmond Heights B eat r ic e and Geneva members of the Mt. Sinai

departed this life Dec. 22, Agnes Episcopal Church. died Dec. 30, at HomesteadAir thte! brothers, four sisters, Baptist Church.

'.The family of the late 1967. Burial will be in Evergreen Force Base Hospital. He 25 grandchildrenand nine Mrs. Alice Dixon and family
............1.._, ...... .., .....,. Sleep on and rest in peace Cemetery. is survived by his parents Sgt. great grandchildren. His remains -
f. Joe Todd of 818 NW 4th Ave and Mrs. James Bailey three
+:t ,+ :f and may you enter the pearly were shipped Sunday
r14u' gates of heaven. died on December 23rd at sisters, three brothers, one December 22, Daytona IN MEMORIAMIn
.lr. rra.
Gone but never forgotten. home. He is survived by one grandmother and other rela- Beach.

Sadly missed by family and brother Felix, three sisters, tives. Services will be held Jimmie Lee Baker of 2132 memory of

friends, Cora Mills Minnie Stokes and Thursday, 4:15 at Martin Me- All Baba Avenue, Opa-locka OTIS SMITH
Fannie Bell. Grave side ser- morial AME Church, Rich- died Friday December 20.His who departed this life Dec.30,

The Bridges FamilyIN vices will be held on Friday. mond Heghts. Remains will survivors include his mother 1967.

10:30 a.m. repose in the chapel after Dollie ; two brothers, Lewis Gone, but not forgotten. We

MEMORIAMIn 3 p.m Wednesday. No viewingat and James; four sisters,Rosa love you.

yp' RICHARDSONLousine thetime of service. Lee, Emma, Ethel and BerniceHis your wife, Georgia Smith 'j

memory of our dear of 17709 and Family_ ,
Boone of 6201,N.W. Burlin Ingraham, remains will be shipped to .I.
sister 11'7thAve. died December I;SW 102nd Ave., Perrine died Cairo, Georgia Tuesday ';f

--.......-- at her local residence. She is Dec. 21. He Is survived by his December 24th for last rites.

SARAH DeSHAZIOR survived by a husband Henry; wife Etta Mae;two sisters-in- Joseph and Bobbie Lee

gratefully acknowledge and two sons, George and Willie, law Maggie Lemar and LolaM. Howard of 2105 Washington

thank you all sincerely for one sister Louise Bryant; two- Smith; one brotherinlawMilton Avenue, Opa Locks died Fri-
your kind expressionS.of sym- iaa t"ayax": daughters-in-law Fannie and Smith. Services were day December 20. Their sur-

pathy. Dorothy; grandchildren; held Friday from Kerr Me- vivors Include parents Joe Lee v

Your cards, letters, and ten great grand children other morial Methodist Church. and Trudie; three sisters,

telegrams were quite ,com- relatives and friends.Funeral Mrs. Lula Price of 3087 NW Barbara Ann, and Vlvan

forting. Your phone calls and z is i services was conducted Mon- 50th St., died Dec. 21. She is also Annette; five brothersJoe

personal visits helped greatlyto 8 l Y v day Dec. 30th at 2:00 p.m. In survived by three daughters Jr., Richard i Joey,
ease the pains of sorrow Mt. Zion Baptist Church with Maggie Hulett, Mattie Morrison Tho mas and Wallace two

that are experienced when one Rev. Edward Graham officiat- and Idella Simmons; two uncles, six aunts. Services,
loses a loved one. Your cov- y.i ing. Burial was held in the sons-in-law, ten grandchildren. Thursday 2 p.m. December
ered dishes and other sympathetic _n.nn....._..__'._ _,___ _n no .J Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.: Services were held Saturday at the G rea ter New Bethel

expressions .were ALMEALA HILLS Evie Williams of 1276 from Hurst Chapel. Baptist Church, Opa-locka. Sister Viola Jones Kimble

greatly appreciated. who departed this life Jan. 4, 34th Street died December N.W.20 John Evans Drinks of 3859 .They will be reposed on of Bar tow, Fla., a former

Special thanks and ap- 1968. in Crest view Convalescent Washington Ave., Coconut Wednesday December 25th resident of Opa-locka, Fla.
preciation are extended to the Along the lane of yesterday Home. She Is survived Grove, died Dec. 21.He is sur- :after 1 p.m. In the Opa-locka died In Bartow, Dec. 9, 1968.
entire staff of the Oscar L. Where sacred thoughts abide by a vived by two brothers Virgil !Chapel. Sis Kimble Is survived by two
Range Funeral Home and Holy We Journey down the path of son Nelson; one grandson and Clarence three sisters.. sisters; Susie Daniel and Mary
Redeemer Church for their life Derwitt ; one great grandson ; I(CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIF Alice Gaines; two brothers;
fine services. With memories by our side Eric Forbes; two great great Charlie Anderson Barr of Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor Cas a 1 a and Isaac Jones.
Repeating oft the words of grandsons Larry and Barry 3247 Oak Ave., Coconut Grove M. L. Nixon, reporterThe Funeral service was held in
Forbes and other relatives and died Dec. 23, at South Miami wish to
truth congregation
The DeShazior Families Bartow on Dec. 15 with Gause
., That from our loved one come friends. Funeral service was Hospital. He is survived by his thank the family of the pastorfor Funeral Home in charge.
conducted December28th wife Sallie four sons, four
Saturday ;
We carry on the work of God entertaining them Sundayat
CARD OF THANKSThe Until we meet again. at 2:30 p.m. in Mount daughters, 28 grandchildren; their home in Hallandale.
Calvary Baptist Church with two sisters, five brothers.Remains Attend all meetings next weekto

Sadly missed Rev. Atchison officiating. were shipped to Kings- get the Important facts on

family of the late The Wright, Dommon and Burial was held in Evergreen tree, S. C. activities for the new year.
FRANK SMITH Ellison Families Memorial Cemetery Mrs. Glue McCray of 10280 Those of us who are fortu-

wish to thank everybody who SW 175th St., Perrine died December nate enough not to be ill,please Oeusu ACTION
was so nice to them in this Malachi Thom onl of 155 23, at Lincoln Nursing visit and comfort the many who GRAY IIArnx

their hour of sorrow. Many 1 CARD OF THANKSThe N.W. 17th Street died Decem- Home. She Is survived by her are. The Sunday School and .. ..Q ORE SES UAi IR 1ltrCE
thanks to New Providence ber 25th at Jackson Memorial husband
family of the late Oscar; daughter Annette BTU are asking you to continue
Church for the beautiful flow- MRS. HAZEL CRENSHAWwish Hospital. She is survived by ; one sister Hattie; parents yor excellent attendance.
ers, to the Youman family and to sincere thanksto two sisters Ellen Nixon Mr. and Mrs. Will Irvyof .
the 14th Street neighbors and and Rolly William one god- North Carolina. Services
the friends and
Clara and Ruth. We also wishto daughter Eleanor M.Shell;one were held Friday. Announcing A
bors for
theip cards and floral
commend Mr.Albert and his' during nephew Hela; one niece Alice Herbert Groves of 10229 SW
peices their hour of bereavement -
staff of such other relatives ,and friends. 184th
workersjor St., Perrine died Dec.
Special thanks to
outstanding and understanding ; Fun e r a 1 service was conducted -
22. He is
Rev. Johnson and Richardson survived by his wife GOSPEL MEETING54th
December 28
services that were rendered. Saturday:
Funeral Home. Daidy; one son Leroy; one
( The family is very much at 11:00 .;1.It1. pi Richardson daughter-in-law Thelma; one
chapel Vttfc Rev. Ira McCall STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST
pleased. May God forever keep brother. Services were held
h you. Your kindnesses will be officiate. finial was held In Saturday from Hurst Chapel. 1135 NW 54th Street

long remembered and never IN MEMORIAMIn the Evergreen Memorial Remains of Mrs. Evea Williams Pasco Gainer, Jr., Minister

f forgotten. Again, thank you. memory of Cemetery. of 3250 Douglas Rd.,

KING JAMES WITT Amos Willis Woods of 15780 Apt. 60 were shipped to Holly- Preaching Each 7:45
Evening at January5th
Laura Smith, wife who departed this life Jan. 2, N.W. 18th Ct. died December29th hill, S. Carolina for burial. ,
Mary Davis, sister 1968. Gone, but not forgotten. in JMH. He is survivedby Sgt. Stannie L. Champion of January 14th.

Clarence, Bennie, Albert Inez Witt, wife four daughters, Mildred, 22295 SW 108th Ave., Goulds

,and Rufus, brothers Annie Ruth Smith, daughter Mary, Juanita, Jean, seven died Dec. 21. He is survived
Earnestine and Ruby,foster 12 grandchildren, grandchildren; one great by his wife Mary; eight sons JIM HENRY WARREN

daughters 3 brothers grandchild. Funeral arrange- and daughters. Remains were Bixoli

Howard, nephew Alberta Hill, sister ments are Incomplete at this stripped to Nashville, Tennessee I Mississippi
Darlene, niece., Nieces and nephews time. for burial


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R'BA' THE MIAMI TIMES' Friday, January 3, 1969 ; .r. "



I New Thrust And

Civil Rights History .

For the Urban League thisis tive role as a producer '" t"I'
: of,, other hand, .strengthening,the
a time of change, the elec- change in the system.The pri-
resources and of the
power :
tric type of change that is be- mary goal being racial inte-
people within the ghetto can t I:, w
ing generated by the im-
plementation of the gration. The source of supportis not bring ,substantial progress .;
League'snational the liberal,labor, religious unless new and more vigorous
new thrust movement.The .
Negro coalition which brought measures are taken to bring
Miami Urban League is about the civil rights advancesof about greater participation In

rapidly building our local resources the last decade and inspired the total society.The 3 N

and programming as the great society theme and Urban League has
part of a vigorous strategy to
programs.The traditionally worked almost
gear up for and begin new
wholly In terms of the first
thrust activities. We Intend to
of these strategies. With the
make the new thrust meaningful second civil rights
new thrust high priority is
for all black citizens by effecting movement has developed out
the type of systems- of anti-poverty community action given to policies In programs
which the internal
changing emphasis in Dade programs and the black
strength of tt black ghetto
|$ ,
power movement. This
County that will Improve life ap- while effective ',}i61if 1 1f
building more
conditions within the ghetto proach gives priority tobuild-
and significantly close the racial ing the internal,economic,racial action commurpt ationbetweenthe
ghetto and the power struc- .

*gap.A we. move forward into a the black and political ghetto.Black strength control of ture; developing racial pride New officers of the Urban League, left to right, Mr.' Lee A. Tafel, Mr.

new year and a new approachto of the ghettos economic life, and assertion self-awareness of self-esteem being for an Robert 0. Hach, Mrs. Maude K. Reid, Mr. Benjamin C. ;reen and Mrs' WillieF. I

solving racial inequities we internal capital development, those who are not sustainedby .. Williams. Not pictured are Mrs. Dewey W. Knight 'and Mrs. Percell! .Snyder.
are asking the community to self improvement programsand
become conversant with new black poll tI c s.Its focus Individual achievement. Elects
Under these conditions the League For 1969 I
thrust through this column so gives a subordinate positionto
ghetto may be converted -
that we will move forward with or even eliminates biracial
greater speed andbe together.The cooperation and cooperative from a place where ills The annual membership est ever experienced by the ,Also elected were the fol-

new thrust concept was relations with the power multiply into vehicle of con- meeting of the Urban Leaguewas League." lowing; Mrs. Percell Snyder,

developed as a result of a structure. Integration is a side structive change. held at that time. Mrs. The other elected officers fourth vice president -
thorough study of the entire Issue or rejected completely.The The new thrust is then, a Maude K. Reid was voted Robert 0. Hach, first vice counselor, EOPI;'Mrs. Willie
double thrust. For example it president of the Board of Directors
black-white confrontation movement views its basic president, management re- F. Williams, secretary sec-
has evolved through the past support among the mobilized Is vital todevelopNegro-own- for a second term cruiting specialist, Eastern retary to Commissioner Earl
ed businesses, through ghetto Mrs; Reid is supervisor of
Airlines W. Knight Carroll and Benjamin C.
and present. This historical masses of poor black people.To ; Dewey ;
based capital accumulation. Adult Home Economics Edu- second vice president direc- Green treasurer research
type of is date its progress has been ,
grasp survey the realities necessaryto of the achieved by black intellectuals But this alone, can not by any cation, for the Board of Public tor, Dade County Welfare De- specialist withBlshroplcGreenFielden. /

present racial crisis in orderto and militant anti-povertypro- realistic estimates begin to Instruction. On accepting the partment; Lee A. Tafel, third .
meet the economic crisis of office, she said "Combiningthe director
fessional president Approved for board mem-
determine the new Impetusthat staff. At its extreme '
the black community. The support given in '68 with American of State
will be equal to the enor- this philosophy supports con- Federation bership were Mrs.Jean Brant,
black community is poor not the expansion plans for '69 and Em-
mity of the problems con- tinued racial separation. County Municipal David Pemberton,and Charles
primarily through lack of internal the new year will be the great- ployees. Mitchell.
tinually endured by blackpeo- capital accumulationfor

ple. Thus a careful regard of While these two appraoches local business,but through L !
the current civil rights move- appear to be In conflict with Inadequate employment In the iJU.ILJ1

ment as it stands today is wo- each other, and in some of general economy. In their extreme : -' t I-
ven through the design of the their extreme statements and policies which lead to ; ,

new thrust movement. goals they indeed are, they development of a separateblack ro
This week we will capsule can and must be complimentary economy will consign the .. 1

those civil rights philosophies approaches to the ultimate black masses to a permanent p. S :
that relate to the League's new objective. As seenby the Income gap. The ultimate goal { .4'
thrust. Urban League the traditional V
-- "the equalization of life re- x
The civil rights movementis method of removing barriersby sults" .. will only be possible r= r e

presently split between two way of legal basis,will con- through full and complete integration -
different, theories: of change tinue to benefit mainly middle of all minorities Into r

which, although they are not class individuals able to take American society. 8hSu

completely different/do lead advantage of opportunities and Next week this column will :.

to different prog am stress. will leave the masses of black continue to define the new

The first concentrates on poor locked into the ghetto, un- thrust, looking at the systems-

the attack on racial or socio- less the internalstrengthofthe changing phase.Elsewhere .

economic barriers In the total people of the ghetto Is built on this page is an A fP f 4+
society, striving for judicialand up and directed toward chang- announcement of a new project

legislative tools, political ing the institutions which perpetuate in the direction of new b

action, relying heavily on the the disadvantages thrust, the Citizens Corp Pro
federal government for an ac- confronting the poor. On the gram.

I Urban league Program Recruits College Students :'. sau."L. :; ,'?.? 1

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The Miami Urban League is creative and meaningful programs of,the group and the skills of innovative methods for learn- working with. director' the"local Urban

one of four cities receiving a of help, assistance and the yolunteers.. ,Subjects In ing to read and write. Mrs. Maude K. Reid,presi S Leaglle, announced1 the1''appointment :-

grant for a local Citizens support to residents In poverty communication, technical assistance Another phase of Citizens . dent of the Greater MiamiUr-j, of Mr. William

Corps Program In coopera-, areas, including groups from in a specific are, Corps is to give supportand ban League's Board said, "the Miles as volunteer'Supervisor
tion with National Urban Lea- children through the senior "home study sessions" local technical assistance to Urban League views thiS project for the Citizens Corps Program -

gue and VISTA. citizen. community facilities are community groups. An illus- as an opportunity to use Mr. Miles was formerly -

among suggested projects.For tration would be tenant asso- the untapped resource of college associate director of the

TheC it iz ens Corps pro- A variety of activities are adults, tutorial programs ciations, groups that consis- student power to assist Florida,Council ,on Human Re-
gram will recruit volunteers currently being planned. One would include standard teach- tently identify the following the poverty stricken to break lations..

from all our local Colleges for aspect is the'tutorial program ing techniques for general problems as major concerns. the cycle of poverty in which

involvement in constructive, which will depend on the needs education as well as new and POI)- .., limited: recreational they find themselves." It is
hoped that participating col-
.. facilities, lack adequate city
lege students will consider the
services -- garbage and trash NEXT WEEK.r
Domestic Peace Corps as an
i -
pickup, lack of consumer
opportunity for service because -
education Information, and
of their Involvement in
other problems. The citizen G. A S.
part-time volunteer service.T. ,
Corp workers would meet with
Willard Fair executive
and service the organization,
helping to establish realistic
long range and short range URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES:

goals, assist 'in identifying L. E. A. P. 1112 NW 62nd St.. 758-5551

the source from which positive .
action might be secured, LEADERSHIP 'DEVELOPMENT ,4
and following up, with the resi- 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302 i"

dents the results of these confrontations i'

__ 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268 .
y ,Additional Citizen i Corps '2338 Ali'Boba Avenue. '685-0342
? projects are Selected Information -
f 536 S. W. 12th Avenue358.2226'
Forums, Home Mak- '
6740 NW 15th Avenue-691-3811
ing Services, Civic Education '

Programs, Housing Problemsand
Housing laws, Care for 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377.5264'I, ,
Children Programs, Health r\-.(< "

Services and Programs in CITIZENS CORPS, I'J.' ,' ,
office in Atlanta "
the Urban League Regional are
Receiving orientation at Health, as well as any other 6207 NW 27thAvenue, 693.4302 ""
the four Volunteer Coordinators of the new Citizens Corp. Program. Second area of need as identified by cr." .' ,

from left is Mr. William Miles, Citizens Corp Coordinator for Miami. the group the volunteers are



TRee M fA XfrJMeS OFrl a)' iMJaj3; %I9'I r

The Bishop'sConvocation

Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. Rev 0. Taylor, pastor Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor
T. Green reporterWe
Alfreva Taylor reporterOur
Eddie Gilbert reporterThe
are thankful to Brother

For The Laity James Brooks, Sunday School pastor, officers and
pastor would like to take ;members wish to thank the Miami
superintendent for the organi- this time out to wish ally
Times for
Almost every United Methodist zation of the Sunday School for New Year.He also their public
Church in southeast prosperous {services and special thanks to
the coming year. hopes that all had a merry, j
Mrs. Eunice Davis office
Florida will be chartering Sister G. >Finley is our directress Christmas. ,
busses and busloadsof which merry j manager for her courteous
sending for the BTU,
The Reverend Bobby Mac
to the Miami each ;services. Visitors are always
singing people will meet at 5:50 p.m. will render all day services
welcome to worship with
Beach Convention Hall on the Sunday.A us.
at Greater
every Fourth Sunday -
evening of January 17. Over happy New Year to all our Prayer meeting every
St. Luke for those who wish
5,000 Methodists are expected members and friends who gave Tuesday night, 7:30p.m.Don't
, ttt Iou Ju QIhurrt tunbauGREETINGS to attend these services. The j
to gather there at7:30pm. ,of their time and money to help I Church is located at 4205 S.W. 'sickinyoUl'prayerSt -

for the Bishop's Convocationfor us in 1968. We do hope you 18th Street, West Hollywood,
the Laity, first to be held will have the same time and
in this area.Emphasis. money to help us as we try to
Let us continue to pray
To the entire Masonic family H. V. Stuart, pastor of the Convo- "lift up Christ" in 1969. May the sick and shut-ins, and our SPIRITUAL EVENINGOF
and all Christian friends. cation will be upon great sing- God bless you.Remember .
Let us give thanks to God young men in the armed SINGINGThe
God bless you and everyone.I for sparing us to enter into this ing and great preaching. A to visit andprayfor forces.
massed choir composed of the' the sick and shut-ins. You
do1 hope that thank servicesfor ,
you are new year 1969. Our BTU Aid Society presents
choirs of over 100 United I are invited to worship with us
ful to the Father for the first
Almighty Sunday a r e as BROWNSVILLE The Consolers, Sister
willbe led I
r all the. blessings we have received usual.Joint choirs and joint ush- Methodist Churches on Sunday. and Brother Pugh in a gala
by Mr. Paul Miller of Miami, BAPTIST
during the past year, er boards will serve all day. i Spiritual Evening of Singing,
and the various achievements, Communion will be served all and soloist Bill Mann, from NEW HOPE Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Tuesday, January 14, 8:30

and works of charity we have day. Our evening services begin Texas. Rev. W.E. Sims, pastor Elizabeth Wright, reporter p.m., at Saint John Baptist

extended to our fellow;' n.LABANG at 6 p.m. ST. JAMES AME Loraine Fuller reporterThe The officers and members Church, 1329 NW 3rd Ave.Sis.

i 4 Our pastor would like to chairman and her coworkers -would like to thank our associate -,G. Thurston president, Rev.:
rb. thank each of you for all your Rev. S.L. Gay, pastor for our Christmas i minister, Rev. Major'T. Johnson, pastor.

lovely cards and gifts given to Joseph Marshall,reporter exercises wish to thank all Green for carrying out ser- I .
him during the holidays. May This New Year let us all' the children and their parents vices on last Sunday in the absence ANTIOCH

God bless each of you. Let us come back to church as Happy for taking a part in making our of our pastor, who was

continue to pray for all our Prodigal Sons. When you won Christmas program a suc out ill Rev., P. W.Wiggins,pastor

sick shut-ins.Visitors are der far,Jesus is the answer. cess. The vice president of the Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe

always'welcome atSt. Mary's. Mrs. Susie Smith and Mis- The pastor and his family Pastor's Aid Club, Sis. E. church and friends are

sionary Society has lived up to wish to thank all members and Wright would like to thank the asked to please attend our

"' FRIENDSHIP their theme: "New Forms of friends for their throughtful- many members who so, gen prayer meeting each Tuesday

Yf Rev. J. E.JenkinspastorRuby Mission." They wish to thank- ness d ur Ing the holiday erously responded helping night at 8:00.

Lee Carr reporter you for making this occasiona season. with the sale of the pens. The pastor is asking the entire -

e Let's start the, new day to remember and special We wish you all a very happy Should you need more you may congregation to accom-

S 4 right, hope to see in year thanks to Rev.and Mrs.Naomi and prosperous New Year. contact her at 6913684.The pany him to New Mt. Moriah

Sunday, our church you service bus Fayson who preach a wonderful Our Prayer meeting and officers are asking all to close out their church anniversary

h will run the route as usual at sermon on "What a FriendWe Bible class, each Thursday members to please meet at the the second Sunday.

1 tb S+ no cost to you the rider, so Have in Jesus." evening at 8 p.m morningw church Thursday, Jan. 2, at The No. Two Choir and No.

-=-= come to church we welcome Mrs. Ester Scott, chairmanand o r shipSunday 11:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. for annual business 'Two ushers' board are askedto
BODE December-ites thank you B.T.U 5:30 p.m.Communion meeting.To serve.

Let us revive in us, faith in 1 you.Our get well wishes to Deacon for your support. service 7:00 p.m. all are wel- all our sick and shut- Let us not forget BTU meet-

God, faith in ourselves, and 1 James Lewis in Jackson- Mrs. Sadie Dean, chairmanand come. ins along with our pastor and ing, Sunday at 5 p.m.

faith in our fellowman. Ques Memorial January-ites are in need Rember to visit our sick and Sis. Vinnie Henderson, we extend Remember to pray for the
Hospital and to all
tion. Have you performed your who are ill. of your support. shut-ins, they need a word of our prayers that you will sick, shut-ins and men on the
respective duties? First to 1 Our to Thanks to the president Mr. comfort at this time. have a speedy recovery. battlefield everywhere.
God sympathy Sis. Elizabeth W. W. Plummer of the
our neighbor, and to ourselves ] Barber Joint
and in
? Let us work for a good 1 ]loss family the Ushers Board and Members
of her husband
relationship in DeaconJ. for love and togetherness
our community ,
F. Barber also to :
Sis. .
and bridge the gap that; ]Bessie at the Christmas ." "
Fox in the
might exist In our relation- ]husband Brother Joe loss of her party. Also special thanks to . ,.. :, ......:.
ship and in the Fox, we Mr. & Mrs. and :.t
races; recognizing to Sparks family'for '.," '
say these families "" f'
to \ ,<

the Brotherhood God as our of man Father every and 1 God in your and great he will loss.strengthen pray you To their the sick'warm and hospitality.shutinsour ,,' .:.:it>!.>.. ,j .. .)'IJ.ij'" ", ,., ;,'\'?. .

where. Journey began so dark,but ., .

Never let the sun go down ended in the lightofGod'struth. ; .:,Ii'" ..'
without doing one good deed or s :+",. .: t""

giving good council to one who Remember you are always .' } > :& J, .'

may be less fortunate than our welcome to the friendly church ", ', r\ .; '
selves. Be truthful in all your where the spiritual action is. :

dealings, as truth is the foundation News

of all virtues; and finally

all members of the Master By Walter Bow ZION HOPE

Mason, E a s te r n Stars,
Heroines and all the auxiliaries VFW Post No.8195 willhold Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor a F--a -u---

attend your meetings regular meeting Sunday, Jan Bessie Williams, reporter ,
regularly andassist in the fraternal -, !5, at the post home, members There will be a dinner sale I s m a -
religious, civic community please be present.Mr. Jan. 11 at the church given by k3 :i

work., Daniel Denegall of the young women. They are
asking the help of all, place
Washington, D. C. visited Mr.
Yours ,in. Friendship and Mrs. Walter Bowe,during your orders now, or stop by ?

Morality, and Brotherly Love, the Christmas holiday. He the church. They are selling

Laban G. Bode is visiting his father and mother sandwiches during Watch
Senior Deputy in Liberty City at 63rdSt. Night service along with theMother's r
11 off 22nd Avenue. Board.Sister Sharpeis f.
PILGRIM REST'Rev president of YWA. Sister ___
Florence Jefferson, daughter .w ..
Wallace president of the Mo-
James C. Nelson, pastor of Mrs. Elouise Jeffersonwas ther's Board. i
Myrtice Hicks, reporter married to Louise Harrison
Both choirs meet Friday at
Looking forward into the Strachan, Jr. of the U.S. I I
new year, let us resolve to bea Army, Sunday, at Gethsemane p.m. Joint rehearsal. ,y t r
Conference at 7p.m.
little more humble, under Baptist Church. A receptionwas Thursday I,
Election of officers roll
standing and. considerate of held at 4321 SW 25th St.
call and will
yearly reports
others.Do Margaret Princes and PeteA. be held. I

plan to worship with us Seymour were united in holy I

soon. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. matrimony Saturday, at !
Greater Bethel A ME. Mar MT. TABOR 1- \ .
... morning worship 11 a.m.; : I
evening worship 7 p.m. The garet is the daughter of Mrs. Rev. James Hendon, pastor \ 1;

doors of welcome are always Willie L. Parker. George Ingraham, reporterWe \-11 '4 t "

open. are in the process of

Continue to pray for the less member registration. The ij!a1e (ftottsolers! inger$ JKHtglj 1IIU! !- rosperouo
fortunate, and bereaved NEW MACEDONIA church clerk is present each j

everywhere.MT.. Sunday before and during ser-
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor vice in the vestibule.Our JNefa IBear! J

.. SINAI Willie Beard, reporterWe youth are involved in
are thankful to God that two campaigns. The first, You can see and hear the Consolers in a gospel singing concert, Jan.

Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. He enabled us to see another "The Pageant of States" to beheld 14,8:00 p.m. at St. John Baptist Church, NW 3rd Avenue and 13th Street, Rev.
Boney, reporterOur year. Let us start the new year Jan. 19 at the church
to Thedford Johnson is pastor. For tickets, call 754-9808,371-3212 or3738564.The .
off by getting closer to God
1701 NW 66th St. The
Choir No. 1 who presented and each other through prayer based on the winning state Consolers, who have been fortunate to write and record many gospel

Handel's "Messiah" recent faith and inspiration. which raises i the most outstanding hits, have eight Lps on the market and many single recordings.

. ly.The There will be a Musicaland amount of money All They are presently enjoying much success, spiritually and financially J

church monthly conference Appreciation Program in behalf proceeds will be used to pur- from their latest LP, "Mighty wood Singing''Many churches throughout the I'
be held
will Friday, Jan. of Deacon Jefferson
Henry -
chase new choir robes for the
nation the Consolers
3 instead of Thursday.Our present annually in a gospel singing concert.
president of Choir No. 2, group. The second, is series
condolences are extended Friday night, Jan. 17. of two dinner sales to be held The Consolers travel more than 60,000 miles each year bringing songsof

to Brother David Scott We will begin observing our Jan. 4, and 11 at the church.. inspiration to many. When the Consolers entered the gospel singing fiel d I

and family upon' the death of Sixth Annual Homecoming and Dinner price $1.00, they will sixteen years ago, they brought with ,them a style of singing that until this
his sister. Church's Anniversary,Friday be delivered. day has been
May we continue to pray for night before the fourth Sundayand Please remember to pray appreciated by many.

our sick, shut-ins andbereaved will conclude the fourth for and visit our sick and shut- Their concert at St. John, Jan. 14 is being sponsored by the B.T.U. Aid

families Sunday night. in members and friends. Society, Mrs. Pierson, director, Mrs. "ladys Thurston, president.

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Archie Johnson, of 2470 W. Sunday the Lord's Spearing with........ -
Sixth Court, Hialeah died Supper .. a
will be administered "
December 28, at his residence during
He is survived by a the morning and evening ser-
vices and the choirs will sing fi'
wife, Mary, brothers, t
jointly. It is
expected that all 33
Irving and Marvin; three 7 R
loyal members will come out
sisters, Mesdames, Vera J.Llndsley .
to start the New Year right. it
of Catson, Ala., ,
Elnora :
Newbold died last .
Jessie M. Edwards and Sula R' r A ; :
Saturday night. Funeral
Young. Final rites will be In arrangements ,

Wetumpka, Alabama. this writing.were Incompleteat NORTHWESTERN SECOND IN STATE ROLL .

The Missionary Society will fi' -
William Scott Jackson, of sponsor its annual New Year Clearwater High School lost by 17 points to St. Pete Gibbs

3245 N.W. 46th Street Apt. #4 dinner on Saturday Jan. 11 Saturday night, but on Sunday morning,the Tornadoes swirled
died December 27. He is sur- and the No. 2 Choir will cele- Into first place In the weekly basketball poll of writers and '"
vived by: a son, Larry;grand- brate its coaches. ?
anniversary Sunday
mother, Mrs. Rose Scott and January 12. Clearwater gained the No. 1 spot more or less by defaultas I

other relatives. Funeral ser- seven other members of last week's Top Ten were beaten, /
will be held The InterdenominationalChoir ._ '" ._ _ .....__n....___. ,
vices Saturday, Union will meet at including previous leader Pompano Beach Blanche Ely.

January 4, at 1:00 p.m. in the Temple Monday, Jan. 5, at 8 Miami Northwestern charged from llth into second place as Among the many gracious people who brought

chapel. P.m. The public Is invited. the unbeaten Bulls ran their record to 7-0 by capturing the happiness to the bedridden youngsters at VarietyChildren's
North Miami Holiday invitational. The Bulls beat second
during the Christmas holidaywere
Solomon Fisher, of 3179 NW ranked Carol City, 74-72, Coral Gables and North Miami(in Hospital
44th Street, died Decemberat GRACE overtime.) members of the Miami Floridian basketballteam.

Jackson MemorialHospital. to third Carol to fifth
Rev. W, F. Savoy, pastor Ely dropped City .
Survivors include a son, Our Sunday School lessons Orlando Evans profited by an idle week,climbing from sixthto Shown with patient Beverly Williams, (L-R) :

James; a father, Bryant;three and morning sermons will deal fourth, but Jacksonville Lee's idleness cost Lee one posi- Les Hunter, ,Dan Sparks, Erv Inniger. The Clownin
sisters Canisa Leola tion the unbeaten Generals to
Farley, as slipped eighth.
with in the life and
of the
owners "
Laine and Florence Durden; No member of last week's top ten that played escaped with- the background is Sandy Rywell, one
teachings of Christ from the
two Albert and out a loss. Blanche Dillard 95-91 in of the club.
brothers, T.C.; Gospel of Mark, from now until Ely was upset by over-
several aunts and uncles and time in the semifinals of the Pompano Beach Invitational Pre-
Easter. The Sunday even-
many other relatives.Funeral ing devotional and educational viously ninth-ranked Cocoa lost three straight at St. Peters-

services will be held, Satur- programs will be announced lathe burg.
day, January 4, at near future. Gibbs' rout of Clearwater moved the twice-beaten Gladia-
Antioch Baptist Church. tors into seventh while West Palm Beach Roosevelt won its "MY

We will have installation of 32nd straight and took over ninth place.
Albert Holmes Robinson, of officers this
Sunday morning,
2108 West Fifth Way,Hialeah is and there will be a brief meeting AND NOW -- IT'S MUHAMMED VS. ROCKY! TIME"In
died December 29. He sur- of these officers after the

vived by: his wife, Lillie Mae; morning service.We congratulate The two greatest heavyweight boxers of recent decades -- ,

two sons, Henry and Albert, the elders,. deacons, and possibly of all time .. will meet on national television via an By PHIL DIXON

Jr.; six grandchildren and a trustees who will be servingin electronic computer for a challenge match to determine the

brother Alfonso.. Final rites 1969. modern world's heavyweight "Champion of Champions," it

Georgia.will be conducted InSavannab, was announced here by Murry Woroner president of Woroner case anyone don't know by now,last week, I took a trip to

PROVIDENCE Productions, Inc. Hong Kong! For those of you who have not had the flu, don't!
NEW The mythical fight will be telecast as a color, network To me it was quite a few miserable days and nights. I'm look-

calibre special, utilizing stop-motion photographs of the two forward to a much better new year. And to all of my friends
Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor
Arsula Edwards reporter principals in a process known as photomation. and fans, a belated Christmas greeting; and many happy New
Muhammed All and Rocky Marciano, both former world Years.

heavyweight champions will off for the mythical bout. '
Holy Communion service A few of the old gang, home for the holidays, did manage
They have never actually met in the ring,having reached their
Sunday evening Let us start to get me out to a couple pretty good games over the week-
peaks at different times, but neither has ever lost a fight.
the off attendingour end and I can I almost enjoyed myself.
year right by say,
Both have been knocked down only once In their respective
weekly meetings. professional careers. Congrats are in order for Tom Anderson and the North-

Murry Woroner, the pioneer In syndicated radio broadcasts western bulls for an overtime victory over a fighting North

Consecration hour of prayer of computerized sports events, presented both of the boxing Miami Pioneers club, that never gave up. One of the old tim-

Is held each Sunday morn- greats to a gathering of sportswriters, sports historians, ers asked me a question F11 pass onto you-What kind of _

ing at 5 a.m. you are welcome. radio-television broadcasters, fight managers and other box teams would Tom have had, if North Dade had not been phased

Bible class and ing enthusiasts at a reception In Miami Beach's Fontainebleau. out as a senior high school? I came back with another, with
-- prayer the boys, who would have attended North Dade, how many of
Newell James Johns, of 100N. meeting Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. them would have reached their full capabilities? For those of

W. 58th T err ace, died All members are urged to at- BISCAYNE ENTERS SECOND HALF OF SEASONAll you who don't know, each one of the fellows who had to leave

December 23rd at his residence tend. North Dade to go to senior high school,went on to become a

Among his survivors Let us not forget our BTU star. Then there is the fact,that with success comes advancement -

include: a wife, Melvina; two each Sunday at 5:30 p.m.Con- systems are go as Biscayne Dog Track heads into its ; would Tom have remained at the school?
children mother MathaJohns
Mesdames, Minuletta, Bennettand tlnue praying for those who second half of the current winter meeting which ends March Congrats also go to the Richmond-Perrtne track club.Their

Est ,11 Alford and a are sick, shut-in and the be- 5. showing in the week-end track meet at Miami Dade South givesme

brother e Edgar e a :host of reaved. The Miami Shores dog palace has the premier greyhound the feeling that we will have a few good girl runners for a

nieces and, nephews; and other stakes race of the South Florida circuit on tap .- the $31,400- couple of years more. To Walt, Gary, Rudy, Hank and the

relatives. Services were held NEW MT. MORIAH added All-Florida Championship,which gets under way in mid- other coaches, I think Doris, Sandra Shirley and the other

Monday, December 30at 530 January.. midgets and Juniors did a wonderful job. Keep it up girls, you
Shipp pastor
p.m. in the chapel. Remainswill Rev. A. L. never can tell what experiences you'll get out of life by beingan
Evelyn Souter reporterThe Bill Moore who celebrates his 26th sea-
Presiding Judge outstanding sport.I .
be ship to New York City,
wants to thank at will have his pencil busy the next 10 days as
pastor son Biscayne
for final rites.FRANCIS would like to apologize to two athletics who might still be
each one who accompanied him he designates which 32 dogs will earn starting berths in the
in town. I had set appointments up with these two and didn'tget
\ last Sunday to Ft. Lauderdale prestigious stakes race. a chance to keep them. I wouldn't want to make either of
where he delivered the closing
these guys angry with me, because no physical shape to
Mrs. Einora Newbold sermon of the Union. The original 32 will do combat in eliminations Jan. 15 and
defend Muhammad All and Little I to
myself. Larry promise
1805 N.W. 2nd Ave. expired in division will to the
the first four to finish each graduate
Our monthly conference tonight get with you guys before the holidays are over. I might have to
December 29th. Funeral arrangements
four who the board in semifinals
at this time are (Thursday), at 7:30 p.m. semifinals. place on use a computer'on Muhammad; but for .Larry, I haven't made
competition will then go for the "Jackpot" of the AllFloridaon
The church's, anniversarywill mind which film
incomplete. Survivors Include up my. Fll use.
Feb. 1.
next Sunday
her father: Albert, motherRe- be celebrated, The next couple of weeks I hope to see a lot of old friends in
becca four Mer- at 3 p.m. football. A lot of them will be or and
; daughters, playing coaching; others
Let us begin the new year. And a few days later, Biscayne gets its next stakes under will be I
lene Naomi Beverly and spectators.The .
; ;
with greater determination to way, the $25,000-added Irish-American Championship. This '
Sharon; four sons; Allen; serve God more by attendingour traditional trl-dlstance event matches the first four placers Browns, ran Into a buzz saw Baltimore defense and an

Car 1 and Shedrick. Several church services regular. in the All-Florida against a quartet of Irish racers under the offense that did almost everything,so they will be coming onlyas

sisters and brothers;cousins; Please pray for world peace. guiding hand of famed kennelman Pat Dalton. spectators before lot of them go to the pro bowl. The Colts

aunts. Visitors are always wel- were more ready for the game and I think they would have
beaten an all star team.

Joe Moss of 1615 N.W. 25th come. FOOTBALLDallas
December28th As for the Jets and Broadway Joe, they didn't want another
Ave. Apt. #2 died ?
at JMH. Funeral services CHRISTIAN SCIENCEIn Hedi Incident, so they never gave up. Joe had a couple of excellent
Cowboys vs Minnesota Vikings Jan. 5 in the play- receivers and a defense that fought tooth and nails.
will be held Saturday January4th LessonSermon -
the Bible offs, and a surprising Super Bowl NFL-AFL championshipgame
2 p.m.atSt James:: Baptist titled "God" to be read between the Baltimore Colts, and the New York Jets. This is the week of all the major bowls and with the exception -

Church with Rev. Samuel in all Christian Science I need not write anymore about these two teams, because if of the Orange Bowl, you'll be-able'to see the otherson

Johnson, pastor officiating. Churches this Sunday are you are football fans you saw it all over channel 4 and 7. Once TV; and next year (1970) if you want to see the Orange

Remains will repose in the found familiar passages from again, a Happy New Year to all. Bowl, order your tickets now, you might get one way up in the

Chapel beginning 2 p.m. on the account of Daniel. "Then bleachers. To me, the show and game are usually. worth the

Friday until funeral time the king commanded, and they crowd. Here is how I see the bowls

Saturday afternoon. Survivors brought Daniel, and cast him Sugar ((2:00 p.m.)-NBC Radio& TVGeorgia: over Arkansas

include his wife: Hattie. into the den of lions. Now the MANKERMILTON the Razorbacks are outclassed; but will fight; Cotton (2:00

king spoke and said unto Mrs. Alfronla Madrid, died n', ILK ROUTE p.m.) ABC Radio & TV: Texas over Tennessee The long

RICHARDSONJoseph Daniel, Thy God whom thou Dec. 10. She is survived by SALESMEHtXCELLEHT Horns by a nose; -(5OOp.m.-.NBC Radio & TV: Ohio

servest continually, he will her husband Caleb; a daugh- State over Southern Cal A real nail biter and hair puller;

Anderson of 1733 NW deliver thee. . ter Lillie McCall; three sis- opportunityfor Orange (8:00 p.m.) NBC Radio& TVTV blacked out locally)

3rd Court expired December30th "So Daniel was taken up out ters Alice Gregory, Mildred tabllihed dependable men Guarantee on . Penn State over Kansas The Lions have too many good wea-

at his local residence.30th of the den, and no manner of Ward, and Elsinia West;three and high commission route. 5 day pons for this to be any kind of a battle; but the Jay Hawks

at his local residence. hurt was found upon him, because brothers Freddie, Reginald, work week, Wed. and Sun. won't give up without a fight.
Survived by a wife Beatha In his God." off, 2 week paid vacation,
he believed and Thedious West two aunts
Funeral are incomplete ; hospitalization, profit sharing Pro playoff Jan. 5: Dallas over Minnesota, Cowboys feast ,.. ion
I Listen Sunday at 1:45 over Mary Sanders and Mattie Eg- plan. uniforms supplied, Viking meat.
at this radio station WMBM to"Fac-" gleston; two uncles Manny and trucks loaded, etc. Apply' Next week Pll make my pro bowl prediction; however, If

Major J Lester Scott :died Ing up to Indignation. Fifth Clinton West. Services were personnel Dept. Foremost you can make Jimmy Warren talk, he'll tell you.'
December 30th in JMH. Church of Christ Scientist, held at Greater Bethel AME Dairies, 2165 NW 17tlAve. SPORTSMAN OF THE WEEK "Sonny"
Mon.-Fri., 9-5 p.m. : Albury Happy New
Funeral arrangements are Incomplete 1600 NW 54th St., welcomesall. Church. Year ,

at this time. ;

22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 3, 1969

Aliens Must Register In JanuaryThe

U. S. Immigration and district director of the service ficial said.

Naturalization Service Is reminding estimated that 240,000 He said all non-citizens ex-
aliens that they must aliens will make such reportsin cept those in diplomatic status

report their addresses duringthe Florida next month. and foreign representatives of
LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORSJ. month of January. Last year 24l,081aliens reported certain international organi-

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1 Day Service Additions, Fla Rms, Baths
FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue addition, aliens not in the
634.9251 U. S. during January mustre-
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Beautiful waterfront CBS on large landscaped lot,

fruit trees, fenced, tile roof, Fla room, built-in
my WE'VE MOVED!!! stove, refrigerator, awnings, jalousie windows, .. w.., .'

dressmaker Magic City & Harlem Cabs wall to wall carpetlnacarport,2 pumps andwells CROWS Naturally from Healthy the HAIR Normal ROOTS Hut
for grounds. Beautifully furnished. Price only In YOUR SCALP.The condition of

Operating the Citgo Service Station $15,000, reasonable down payment and $125 mo. on your the hair natural often depends health or.heavily youricilp.
pays everything. Must see to appreciate. Yean ago DOCTOR CAR.NOT *
6026 NW 7th Avenue NEW 1501 NW 62 SI. formula Invented called a medicated CARBONOSLi Ut
New Exclusive lOCATION, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS which \s mixed with many proven .
Ready to Wear Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, rear porch, ter- BONOEL beneficial li such Ingredient a Wong, power CAR
NEW 696-6400 razzo floors sprinkler ful antlMpUe and doei inch fin*
Popular Prices system with pump and well, work In helping an ITCHY
Better dresses made to PHONE jalousie windows, gas heat, appliances. FHA BUMPY DANDRUFF scalp Highly thatmany
measure. Alterations fast DRIVERS WANTED price $14,500, $450 down and $97.01 month. and PRESCRIBE retard it for many
and free. (Indef scalp trouble Many annoying
Full time or Part-time externally caused scalp eondl-
Office of thii Ur
Apply at Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, jalousie windows, GENUINE formula./ Write: SCALP for this FORMULAnow. DOCTOR'S

terrazzo floors, large fenced yard, wall to wall It will bo tent to you oilmixed
CAL'SRESTAURANTLOUNGE carpeting, gas heat. This well kept home is a bar- FOR T and DAYS.ready and to If US aro*not IT

ACTION T.V. Sales & Service gain at $14,500 FHA, $450 down and97.01 mo. .elude only Mtltfled|t everything.59 your on delivery money' n.lhn bach. Pay;

1m. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Penn more. You get it with full
Home of Soul Food direction Use the linen 5ft I-
ported Beer and Wine Air GUARANTEED TO RELIEVE YOU Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Tremendous money CATED can SCALP buy.FORMULA Your hair your and

conditioned for your com- OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE screened-in patio, 15x30 swimming pool, newly scalp your name deserve and fine address Just-GOLD send
fort. REPAIR ALL MAKES landscaped 75x125 grounds, sprinkler system, MEDAL HAIR PRODUCTS INC.
Dept. KM, Inweod 1. I I., N. Y. 11696
fenced wall wall beautiful
to carpeting, drapesand '
Owned and Operated by: FOREIGN AND AMERICAN FORMULA .N'loE.i.
cornices, decorated bar. Oil heat, sidewalks, tea bad carries writ
JAMES AND NEALIE MAE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE city sewer. Must be seenl) FHA price $19,500, money guarantee.'Y

YOUNGBLOOD STEREO HIFI RADIO TAPE $900 down and $128.42 month. Must be seenl! I

696-3381 8626 NW 22 Ave. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large, beautifully

SAVE UP TO 40% landscaped, fenced corner, 15x25 swimming pool,
double size carport, awnings, owning windows,
ON AUTO INSURANCE sprinkler system, central heat and air conditioning

Auto Insurance wall to wall carpeting. FHA $19,500. $900
Immediate SR-22 Filings down and $128.42 month. Outstanding beauty. L

Liability PhysicalDamage Low Monthly Payments
SR 22 FilingNo AUTO TAGSDRIVERSLICENSE Outstanding bedroom, 2 bath home with every G
thing. Screened in 33x16 swimming pool, 44x12 !I
One Refused D. GOODMAN & SONS covered patio, beautifully landscaped, fenced in-, 88M I

GOOD DRIVERSNo KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY grounds, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, central !i

Finance Charge heat, awnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc.
Same location for two generations FHA down and $150.52 i
as little as price $23,500, $1,700 mo. .

15% DOWN 2688 NW 62nd ST. Phone: 691.0380 WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION 1
AT SHELL'S CITY Modern duplex at 6345 N.MiamiAve.Floridaroom;

(South Door) tile roof, gas heat, air conditioners, furniture, appliances -:

PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR'AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE FHA price $16,500, $600 down, $113.93-
mo. Rent one side and live in the other rent free MODEL 11P50A WITH
Most beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Large EARPHONE
5941 NW 7th Avenue VET TVTED landscaped fenced-in grounds with sprinkler

system, screened-in tropical patio, 2 car carport, $5.00
very large modern built-in kitchen, garbage disposal

&MY j:$FLORIST large vanity type bathr, oms, gas heat, air'
0v1 11IOI 379-7735 conditioning, wall to wall carpeting lovely DOWNCall
sfl.rnt Aortas drapes, sliding door to patio. FHA price $19,500,
346 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9PRonc' $900 down and $128.42 month.





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20 WORDS OR LESS 200.) IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL I 'JYORD.' Route 693-4772 IF NO ANS. 154-6133

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. FHA-CBS 2 Idrm, 1 bath, asphalt tilt firs, Ige
lot zoned duplex.$9,000 $650 down $60.06
-- -- Salesman mo.

FOR SALEWASHINGTON FOR SALE FOR RENT FHA 2 bedroom, 1 bath, encl. front porch,
SalarY''' while cpt., extras. $11,500, $900 down, $84.65 month.
1 APT IN NW SECTION training FHA 3 bedroom, 1 bath, porch, garagelovely
3 bedroori bath 3020 NW 58th Street
new carport 2 bedroom apartment unfurnished Must be 21 or over area. $12,500, $700 down, $95 month.
Vets $200 down $120 3030 NW 58th Street
month. See 1438 NE 152 st. $400 DOWN $25 week 1 plus utilities and a resident of FHA CBS 2 bdrm, 1 bath, den, porch, gar. Con-

TU87583.. CBS, like new, 2 bedroom, no $25 or 2 children required. theGreater venience plus. $12,500, $800 down, $83.55 mo.

r (Jan. 3) closing costs, large living Mr. Hoffner 757-9762. Miami FHA =; CBS' 2 bdrm, 1 bath, large Fla rm, gar.

16 lots, TRUMAN City, west room, separate dining room, Area Near school. $13,000, $800 down, $87 month.
modern kitchen, large utility
of airport. Call 758-1872. room, city water, no closing Furnished efficiency, free Apply in person at: FHA CBS 3 bdrm, 1 bath, cpt, closed porch,
(Jan. 24);) costs. See and call owner 693- lights 55 Terrace and water.633-2937.1868 N.W. 301 NW 29th Street Ige rooms, fenced, bar-b,q, workshop, sprinklers,
2631. $15,200, $750 down, $106.20 month.
FHA $450 down,$90.10 month, between 10 a.m.
2 bedroom CBS Florida room, 1 bedroom duplex $19.00 and 3 p.m. FHA CBS 5 bdrms, 2 baths, library rm, liv rm,!
7 room house for sale as is
1 bed. single person $13.00 din area, 2 kitchens, large work room,' tile roof,
awnings i large fenced lot
$1,000.00 or best offer. Take
DEPOSIT REQUIRED Monday through Friday ,
firs $21,000 $1200
close in. Tubin Realtor 7906 terr Ige concrete driveway. ,
over payments of $80 per
WEST REALTY down, $136.71 month.
NW 7th Ave. 691-4785.
month. 633-4330. 2020 NW 62nd Street

FHA $9,500 total price $300 Records bargin of the year. 8 1 bedroom furnished apart
down. $63.52 a month, 2 bed- new records for $1.00. long ment for couple. Also a room
room CBS close In.TUBIN playing records $1.50 each, for a man. To see call NE 5- The Minl-Bruie presents ,4
Realtor 7906 NW 7th Ave.691- Lou Rawls, Nancy Wilson are 4805.A .
4785. some of the artists, call 696-
4501.A nice clean room Inaprivatehome (the short payment book.

FHA $800down,$118.76 month with air-condition. 536
modern duplex, 2 bedroom fine gas heater, heats the NW 47th St. 759-6088.
each side, tile roof, terrazzo whole house. All tubing and

floor jalousie windows, appli- vent pipe included. $20. 691- Nice rooms for respectable
ances for both apartments, 1503. persons 696-2145.Cooking
large corner lot.TUBIN Real- privileges.
tors, 7906 NW'7th Ave. 691- $73 MONTH PAYSALL

4785. $200 down, buys nice small 2 1 bedroom cottage for rent,
bedroom CBS total only$8,500 unfurnished. 1418 NW 60th St.
FHA $900 down, like new, 4 FHA. A. Ben-Kori Realtor, 691-7804.
bedroom, 2 bath, CBS pool and anytime, 7592425. MISCELLANEOUS
patio. Built-in kitchen awning 2 door Sedan
windows, terrazzo floors, extra 3 Draperies taken down, $249 $49 J
cleaned, decorator folded and Down Per Mo. for 36 MonthsBuick's
large lot with sprinkler Open Sunday 3831 NW 171 D.
rehung. Lustra-tone Drapery
system, near Elementary St. plus large extra room. A Service, 887-8022. (indef) new Opel Kad 2-ur.. Sedan.TEST .
school bus and
nice large home vacant.
very ,
Start off the by learn- DRIVE ONE TODAY AT-
shopping center. TUBIN Real $500 FHA $15,500 total, $125 year
tors. 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- month pays all, Hurry on this ing to play the piano. Only a
few openings left so hurry.
4785. one, call me for details. A. Sheehan
Ben-Kori Realtor, anytime BUICKENTIRE
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath 7592425. HELP WANTED
screened porch, fenced yard, Laborers for pre-cast con
sprinklers, close to bus,shop- 2 CAR GARAGE crete $85 week guaranteed. 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET HI 44661

ping, FHA $300 down, $80.78 Beautiful home and income. Holidays, vacation, fringe Open Mon.,Wed.. Frl.!,'til 9 PM and Tues.,Thurs., Sat., 'til 6PMMODEL
month, Veteran or displaced Lovely 2 bedroom custom benefits. 5601 NW 72nd Ave. .-

person $100 down. Atlantic built, plus garage apt. $1200
>and Pacific Realtors, 666- down ,FHA terms, less for Butcher,with experience.' i ,
erences '
0411. Vets. Call to inspect this one. required. 6600 NW
A. Ben-Kori Realtor 759-2425 22nd or call M. Farrow 691- CITIES JOBOPPORTUNITIES
-- 2972 for interview.
2 bedrooms
Gorgeous CBS duplex,
CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, no
1 bath each side, cor- MALE OR FEMALESilk
qualifying or closing cost!
ner lot, fenced yard, patio,, Small down payment.Open 1-5 and wool presser,experi- FOR YOU
barbecue pit, sprinkler, wall p.m. 2920 NW 157th St.Owner enced only. 12 and 24$. Call
to wall carpet, built-in oven 531-3184 or 3711905. 945-7161. (Indef.)
range. Must see. FHA $900
down, $128 month. Atlanticand 3 BEDROOMa CHILDCAREBaby

Pacific Realtor, 6660411Newly large home for a big family. and Childcare can be Community Organization CoordinatorSalary
Plus extra sleepingroom$350down found at 1225 NW 55th St. B.

redecorated furnished FHA $13,500 total $112a Roberson. 7514708.

frame 1 bedroom house.Large month pays all. A.Ben-Kori $13,932 To $15,336 Per Year

living room, dining area,good Realtor anytime.7592425. UNUSUAL BUSINESS
location, Florida room.$7500.
$1,000 down. $75 monthly. No
qualifying. Broker 758-5400. 3 bedroom house call 634-1210 qualified person or group 1. Master's Degree in social work, social :science. ; :,education. or
administration. : ,
N. W. Miami '
2. Three years work experience ;, ,,

HOUSE FOR SALE H.E. A-I LABORNO $500,000 PER YEAR / 3. Reside, in Model I Cities. I area, / ,11 .. I ',*-.' ''\ *' t

FHA $450 DOWNAnyone I FEE PAID DAILY Can be purchased for ,' ', ' : : lit 1! 1' ,?*'

; Driver, Men with carl, $65,000 DOWNFor Area Coordinator : ,
can buy. 2 bedroom Fork lift, Laborers, Ware- ',:, 1\,, ,11.1;
CBS home. Lot housemen. Open 5:30 a.m. further Information: 4'J ;'f 1J

66x138.J. K. REALTY Many, Realtors extras., A-I AMERICAN write or DATA call AND Salary $6,252 per year : :>4c rS

947-7571 EMPLOYMENTRestaurant INVESTMENT CORP.Ft. : ', i 'I"H II>
Lauderdale, Fla. Ph.: ".,", '11'1' 1 1
Hotel Ft. Lauderdale, 563-5658 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: ., i"' '
Domestic, Factory i" ?
or phi Miami after 6 p.m. 'OJ
1. School graduate ,
751-0838, Mr. L. Glickman High
For Sole N. W. 2. Three years work experience "- : \.. ,', i

Reduced 3. Reside in the Model Cities area ,1', ( H
$850.00 DOWN 4. Must own car and have valid driver's license '

Earn extra money. Night work. 5Also; day . '

2 bedroom 1 both work. Driver Messenger //j('. "

FJ: room garage Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages. ,.,
$110 month pay oil Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation. Per Year; .<
KLEINMAN REALTY or over. APply' between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. No Salary $4,800-$5,800

BROKER phone calls please. National Linen Service ,PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: S I" "

221.5314 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley. 1. Two years work experience :. :-

2. Maintain valid chauffeur's license ":

SOUTHERN 3. Reside in the Model Cities area ,,, I ,I',
.:;-.rr' ". '; "
i BELL Needles & Accessories ,I'. ,
NEEDS Stereo Tapes & Players '


Buy 10 Johnson's T.V. Get 2 '

APPLY Records Free 6207 N.W. 27th Avenue
Monday-Friday t & Records l'
345 N. E. 2nd Avenue
8325 N. E. 2nd Avenue AVENUE 696-0342 "
6964 NW 15th 693.4302
9101 S. W. 24th Street Telephone:
Downtown Location Open Color T.V. & Stereo Service
h Day Saturday A. M.
Equal Opportunity Employer


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