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Vol. 46, No. 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1Q 1969 \

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Dade County week when it awarded bids for The four pools will be locat-
launched its biggest single four swimming pools amount- ed in Brownsville, Martin ,
swimming pool project this ing to $937,500. Luther King Park at NW 17th
Ave and 87th St., Poinciana
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Park at NW 25th Ave and 72nd

A Friend We'll Remember St., and in Homestead. Two of 4 4y
the p o o 1 s are in the Model y I ,

j A nation lost a good friend, a great libertarian, when Cities area and the King Park
Miami News Editor William Calhoun Baggs died on Jan- pool is Just eight blocks past
uary 7, 1969, at the Miami Heart Institute. then o r t h boundary line of
Baggs, who had served as Editor, the News since mid Model Cities.
1957, was nationally known and respected for his libera- Delay in'construction of the
lism, his warmth, and most importantly his deep and sin- pools, especially the one in Breaks Shopping Center BarrierA ::1
cere concern for the well-being of all men. Brownsville, had come about
He was born in Atlanta on when bids came in more than - a '
September 30,1920.Bill,as 40% greater than the amount black couple has finally try and the Pansy Flaum The store's business so far
} he was known to his friends allocated. But the Met r o broken the business barrier in School of Floral Design on Miami has been 95% white, but the If
,and colleagues, had been a Commission decided to reallocate one of Miami's nicest subur- Beach. black community is just learn-
r patient of.the Institute since funds from the gas tax ban shopping centers.Norman Alvin Guilford of the Small ing of its existence. I I
December 28, 1968.He died 3SA and make the pool project a and Barbara Scott have open- Business Administration Dade Mayor Chuck Hall was
J of viral pneumonia, but his 1 t v priority one.Construction. ed a first class modernistic helped the couple get an $8- so pleased at the breakthroughthat
illness was complicated by r t 4 by the Carlson florist shop at 275 Northside 000 loan and the rest was easy. he showed up to cut the
hepatitus. 4 Construction Company is expected Plaza in the Northside Shop- All except getting the local ribbon opening day. Also
Dade County, if not the to begin Immediatelyand ping Center at NW 27th Ave. shopping center manager to shown in the top picture are
world, suffers the lost of a target date for opening l>fthe' and 79th Street. grant the lease. After many 'Mr. Guilford'MrScottClydeMurray
;' great man who dedicated his pools is set for June. The establishment of the delays the lease was signed Henry Kinchen, Linda, :
life and his work to the The 'P 0 in cia n a Park pool business is the kind of storywe and Flowers by Modernday Griffin, Mrs.Scott and the Ma I
;. ,proposition that we must all) will be the initial phase of like to read about.Norman, opened for business last yor. Bottom'photo shows the
: work and be concerned with. a mammoth 20-acre recrea- a high school graduate, was a month. beautiful front of the store.
the plight of those less for- tion development to be built truck driver for Graybar
tunate than others. over a five year period. It will Electric. His wife finished Mi-
Bill Bares was a friend of Include baseball and football ami Northwestern and went two :
Back In '
.i even the -most militant blacks in the nation. They had fields, tennis and basketball years at Miami Dade Junior Powell Congress
courts and a community rec- College. At night they attended :
grown to love and respect the man who to them was not ,
white, but rather "a soul brother." reation building among other the University of Miami

The black community will long mourn the death of this things. School of Commercial Floris- Jo .Jell It Like It' Is
' great man who brought so much understanding to the rat ,
t vial difficulties 61 our'time. Baggs;'who fought for Civil ,\ ) ..... ,i, .. -. "I'
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Rights publicly, even before it became popular to do so, NEW YORK-The Rev.
will long be remembered by his outstanding humility and Adam Clayton Powell, back in t I
humanity. the and his I
pulpit pastorate
Baggs, who is the on1yA merican newsman to visit Hanoi + xi trroi.p I
a well as in Congress on a regular -
twice since America became Involved in Southeast Asia, 1 basis, announced that I I
gained national respect for his view that American t
unpopular next Sunday he would resumea
men should not die in that dastardly war. Baggs senti- Af series of sermons that had 4t.:
ment has since been shared by millions of Americans. 0r ,t xA brought him years of trouble
Though many did not agree with the liberal Bill Baggs, i.' and cost him more than $75- i irr
the Georgia born newsman earned his respect. He foughtfor nw 000 in fines and damages.His .
what he believed and what he believed to be true. n ext topic: "First
The greatest tribute that can be paid to him is to say .". things first: A blueprint for
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that the world is a better place because he passed this -- Harlem."
Land cleared for the long promised Brownsville swimmingpool
way.The For Zion's sake I will not -
world, and especially Miami, B a better place be- will not have this weed grown appearance now that con- hold my peace, for Jeru-. co7essm-poweu-:; :I
cause Bill Baggs passed this way. tracts have been awarded for construction. salem's sake I will not rest,"'
Powell declared, paraphrasing -
the Bible."
He could have resigned from I i I

1969 Inaugural Gala Congress and retired on $1, I
400 a month, he told his con
gregation. But he chose to pay ,
the $25,090 congressional fine :
To Stress minorities in installments of over a $1- r
000 a month because "Harlemis
Y going to pieces" and needs
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InvolvementThe avolceinthenationalCongress
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he explained.
{ United Citizens Committee just on the surface, but all the "For Zion's sake" he remarked -
+ yTv of the 1969 Inaugural way through." that in this context
Committee announced the ap- Smith stressed that the Zion means the church-he had
pointment of Lloyd X. Smith, United Citizens Committee Is to speak out, he went on, because -
of Washington, D. C., as a making an extra effort toward the incoming Nixon ad... ;
Committee Vice Chairman.The Involvement of black people ministration is being advised :
Citizens group is in in the Inaugural Gala, not only to let unemployment increase 'I
charge of directing and producing at the performing level, but in to lessen the danger of inflation -
the 1969 InauguralAll- the direction and productionends "for the sake of theDow-

1 Y American Gala, scheduled for as well. Jones average."
4a January 18 at the D. C.AJ- "Black entertainers will Of Florida's 12 Congressmen -
mory. have a prominent role in the only Dade's Dante Fas-
In accepting the position, Gala performance," he said, cell and Claude Pepper voted z I
Smith, formerly with the Minorities "but even before that, Blacks this week to seat Powell. I
Division of the GOP will be actively involved lathe
"AND A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM"The National Committee and Regional planning of the Gala and in its

happy faces above typify the kind of excitement exhibited at Nathan Field Director for Unit- direction. We want total involvement "We want every Black man
The idea born ed Citizens for Nixon-Agnew,' of all minority' and woman in this country to
Elementary School each week on "Banking Day". was '
Young noted that the theme of the 1969 groups -- not token involve- know that they are invited-- :
Week and since that time their membershiphas ,
during the American Education Gala is "Forward Together." ment." that they are wanted -- at the ;
grown to 221. Through the cooperation of the Opa-locko Neighborhood He added: Smith added that effective Gala honoring President- f
Federal Credit Union, the P.T.A.the principal and faculty of Nathan Young, -American Gala' liason has been establishedwith Elect Nixon. Ticket requestscan
the idea of thrift has become a reality. means just that. This is goingto Negro community leaders be expedited by writing to Ii
The Center I is located at 2341 Ali Baba Avenue_ and is open to all indivi- be an effort that will demonstrate and activists in Washingtonand me direct In care of the Citizens ,
clearly that all other cities.He said Inaugural Committee :
many ,
and The hours are 8:30: to 5:00: Monday through Friday.
duals organizations. Americans have a place in and that, their efforts will be directed Pension Building,Washington.This I
The Credit Union services anyone who is desirous of joining by making home are supporting the Nixon Administration among other things, Inaugural Gala will bean
visits also. Mrs. Evelyn Freeman is the Opa-locka Neighborhood Center Credit The All-Amerl- toward stimulating ticket event to remember -- for all )"
Union Manager. can Gala will have soul -- not sales among minority groups. Americans," Smith said.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 10, 1969 3I

.3 New School Board Members ; 1
local' Committee
Studying ;
I Take OfficeFour 1


Philadelphia' O.f.C ProgramSix bers -School three new Board, one mem-re-

elected were sworn into
I office
Dade blacks are in PhIl- cur is in Philadelphia attend-
adelphia this week to learn ing athree- month training Tuesday Education at Lindsey Hopkins
about the highly successful Center.
session.
Opportunities Industrialization They started work publiclyat
Board members hinted an official meeting Wednes-
Center (OIC).
The OIC center, patternedon strongly that a fund drive in the day, also in the second-floor

the string of centers found- black community would begin auditorium of Lindsey Hop- \
ed in Philadelphia by the Rev. soon after their return from kins, administrative headquarters I
Leon Sullivan and now spread Philadelphia early next week. for the school sys
tem. The new members have
across the nation, is expectedto They hope to raise "a sub-
be brought to Miami in early stantial percentage" of the estimated been at work unofficially since j
$150,000 cost of establishing they were elected Nov. 5,
May.Five reading reports and attending :
OIC Board Members x Ex < an OIC center here. k
are spending four days in Phil- Members of the Greater Mi- meetings and conferences. '
ami Urban Coalition will work The new members:
adelphia to watch and learn "
about Sullivan's program. with the OIC board in comingup u. J "'I(" .ems ... s

Board members visiting with the needed revenue. .4 -f ta+' MRS. CRUTCHER HARRISON DR, BEN SHEPPARD i';

Philadelphia are: Chairman Other OIC board membersare A dock and William Lehman. ceed ChairmanC.T. McCrim-(

William Wynn, Jr.,director of WILLIAM WyNN Robert Simms, executive Term of all three expired in mon, Jack Gordon and the first 4 r

Agency OperationsUnitedFund month when they visit Sulli- director, Dade County Com- January 1971. Republican ever to serve on ,J
; T. Willard Fair,executive van's OIC project. munity Relations Board; Rev. Mrs. Beckham, Mrs.Harrison the board, Ted Slack.All three J

director, Greater Miami Sam Moncur, a former top Thedford Johnson, pastor, St. and Dr.Sheppard will sue- decided not to seek reelection I I
Urban League; Paul l H. Wyche, official with EOPI, has been John's Baptist Church, and
director of Public Affairs, named by the nine-man boardof Rev. Kenneth Major associate i

Economic Opportunity Pro- directors to run the center minister, the Church of the In. First Negro Gets Life Peerage ,I

gram, Inc; J. Marvin Smith, when it opens in Dade. Mon- carnation. Sir Learie Constantine who \
special assistant to the Exe- I
was high commissioner from I'I
cutive Director, EOPI; and .
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Trinidad-Tobago to London in
Mrs Jones '! "
Georgia area co- :
:1 : w : / 1962-64 has become the first
ordinator, Model Cities Program : / '. .
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Mrs. Wants : 4K1
Mrs. Josefina Harvin, Range' Negro to receive life peeragein 'Iif
,p'"I/rf .1' the British House of Lords '
Model Cities board member, "
is accompanying the group to MRS. ETHEL BECKHAM The appointment was announced h if ifI
in the
Philadelphia.The Committee To Get New Year'shonors I J
OIC program is basedon Ethel Beckham, wife of a list made public by
lawyer Walter H. Beckham. Queen Elizabeth.He mikes his
,
control of each center by the
black community It serves. federal funds fastMiami Crutcher Harrison, wife of home in London.

It's success Is based on the John C. Harrison, a construc-

organization's abilities( to get tion company vice president.Dr. Burn
Baby Burn
big business to furnish ma- City Commissioner ments should have closer.relationships Ben J. Sheppard, both '

terials, instructors and jobs M. Athalie Range wants a local a physician and a lawyer,for- Gets
for unemployed or under-em- committee appointed to con- "We should Jump at this," mer Judge DadeCounty's Juvenile 18 MonthsA
ployed blacks. tact federal officials in Wash- Mrs. Range declared MlamJ court. young man charged with i
ington D.C. to get for should be one of the first to
Dade's OIC board money The reelected member is burning a house during Miami's -
program, Sir Learie Constantine
members said, will train hard local projects "where the take advantage'of the new ad Anna Brenner Myers, a.lawyer racial disturbance last
core unemployed for specific needs actually lie." ministration's desires to work Mrs. Meyers has served year was sentenced Thursday

Jobs guaranteed by local busi "I will urge the City Commission .. closely with the cities to solve since 1953, longer than any to 18 months in prison. CHURCH OF INCARNATION

nesses. Chairman Wynn told Thursday to appoint a urban problems." other member of the board. Marvin Redding, 24, of 2175 MARDI
the Miami Times that initial three-member liaison com The commissioner said that The new board willhave four NW list St. pleaded guilty to GRAS DANCE

plans call for concentration in mittee that will go to Washington everybody says red tape can't women, a majority for the first third degree arson before Friday, Feb. 7

.the garment industry and local as often as necessary and be cut. But she recalled last time in several years. Theholdover Criminal Court Judge Carl- Everglades Hotel '
branches of national com- bypass the localredtape"she year that she, Mayor Stephen woman member is ing Stedman. *
panies already active in the said. Clark and Commissioner Helene Vosloh.:Other holdover Redding ad'mitted'setUn Donation/ $2.00'
Maurice Ferre went to Wash- members are Holmes Brad- fire to a vacant house Aug. 9 ,
national OIC program. Tickets on sole by member '
Mrs. Range said she thinksa
ington and were able to get at 4885 NW 22nd Ave.
He said a tentative target
commissioner should
serveon quick assistance on a local f
date in early Mayhasbeenes- the committee, along with project.
tablished for the opening ofDade's two r i vat citizens knowl- I
p e
"I'm tired of the continual
FOR THE FINEST: HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
first OIC Center.
edgeable of th problems and rounds of letter-writing when
Board member Garth C. who can afford the time. we apply for funds," Mrs. MODERATE RATES-CALL
Reeves, editor of the Miami
She said the President-elect Range said. "I feel with this ...
Times, will accompany a
Richard Nixon has stated that committee we can circumventsome
similar from the Greater BONDED
group
the federal and local govern- of the red tape." I
Miami Urban Coalition next


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Extortion ChargeFormer


Metro Zoning he came up with the $200. between Smith and Frankel, Appeals Board member Assistant State Attorney which was transmitted to officers -
George Tyron Smith acquittedof Denis Dean was unsuccessfulin by way of a "bug" attached xXat i

an extortion charge. getting a tape recording,reportedly to Frankel.
Criminal Court Judge Car- of the conversation The Judge did not say why he
ling Stedman granted a defense between Smith and Frankel, was granting the defense motion 1, J THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

motion for acquittal before placed in evidence. for an aqulttal but he had MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THESOUTHOPERATING

Smith's attorney called any Judge Stedman ruled Metro questioned whether Frahkel's IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
witnesses. The case was being officers had failed to properly testimony indicated any harm

heard without a Jury. identify the tape as contain- would come to him if he fail- A. fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
Key issue in the brief hear- ing the alleged conversation ed to pay the $200.CUSTOM tenants convenienceA
ing was a tape recording of an
alleged conversation between community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent r
Smith and his accuser, David fr..,"furnished and air conditio,edforyourcomfortand enjoyment.

Ralph F ran k e 1, a convicted -'llJJI- A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
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felon who! had three charges .
against him dropped last Tenants concern will stopvandalismandred"c.thecostofhouslng.
month as a result of his testimony : ; i DlliLI0SC0IWT

before the defendant's MAIN OFFICE'

indictment.Frankel had been accused of /
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possessing marijuana and 20 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733

stealing a policeman's gun.
Smith is a 28-year-old insurance I 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617

executive and former 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5.3553

partner of Metro Commissioner lhstqH q. : : :CCJ: ; tqn'tf: : cJ' 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. lauderdaleJA 4-3357
Earl Carroll who
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business associate 3801 Grand Avenue, Gro e. HI 51381 '
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to the ZAB. Smith was suspended Jt'<<4 I. Jjjirnmt .., :!. ,... ,2..5.: 512 NW 1st Ave., Hal landale .- WA 7.2434
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charge Carroll was lost nude bis public chance and to ,. i80 '!i }; : : ,

make another ,appointment to ; HON. L. U BROOKS, President
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Smith. 'S A'f 7iRD.rU.PFlfR
replace
Frankel testified Smith attempted GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager.-

to extort $200fromhim. CHARLES A..OCKHART". Public Relations Director
2450: NW .S4th.'Slnrel: < ;.
He said Smith'promisedto ; - :

get charges against him, 6334300: . If I am'to enjoy a better life, others must live better too.-" L. L. Brooks
Frankel, "taken care .of if ..: .

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 10, 1969OHc.
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To Be Equal

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530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phcn.t691-0421 by Whitney M. Young Jr.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher rtt
GARTH C, REEVES, Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban League Speaks

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Publishers, I IneT:
Role
The Of Middle
310 Madison Avenue. New York N. Y. 10017 After the stormy and unpredictable events of 1968, it wouldbe
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association either an exceptionally brave man or a fool who would dare

2400 S. Michigan Avenue- Chicago, III. 60616 .... to predict what will happen in the coming twelve months. But Class I BlacksA

SUBSCRIPTION/ RATES if we can't predict the future, at least we can pinpoint some
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 -.FOREIGN $6.00 concerns that will alert us what to watch for in the new year. few days ago a very bright young black college student
This will be more unpredictable than most becausewe asked me why middle-class blacks,unlike the Irish,Jews and
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post year roots retreat from their
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 have a new President and a new administration. Right now, Italians, desert the grass problems,
they represent a big question mark; only time will tell how move from the ghetto and abandon the civil rights struggle. I
The NEGRO"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Washington will respond to the problems facing us. asked him what evidence he had to support the idea that raid-
PRESS believes
me world from racial and national antagonism that America when can It best accords lead president-electNixoncampaigned on a call for unity and thai tdle class blacks in fact behave differently from the Irish, the

to every man regardless of his creed or color his human is certainly what the nation needs today.The divisions causedby jews and the Italians.He .
and l legal rights. Hating no racel man.-the sincere and militant youngster but was reacting
no Negro be healed by a was a very
Press war and the cries for racial justice can only
strives to help
every man In the firm belief thai all men without benefit of history.
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. unified nation determined to bring real equality to all its citi-
zens. Most campaign oratory is forgotten after an election, but What he first failed to understand is that serious conflicts
have arisen amongst all minority groups in the country. These
this is one promise that can't go by the boards. .
Reports in the press Indicate that badly-needed social pro- conflicts arose among people with the same religion and the

'It !liditnr'5 l1ttbonk grams may be cut back, or at best, frozen at present levels. same color and were based on economic and class differences.
There is also a lot of talk about replacing federal action with At the turn of the century, the Irish with money (lace curtain

private efforts and with releasing federal tax revenues to the Irish) had considerable conflict with, if not contempt for, the

WELL DONE THOU GOOD states rather than using them for a national attack on urban poor (shanty Irish).

AND FAITHFUL FRIENDThis problems. If this is true, then outlookfor urban peace and As Jewish organizations developed this country, with the
an end to poverty is bleak. I've always said that the private expressed purpose of forwarding Jewish life and culture,they

week The Miami Times is sad to announce the retire- sector must become more involved in solving social problems, emerged along class or economic lines: the American Jewish

ment of its oldest employee, the Rev. L. A. Thompson. and that local governments must have more tools to better Committee attracting the very wealthy, the American Jewish

Forty six years ago this month after Ihad bought the Magic solve their problems, but this can't be done at the expense of Congress attracting the middle classes, and the more ortho-

Printing Company and launched the publication of The Miami desperately needed federal programs, poverty, urban decay, dox groups attracting the poor. The notion that religion or

Times, I asked Rev. Thompson to come and work with me. and racial unrest are national problems, and only massive color is more important than class orientation in social organization -

Rev. Thompson was living in Stuart at the time where he had national action can solve them. is a mistake. Secondly, my young college friend had
taught in the public schools and did truck farming.The One trend that will grow even stronger in the coming year not done his homework in sociology. If he had he would have
will be the black demand for a share in the control over the discovered that in America, regardless to color, race or religion -
past 46 years have Institutions that shape the lives of black people. Last year saw there is a phenomenon known as"grasshopping"which,
brought about a happy and enjoyable confrontations that focused on the black community's insis- I am afraid, the black community is also a part of: when the

relationship with Rev. tence on decentralization of big city school systems,with par- poor Jew rose economically, he left Allen Street for West End
Thompson. Through the yearshe ticipation in their control going to parents of the community. Avenue: when the Irish head of family accumulated the capi-
has not been thought of as an 1969 will tal he left Hell's Kitchen and moved to what is
b see an intensification of this trend,and its spread to now Harlem:
employee, but as a friend.His demands for community participation in other areas as well. when the Italian worker was upgraded by the emt'rgence of
counsel through the years has 1 d. Other services such trade unions he left Street for six-room
J city as the police, sanitation, and economic Mulberry a house in
been wise and welcome. programs as well, will feel pressure from the ghetto Queens.If .
Rev. Thompson came to The for democratic citizen participation in their control. my young friend wishes to develop a thesis that the black

Times during the lean years, I think this will be accomplished by greater unity among middle class should stay in the ghettos, that is one thing. But
and stayed on to see it become black people. The name-calling and headline-grabbing that to use the Jews, the Irish and the Italians as historic examplesfor

the modest success thatit some people indulge in will recede with the greater under- his case is misleading.

enjoys today. Many oldtime standing of the need for black unity in the face of the evils of Finally, what my young friend failed to see is that given the
Miamians will remember his racism. limited capital of the black middle class, it has done a remarkable -
popular and thought-provoking column, "The Moving Finger." With increased political maturity and sophistication, will Job of carrying on the fight for justice throughoutour
No other has done more to make The Times what it is
person
come, more emphasis on programs relevant to our situation. history. Most of the leaders, the money, and the energy
today than Rev. Thompson. I foresee voter registration, consumer education, and eco- in our long struggle have come from middle class blacks.It .

More than 20 years ago Rev. Thompson organized the nomic self-help programs replacing demonstrations of anger. was the NAACP (described by my young friend as too
Temple Baptist Church, now housed in a well appointed struc- While no one can say for sure that riots won't occur, I feel middle class) which won all the great legal battles that gave
ture at 17th St.and NW Third A venue. The soft spoken, mild that we may have seen the last of large-scale summer out- else to the period of protest and sit-ins. The greatest protestor

mannered minister has won thousands admirers and friends bursts. Unless of course, they are provoked by an insensitive of all was Martin Luther King, Jr. who came from the
for his eternal willingness to help others. establishment that seeks to further oppress black people.But privileged upper middle class of Atlanta.Even the young SNCC
it is clear today that riots don't result in progress, and that people, who began the sit-ins and who established a high degree -
After an operation on his eyes for cataracts and a bout with the time has come for the black community to organize Itself of political freedom in Mississippi, were children of
arterial sclerosis, Rev. Thompson has been forced to slow and to work towards changing the system through achieving middle class parents.
his speed like the most of us. We are sorry he can no longer economic and political The fact is
power. that in times of cultural and political revolu-
work with us and we will miss him from his desk. We wish tion it is
almost always true that the
him money and much of the
in Ms
many happy years semi-retirement.
leadership for social change is provided by the class that is
: better off, in the Interest of the poor. That was true in the

I A HAPPY NEW YEARYes French, the Chinese, the Russian and the American revolutions -
p1By llayesG'j And I feel that it will remain true in the black man's
we now have 1969. As Ye Editor extends greetings to struggle for freedom.PHIL ,
one and all, he quotes one of our country's greatest citizens-
Benjamin Franklin: Booker T.

There are two ways of being happy:we may either diminishour If we look back' on the year 1968 with regards to our per-

wants or augment our means. Either will do, the resultis sonal achievements, the year will probably offer no greater I
the same. And it is for each man to decide for himself, and significance than others OSSOFERAs
do that which L__._ __ ___. _ .we. might. remember._ _ But, if we look
happens to be the easiest.If you are idle or sick pact ana maKe an appraisal or mack achievement in 1968, the
'or poor, however hard it may be for you to diminish your picture becomes one of accomplishments. 1968
was produc- we look back at the did
How ridiculous to believe
)
recently -
:wants, it will be harder to augment your means. If you are active tive to blacks in regard to massive as well as individual
and prosperous or young or in good health, it may be easier achievement. In fact,only a repeat in certain areas of endeavor meditate deceased year 1968 and as some die-bards still
for you to augment your means,than to diminish your wants. will attest to the fact that the year 1969 can be as productive. their on its events and do, that they didn't.Unfortunately .

,But if you are wise, you will do both at the same time, youngor The individual accomplishments of some blacks should offer cover significance that we will dis- however,de-
as violent
as it was spite the made so
old, rich or poor, sick or well. that needed push some of our progress
people
young require to embarkon there
were audible undertones far, we have not crossed the
wise will do both in such a way as a venture of self-elevation. If it is true of
And if you are very you examples are the pro g res s in humanitarianism threshold of equality. We are
to augment the general happiness of society. best motivating force, the year 1968 produced quite a few. unable to the fruit of
When I say only a repeat in certain areas will make 1969 reap
The new year will also bring a new President Richard productive as 1968, I refer to the individual achievements as The Miami Times' excel- equality for it is still unripein
Nixon Ye Editor notes the salary for this office has been of lent special supplement" the minds of dissenters.The
some blacks. The blacks I have in mind were voted the Pro-
Increased from $100,000 a year to$200,000,effective January of their present endeavors. Looking back on 1968 on find top gress" in the March 15 issue, ferment of violence has a di-
20. There is also an annual expense allowance of$50,000 for the in we that illustrated of the rect connection with its im-
top sprinter the world is a black man The top football many oppor-
income tax purposes and $40,000 for annual tax free purposes player in the country is a black man. The top boxer in the tunities for executive and pending fruition, being caused

Ye Editor wishes our new president and Mrs. Nixon Godspeed world (two) is a black man. The top college basketball player other wellpayingpositionswhich by the pressure of its natural

in the country is a black man. The top vocalist in the country were not available to growth resisting the death
is a black man. The iop; ground gainer in the AFL is a black certain citizens only a few struggle of these dissenterswho
man. The top female vocalist in the country is a black woman years back. would deny its fruition.
I LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR and the top college girl in the country is a black woman. To, In 1968 This was the condition in the
I saw more dark. for women's voting
struggle
Florida now has a Lieutenant Governor. He is GOP Repre- adequately realize the significance of these achievements we hued faces in
sentative Ray C. Osborn of St. Petersburg Governor Kirk in must first understand that each of these individuals had to stores in sales our department rights just before these rights

appointing him said, Osborne would be a logical choice as a literally' eclipse their competition. They had to be so much brought positions, It were achieved. As the younger
f joy to
my heart for women at close the
it saw range
running mate should he seek reelection in 1970. better than their counterparts so as to re move all reasonable was "business ,
doubt. as usual" with nearly ripened fruit of voting
J. For those no signs of negative reaction. rights, violence broke out.
young people needing a target upon which to set It
brought to mind the transition The deterrents in the evolu-
MIAMI NEWS EDITOR DIES their sights. I can think of no loftier ambition than to be on top in transportation
I tion of social are
$Ihave progress
of whatever
profession they choose.Isay this ever mindful
of witnessed
William C. Baggs popularly known as Bill Baggs, died on the fact that all of us are not equipped with the qualities it during my 23 those dissenters who wish to
Tuesday night In the Miami Heart Institute at the age of 48. produce champions. However, there is x certain satisfaction that years in Miami. I recall seeing perpetuate the traditional

Burial services will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. from Trinity received by the also rans whohave offered their best that Black men arrested for equalities and injustices, be
sustains sitting in
Episcopal Church, 424 NE 16th Street. them. Defeat is hard when we know we have not really- and then the front of a bus, the victims Black or female.

Mr. Baggs has been editor of the Daily News since 1957. applied ourselves. We become remorseful only when we rea- men as later seeing Black These are the unripened ones
lize a greater effort on our part would have drivers.(That's REAL . the bitter ones who would
The deceased was well known and highly respected by all produced a dif- front, man!) And of
ferent and more favorable result. If It were not for these now I watch forestall the natural growth
classes in the community. the word regreti, would become obsolete. Those people ting Black-driven buses go by,no- humanity, keeping it from becoming -
people
that
'Surviving are his wife and two sons to whom we extend our noted for giving their all are in such demand they have all is peaceful and the fruit of this spiri-
no time natural
condolence. for regrets. as if those drivers al- tual jet Age . the age of
ways belonged there. (They Justice, Equality and Truth.

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.- THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 10, 1969 5' I



Is White Racism RESOLUTION '1



Really TheProblem 7'HE'TIME'OFINVOLVEMENT



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IN COMMUNITY

White racism Is not at the heart of the problem in deal RE5PO IBILITY
ing with Negro aspirations in this country. Instead the
crucial element lies in the kind of accommodations the. ,

various ethnic groups here are capable of making. This
analysis of current racial tensions was outlined by Dr.

Murray Friedman, who teaches intergroup relations at the
University of Pennsylvania and LaSalle College, in an
article, "Is White Racism the Problem?' appearing in the
January issue of Commentary magazine.

Dr. Friedman, who is also PennsylvaniaDelware , 1968 X96
Maryland Regional Director of the American Jewish Committee , .
suggests that phrases like "white racism" and
"white America" obscure the true complexities of American

society. This country, he points out, "is and alwayshas
been a nation of diverse ethnic, religious and racial
groups witu widely varying characteristics and qualities."

Regardless of the forces working toward the homogenization -

of American life, he continues, "we are still Influenced -
in highly signific ant ways by our ethnic back
I, grounds." i k r.

1 Dr. Friedman maintains that we seem "to be moving
into a phase of American life in which ethnic self-confi

dence and self-assertion...are becoming more intense."
This stands in contrast, the author declares, to the myth Y r '
j that we are a nation of individuals rather than of groups. 1
The current pattern of ethnic "outs" pressuring the

ethnic "ins" for equal rights, opportunities and status,
I he points out, "has been followed? since colonial times and
! has been accompanied by noisy and often violent reaction
i by the existing ethnic establishment." The recent explosions

in the black ghettos have a precedent in the riotsof ...
I the Irish' in the cities in years gone by, he suggests,
pointing out that "as late as 1906, the New York Gaelic A MEANINGFUL RESOLUTION!
American wanted Irish history taught in the New York
schoo l"
City
.
Tracing the parallel further between current Negro agitation
I OFFICE OF ECONOMIC
;
and that of other American ethnic groups in earlier LETTERS' to EDITOR I (OPPORTUNITY) () I
periods of American history, Dr. Friedm maintainsthat Legalervwes J JS.
"racial and ethnic conflict takes its toll, but it has 3f"n HB MMBBB nMBBBaan HM MB r .
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frequently led to beneficial results. When pressures I
mounted by the 'outs'have caused widespread dislocation, A
the 'ins' have often purchased community peace by mak- ,loss of Bail And Reckless J. HY: Leo Adder ly,

ing political, economic, legal and cultural concessions." Center Attorney
One of the barriers to the advancement black people, Driving Charge QuestionedDear .

the author declares, "has been their inability to organize Judge Klein How To Buy PropertyThis
:
themselves as a group for a struggle with the various
'ins." This, says Dr. Friedman, "has been as crippling
as the forces of bigotry arrayed against them." On Thursday, December 26 this year you issued,a bench war- article is designed to point out certain facts about
Friedman rant of five hundred dollars ($500,00) and took the bail bond mortgages that should be helpful when buying property.
Dr. warns that it is important to recognizethat
which had been put up by one Deamus Reese because he did not The most common sources available for obtaining mortgage ;,
no virtue to the
special or culpability accrues posi-
tion of any group in the American pluralistic system "At appear in court to answer charges of reckless driving.The loans are banks, savings and loan institutions, Insurance companies -
and
mortgage companies. Before deciding on which to
the moment the American creed sides with Negroes, reason why Mr. Reese did not appear in court Is that he use, check all of them to get the best terms available.
Puerto Ricans, American Indians and other minoritieswho is bed-ridden with the Hong Kong Flu I and has been in bed for

have been discriminated against for so long. But we the past nine days. His wife called down to the courthouse on Terms of mortgages vary from lender to lender. Lenders

should not be surprised when Italians, Poles, Irish or Jews Thursday, December 19 and talked with the woman court clerk that require a higher down payment may have lower interest
respond to Negro pressures by rushing to protect vital there at which time she requested that a continuance be granted rates. For instance,although their down payment requirementsare
interests which have frequently been purchased through until her husband became well enough to appear in court. high, insurance companies generally charge less intereston

harsh struggles of their own with the ethnic system," Mrs. Reese was told by the woman clerk to call back Fridayat the loan, but have a shorter term,and higher monthly payment i
He adds, however, that Americans are sometimes capa- 1:30 p.m. which Mrs. Reese did and,again, she was told to Lenders requiring less of a down payment have higher
ble of transcending the impulse to protect vested inter- call back Monday, December 23 after 10:30: am.and she wouldbe interest rates.Mortgages .
ests through discriminatory barriers,as they are capableof informed as to what you had decided about granting the continuance -
setting aside their prejudices, for the sake of greater Unfortunately, Mrs.Reese,who was expecting a child may either be a conventional loan, or guaranteedby
social Justice. went into labor Sunday night and was taken to Jackson Me- the Veterans Administration, or insured by the Federal

Turning to the current conflict in big city school sys- morial Hospital where she had a baby Monday which, in turn, Housing Administration. Conventional usually have higher -

tems, Dr. Friedman sees the underlying problem as "a prevented her from calling your secretary Monday; however interest rates.In .

power struggle involving the decision-making areas con- she did call your secretary Thursday at which time your sec- considering a mortgage, other features should also be
trolled by an older educational and ethnic establishment.At retary informed her that you had Issued a bench warrant for compared. One feature is the prepayment privilege. This allows -
the heart of the issue is a group bargaining situation her husband per above and had declared his bond forfeited because the borrower to pay all or part of the mortgage in advance -
whose handling calls for enormous sensitivity and the development he had failed to appear. without penalty. Conventional loans may have restric-
of procedures that will protect the interests of of ten to
tions, such as allowing prepayment twenty percent
Since Mr. Reese carries his automobile insurance with me, I
the
conflicting groups. without penalty in any one year;; but charge one-half year's i
happen to be aware of this matter and can vouch for the truth-
In other areas as well, he continues, the Negro is Involved fulness Interest on any amount of prepayment over that. FHA limits i
of the above
circumstances. Also, in my opinion, the
"in much the same historical process experiencedby to fifteen in one without penalty
prepayment percent
any year ,
reason for Mr. Reese being given a ticket for reckless driv-
all groups, with varying success, In attempting to and charges one percent on any amount more than that,except ;
ing does not with the facts since in it is
agree my opinion,
"make it" in A mer i can life. The idea that he faces a in special circumstances. VA mortgages permit prepayment
Impossible for slow
a individual such
moving as Mr. Reeseto
monolithic white world uniformly Intent for racist rea- without f
penalty.The
go from a stopped position to ninety miles an hour in the ff
f
him his full
sons on denying' rights as a man is not only
naive but damaging to the development of strategies which space of five blocks (from NW 62nd Street north to NW 67th length, or term, of a mortgage also affects interest
Street on NW 10th Avenue) and to be followed and clocked
can lead to a necessary accommodation. It does no good bya costs. Conventional mortgages customarily run from twentyto
-. it does harm -- to keep pointing the finger of guilt patrolman at ninety miles an hour and flagged down all with- twenty-five years. VA and FHA mortgages run up to thirty-
in a distance of about four to five hundred
either at Americans in general or at special groups, yards. To accom- five years. Interest paid on a sevenpercent$10,000 mortgage
when what is needed are methods for dealing with the real plish this, I am of the opinion that it would take, at least, fifteen would total $6,179 over fifteen years,$8,608 over twenty years
needs and fears of all .ltrou ."Dr. Friedman concludes to twenty blocks, or about fifteen hundred to two thousand and $13,951 over a thirty year period. You can reduce the
yards for a car to increase its from to
Commentary, now in its 24th year, is an independent speed zero ninety milesan overall cost of the property by using a shorter term mortgage.This .
hour and for
the pursuing patrol car to clock it at the
monthly magazine of ,thought and opinion published as a top of course, raises monthly mortgage payments.
speed of ninety miles per hour and for the officer to flag down
service the
public by American Jewish Committee. Nor-
man Podhoretz, author and critic, is editor. and. stop the car. Since Mr. Reese had stopped for a red lightat Some families find that today's high down payment require
62nd Street going north,he had to have started from a stop ment makes it difficult to buy a home or other property. It is .

.. . ,ped position as outlined above. not advisable to use all of the family's available cash for a f
"""' ' ' .'.". .
d down payment. Some funds should be saved for closing costs,
Just; complete this coupon mail to .1 ,I also, would like to point out to you that Mr. Reese is now the service charges, and any immediate repairs the house may

The Miami Times' father of nine children and you know as well as I do, Judge, require. If a down payment is beyond a family's means, con- '

f 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo.33147 ? that a father of nine children has long ago lost all Interest in sideration should be given to obtaining a second mortgage.This .
being a "hot rodder" insofar as doing ninety miles an hour in
may be offered by a seller to complete a sale or it may
( ) One $5.00 automobiles are concerned which,in turn, makes me think that be available from mortgage lenders. Interest rates are high
year the officer who wrote the ticket accusing Mr. Reese of doing and the terms usually shorter than for first mortgages. FHA f

( ) Payment enclosed '" i ninety miles an hour in the space of five short blocks either does not permit second mortgages. Additional financing is also -
,1 i' "'. ought to have his odometer double-checked or his head examined -
( ) Bill me later possible by using a contract with the seller to repay a loan
: since one or the other is obviously out of working order.It in monthly installments.

1, NAME.. __ . '. ., .-- f
:: : is to be hoped, Judge Klein, that you will reconsider your Because the purchase of property will, perhaps, representone
ADDRESS j disposition of Mr. Reese's case and will cancel the bench war- of the biggest investments in your life, know all the facts
.' rant and reinstate the bond which you ordered forfeited while before going info the transaction.
i CITY f fr granting him a continuance because of the extenuating circum-
stances as outlined above and which I know to be the truth. Listen to "Legal Services Presents" on the Tom Washington -
r STATE ZIP Show, WMBM, 1490 on your dial, 7 p.m. and WKAT, 1360

V........................rrvrrrr-Wr......,,.................................i" Phillip S. Brewer at 11:30 p.m. every Sunday.


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6 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday, January 10, 1969IacBYchEhES ANNUAL
1 will address the Men's Club dinner meeting at Plymouth Congregational FIRST ANNUAL DINNERThe

Church, Coconut Grove, January 14. SKYLAKE BANQUETDeal
Albert Johnson had to cancelhis New Year's trip to Nassau International Associa-

after being stricken at the airport before boarding his flight. Miami cordially: invited to tion of Railway Employees
are
He's out of Christian Hospital now and recuperating. You First Annual Sky- Annual Dinner Local 3, was
the
: attend
Congratulations to Ruth North Polite who has been selectedto and Award Nighton celebrated at the lovely homeof
lake Banquet
J appear in the 1969 edition of Personalities of the South. West Little River Mr and Mrs. Leroy Ben-
22 at
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Jan. ,
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Withers Davidson,North Carolina, Elementary School on the cor- nett, the ladies who ware responsible -
their daughter, Mrs. Harold McLean(Lucy) and son Scotty of for this tasty food,
Here from Meridan, Conn to spend the holidays with his ner of 84th St. and 24th Ave. Mrs. Rachel
Long
to spend
Raleigh, and son John of Greensboro flew down Mrs. Virginia
family was Lonnie Wimberly. Enjoying his visit were his aunt, (Christmas with their son and daughter-in-law Isaac and Constance at 7:30 p.m. We are asking a Bennett, Mrs. Lorenza

Mrs. Emily E. Wright, who has been a patient in Jackson M. Withers and daughters Mrs. Evalia WithersRobinsonand donation of $1.00 per personor Mungin, Mrs.Hattie Williams
,
Hospital for eight weeks his sister Helen and couple.The guest
Mrs. Walker Mrs. Celeste Withers-Sharpe. Their four Florida grand- $1.75 per Mrs. Mattie Hall, and others
his brother Herbert will be Jimmy Warrenof
Wimberly.
speaker
j children were delighted over the visit. Son Ike is now Deputy Among the guest were Mrs!
In Miami to spend a sunny and joyous Christmas with rela- the Miami Dolphins, at this
that
Taylor Mr. and
Director of the Community Relations Board after a career Mrs. Edle
tives and friends were Rosemary Braynon Donaldson of Day- time he will crown Miss Sky-
of the Delevoe
Included Juvenile Probation Officer and Superintendent Mrs. Newbold, Mr.
ton, Ohio; LaVerne Gordon Clark with sons,Washington,D.C.; j Kendell Children's Home. lake Panther and MissSkylake. and Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Josephine
also from DeCee were Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Heastie and daugh- -
of A&T College Greens- : Champion, Mr.and
,
and Charles Mrs.
Dr. Mrs. DeBerry
ter the Dr. J. K. Johnsons Jr (Rosalind and and will toward
; ) daughter All proceeds go
;
holi- Woodards
to spendthe Mr. and
}boro, N. C.motored down to Ft. Lauderdale Mrs. Min-
the Frank Reeves' Sonora uniform.for next
( ). purchasing
days at King's Crown Inn. The y came over to say 'hello' to cie. The Railway families are
Mrs. Nancy Pate is down from Detroit and has opened her year. Thank you for your help.
their long-time friend, Dorothy Sanford Love. wishing you a prosperous New
Miami home. Willis Ji'es' Skylake Panther -
Marvin and Cynthia Murray and their two small daughters Year.
It was a full house at the Harold Frasers during the holi week with his .
flew down from New York Friday to spend a
days. Guests were a sister,Ruby Simons of New York City andfriends
uncle Willis Murray and his wife Gloria, and their daughter,
Anuska De Nembhard and 1y
Milwaukee; Aggie Price
Ada Burrows of Southhampton, Bermuda. Aggie and Ada took Carla I
r
in Freeport and Nassau before returning to their homes. Baby

Jimmie Fraser was celebrating his first Christmas.

The Henry Wood Family held its Eleventh Annual Family Richmond Heights Homes

Reunion on Sunday, December 29, at the home of Mrs. Rollins

and Mrs. Allen. A number of special guests shared in the F
afternoon's festivities. Among those present were Rev. and Win Christmas Decoration

Mrs. George Champion, Rev. Father and Mrs.Lambert Sands

and tivities.Father O'Connell. Approximately 110 shared in the ac- AwardsThe


It was a most unique and exciting Yuletide for first time Richmond Heights Wo- cellent scenery are given to

visitors to Florida- Hazel Butler, Laura Bundy and Lucille i men's Club gave recognitionto Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacobs,

Ware of Philadelphia and Washington, D. C. They were the I horn owners in Richmond Mr. and Mrs.James Marshall, .
houseguests of the J. A. Johnsons of Tampa. The trio motored ]Heights who according to the Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Wash- ....

; to Miami then madea brief visit to Nassau, all in one week. judges, best depicted the ington, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve- 1-' ,
Hazel, Laura and Lucille were thrilled with Florida and Nas-
sau.Having creative, beautiful and organized Charles Whipple. BROWNSVILLEDRUG
Betty Jean Dixson, sister and daughter home for the decorations. The entire comnunity of

holidays made the Claire and Sweeting families very happy. Plaques were given to Dr. Richmond Heights received STORE

Betty arrived in Miami after having traveled with hubby, Sgt. :and Mrs.LinkstonCryer, win- many compliments from

Sid Dixson for eight years. Sid is a career Air Force Man. i ner of first place, Mr.and members of other communities SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE

A warm welcome awaited Mrs. Daniel (Lenora) Johnson Mrs. James Parrish, second for its array of beautiful COMMUNITY FOR IB YEARS

from children, grandchildren and great grandchildren when ]place, and Mr. and Mrs. Law- patterns of lights coupled with

she returned home after two months vacation in Chicago and i rence Sweeting, third place meaningful scenes illustrating 4634 NW 27 Ave.

Hartford. Jetting in to spend the holidays with her mother and winner. various facets of the joyous

family were Edna Williams and daughter.They longed for Mi- Honorable mentions for ex- season. 634-7233

ami's bright sunshine after experiencing Connecticut's winter.

Kathlean Hepburn of East Michigan spent the holidays with Mrs. Ann M Coleman/ Guest WATCHES RADIOS
her family before jetting to Nassau for a week's vacation.
Jean Albury, a teacher in Gary's Public School System spent SUN GLASSES CLOCKS
For OES Musical
the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Albury. Speaker

Ella Thompson became Mrs. Sylvester Cook during her 9- Prescriptions Our Specialty'DRUGS
month stay in Hollis, L.I. Ella and Hubby are down for the Worthy Matron; Sis. Lulla
racing season. Thompson, Associate Matron;

In Miami on vacation and to take in the Bowl Games are Mr. Sis. Mary Arline, State Grand 'COSMETICS SUNDRIES

and Mrs. Clarence Hodges,Washington,D.C.; Richard Valdez, Matron.Don't miss this musicaleand ,GREETING CARDS NOTARY '.GIFTSI
New York City and Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Tynes, Key West.
intellectual
Mr. and Mrs. Willard (Vicki Webb) of Chicago and Miami extravaganzaon I

were guests of honor at a dinner party hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Sunday along with Mrs.Al- Warren Welters Reg. Pharmacist
Wilbur Pigford. bertha Butler, several (T.F.)

Katie Weston jetted to Miami to be at the bedside of her Eastern Chapters, the Wil-

husband, Willie (Son) Weston who is a patient in Jackson Me- 1 liams Sisters and other sing-

morial Hospital.Mr. .q1@ I ers.

and Mrs. Hilvin (Lucia) Harris entertained for their THANK YOUI

houseguest, Anise Brown of Cuthbert, Ga. wish to thank my friendsfor (1 Call

Terrence Maxwell, North Miami high student, has been the Christmas cards they

awarded two scholarships (West Point and Cornell Uni- sent me. May God bless you. rii: CHARLESROGERS
versity). Terrence honors were earned on the basis of his T. Bonivy

performance on the college entrance examination. "'fI.l lllliiOll-
James Simmons had to make that sad journey to New York
Mrs. Ann M.Coleman whose NORTHWESTERN CLASS OF
during the holidays to bury his brother.Sodid Bill Bullard who in
renowned accomplishments
just moved here with wife Baby. 59'All
AT PL 1-7502
civic, community and educa- class m e mbersofNorthwestern1959
r Mrs. Cherry Mills Boyer jetted Atlanta to attend the funeral -
tions fields ( there are three are
of her sister, Laura Robertson. Now that she Is at home urgedto FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
public dwellings named in her meet Saturday January 11th
Mrs. is nursing a bout of
Boyer Hong Kong flu.
honor) will be guest speaker 8:30 p.m. at the Natural Look PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
Euphemia Brown of Kingston and Battle of
Josephine
Selby
Sunday, Jan. 12, at 3 p.m. at Barber Shop. please bring STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
N. C. were the holiday guests of the Lonnie Pittnuns.
New Jerusalem Church, 1709 candy report with
your
you. INSTRUMENTS.
Get well wishes to Louise Capers at Hialeah Hospital; Ada
NW 52nd St. "Progressive This tin
m e e gis most im-
Rolle at home; Estelle Cunningham and Albert Deanat Chris-
Links International OES portant. There is much work
tian; Lee Black at Cedars; Willie (Son) Weston at Jackson;
No. 142. Sis. Juanita Johnson, to be done before June 1969.
Cherry Mills Boyer at home and to all my friends who are

suffering with influenza. - - - - - -
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In Miami for the funeral of Mrs. Reese were Rev. and Mrs. <(

S. Brown, West palm Beach; Mr.and Mrs.Clarence Alee, Mr. Needles & Accessories

and Mrs. Emerson Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman, Stereo Tapes & Players

Mrs. Adelle Carey and Charles Dean, Key West; Ora Reese 4

Williams, Jamaica, L. L;Nora Monsanto,Bronx; Rose Hagood, Johnson's T.V.
Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Henry,SpringfieldGardens and ( Buy 10 Get 2

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gantt, Daytona Beach.
Records Free
Mr, and Mrs. Carl(Mary) Prince had for their houseguests & Records

during the holidays her brother, Leonard Bridges and JohnnyB.

Walker of Highland park, New Jersey. 6964 NW 15th AVENUE 696-0342

Others who sought a holiday with a foreign flavor (Nassau) Color T.V. & Stereo Service

were Zelda Sands Cooper, N.Y.C. Marcia (Toostie) Hanna, (

o Lee Hamilton, Florie Wilson, Beverly Gabriel, Edna Culmer, - -
and Sylvia Bethel.Mr. A

and Mrs. William Newman(Janet)have returned to New COVER'S PARIS IN M,

k York after twoweeks here and in Nassau visiting relatives and FLORIDA SALON

friends. 3177 NW 54th Street DWE

!, Mrs. Edward (Marjorie) Wake spent the holidays in Cocoa Sho or

with her daughter, Athea' and her family, Dr. R. B. Hayling p635.9781
'> and youngsters.. I'

v After an extended vacation in Miami Alsaida Henderson and Specialists in: SELL HAPPINESS

_. Dorothy Coleman returned to their home in Philadelphia. Wig and hair styling, coloring -
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"Kappa Note"

U dQJrN D By FRANK JONES

Brothers Herbert Ammonsand
Frank(Flaps)Jones rep-
N
resented the local chapter of
Kappas at their national con-
clave, held in Baltimore, De- f
cember 2628. Brother Ken
nedy Mumford was also In at-

OPPORTUNITY tendance. BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING
Before leaving for the con-
clave brothers Ammons and LINE-O-TYPE \
Jones were charged by the
Southern Province and the Lo- THE LITTLE RED BOOK: At the close of the Christmas and
cal Chapter with the responsibility New Year's holidays. It is customary that this column recog-
and the task of biding nize the talented efforts of our Opa-locka residents,which are I
for the conclave and bringing emphasized in the beautiful andartisticdisplay .;\
it here in August of 1973 The of colorful lighting designs adorning '."
invitation was made and with their homes and court yards. 'The holiday I
the help of the brothers from season is fading out of existence, many '
I the Southern Province and homes continue to glow from the brillance 'a"
other brothers from throughout of these many and varied formations of in-
the country Miami was selected candescants. The Bunche Park sector ofOpalocka .e
as the 1973 conclavecity. surpassed all other areas of this
expanding community. Beautifully mascared -
At the with its colored tulip-shapedblis- /
conclave the bro- many '!.a I
'< thers ran into old classmatesof ters, its best holiday finery was arrayedfor
theirs and classmates of passersby to feast their orbs upon.While other area homes
other brothers of the local competed now here, now there, brilliance,Bunche Park excelled -
\ chapter. We talked with Bro- in Its creativeness
4now ther Bozie(Georgia Boy)Phil-
lips former FA MU student now IN FACT, BUNCHE PARK outdid itself over the past three
of Washington, D, C. who ask- years, and more homes were in competition than ever before.It .
A ed about both of his brothersand was a tough assignment trying to choose three winners. So,
any one he could think of the best we could come up with, impartially, were ties in all
',' 'j who attended Florida A&M three winning slots Our 1st Prize Winner for 1968: ((3wayTie
University from 193642. We ) Casey and Katie Bigelow(1841 NW 166th St), The Rolfes
{ In .. talked with Bro.Gibbs who ini- ((16201 NW 17' P1)), The Moores (16520 NW 17th P.O), . 2nd
tiated Brother Lewis Blake at Prize Winner: (3-way Tie) The E, E, Hammocks ((1801 NW
West Virginia State College. 166 St) Theodore and Ruth Cooper(16140 NW 18 Ct) Joel and
There was Bro. Lenard Johnson Vivian Nesbitt (16521 NW 18 Ct) . 3rd Prize Winner: (3-
:" "i. formerly of FA MU and now way Tie) The Willie J, McCoys (15940 NW 18 Ct) The Bennie
a physician Philadelphia Lee Bentleys ((15771 NW 17 Ct) The A. Williams' ((16240 NW
who asked about Strapp, Kelly 18 Ave) Honorable Mention Winners:The Robinsons (1870
progressat C. Wilson, Traz and others NW 163 St) Frith and Dorothy Watkins ((15921 NW 18 Ct) The
.. :' Vickers (16530 NW 18 Ct) The Cannons (16320 NW 18 Ct),
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,,I'"'.. :'1>\1 IN THE SMITH CONSTRUCTION area of Opa-locka, the
1i Tommy Davis' creation at 1840 RutlandStwas forerunner with
i its story-telling musical display The beauty of this outlay,
however, was brutally marred by the obstruction of vehicular
trucks and cars parked in front of the Davis' plaza. 'Tho we
.
I do not cover all of Greater Miami, our attention was drawnto
1' 1 the cascading beauty of the N. Nittis home (a white family)
i at 2200 NW 97 St .. an eye-arresting delight u where thou-
sands of motorists paused in nightly incessant streams,to gape, 4

,f.. :. :..: gaze and gobble-up a picturesque creation.The scenery was a I
lll. all 7burdine's breathless piece of artistry.; We might mention here that we .
never make Interviews for our selections. They were picked I
E solely from observation. There were some who Justly deserved '
a mention but either noaddress was in evidence or no name
was listed for consideration

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: PHILLIP WRIGHT PHONIES AND BALONEY: Former Miami Giants star fast-
stores Phillip Leno Wright the son ball hurler Amos (Big Wheel) Woods (blind for several years)
of Mr. and,Mrs.Milton WrightSr. died Dec. 29. ..AUreda Barry has her first. It's a girl Joyce
., has been traveling with Michelle born Dee 18 in Jackson Memorial weighing 4 Ibs.
one ,of the worlds top saxa- Wearing smiles as wide as the Mississippi are grandmotherJoyce
phonist, "King Curtis" out of Roach-Barry and great-grandma Violet Griffith . .
NYC where he'sbeen, living Betty Barrett now has No. 6. It's another girl born Dee 31 In
for the past ten months.He Jackson Memorial weighing a pre-mature4-Ibs... The Law-
Bargain opportunities are knocking is a 1963 graduate of rence (Laura) Bethels have their 4th It's a boy born Dec. 30
Miami Northwestern Sr. High in Cedars of Lebanon.

School, where he participatedin

at Burdine'slBring the Miami Herald Silver THE WEEK'S WASH: Lee James Thompson bedded in Vet-
Knight Awards ceremonies for erans hosp since Dec 2 Radio and TV's Joe Pyne, Actor
Languages.He Robert Taylor and Entertainer Sammy Davis Jr fighting can-
has travelled as one of cer . Houseguesting with the Moon(Carrie) Vickers are
yourself' your husband your neighborsto King Curtis's "King Pins" to, motherinlaw Mrs Lucille NelsonBamberg( ,SC)and the Mickey
Germany, Portugal, Miland, (Gloria) Garvins (NYC) .. the latter buying a wigwam here
Rome, Italy; Switzerland, . The Jerry(Pa Joe) Parks' (she's Zesta) help a birthday
this big value-packed' jamboree of savings Austria and other cities in party blast Dec. 31 in their Carol City home for the former '.
Europe. Miami patrolman who birthdayed New Year's Day (Jan 1) . :!
They entertained one of the St Agnes' Daughters of the King annual bash at the home of the I
worlds largest parties of the Edward (Betty) Blues last Monday.
Find values' in apparel', home furnishings year in Lisbon, Portugal and .j
were named the"Patino BaUu

with such guests as Henry CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Birthdays In December: Shib ,
appliancesaccessories..' Ford H,Gina Lolabridgida Brown, Jerome Banks, Sandra Ray 1st. . Roderich Moss, !i i
many other great television 2nd . Willa Bagley, Harry McCartney, 3 rd. . Charles i
stars. Scott, Rose Bradshaw, Willie Williams,4th... Lynette Grant, .
Phillip plans to attend the Octeon Tellis 5th...Rosa Ware Janie Kearse 6th \'
fashion . Kraig
'lots of
Find surprises
New York School of Music in Lynch 7th
May Braynon, .Ralph Mizell, Peggy Thompson,
January, while with the KingPins 8th .Henry Daniels,Jennifer Richardson,9th . Catherine :
He plays guitar, sings Taylor, T. S. Greer, 10th . Keven Sims, Orie Clark, 11th r'
to wear now and 'later and M. C, the show. . .Horace McMillan,Lucille Casamayor,Sylvia Riggins, 12th ':
They opened for the second . Colleen McKinney, Carmetta Brown, 13th. !
time January 3, at the Apolo i
Theatre.
:\ ':'" And remember ,' MORE DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS: Merita Black, Denver
"Any war. In the world I Coachman, Theodora Brown, Barbara Brooks, 14th . ;
1. you want to go" Catherine Wells, Ruby King, Melanie Bradshaw,Edythe Wars, I
with Burdine's convenient credit nCKFT.1afT Edith Wallace, 15th ...Todd Wilhite,Pauline Sutton, Emerald :
Gardner, Eliane Adderley, 16th. .MarianAllen, Sam Barkli li+
NO MOKE ATT&4KL8UMM ley, Willie Hue Jamison, Ronald Baskin, Sherry Jackson, ..
Yvonne Turner, 17th... Margaret Bennett,Llnnie Carey, 18th ;.
and 'later ""'"""
you can buy now, pay . .Elry Sands,H.DeAlvaDaniels,19th . Anna Souter, 20th
.. ..,. : . Bennie Thomas,Clara Knight,Catherine Mapp, Olivette I
"" I', tall "Your Neighborhood TrovolAgnt Ross, 24th ..Ila Jordan,Delor Collier, Mildred Shaw, 25th i
O < '.. ." . .Grace McCraney,Leona Cooper,26th. . Fredne Speights I
....,',j Willie McIntosh, 28th ...Wi11iamSutton,29th . Mary King, II
"""l. :" '. ,<" .' . A. nor to you as your 30th . Anna Grace Sweeting, 31st. . That's it brother, l
,.t.,... ,Ciyo u* a call. from your one-man-newspaper, who knows everybody and !I ieverybody's
*" late friday night Wo fellvor. 1104 NW 3rdA
7 stores
open ,
racket but who is sucker
'. PR 9-8451. Ch... C. allways giving some poor
North Mnnogor. a break! 4r l


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MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 10, 1969

National Guard Is Haven For White

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of black veterans to replacethe even though it knew it would
Guard
In
DETRIOT-The National nif leant changes
not be praised
current system.
Guard has outlived its useful- policies and leadership Col. Warren wells of the "I hate to see us become the
x wr ness and should be abolished, The report calls for an organized "
said I
Guard whipping
of Michigan National boy again, he said.
of veterans
a State
Wayne University study corps
that would the organization cooperatedfully "Everybody seems to like to
has concluded.The the armed forces
withLo winger'sstudy make us look like mad dogs"
number
include significant
researchers charged in a
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white draft dodgers and is a "< # f W WI
c onservat lye if not Mr. Harvey : :,

retrogressive force in the t I
( I struggle of blacks for participation PROUDLY ANNOUNCES

BLACK AFRICAN TO STAR The study and, directed equality."by Dr. :I THE GRAND OPENING OF

Paul Lowinger, a psychiatry HIS ALL NEW
professor, was sanctioned by ,
WITH MARLON BRANDO the governor's office and
focused on a unit of the Mici- I Dry Cleaners I
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gan National Guard that served 1 1I
the Detriot riot in 1967.
during
IN "QUENADA"In
The report contended that I & Launderette I II
Guard members, coming from
most instances, the seeking to overthrow the lower or middle economic I 4416 N. W. 17 Ave I II
choosing of a performer for a Spanish authorities. Evaristo classes, exemplify "the seg- t I II
motion picture depends on the Is not a professional actor,he regated and racist aspects of Across the street from his world
character of the script and the had never even seen a still the local society." I famous wig shop I
character of the characters camera. MR. HARVEY, Owner
Involved. In the past few His native Palenque was "white It said tradition"the Guard with "ele-has a S'".............................................................................,

months, director Gillo ponte- built by a group of runaway ments of a social club" and I i : I II
corvo had been searching fora African slaves late in the 18th asserts that while training In Dry Cleaning '
black African to play oppo- century. Their decendants urban racial problems is I 1 II
site Marion Brando in the stayed there, completely isolated desirable, it won't bring
forthcoming United Artist re- in the Jungle, until about meaningful changes In the Men PRo PANTS $.99 Boys 2 PR. PANTS .95 :
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lease "Quemada. twenty years ago. Some Spanish Guard unless there are "sigNUKAIR-

the Quemada many revolutions deals with which one of, gua,"is an spoken ancient there African but "len-dialect I ; ladi eSDRE 2 $ 2 .05 Girls 2 DRESSES $1.99 : II t

during century the,first shook half the of Spanish the last is six-foot the main tall language.The Evaristo. .....................SES........................................................" '0: I

domination of the Caribbean lives in Palenque with his father -
Islands. and his two wives and ten I Laundry I
Evaristo Marques,thirty children. He is presently be-
year old native of palenque, a ing taught to read and write I Shirts 5FORS1.10 Pants 2 FOR .85 i:
village a few miles from Car Spanish.
I II Ir.
tagena which Is on the cost of Produced by Alberto Gri-
Columbia, was the choice of maldi for PEA Productions, I Dresses 2 for 1.65 il I II

director Pontecorvo. Marques "Quemada" is to be released :.................. ...rr.r......................................................II
plays Jose Dolores, a slave by United Artists,an entertainment ,
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Loan Association's Community Mrs. Brown is a linguist, : ; ,. ..J
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Room season of programs lecturer, world traveler and i>"i. ,I 'mir g/ojtf'tli' iltvdi (j i yc vu-.l I Let us do your washing for you. Save time I II
gets underway January 28th, highly successful foreign ? t i "l.of ol ;,0and'ru\f.*, i ti> and trouble going out washing. We wash, dry,
with the first travel director who Is also ,, I I II
program ; i'' | imd ;'!(*)fin9 hou. ft.-l< n and fold clothes. i Grand
scheduled at Dade Federal's head of the Foreign Language 1 i' > our ii(' Edison Center branch, 5800 Department of Miami Beach ; ( .j.j sliflWTI ,.,''. ; Opening only 7, per Ib. Blankets!: and rugs I
NW 7th Avenue. The program High School She holds a mas- '* ,..,. 'j pnjvi s ,- c i v Oni/ I extra charge. I IK
will start promptly at 10:30 ters degree and has attended
a.m. In the community room. universities in Europe and Temple Add | II Miss Betty Hurst will see that you get the I
The featured will be South America.
speaker I '
best I
,1 service. So have clothes cleaned
i your
and Dade Federal's ,
Mrs. Grace duPre Brown Community ..
her program will be a travelogue Room series of events are I = by Harvey. A name you can trust. I

on, "Pacific Promenade" held, without charge,as a pub- t_ ;MISS HURST _ _ _ _ __ _____ .4lIIwiw
the lure.of the South Seas, lic service and will continue

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 10. 1969 9

I 7tqUi4 .lu.t Buonced 'Bwle ol.. Geow W !U, 91t. :

Phyllis Ann Lane becamethe was ring bearer.
bride of George Willis,Jr. Julius Mack Willis, brotherof
at six o'clock on lastSaturday the groom, was best man.
In St. Mary's Baptist Church, Ushers included Percival
Coral Gables. The Rev. Mr. Brown, Robert Dillard, F f
Temperance Wright of St.PaulA Samuel Hart, Kenneth Jack f '
ME officiated. The pulpit son, and James Lester. All
area was banked with green- wore formal attire of tails and
ery. Standards of mixed white white ties. DAVE
ry !
flowers and white candelabrea The reception which fol- -
marked the space used for the lowed Immediately after the
ceremony. The couple knelt on service was held at the bride's AN OPEN LETTER TO CITY MANAGER, MR. M. L. REESE:
lace-trimmed white satin Florida Avenue residence.The .
cushions for the blessing.Lin- receiving line was arranged Known how community relations conscious you are and how
ton Berrien was organist.The in the spacious living concerned you are for good relations among all of the people ,
attractive, slender room. The Bride's table in the of Miami, I would like to apprise you of a situation that is caus-
bride was given in marriageby dining room was covered witha ing much concern in the black community.The parking meters
her uncle, Thomas Andel fitted white organdy cloth and lack of a cross-walk in front of National Industrial Bank,
Johnson. She wore anAshaped with a double tiered skirt of (formerly Lincoln National) on 7th Avenue between 60th and
floor-length wedding gownof white embroided organdy. A 61st Streets, are causing this situation. There is definitely a
white satin and Alecon lace pair of three-branched silver need for these meters to be removed and a time limit sign
reembroidered with crystal candelabrae placed at either (say of 15 minutes) place on persons who park there; This is
beads. Swirls of lace coveredthe side of the four-tiered wedding the only bank that I could find in our city that has meters in
high-necked Empire cake. Hors d'oeuvres and I front of it, and it is convenient for customers who are stoppingfor
bodice. Bands of lace were on champagne punch dispensedfrom Li i J1ther only a few minutes for depositor withdrawal to park there
the skirt and the long tapered a fountain were in the f rather than in the usually crowded parking lot at the back of
sleeves. Lavish lace appliques Florida room.Hostesses were the bank.
enriched the edges of the ca- Mesdames Roosevelt Cratit To add to this situation, the mounted policeman hasharrassed -
thedral-length net mantilla and Earl Daniels gifts; and many customers (black and white) with tickets when they
which formed the bridal veil.A Jacqueline Dorsett .. regis- have been gone from the car only long enough to get change for
cascade of ribbons and flow- tration. the meter. This has also happened to me, and can be verified
ers depended from the heart- The bride is the daughter of by bank officials. I was not in the bank more than two minutes
shaped bridal bouquet of white Mrs. Alexander Lane and the getting change, but was accosted and given a ticket when I returned -
Sweetheart roses and miniture late Mr. Lane. She was grad- to put money in the meter. I feel that if a person has
carnations. uated from Carver High School overparlced, or has Just ignored the meter,he should definitely
Betty Jo Mitchell, maid of and Morris Brown College. receive a ticket. He deserves one. Those persons who park
honor, wore afloorlengthgown She was a Delta Debutante and across the street on the parking meters should have a cross-
of hot-pink silk tweed Kappa Sweetheart.She resigned wore a pink, princess Georgia- Capt. and Mrs. walk to the bank entrance. There is a walk to either cornerto
Empire styled with deep V last month as Stewardess styled dress with 3/4 sleeves George Willis, Sr., Julius and from the bank, otherwise. These are considerationsthat
neckline front and back outlined from Eastern Airlines. The and a pointed turn over collar Mack Willis, James Lester, have been made at banks In other communities, and we
with self-materialruffies groom is the elder son of Cpt. emboridered with crystal Robert Dillard, Robert would like them for this community too.
as were the edges of the 3/4 George Willis, Sr. (Ret) and beads. Her accesories were Thomas and Mrs. John Secondly, may we suggest that the meters 'in front of the
length sleeves. The high Mrs. Willis of Forsyth,Geor- pink. Stiffened pink netheldbypink Barnes, ForsythMr.andMrs. old JeffersonStore on 7th Avenue between 64th and 65th Streets
waistline was marked at the gia. He was graduated from pearl-stamened flowers Kenneth Jackson McRae which is now being used to the Concentrated Employment Pro-
back by a bow of self ma terial. Hubbard High School and Fort formed her head piece. The Mr. and Mrs. Grady Dunn and gram, be removed. This program, as you know, is designedto
Triple net studded with pearl Valley State College. He Is a groom's mother was charm- Mrs. Ella Davis, Atlanta; Julius help 1200 citizens of the Model Cities area in getting jobs
beads formed the headpiece. member of Kappa Alpha Psi Ing in a pale blue,A-line dressof Hart, Macon; Dorothy . learning new trades. . and upgrading their living con-
Matching color pumps, button fraternity. Mr. Willis is a silver tissue with silk quilted Allen, Thomaston; Bobbie ditions in general. They will be interviewed, and could be de-
pearl earrings and long white Consultant with MetropolitanLife blue fl 0 w e r s. Features Watson, Americus; Mr. and tained. These are poor people who will not be able to afford to
gloves completed her attire. Ins u ranee Company in were flared 3/4 sleeves and a Mrs. T. A.Johnson and daughter pay a parking ticket,even if it Is only $1.00. The parking spaceis
Her cascade bouquet was of Macon, Georgia where the split round neckline outlined Deborah, Brunswick. very limited In this area, also.
pink and burgundy carnationsand couple will make their home with blue and crystal bead. From New York CityMrs.. In this case, the parking limit could be one hour, and the
pompoms. Bridesmaidswere after a honeymoon inJamaica.The Silver flowers held the silver .Noel Cap eland daughter, mounted policeman could check the parking times as they do at
Mrs. Grady Dunnsister rehearsal dinner was net which formed her head- Linda and Jacqueline Dorsett. other timed parking spaces. Mr.Reese,Ihope that these situ-
of the groom) and Dorothy given by the Percy Browns' piece. Her accessories were From Washington, D. C.-Mr. ations can be relieved and that this mounted policeman be
Allen, Linda Capel, Saundra their NW 87th St. home. Mrs. silver. Both mothers wore and, Mrs. P. Stubblefield. recommended to the human relations school that is being con-
Gaines and Bobbie, Watson. Brown is a cousin of the bride. white purple-throated; ,;,FromWilmington: N. C. ducted in our town. He needs it. '
Their gowns and accessorieswere Gift to the maid of honor was orchids. Mrs Ella Davic, Ft'e\t y, Jo Mitchell."\t o m Sincerely, ,
Identical to that of the an Initialled pin and earringset. grandmother of the groom was Florida George Cash-Jack Dave BonduA
Maid of Honor.Their bouquets Other attendants received regal in beige lace with gold sonville and Saundra Gaines, committee of one(1)for the people of the black communityof
were of pink carnations with identification necklaces. The accessories. Mrs. John Melbourne. From Newport Miami.
burgundy ribbons. Deanna Be-,. Benjamin Guilfords' enter- Barnes, groom's cousin was News, Virginia Mr. and Mrs.
thel and Rhonda Walker in tained the groom and ushers delightful in Marine blue with Robert Britt. PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Eugene Williams
green silk tweed served as with a batchelor party. light blue accessories. Mrs. Aaron Bethel directedthe PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Angie Carter
flower girls; Darryl Stephs The bride's attractive mo- Out-of-town guests: from wedding. VIP OF THE WEEK: Sgt. Leroy Smith
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mildred Hills

In 11' I1 I aet
> ." QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: J. D. Mack, former Vice
.' President at Lincoln National Bank (I guess r 11 always call it
:: E 'F t that), is now an entrepreneur. He has bought the Burger Fair
'
,::! DOUBLE ACTION on NW 27th Avenue at 54th Street, and re-named it "Mack's
rtig tVerroUgh taste? sa /COLORS GRAY IWRUX Burger-Loo." We wish him much success. .. "Bullitt" with
Up
: Q DRESSES MR:IN IIACE Steve McQueen was one of the most exciting pictures I have

... .... . ,. .. .. : '.'; ., ', . .'.: ever seen. I am a movie fanatic, and I see them all, believeme
: :':"'::':';:' '::":' .i:: ;;: :; : : :
!!; ::::
,; :; .. this is one you should not miss. is playing at the Florida
.' State Theaters. . Par and Birdie Club making plans for its
I >:: .:: '. annual trek to For St.Lucie April. The members and their
"ROOFS"" wives spend a lovely week-end doing what comes naturally .
Phyllis Branch back in town for the season. . The Blue Notes
"
; CLEANED 518 o COATED s59 are leaving Sunday from the Newport on Miami Beach for a
TILE, GRAVEL. BONDED six-week engagement at one of San Juan's biggest hotels. See
LICENSED ALL SNOWBRITlft. INSURED them before they go, if you haven't been over. They are great
; GUARANTEED BV
ft. ",- ,17J.II2I I4I-M3T . Arthur Prysock's last couple of days, too at.the Cabaret
., .. Scoey Mitchell Is at the Diplomat this week. He is a real
funny man . Dorothy Donnegan, the great pianist at the Cabaret -
. .Bob Richmond,City of Miami Personnel Departmentat
Dinner Key, has almost 300 Jobs open. . Pride must playa
flOIrftI77MYEL big part in the Muslim religion, because have you noticed
BUQMY/ that the young men who sell their papers are always dressedin
a shirt and tie and look very neat?? We have to give credit
As near to you as call.your where it is due. They always look nice . The loss of Wil-
Give UI a
10 CIASi ACiGAAtfif = telephone.
= {! Wo' d.llv.r. 1104 NW 3rd liam "Bill" Baggs, Editor of The Miami News,is a great blowto
Av.. FR 9-8451. Chat. C. our community. He was a fine man, and fair man, a good
I North, Monagor. newspaper man who wrote it like it was,and a man who work
1 ed very hard for community relations.Our sincere condolencesto
his family, and we shall miss his writings.,This is it for
Imc)11! this week. Till the next one. LIVE LIFE. EVERY GOLDEN
DIVERSIFIED MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI!

PUBLIC SERVICE


( ANDNOTARY PUBLIC COUNTS HAVE FAMILY REUNION .


.. c7CI The holidays were lideed: round out the family festivi
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STANLEY SWEETING merry at the home of the Rev. ties.
/ 1. Public Relations F. E. Sneeds (Lucille), 1020 The late Arnett "Pop"
Consultant NW 45th Street. For the happy Counts Sr. is remembered as
Theatrical Editor brood of Mr. and Mrs. Arnett the coach ofBTW football team
1 Counts for several undefeated sea-
The Miami Times n motored in from Cal-
ifornia to celebrate along with sons. Arnett II, ,a Fiskite,
NA 1-7203 brother Paul M. Counts from taught in Miami briefly before

16351 NW 18th Place White Plains, N. Y.-Grandmother moving to California before
Bunche Park Mrs. Minnie B. becoming Professor of Chemistry -
Opa-loclca Florida (Blacknell) Davis of Jackson. 'at East Los AngelesCollege. -
,
ville also joined the group to .
OnOft BROWN *WIIXIAMHON TOBAC O CORPORATION &$?* .die dam*
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t F YL The United States Army Continental Band presented a Musical -

L < Concert to the faculties and student body of Northwestern,

Jan. 2. CWO Dale F. Johannsen, c mmanding- conducted.

Certain schools are required to play their basketball gamesin The Con c e r t Chorus is practicing for their operetta,

the afternoon even though their gyms are not being used The Mikado, and are working steadily toward their Spring

later on that evening. lam interested to know how you students Festival.The .
the North Miami Holiday
feel about these daytime games. Write me and let me know. undefeated "Bulls" captured -
From llth rank earlier this sea-
* *.* * * * * * Invitational Tournament.
dribbled their upto 1st rank with high
-b f> son, the Bulls have way .

The Rhoers Club sponsored by the Sigma Gamma Rho So- skillful shots and expert coaching.

rority,gave a party dance last Friday night tat the Brownsville Northwestern's Johnny Haslem, Eddie Brown, and Edward

Community Center on 49th St.and 27th Avenue. The event was Nelson were annng players in the Holiday Tournamentto re-

semi-formal. Elected by the pretty Rhoer members were ceive trophies, for the most outstanding players.

Darrell Walton and Jefferson Reaves, club Sugars, and Clif- Unbeaten Northwestern faces a pair of stiff test this weekin

ford Rolle was unanimously chosen as the Sweetheart. defense of its new Number One State ranking. They faced

Some of the kids on the scene were Donald and David James, a Miami Carol City on Tuesday, too late for the results to be

Linda Royal, Patricia Hampton, Cassandra Calloway, George given in this column, and on Friday they will play Jackson In

Busby, Dana Moss, Gail Watson and Rhoer president Leola the latter's gym. They close out the week at home on Satur-

Alford. day playing Mays.
* * * * * * * The Northwesterners, 1968 yearbook,has won an"A" rating

from the National Scholastic Yearbook Association,and a First

Elmore Philpot, salesman at Miami Beach's 'Great Train Place from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.Joyce

Robbery," celebrated his twenty-first birthday on last Fri- Sapp was Editor-in-Chief of the 1968 yearbook.Six .

day, the third of January. faculty members participating in Exchange program
* * * * * * * Sod SUtw t ol de Wed with North Miami are: Mrs. Evelyn Bethel Mr.Albert Collier,

Mrs. Ellen Heidt, Miss Verna Lewis, Mr. Fernley Murray and

Get well wishes to Ricky Mackey, sophmore at Mississippi Mrs. Roberta Papine.
Valley, who underwent surgery (Thursday) at Jackson Me- Lovely Portia Jenkins, a junior at Miami Central Thirteen Northwesterners are participating in an exchange
morial Hospital. Senior High school, is the daughter of Mrs. Marion program with North Miami Senior High this week. Thirteen of

* * * * * * * Jenkins of 14345 NW 21st court. Portia is a junior their students are attending classes at Northwestern. North-

varsity cheerleader and plans to attend Miami Dade westerners at North Miami are: Nita Andrews,Angela culmer,
Junior College after graduation. Her hobbies are Dublin Herdisene Griffin, Brenda Jack
Lona Culmer Leroy ,
,
The week has rolled around for the public schools' annual
dancing and
sewing chorus. House of Photography Jackson Gilda Knowles Johnny Nixson, Jerwor-
Donald ,
semester examination. It isn't necessary to mention the Im- son, ,
... Ins Esral Wallace Deborah Witt, and Charlyce
portance of these grades, especially to the members of senior ski Rob on, ,
..
"
c la sse s. Let's ease the weekend and buckle down to some Woods.
strong studying. .........................." Saturday was more than just another day for some of North-
Youth Fair In Channel D's Saturday Hopon
* * * * * * * western students. They appeared on
January 4th. The Hop wasn't extended to its usual scheduled

The Miami Jackson Generals clash with the Bulls of North- : Raider South DadeThe time thus permitting the students only limited amount of time

western Friday night In Jackson's gym An overflow crowd Is for dancing. There wasn't time for a dance contest, but they

expected to turn out to see the rivals meet on the court. Jack- 19th annual Dade County did have time for the selection of the well-dressed gentlemen.

son has lost only one game and Northwestern has had an undefeated Report Youth Fair willbe held atthe Worringtoa Stewart won this honor and was presented with a

season.Congratulations. Fair Grounds, 9475 N. Kendall $25 certificate from Varsity Men's Apparel.

are in order to the two schools who appeared BY CHRIS BATES Dr., five miles west ofS Dixie This week's Focus has been written by Beverly Roker, sub-

on national television as participants in the annual Orange ,.......................... Highway, Jan. 21-26. stituting for Brenda Jackson, who is participating in the exchange -

Bowl Parade. The Miami Edison Thespian Now one of the largest out- program. I

. . . . . . . troop held tryouts Friday,Jan. door attractions in South .
3. The following persons are Florida, attendance is expected I "
Jay Baker, owner of the House of Pnotography and very good new members of this national to be in excess of 170,000

friend of the Miami youth, closed out holidays Friday night Drama organization: James during the six-day event, according I

with a swinger for his many college friends who were on their Bingham, David Watson, to Henry T. Christen, I JacksonJott

way back to school.. George Ingraham, Gail Sr., fair president. I
The kids showed their appreciation by doing exactly what Marcus and Daphine Gtrators. Emphasizing education, I a

Jay wanted, and that was for them to have a good time. Some Some of the alumni present at agriculture, Industry and I ngs ti

there were Gail Willingham, John Capers, Joyce Bass and a the tryouts were Paulette Gab- commerce, this popular fair

host of others. As usual, pretty girls galore. rielle, Carolyn Estes and So- serves as a showcase for local I By ARNETTA WILLIAMS :
* * * * * * * I .t.tj
phronla Darling. Present governmental and state agencies ;
Saturday hop, weekly program presented on channel 10 and members are Derek Davis, Exhibitors will Include I < j

hosted by WQAM disc-jockey Rick Shaw, featured the Miami Lorenso Brice and President 4-H Club members, Future
has been
MAURICE LONG: A 17-year-old senior, Maurice
Northwestern Bulls last Saturday. Barbara Wooden who acted Farmers
as Americaandagri-
at Miami Jackson for three Often goingby the name of
Well groomed Warrington Stewart, a senior on campus,received judges for the students seeking cultural students. Awards for years.
"Reesie" he has positioned defensive end all season for three
best dress honors and was given a $25 gift certificateat membership.The the 1969 show are being increased -
years on our varsity football team. Taking interest In a girl
the Varsity Shop. m u sic a 1 production to nearly $10,000. that is "
"talented and
mainly intelligent
* * * * * * * respectable, ,
"Guys and Dolls" will be presented Continuing along the suc- Reesie abides about kick in the behind is
by oie good thing
;
45 OF THE WEEK "The Worst That Could Happen" by The icessful
: March 13 and 14 at.SOO theme, this fair will at least you know you're out In front."
Brooklyn Bridge p.m. in the scho auditorium. feature a giant midway, a
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: '"Love In" by The Charles Lloyd Casting for leading roles and nightly teen-age "Battle of the Starting the New Year off correctly, our Cross Country
Track Meet
Team participated In the Orange Bowl Invitational
Quartet chorus has been underway for Bands," fashion, horse and
having each member to win awards. Amos Mechanic proudly
two weeks. The results of this dog shows, kids' milking and
accepted a trophy for the Best Performance along with two
Star"
of featuring question;:
"Interview a Young
week fat steer
Next casting will be announced Fri- contests as well asFlorida's
the career of Betty Wright. gold medals: for the open quarter and the sprint medley. Joseph
concerning
and answers day January 10. largest poultry exhibit -
,
Wims received two first place medals for the 880-yard run
Until later do own thing. has .
your A special committee
and the first
mile relay along with Eddie Sutton receiving a
into conference to make Further information be
can
gone place in the 100-yard dash and a first In the mile relay. Donald
plans for a series of programsthat obtained by phoning 635-1743
Kerr also won awards for the mile relay and the spring
will be presented during or by visiting the fair officesat
medley. His awards were both first place victories.
Negro History Week (Feb- 2728 NW Seventh Ave. Mi-
,
1s John Manning attained one first place medal for the mile re-
9-16)). The chairman of ami.
ruary lay and a third in the 880-yard run. Eddie London along with
Is Dianne
this committee Dyes
-- -- Louis Duty brought home two second place awards for high
and Linsey Davis is co-chair entire school along with that
hurdles and broad-jumping. Bringing us to the end of our vic-
1 of his team mates.Alfred Barr
man.The tories was Johnny Wilson who came in first In the sprint med-
Red Raider Track team and P h III p Stuart,bot h out-
ley. Among the eight men on the team, "The Mighty Gem's"received
has beg u n warup-workout standing track team members
thirteen medals. I must commend track Coach Roy
sessions for the on coming have predicted that Edison will
Wilfork and Manager Larry Jackson as well as these young
have the all
track season, Andrew Vic- around state
men for a fine successful
and
performance overwhelming
an
trum, state title holder in high championship title. season.
jumping has the support of the Good Luck!
1 1 Ie Our "Soul Marching 100" stood above all others in the Near

Year's Eve King Orange Parade. Marching to the tune of Mon-

day, Monday, the band displayed its talents by making com-
Do have SORE
RASH
a
you orDISCHARGE?
plete whole turns The
during several Intervals in the music.
/
1 r band
IT COULD BE VD receiving an enormous hand from the viewing stand
I recognizing: them for a fine performance.

For confidential information and Miss Barbara Goleman, English teacher and departmenthead
free at MJ was recently selected as teacher of the year for
treatment the.State of Florida. A deserving educator, Miss Goleman is

Phone: 377.0341 Extension 152 now one of the five finalist in the Nation. A proud teacher, she

graduated fromFlorida State University where she majored in

DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT English. Addressing the student body recently, she stated, "I

1350 NW 14th Street, Miami a c c e pt this award with great humility, for I feel it was not

give to me as an individual,but to our school. We have accom-

plished the merican dream.;'Congratulations Miss Goleman.





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MIAMI TIMES Friday January 10 1969 11
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I: I Police Make Effective Use Of Helicopter i IfIn Equal Employment


.,
1'i1' fighting Crime ij Committee Stops Bias

-
The Dade ., .
County Public ; '' \ ; ;"" >J
Safety Department's Police g",Jt. i' ,"h\lf' .. ;.\f'p:r. 't',:$ 1fnt"-.7t.. .. / At 3 PlantsRacially
,
t .r r. <, : ,,; ; : '
".' Hellcoper has embarked on an ,; {. .,\ .. : 1iIj1it! ......
ambitious program fo reduce ., t./ :r. .:' '?,\;<<,7 1." p.t'! '. segregated facilities the companies maintained racially -
the number of :t ;,,-f; and services have been segregated rest
armed rob ; . rooms,
beries in Dade County. .'!:;t: "! Fik"" '!,j. ,. '..I..,-:,' .... ", TT; '' .,' discontinued at three differ- separate work records and
? FJ: ," .. ., ent southern based manufac- time card racks for white and
Since the first week In November .',>->' 'I1i '. :.- I. i'I'J' t tL turing plants through conciliation black employees, and required -
\ the chopper has been W N'>, '.:: agreements negotiatedby Negro foremen to punch
based at the Dade County Fire the U, S. Equal Employ- time clocks while permittingwhite
Station at NW 64th St.and 27th
ment
Opportunity Commissionwith foremen to keep their
Ave. ona stand-by basis.When rraided .' i'
officials
of the three companies own time records regardlessof
the Department receives a report operating them. job classification.

of a robbery, the pilots Announcement that the companies Though Commission investigators -
are immediately notified and had agreed to end the confirmed the

are airborne. The pilots then segregation was made by charges on vis its to the plants,
make an aerial search around Donald L. Hollowell, directorof company officials contendedthat
the Commission's Atlanta racial segregation was the
the location of the with
robbery
i Regional Office that handledthe accidental result of other objectives -
the description which is
cases. such as convenience,
broadcast by the ground units. ".. "Invariably existence of racially efficiency and simplified rec-
During the first two monthsof ;< segregated facilities ord keeping systems.

its expanded operations the and services which are a violation Without conceding that they

unit participated in the arrestof of the law are indica- had committed violations, the
eleven subjects for armed the Homicide SectionIn types, and surveillances. The dress system and siren, two tive of racial attitudes that are companies agreed to make revisions -
an accidental shooting seven Department acquired the two-man life rafts, two external reflected in a company's per- necessary to conformto
robbery; the arrest of three miles north of the Tamiami BELL 47G-Z in December litters, plus numerous sonnel policy as It affects the Title vn, Including clari-
subjects involved in vandalism Trail at 40 Mile Bend. 1959.-In 1967 the unit assisted first aid materials. hiring and upgrading of mi- fication of procedures for upgrading
and larceny of approximately in drownings, including four Director E. Wilson Purdy norities," Hollowell said. the low ranking em-
$5,000 In property;assisted in The pilots, Norman Shubertand rescues, recovered 54 stolen stated that the capabilities of Complaints filed with the ployees most of whom were
the recovery of several stolen Robert Riggs, have participated vehicles and had 395 hours In the helicopter have made it a Commission has charged thatA Negroes.

vehicles, and the arrest of one in numerous assign- flight. It is equipped with floats permanent part of law enfor '
ments which include search for water or land use, VHF cement's equipment In com-
subject In a stolen vehicle;and and rescue, photography of all and police radios, public ad- bating crime


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MATTHEW.ALEXANDER HENSOJV \ ;y -

(1866-1955) e1'

EXPLORER Born in Charley County, Maryland, Voy !; ,c n taHw
aged to Japan, France, Spain, West Africa, Russia and \; .d r
the Philippines l in search of adventure. Accompanied \\ \ -
Admiral Robert E. Peary in expeditions to reach North, .
Pole in 1891, 1900, 1902 and 1905. April 6, 1909 : b b
Henson, sent forward by Peary became the first man to wA
reach the North Pole, as he planted the American Flagon
the 'Top.of.the.World' Received the Gold Medal of w1 : .
.
... .
the Geographic Society.and the Congressional. Medal of I ---.0. ::Jj
Honor. (.Civil Divilpi0//i /,'<4/,.'.. ,\.' ...4 s... wM > I j
/ sDid' ." Why not start the year, off with a familiar dish. Yes, Peas

i ...?:f; ,,1 { ; M. ; .. :)> :.. :!. : ':':'... f n' Rice dish -- Hopping John -- whatever you call It. This
/l>( /-" '.".' ;... r'" "..j..1'7. .( A|! hearty peas and rice dish Is great. It will be a favorite with

?tJ :lij) :t :',: / {/ ';+ifNS..j.; ,.i::.... '" ');... |i i peas your and family cooked noon rice.or night. It's made from frozen black-eye


PEAS'IN RICE DISH

:'. .
; r 1 package (10 oz.) frozen black-eye peas
2 cups water
( JJJ 3 ,f e f'
1/4 cup diced salt pork or bacon
1 teaspoon salt
1-1/2 to 2 cups hot cooked rice


Place frozen peas, water,diced salt pork,and salt In saucepan. -'
Cover; bring to full boil over high heat, separating peas
''f with a fork. Reduce heat; simmer about 45 minutes, or until

desired tenderness. Drain. Before serving, mix peas with hot
cooked rice. Make about 4 or 5 servings.



r 04 Funds To Help




YOU know that the first Spur Job, BusinessWashington


p r o r a 1 of three grants D. C.; the Na-

totaling $1,032,488 to help establish tional Urban League, 142416thSt.
man to reach the North Pole I I and expand small busi- ., NW, Washington D.C.;and
nesses In ghetto areas of 20 'the Interracial Council for
cities was announced last week Business Opportunity, 110

by the Economic Development East 23rd St., New York City,
black? Administration, U. S. Depart- are the applicants for the Fed-
was ment of Commerce. eral assistance.
The will
program supportthe
Small The grants are $550,000 to
Business Administration's
-
the Business League $425,011to
;
of the 12 magnificent portraits of campaign to develop the Urban
This is just one League,and$57-
business men from the ranks of
'
f I '' '" I"
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cal Calendar. central city areas These non-profit organiza-
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20" calendar contains an interesting
lish
and
expand businesses In
'
valuable contributions Negroes have made to
about the
You'll be proud to own this Informative calendar...A central ,cities, thereby providing -
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 10, 1969

local Cast To BROWARD TUSKEGE RABDIKPH'S

Bread Basket Head Challenges ALUMNI TO MEETThe KINDERGARTENThe
I Do "A Thousand first big Cracker Bar-

rel meeting for all Tuskegeansin children went to see
Omegas At 52nd ConclaveThe Clowns"Ruth Broward County willbe held Santa Claus :at Sears during

at Boys Club of America 832 the last week of school before

highlight of the 52nd tain hair do's a formula. He erence to Black Capitalism,' Foreman's Children's NW 2nd St., Sunday Jan. 12, the Christmas holidays.
Grand Conclave of the Omega told them that the answer to he said, it was not a matter ofa Repetory Theatre opens anew at 3:30 p.m. We gave away boxes of groceries -
Psi phi Fraternity was reach- the Negro's problem was not few Negroes being given chapter on Saturday, Jan. 18, You will want to be presentfor to a needy family,during -
ed Saturday, when Jesse Jack- hair or clothes, but by pro- some dollars to go in business, with New Year's resolutions. this directory and rooster Christmas.
son head of Bread Basket told perly concerted action, moti- but it was a matter of capital The young actors have just meeting. Come and verify your The 64th St. group visitedthe
more than 1200 persons vated by a desire to be free. being distributed equitably so celebrated 14 months of work- claim to be included as a mem- Pepsi Cola Company and
attending the undergraduate He lashed out against the rul- that poor whites and Negroes ing together in a company.In ber of the Tuskegee Institute observed how sodas are bottled -
luncheon, that America is In a ing 10% of America's popula- could enjoy the necessities of Alumni Club. They sipped Pepsi Cola
race to determine whether it tion that not only attempted to life, like the other 10% of rehearsal with a scheduled Robert McDuffie,president. and watched a movie about
will stand for racism or de- keep Negroes down, by telling America's population. opening January 30th is Lassie called"Don't Be A Lit-
mocracy.The, them his brain was too small, Herb Gardner's "A Thousand ter BUg." They werepre ,ent-
militant leader returned his intellect too dull and his In discussing education, he Clowns" starring young Angelo BUNCHEPARKPTA ed a beach ball with the words

to North Carolina, where he thinking too shallow, but also charged that so called black Rutherford of the "Gentle Park Elemen- Pepsi Cola on it.
Buiche
first began his efforts to force told poor whites that the Ne- schools had not had an oppor- Ben" series and an all Negro The School will have its regu- Mrs. Jessie Thompson, re-

attention on the conditions of gro's hopes, aims, and aspi- tunity to make any policies, cast. The players are: Jimmy lar tary PTA meeting Monday,Jan. porter.
the Negro and the poor Whitesby rations were sponsored bya therefore are not responsiblefor Griffen, (WMBM personality) 13 at 8 This is election
club and p.m.
staging the first sit-in, in hopeful social integration.All any major decisions,whether Ernie Fields, ( night and nominations will be
Greensboro In 1955 which these"crazy"ideas he de- constructive or destruc- WMBM personality) Betty year
,
be
held at this meeting please
,
resulted in his being jail- nounced as lies. tive. He mentioned the fact that Ferguson, (theatre director,
ed along with other A&T Col- the white schools had failed to Florida Memorial: College) present.
is presidentofPTA
He was mindful of what had teach the Clarence Thomas, (actor Willie Cason
lege protesters. Negro the source of
been done since 1955, but his heritage and therefore the teacher, director) John Peak, Mrs. S. Lambert, principal -
Mr. Jackson traced the warned that Negroes must decide Negro had not been properly (actor). I.I.Y
plight of the minorities since to become producers. He instructed as to his back-
the beginning of time and told pointed out that no Negro had ground.In .
his brothers that Negroe's built a space ship, sky scraper -
in America wasn't F. S. E. S. REPORT: .
plight, any or even an automobile and reference to the genera-
different from that of any other he was of the opinion that the tion gap, he let it be known Training Jobs Open NowIf ,:
minority group, but that the Negro and the Omega Psi Phi that this generation should not Naturally Healthy Normal Bur

Negro had failed toapplyhim- Fraternity needed to take a attempt to disassociate itself you have no experience but want to work here is an CROWS YOUR from SCALP.the The HAIR condition ROOTSIn of
self, in the proper direction, new look at himself and Itselfas with the past generation, in opportunity to learn a trade. All you have to do is apply your the hair natural often depend health ol heavilyon your
to extricate himself from the
it relates to the American view of the fact that whatever for a job at the Employment Service office listed below.' (calp Year* BIO DOCTOR CAR
throes of the worldwho's NOT Invented medicated
capitalistic a tar
economy and become a part of success it might have achieved (1) We have an opening for a marine engine installerfor formula called CARBONOEIi
actions were motivated the production, by concerted it was built on the bones of small boats. An Inexperienced applicant will be ac- which on beneficial 1* mixed Ingredient with many CAR prov.

by economics.He efforts in the field of eco- the bodies of slaves,underpaid cepted. The starting salary will be $2.00 an hour and ups ful BONOlL antUcptie if such and a does trong such. power finework
gave the undergraduatesand nomics, business and politics. workers, many times undernourished depending on your ability. You would work from 7:30: a.m. In helping air rrCHY
especially those who would On the matter of politics,he illiterate and to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Fridy. many BUMPY DOCTORS DANDRUFF regard eclltylhl'
become violent on college cautioned that the white politicians semi-illiterate black and PRESCRIBE It for many
people (2) A Hialeah employer has a job opening for a sheet scalp trouble, Many annoying
campuses, wear funnycos- have used various deceptive who had been imbued and en- metal shop helper. Experience is not necessary but you externally ciuied scalp condl
tumes, and allow their bodiesto means to keep the Ne- dowed with an unfaltering trustin must be able to use hand tools. The starting salary will ':.IIIo are( this greatly Triple relieved itrencth by tho tie

become disfigured by cer- gro in his corner. With ref- God. be $1.75 an hour for a five day, forty hour week. GENUINE formula Writ SCALP for this FORMULA DOCTOR'S
--- now. It will be tent to all
(3) We have an opening for an engraving machine oper- mixed and ready to IM. USE you IT
ator (Pantograph). The firm will accept an inexperienced FOR 7 DAYS and If you are not
,
Invest tatlifled
back
your money pay
life Insurance Companies applicant. The starting salary will be $1.60 an hour and only |1.SB on delivery This In*
elude everything Don't
I you would work forty hours a week, Monday through Sat- penn, more. You get it with pay lull a

Million To Aid People In SlumsNEW urday. CATED direction SCALP. UM the FORMULA finest MEDI your
$810 Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida scalp money deserve can buy.line Your care lust hair send and
State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave. Employ- your name and address to-COLD
YORK. A special Mr. Beal said. deteriorating neighborhoodinto ment Service offices are open at 8 a.m. sharp, Monday MEDAL Dept. M HAIR, Inwood PRODUCTS, 1.1.I N. V' 11694 INC.
life insurance program to invest Under the urban investment a better environment. through Friday. FORMULA carrie a NOTE 100%: THIS writ
one billion dollars to help program, life insurance companies "The welfare of our cities ten money bulL guarantee.
improve living conditions for are diverting one billion -- an4 all of the people intern ,';";.; '; '.' > W _#
people in blighted urban areas dollars from their regu- -- is a matter of great concern ,
has exceeded 80 per cent of its lar Investments to make avail to the life insurance busi- .

goal, it was reported last able capital to finance projectsthat ness," Mr. Beal said, "since ...
Thursday. have been unable to obtain the cities are where the bulk ...
Loans and commitments by private funding because of typeor of our investments are and New ...
life insurance companies par- location or higher risks involved where most of our policyholders name... .. ...
ticipating in the program live; ..
totalled more than$810.7 mil Projects to be eligible for There are 163 life insurance ..
lion as of Dec. 13, accordingto financing through the program companies participatingin the ...

Orville E. Beal, chairmanof must be designed to benefit program. These companies, New facilities... :
the Life Insurance Committee people living in city core areas representing more than90percent
I
on Urban Problems.It where conditions of blight or of the assets of the busi- .
..
is estimated that this near-blight exist. A project ness, are members of the
figure reached $825 million by may be located in a blightedarea American Life Conventionandthe _; "
year-end 1968. or in another area if it Life Insurance Associa- r p New spirit of f banking *

The urban investment pro- helps to move people out of a tion of American. ..
gram, which has been under-
service to thecommwnityeee
way since September 13, 1967,
Is designed to provide hous- '
ing, jobs and community ser- '
vice facilities for people liv- $5 Downs I w .

ing in city core areas. Pro-
jects are now being financedin ITT
227 cities in 42 states, the ON _
District of Columbia and
Puerto Rico.
Mr.. Beal gave this break- i
down of how funds have been _
allocated during the pro-
gram's first 15 months:
Housing -- $622.7 million
This money is providing 57-
589 housing units for low and
moderate income families and
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chase or renovation of one- w w.wrw .
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construction of low-rent and &liinwty

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-- $188 million This is & FURNITURE : fall Sewiu p **

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providing 26,436 permanentjobs *
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plants, commercial and retail ... a- ;. *... *

and ventures nursing,homes hospitals, stores, clinics and F&M TV *... JOHN. ROBERTS, JR. it I

shopping centers, and educa- ic President ..
tional and social service fa- ,425E9thSt.PHONE
: Member Federal Reserve
cilities. System GARTH C. REEVES, SR. J

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I Alpha Kappa Alpha Donates $1,300 To Sun/and/ id;;; '$ : :

Members of Gamma Zeta Mrs. Edward Weiss, president given the night of Ebony Fash- t.'.'. !,..p''II.'.,,,;\< !:i )
Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa of Parents and Friends of ion Fair 1968, bringing the
I Alpha"Sorority were proud to Sunland Training Center. An total amount to 1300. .'
donate on January 4, $800( to earlier donation of $500 was
This amount will be used to
purchase creative play-things I
URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES: equipment for nursery
search project. Sunland .. < .
L. E. /.P. 1112 NW 62nd St. 758-5551 Training Center is an integrated :

institution. Teachersand
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
aides are employed as the
6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302
result of a government grant
't OPERATION EQUALITY and the donation by Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority makes '
3378 Douglas Road 448-6268
possible the purchasing of the r
2338 All Babe Avenue 685-0342 s
equipment with which they .
536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358-2226 needed to work.
6740 NW 15th Avenue 691.3811
Mrs. CatoMargaret)Roachof
COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT Ft. Lauderdale the South
1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377.5264 Atlantic Regional Director of
Alpha Kappa Alpha was pres-
CITIZENS CORPS ent on this happy occasion and
6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302 was elated over the size of the
donation made possible by the
support of the public to the recent -
\ Ebony Fashion Fair.
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Some 45 sorors were in attendance -
Join the NAACP at the meetingheldatthe

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7' Beta Beta Lambda a b o v e as she accepts more Thanksgiving Dinner that is
flaw Chapter of the Alpha phi Alpha than one hundred and fifty toys given for more than seventy-
Fraternity donned the attire of from the committee members. f I v e boys whose names are
dear ole Santa Claus duringthe They are: Brother EarIE.AI- Issued by the EOPI Office and
Christmas season tobring len, General Activities Chair- the Scholarship Award that is
cheer, in the form of toys, to man at left and Brother M.J. given annually to some de-
hundreds of needy boys and Martinez, Toys Chairman. serving young male graduateof
'girls of the Greater Miami third member of the committee a local high school who plansto
area. The fraternity was co- not shown, is Brother enter college.
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picture. Portions of the funds to
Area o f fie e of the EOPI of cover the cost of sponsoringthese
which Father Joseph Colemanis According to Brother Oral 'activities are derived
sonica the Director. Mrs. Mae Allen, President of theAlpha. fro m the sponsorship of its
McDuffy Receptionist at the Fraternity, this effort is but Annual Carnation Ball at the
one of many projects that are Bayfront Auditorium. The ball
EOPI Office at 6201 N.W. 8th sponsored by the members. will be given on March 21st
Avenue was caught smiling Among others are: The, this year.

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r w Carver 2 Gel ProbationFor



s d, w } ,1 'a h RanchesNews
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Riot Looting
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By Walter Bow l Crirr il Cojrt: Judgef Car- you.
Stedman said that the
lingStedman Monday granted granted -
probation! because neither
convicted -
to two men
probation
The Ladies Auxiliary to connected wIthMiami's Grant nor Everett had a pre
of crimes
; 8195 will start their
a r Post No. August riots. vious record, because no one
Friday and Saturday night fish '1y actually saw them inside the
l i 4a Stedman had previou
LI' Fry at the post home,January codefendantsto market, and because they did
other
sentenced
d4'SP 10th and 11th, the public is invited in riot-coanect- not resist when arrested.
t\\1 Plenty of food,refresh- jail term
P
\ ed cases. However, another who was
ments and.music.. The Ladies
two probation arrested with them and who
Auxiliary will hold their meet- pat: on years
P,. 12th at ware Samuel Lee Grant, 18, was seen coming out of the
ing on Sunday January
be of 1142 NW 2nd Ave., and market with food was sentenced -
5 memoers please
p.m. Aaron Everett, 25, of 1125 NW by Stedmin last Oct. 1 to a
Addie
James
present. Mrs.
2nd Avenue Both had pleaded year in Raiford Prison. He is
r ' president and Mrs. Ruth Scottis
k !,. secretary. guilty to a reduced charge of Charlie James Robinson.

conspiracy to commit entering Given three years probationby
.I\ iI tY The VFW post No.8195 held
without breaking for petty lar- Judge Stedman for attempted -
their first meeting of the yearon
\, I Sunday January 5th, the ceny Aug. 9 at the Hygrade breaking and entering of
Commander and officers Meat Market, 1123 NW 3rd the Samlee Corp., 6901 NW
15th Ave Rubin Tines 30
was
,
started their 1969 Mem'ership Ave."You
w are the firsttobecon- of 2140 NW 70th St.Tines also
reminders
its drive. Dues
victed in my court of charges had pleaded guilty
will be sent to members by the
Quarter-Mister Veterans who stemming from the riots and Ollie Jones, 31, of 5868 NW

serve over-seas are eUgble to not be sent to prison," Judge 11th Ave., who was arrested
Stednun told them. "You are with Tines Aug. 8, was sen-

Join.The Carver Ranches Fire- fortunate that the policemenwho tenced to a year In prison Sep
? arrested you did not over- tember 19 by St dman.
Dept. holds its meeting every

Monday night, at the fire hall. -

Members please be present, it : l"
at 8 p.m. Walter Blatch is the .
,
president.Mr. -I

Abbie Days of West ;;

Hollywood, and Mr. Cockettof ; : '.
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Mandate, were visiting ; ; ;iII i\
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Goal :
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Pan American World and is presently a freshman at log, singing and sewing. Miss ,:J:

Airways Employees Social Florida Memorial College.The Hart is not shown in the pic- For the first time in the :

Club held its annual MissPan new queen was crownedby ture.Miss history of domestic legislation -

American" contest at the Miss Wilhelmina Kimpson, Mary Ann Collie was the Congress of the Unit- & aF

home of the President,Roose- who was queen of 1967-68. fourth attendant. She is a stu- ed States has specified the Na-

velt Winfield i 1730 NW 68th Miss Wilhelmina Kimpsonwas dent at Miami Northwestern tion's housing goals in nu- a

St., Dec. 2, first attendant. She is a Senior High School. Her hob- merical terms.

The five charming young ladies student at Miami Carol City bies are dancing, singing and Title XVI of the Housing and

who vied for the title of Senior High School and is a sewing. Urban Development Act of .
"Miss Pan American" were; member of the First Baptist The five young lovelies rode 1968 schedules the country to

Miss Wilhelmina KImpson, Church Opa-Iocka.Her hob- the Pan American float at the produce 26 million units of

Miss Dora M. Smith, Miss bies are dancing, listening to 36th Orange Blossom Classic housing in the next 10 years.

Victoria Hart, Miss Alfredia hit records, reading and sew- parade in the Orange Bowl that Six million of these will be

Hunt and Miss Mary Ann Miss Alfredia Hunt was sec- night. The Queen, Miss DoraM. federally! assisted hom'!s for

Collie ond attendant. She is a studentat Smith, also rode the Pan the poor.

Lovely Miss Dora Smith was Immaculata Catholic School American float In the King This Is a commitment that S

crowned "Miss Pan American and is a member of St.Francis Orange Jamboree Parade on will move up the rate of pro-

Queen" 1968-69. Miss Xavier Church. Her hobbiesare New Year's Eve duction by 1970 to level 10 Zq x9tAY

Smith is the charming daugh- sports and reading. The queen and first atten- times as what the Nation was

ter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Miss Victoria Hart was dant, received roundtrip tic- producing last year.

Smith, 1733 NW 28th st.She is third attendant. She attends kets to Nassau with all expenses The 1968 Housing Act also

a 1966 graduate of Miami Miami Carol City Senior High paid by the Pan American requires that the president, on Mrs. Juanita Johnson represented the "Pro-

Northwestern Sr. High School School. Her hobbies are danc- Social Club. January 15 of each year, re- gressive Links" International O.E.S. #142 on a

port to Congresshowfar along float in the Classic parade along with Mrs. Helen
the Nation has come to meet
I I Big Insurance Investors In I the 10-year goal, and what is Rolle (not shown). Mrs. Johnson is worthy matronof

needed in the next year to keep the organization. She is also a church musicianand

up the pace is employed as an executive secretary.

A financial seminar to explore s u r a n c e Company, Newark; Hall. This year it will move

the role of private investment and Jack Bell, regional office forward on other elements of

in community of Prudential Insurance Com- the New Miami Plan -- a gov-

velopment is being sponsored pany, Jacksonville. ernment center, a transpor-
by the New Miami Action tation center, the upgrading of

Committee of the Greater Mi- "What we hope to do in this F hg 1 e r Street,, and a new
ami Chamber of Commerce. seminar," said chairman Bill marina located on the old Port

The seminar will follow a Colson, "is to explore all aspects r
luncheon in the Assembly of downtown redevelopment site.The Semlnarvisitorswillbe ur, E vxsr

Room of the DaPont: Plaza Ho- that can be done by pri- guests of the committee on a

tel on Friday, Jan. 10 vate business. The businessmen Biscayne Bay boat trip Friday

Guests will be top representatives we have invited to sit down morning, to view the Conven-

of national firms which and talk with us have a lot of tion Hall site,the construction
have taken a lead in urbanre- know-how In this field. We
under way on Miamarina, the
newal by investing in rede- want to make sure we don't
Old Port area, and Miami'srecently
velopment projects miss to do
sponsored any opportunities dedicated New port.
by private business. great things for Miami.Wealso -
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Attending the seminar want them to know Miami is

guests of the Chamber are Mr. on the move."Government. Liberty City > -
Robert Barrows, vie e presi-
dent of Northwestern Mutual has a great
stake in a "new look" for the Riot Hearing
Life Insurance Company, Mil-
downtown Colson fR
area, con-
waukee; Mr. Dennis Durden,
tinued, "but theyan't: -- and TonightThe E
vice president of Federated t
shouldn't do it alone. ThisIs
Stores
Department Cin-
cinnati; Mr. Robert Kist, vice our town. The responsibility City of Miami's com- .
for it town -
president of the Equitable Life making a great mittee to study last August's
Rev. and Mrs. C.
rests squarely on all of us. R. Townsel sat proudly among their family and enjoyeda
Assurance Society, New York; Liberty City race riots will
H. D. McGeorge, vice presi- Private development keeps hold its first public hearing day that can come only once in a lifetime--theirfiftieth wedding anniversary.

dent, Metropolitan Life Insur- downtown properties on the tax tonight (Thursday). They were wed December 28, 1918 and have spent 50 happy years together -
rolls and the burden on
eases
ance Company, New York; Mr. Committee chairman resulting in five sons, two daughters and
grandchildren
all of who taxes. twenty-seven
Howard Nielson, vice presi- us pay Lucien C, Proby said the hear four gtt>atgrands.The .
dent, Connecticut General Life The New Miami Action ing will be at the Model city
Insurance Company,Hartford; Committee is spearheadingthe Office, 6207 NW 27th Ave., at family is a harmonious unit in spirit and blood, fortunately unmarredby

Mr. Kenneth J, Jackson, exe- Chamber's efforts to revitalize 7:30: p.m serious i Illness! or death.

cutive general manager of downtown Miami. It Members of the Comnitteeare

Mortgage Loans & Real Estate has already chalked up a sig- Mrs. Cornelia Gleen,

Investment, Prudential la.Mir- nificant success by recom- Rabbi Sol Landau, Atty.RobertC.

ance Company, Newark; Mr. mending that the City Com- Ward, Dr. Ben Sheppard, OUR CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTSr14 ]

Robert E. Smith, vice presi- mission proceed without delay Paul Randall, W. O.Perryand

dent, Mutual Benefit Life In- on a downtown Convention Harry A. Smith.





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274,130 Get Welfare Not Satisfied With Police ? Join The Force I


JACKSONVILLE -- The Aa: s is tan c e, 74,909$3, WASHINGTON.high official partments, why don't they join pIe and dye them black?" Johnson named him as one of
Florida Department of public 438,853; Aid to Families with in the Justice Depart them?" he asked. "Every police two associate administrators
Welfare provided financialas- Dependent Children, 172,676, ment's new crime control department is making affirmative pomeroy, 49, was Attorney in the new agency! which was
sistance to 274,130 aged and $3,834,820; Aid to the Blind agency says if disenchanted efforts attract General Ramsey Clark's created by the Safe Streets Act
handicapped persons in 2,755, $153,314; Aid to the youths and Negroes want to Negroes. How do they propose special assistant for law en- of 1968 to aid state and local
December tohelpcover Permanently and! totally Dis- change their police depart- we do it . take white peo- forcement before President law enforcement agencies.
primarily the cost of decent abled 23,790, $1,258,663. ments they should become po
shelter, nourishing food, and In a tl t d 11 ion to welfare licemen.
adequate clothing. checks, many recipents also
Welfare checks (grants) to benefit from medical services Wesley A. Pomeroy, asso- 11 1!Rr110'1'\IMII,1' 1 1 ; 111 11 1 ? + ', Y1a
these needy persons totalled purchased for them by the ciate administrator of the Law 1 ''i
$8,685,650 with the State pay. Department. Hospitalizationand Enforcement Assistance Ad- A 1' + iA 1 MwA,1 A 1 J1 11 1
1 1Ip
ing $1,903,391.24 and the re- prescribed medicine ser- ministration, said in an inter- ,, 1 1 Iri'; +, ; 11 'yl' ;Nn, + ul+uul k 1
maining 6782258.76 paid by vices go to recipients of Old view, "It's one thing for young
matching Federal funds. Age Assistance, Aid to people and blacks to complain,
Grants made per type of as- Families with Dependent but the easiest way to changea
s i s tan c e programs administered Children, Aid to Blind,andAid police department is to get
by the Departmentof to the Permanently and Totally in it. 4
Pub 1 ic Welfare and com- Disabled. Nursing home care
pared with number of persons is purchased for the aged, the "If the black people really ,ru,
receiving them are; Old Age blind, and the disabled. want to control the police de- ,,e 1,,1

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V f CIV DINNER PARTY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Steering Committee, left to right (standing): Mr. William Stirrup, Mrs.

Theodore R. Gibson, chairman; Miss Freddie G. Young, Mrs. Percival Brown,
Mrs. Verneka Stirrup Silva, Rev. Canon Theodore R. Gibson. Seated from left:

Mrs.Robert C.Mitchellco-chairman; Mrs. Daniel E., Johnson, Mrs. M. Athalie
RangeCommissioner of the City of Miami; Mrs. Joe Bellamy and Mrs. Charles

Gosier. Not shown: Mr. Charles R. Hadley, Mr. Ernest N. Taylor, Mrs. William

Stirrup, Mrs. Charles L. Williams and Miss Blanche Calloway.,



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I lie Range,City of Miami Com- Music at University of Miami I), try have had a full program, '
missioner, was the setting fora accompanied at the piano by which included panel discus- "'$ "
beautiful buffet dinner, of Mrs.Espy.As a climax. Miss sions, meeting community
which she was the Honorary Storr asked all the guests to leaders, school officials, WI
Chairman on Sunday, Dec. 28, participate in singing of managers of industry, sight- ,. .....
in honor of participants of the Christmas Carols. seeing trips and Christmasday A t '
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Leadership Training Seminar. Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, dinner as guests of indi- .I.Ir f
This program is sponsored president of CIV was presented vidual hosts and hostesses.The .
yearly by the council for international a Seminar Commemorative activities terminated .C .
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visitors, Mrs. Scroll by Mrs.Range,who Dec. 31 with an evaluation of k' '! r.,.'-
Frederick J. McCartney Is the substituted for the Honorable the program at Lindsey Hopkins ;
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executive director. Stephen Clark, Mayor of Mi- Hotel; exhibits of indi-
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Among the dinner guests ami, who was unable to attend. vidual countries were displayed # )
were 16 representatives of Mrs. Theodore Gibson, andpresentation of CIV _U %'
Africa (Ethiopia, Congo, So- chairman and Mrs. Robert awards of recognition were ;
mali, Uganda and Nigeria), 11 Mitchell, co-chairman of the presented to Mrs.Robert Mit-
from the Far East(Thailand, dinner are to be commendedfor chell, Mrs. Durbin Tab and
Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea), 7 a well planned program.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. JerrySchleifer.The .
from South Asia (India, E. N. Taylor,credit union students departed for
Turkey, Nepal, Pakistan), 3 co-ordinator for EOPlpresided. their various schools at 10:30
from Latin America (Bolivia, The council for interna- p.m. from international air-
Ecuador, Brazil) 2 from Unit tional Visitors came Into being port.
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Urban League Program Development For 1969 .I


During the month of Decem- Attending meetings relatedto Fair-Housing Court to handle Clark, Eastern Airlines, and tion of municipal services,
ber the Program Development Health and Welfare were, enforcement of such an ordi- C. B. Potter, Urban League i.e., "little city halls," staf-
Committee of the Greater Mi- Mr. William Wynn, Agency nance. The final idea is to board member and Assistantto fed by a law enforcement per
ami Urban League held hear- Operations Director, United stimulate support and confrontation Deputy Superintendent, son a municipal service agent,
ings with local resource people Fund, and Mrs. H. Franklin in black ghetto Burdines Department Store. a school official and other re-
interested citizens, staff Williams, Urban League board areas for uniform enforce- Attending for Community lated kinds of people.
and board members in orderto L member. Along with the others ment of housing codes, and Leadership Development Program The program development
hear what members of the present they felt a thoroughand other related municipal ser was Sam Moncur,United committee hearings were held
black community consider to complete analysis shouldbe vices. Black Federation. under the leadership Dewey
be priority concerns in the done relative to the Health Meeting for employmentwere Among the general areas M. Knight, Urban League Program
areas of housing, education, and Welfare needs of the black A. Omeara,Florida State talked over were the sugges- Committee Chairmanand
employment and health and community, the existing health Employment Service, and tion to mobilize community Maxine Thurston, Urban
welfare. The recommendations and welfare services and the Gloria Miller, FSES, Hal support for the decentraliza- League Program Director.
of each committee will delivery of these services to
be used as a basis for plan- this segment of the population.
ning program activities for L Another ma lor recommendation -
1969. .. is the idea of having the
Attending the hearings on T. WILLARD FAIR League work as a catalytic
education, were Dr. Gilbert meat of underemployedblacks agent in mobilizing commun-
Porter, Dade Public Instruc- should be continued and ity interest and support for the thn&W
tion, and Dr. Johnny Jones strenghtened. The final idea enactment of medicaid legis- k ,
principal, Drew Junior High would be to Implement the lation on the,state level.
School. This committee sug- "Street Acedemy" programin Involved at the housing r a
gested the development in pre- Miami. TheStreetAcedemyis meetings were Rev. Bruce '
dominantly black senior high a program in progress in Robertson and League staff, t r
schools of after school pro- several Urban League cities Lee Black and Cliff Straus.
gram geared toward assisting that deals with the"drol -out" The recommendation of
students in testing procedures by assisting him to completehis the housing hearings included :
related to college entrance, educational process out- the concept of working to develop \' I
pre-employment, aptitude and side the existing school struc financial backing and interest -
other related -subjects. They ture.The in home owner ship pro-
also discussed the develop Education committeealso grams for low-income fami-
ment of Junior and Senior High expressed concern over lies. Also to stimulate and assist Ir" ,F
School career awareness pro- the unrealistic employment in developing non-profit
grams aimed at informing requirements, particularlywith sponsors for federal financed 11
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exposing black students to the County and City Governments Housing. Another suggestionis - ''--
variety of current job avail- the development eta speak Mrs. Diane Pierce interviewing housing applicant at one of the four lo-
ability, job requirements and These requirements include er's bureau to deal with the cal "Operation Equality" field offices. The four Miami Urban League Opera-
other categories of career de- such reasons for rejection as problem of attitude particu-
tion Equality field offices are staffed with housing professionals who counsel
velopment. Another sugges- illegitimacy and arrest rec- larly in the white community,
tion is to utilize the Urban ords. A thorough investigation with an effort toward minimiz- families interested in moving into better housing or up-grading their present

League outreach offices to organize followed by the develop- ing misinformation housing. The major goals of the Operation: Equality program to expand the in.
parents and other community ment of community pressureto open-housing. Of major im- ventory of low and moderate housing, to improve the condition of existing
residents to press for eliminate such require- portance is the idea to actively -
housing, to work toward changing policies and practices that have resulted in
effective skill training ments after the of this seek
pro- study a County-wide open-
in slum and ghettohouslng condtiions, and to assist black people to locate hous-
grams predominantlyblackschools. matter, is the recommendation housing ordinance and work
The general recruit- of the committee. toward the development of a ing of their choice throughout. Dade County.
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repressing and perpetratingthe tive will lead subsequently to happens in the public school
the New Thrust And Systems ghetto are inherent in the assumption of the service by system ? The plight of city
I system, then the principal leverage the agency for which it is a schools demands systems -
for challenging and proper responsibility. changing efforts directed toward
ChangingThe changing them lies with the Yet the primary emphasismust revitalizing curriculum
community's principal opin- be on systems-changing offerings, dramatically up-
ion-makers and decision- confrontations. Confrontationmeans grading facilities and teachers
long-standing debate on society operates. No massive lem. That such services are makers The Urban Leaguecan moving beyond reme- in ghetto schools, developing
whether the Urban League expansion o f social services not important: is undeniable. take advantage of its long- dies for Individual distress, educational parks and similar
should be devoting its major alone within the existing social However, concentration on standing, close ties to the pow- moving to a full scale attack experimental projects, and a
attention to activities designed framework eliminate all services an Inefficient -. list of other
can represents er structure to enlist its leadership on the entire system that long Improve-
to change basic Institutionsand the ghetto's problems. Thus, use of the Urban Lea- in constructive pro- causes such distress tim! and ments. What about medical'care '
practices or to service- if the Urban League is to gue's unique talents in plan- grams to alter the inequitiesof tlmo again. Every sphere of ? Why must ghetto dwellers -
rendering programs has been achieve its ultimate goal, it ning, community organizationand the system. The Leaguecan ghetto life affords opportunities suffer from such inade-
resolved. The debate is decided must and will work consistently problem solving. join together the ghetto for confrontation produc- quate public health facilitiesand
in favor of social change toward social change. Thirdly, the Urban League's dweller and the professionalor tive of fundamental social services?
and is called the New Thrust. Second, in our community direct knowledge of the men businessman in combined change. All of these conditions, and
First, Ultimate solutionsfor the scope of human needs is and machinery of power struc- efforts to effect the basic institutional many more like them,are partof
the Urban crisis cannot such that Urban League provided ture makes it particularly well reforms that can Consider, for example=, the the pattern of discrimination -
problems of housing high
occur without basic changes in services cannot make a qualified to engage systems move American society to af- eviction uhvsical and deprivation so long
many of the ways in which our substantial dent in the prob-. chancing efforts. If the forces ford equal results for black' rents disrepair easv, alltooprevalentovercrowding familiar to ghetto dwellers.

IN'COOPEH TIPiiMH.i :" people and other minorities. landlordtenant None of them would be toler-
I
MIAMI 8U1LP/N These system-changing efforts courts used as rent collection -' able in middle-class American -
IIP CONSTRUCT/PH l,4DfCt1llNC/t provide a clear oppor- or eviction agencies.In society -- and yet that society
< AFl- /O tunity for extensive partici- a common pattern, tenant has long been willing to
pation and leadership from the complain spells eviction, condone, or at least Ignore,
I white community and also while landlord repairs automatically their existence in the ghetto.
from the black middle class. mean higher rents. The time Is long overdue to do
This does not mean that Surely it is important to give something about them on a
the Urban League will aban- aid to the individual tenant in massive scale.
YANCFMCiII don all se rv ice- renderJng distress. But it is even more The Urban League continuesto
BOR programs, but rather is in the Important to break the whole recognize the importanceo
process of reviewing present system of landlord exploitation rendering service to those
service programs and exami- -- and \die way to do this suffering under the system.But .
x9 IN 3 ,.s ning ideas in order to choose is through carefully planned its Initial priority will be
v S Ar those which contribute to the landlord- ten ant confrontations efforts to change the way the
: goal social change.Services prepared, if neces- system operates.As .
i3u may be the means of establishing sary, to go to the courts. it concentrates attentionon
and maintaining relationswith The need for systems the black ghetto, the Urban
a constituency which can change can be repeated in League will devote primary
then be helped to seek solu- countless other areas.What of emphasis: to social changeandbe
tions to the pr ob 1 e m? which the inequities in police and guided by this' objective in
give rise to the need for such court treatment of ghetto its provision of social ser:
services; they inaybea meansof dwellers -- treatment that vice.
determining the real nature equates blackness with automatic Next week ,this column will
of the problems and what fun- suspicion of guilt? How continue to explore the Ur-
damentally needs to be changed do you change the pattern that ban League's New Thrust
; they may have the effectof makes legal justice for the movement, focusing on the

fI{"'" ... ___T TT' bringing together those who man on Pine Tree Drive quite New Thrust's approach to
LEAP office meeting with Ben Lewis (at the are in a position I to effect different from the justice accorded "problem solving."
Staff of the Urban League change and those in need;they his counterpart in Lib- :::%&::::::&ws: ::::::::::sM::<:%:tffls&Kiw: : : :
far right) of the Southern Regional Office, at the local office, 1112 NW 62nd may be a direct means of erty City? How do you make NEXT WEEK
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Street. (L. to R.) Cal I Jennings, project director; Carmen Doubrechat, admin bringing about change; they police community relationsinto
istrative secretary, and Hubert Trexel, associate director. LEAP is the Labor may constitute a type of ser- something more than !J x.
vice which the is tense street conflict in times
League 5780,000 FORMORE, |r}
Education, Advancement Program, currently recruiting young men between the uniquely equipped to offer suchas of crisis ? And what of the .

ages of 18 and 26 to enter the field of construction work; to name several: planning, community organization schools? How can the people # COMMUNITY/ ACTION #Id. :s
:
carpenters, bricklayers, welders, painters and air-conditioning and refrigera- communication, or .. particularly the parents -- :t
craftsmen. for which the League's Initia gala a larger voice in what :::: ::::::::::::::::;::;:::::: .: ::::::::::: :::::;::. ;

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 10, 1969

IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM ALBERT
Services for Mrs. Louise

In loving and unfading me- to memory of my husband Manning of 2923 N.W. 59th St.,

I;4 > I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I mury: of a dear mother, grand- and our beloved father, were held Saturday January3rd

mother, sister and aunt, 2:30 p.m in the Liberty

... .. ,., "" ",.,- -- 't'r.j\j", "" ," 'I1!__ .. City Chapel She is survivedbyahusbandAlonzo
; four

\ CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM II I III I,1 II M sons, Walter, Alonzo,Jr.,

Robert and Anthony;
family of the late memory of our brother In loving memory of two daughters, Patricia Ann

and Irene; five sisters and
WHILTON DAVIS
three brothers.

who departed this life Jan 5, Services for Frank Claytonof

,
1968.
2050 Wilmington, Opa-
Eternal rest, grant unto him
l o c k a, were held Saturday
IM
o Lord
A January 4th, 4:30 p.m in the
\ Eternal rest may he rest in 11 i M I J -..,-.-.- Liberty City Chapel. He is

peace. survived by a wife;four child-
The Family
I EUGENE LINDSAYwho ren; a mother and stepfather;

departed this life Jan. 3, four brothers and one sister.
( \i MRS. ROSA CARR 1966. S erviceforEmmusDeloach

: wMRS. AN APPRECIATIONFrom who left us six sad years Jan. "We cannot say and we will of 2704 N.W. 45thSt.,

the family of the late, 12. not say that he is dead, he is were held Saturday January4th

REV. P. J. CURRY, When links of life are broken just away. With a cheery smile 1:00 p.m. Antioch Baptist

who departed Dec. 11, 1968. and loved ones have to part it and a wave of the hand, he has Church. He is survived by a

we express our sincere thanksto leaves a wound that never wandered into an unknown wife Bessie; three sisters,

everyone who sent cards, heals. We often think of by gone land; and left us dreaming how Senovia, Mazzatee Melaneeone

McCAIN flowers, telegrams, letters, days when we were together, very fair, it needs must be aunt Beatrice; two nieces ,
LILLIE MAE donations, and individual DONALD A, McCONICOwho what would we do to see you since he lingers there." and two nephews. r,

who departed this wish life to December visits. A special thanks to departed this life Jan.11, smile and talk awhile.The blow Mrs. Violet Lindsay, wife Services for Willie Thomasof i
10 1968 express
those who assisted in the arranging 1967 was sudden the shock severe and ChildrenIN 6475 N.W. 6th Avenue were '

their appreciationduringtheirh We and carrying out of May he rest in peace. but deep in our hearts you will held Tuesday December 31st,
o u r of bereavement. the funeral service. God always stay.God takes the best "
May McConico Family 2 p.m in the Chapel He is sur- I
the loss of one so
feel
MEMORIAM
deeply for
bless all of you. reason divine. But memory
thanks vived by his wife Rosa Mae;
dear to us. Our sincere
lasts
cards CARD OF THANKSThe until the end of time. In sad but loving memory of one daughter, Louise;one son,
for flowers,telegrams, ,
Daisy L. Curry, wife our departed mother, grand- W i 1 11 a m Jr.; one sister,
and various tributes from
friends. Special thanks to Cleo Deveaux, daughter family of Sadly missed by: mother and great grandmother Lucille; one aunt, Ozte and
Ezekiel Curry brotherIN Mrs. Ella Ferguson,daugh-
, ,
- one uncle Thomas.
the -- Ray
Francis Funeral Home and ANNA POOLE ter. N. Y. \';
to their sincere Services for Corker Youngof
neighbors of Opa-locka. wish express Mrs. Irene L. Harrison
Gratefully MEMORIAMIn thanks to their many friends, sister and FamilyIN 2170 N.W.139thStreetwere

Segreant Edward McCain, neighbors (70th St.), staff of I I held Tuesday December 31st,

husband loving memory of Ore h a r d Villa Elementary, 11AM in the Chapel. He Is

and Carswell Family members of St. Luke Baptist MEMORIAM survived by a brother, Sam
Church Williams I andnieces and nephews.
Rev. P.W. ,
In of husband J
memory our
pastor, and Range Funeral and father Services for Robert Jack-

AN EXPRESSION OFAPPRECIATION Home, for the cards, tele- I son of 524 N.W. 29th Avenue

grams, and floral pieces as were held Saturday January

well as the many acts of kind- s. rt t 4th 4PM .at the St. Jam e s
: AME Church His survivors
The family of the late ness and prayers shown dur- '
FRANK AARON e ing our hour of bereavement.Mr. include his wife, Elizabeth;

wish to express our heartfelt Johnnie PooleSr.Husband 'five sisters, Celia, Rachel,
all and Children Cola, K i s s Ie and Lena; six
thanks and appreciation to MRS. MAUDE GETER

of our friends for the many who departed this life Jan. 19, brothers, Ernest, Prince,
yr z Sander, Irvin, Rabnell and
rendered
kindnesses duringour .y 1960.
CARD OF THANKSThe
period of bereavement.Your It has been nine years since Fletcher.

telephone calls, visits, family of the late r you left us dear mother, but Mrs. Bessie Sumlin of 5600

prayers, flowers, cards, let- LOU BOONE your memory will linger in our N.W. 4th AvenuediedSaturdayDecember

ters and other fine deeds gaveus wish to express their appre- hearts forever. We loved you 28th at JMH. Her

great comfort during this j ciation to the many friends and sincerely, but God loved you survivors include one

very difficult experience..* neighbors for cards tele- best. daughter; two grands and one

We would like to offer spec- ALBERT MACK grams, letters, flowers and EDWARD MOSS great grand. Her remains

ial thanks to the neighbors of who departed this life Jan 11, personal visits. We especially who departed this life Jan.9th The Family were shipped to Tampa, Fla.

NW 64th St.,the staff and management 1968. want to send sincere thanksto 1967. Friday January 3rd for last

of the Richardson Graham and membersof rites and burial.
Rev.
Gone, but not forgotten for-
think
Some are
may you
Mortuary and the Rev. EdwardT. Sleep on and take your rest Mt. Zion Baptist Church gotten though on earth you are RICHARDSONMrs. Services for R.L. Moore of

Graham for the high type, we love you, but God loves you and thanks to Richardson Mor- no more but in memory you Hortense Cadwell of held 26520 S.W. 137th Court 4th were 2
service rendered. Saturday January
dignified best tuary. are with us as always as you 3160 N.W. 48th Terrace died
May God continue to bless Cora Mack, wife Boone and Moton FamiliesIN P.M. At fSt. Johns Baptist
where before. January 4th at her local resi-
Church is sur-
each of and lives Narannja. He
you may your and familyIN
Louise Moss, wife dence. Survivors Include a
vived his and
be long, full and rich. by parents James
Evelyn Bethel daughter mother Gertrude a sister
A dell; three sisters; two
i Most sincerely MEMORIAMIn MEMORIAMIn Charles and James, Moss Ethel; cousins and other relatives brothers; four aunts and five
sad, but loving memory of sons and devoted friends. uncles
Hattie Aaron wife
our dear son and brother Funeral service will be con- Walter Revis of 2495
Patricia Aaron, daughterIN N.W.
loving memory of our wife
IN MEMORIAM ducted Thursday January 9th 43rd Street died Tuesday
and mother, in Richardson
at 3:00 p.m.
December 31st at the Palm
MEMORIAMIn In memory of our son Burial will be in Lin-
__" .'____-.1 Chapel. Springs General Hospital
FLORENCE HANNA coln Memorial Cemetery., ,
loving memory of Hialeah. He is survived by one
who departed this life Jan. 2, 4 j Rev. John Thomas Taylor of
r tppt Annie Bell
ui. + daughter, ; one son,
1947.
219 N.W. 14th Terrace died
Johnnie Revis .
; two step sons,
Gone, but not forgotten. May
January 3rd in Sun Ray Nurs- Robert
Robertson, Sidney
her soul rest in
peace.
ing Home. Survivors include a James; 31 grands and 19 great

wife Emerald a son John Jr., grands. His remains were
Alfred Hanna, husband
a motherinlawOphellaS shipped to Camilla Georgia
,
Mary Owens daughter
c a v e 11 a. Funeral services
4th for last
I John Hanna, Carl Hanna, Saturday January
will be, conducted Saturday rites and
burial.
Maa, j and Harry Hanna, sons. January 11th at 1:00 p.m. In
Richardson Chapel. Services for Henry Tanner
F of 1418 N.W. 2nd Avenue were
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IN MEMORIAMIn MR. CLARENCE C. MOSS ALBERT held Monday January 6th 2:PM

life 4 ... Mt. Carmel Baptist Church.
who this Jan.
departed
,
memory of our father GERALD MOSS Services for John F. Bakerof Services for William Land-
1961 and was laid to rest Jan.
1215
tk' who was called away January N.W. 65th Street were rum of 1875 N.W. 69th Street
I 14. Now it has been eight years held
I 9, 1968. Saturday January 4th, were held Tuesday January 7th
have and left
since you gone us, 10
We love but Jesus loves : A.M. in Jordan G rove 2PM
JAMES JEFFERSON CAREY you Liberty City Chapel.
but we cannot! see you any-
Baptist Church.He is survivedby
who departed this life Jan. 6, more. Your memory will remain you best. Willie Nelson, Sr. of 1700
1968. Mr. and Mrs. Will Moss and his par e n t s, Elliot and N.W. 81st Street, died Thurs-
in hearts.
our
D Sleep on and rest In peace and Ei4)1.. Sons Suzanne Washington; a wife, day, January 2nd at JMH. His

may you enter the pearly gatesof Mrs. Jeanette Moss,mother GOSPEL MEETING Elizabeth three daughters, survivors include one son Wil-
Anne, Flore Jene,and Dorothyand lie Jr four
heaven. Miss Geneva Moss, sister ; daughters,Robbie
j. Gone, but not forgotten Mr. James Deveaux, uncle There will be a Gospel one son John, Jr. Jane, Mildred, Sarah Dorothyone

Sadly missed by and friends. Meeting Jan. 5-14 at 1135 NW Services for Mrs. Thirley brother, Johnnie and ten

Nora Carey, wife 54th St. Jim Warren will be the Byrd of 10799 S.W. 22 Street grands. His remains were

Dwight Carey, son I preacher. Services each nightat were held Friday, January 3rd shipped to Slim merton, South

and Family 7:45 p.m. Everyone is invited 3:00 p.m. MorningStar Baptist Carolina, Monday,January 6th

CHRISTIAN SCIENCEA to attend.BEAULAH. Church. She is survived by a for last rites and burial.

BAPTISTRev. mother, Ida; a husband, Ben;
communion service will Ira. Grimmett of 356C NW
one son Elias Junior three
IN MEMORIAM be held this Sunday in Fifth E. R. Ferguson,pastor ; 14th Street, died Wednesday
brothers Willie
Pete and
of Church of Christ Scientist, Alice Banks, reporter December 25th at JMH. Ser-
,In memory Milton Lee Ross Jr. and also
,
54th St. at 11 This Sunday our youth are vice
JAMES AMOS JR. 1600 NW a.m. five grands.Her remains were arrangements are in-

,. '.> who departed this life Jia. 12, J.R. FINCH The Lesson-Sermon is titled observing their anniversary. shipped to Metter,Georgia for complete.

1968, we loved him but God who departed this life Jan.12,, ".Sacramentand, the Everyone is invited to come last rites and burial.

j loved aim bast. 1968. Golden Text is from ISamuel. out and hear them perform. Mrs. Dorothy Williams of Isreal McFee of 1238 N.W.;

Gone, but not forgotten The radio Bible subject over Speaker for the occasion is 4 65 N. W. 42nd Street died 71st' Street died Thursday

Sadly misses: by family: Alice Carter, Bertha station WMBM at 1:45: p.m. is the Honorable Rev. Wells. Monday December 30th at JMH December 26th at JMH. Ser-

Claudia M. .A.1l0$, \VHo Roundtree and Estella "How can you say life is won Don't forget to visit the sick Services arrangements are vice arrangements are incom-

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ST. MARY'S ST. JAMES AME JORDAN GROVE GREATER NEWBETHLEHEM


Rev. S. L. Gay pastor Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor
I Rev. H. V. Stuary, pastor Rev. C H. Smith, pastor
Eddie Gilbert reporterThe
The Jr. church choir and Joseph Marshall,reporterMrs. Minnie Hunter, reporter
Merion Daniels and pastor is asking the
.
ushers' board No. 1 will serve
Sunday, Jan. 19, our pastorand
church at'large to accompanyhim
Club are meeting
during the 11 a.m. services Hospitality congregation will render
in the church parish to New providence Bap-
Sunday. There will be infant Thursday services at the church Rev.
hall, at 8 p.m. We are seekingnew tist Church on this Sunday
baptism.At L
Johnson.
F. ,
afternoon Rev. C. J. Burney is
will have members to join in with
3:30 p.m. we The Pastor's Installation
annual Convent services. us. Wa need you! pastor.
our service will take place Sunday,
is asked to com
and Everyone
Mrs. Sadie Dean Jan-
All members are asked to be Jan. 12.
uary-ites are having a night of out to prayer meeting every
out to this important service. 24
On Friday night Jan.
,
home of Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. You are
and fun at the
Joint choirs and ushers' board games there will be a musical

I iff Iou 3n OIhurri 'uui1tt&; will shut-ins serve who for this.wish All to sick come or NW Mr. 63rd and St.Mrs., Jan John 11,Dean at 8 p.m.936 day also School asked to and attend BTU.your Visitorsare Sun- gram ment for at our men church.- $25 and Assess-women pro-

welcome to
please call 758-1601 and someone Please support us in our effort always wor- $15.
ship with us. Let us remember
.
will pick you up and return -
The Juniors will sell din-
NEW MACEDONIARev. DRAKERev. This will be To the sick and shut-ins all the sick in our prayers.
home.
you ners Saturday, Jan. 11, at the
roads have their hardships and
followed our FellowshipTea
Roscoe Jackson,pator J. W. Dunn, pastorN. and refreshments by in the their moments of difficulty, church. They are asking your

Willie J, Beard, reporter T. Green, reporterThe wel- and the way of life is no exception PILGRIM REST full support.Let .
Visitors are
Social Hall.
Sunday, Jan. 12, at 3 p.m. men are making plans us pray for and visit our
come to join us Sunday, Jan. Rev. ;;. C. Nelson, pastor sick who are: Mrs. Ruth Hicks
Rev. H, K. Kensey and con- for Men's Day, March 23,they ,
gregation of Bethel p, B., Ft. are asking the members and 12.Let Myrtice Hicks, reporter Mrs. Mary Hopkins and Mrs.
continue to and We'd like to welcome
us
pray say Albertha Butler.
Lauderdale will render ser- friends to please help them
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
visit all our sick and shut-ins. homo to our pastor and his
vices in behalf of the Conven- with their projects. "
tion Committee. Bro Garfield Rev. Randall and congregation Rev. Ernest Williams,pastor family, just back after spending MT. CARMEL BAPTIST
ANTIOCH Alice Harris, reporter the holidays with relativesin
Leland, chairman of st Matthews: Free Will
Sunday is designated as renewal Mississippi. Rev. D. A, Bradley,pastor
Church will have
Baptist
ser- W pastor
Rev. P. Wiggins,
On Friday, Jan. 24, the of- of marriage vows. We Remember the sick and Louise McGriff, reporter
vice on Wednesday, Jan. 15,at Dinettie Cobb reporterThe
ficers and members of Choir are asking all married couples shut-ins, an pray for the boyson There will be a dinner sale
8 p.m. This service will be at pastor is asking the
No. 2 will sponsor a Musical Drake young and old to come out Sun- the battlefield. Saturday at the home of Bro.
the
sponsored by men. church to accompany him to
and Appreciation program in day morning and renew your Worship with us at your con- and Sis Gaines for our Jr.
please come out and
enjoy a at 3pm
New Mt Moriah Sunday
behalf of their president,Dea- mid week spiritual feast vows. vience, visitors are always Choir, at 5911 NW 11th Ave.
Choir #2 and Ushers'Board
con Henry Jefferson. Sister Vivian Seymour is at welcome Sis. Mary Gaines is in charge.Let's .
Sister Finley and Sis. Por- #2 are asked to render
da Sunday, Jan. 19,the Ushers' ter are asking all mothers to service. Jackson Hospital, Room 550, pray for the sick and

Federation Associationwill Sis. Francis Woodside at home shut-in and those who have
,
please see that your Cub The church is asked to como
convene at New Macedonia Scouts be present at the meet- 6516 NW 14th Ct. Let us visit NEW HOPE lost their love ones. Remember
out and attend prayer meeting,
is invited to
Everyone
our sick. the boys in Viet Nam.
attend. Deacon Edwin Ram- ing on Friday 6:30: p.m. every Tuesday, at 8 p.m. Visitors are always wel- Rev. W, E, Sims, pastor

sey, president. Please visit and pray for Sunday, Jan. 19,the Sr. Mis- Loraine Fuller, reporter

On Friday nightRev.Arthur the sick and shut-ins. Youare sionary Society presents its come. Sunday, Jan. 12, at 7 p.m.
invited to worship with us on Annual Calendar Tea.
Jackson and congregation Installation service will be

} of Welcome Baptist Church, Sunday. Let us remember to support ST. LUKE held for all elect officers,of- DAYSPRING

1 Oakland Park, Ft. Lauderdale, our BTU, meetings are held ficers and members please be Rev. W, M. Slater,pastor

will be in charge of services. ZION HOPE Sundays at 5 p.m. Rev. L.J Lee, pastor present. Ruby Burton, reporter

11 Remember to pray for the Shirley Whack, reporterFor Tuesday, Jan. 14Sis. Evelyn
Sunday, a.m. Rev. A. M. Rev Paul Freeman pastor
Griffin and congregation of Bessie Williams sick, shut-in and men on the those who are away Thursday at 8 p.m. prayer Parker Is asking all ushers

New Shiloh M. B. Church in YoungWomenAuxiliaryand reporterThe battlefield. from homo and don't have a meeting and Bible class will and the No. 1 Choir to pleasebe

charge. church in this city, are invit- be held. All are welcome. present at the church.Rev.
Mother's Board sel-
at 3 are ed to come and join us hereat Continue to pray for the sick Brown will preach in behalf of
Sunday, p.m. Rev. SL. dinners
ling Saturday at the
and of MT. SINAI St. Luke, 163 NW 59th St. and shut-ins, our servicementhe the Junior Ushers.
Gay congregation St. church.
They are asking
you Please remember to pray bereaved and less fortu- Don't forget the sick and
James will be in
charge.On to stop and them
by help by
Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. for the sick and shut-ins. nates. shut-ins.
Sunday at 6 p.m Rev.T. purchasing a dinner,Sis.Rosa Boney, reporterThe

C, Kelly, Jr.and congregation L. Sharpe, president.Sis. Baptist Women's Coun-

of St. Paul AME will be Betty Dopson lost her cil will meet Friday, Jan. 10,

in charge. aunt in Ohio She is asking the at 8 p.m.Also Fellowship Club ..,,' .. .z.' . ""
Everyone is Invited to come of the entire public will
prayers meet it's regular time. I, ,:
and spend the day. during her bereavement. Wantedl! Persons 18 to 25 I
,. .- '.. ., '"' ''',''''
Baptism, Sunday at 7:30.All to organize the young adults "" !I! ,
CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP candidates are asked to be .: 1 "'..,,' 0'f
Sunday School class. We need / '
.. ; !..:\\'J', " "
present, and bring changing your participation. DeaconJ. .. f f<, \

Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. arrangements. D. Stokes,division superin i i,' ,,,,.. '; # J r.f f1l i' ",'"": "... "

Sis. Louise Thompson is in tendent. '.. .'.
L. Nixon, reporterThe .
Jackson Memorial Hospital. ... ,: J'o..
newly installed officersare Sunday morning, our youth o ,, ; ,,
Her room is 5234 East Wing. will be in charge of the wor-
/
asking the members to ,
She is asking the of 4MP"aLAaI :
please cooperate by attending prayers ship services. : ": '
their meetings regularly.Sen- all for a speedy recovery. Let Don't fail to hear DeaconJ.

ior choir rehearsal will be at us remember the sick, shut- D. Allen and the Cavaliers
in, and bereaved in our prayers Sunday night
the home of Mrs. Isabelle Blue
All members are asked to
Tuesday night January 14, at
8:30 p.m. The president is fill out a Christian survey card >+

urging all members to be SHILOH BAPTISTRev. and turn them in to the office.BROWNSVILLE >

present and on tinu-

Sis. Estelle Allen died Fri- A, M,Griffin, pastor 0Q.

day. Ushers and Choir mem- Cheryl English, reporter
Brother Otis Wright and the ) dA,
bers will
be notified when and
Rev. F L Johnson
pastor ,
Spiritual Harmonizers will be
where to give service. Elizabeth ki
Wright
,reporter
here Sunday night after
ser-
The pastor is asking all The president of the Pas-
vice in behalf of the building
group captains to contact as tor's Aid Club, Sis Vinnle

many of their members as fund.The Henderson is asking all mem-
pastor is asking the entire -
possible so that reporting dayon
bers and those who would like
the fourth Sunday will bea church to accompany him to become a member to meet
the fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.to
record for the New Year. her at the church Friday,Jan.

Some of the members do not New Macedonia Baptistfortheir 10, 7:30 p.m. Business of importance -

know their number and captain Homecoming, Rev. Ros- .

Please ask for this in- coe Jackson, pastor. 8
Sunday Jan. 19 at 3 ,
Rev. Samuel Atchison and p.m. .9
formation. Rev C. H. Smith and congre-
will be here
congregation the
Visit and pray for the sick fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. in be- gation will be in charge of ser-

half of the building fund. vices in behalf of the Mission-

Junior church will be Saturday ary Society.
\ :> NEW PROVIDENCERev. Visitors are always welcome -
at 4.30: p.m. Please be "
present.The at our church. '
Please remember to take t \
C. J. Burney, pastor RedCircleandSunshineBand ,,
time out to and visit
pray, our
Arsula Edwards,reporterWe will meet Saturday at 3
sick and shut-ins.

Memorial will observe Services our, Sunday annual, p.m.Let us remember to visit The (!Qonsolus ittger Iist i 1nu! 1 'rasperausEfuPMr

Jan. 12. Those who desire to and pray for the sick and shut- NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

bring flowers in memory of ins.

their loved ones, may do so. A, L. Shipp, pator

The Jordan Grove Baptist GRACE Evelyn Souter, reporterOur You can see and hear the Consolers in a gospel singing concert, Jan.

Church will render services church anniversary will 14,8:00 p.m. at St. John Baptist Church, NW 3rd Avenue and 13th .Street, Rev.

Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev.Douglas Rev. W, F. Savoy, pastor be celebrated this Sunday at Thedford Johnson is pastor. For tickets, call 754.9808,371-3212 or373-8564.
Cook, pastor. You are invit- Our sincere and warmest 3 p.m. with Rev.P.W.Wigginsand
ed. sympathy to the bereaved congregation of Antioch, The Consolers, who have been fortunate to write and record many gospel

q Consecration hour of prayer family of the late Mrs. Mil- rendering the services. All hits, hove eight Lps on the market and many single recordings.

is held each Sunday morn- dred Pennernunwhowasfun-, members are asked to please They are presently enjoying much success, spiritually and financiallyfrom

ing at 5 a.m.Bible eralized Saturday, Jan 11, at give their full cooperation.The their latest LP, "Mighty wood Singing". Many churches throughout the
2pm.
class and prayer public is invited also to
meeting Tuesday at 7:30. AU As we begin the new year, hear this prqjram. nation present the Consolers annually in a gospel singing concert.

members are urged to attend we hope to Implement some Our youth day will be the The Consolers travel more than 60,000 miles each year bringing songsof

visitors and friends are wel- ideas and plans that will helpto second Sunday In February. inspiration to many. When the Consolers entered the gospel singing field

come. BTU each Sunday at 5:30. coordinate our work, and Remember the sick, shut- sixteen years ago,, they brought with them a style of singing that until this
p.m. Please attend. lead to greater effectivenessfor I, ins, bereaved families, the
day has been greatly appreciated
Continue to pray for those Christ in 1969. Letuslook Guyton family, our pastor and oy many.

who are sick, shut-in and be forward to a good year with those in the armed servicesin Their concert at St. John, Jan. 14 is being sponsored by the B.T.U. Aid

reaved. Christ. your prayers. Society, Mrs. Pierson, director, Mrs. ": ladys Thurston, president.



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- to organize Block Clubs,and Education Clubs.They have formed -

Miami Concentrated E 1o four new clubs during'this period.We .
continue to push our legal clients to Attorney Adderl,.
NEIGHBORHOOD During this period, he has serviced 18 cases. Most of these
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are domestic relation.
I
i Employment Program I, P OPALOCAKThe

I By JAMES JACKSON I SERVICES QI Opa-locka center staff worked tirelessly, into the evening -
Director of E.O.P.I Manpower Programs I hours, in their efforts to provide a ray of cheer to the un-

I (This is a special report to the Miami Times I derprivileged families 'in the neighborhood. Benny' O'Berry,
I details the progress of Miami's Concentrated which I area director reoor ts that honorable mention roes to the fol-
ment Program. The Program Employ- BROWNSVILLEThe lowing neighborhood counselors: Sarah Kelley, Genesta Sweet-
under the
I of the Economic Opportunity sponsorship I ing, Sandra Glover, Barbara Barker, Wendell Sturrup, Char-
t the operational stages.) Program, Inc., is now in last forty-five days found Brownsville center going lotte Turnquist.

- - -- -- - - - through many new changes. Mrs. Cherry started with a bang. The area director and center manager treated the staff to
Her first item of business was to adopt a new corporation for a suite to hold their Christmas party.The staff went first class
Tuesday, November 12, 1968, the doors to the Food Fair the poor in the Brownsville neighborhood.She assured the total and the Four Ambassadors was chosen.Participation was good
building on N.W. 62nd Street opened to admit the first applicants population that with this document they could easily become and a good time was enjoyed by all.
Staff consisted of 2 Florida State EmploymentServicointake their own bosses, and that many new avenues would be open- The teenagers of Opa-locka were treated this past satur-
people, 2 Counselors, and the Employment Supervisor. ed to all concerned. Those attending gladly agreed with her day to a dance given by the EOPIGirls Club, the Tanganikans.
CEP staff consisted of the 3-man Central records Unit, 2- new plans and assured her their cooperation The MC was Cocaroach, Jr. a WMBM disc Jockey. The dance
man Supportive Service Unit, a receptionist, and a Deputy Mrs. White and Mrs.Rouse have continued to push the Credit was a fine prelude to the Christmas holidays and was enjoyedby
Director for over-all supervision.It Union ahead. At present, they are above the $13,000 mark. all.
has taken better than five .. We regret that Mrs. White is leaving us to join the staff of the On Saturday, Dec. 28, the EOPI Employees Christmas dance
months to reach this stage. Mr.. Florida State Employment Agency. We hope that her replace- was held at Bayfront Park Auditorium. Staff members of the
Leo Fishman was the original j ment will continue to build the Credit Union. F-l Opa-locka center were awarded certificates of merit by

director and was subsequently Our hardship worker, Mrs. Perry has had a series of operations Mrs. Marie Carl, executive director. Those persons receiving -
replaced by Mr. James R.Jack- She has been replaced by Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. certificates were: Joann Turner, Barbara Barker,Sandra
son who is now actively direct- Daniels. These counselors have worked hard to keep this de- Glover, Genesta Sweeting, Williemae Johnson, Sarah Kelley,
ing the program. Up to the time) '" '" \ Wendell Sturrup and Juanita Thomas.
"" .. partment up to par. They have had twenty-two cases during ,
of the '
changeover progress was I ,,\'",, this period and have succeeded to completing all of them satis-
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slow and hesitant, but picked ,
up ,.,, ,,' factory. They will continue to work in this capacity until Mrs.
speed as staff was added and became "".,.,",, ,' , ,' perry returnsCEmployment TEMPLEThe CHRIST
involved There have been I
the usual and aggravating delays 1 continues a steady pace. Mrs. Dorsett and Missionary Society, Canon T. R. Gibson, rector
\
Taylor serviced 45 for succeeded
applicants jobs. in
They plac-
with budgetary presentationsand I Mrs Florence Hepburn, Sunday, Dec. 29, the Sunday
ing 15 of these on jobs. Four were sent on job-training.
president will its
changes,but the most annoying -j sponsor an- School presented a play en-
Mrs. Williams and Mr. Jackson their efforts
1 i are combining nual New Year dinner on this "
delay was due to a lack of' The First Christmas.
space for housing. The planning t .. j I Saturday. Service from high The affair was a total success

and administrative staff should have been active but could not 6, The job development staff is proceeding with in-service noon until? Donation one dollar and was enjoyed by all.
be hired because there simply was no space here at EOPI courses in conjuction with the Florida State EmploymentService The roof is oat! The parish
headquarters to house them. Again, the changeover referredto in addition performing its malfunction of developingjobs The No. 2 choir, Mrs. Bio- hall is nearly completed.
above resulted in lost time in hiring the agents to conductthe in both public and private sectors of the business die Hunter, president will Those of you who have not contributed -
basic education and pre-vocational components. It took a community, plus working with NAB and JOBS toward a com- celebrate its anniversary Sun- so far,now is the timeto
lot of time and effort to select the proper agencies for this bined job development and pre-work program for CEP applicants day at 3 p.m. An elaborate send in your donations.
work within the limits of the budget on a competitive basis. Starting dates, recruitment procedures, and program program has been preparedfor Congratulations and special
Finding a suitable building with adequate space and equipment requirements for the Direct Skill Training Program are firm the occasion. The publicis thanks to Mrs. Theodore Gib-
was a serious problem.The program is limited to operat- and intake is scheduled to start December 16th In addition to invited. son for a delicious and delightful -
ing within Model Cities boundaries. This is understandably not the standard Federal forms, we have developed a statisticaland buffet dinner party, spon-
an area of large well lighted buildings such as requiredby reporting system of our own, have instituted.specialized! Our get-well wishes go to sored for the Council of International -
CEP. We did finally locate the right building but were faced in-service training for the Coach staff, established procedures the sick members who are Visitors, held at
with the problem of making major alterations to prepare it to and standards of all other components to become effective, shut-in and those whoare con- the home of Mrs. A. Range on
meet CEP needs Because of the unusual number of altera- have completed hiring and training of basic education, prevocational valescing.The Sunday, Dec. 29.
tions required, the Job had to be accomplished on a bid basis. and orientation teachers, set up the fiscal office Get well wishes are extended -
This is an economically sound approach but takes time. The for payroll and bookkeeping records, and made andsubmitted pastor express thanksto to Mrs. Mary Symonetteand
contract was finally met and work started on December 2nd. budget and contract final revisions in keeping with District all members and friends sincere sympathy is extended -
The job is bonded, a firm price is agreed on and completionis Director instructions. who sent him season's greet- to the family of the late
scheduled for the first week in January. Meanwhile we have ing cards and gifts. Ruth Carey. ,

begun operations in a temporarily rented store in the same -----------------------------------------,-,-------------.--
neighborhood, inadequate and uncomfortable,but workable,We MT. AARON -
have bad to set up classroom space in another building, the
Marine Reserve Training Center about two miles away.Other Rev. R. M. Hicks, pastor MODEL CITIES JOB
training space has been loaned us in Dunbar Elementary Schoolin Rev 0. L.SamplepastorOn
still another part of town. This is our physical picture and Dec. 27, we journey to
it makes for multitude of which Deerfield Beach to the Minis-
a everyday problems we try
to anticipate and solve as they arise. This program was meantto ters and Deacons Union where OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU
function! with staff under one roof, accessible to each other we render services and our
and to the enrollees.Instead we are now functioning under four pastor will preach
different roofs with a scattered staff and with all the problemsof On the fourth Sunday our
communication greatly magnified.On Building Rally will come off. CoordinatorSalary
Community Organization
the positive side we can.report a good start and We are asking your cooperation -
encouraging prospects for the future. As of this date we have .

recruited 100 enrollees for the New Careers Program, 30 en- $13,932 To $15,336 Per Year
rollees for the Operation Mainstream Program, and are recruiting MT. CALVARY

60 applicants for the MDTA institutional Program Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
scheduled to start in January. Residents of the area are walk- Phyllis Beal, reporter PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
ing into the center daily in increasing numbers. The Central This is the beginning of a 1. Master's Degree in social work, social science, education, or
Records Unit is functioning fully and has already submittedthe new year. The BTU plans to administration. '

first of its monthly reports,the supportive unit is functionOing start a very good year. We 2. Three years work experience ,
and the staff is conducting Intake and
FSES effectively are looking forward to seeing
3. Reside in Model Cities
counseling functions. The Employment Preparation Counselorand as many adults as possible. areaArea ,
staff have completed the orientation for Operation Main- Prayer meeting every '" 'f
stream and the enrollees are now being assigned work sites, Thursday night.
the New Careers enrollees first phase-in has completed Please pray for and visit CoordinatorSalary
orientation and the second phase-in has started, and all de- the sick and shut-ins. ,I
tails have been completed for starting MDTA classes on Jan. *
$6,252 per year ::
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The Mini-Brute presents PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: ''''j'4'
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1. High School graduate ,.., : "
payment book. 2. Three years work experience \ w f r.'. "
the short 3. Reside in the Model Cities area '. :\1'\1\:1: Ii
4. Must own car and have valid driver's license .: "

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Salary $4,800-$5,800, Per Yecirf. ,, :

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Y"' :.".;,4* ..
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1. Two years work experience .': .,.;'.'!'t
2-door Sedan 2. Maintain valid chauffeur's license ':., .' : ';::A: '

249 Down $49? Per Mo.. for 36 Months 3. Reside in the Model Cities areaAPPLY I"

Buick'S.new Opel KadeI12-dr. Sedan. AT THE I' I.'i flv4 '
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 10, 1969 .
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I APPRECIATIONThe IN GRATEFUL RANGEMrs. ry Spearing with........,

Eliza Susan Kelly of ,. _
family of the late 1475 NW 67th St., died Jan. 2, "

'" at her residence. She is sur- MI'1'"
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vived by her husband Alonzo; POrts" '
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three sons Ronald Willie and : .

Charles; six daughtersBloneva Y : :

Conklin, Erma Sweeting, + WU ni,a M./ 1 w ,, v.BY .
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Marie Miller, Louise Curry, 1 HARRY SPEAR
Clara McCoy and Mildred McKinney -

; a sister, Mary Blatch.
Services were held Thursdayat JETS VS COLTS FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPThe

10:30 a.m. at Saint Agnes
Episcopal Church. New York Jets of the American Football League and

Mrs. Estelle Allen of 1114 the Baltimore Colts of the National Football League will meeton
12 in Miami's Orange Bowl to decide the
M Sunday, January
NW 71st St., Apt. 1 died Jan.
2, at Jackson Hospital. She is World Championship of professional football.
third World between the AFL and
The Championship game
survived by her parents Rev.
and Mrs.Sam Brown.Serviceswere r NFL champions will be nationally televised at 3 p.m. by NBC-
held 6 in M TV and will be broadcast by the NBC radio network.
Monday, Jan.
REV. PERMAN JILES the chapel. rr'y4 This will be the first meeting between the two varsity clubs.

CURRY, t The rookies of both teams met in Baltimore on July 30 with
Mrs. Rebecca Wilson oi
of Cove- the Colt rookies winning.The .
who was the pastor
2659 NW 46th St. died Jan. 3
,
nant Baptist Church in Home- story of the World Championship game between the Jets
at Christian She is
stead, and Sweetfield Baptist Hospital. and Colts figures to be a battle between two similarly balanced -

Church, Coconut Grove, shall survived by two and granddaughters Doris Wil-- I teams with a lot of unusual extras thrown in Both teams

be forever grateful to their Ruby Lilly had standout defenses: the Jets finished first in the AFL in total -

many friends who worked un- liams; a son-in-law three i .' I defense and rushing defense and the Colts led the NFL in
two sis-
tiringly to help them in their ters.great Services grandchildren will be, held Sat I least points allowed and both quarterbacks, Joe Namath and
hours of sadness. We wish it I Earl Morral, were unanimously chosen "Player of the Year"
at 4:30 in Antioch
were possible to thank you urday, : p.m. in their respective leagues. The "extras" are abundant: the
of Brownsville.
each Individually, however to Baptist last time the Colts won a championship, Weeb Ewbank was
the members of the National Henry Guyton of 2920NW 67 coaching them and many of the same players that are starring
St., died Jan. 1. He is sur- for this team starters for
Baptist Convention Baptist Colt were the Colts' 1958-59 NFL
,
I! wit r
General State Convention, vived by his wife Josephine; a championship squad and, of course, Baltimore's head coach I
Florida East Coast Associa- daughter Annie Walker and six P"V W i'a t KjTVlli I Don Shula played underEwbankbeforesucceedinghim In 1963.

tion, Ministers and Deacons grandchildren. Services will - ------'_. _....._. Defensively the Jets and Colts statistics are virtually the Ii
Union, and the Women's Dis- be held Saturday, 3 p.m. in the same. New York, behind its quick front line, limited the opposition :;
I
trict, many many thanks. To chapel.. Margaret Brown, popular local golfer, and member of the to 240.2 yards a game rushing and passing and toppedthe

Rev. W. F. Tanner who delivered J e f f e r y Wendell Ruffin of 'Par and Birdie Club, has entered the Celebrity ProAmateurBurdine's will league in rushing defense holding rivals to 85.4 yards a :
Invitational Golf Tournament. The tournament
the very uplifting eu- 1523 NW 37th St. diedDec.28.He game. New York finished second in pass defense with a mark of '
logy, and to the director and; is survived by his mother, be played Thursday, January 16 at the Country Club of Miami 154.9 yards. Baltimore, gave up just 241.2 yards a game and
for the benefit of the HeartAssociation Miami. Entry fee is l
j staff of Bain's Funeral Home, Reatha Smith and father Earl held foes to 95.6 yards rushing and 145.6 passing Offensively "

thank you for a job well done. Ruff in. Services were held $100. the Jets behind Namath, averaged 360.5 yards with most of f
Friday, in the chapel. Mrs. Brown is a community organizer for the Greater Mi- it passing. Throwing to George Sauer, Don Maynard and Pete p(
ami Urban League as well as an avid golfer. '
Mrs. Daisy Curry, wife Wesley Rutledge of1134NW Lammons, the Jets averaged 245.6yardsacontestand ran for
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Mrs. Cleo Stroud, daughter 63 St., died Jan. 5. He is sur- an average of 114.9. The last figure couldbe deceiving in that ,
Messrs. Willie and James vived by his wife Evelyn; two 1 on at least six occasions the Jets gained more than 135 yards

Curry, sons daughters Mae B. Thompsonand rushing. In the AFL championship game, despite throwing 49
and other family members.A Doris Edgecombe; six "MY times, Matt Snell and Emerson Boozer still found time to get

grandchildren and a brother the club 144 yards on the ground. The Colts were a well

Columbus Taylor Services balanced team in 1968. They averaged 205.1 yards passing and

NOTE OF THANKSI will be held Friday, in the TIME"The 129.2 rushing for average production of 334.4 yards. Morralwas
the leader in the
NFL passing statistics. He completed
chapel. Final rites in Thomas-
ttf
Mrs.Ada Rolle,would like ville, Ga.Miss 182 of 317 for 2909 yards. Twenty-six of his passes went for
) to thank all of my friends, By PHIL DIXON TDs while 17 tosses of 5.4 per cent were intercepted. The I

', t 4 relative s and neighbors who Colts, like the Jets, have three solid front line receivers in i

remembered me whle I was Gladys Dunn of 245 NW John Mackey, Willie Richardson and Jimmy Orr. Tom Matte,

ill. -. - 7th St. Apt. 4, died Decem- Jerry Hill and Terry Cole were the work horses of the back- r
to bowl games didn't all turn out the way I saw it; however field with Matte the leader with 662 '
Words are Inadequate express ber 31, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. yards.
most of them were exciting.The most exciting of course, was
my appreciation to all She is survived by a brother DOGS TO WATCH
Bowl. The committee should be commendedfor
our own
Orange
of you. Again, thanks from the Leon Dunn, Sr. Services were
putting the game together. And as usual, Ernie Sieler had After Five Date This Julius Caesar
bottom of my heart. held in Macon, Georgia.DO : Jodie Lee speedballis
another spectacular parade and half time show.I'm wondering coming to form and heads intoa possible berth on the $31-

what he will come up with for the Super Bowl? 400-added All-Florida Championship with two back-to-back

victories and a second place finish, by a head to Jim Snell.
The computer made Sugar Ray the all time middle weight
YOU WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN champ. For those of us that saw the Sugar Man in action can PlUSh Hound: With the R. K. Hutchings Kennel. Look for a
dropdown should
move, handle lesser fields
readily say he deserved the honor. He was rather colorful any with ease.
BEER AND WINE TAVERN? Bag woman: A marathon runner who was carried wide last
,his day. A couple of the old timers said that Hank Armstrong
week, was forced to check but still
Take look at Sue & Pat's Tavern at 1523 NW 79th St., could have taken Sugar, that I would have to see in order to came through with a late
where you have 9:00 to 1:00 hours and a ready tradein believe it.Speaking. rally good enough to win a neck decision.Should handle all but
the best routers at
a real hot neighborhood and then call Stan forth. very Biscayne right now.
,
real details. of the computer, I didn't get a chance to use one Through the first 52 nights of racing, the J. E. O'Donnell

on Muhammed Ali. He stayed so busy with Champburger, he still leads the kennel standings. 0. K.Duke Kennel added three

Here is the business opportunity have been lookingfor. just conceeded, and said he would catch me later. Lots a luck winners last week to take second position and the Joe LaCroix
champ, on your fight with the rock, and from the crowd in Kennel held Its stead third spot.
If know the business and really want to take advantage -
you of a ready-made and going business, all you Champburger No.l, you had better hurry and open the others. The J. W. Ewalt Kennel added three winners to move from

w> need is $2500 cash to handle. My other victory was no contest. For Larry Little, I didn't fifth to fourth place but the biggest changes In the kennel stand-

even need any of the movies. When I say Larry, I was sur- Ings involved, the Oscar Evers Kennel and Dr. Lydia Jordan's

UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE INC. 751-8642 rounded by Jets; and of course, he just had to take what was Kennel. Evers added four winners and moved from ninth to a

coming to him. Between John Sample, Harvey Narin, Verlin tie for fifth place with the Jordan Kennel, who had.the best
Biggs and myself we roasted him for about an hour. At one record of all last week, notching five winners.

point in the sessiQn I almost felt sorry for the poor fellow;

Wfln'f but then he said he didn't need any mercy so we went at him BOB BEAMON STILL GOING STRONG
b Ifwip again. And if ever you want to be teased hard, let John Sample

know. He and Jimmy Warren are two of the best Fve seen. Olympic heroes Bob Beamon, Lee Evans and Willie Daven-

Too bad Jimmy couldn't make the session. port won as expected Saturday night to highlight the All-Ameri-

tHhiF1Ii can ,track and field games, first of 31 indoor meets this sea-
e [ The Jets of course are up in Fort Lauderdale preparing for

1 the Super Bowl. For some reason, they feel as though they son.Beamon
who set a world record of 29-21/2 in winning the
.. . ... ...... have an even chance against the Colts! The fellows have their Olympic Gold Medal in the
long jump, won his specialty witha
) pride, Ican'tfaultthemforthatasfor them winning the game, leap of 26-11. As at Mexico City, he accomplished his win-
won't happen this year. In another year or two the AFL powerhouses
ning mark on the
REPAIRS very first try. Marion Anderson of San Jose
i'. could basis with the NFL houses
play on equal power ; State was a distant second at 24-31/2.
I but now No. In the session scheduled for after the game, I've Beamon whose
Olympic long jump rates as the greatest
picked my candidate John, I hope you talk then,as you are performance in track and field history, came back an hour
STEREORADIO j talking now; I shall be watching the personal battles, to me the later to take the triple jump with a leap of 50-6.
game will be incidental. My prediction-The Colts by plenty.

,. I 1 SPORTSMAN OF THE WEEK: "Dixie Bill" seniors you NORTHWESTERN BULLS NO. 1 IN STATE

need some more practice before the next session, Bill!

Northwestern High idled Into the No. 1 spot Sunday in the

Herald's statewide basketball poll of writers and coaches.

Ii AUTO INSURANCE The unbeaten Bulls, who did not play last week, displaced

Clearwater despite two Tornado victories. Clearwater, 11-1,

FIN ANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY retained seven first-place votes but other voters reacted be-
lately to the Tornados' 17-point loss to St. Pete Gibbs over

..r 6931732AMERICA the holidays."I .
MONTHLY fAYMtMf PLAN !
Y .wT t hi n kmyboys deserved it," said Northwestern Coach
SERVICE FIRST Tom Anderson.

FURNITURE h t\ INSURANCE AGENCY Only a No. 1 effort take the Bulls past two fearsome oppo-

nents this week. Tuesday nlghUour -ratedCarolCltystorms

2300 fW 62 5fs into the Northwestern gym hoping to avenge its only loss. On
Friday the Bulls mist tackle Jackson's once-beaten club at
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Talk I Miami HighEarly

LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORSJ.

....,... BY JIMMY' "SCOOP" BETHEL MMVMMHM gested for registration the following Is clas-sug- EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEANI NGWILLIAMS' CONSTRUCTION. H. COPELAND
4400 NW 7th Avenue
ses, which will open on the Earl Edwards, Prop. & CLEANERS 2939 NW 48th Terrace
THINGS THAT MADE 1968 A GREAT TAILORS
YEAR , Mrs. Atha- dates Indicated. 1 Service Alterations 634.6233
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lie Range (member of the:Miami City Commission)was honored Capacity of each class Is FUNERALDIRECTORS Day 4842 NW 27th Avenue Additions, Fla Rms, Baths

by receiving the '68 Leonard L. Abess Human Relations limited to 30 students. Register 634.9251
Award" . Joseph Lang Kershaw(Carver Jr. High teacher) at MiamiSeniorHighAdult
defeated Dr. Roger Gunderson for the 99th District seat in the Education Center MANKER MILTON REALTORSBROWN
Monday 6701 NW 15th Avenue
State House of Representatives.Florida legislature)Kershaw through Friday from 2:30 to 691.9151 WINDOW REPAIR REALTY
became the first black man to be elected to the Legislaturesince 9:30 HENRY'S WINDOW SERVICE 4740 NW 7th Avenue
the last Reconstruction in 1891 Having Metro-Dade : p.m RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Install, Repair Windows, 754.0655
? Mortgage brokerage procedures MORTUARY
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Commissioner Earl Carroll to get things done . Gordon course: opens Jan. 7, 5253 NW 7th A venue Operators Licensed, Free Estimates
Johnson (Model City director) heading "Model Cities' Pro- classes will be held Tuesdaysand 754.0681 or 7540682IMPORTEXPORT 635.9869 DRESS SHOPSPATRICIA'SINC

gram" ..Ted Nichols(former Melbourne City Commissionernamed Thursdays from 7 to 10 .
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for fifteen
p.m. weeks. HOUSE OF 7 SEAS
by City Manager Mel Reese." ..Henry Arrlngton(the This course is designed to BOUTIQUEAfroAsian PAINTING 696.3515

most Honorable) always fighting for the people's rights, can prepare students to qualify for Fashions FAYSON & FERGUSON
now stand up and be counted as a Judge . Getting guilty con- the Florida State Examinationfor Jewelry, Perfumes Private Homes our Specialty LORY'S FASHION SHOPS
6112 NW 7th Avenue
victions against former policemen,John Creekmore and Jerry and Art, Crafts Free Estimates
Mortgage Broker 4409 NW 7th Avenue Martin W. Smith
Edwards for hanging Robert Q. Owens over a construction Mortgage Solicitor. It also of- 371-5914 or 633-4765

bridge(In his shrts) "shotguns and dogs for Miami cops) . fers a comprehensive under- ACCOUNTANTSE.O.CULMER
Metro Welfare Director Dewey Knight and his program to
standing of the legal and eco-
break the cycle of poverty..Miami Times, Editor and Pub- nomic aspects of Real Estate Public Accountant MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

lisher, H.E.S. Reeves was honored by receiving a Special Financing from the points of Income 633.3735 Tax Notary MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

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Mayor Chuck Hall always around to help those that need. er.Real estate Instruments and 691.2114

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Good food can mean good meals. Good balanced meals can liffliiMia
FOB
mean good health. You have your own health in your own hands (&-

, through your own good cooking. When we can, let us help you SALE
Family to help yourself take care of your own good health and that of SLICK BLACK
your children 7762 NW 9th AvenueOn .M' POUBLE ACTIONCOL01SWYIWIUX

HEALTH HINT--Family meal planning isn't easy,especiallywhen large duplex lot. CBS, f
I Health Dad pampers an ulcer, Junior wants to "beef up," and large 1 bedroom, 20 ft. liv- 2 MESSES HJUMIlHigATTENTION
Sis must shed a few pounds. Despite their differences, each ing room with fire place, v't) I '.'I'IIII'I""' ",1
family member needs foods which provide essential calcium, kitchen and dining area,
Center protein, iron, vitamins and minerals, fats and carbohydrates. screened in porch, partly
furnished, reverse cycle air HOUSEWIVESCOLLEGE

conditioning, refrigerator
and stove included. $350 STUDENTSEarn

4REALTYBROKER down$105 monthNo quali-
fying, no closing cost. Immediate -
"I have known many of you readers for a year and a half; occupancy within Extra MoneyIn
I met you when I came to the EOPI Day Care Center, the 2 weeks. Call owner: 371- Your Spare Time
Headstart school, the Neighborhood Centers, and other such 4972 or 865-2160 in even-
places to talk about food. ings. No Experience
Since those times, I have transferred from Headstart Nu- OPEN 7 DAYS NecessaryWe
tritionist to the Nutritionist for the Family Health Center Pro- A-I LABORNO Will Train You

gram. I am still talking about food. FEE PAID DAILY

As you families register at the center, try to give someonein WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION Drivers, Men with cars, WAITERS OR
your family my personal attention. For about an hour, we Fork lift, Laborers, Ware
Modern duplex at 6345 N. Miami Ave. Florida room, WAITRESSESNeeded
talk about what eat where buy food how and housemen. Open 5:30 a.m.
you you your ,
tile roof, gas heat, air conditioners, furniture, ap-
where, and when to find "good sales -- and, all such things pliances, FHA price $16SOO$600 down, $113.93- A-I now (for counter or

about our one favorite hobby: eating food," related Mrs. mo. Rent one side and live In the other rent free EMPLOYMENTRestaurant floor work.Over 21. Full or
Thelma Baker, nutritionist. part time,day or night shift.
.. If the doctor thinks you should eat certain foods to help im- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS Hotel
Domestic, Factory
prove your health, we talk about those certain kinds of foods Outstanding 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with every> COMPANY BENEFITS
-- how to fit them into mealsandhow, to fit these same foodsin thing. Screened in 33x16 swimming pool, 44x12 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE TIPS
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Many of you have looked really pleased that the meals you grounds, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, central APPLY:

reported that you ate, have included so many of the "right" heat, awnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc. i--MM-----. 9-11 a.m. 2-5 p.m.
foods for one day's needs. These kinds of meals are called FHA price $23,500, $1,700 down and $150.52 mo. S 800 NW 56th Street I At Following LocatlonllLUMS
balanced meals. Keeping in mind how to balance meals maybe Live rent free, lovely
a new way to help you decide what groceries to get on gro- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS bedroom, CBS home plus j
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"balanced meals" helps you make the right decision and, all double I size carport, awnings, awning windows, . 8435 S. W. 24th Street
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the way to good health. $600 Down FHA
There are many foods new to the commodity food list. If wall to wall carpeting. FHA $19,500, $900 ft 1495 NW 41st Street 2900 11045 NW NW 79th 7th Street AvenueIN

you accept your share of them, new foods,plus your share of down and $128.42 month. Outstanding beauty. 82 CBS homes, 2 bedroom,I] MIAMI BEACH

j all of the other commodity foods available for your family, and SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS large Fla room, like new, 1524 North Bay Cswy.

do your best to properly prepare these foods throughout the Most beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Large corner lot. . 18660 Collin AvenueIN
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We have recipes to help "make the most" of donated $1300, Down FHA NORTH MIAMI
you system, screened-tn tropical patio, 2 car carport, I 550 N. E. 125th StreetIN
supplies. The recipes can help have balanced meals and 2230 NW 38th Street
,
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Also, there are more recipes for all foods and commodityfoods drapes, sliding door to patio. FHA price $19,500 , corner lot. 440 CORAL South Dixie GABLES Hwy.IN .
at the Dade County home economics extension office, $900 down and $128.42 month. REALTY ,
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2690 NW 7th Ave. Either go to the office or call 633-8566. Ask 6334426 I COCONUT GROVE
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price $35,000.Cash down $9,000.Owner 54th St. .
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stove. | sets beautiful. $15,900 $1,500 down. Call =|1:
693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 754-6733 refrigerator, awnings, jalousie windows, , ,
1 wall,to wall carpeting, carport, 2 pumps and wells =$::j for appointment. =|::1::.
FHA-CBS. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, tile firs, Ige corner. for grounds. Beautifully furnished. Price only
$9,000. $600 down. $60.06 month. $15,000, reasonable down payment and $125 mo ;|;1j FHA & VA RESALES ;|111

pays everything. Must see to appreciate* :: $100 down to Vets and Displaced persons. ::1$::

FHA3 bdrm, 1 bath, porch, gar. Lovely area. iiF::::::;:;::::::;:::::::;:;:*:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:::t.;"::::::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN!
$12,500, $700 down $93.55 month.
Nice 3 bedroom home at 1876 NW 93rd Terrace.

FHA CBS. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, din, porch, garage, Florida room, enclosed porch, pump & well, for AETNA REALTY

Conveniences. $12,500. $800 down. $83.55 month. gross, fenced patio, awning windows, air condi-
tioner, stove, refrigerator. Price only $10.000. 144 NW 45 STREET
FHA CBS. Near school,2 Ldrm, 1 bath, Ige Fla.
Low down payment and reasonable monthly payments.NO CBS, 2 homes, live in one, rent the other. Pricedto
room, garage. $13,000, $800 down, $87 month.
sell $18,000. Fantastic See
RED TAPE-MOVE RIGHT IN! now at terms. today.

FHA CBS. LARGE HOME. 5 bdrm, 2 baths, Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath frame home at 720 6141 NW 6 AVENUE

., 'ibrory, liv rm, din rm, 2 kitchens, large work rm, NW 53rd St. Large Fla room, Urge open front CBS, 2 bedroom, enclosed porch, carport, fenced.
tile rf, terr firs, Ige concrete driveway. $21,000. porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting, cornices, FHA $12,000, only $400 down (Vets and 221 people
$1200 down. $136.71 month. drapes, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Price $100)). NO CLOSING COSTS. $80.09 monthly.
WE HAVE OTHERS only $10,000, Reasonable down paymentandterms. Hurry' Hurryl I Hurryl I

2455 NW 55 STREETCBS
WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES 3 bedroom, almost new, built-in kitchen,
YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR priced at$14,500.E-Z down, E-Z monthly. Be first.
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING 530 NW 69 STREET
SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
CBS,2 housespool.FHA $18,000NO CLOSING
j- COSTS. Live almost rent free. Bring deposit toW
il a v|!
ESTABLISHED BAR, PACKAGE STORE 1869 84 STREET

AND COMPLETE ITALIAN RESTAURANT REALTYBROKER 3 bedroom, bargain, FHA $9,300$300 down (Vetsor
221 people $100 down), monthly $72.80. Needwe

Building, land, and licenses Lock, stock soy more?
cash handles. Special I 2182 NW 86 TERRACECBS
and barrel. $10,000
3 bedroom, huge living and dining room,
: terms. If you are an experienced operator and 4932 NW 7th Ave. built-in kitchen, furniture, total price $14,000.

can take advantage of a once in a lifetime Downpayment and monthly payment tailored to
PL 9-4371
budget. A "must" seell
deal I, then call Stan for details.i your
MANY MORE SEE EM' ALL
CAROL ,CITY SHOPPING, CENTER

r UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE, INC. SUITE/ 203 624-3666 AETNA REALTY ( Broker)

4600 NW7f/> AVENUE 151-8642 Open ':Evenings Sundays 811 NW 54th STREET HONE: 151-5124
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CLASSIFIED ADS ,HELP. CIVIL WANTEDU.S. SERVICE Draperies MISCELLANEOUS taken dovn,, Motel GIRL) Manager FRIDAY wants on at.

I JOBS cleaned, decorator folded and tractive assistant Must be.
Int.lIl.lIent
flood with figures
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL-WORD.i MEN AND WOMEN renting.. Lustra-tone DraperyService some typing, etc 6
18 to 55 887- OZ2. (Indef)) day w..k. Start $310 per
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Start as high as,$4680 first month Tahiti Motel 16901
Collins Avenue.
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I year. United States Citizens
only Gramma school educa- LOTS FOR SALE
FQRSALE FOR SALE FOR RENT I
tion usually sufficient. Keep Choice Neighborhoods ROUTE SALESMANGood

HOMES FOR SALE N.W. 16 lots, TRUMAN City, west Rest ,home. To you aged men your present job while train- W. Buy or SelLand\ starting salary plus
$600 DOWN FHA of airport. Call 758-1872. and women, here we have a Ing. For free information and Need Money, See Baron Com.11 s Ion. Progressive

4 bedroom, carport, 2910 NW (Jan. 24)TWIN nice clean and quiet rest for list of positions for which we 538.1340 salary increases, unlimited

157th Terrace. 3 bedroom, you. It is called King Festi- train Call in Miami 7580501or promotional opportunists,

carport, 4431 NW 175th St. val's Rest. Rest at your best mall Coupon to ALPHA 905 5 day week, paid holidaysand

Drive by then call 9812355or 3020 NW 58th Street over at your King Festival's Buena Vista Station, Miami, Agents WantedAgents paid vacations, good

621-8921 for appointmentto 3030 NW 58th Street Rest. Your needs are given Fla. 33137. pension plan, fret life Insurance
see. Do not disturb owners. $400 DOWN you from the heart of King NAMEADDRESS to sell The Miami and (free hospital

George W. Branch Broker- CBS, like new, 2 bedroom, no Festival. Call Mrs.Roundtree Times are wanted all over insuranct. Apply: National

5821 Hallendale Beach Blvd. closing costs, large living 693-0481. Florida and Georgia. They Linen Service, 1950 NW

room, separate dining room, CITY STATE- may be boys and girls or 1st Avtnut.
AVON PRODUCTS modern kitchen, large utility Room for employed lady in adults. Make spending

Many of your favorite productson room, city water, no closing private home. 633-4650. PHONE AGE money. Write or call Mrs.
sale now. Call for orders costs. See and call owner 693- Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave.,

now 633-4330 or stop by 1475 2631. Room. Quiet. Reasonable rent 6910421. BURDINE'SMIAMI

NW 41st Street Anytime. for middle age man. Prefer- FEMALE. Experienced short
EACM
STORE
$73 MONTH PAYSALL able one that works during day. order cook. 51/2 days. 101 MIAMI This MERIDIAN B AVE.

CBS duplex, only 12 years old. $200 down, buys nice small 2 759-3360. NW 20th St. Mom's Restau PRETTY
Large fenced lot. FHA price bedroom CBS total only$8,500 rant. ImmediatePlacement .
$12,000. $400 down. $80.09 FHA. A. Ben-Kori Realtor, Room in private home. 2491 ,EXOTIC GIRLS .'

month. TUBIN Realtors, 7906 anytime, 759-2425. NW 59th St. 634-2264. MALE OR FEMALE 5'6" and over wanted now

NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. Silk and wool presser,experi- to train for photographic WAITRESSESWho
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH'Open Room.. 696-3273. 1773 NW 51
enced and 24 Call
only. 12f $. magazine work February 1.
FHA $450 down. $90.10 month Sunday 3831 NW 171 Terrace.A 945-7161. (Indef.) prefer diy Khtdulti
Must bt willing learn.
2 bedroom, CBS Fla. room, St. plus large extra room. A to .-With en*or two early' tvonlni:
dinner MrvlniiAttrictlvo
awnings, large fencedlot.Seller very nice large home, vacant one bedroom apartment fora HELPWANTED MALE None other need apply. unlformi ,rovM dAt

pays closing costs.TUBIN $500 FHA $15,500 total, $125 nice quiet couple, at 8036 AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC 379-3581or v'.r tround .mlll our
Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. month pays all, Hurry on this NW 12th Court. Near busline. Permanent job with National '358.1065 fltt wiltroiMi Indudlni tnlor UP to 1SH. r.r"bt dltcountprlvllttn. .>
691-4785. one, call me for details A. Call after 4 p.m. 696-9197. organization. Opportunity for .

Ben-Kori Realtor, anytime advancement, good start- Apply

FHA $9,500 total price. $300 759-2425. room for a nice quiet ing salary, progressive sal- !, IONNE'M' OFFICE M,
down, 63.52 month. 2 bed- person at 1029 NW 95th St. ary increases, overtime after Or 1D fell tor uppointmintt t 33/..

room CBS close in. Sell pays 2 CAR GARAGE Near busline.Call after 4 p.m. 40 hours, pension plan, free CocaColaBOTTLING An EauM Opportunity Employs l

closing" costs. TUBIN Real- Beautiful home and income. 696-9197. major medical hospitalization -; CO,

tors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- Lovely 2 bedroom custom life insurance. MILK
4785. built, plus garage apt. $1200 2 rooms. New furniture. 1 with ASK FOR MR. COUTURE RouteSalesman I ROUTE

down FHA terms, less for private bath and entrance. NATIONAL LINEN SERVICE SALESMEN

FOR SALE OR RENT Vets. Call to inspect this one. Single or couple. Twin beds. 1950 NW 1st Avenue

House. Very reasonable. Call A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 759-2425 6253057Nice $90-$145( PerWeek Depending
PL 4-4997. clean one bedroom'un- MISCELLANEOUSWANTED Salary while on Rout. Availability.
3 BEDROOMa furnished apt. in a quiet place. EXCELLENT Opportunityfor
large home for a big family. training with record
6306 NW 15th Ave. CallFR 1- men proven
$700 down. Move' In today. 4 ONE USED STENOGRAPH .
be 21 of dependability on estobllshod
Plus extra sleepingroom$350 Must or
9797 or NE 41886. Ask for over
MACHINE
bedrooms 2 baths.-15761 NE
route. Advancement
15th Court. Owner. down FHA $13,500 total $112a Kelly. Please call Mrs.Briggs The and a resident of Into (upervleion determined
month pays all. A.Ben-Kori by work p.rformanc..Sub.
Miami Times Thursday or theGreater
Realtor 7592425.2DUPLEXESSPECIAL. Room itantlal benefit In-
anytime. program
: Private bath. NE 5-
from 1-7 691-
Friday
RIVERIA BEACH p.m. Miami ludlng profit sharing 2 week
2 bedroom, 1 bath, $1500 cash 3845. 0421. paid 'vacation! 6 holiday
total price. 534-2658. Area off with pay, life and malor ..
READ THE FINE PRINT
medical insurance, etc 5
HELP WANTED Apply in at:
Property Maintenance. Paint- person
2 deluxe bedroom duplexeswith day work week-Wed and
3 houses. CBS, tile roof,hard huge cedar-lined walk-in ADULTS '- RETIREES brand repairs. Air-work 301 NW 29th Street Sun.;off. Uniforms supplied

wood floor corner. 4 bed- closets and lots of luxury fea SCHOOL BOYS guaranteed. 691-1836. between 10 a.m. Apply ,Personnel Office

rooms, 2 bath, 3 bedrooms, 2 tures. If bought as four units NEED MONEY? and 3 FOREMOST DAIRIES
baths, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. the down payment would be Try a Miami Herlad newspaper 5-speed STOLEN purple and white p.m. 2165 NW 17th Avenue

Central air conditioning and about $4,000 and well worth it. route. For informationcall. Western Flyer bicycle with Monday through Friday Mon thru Fri. 9.5 p.m.

heat. You must qualify. VA or But the remarkable thing is 3502487. Mr. Bennettor banana handlebars taken from Equal Opportunity Employer
FHA. Call Michael 624-8839. Mr. demons. (Jan. 24))
that we might be able to sell Brinson's Grocery, NW 15th
3140 NW 157th Terrace. them as 2 duplexes at only Avenue and 63rd Street on New
(Jan. 31)) about $800 down each. This BARBER WANTED. Experi- Year's Day.Reward.Call 696-
not Dave'sArtistic
will take some arranging but ence necessary. 0385 if you have information.
Duplex lot. Ready to build on it is a terrific deal. Call us Barber Shop, 1090 WIREMENElectronic
NW 62nd St. (Jan. 31))
corner NW 5th Ave. and 82nd for the facts.HOLLEPETER. MRS. GRACE

Ter. Call Jack Dubin, Jefferson & POST, INC. READER AND ADVISER Wrremen for chassis and printed circuit
Realty, Realtors, 759- Realtors Full charge bookkeeper, 5 day auemWy. ShouM.be familiar with. color codes and
Solve any prblem you have, able to read wiring........
8561. 844 SE 1st Ave. Ph: 373-7376 week. 371-1692.
no matter what it is. Such
...... Ap>Ply.
problems as love, health,
"FHA" $76 MONTH PAYS ALL HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU business etc. First time in MILGO ELECTRONIC CORP.

2 BEDROOM DUPLEX 2 bedrooms, CBS, $10,000 Applications are now being accepted America. She,has helped many 7601 N.W. 37th AVE.

Excellent location, young, total price, $9,700 FHA mortgage with some Immediate all over the world and she can As ri..l Arr rl.shi, ",r.f
large 2 bedroom each side
home $500 cash includes opening for EXPERIENCEDSteno help you. All readings private.She .
plus income Price$19400. -
,
Reinhold
everything. Richard will answer one free
and File Clerks,Day and ques-
$900 down plus all closing & Co., Inc., Realtor, 14444 W. Night Waiters and Waitresses, tion. Call 758-5919. Located
costs. Drive 3101 NW 9th
Avenue then by call us Fenster Dixie Highway,N. Miami 949- Porters, Ware-washers, 128 NW 77th Street. Miami, HELP WANTED MALE

Realty Broker 759-8779. 6371. Housemen, Night Cleaners, open 7 days a week 9 a.m. til BANK PORTER
,
Night Coffee Shop Hostess .. 8 p.m. There is no pity for
Permanent position. 2 p.m. shift, 5 day week. Drivers
FOR RENT NOW IS THE TIME to apply in those who need help and don't
ATTENTION INVESTORSAre license required. Excellent employee benefits. Apply
at our Personnel Office, 10 come for It. One visit to Mrs.
you looking for retirement HIALEAH APARTMENTSNo personnel dept.
to 4 4441 Collins Grace will make you feel you
? 18 units, all furnished. children. 1 and 2 bedroom a.m.Avenue Miami p.m.,Beach. are somebody again. Call fora MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK
We have an excellent value for apartments include refrigerator (Equal Opportunity Employ.r)
(Jan. 17) n appointment. (Jan. 17)
you. Good returns on your In- range, unfurnished, re- ,_uo U_0 0 U_U uuui ...............__ 531-0711 1651 Alton Rood
vestment. Lots to talk about. painted. Water free. 1 bed- !:::::-i-: :: :::;::.so; : :;:; :;:::;?::;m ;:;:;:Y:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;: Miami Beach

Call us for all information. room $18 week or $69 month. ..

Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- 2 bedroom $20 week or $79 .swrB
8779. month. Convenient toshoppingand >> FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP

working areas around Hia- Earn extra money. Night work. 5-9. Also day

LOTS! LOTSI! leah. Hi-Lo Apartments, 2490 r work.

2 corner beautiful lots.75x110 NW 4th Ct. #1 Hialeah, Mgr. t:: tf-.H.m- l r: Flat, work, feeders, folders. Good wages.

each. Priced for quick 'sale. Mrs. Williams 887-0763. jf OPPORTUNITY j Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation.or .
Location on corner NW 32nd APply' between 10 & 5 No
over. a.m.
Ave. an 214th St. (Liberty House. Newly painted. 2 bedrooms f: Ar. you looking for a lob that opens the door to something ::: calls please. National Linen Service p.m.
Gardens Also nice lot in $25 week. Call 373- c:: better than the ,same old day to day routine that 1 phone 4
Washington park). Call us for 7973. : seems to leadup a blind alley? :: 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.

information,Fenster Real- respectable i We offer you a chance to )learn the convenient store ;
ty 759-8779. Nice rooms for
Quiet neighborhood. }:;:: business and be paid while learning. ::
people. f
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath 691-7076. Mr. Johnson. :;:: We have many openings for people who are earnestly :::: WAGE EARNING CLASSES

screened porch, fenced yard, :::: seeking a bettor and more, secure future.". :: AvailQble
sprinklers, close to bus,shop- 1 bedroom CBS apt $19.00 %; We Offer: ::'lrt 'HOMEMAKERSLindsey
ping FHA $300 down $80.78 2 bedroom CBS duplex $30.00 .
1. Immediate and steady employment Hopkins Education Centerfor
month, Veteran or displaced 1 bedroom CBS duplex $19.00 y 2. Liberal vacations
person $100 down Atlanticand DEPOSIT REQUIRED :i: 3. Group life Insurance and hospltallsotlon information Phone 350.3231 '--

Pacific Realtors, 666- WEST REALTY ::+' 4. Credit union :: Alterations (Ladies' Ready to, Wear) Mon.
Street ,% 5. Profit sharing planApplications y'
0411. 2020 NW 62nd Custom ''Mon.
Drapery Making
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(Open 9 a.m. 12:30) taken doily 9-5 at: j
also Mon. & Thurs. '7-10 '

Upright piano, lovely tone for, Room In nice home for work- f 7 ELEVEN STORES } Gourmet Party Foods Thurs.
good condition. Just right (Jan.10))
to share with same. 1770 E. 4th Avenue Hialeah
one who wants lovely piano. ing lady
a 691-3201. ..mxXXXXxX'X: : : ; -X-SlX .xxX': ; ;* ;;::;
Only $200. Call 691-1947.



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