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Publication Date: January 17, 1969
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I:: Was Jesus Black? I ikllfiNiTEMPORA .


;i1 ij: DETROIT- s: and the historical Jesus was Black,"said the Rev. Albert'jij :
:::: B. Cleage, Jr., pastor of the local Shrine of the Black Madonna :S MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS
:ij:::: as he spoke in Night Call, the national telephone 1
11 jij: radio call la program. Rev. Cleage went on to say that : Vol. 46, No. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 17, 1969NAACP
:|:: "White Christians have interpreted Christianity as if the
jij: historical Jesus was white,and this makes the Christianity 1
;>: that B1 a c k people are trying to follow very dif-: To Sue Against
[|::: ficult. :
jj:;:: Rev. Cleage contends that it is imperative for Black : ,
1 jji::: people to discover that Jesus was Black. ,America has 11!
[::: tended to destroy Black people. U Jesus was white,then ::: Black Dormitories StudiesNEW
::jij:: he's on the other side of the Black revolution. .and I don't :::! Campaign To ,
::1 jg: see how we'll be able to stay with him very long." ':i
;i:iji: Rev. Cleage said that America must find the true history :::;: YORK. Roy Wilkins Wilkins said these demands Wilkins made the statementto
jiji::1 of the Black man in order to escape the damage the :ij;:I Make King's head of the National Association represent, "111 essence, the about 200 NAACP repre- I
;jj:: white man has done. "One way to do this is for the Black ::j: for the Advancement of setting up fo racially based sentativesfrom throughouttheUnited
1::1 j man to discover.that Jesus is Black. .and to escape the 1i;; Colored People said Mondaythe Jim Crow schools," and lie States at the 60th an-
'::3..: feeling of inferiority because He is the Son of God." :ji:;:I Birthday A NAACP would< go to courtto said the use of public tax nual corporate meeting of the
:Si: Rev. Cleage bases the claim that Jesus was Black on |: block the creation of monies to do this was believed association at the park Sheraton
jij::::: his historical fact "The Jews of the Old Testament were :ij:: "autonomous" black studies by him and NAACP lawyersto Hotel. He repeated the
>:jj;:: a non-white people. They began with Abraham,who was a :jj::{I Holiday programs and black student be unconstitutional. statement and elaborated at a E I
::jij:: Black, man and came from Chaldea which'was Africa,and ji;:" dormitories on college cam- . If some white Americans news conference after delivering I
;:jij; all of the people who originated In and came from Africa jj!:":: NEW YORK. The Rev. puses. torn and confused by to- the speech. .
::j:: are black people. They intermingled and intermarried.. :ji:;: Ralph D. Abernathy Sunday day's clamor of some black ,I
K; Cleage stated. And since Jesus was Jewish, If he was :ij ijj :;:: opened a national campaign to The statement put Wilkins, students, should accede offici- Wilkins emphasized that he \
:- then he was Black. The white Christans have known this :ij::::: have Congress and the President executive director of the na- ally to the call of separate dor- and the NAACP were not op- Y
1 ji:| all along, but they wouldn't dare tell us." ::1;:::: recognize Martin Luther tion's oldest and largest civil mitories and autonomous racial posed to the teaching of : :
:ijij::: The original Hebrews (Jews) were Black,then are now :ji:;::: King Jr. as the nation's first rights organization, in direct schools within collegesand courses in black studies, and '\,
1 ijij 1 black, Jesus had to be black since he is a descendant of 1:$:: Negro hero.Abernathy. opposition to Negro students universities, there will be la fact, the NAACP has apro- '
:j-i:::; the original black man..The original Old Testament documented :iji: said in Harlem across the country now demanding court action to deter mine any- gram in which it attempts
;jiij:ti the origin Jesus.However,white people,for reasons 1|:: that he hopes to have a million black studies pro- one's right to use public tax to get black history courses
:jij: of their own, changed the contents of the Holy Bible" :ji:;::: signatures on a petition to have grams which they control and funds to set up what are patently taught in high schools and col I
:iji:::: ..which states as follows: :ji:;:::;; King's birthday, Jan. 15, de- dormitories for black students Jim Crow schools," he leges. )
:jjij "His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white ;ij:;j::: clared a national holiday. only. said.
:jij:} as snow; and his eyes were as flames of fire; :ij;;:: "Such a declaration, he
:jiij::: And his feet like unto fine brasses as if they were burnjj:jj:::":: said, would give pride to the
:$::: ed in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many ::;::::i: black people of this country ,
:: waters." Revelation 2114-15. :ji:;::: and provide President-elect JYW 1 '" S M +n4 \y

::jij:: Rav. Cleage placed the responsibility for Interpreting 1 ij:;!::1 Nixon with a chance to perform t
j: what's happening in the Black community to the white comij:ij;::: his "first act of atonement for T TM1
:jiji::: munity and the white churches. He said that If the white jj jjiiji :::ji the' backward step he took laj ,
;1 community feels threatened by the Black revolutions,then i 1j|;j: not appointing a .Negro to his t t till
:ijij::: the white church should explain that Black power does not :iiijij ;::j: Cabinet." ,
:::: threaten white. Rather, Black power contributes to the ;j;::j: Asserting that Kingcon-
|:;: good of everyone because it is helping the black man re- :ij;;::; trflmted as much to the nation -
:jiji::: build and this rebuilding gives him a sense of pride jj::> as Washingtonand
i jij: The good Rev. Cleage, Is considered the most radical :jji;: coin, Abernathy said holiday ,
jii:; of th e Black ministers, also went into the question of jj;:s{ In his honor would provide
8 i; whether it might not be more practical for Blacks tot jjj jj black people "with the pride
4
, ijij: :; identify with Judaism. He said that Black people in Baking ;:l! and hope In the nation they "
$: ,Christianity back to its originalrouteinJudaismand t king ':: heed!to have to remain loyal." /)
:'iji::; from it the distortions of the Apostle Paul, tried to $: wxu + ..jk II
i:1: put in where they tried to take Judaism to the white :ji;! k + r ,a w rr, '
;|: Gentiles,would we well advise to incorporate into Black %; Contract 1C ,
<<
%: c bur c he s,many of the basic elements of Judaism. He :I .
$:# stated that in the coming year be planned to experiment :ijiiji :: ,
r Awarded
For <<
1; in his church with Jewish holidays that are meaningful to 1 C f/ '
fj::: Black, "since they were originally back* He is thinking :jij:! + .
;:jj:::; of the concept of Israel's escape would lead black people ::1 jijj ; 368 Urban
'j: in the "United States to thinking of escaping to Africa." :ij;
:g:: This theory was expounded by the Herald-Dispatch News- f ijii :!i Units '
;i 1| paper, based on the West Coast, more thana decade ago. ::?!Renewal
:|: The HeraldDispatch, black owned, and its black woman :jjj 1
:i A Westinghouse subsidiary
iS:: editor, are considered a decade ahead of time. 1j 1j.y'
: : Tuesday won a contract to develop Joining together for a group picture is the newly elected Board of Direc-
,,:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:.n.n.n':-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.-:.:-:..:-..:.:..:,..:..:.-:,-,.:......:...:..>..>..............o!....".'..."'............................<.!jiMMMfV.U.AW. .r..: the third, and largestyet tors of the Fraternal Order of Transit Employees. The new board members

low cost housing project are, seated, from left: L. Rolle, treasurer; E. Sacco, vice president Rolfe ,
In Miami's urban renewal
Georgia LegislatureHas area. president; G. Holloway, secretary. From left, standing, are the committee
The Metro Commission chairmen: A. Dixon, budget 'and finance; W. Seymore, safety; T. Walker,

agreed to sell to Urban'Systems publicity; R. Baker, welfare; E. Morrhon, social and recreation; D. McGhee,

Development Corp.a 17- membership; I. Sharpe, auditor; J. L. King, bylaws and charter; L. Kinsey,
14 NegroesWhen acre parcel for 267000. ft grievance.
will build a $4.5-million, 368-
unit townhouse, garden and ,
highrise apartment complex.

the 1969 Georgia Gen- where there will be 12 Negro Urban systems won out over
eral Assembly was gaveled to assemblymen. three other bidder's in getting U.S. Gives $26 Million'
order Monday morning, it included its second project in the near
14 Negro legislators, Facing the General Assem- downtown renewal project.
the largest number In modern bly this year is the state bud- The decision came after the
times and a number that Is reportedly get and a hot issue of whether Metro Commission twice delayed For Dade RenewalCoconut '
larger than any other or not to raise taxes -- and action, pushing the final
how. vote to,the last day on which
state in the United States with f
they could legally act.
of Illinois.
the exception
The successful bidder into the Model City are .west
pledged to apartments for Dade will get $26 million in of the North-South Expressway Grove: Some hous- :
Returning to the legislatureas M-DJC Drops $101 a month for onetwobedroom federal funds this year to be- between NW 36th St. and ing rehabilitation grants and .,
veterans are State Senators units to $155 month for gin renewal of 10 blighted NW 79th St. Sewer and water loans. Sewering of part of the
Leroy R. Johnson and HoraceT. 'Huck Finn'After areas scattered throughout the '
four-bedroom units. lines will be laid in about one- area.
Ward, State Representatives There will be 114 three bedroom < county, the U. S. Departmentof quarter of the area, the pres- Hialeah: Planning for the \
William Alexander,H. UBS Protest and 44 fourbedroomunits. Housing and Urban Development ent MTA bus terminal will be civic center complex. First I
Julian Bond, Benjamin Brown, (HUD) announced last available to homeowners steps in
"HucMeberry Finn," Mark The townhouses, with help reversing decay of
J. C. Daugherty, Mrs. GraceT.
Twain's classic novel of life in three and four bedrooms, will Friday. improve their property. Seminola area, a small resi-
Hamilton and John Hood, Missouri, has been dropped sell for $15,900 and $16,900, Another $29 million has The remainder of the $26 dential Island In the develop
all of Atlanta. from the required reading list with financing attractive been reserved to continue the million will pay for the first ing Industrial section.
of a Miami -Dade Junior Col- moderate Income families. rehabilitation in 1970 1 officials stages of rehabilitation inparts Edison Park: Purchase
From Augusta, Rep. R. A. lege-North course at the request Social sponsor for the pro- of Metro's Little HUD of Hialeah, Miami two square blocks to be rede-
Dent is a returnee as is Rep. of Negro students who ject, located at the southeast have been informed. Beach, northwest Miami, veloped In housing as the first
Albert Thompson of Co- found it embarrassing. corner of NW 20th St. and the About half this year's grant South Miami, Coconut Grove, step In renewal of the area
lumbus. Ambrose Garner, vice North-South Expressway,is will be spent in downtown Mi- Goulds and Perrine. bounded by 1-95, NW 62nd St.,
president in charge of the the Inter-Faith Agency for Social ami, speeding redevelopmentof The grant is Dade's first UDder the FEC tracks and NW 53rd
Joining the, veterans are North Campus, and George Justice, a group of the area between the new the new federal Neighborhood ,St. I
four freshman legislators who Bergen, chairman of the Eng- churches active in the ghetto. North-South Expresswayand Development Program, a South Miami: Purchase of .
are E. J. Shepherd D.G, Ez- lish department there, said a The group joined with Ur- the Miami River and be- streamlined successor to the scattered sites in the Lee Park :
zard and James E.Dean of Atlanta majority of the English faculty ban Systems on a $2-million ginning the purchase of land traditional urban renewal pro area for development Inhous- r
and Bobby Hill of Savan members agreed to stop requiring 151-unit townhouse apartment for the proposed downtown grams. inguand playgrounds. The city
nah. All four were elected to the book for freshman project to be started soon at junior college branch. Other projects contemplated will Install sewers la that
th e House of Representatives English composition students. NW 17th St. and Fourth Ave. Nearly $4 million will go for 1969 are: __ area. 4 4r


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J. THE' MIAMI'TIMES.. .. Friday, January 17, 1969 --y


I I CBS " Perversion" Of History. Draws Sharp Protest \ I


of phase "close look" at black experi- Black Nationalism In Ameri- the Southern Christian in six lectures, beginning
interpreter
NEW YORK.-The National as an any In Conference Is the April 16 the syllabus says an
Leadership
Association for the Advance- of Negro life? ence with CommunistsandSo- ca" Is assigned three days attempt will be made "to
panelist
Aside from the biased tone cialists. coupled with three for only recognizable assess
has May
ment of Colored People of the cast of charac- the signifance of Malcolm .
strongly protested the"Biased imparted by the treatment After Jack O'Dell gives two "New Directions, New Tendencies outside series. X ... the Nation of Islam
point of view" being pre- the selection of lecturers, the lectures on the "Depressionand ." One of the pane- ters of the are allotted to of course,also is included...",
sented In the current CBS tele- series reinforces the suspicion Blacks and the Labor lists for these is a well-known Three days However
and his Universal no such
speci-
vision series, "Black Heri- that it is not history, but Movement" comes the special Black Separatist from a mid- Marcus Garvey not Black not ficity is contained in the summary .
tage." In a four-and-a-half political theory, (a) by giving interpretation of the past 25 dle western ciy. Negro ( of the five lecture
Improvement
letter to Frank Stanton, more than forty telecasts years. Here the topics fit into The separatist position Afro-American) on
page Some of the six W. E. B. Du Bois beginning
president of the Columbia (slightly less than 40 per cent) the general plan In greatest should certainly represented Association.
Feb. 25. The syllabus
Broadcasting System, NAACP to the period since World War "Protest and Rebellion but the panel is billed as lectures in the third week of says
Executive Director Roy Wilkins II, and (b) by equating black in the North" isgivensixtelecasts. containing "several observers February Include "an attemptto
assails the"perversion"of activity in "more or less conventional Korea and Vietnam get from various per- assess the role of BookerT.
history as indicated by the politics" with a three. "The Resurgence of spectives." Andrew Young of Washington."

syllabus of the 18-week program ,

.
The full text of the Wilkins ,. 'At' ? ',
letter, dispatched Jan. 8, fol- k k : .. .
: .
lows: ;: i"J'X: .. l
The Columbia Braodcastlng : :

System Is tobecommendedforconceiving the Idea of an Intensive -: : ;.i ; t;'

.
television series on .
the history of the Negro in '". .. ; \ .
America. In the present crisis .oJ< ", ti..t':.'
between black and white
Americans any education of
both races In the true historyof
Negro Amercans Is val-
uable, and an'. 18-week daily
program schedule Is unques-
tionably a serious effort. It is
nothing short of tragic,there- +g 'a. t1ti i 1ht
fore, that our praise for CBS
cannot extend beyond Its good
Intentions.
Judging by the first two pro-
grams and, especially by the
official syllabus, the presen- ;.I
tation Is hopelessly flawed. It .It
is quite clear that "Black .
Heritage" will not>be a his- /
tory of Afro-Americans,
but an interpretation of his- ,
tory from a single point of
view: the contemporary left- P
of-center black militant mi-
..
nority view,liberally garnished d. fb
with the thrust for a new
apartheid.
In fact, the second programon
Jan. 7 thrust blackseparatism -
forward In specific lan-
guage as well as In the subtle
disparagement of the advances
opened up for Negro Ameri-
cans in employment, housing,
public education and politics.It .
may be, of course, that in ,tt

108 ment half-hours will develop, some American treat- Mrs. Athalie Range, Alvin White and Trudy Bruce look over the assortment

Negro history not tied to the of free looks being offered at First Federal's Roosevelt office.
emergency(since 1965)) of the FREE !
cult of "blackism."
Negro history in the United

States beauty,Is of a thrilling thing of successesand pain and Your choice of any one of 5 fine books on

despairing failures, of

stubborn and assaults seemingly upon bar-impossible NEGRO CULTURE, THE AMERICAS, AND JAPAN

riers so high,so solid,so cunningly -
contrived and viciously -
maintained as to drive a less (1::.Ak When you,open a new account
hardy and less resourceful
people to suicide.As ..1 or add $10 or more to your present account! .
'
tures and we study note the the language list of lec-of Atu.w Recommended by Mrs. Athalie Range, Miami City )i < I .::,

the summaries we are forced Commissioner, these fine books will bring your family :f 1 ; f '. '
conclude that this history, the joys of good And 2 ,
like so many that have been .FlratFUmUScvtligt.......""..._.. reading. your FIRST FEDERAL '.f : ,
recorded down through the savings account will earn generous dividends as you save :t\

centuries, will biased.With for your children's education and other worthwhile purposes. All you <'j ';:-',
'but few exceptions, the men do is open your FIRST FEDERAL savings account for ten dollars .
or more. t. :
wedded to of
are one point r.
view, one Interpretation of Or, if you already have an account, simply add ten dollars to it. \ ,.t .

events. Then you get any one of these five excellent hard cover books free: .' .:}:.
Some of the lecturers are :
newcomers to this arena. One "The Adventures of the Negro Cowboys" ; x {".:':
such IsStaughtonLyndwhose "Famous American Negroes" ""
{'
directions, dedications and "The First Book of Jazz""Young ::'. "
i :
: 1 .
activities are well-known. Mr. : .
Lynd no doubt counts it an hon- People's Story of the Americas"1:.; ::: : :,

or- and a vindication of sorts "Let's Travel in.Japan" .... ." :,'i' It;
-- not to be "accepted" In the ." :.'t"t .. ,,(.
meaning of that word. But the We must limit this offer. It expires February 20, 1969 . ."
question arises as to whyCBS and only one free book can be given for each account. ".' ". "

should engage Staughton Lynd, So come in and open your FIRST FEDERAL savings .
a man come to public notice account today. See how fast your funds will grow. .
.
only In the past few years by and enjoy the gift of a good book.ROOSEVELT \CA'S It '. I ;,.'
of (-
reason hishobnobblngwithCastro k/
the Vietcong and the : .
North Vietnamese In Hanoi,to OFFICE t ISlA .: .ti
bare even one word to say on .: .

an series.Is Afro-American. history First Federal Savings :* : ; ;'

the ser les really one }
.
of Afro-American historyor AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I OF MIAMI I I It i ;.t:; tl* '
j <
'
is It something more, AMERICA'S; OLDEST FEDERAL...LARGEST IN THE SOUTH k . "",*'
"
$
something embodying the W. H. WALKER JR. CHAIRMAN .". <
political DERp ,,', .
beliefs of Staughton 6O15 Northwest 7th Avenue ,
'
Lynd know of Afro-American :
history? What are his creden-
tials, if not as an historian.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Fri'ay, January 17, 1969 3



Drastic Changes Kidnappers Jailed On $6,000 : I



Pushed In WelfareProgram Deerfield Beach Ransom Try-

DEERFIELD BEACH er of Hallandale.The with the children, aged 3 to 21. went to the Stubbs house and
Two extortion suspects were other suspect, Wrightman "I don't know what Iwas doing gained entrance by posing as
in Deerfield Beach Jail Fri- Kelley, 20, also of Hollywood ," Mrs. Stubbs said. "I Insurance men. But the gun-
day after what police said was was booked on six probably did everything wrong. man there got the drop on them
an attempt to force the motherof charges, including kidnappingfor But all I could think of was and forced them to strip.

NEW YORK- A highleveltask million persons In the welfare four to pay $6,000 ransom. ransom. getting help for my children." "There were three little
force has urged Presi- system the AFDC program One of the suspects, Ralph The men showed up at Mrs. "At the bank, she kept ask- kids and a young woman and
dent-elect Richard Nixon to covers; most of the remain- Seymour Jr.,22,Hollywood, Charles Stubbs' house, police ing for loan officer Charles there I stood naked as a jay-
adopt immediate and sweeping der. was booked on 12 separate said, posing as salesmen,then Redgate, who knew her and was bird," Michaels said.
changes in the, welfare charges, including one of"kidnapping pulled guns and told her: "We standing nearby. Teller Janet Apparently consideringhimself
sys- Two alternatives were sug- for ransom" for which know you have at least $6,000and Harley realized Mrs. Stubbswas safe from pursuit; the
tem.The gested, although both were there is no provision for bail. we want it." in trouble and called po gunman strolled out of the
most important recommendation aimed at the same basic ob- Bonds on the 11 other charges She said she volunteered to lice.Police houseinto the hands of most
calls for the federal jectives. The first objectivewas total $19,500. go to the bank in hopes of find- Chief William Neal of the city's other policemen,
government to assume a much to reduce disparities Seymour is to be tried May Ing help. One of the men went and Detectives Edward Wood- who had surrounded the dwelling -
greater share of the welfare between welfare payments Indifferent 17 for an attempt to murder a with her and the other stayed rich and Charles Michaels .
burden and, at the same time, areas of the country.The policeman after a bank rob- ,
to impose national minimum bery in December, 1967. He
report noted,for Instance, I
II
standards of payment for the that average per-person was acquitted of the murder of II I I
nation's 8.5-million welfare monthly AFDC grants range Robert Busker, a customer in I
clients. from a low of $8.50 in Mis- the bank, but the other chargewas ,I

This recommendation would sippi to a high of $17.75 in filed as the result of a gun : I II II I
battle with Sgt. Joe Shumach- I
New York.
cost between $1.5 billion and I

$2 billion annually, dependingon ri1
which oftwoalternativeapproaches ,

is chosen. Pressure To Be Used ;;4 -

The same task force has also -

recommended: For SchoolDesegregation .
a; m a3
-The gradual dismemberment :
of the Office of Economic
Opportunity, which runs the F
anti-poverty program, and the NEW YORK. Robert H. held that federal funds could
transfer of most of its major Finch, PresidentelectRichard be used as a lever for deseg-
functions to other agencies.Theimmediate M.Nixon's designated regation only when schools
secretary of health, educationand were actively segregating
establishment welfare, said Saturday he themselves' not as an im-
of a single agency favored "constant and steadypressure" petus to force desegregation.
to achieve school
with great authority,located in
the executive office of the desegregation and would use a
president, to plan and coordi- federal "funds "as an ultimate Woman Who s ci
nate the activities of more than weapon.
Finch said segregation was :
400
grant-in-aid programs on
the federal level. "no longer simply a southern Jumped From :s_ "f r
pro b 1 e m" and added, "You _

The adoption of the Model don't go in with a meat ax" and Dies "My Hero!!" says Susan Bracewell as she admires the "Most ValuablePlayer"
get genuine compliance. Bridge
Cities program as "the accepted -
instrument for the en- Asked whether he would trophy won by physical therapy assistant at Variety Children's

tire federal government" for withhold federal money from Mrs. Sylvia Harmon, mo- Hospital, Willie Brits. He scored* the only two touchdowns in the recent game
coordinating, on the local schools that do not take actionto ther of five,who jumped off the between Mays High School and their alumni Team.
level, assistance, to the poor desegregate, Finch said, MacArthur Causeway bridge Willie is a fine athlete' well-informedgridiron fan anda friend of all the
and the cities. "It's always there as an ulti- Sunday in an apparent suicide kids'
in physical therapy department.
mate weapon. attempt, died last Wednesday
The task force placed high- He added, however, that for morning at Jackson Memorial /
the government's role, It's Hospital.Mrs. .
est priority on its proposal to
a case of constant and steady Harmon had been In
revise the muchcriticized FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
"basic" programs of public pressure. critical condition at the hos-
assistance. Finche held a brief news pital since Sunday when she MODERATE RATESCALLBONDED
conference at the Pierre Hotel j
was rescued from BiscayneBay I
""'"":"
to discuss the task forces that by Miami firemen and po I
These are the programs for have been meeting with him and lice. .
all to the aged,aid to the blind, other Cabinet designees on She died, 5:30a.m.,last Wed-
aid to the permanently and totally a wide range of policy issues. nesday, according to the hos-
disabled, and Aid to However, he declined to be pital. Her body was taken to RENTAL
Families with Dependent specific about the taskforces' the medical examiner's office,
Children. The first three
pro recommendations.
where an autopsy was scheduled -
grams comprise about 2.7 During the campaign, Nixon 1uH.fw
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. If I to a better life others must live better .". Brooks
am enjoy too. L. L.
celebration will be the "Diamond Jubilee Plus Two" dinner on behalf of the

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Officei <530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phonel 691.0421 I Whitney M. Young Jr.
By Booker T. Hayes \/ Y'
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher ,..... . ..- .. j. : Executive DiN'ctorNaUonal Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor '.]11.- : .-
STANLEY SWEETING, Theatrical Editor LBJ STEPS DOWN
SOME JOBS, A REAL CHALLENGEOn

National Advertising Representative Lyndon Baines Johnson retires this month,after five stormy

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc." Monday, quite by accident, I encountered Harvey Wal and turbulent years as President. Those of us who will be
Member 310 of Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 lace a coordinator in the Hard-Core youth employment pro. watching the inaugural ceremonies will see the tall Texan

2400 the S. Michigan Notional Newspaper Avenue, Chicago Publishers, III. 60616 Association gram. As all friends do when meeting unexpectedly,we.passec, d ride down Pennsylvania Avenue with his successor, and many
-. the usual pleasanties and concern for each others weu oemg, will be examining their own feelings about this controversial
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and in doing so he expressed his concern for some of his 5 and enigmatic man.
ONE 55.00
YEAR
SIX MONTHS $3.00.FOREIGN $6.00 charges who are not fairing so well. From our brief conversation My own thoughts will move back five years, to the period

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post I gathered that many of the youths recruited in the 1 just before Lyndon Johnson became, President. In 1963 black
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 hard-core ghetto areas and placed in up-graded job oppor people were denied the right to vote in some Southern states

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The tunities are not living up to their end of the bargain. It seems! Restaurants and other public places were often closed to us,
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can test lead these young blacks, who have expressed a desire for meaningful Landlords were legally free to discriminate In choosing their
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accord employment are incompatible with the rules of the vari 1 tenants on racial grounds alone.

and to every legal man rights.regardless Hating/ of no his man race, fearing, creed or no, color man..the his human Negro ous concerns willing to take a chance on their ability to adopt' America was a very different place then. We looked for

Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men to a new more profitable existance. President Kennedy to end these Indignities and his last months
ore hurt as long as anyone Is held back. Harvey Wallace said the biggest problem concerning these 5 were occupied with plans for civil rights laws to deal with

youths is the problem of getting them to come to work after: some of them. But then he was brutally struck down by an as-

!e ditar'utebaoh having been accepted. Equally responsible for his concern is; sassin's bullet and Lyndon Johnson became President
the unwillingness of some of these young people to meet the s i It seems strange now, but in November, 1963, many blacki
requirements' the employers in reference to reporting t i I people were apprehensive about him. president Kennedy was a
INCREASE IN SALARIESThe work at the appointed time. He said the usual response t inquiries charismatic figure whose concern for the black masses earned

City Commission has made the following increases in as to their tardiness or absence is that they were either their devotion. His replacement by a Southerner led many to
salaries: out late the night before, or were just enable to arise at t believe that civil rights measures didn't have a chance.

Fire Chief, Lawrence Kennedy, $17,759 to $24,200; First the necessary time to Insure a punctualarrival. Excuses such 1 The opposite was ture. Among his first acts was to push for

Assistant fire chief, $17,256 to$21,000;Second Assistant chief as these, by individuals whose need is unquestionable,presenta 3 a sweeping civil rights bill that barred discrimination. in public -
from $15,672 to $18,100. Police Department top salary slot rather dismal picture to the people responsible for bucking;l accomodations, desegregated public facilities and made
raised from $17,759 to $24,200; Yacht Docks director, J. B. the employment practices off organizations such as Eastern equal employment opportunities the law of the land.

Sprague, $11,576 to$13,600;Communications,Ben Denby from Air Lines in search of employment opportunities for young: In 1965, he guided a voting rights bill through Congress that
$15,833 to $18,100; Internal Auditor, Meyer Stroller from unprepared blacks. gave the black man the right to vote denied him by Dixie's Jim
$15,892 to $18,100; Parks and Recreation director $14,470 to I mention Eastern Air Llnesspecificallybecause aware 1 Crow practices. As a direct result of this bill the number of

$16,000; public Properties Director from $17,106 $17,300; of the employment practices of EAL past and present. I know black voters in Alabama have doubled in the past four years,
Planning Director, George Acton, from $16,497 to $19,000; of the genuine desire of management to recruit and even train' while nearly ten times as many blacks are now registered in
Building Director, R. Ferencik from $16,384$20,000;Sani- blacks for responsible positions throughout the system. Hav Mississippi.And .
tation Director, J. Grady Phelps from$17,365$20,000; Li ing been employed by Eastern for a period of 15 years, I feelI thanks to President Johnson's persistence, open housing
braryDirectorEdward F. Slntz, $17,725 to $20,000; Publicity am qualified to compare the benefits offered by them and is the law of the land. Today it is illegal to discriminate in
Director, Lew Price from $19,585 to $22,000; Public Works other comparable organizations. Though some may say I am 1 renting or selling most homes.
Director, W. T. Setting from $19,306 to $25,300. prejudiced toward the comnanv. I would like for them to check: But the real impact of the Johnson Administration lies in
just a portion of the benefits we enjoy. Our pass priviledgesalone the fact that he made America conscious of poverty. The "War
U. S. 200th ANNIVERSARYThis could account for more than a thousand dollars or morea on Poverty" may have promised more than it could deliver

year in savings, depending upon the travel ambitions of the (it certainly never got a fraction of the funds it needed)but It
important date comes in 1976. However, according to employee. Coupled with other benefits too numerous to name, focused national attention on urban poverty and national ener-
the National Observer, there's already a race going for this it seems rather pathetic that an individual having lived in pov- gies on fighting want and deprivation.

enormous prize. General Manager James F. Matthew of Expo erty can not see the advantages of such employment and allow Medical aid for the aged, historically high appropriationsfor
Boston "76" estimates the exposition planned his city would them to escape.
education, model cities, and the 1968 housing act -- all
attract visitors bringing$70,000,000,leaving B 0 s -
ton with 45,000,000 a whole new community"a city within a city" in what is I spoke with Harvey on the huge EAL complex adjacent to brought federal power to bear on the problems of the poor and
Boston Harbor. 36th Street. At the time, two of the youths appointed by the i the cities and in so doing, have created an irreversible trend
now
hardcore program had been released,and others were on probationary toward social justice.
Veteran world's planner Ewen Dingall,hired as a consultantby
status as a result of these unacceptable work habits. President Johnson also brought black men to the seat of pow-
Philadelphia the spiritual and psychological benefitsare
says '
He appeared somewhat downcast that his genuine effort to help i er. He appointed Robert Weaver to the Cabinet and Thurgood
to Montreal have
just as great.He says cities from Munich
thatmight these young people seemed to be of no avail, and as all dedi Marshall to the Supreme Court. both historic firsts. More
used such occasions as deadlines for civic improvements
otherwise have been put off for years. cated people do, he allowed himself to blow off a little steam. Negroes held high level appointments in the Johnson Administration -

Seattle was revolutionized by the events of 1962 says Mr. But, knowing Harvey Wallace, I would bet my last dollar that than any before.
Dlngall, who was the general manager of the world's far in on Tuesday morning Harvey was back in the field pushing and The Great Society may have been wounded in the jungles of
shoving as always. Vietnam, and because of this the Johnson-haters and detrac-
that city. He says Philadelphia looks to the 1976 exposition asa
tors are many, but history has a of stripping aside the
way
chance to make breakthroughs in some of the urban prob- .
lems that now bedevil all the big cities,and even as an oppor- controversies of the present, judging Presidents by their
tunity to improve the city's racial relations. lasting contributions. And history will be very kind to Lyndon
I Johnson. I believe he will go down as a great President whose
McKISSICK ENTERPRISES, INC. LETTERS to EDITORFriday t I domestic accomplishments far outweighed the international

I policies that divided the nation and led to his Party's loss of
Much has been said about Black power. Now comes Floyd ,
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I think
power. that black rank Lyndon
many people already
McKissick who seems to be ready to put words into deeds. He
Johnson as the President who has done the_most_ __ for_ the_ black
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has a firm, the Floyd B. McKissick Enterprises,Inc. that will men.
build a new town in rural eastern North Carolina. The new night on NBC television I witnessed an insult to i l .
community would become "a source of inspiration to clacks great American. It was a strange kind of insult, amounting tan < I
throughout the country." hour long barrage of sugary and humorless tid PHIL OSSOFER
'''_' '''ft _A......_.__ ___LL _ . . _ bits of mean-
au6.cao u.auuwJLaLu reminiscent 01 Ralph Edwards and his
The proposed new town which would be called City" "This is Your Life" show. Last week I took a lookbackat welding a fierce barbaric people -

would be built to an eventual population of 18,000 persons overa The program was George Jessel's "Here Come the Stars" 1968 and its variations of into a new, higher form of
ten year period,said McKissick. Many of the residents wouldbe and the guest of honor was Willie Mays. If you're familiar with progress (and regression) in unity, the nation. As long as
brought from Negro ghettos in big Northern cities The new the usual knock down and drag out format of this show you'll the area of human rights.This Muhammad's followers lived
firm has obtained an option on 1800 acres in Warren County, readily understand why this particular show's intemperate was a short range look at the the teachings of the Qur'an

N. C. with an expected price tag of about $500,000. Warren is a display of syrupy sentimentality was about as conspicuously evolution of civilization (Koran), they prospered.
sparsely populated county 50 miles northeast of Raleigh. racy as George Wallace on a ooor peoples' march. Now let us take a long range Today, we are beginning to
look at human progress, if only see the blossoming forth of a
Now I'm convinced
that Willie
Mays isn't lacking in the heart
Leslie Roberts of Boston a vice to soothe our troubled minds of
president of McKissick still newer and higher form
and humor and
department that's it
why was so sad for to
Enterprises, said that McKissick had discussed the idea with have seen this outstanding man of such obvious me and make us realize that basically unity . universal unity .

President-elect Richard Nixon and that his response had been character handled so gently and sweetly. As he was strength gingerly of we are carrying forwardan which, I believe,is the fruition
very favorable. ever-advancing civili of the "all truth" we are to
tossed from one kid glove to another one would have thought
zation. Going back to the timeof of
receive from the Spirit
that his
feelings were so brittle that the slightest verbal jab
NEWS STILL IN GOOD HANDSAs would have brought about his complete disintegration.To Abraham, we find that the Truth. Our struggle today is
family unit was the form of to achieve this form of unit,
be honest I didn't last the whole program. I sat through
sorry as we were to record the death of a newspaper several sickening testimonials by a couple ofwhite admirersand unity of for Moses His day. During thee without.which we will be_overcome _..n-
editor as great as Bill Baggs, The Miami Times feels safe one Negro, fellow athlete who can be excused for his ea a.to ,unity progress- oytne forces 01 eVJ&
in saying that The Miami News has been left in good hands. speaking incompetence because toasting is not his business. man's the tribal unit: As yet whose only goal is a universal

News publisher James M. Cox has announced that the News Now I wish I had mustered the patience to have hung around "infant"civilization was in the "unity" of slave nations.I .

will go on with a triumvirate of Howard Kleinberg, manag- long enough to have seen how the talented Stu Gilliam law of stage, requiring the think this is what theTwentyfourth
ing editor, Clark Ash, associate editor, and Jack Kasse- his tribute. I think it's safe to assume that his handled retribution an eye for an eye' s Chapter of
witz, chief editorial writer, making decisions. These three was considerably less inhibited. presentation However for wrong doing. Matthew is all about. Readingit
men are well known to me and I have i no fear that they will Since this criticism is necessarily when Jesus came, keeping in mind the eventsof
not try to carry on as did their great departed leader. of the show which the writer observed,pii restricted refrain from to that part He state brought form, besides the city- this century, it seems logical -
speculating of unit
God's It struggle.
means
on the behavior of the today's
speakers I did
We are happy to see so many of Bill's black friends at his and heard enough, however, to be made not hear. I saw kind message of love for all man- Even as man has achievedthe
funeral. City Commissioner Athalie Range was a pallbearerand other cleavage in the understanding between cognizant of yet an- "and His new commandment various forms of unity

Canon Theodore Gibson assisted Bishop Duncan at the whitewash job based on the fear of being misunderstood racesanother another . That ye love one herein noted(through the lead-
services. How- as I have loved you ership of God-sent Prophets),
ever subtle I
recognized another barrier to . "
real communi- (John
13-34)
Celt ion, He taught he will achieve universal

I would imagine that the great whitewashing was to men love to turn their the other cheek unity. Christ promised!us that,
barrassing experience for an em- enemies. This foretelling the day of the one
Mr. Mays. I have a hunch that was a
great
he
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE would have enjoyed a warm and genuine verbal dissection man's "infant"advancement from fold and the one Shepherd,and

MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY those white wits present. The insults are the real tributes on by stage; of "youth."stage And to his He promised that the conditions 24
that show. Insults Christ recorded In Matthew
are the name of the
APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. game. Instead they cur- promised man that
tailed their caustic tongues and flung their he would will come to an end. "And except -
THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. a man who was deserving of their sharpest phoney needle.flowers He on the 0-08,0 Spirit* age". . When He those days should I be
could of
have taken it and he would have had Truth. will shortened there should be no
a ball ,
PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! doing it. The seri- guide you into all truth "
ousness with which they approached this good man was the 16:13)). (John flesh saved: but for the elect'ssake
biggest insult of all. Then those days shall be short-
Muhammad appeared, ened."



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Negro Prejudice Against TO SURBURBIA..BUT IT'S NO ESCAPE

White People As Bad As I '' w ;, ., :"1 .'


White Prejudice AgainstThe


Negro People?
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In a conversation with several friends some months one .; " :
ago, ,; .,, ;tI"
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of them "' ". ";' ..'
suggested that Intelligent cultured Negroes of the J: ;. I' :'. .1.
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highest class .,!j'\" .ft.t' ' .<
did not harbor prejudices j and resentments ''\; :r."'" " }
against white people. He insisted that Neeroes who hold any r-t\::'Z',.'\,\' ..I')'?"" "
grudge against whites are probably as bad as white persons .. '. :; iif,' :.1'

with race prejudice. ;:' 1.1r :. . ; .
Ideally, of course, no man wouldbe prejudice aealnst an en- ; : :
tire class or group of people. Unhappyly life has never beenan
ideal matter and the prudent man seeks as many facts as
possible on which to base his life. -- :' '.'1t8';'

We believe the facts of pre judice and its effects will establish . "' ' : .. ti Jil.
that Negro prejudice is not nearly as bad as white prejudice! < .; : ". ,'. ... .
As far as we know Negro prejudice never lowered the Incomeof '. .I.(" : l'f \ 't;.;:1/S.:'tIi'.: ..;..t'.,0: \;''
a million white families so that poorer health standards resulted '.t.. ".)..1\"
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for several generations. Negro prejudice never pre- ;
vented three generations of white parents from voting in local ,tI.Vi'J .

and national elections with the results that elected representatives : ',
devoted themselves for decades to suppressing several
million white inhabitants of their districts. .,
It is well established that white prejudice against the Negro
has done all these things and more.
We know of no t 1 m e when Negro prejudice against white
people kept seriously ill white persons out of the nearest --"
hospital so that death resulted from neglect.Did "
the prejudice of Negroes ever keep any white worker

out of a better paying job to benefit his family? Did Negro pre- MIDDLE CLASS BLACK PEOPLE: MUST CHANGE
judice ever keep a thousand white tradesmen out of a union
which paid better wages which would have benefitted several EXISTING ATTITUDES, TO PRODUCE THE KIND OF RE-

thousand white children? "I,.$!" ,
EVALUATION OF IDEAS AND INSTITUTIONS TO
If this ever happened we never heard of it. 'I c :
Has the prejudice of Negroes ever kept white children from PRODUCE THE NEEDED / CHANGE.. MUST I. .

reading anything good and praiseworthy about themselves and BECOME POSITIVE OR AGGRESSIVE COMMUNITY
their parents in their hometown daily newspapers for all the ,
months and years of their lives? LEADERS:
Has Negro prejudice ever demanded that white adults hide
their dignity deny their manhood,and pretend they did not resent -
the insults forced upon them and their families in orderto
preserve their lives?
Did Negro prejudice ever require any white man to take his :
LETSTALK Dade Blacks
Amazed
family to eat from the back window ota restaurant or require 1 ;; :1
him to go in the back door of a bus station or a thousand bus '
stations or to use the dirty rest room reserved for his kind? At Success Of OIC Program :
Did the prejudice of Negroes ever force white children to
walk past a modern brick school with indoor plumbing and cen- ) POL1TICSk' Dade's Opportunities Indus- The board will initiate soona
tral heating to attend an old wooden building with a pot-bellied I 'Ad .., 41' trialization Center (OIC) was feasibility which will be
stove for heat. and outdoo r toilets? BY NORMA E. JONESL launched this week after four designed to find out where the
White prejudice! has caused,and continues to cause,hundredsof Dade Blacks visited Philadelphia unemployment problems are
thousands of such instances of inhumanity to men each day. THE FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PARTY-AND "US" to learn-about the highly and how they can best be solv-
Negro prejudice has rarely caused suffering among white successful program. ed. "It is most important"
meal! Immediately following the election of a Republican Governor The OIC, patterned on a Wynn said, "that we have jobs
This does not seem to indicate that one prejudice is as bad .for the first time In 94 years the individual,"leaders" of the string of 70 centers throughout available that the black people
as the other. state Democratic party pledged a unity movement, reorgani- the nation and founded in of our community want"
We do not seem to try to justify prejudice among the Negro zation of the party along more "Democratic" lines with a Philadelphia by the Rev. Leon
people. We wish they had none just as we wish white persons broader base "grass roots" participation in policymakingand Sullivan, is expected to be A tentative target date in
had none control. brought to Miami in early May. early May has been established -

There certainly is some prejudice against white people felt Three OIC board membersand for the opening of Dade's
by some Negro people we believe. When the "reorganization" was completed, more or less,in a member of the board of first OIC Center. The first
I personally confess to having felt some prejudice against secret caucuses of the same old group of office-holders the Model Cities program, center will probably be locat-
would nothing was changed the date of the The spent three days in Philadel- ed in the Northwest section of
them. I not pretend to deny I have felt this resentment.We except calendar. same
doubt that it has ever harmed any white person. We hopeit old group was rallying their "personal" organization in their phia visiting and learningabout Dade County.
never does. same old "personalpower plays" obvisously each was scaredof Sullivan's program.Led .
We wish the prejudice of white men against the Negro people the other, none would absolutely back any one person or by Chairman William Garth C. Reeves, an OIC
had all been as innocent and as harmless as the prejudice the small group of persons with te power and authority neces- Wynn, Jr., director of Agency Board Member and Presidentof
Negro people feel against white people. sary to build a strong statewide party. Operations.. United Fund, the the United Black Feder-
board visited OIC's vocational ation, will accompany a simi-
The only unanimity among the group was that the "old training and feeder centers lar study group from the
guard" of office holders should continue to hold the stringsand spread across Philadelphia. Greater Miami Coalition next
LETTERS to ED.'T.o.f1 i that the "power base" should not fall into the hands of Also in Philadelphia were month when they visit Sulli-
the "grass roots." That the state Democratic party should OIC board members Mrs. van's successful program.
remain a "confederation" and not a "federation." Georgia Jones area coordinator Other OIC board members expected -
Model Cities program and to visit Philadelphiasoon
Demo leaders openly endorsed programs principles espoused -
Paul H. Wyche, Jr., directorof are; Robert Simms,exe-
Mourns
Passing the workedfor
by Republican candidates, some openly
Public Affairs, Economic cutive director Dade County
Republican candidates nearly all refused to aggressively
Opportunity Program Inc. Community Relations Board
Of Bill BaggsDear ,
campaign for Democratic candidates many who were Involved -
Mrs. Josefina Harving a Mo- J. Marvin Smith, special assistant -
in the ir own campaigns simply did just that those
Mr Reeves, del Cities board member also to the executivedirector -
who were not for election merely sat on the sidelines lest
up ,
EOPI mourns the passing of Bill Baggs.The executive com- accompanied the group. Economic Opportunity
participation hurt their future campaigns. All resorted to
mittee has formally voted an expression of regret and of sym- any The OIC program is designed Program, Inc., Rev. Thedford
their old stand "let everybody be for
pathy with his family. But no formal resolution can adequately me. to train and retrain men Johnson, pastor, St. Jam's
record Miami's loss and our loss. In the meantime back at the "ghetto" "Negro leaders and and women with untapped Baptist Church T. Willard
There are too few people in this community or any com- politicians" were hustling like their lives depended on it for talents and unknown skills who Fair, executive director,
munity who have the gift of understanding men and women at the Democratic candidates, at least the best they could con- are unemployed and underemployed Greater Miami Urban Leagueand
every economic level, in all parts of the city and among all sidering the fact that the Demo candidates gave them no funds Rev. Kenneth Major, associate -
the races. It is eloquent evidence of Mr.Baggs' possession of and wouldn't give them any campaign material for distributionin Chairman Wynn, who expressed minister, The Churchof
this understanding that none of us thought of him as Mr. Wil- the Negro communities. I his amazement at the the Incarnation.The .
liam Baggs. To everyone he was Bill Baggs.We know that this tremendous success of the
pleased him. Since 1952, the Negro communities were decorated with program in Philadelphia,said,
He had much more to give than understanding, for he was a ,campaign material like ten or twenty circuses were coming to "One of the first efforts of the feeder programs,
man of principle. He had the acuteness of mind to recognizean town and store front campaign headquarters sprouted up in local group would be to begin a teaching courses ranging from
issue in the midst of controversy. He had the conscienceto black communities like,"Johnson grass in cotton patches after massive fund drive to raise Basic Adult Education to Black
choose the position that seemed right to him. He had the spring rains," usually manned by various and sundry"voters more than $150,000 from the History, has taught more than
ability to make others see the issue and respect his stand on it. leagues"; the 1968 campaigns both primary and general election Dade community." 9,000 Philadelphians Wynn '
The Economic Opportunity Program along with many worthy were more remindful of the past when Negroes did not That amount is the estimated hinted that the feeder program
will be the first project of the
community efforts, had the benefit of his suport.His bckingof vote in Florida. cost of establishing an OIC local OIC
program.
EOPI was strongest when it was most needed.As center here. The group noted
we mourn the loss of Mr.Baggs we feel pride in his ca- Negroes were "read" out of the Democratic party in 1968 that the $8 million program in
reer. American journalism has to be proud that so outspokena like Hoover "read" {the Negro out of the Republican party in Philadelphia represented according Other vocational training
man of principle can achieve a position of influence. Miami 1928.In. to Wynn, "One of the courses including Drafting,
has to be proud that he rose to importance here and that he most significant efforts and Welding Computational Skills
chose to work here. EOPI is proud that he spoke and wrote on previous elections when each Democratic candidate had successes in the black'community and Secretarial Skills mightbe
its behalf. many Negro "poll workers"at every Negro precinct extolling The gain, based on the added at a later date.
All who are concerned about the future of our country and of their virtues and passing out their campaign material the organization's ability to get
its people,great and small black and white, must hope that our 1968 elections saw the Negro precincts as free of "workers"as big businesses to furnish ma- The program, which Involves '
society still has enough greatness to produce more men like the odd fellows hall. terials instructors and jobs the total community, is
Bill Baggs. And we must all pray that America will listen to for unemployed blacks,servesto designed to develop among the
men like him. And what Negro workers once saw at the polls were there in show the rest of us what trainees sense of pride which I
the interest of Negro candidates. Yet what Negroes did go to black people can do when they will give them confidence In
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, the polls, automatically voted for these "Democratic Party come together in a community' themselves and enable themto
President of EOPI Board of Directors candidates," like "Zombies." effort to help themselves." participate with dignity.t .


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Miami Times Society EditorThe
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BY PRISCILLA REDDING'
reason for the absence of Charles 0. and Isabel Young
from the scene they were enjoying a gala holiday at Grand - -- --

Bahama. A cordial invitation is extended to one and Ml to attend "An ae
Carol and Alton Henley christened their first Alton n at St. Evening of Gospel Music" presented by the youth choir of
Agnes Episcopal. Dr. and Mrs. Ira (Louise) Davis are the Bethel Baptist Church. This program is purposed for a very
maternal grandparents. worthy cause and your presence is greatly desired.It .
-.The widow of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will visit India will be held Sunday, January 19, at Richmond Heights Jr. I' r ,
for five days beginning Jan.21 to receive on behalf of her hus- High School auditorium, 15015 S.103rdAvenue.Donation is
band the $13,333 Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International $1.00. Come out and support the youth choir of Bethel Baptist

Understanding.Recent Church.
visitors to our city were Ruth Russell and son, William Second Baptist Church Trustee Board is sponsoring aCar-
n of St. Louis. They were guests of her mother-in-law, nival on the church's grounds. Come onel!Come all! This car-
Mrs. Effie Russell. nical will continue through Saturday, Jan. 18.I
Afram House, a national mail-order business headquartered A children's matinee will be held Saturday from 12 noon until
In Miami that catalogs only Afro-American oriented pro- 6 p.m. Advance tickets may be purchased at Doctor Greene's
ducts, has appointed Blanche Calloway as president.Ruth office or Second Baptist Church.
Foreman has an all-Negro cast in rehearsal for "A Make this a gala occasion for each member of your family.
Thousand Clowns," opening at her North Miami Playhouse
January 30.The players are Angelo Rutherford,of'Gentle Ben' Are you a weight watcher? Why not enroll in the Weight 6
Watchers class which is held every Tuesday night at the FrankC.
Jimmy Griffen and Ernie Fields of WMBM; Betty Forbes,
Florida Memorial College theater director;Clarence Thomasand Martin elementary school from 6:30p.m.to 10:00 p.m. and ALL SMILES
John Peak. each Thursday morning at Richmond Heights Park,from 10:00 Tracy Greenwood, March of Dimes Poster Child,
From Austin, Texas came Oliver and Mary Lou Street to a.m. until 12:00 noon. For further information,call: 235-5403.
learned Daughter Elks are In fight against birth defects.Mrs. .
visit her mother, Mrs. Sarah Smalley for and after Christmas KILLIAN HIGH FOCUS: As your guide around the Cougars
campus, we find that Induction ceremonies are being held this
vacation. Neffie B. Smith, left, Grand Daughter Ruler and
lona Holmes, former Miamian now of Manhattan was honored week for two service clubs.
Also Silver available for all Buena Kelley Grand Daughter Secretary, told Tracy
during the holidays by her friends at the home of Mr. and Knight applications are Miss ,
Mrs. Edward Blue. seniors. All Interested and qualified persons may apply.In their organization is resolved to insure the birthright ofa

Little Sherrl Miller daughterof Carolyn Miller Townsend the light of sport activities: our girls Intermurals teamIs healthy life for all children. Each year birth defects
celebrated her birthday Saturday with a party for twenty-five preparing for the softball tournament. Girls please go out
guests. and support the team. cripple 250,000 newborn babies.O .

Elizabeth Koontz, (NEA president) has been named to head Our basketball team faces Norland in their gym Tuesday
the Women's Bureau of the Department of Labor by President- evening. We sincerely hope they bring in a victory.
elect Nixon. The members of the Frank C. Martin elementary school

Leo and Olga Hicks and daughter, Candy of New York City Safety Patrol, under the supervision of Mr. Cullen Felder,
enjoyed the holidays with her sister brother-in-law, Mel- attended the Floridians vs.Kentucky Colonels basketball gameat
ba and Stanley Nixon. Miami Beach Convention Hall on Jan. 10. '

Wilbert and Mary Jenkins and their youngsters,Wilbert,n, A big "Thank You" to Mrs. Sam Johnson, Mr. John Gore, 0 M1 e
Wilma and Wynette motored to Pinetops, N. C. for the holi- Mr. Paul Joseph, Mrs. Douglas Smith and Mr. and Mrs. A. o
days.It Shootes, who provided transportation for ths boys and girls.A .
for Norman Howard wonderful time was reported by all who attended.
was a surprise birthday party on
Sunday Jan 19th is "Lawn of the Month" time again. The '
Saturday. Gwen did a marvelous job of really making it a sur- :
best groomed lawn will be selected at this time. Start now c
prise.
General meeting of American Association University Wo- manicuring your lawns, you might be the lucky winner. ;

men at Miami Springs Villas, January 18, 12 noon. :
Maude Ellison hoste the Poinsettia Bridge Club on Satur-

day at her Brownsville home. Chef Trainees WantedThe 0 .
STRIKE A BLOW: 1 for peace! 2 to erradicate povertyl I 3 ..
to help in building understanding among people! t 11 I Contributeto Southern Florida Hotel Services upon completion of
and Motel Association is spon- the first six weeks of training.
Coretta Scott King Educational Fund -- "A Gift of Con-
science -- A Gift of Faith." soring an on the job training This Manpower Training program
Send contributions to: AAUW Educational Foundation, 2401 program for cook chef ap- will be held at the Lind-
Virginia Ave., N. W. Washington, D. C. Notify your local prenticeship. The AssociationIs sey Hopkins Educational Cen-
chairman, Mrs. David (Gussie) Dobbs, 1852 NW 56th Street, guaranteeing a job in Food ter. No high shool diploma is
Miami, Fla. 33142. required. Chefs can earn be-
The University of Miami's Division of Continuing Educationand THOMAS-ROLLE WEDDINGIn tween $7,000 and $10,000 a
the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs have scheduledthe the, presence of a large year. For further informa-
13th annual Tropical Short Course for Garden Clubs for number of relatives and tion report to: Florida State
Jan. 22-23. Theme for this year Prologue to Tomorrow," friends, Mr. Charles W. Employment Service, Miami
and sessions will be held in Room 226, Written Memorial Thomas and Miss Harriett E. Opportunity Center,245 SE 1st
Student Union and Room 126, Science Building on the university Rolle were married Saturday St., Miami, Fla.FOUNDER'S.
campus. < afternoon, Dec. 21.The double
The Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan, will, God willing, ordain ring ceremony took place at
The Rev. Joseph Kenneth Major to the office of Priest in the Temple Baptist Church with DAY
Church of the Incarnation at' 11 a.m on Saturday, January 25. the Rev. L. A. Thompson, of- Gamma Zeta Omega Chap-
Your prayers and presence are requested. ficiating.The ter A I p h a Kappa Alpha So-
Square Circle Sportsmen Club will celebrate its 28th Anniversary matron of honor was the rority, Inc will celebrate their
with a ball on Thursday, Jan. 23 in the Caribbean bride's sister, Mrs. Rosabell 60th Founder's Day,Saturday,
Room of Bayfront Auditoium. Dames, and the best man was Jan. 18, at 6 p.m. at the Du- ,. 0.
Plan to attend the 6th Annual Pre-Mardi Gras Dance Fri Clement Minnis. Pont Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Mar-
day, February 7, at the Everglades Hotel. Sponsored by the The reception, which was garet B. Roach, regional director -
Episcopal Church of the Incarnation. held at the Bonded Collection will be the speaker.
Leslie Uggams, singing star of the Broadway musical"HerFirst Recreation Hall, was attended All Sorors of AKA are wel-
Roman," and her husband, Graham Pratt and others, by a large crowd. come.
have formed a partnership called Directional Hair, Inc. to Light
market wigs and hair-pieces in department stores throughoutthe lace and
country.. bedruffledruffles.
The Lewises (David and Carrie) celebrated their 35th wed- .
ding anniversary with daughter Verna ; other daughters and
their spouses Jessie and Walter Tanner; Naomi and Bal Jean ft Flip out
hi
Smith and grands Wanda and Walter Tanner, at the Hilton in a piece
Plaza on Monday evening, January 13th. t back buttoned
Sunday, Jan. 19,-at 2 p.m. the first quarterly showcase will hip-huggin'
be presented at the North Miami playhouse, on camra and on
see-thru set.
stage, presenting young actors in training. 1
At 7 p.m., an actors showcase of teenagers and adults will REPAIRS A bit of bikini +
be presented. There Is no admission charge. and a band of bra

blocks this

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qt THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969 7


1:1\ ... \ ..... ," Local Cast To >"

: "A Thousand . '
Do '
:1J
J -das nJ ,
\\ w ;, r'' Clowns"Ruth spend your sun ; .1 j '

;Vi i Foreman's Children's
,,' Repetory Theatre opens a new

I r:: chapter on Saturday, Jan. 18, .... .":" ..,
with New Year's resolutions. ." ,.
1. The actors have Just \
young ..
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BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING celebrated 14 months of work- : ThK

LlNE-O-TYPE ing together in a company
In rehearsal with a scheduled -
.
opening January 30th Is Y ,.'
WHY WOMEN LOVE WEAKLINGS: It Isn't Desperate Des-
Herb Gardner's A Thousand
monds who has made most trouble for women and wrecked the
Clowns" starring youngAngelo -
most hearts and lives in this world; It's the
Rutherford of the "Gentle
"Mama's Wild Boys," the Peter Pans, the
Ben" series and an all Negro
Irresponsible weaklings . It's the Play
cast. The players are:Fernley '
Arnel Knits
Boys -- with the wavy hair, the beautiful ,
Murray, (NHS drama teacher) ,
hands, the dancing feet, and the world's wild
Ernie Fields ( night club and
,
best collection of alibis -- "Mother's Wild
.
WMBM personality) Betty -
Boyl" . That Is the kind of man that women
Ferguson (theatre director,
I ,
always love, always forgive, always Memorial
Florida
College)
suffer for -- and always yearn to Mother." Clarence Thomas (actor Drip-dry practicality combined with figure- ?.,
. A woman has Just got to mother something I ,
teacher director)John Peak
-- God made her that wayl?And the man ,
.' ,
(actor) Arnel triacetate in honeycomb
a
who Is willing to let her mother him and worry over him and flattering
wait on him and cuddle him, will always find one woman after The play will be presentedat ,

another ready to lay herself down on the altar of his selfis the North Miami Playhouse, knit texture. Short-sleeved dress, with scarfed
123rd Street.
ness. 160 NE ,

HIS WEAKNESS, his Irresponsibility, his children
never-grown-upishness is the secret of his charm, and she neckline, in blue or yellow. Sizes 12 to 20. .
can no more resist his appeal than she can resist the wail of a .' .

naughty baby . That's why so many women fall in love with ',,/ 1
a rotter I III! When a woman says "FineBoy" or "Good Boy $26. The costume, has a little jacket with 4 r
',,
may mean only friendship -- but when she says "Poor Boy," :,
it means trouble 111 I I I She Is about to stop over. 12 ',I
white.
pretend pockets.. Blue or Sizes to
THE MAN'WHO CAN convince a woman that he "needs her"

-- her beautiful influence, her tender nursings, her forgiveness -
or even her money -- will always find her ready to leap: 20. $33. .
to his side . The "Spoiled Kid" who lets her "baby" him: $
will always have his breakfast served in bed;while the strong ,

fine, self-sacrificing man is allowed to get up and make his t :,:'
own coffee and find his own shoes. :,' "

P 1 HEAVEN KNOWS WHY the :Lord made,women such an ," ,
"n elgh teen-carat-fool, but he did t III I I The more things she has t"forgive" I ; misses; : better dresses. all 7 burdine's stores ,,".
.I' a man for, apparently the better she loves him . '.':. ;:

Forgiving a man Is her favorite pasttime . That kind of a -. --_...._.. ... .
him all the days of his THANK YOU ALL . .
man can keep her peeling onions for ..;;,: .,.j ,.:.. '. ,,'
life, If he will only wipe the tears from her eyes .. He can Thanks to grandma Mrs
keep her slaving to support him forever, if he will only kiss (Colleen Finder)who sponsored
her itty fingertips occasionally and tell her how wonderful she my eighth birthday party

Is . The man who needs to be watched over and "taken care at her Golden Glades Home on
of and "saved from himself is the one who always drawns a last Saturday afternoon

fine, strong, unselfish woman In the marriage lottery. A Thanks to all of my friends
woman Is a perfect glutton for "suffering" --and nobody can who were able to attend this { 4
make her suffer like "Mother's Wild Boy!" grand party to help me with

SALT WATER TAFFY: Houseguesting Dr Stanley John the refreshments Hope to see I
*'."4 r, son's receptionist Tennie Isaacs last weekend was her sister you all next year.

Phyllis Harris, enroute home to Nassau from St. Paul, Mini Oral A. Allen, Jr. _
where she enrolled her daughter Bernadette at Catherine';

College . The American Orthodox Church, long-housed on
N.W. 3rd Court at 17th St (since its separation from the st.
Agnes' Family many moons ago) is now in its new edifice at
N.W. 48th St and 2nd Ave. First services held there Christ E DSO

inns Day . Th Square Circle Sportsmen Club's 28th anni- Jck'r
versary blast is headed for Bayfront Park's auditJan 23. R'll
mfwsioMODEL
be a B.Y.O.L. affair and Ed Begie is club prexy. ,

SCRATCH MY BACK: The late Bettye Jean Sutton-Smiley's "
child-birth death sadly rewarded he sister Bessie Sutton-

Dennis (of Opa-locka) the inheritance of the deceased's baby; ,J .. %'
son Levon Jr -- a living memo to her sister's passing -- om
well community loss . \ JIw
that was a community shock as as a
Is there any truth to the rumor that a divorce Is pending tha -
will Call It A Day for a popular Miami gendarme and a lovel t f
school missus ? ? ? Veteran Miamian Reggie Ward pissed : 4M

January 12 . Add December Birthdays: Ivan McCaskil30th '

. Bertha Mae Rolle 31st. r
THE WEEK'S WASH: It makes me mad everytime I read "J s

where a Miami-bound plane was sky-jackedtoCubaAnd I gel
furious when I never read or hear about a plan to stop It,. ; v

America, with all its science(on how to get to the moon, among '
other things) its "top brass" in Washington; its many inven- 11P50A WITH

tions thru research etc,etc should,in my poor opinion, be able PRIVATE LISTENING
to solve this dilemma. Cuba and Russia and other countriesas
backs over the capers anc EARPHONE
well, are guffawing behind our
ten foolery being used to reveal our stupidity. To me, thisskyPeking
bit is no big deal. It can be prevented. America $ .00
has solved bigger things before.Didn't someone once say: "Ai
ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?" It can be pre-

vented in more ways than one, believe me! DOWN

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: It is our guess that the funeral as- ,
sembly and cortege'of the pert Basic Education and Geography Call

North Dade Jr high Instructor Bettye Sutton-Smiley was the 751-5629 I INO
largest ever recorded (for a female of 32)in Miami's history

. James (Gee-Gee) Lucas Jr's funeral procession(for a CREDIT
teen of 16) we doubt, will ever be surpassed . Nassauvian REQUIRED
Ella Jones' mater Mrs Jennie Mae Jones celebrated her 45th

natal holiday in Nassau Jan. 11 . The Sidney Barrys are
'grandparents via their daughter Sandra whose son Herrey
Charles Gaston Jr arrived at Mt Sinai Jan. 1. ALSO:

STUFF AND SUCH: Pianist Lenora(Tiny)Colebrooke due to .* FURNITURE ..1."
,I wind up around three weeks here before returning to her home *
APPLIANCES
base In Mexico. The former Miamian before her marriageheld
hands with rotund Johnny Davis, the mixologist,prior to STEREOS

her Florida exit sometime ago. . Former North Dade high
stude Helen Glover in the 0071/2 Showroom of the Shelborne

\ (18th at Collins) . Timmie Rogers at Place pigalle .An
all-Negro cast portrays its version of Herb Gardner's "A W.T WELLS ]3 .R :3Df' I S
Thousand Clowns" at North Miami Playhouse Jan. 30. Ruth COMPANY :
i Foreman's cast Includes stars Jimmy Griffen,Angelo Rutherford -

f: Ernie Fields, Betty Ferguson, John Peak and Clarence 45 N. W. 54th Street f \4 I:,' ,
,r Thomas . That's it brother, from your one-man-news- Miami, Florida 33127
t paper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who ,>"
1 Is allways giving some poor sucker break!!



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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969 I
I Sidney Poitier Was Biggest Box Office Star


In 1968a

trade publication. "For Love Of Ivy"and"Guess
I NEW YORK Sidney Poi Theater owners in the mail Who's Coming To Dinner" in
tier has been chosen by mo-
whose 1968.
vote for the stars
in the poll
exhibitors
tion picture drawing power produced the Others lathe top 10 for 1968,
States and Canada as
United greatest income in their thea- in order, were: Paul Newman
ters during the year. Julie Andrews, John Wayne|
Poitier, who placed seventh Clint Eastwood, Dean Martin'Steve ,
I when he first appeared among McQueen, Jack Lem.
the poll winners in 1966,star- mon, Lee Marvin and Elizabeth .
I h.red in "To Sir With Love," Taylor


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Miami Magic Musicians -
are thrilling audiences
nightly in the Wreck Bar at the
Castaways on Miami Beach.
Sam Daniels,the Big M's sing-
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rock and roll artist., 20iH CENTURA Fox PRESENTS
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Members of the Big M's COL
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band leader; Willie North,
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and Robert Lamb. Speciality
dancers are Yvonne Deleveauxand MARTIN GABEL
Erna Gardiner. RAQUEL WELCH RICHARD CONTE
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L. hip Carmen in modern undress. sexpot temptress for all she's worth-
All Tables' Free 'Carmen Baby', obviously is a and that's quite something. She has

.._. ,: film for a very special clientele a let's-have-fun look in her eyes that
Sun.: Early Bird Adm. FREE \ -opera lovers, who want to see recalls Melina Mercouri "Never on
( what they've been missing Sunday." With "La Dolce Vita" parties
Before 9p.m. '"1f. all these years,and voyeurs, thrown in for good measure, the movie

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969 9


ft'ndfing Shakes Up Cabinet, Gets Police' ControlNASSAU I

The reorganization comesas
Bahamas. assumed responsibility for a a prelude to a new constitution
Prime Minister Lynden new Ministry of External Affairs that goes into effects
Pindling took control of police in a cabinet shakeup an- o o n, granting the Bahamas
1 and internal security affairsin nounced Friday.In increased self-government. It
44 ':
/ 1 the Bahamas Saturday as the the cabinet reshuffle, .".:x'i' :'::',!\';: ''"" was agreed upon in London
island government moved toward Deputy Prime Minister ArthurD. ,1..I.{ !}: it last September.
11 :
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A more complete independence Hanna became minister of f .. .... ...
Out BY DAVE BONDU ( ,. {"," Under the new setup,the Bahamian
from Great Brltlan. home affairs, which includes '= / government takes over
L The head of the first Negro immigration, prisons, lotteries : '" "' / day-to-day administration of

So you wanna riot? Okay, go ahead.But before you do, you'd government of the island also and gambling. Finance !. , ,... internal security, althoughcrownappointed
better think about II four or five times . Then be thankful _...................................................... ('-'- Gov. Sir
you changed your mind.Last Wednesday afternoon,a policemanwas Francis Cummlng-Bruce retains
i 60 Hard Core Jobless i ii
beatenby some young men on 62ndStreet. According to the II final authority for the

reports, there was resistance by these young men when i i present.The .
To Train As CooksFood .
they were being arrested by some other policemen.Well, there ,............ < k newconstitutionalso -
were 40-11 dozen cops on the scene before anyone could shakea Service Industry Jacksonville, Miami and gives the Bahamas a greater ;
stick. By 4:30 p.m.,there were 600 policemen In Manor Park Training Project, Inc., spon- Tampa. -" voice in external affairs
with M-l Rifles, shot guns, tear gas and anything else you can sored by the Florida Restau- On-the-job training is pro- Minister Carlton E. Francis including the right negotiate
name. Meanwhile the brothers are talking riot, evidentlyfor- rant Association, has been vided by private Industry with becomes responsible for trade trade, scientific and cultural \
t ,getting that the National Guard Is right on the corner of 27th awarded $124,515 in Federal Federal Government reimbursement and commerce.A agreements with other coun-
Avenue and 62nd Street and already on alert. funds for three Manpower De-' for instructor fees new Ministry Transport tries, and treaties regulating :
Now let's face It. .We can accomplish nothing by trying to velopment and Training Act and instructional materials responsible for the postal sys- emigration from the Islands. f
fight tanks and guns for"foolishness"when there are so many (MDTA) projects, William U. only. The trainees received tem and all transportation will Britian retains responsibility :
things we can "fight" for that are worthwhile. . with words. Norwood, regional manpower wages, paid by the employers, be headed by Warren J. Le- for overall external affairs
But most of all, what galls my butt is that any little, incidentIn administrator of the U. S.Department during the period of training. varity. and national defense.

our part of town is called a riot, but other parts of town it of Labor, announced .....! r ""f> ,"" . 1# . . . . . . .'. .,. .
Is called a "ruckus" or a "demonstration" or a "protest'Let's today. (It.
not get killed. . forgotten In a week. (except for The association will provideup ; a it, i
our families)...on a"hummer.. The suffering that Is causedour to 52 weeks of training as ,;f ", it it '
loved ones never goes away. I know,because I lost one son apprentice-entry cooks for 20 ,',I it
at 22 years of age,and Dave Jr. Is in Viet Nam where "God hard-core Jobless Floridiansin I
forbid" we might lose him to some Commie bullet. You have no each of the following cities: Neu> name... \.. : :
idea how lucky you are to live In beautiful, warm Miami, where .
you can go any place youhave the money to go, get a Job If you .
want one. You think New York Is great because It is in the AaNAMED
North? Try living in the street up there with the snow, no job, ''New facilities.f .. : :
and discriminated against. We are in Miami having a bll, and
my son is in Viet Nam and writes to tell me he can't even buya \ .
cold soda pop to ward off the 110 degree heat In the middleof .
the day. Think about that. What can you accomplish by
burning, looting, fighting in the street, throwing rocks and : New spirit of banking;
bottles? When you find a really good answer, let me know and a S

Til print it. i ii seruice to the :

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Alberta Prater ,
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Orange Hayes PRESIDENT : :'
VIP OF THE WEEK: George Williams(BPI) Afram House, a national I
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mary Denson(mainstreamer) mail order business headquartered
in Miami this week
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: We're proud of Margaret announced the appointment of
Brown. She is playing in the Ladie's PGA Golf Tournamentat Blanche Galloway as presidentof
the Country Club of Miami in the Pro-Amateur Day affair the company. Afram Houseis
for the benefit of the Heart Fund. Good luck to her today. an all black managed firm ,
Sincere condolences to Levon Smiley in the death of his wife, which catalogues only Afro-

, Bettye. They were married seven,years... North-South Gold American..oriented products. /.)
: Tournament entries coming in like crazy. Play is scheduled Its first full color catalog was
for February 18-22 at the City of Miami Country Club in MI- mailed to over 100( thousand community..ll
ami Springs. . Many a person, from many a city were here Negro families in October and
for the up-setting Super Bowl Game.That was some game that November. Blanche Callowayhas
those New played, and you have to give them a lot of lived in Miami for 11 years
credit for it. I don't care what team I pick to win, Mayme's and is an executive with radio
always comes in on top. station WMBM. She began her mi iffi
Southern cities trying to integrate all facilities, and the professional career as a singer { ;
Northern Negroes trying to segregate and separate them- and later teamed up with her
selves.We really are not together,at all.Of course, they have brother Cab.
always had a certain amount of "freedom" but lived "on top .
of each other in tenements in Harlem,"while we had separate, ..
but nicer places to live.Which would you prefer? What we have DIVERSIFIED .
now. The freedom, the integration, the beginning of a good understanding PUBLIC SERVICE :
among all of our people. That is what life is all ANDNOTARY .
about. Love your neighbor, as thyself... whether he is white, PUBLIC
black, yellow or red. ..A society of human beings, living to- : Doti All k 7eopte :
gether in harmony. That is It for this week. Till the next one, '
LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT, PEACEI! STANLEY SWEETING It'j :
Public Relations t ..
Consultant ..
REGISTER GUNS Theatrical Editor ..
JOHN W. ROBERTS, JR. ..
The Miami TimesN , ..
Miamians whop v en't alcording to officials. A 1-7203: .., \ President ..

ready should registered do so their at the fireFire Ml- services station have been registrationarms canceled, 16351 NW 18th Place ,: Member Federal Reserve System GARTH C. REEVES, SR. ..

ami Police Department, 1145 and persons owning 10 or more Bunche Park Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairman of the BoardS .
NW 11th St., between 7 a.m. weapons must bring them to Opa-locka, Florida .
and 8 p.m. any weekday, ac- the police station. * * * * * * * * * * * * *'* * * * * * ** .

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Garth C. Reeves, Jr. ARNETTA WILLIAMS

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An Interview With Betty WrightQ FEATURING A JACKSONITE

Charlayne Williams: Charlayne is a member of Tri-Hi-Y

How did you first become interested in singing? Service Club, National Honor Society, and Visionettes. She is

A I first became interested in singing by my mother's 17 years old, a senior and has been a student at MJHS for three

constant prodding when I was very young. She coached our years. Charlayne has also been member of the band for three

family as a spiritual group and taught us to memorize lyrics years and holds the office of librarian and section leader. She
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and to carry a tune.Q 4 p received a sophmore award entitling her to a scholarship to

When you first started,did you ever anticipate develop.. Wesley College in Massachusettes. This award was given

ing into the talent you are today? for having the highest 10th grade average. She likes the typeof

A I always looked forward to becoming a big r cordlngstar boy that is tall, handsome,preferable older,and one havinga

but sometimes I thought that it was a mere childish dream t good sense of humor.Her motto is"If you set your goal high,

and that I would soon become disinterested in singing. I beganto s you won't fall far from it."

feel that I couldn't make the right contact to give me that
Our "Mighty Gens"played the No. 1 ranked basketball team,
extra towards
push stardom.
and No.1 they are no more. Conquering Northwestern 75-66
Q How do your parents feel about your early start?
totaled a sixth victory against a single loss which guaranteesa
AMy parents feel that it was best that I started early be higher rating in Miami Herald's polls. Northwestern won

cause I'll have a longer time to try and perfect my talent and
eight consecutive games until they met their match last Friday
become the best.Q .
in the Jackson gym. Team members Roy Williams, Robert
How do your parents feel about having to travelso
your
Patterson, James Hepburn, Clarence Patterson, and Lamar
much, and appearing in night clubs?
Martsrnmhfned their skills and know how to easily. over take

A My parents sometimes get lonely when I'm away be- I the Bulls. Both teams meet again in the latter part of the season
cause they miss me and my corny sense of humor. They
agree,
and not being satisfied with our present score, the competition -
however, that by traveling I'm really getting ahead in the world I will be even
greater.
Sod
Stitw tie Meek
and gaining new friends and fans. As far as appearing in night 01( For the first time, our"Soul Marching 100" performed at a
clubs they don't contend with the atmosphere but give their I
basketball game halftime. This combo upset the Bullsas
well
consent to my performing in these places because the kind of Gracing our page this week is Betty Wright, talented -
the
I as Generals while they cut on the "Grapevine" and .
who recording artist for Alston Inc. She a special
people attend these type shows are human also and de- Recording Swingette number "

serve entertainment. By my being loyal entertainer I'm thereto is the daughter of Mrs. Rosalee Wright of 1220 "Weary Blues.
Wrestling season started last week and
give it to them. NW 62nd Terrace and Mr. McArthur Norris. For Northwestern was

QHow were you discovered? Were you discovered by an further details, see interview to the left. 1 first on the agenda. Topping them 38-14CoachGeorge Hayes
has been working with the team since November and found it
agent or did your e cog n i z e your talent and seek to find those ,
a well-balanced With close to 20
one. members on the team
who could help you make the best of it? [I ,
AIn the summer of '66onWMBM radio they held !" Roy Griffin, Raymond Fuller, Lionel Bryant, Nathaniel Man-
gameson ning, Donald Williams Godfrey Powell and
Darryl Walker are
the air
wherein the contestant was to guess the name of the
returning members. Pfospects for a successful season look
record that was spinning at the time and the artist singing the
quite well.A .
record. If you answered correctly, you would win anyone of the Record 170,000 ExpectedFor
new landscaping project is taking place in front of MJHS
top 50 records from a local record shop. Upon winning this

game I was to go and pick up my prize which was a record. Youth FairThe which was destroyed by reconstruction approximately two
Two of years ago. Dade County school system has devised blueprints
my cousins and I started out early that Saturday morn-
annual Dade County Those interested in to beautifully decorate the front
Ing to the record shop. When we arrived inside I taking ar ea. Service clubs have
caught sightof
some beautiful Youth Fair now South Flori- part or obtaining informationon agreed to cover the cost of the project which will be an esti-
the
paintings on wall. I went up Just close
da's largest outdoor attrac- the 19th annual Dade County mated $50.00 each.
enough to see the name of the artist who had painted them.
It read "Willie Clarke." That name rang a bell and I thought tion after quadrupling its at- Youth Fair may do so by call- National Forensic League placed third at the Miami Beach
tendance in the past four ing 635-1743 or visiting the Forensic Festival December 28. James and Michael
maybe that I might know that guy if I saw him, I asked the sales Trapp
girl and she said "There'he is standing in the rear." When I years, will be held January 21- fair offices at 2728 NW 7th Knowles are the proud beholders of a trophy in Debate. Spon-

26 at the Dade County Fair Ave., Miami. sored by Mrs.Yvonne Burkholtz officers include Nick Man-
caught a glimpse of who he was remembered where I had met ,
Grounds, at 9475 North Ken- zini, president; James McQueen vice Sharon
him. He was the guy who Ihad seen on many occasions picking president; Kelly
dall Drive, five miles west of and Cynthia Mason
my brother up for recording sessions.(My brother who is now South Dixie LEARN TO SEW AT BTW secretaries; and James Trapp,treasurer.
guitarist for "King Curtis and the King Pins." Highway. Participants of all band classes were enjoyably entertained

Attention ladiesHow is by a Viola-Guitar Recital Monday January 13. Mr.Juan Merca-
I went and Last year the Fair drew a
over spoke to himandhe
remembered me. Afterwe your new wardrobe budget dal and Victor Stern were the musicians entertaining and have
had talked for quite some time he said he heard record-breaking 154,000visi-
that
toured
my holding out? Have the nation
whole tors. Attendance for 1969 the you won- performing duets that have been written
family was very talented and asked me what was my dered how you'd get that centuries ago. Mr. Stern (from
19th yearly version of the new New York) and Mr. Mercadal
talent. My reply was that I could sing, I guess. He said he dress? if you'd like more (from Cuba) have ben teaching at the University of Miami for
popular event should be in
didn't believe me because I didn't look ,
like I could sing. He clothes 20 and have
excess of why not make them years been professionally playing together for
170,000
reached for a record the according
on "Top 50" rack and asked if I four
to Fair President yourself? It's fun . it's easyto years. The Duo is sponsored by the First National Bank
could sing it. I guess even if I didn't know the song 1 would Christen Henry T. learn-and easy on the bud of Miami who made this recital possible.
have said yes anyway.I told him sure.The record was entitled Sr. The phenomenal get too.

"Summertime" by Billy Stewart, when I completed the song I growth of is the non-profit attraction Enroll, now in a special sew

saw that two other men were present whom I hadn't noticed apparent when one
considers:> the 40,000 visitorsin ing course bring your VFW District WinnerThis I
before. They were whispering and I shuddered to think what 1963. friends. . you can form your
they were talking about. I of
recognized one the men as Mr. own class. 1 You can make a

Clarence Reid, popular song writer for many singing stars The 1969 annual Dade dress while you are learning year's district winnerof :

from Miami. Then I thought to myself, Betty maybe this is County Youth Fair will fea- to sew. the VFW National Voice of

your break, girl, ask to sing again. Well I guess you know I ture a giant midway, a nightly Where? at Booker T.Washington Democracy contest is script writing n> "

sang and sang and sang again. I guest you could say I was in teen-age Battle of the Community School 4-7 Annetta Patrice

another world that was only filled with music. He asked me Bands, fashion shows, horse or 7 10 Mondays. 7-10, Koonce, a 15 year old juniorat

if I could make a rehearsal the following and I too Miami Carol City Senior
day was shows, a dog show, kids milk- Thursday, stop now, and call
overwhelmed to speak In fact I only nodded and looked towards ing contest, and the State's 377-2536. You'll be glad you High School.

heaven to thank that dear old man above. largest poultry exhibit. did. Competing- against students

Directly after school I hurried rehearsal that was to be from high schools in Dade, 1.

held at 5:00 in the back of the shop. Monroe and Broward counties

Mr.Reid handed me a song and told me to listen to how he A Well, on some Monday mornings I arrive at school She received excellent ratings

phrased and played with each little word.After he'd gone over tardy because my plane was late landing or ril miss a half in composition and delivery in

it several times he asked me to sing it along with him. He said day because of my singing but as a whole singing doesn't the district.

that I caught on very fast and would be a pleasure to work with.A really effect my studies. On Feb. 15, Miss Koonce is

local group called the Moovers (which are now the Pro- Q- What is it you dislike about singing. to be honored at a banquet at

lUtes) were also at the rehearsal and at the present were back A I dislik non-cooperative bands which I am often con- the Hialeah VFW Post where

grounding the song I was singing. After that rehearsal and fronted with. Even though I don't put anyone down and I don't she will receive a trophy for
I
many, many more I was told that' I would be recording soon. consider myself the only one on theshowhoweveryouhaveto her accomplishments.LEARN ANNETTA KOONCEOn

Then Mr. Clarke whom I mentioned earlier began to take a have team work to put on a good show.

special interest in me and said that he would like to be my January 17, she is to rep-

personal manager. He asked if it was alright for him to to TO SEW resent this tri-county districtin
go Q How does it feel to have an album on the market anda Sewing classes
house after rehearsal to talk are being state competition, compet-
my with my parents on the mat- big selling 45 RPM to your credit.A offered at the of
ter. I called mom and she agreed. After their discussion they Just following cen- ing against representatives

concluded that it was best that I had a manager to take care fabulous.Q supercalifragislisticexpialadocious. Absolutely ters Monday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 11 other VFW districts in

of my business affairs pertaining to recording, etc .. and 7-10 p.m. J. E. Scott Florida. This is to be a deciding -

I really considered myself as a Do feel Cottage, 2187 NW 22nd Ave. point, because the win-
very lucky young lady and you that education is important in this field?
thank you Miami for your incessant help. You could say only If so, whyA Tuesday, Mia ml Northwestern ner at this level then goes to
Sr.
; that I was discovered solely by Mr. Clarke but Mr. Reid gave I feel that education is especially important in the field noon High School 9 a.m. to 12 Washingto, D;C. to meet the
and 1
that extra 4 p.m.; Miami president and witness the national -
me push. of. entertainment. You are always coming in contact with im- Jackson
1751
NW 36th
Q DO you plan to make a career out of singing or if you p>rtant people .and you must make yourself an interesting 10 p.m.; St. 7- judging.
Wednesday 'In ,
Semi- national competition
plan to attend .college, are you considering another major. person by your speech. Knowledge is invaluable and no matter nola Park Recreation competingfor
Center contestants will be
A Yes, I plan to make singing a career. also plan to what field you chose for a career you should know a little about 520 W. 23rd St. Hialeah
6- rangingfrom
attend and major in subjects other than your more pronounced interests. 9 scholarships
college foreign_ languages or math. Since P.m.;Thursday Miami
Jackson to dollars.
singing is a profiting profession you will encounter business $1,500 $5,000
Q Being a student at Notre Dame Academy, an all girls matters wherein most of your school learning must be 7 Sr. High, 1751 NW 36th St. Miss Koonce is the daugh-
applied 10
private academy are you affected in anyway because of your to get reasonable results. To make long story short, stay in for-the p.m. Registration fee ter of Mr. and Mrs. George

singing? school. sixteen week course is Koonce, Sr. of 3051 NW 184thSt.
$3.00.
., Miami.





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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969 11


I Carver YMCA launches 1969 Membership DriveThe i, : S ; :!


Carver Branch of the To want the child of the black tal source community
YMCA began its 1969 mem- community to assert his strength.

bership drive, Monday, Jan. blackness with pride and
13, with Mrs. Dana Dorsey dignity and offer him nothing, Said Mrs. Chapman: "The I

Chapman as membership representing, at least in part, George Washington Carver
Branch YMCA has existed and
chairman.In the sweat of black unity is to I
served this community for as I
flagrantly discount the mean-
recent years, under the long as I can remember as a
ing of identity development, I
leadership of Ray monv Thorn- blacks nowithstandlng. child and adult in Miami. It
ton, director, the Carver has contributed vastly to the
YMCA has assumed an Increasingly The source of most of the financial worthwhile growth of our
significant role in support for all of Dade youngsters. Carver Branch

the wholesome development County's branches of the YMCA belongs to our youth. "::\

black youth of the Miami com- YMCA is through the United What snore worthwhile con- .' ',- {, -' };, 'r !., \
and member- tribution the communitymake ,; ,
munity. Fund through can <"; '.
<> ship fees. However, a great other than investing in f '"; $ t.
The expanded program includes number of black youth who our children?" { \' , I : "
arts and crafts(pottery should and must be served Membership fees are: $3.00 1. \

making, basket weaving,ceramics MRS. DANA CHAPMAN through the YMCA are financially children; $5.00, teenagers, s ;; ', ," " \ .3'1:
); photography, beginning unable to support young adults; $10, adults;$Z5, '. '
piano creative and modern First Federal Savings and payment for membershipinthe family; $100, central club : : j.: :
dancing, ballet Judo} karate,, Loan Association and Hallo- various aspects of the program membership. :' J ,1 :

educational games, team and ween and Christmas programs To date,the"Y"has not Address contributions and ,

group games, quiet games permitted non-payment to act membership fees to; carver : .
(chess, monopoly, Chinese as a deterrent for participation. Branch Young Men's Christian 'jp .4)j ,
checkers). Also available is a Although many notable It has been the policy to Association, Miami, Fla. .,
library open daily from 2 p.m. strides have been made in the permit inclusion on a"plr- .. .{, ,' :
to 8 p.m. and on Saturdaysfrom total program offered at the later" policy i ie .., ,1.: .,..Y
ticipate now,pay '
9 p.m. to 1 p.m. "Y," much Is still needed In r 'f

During the summer the organization the area of equipment and facilities Nevertheless, in order to :- i
served 450 black It must be remembered continue the expanded pro- II 'II I

children in an extensive nine- that the Carver"Y" serves gram and keep the black youth 'f- ::
week program which included the black community acting as participating inwh olesome "

free meals and transportation. a catalyst for youth recrea- activities, it now becomes the i DOUBLE ACTION
Other recent activities include tional activities; yet,financial responsibility of the adults to GlaY IuL{ .8ac6a4a kJalee WtdiJtutu ;

participation in the Black Arts participation by the citzens of assert their blackness as evi- ' ZDRf 'SESIWItIAMlifEMATTHEW 1
Festival, a week of presenta- the black community has left denced through concerted financial : 'Ru.tlaitd
tions at Roosevelt Branch of much to be desired. contribution to this vi
Barbara Wake was married
Campbell, Barbara Davis,
to Lester H. Rutland on December Misses
Dorothy Speights and
28, at 7:00 p.m. at
Harriette Styles.Their dresses -
Bethany Seventh Day Adven- ,, were styled like that of the
tist Church. Elder C. B. Rockof
matron of honor and bouquetswere
. Atlanta, Ga. and Elder R. L,. of royal and light blue
ALEXANDER HEISSON ,
Woodfork of Miami officiated
(1866-1955) i at the candle-light ceremony carnations.
Flower girls were Tracy
EXPLORER, Born in Charley County, Maryland, Voy (&k j Miss Annie, Russell was organist Robinson niece of the bride,
aged to Japan, France, Spain, West Africa, Russia and \ \ '\; '"- ,i; I Mrs. Brenda Dean,, Karen Bryant and Marc I a

the Philippines In search of adventure. Accompanied fl\\ 3. 's ,,;t:. + : soloist. Brown. Their dresses were
Admiral Robert E. Peary In expeditions to reach North ttr The br'ideyoungest daugh-
Pole In 1891, 1900, 1902 and 1905 April 6, 1909 \ drama < : d ter of Mr.Willard E.Wake and styled like David matron and brides-
Henson, sent forward by Peary, became the first man to is maids. Robinsonnephew
Osie Doster
Mrs. a graduateof
reach the North Pole, as he planted the American Flag bt'' Miami Northwestern and of the bride wore a dark suit
on the 'Top of the World' Received the Gold Medal of ">' and carried a white bible.
the Geographic Society and the Congressional Medal of '; ; Central State University, Charles Rutland was his
Honor,(Civil OivisioiC} : '; Patterson, New Jersey Schools Gary Davis, Kenneth

,).';' ;s system. Miller, Claude Long, Richard
i i The groom,son of Mr. Lester Campbell and Ike Hayes.
11 H. Rutland Sr. and the late Maurice Long lighted the
Mrs. Rutland is a graduate of candlelabras and the candles
Alabama State College and is that adorned the pews of the
f.v ; presently teaching in the New bride and groom's side of the

jersey school system. church.
jf The bride given in marriage Mrs. Osie Doster.Tiother of
I "
by her father, wore a formal the bride was lovely in a blue
gown of white Peau de souie worsted silk long length gown

"_ with seed pearls embroiled with blue matching pill box
> lace on sleeves, hemline and A reception followed at the
'v1
r bodice. The bouffant skirt end Brownsville EOPL Mrs. De-

ed in a chapel train. Her 3/4 lores R. Miller registered

i length veil of double illusion guests, Mrs. Missouri Doster
i net was held by a tiara She gifts. Hostess was Mrs. Edna
1. carried a bouquet of white \mmons.

roses. Mrs. Price was in charge
) Marcele Wake Robinson was of refreshments.

her sister's matron of honor. After a honeymoon at the
She wore a full length gown of Sea Des Hotel on Miami Beach
.
royal blue velvet and light blue the couple will return to New
satin. Her shoulder length veil Jersey

that the first of light blue net was held by a Out of town guests. Mr. and
Did you know bandeau o f royal blue velvet. Mrs. Richard Campbell, Patterson -

Royal blue and light blue car- N. J.; Mr. and Mrs.
nations ,formed her hand bou Parson and daughter, St. Augustine -

reach the North Pole quet.Bridesmaids Fla.;'Patricia Myers,
man to were Mes- New York, and Shirley Walters -

dames,Joyce Tucker,Beverly Arkansas. r .



was black? toxilc 'Natural




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I I Local Development Firms Back New Black Ventures .I. .I

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Local development com- $376,200 for operation of an minority-owned and operated, is integrated under an equal In the Philadelphia shopping guarantee.

panies are proving to be effective industrial facility by Oppor- Samuels said, with the unique partnership.Under consideration c e nterwillincludeapharmacy "The local development

means of financing tunity Products, Incorporated, distinction that they are also is a 10th business venture beauty shop, barbershop company has proved to be
black entrepreneurship in in an "inner-city" area.Huntington supported by major J which Is to be Negro-owned. restaurant, laundromat sucessful, jn helping rural

metropolitan areas, HowardJ. National Bank,Colum- established business that have Samuels said that the major'i ice c rea, m and snack areas d e v, e lop Industries,"
Samuels, head of the Small bus, is providing$33,858 of the taken a prominent part in plan- flue nee behind t b e' shop, boutique: and a shoe Samuels said, "Now we are
Business Administration, said financing and the local de- ning the project and will offer Philadelphia shopping center store. demonstrating that this pro-

Monday.As velopment company is puttingup consultants to help the small development is Great Scott ,First Pennsylvania Bankingand gram can also be effective in

examples, Samuels cited $37,620.In firm. Food Market, owned by Perl- Trust Company, Philadel- financing Inner city development
SBA's recent approval of the Columbus venture, Eight of the. nine business off Brothers, a food wholesale phia, is providing $696,431 of at very little expense to
eleven black-owned business both the local development financed by SBA in Philadelphia firm.In. the total cost of the Philadel- the government in areas where

ventures in Philadelphia, Bal- company and the small : are Negro-ownedand addition to a food market, phia projects with a loan back- there is sufficient community

timore, and Columbus, Ohio, business being assisted are operated, amuels said. One the minority-owned ventures ed by a 90 percent SBA backing."

costing $1,306,013, percent uu.. .. u. ,,_".". u. ,...._ ._..' "'N .... ,, _.u u_ .u'" .u' ._u u ", ....,,"o.u H U uu ,. . ..."_. "''',,., .W.'.' ".= ,"' _Yrw M_ ".,.' .... Y '"
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tures were developed by the k?. ,:, Y .e.,"}{>.k ..' f .,d t t -1 j1
Greater Philadelphia Enter- .@ : <,
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prises Development Corporation 5x
headed by Clarence Far- ,j

mer, a prominent Negrobusi-
nessman.

The businesses are part of "'iL".
the development of a neighbor 't'y'
:\- ;
hood shopping center at 52nd. '
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Street and Woodland Avenue,
in Southwest Philadelphia's JI

"inner-city" area.

An SBA loan of $82,400 to ,1(, ,. I

Ebony Development Corpora- "..."i- ,
tion in Baltimore, will rebuild ,"?ff'i,
and equip a neighborhood food .- i
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market to be operated by Randolph rah .',." i
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: J. Hall. Total cost of this t,. I
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w last week's column the nomics<: because of his hand- periods. Remedy may be found -
concept was developed of the to-mouth existence. This kind in new institutions to modifythe -- '"

New Thrust devoting emphasis of problem can be attacked credit status of the ghetto i .
to social change by using through consumer education, resident through insurance, ,. ,
methods of systems-change forms of insurance,formationof group see u r It y, or other ."
confrontation. The next step credit unions.He guarantees. New legislation, I } ,
>
In understanding the New also suffers from the un- such as the "truth lending" l'.;,
Thrust Is to focus on the problems scrupulous merchant, the bill, is required to eliminate A l: "t" xs Ysii

solving aspect of door-to-door salesman, the practices which havenot r /\t"-'*, f. "' ''i. j
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systems change. gyp artist who exploit both the hitherto been Illegal.Ultimate lJ'i 't''
A' ; \
In seeking to bring about ignorance and the cir- solutions. will probably
social change, The Urban cumstances of the ghetto poor. Involve a very basic modification -
League will work In terms of This kind of credit problemcan of the traditional relation-
programs to be executed. The be attacked In part by the ship between debtor and credi-
test of achievement lies in the same strategy as the first, tor in order to bring their respective -
results, I In evidence that the building up the resident's re- legal rights into line
problem Is being solved or sistance and his ability to detect with the rea 11 11 e s of the
substantially reduced, not In exploitative tactics, modification of the traditional
the effort expanded or the In part by mobilization of the relationship between debtor
number of individuals served. law when the abuse involvesan and creditor in order to bring
Many of the problems which illegal practice, and in part Vjthr ealltiesofthe z

confronts, the, .people of. our by organized pressure which modern economy in which we ... 1
ghetto involved at least three may force or persuade the of- now, live. -- ---- -

different aspects: fenders to change their ways. A pro b 1 m-solving ap-
(1)) the ghetto resident's inability Thirdly, there is the wholly proach involves Initial ana Urban League staff of Family Planning Project, (Left to Right) Mrs. Jan- ,

to cope because of a legitimate but basically Im- lysis to determine the natureo ice Barrett, assistant director; Mrs. Evelyn Wright, director and Mrs. Diane I

lack of training, knowledge of moral operation of a credit f the problem, discover its Pierce, secretary. The newly opened office is at 4638 NW 27th Avenue. Tele-
a v a liable resources, understanding system designed to protect the basic as well as its more Im- phone is 6332573.
of Institutions security of the lender,'which mediate causes,distinguished
structures and how they work, operates consistently to the superficial manifestationsfrom
ability to use social instru- disadvantage of those who look fundamental factors,and Urban league Opens family
ments to which other elementsin the sources of securityproperty Identify possible approachesto I
the society are accustomed, steady Income, suf- alternative or partial solu-
(2)) abuses which victimize ficient income, record of repayment tions, the feasibility of these Planning/ CenterThe
ghetto residents because of to which lenders look. several approaches, how
-
the Ir economic,educational, These fundamental credit pro- they are interrelated,and what
or geographic weakness can betaken blems do not constitute abuses Indicators of progress can be Greater Miami Urban Moreover, family planningcan Wright has been named direc-
advantages o f by un- of the system, but the working used to evaluate the results of League has received a grant have the effect of reducingthe tor of the family planning cen-
for $ 105,000 from the For rate of infant mortality. It ter. Mrs.Wright was formerly
scrupulous persons; and; of the system itself in such a measures taken. In order to
((3) basic institutions, lawsor way that the person who starts work toward basic social Foundation to open a Family is well known that death rates, a Unit Supervisor the Fla.
practices, accepted as the without the conditions which change, the Urban League will Planning Center. The center for black babies in the nationare State Welfare De rtment.She
norm In American society, make him a "good risk" has design its program in terms of will be at 4638 N.W. 27thAve. twice as high and this gap is a g r a d u ate of Bethune-
which operate""> to the dis- his disabilities compoundedand problems to be carried out. Miami is one of threeUrba n is widening. It would appear Cookman College and has attended -
League affiliated cities that planning can be a Florida A & M Uni
advantage of the people of the finds no way out.Only very desig- family
ghetto and cannot be dealt with basic changesincredit The Urban League Intends to nated to receive the family significant factor In improving versity.
through the elimination of Institutions and practices, become a problemsolvinglink planning grant. a family's potential for The Assistant Director is
between the ghetto and the breaking out of the vicious Mrs. Janice Bar t t.
r e Mrs.
abuses or enhancement of the even in the traditional legal, The primary objective of
establishments.: 'We see k to cycle of p o v e r t y and de- Barett is a former Social
to
capacity cope, but only relationship between creditor this new program is to streng-
of the
develop the power poor pendence.The Worker with the Florida State'
through legal or other funda- and debtor,can solve the credit the for then h o m e and family life
mental modification of the Institution problem at this level.A partialremedymaybefoundin by helping poor get through enabling parents program will seek to Welfare Department. She is a
themselves the things they
of
graduate
Tuskegeeln-
or accepted practice and to determine whether and when bring low-income families together -
need. By combing solfdfy-
itself. s p e c i a 1 credit Insitutions to have children. Family plan- with family planning stltute.
ing our resources, locally and
Taking the problem of creditas tailored to the needs of the ning makes it possible for services, in order to help the Secretary for the project is
nationally the League can
Mrs. Diane
an example, we see that the group, as occurred more than make real parents to decide how many families realize their aspira- Pierce. Mrs.
a impact
ghetto resident suffers be- three d e cad e s ago when children they will have, con- tions for fewer and better Pierce has been employed at
cause of his lack of knowledge special forms of agricultural. We have attempted to indicate ,I sequently giving them greater spaced births, and thus to the Urban League with the
about credit practices, his credit, with institutions for administering the multi-faceted control over their social and manage their lives better. To Operation Equality Program.Mrs. .
failure to read or understandthe them,were creat- possibilities of the New Thrust economic destiny.The achieve this objective will require Wright said, that in
sma 11 print, his lack of ed to meet the needs of farm- in this series of articles. institutional changes and implementing this program it
skill In budgeting,his inabilityto ers for whom regular commer Next week we will talk about a b lilt y of families attltudinalbehavloralchanges is the Urban League's goal to
calculate ahead because of cial credit Was only available Methods to eliminate racismas to supervise, educate and among both the responsible "Improve the organization and
the uncertainty of his Income, at exorbitant rates and for unrealisticallyshort- a central concern of the New house their children, provide agencies and the potential delivery of family planning information -
health and meet nutritional and techniques to
Thrust. care -
or to takead.vantage ofeco- clients.Specifically.
needs to a large extent the poor, so that they will have
is a function of Income. The the program the sam e choices as their
conclusion being that incomes vill seek to assess the adequacyof more affluent neighbors and so
'T and the number of children cur r e n family planning that their children will have
d are two m a J o r Interacting services and mobilize community -,} less chance of starting their
h; components with practical implication support for expansion lives with social and health
for strengthening of services to meet indicated handicaps."

family life. Studies show that com munity needs. Also to Presently, the new staff is
the average black consistently locate prospective patients in receiving orientation and will
hS desire smaller families, but need of family plannlngser- be ready, for inquiries from
have not made'as much use of vices and assist them in utilize! the' public The telephone
family planning as white log the services,and to Involvethe number is 633-2573.
couples. The black populationcontains population and family
planning agency representatives ......,........................,.............;..;..:.....:..:..:..:..:0o .:......._........-,.-,....'.....:.-.
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people who are uninformed of in Improving: the :
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f a m 11 y planning techniques.Thus organization, deliveryand
many are unresponsiveto quality of services. I NEXT WEEK 1.J!

andunreachedbythe Mrs. Maude K. Reid, President .,'
W 'present organization and delivery I of the M I ami Urban '{ G.A.S.S.r
of family planning services League Board Directors has iI' ::::
Low income Negro announced the staffing of the 1
families are likely to be overwhelmed local project. Mrs. Evelyn :SWmttWtfmURBAN ;:;: : :; ::;:; : ::::;::::::::::::::::::::::
by a host of problems

in their dally lives. LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES: +

T. Willard Fair, Executive L. E. A. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. 758-5551
4 Director of the Greater Miami LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Urban League said in his j announcement 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302
of the project that
"Family planning is no miracle OPERATION EQUALITY
cure for the miseries of 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268
poverty, and it is certainly no 2338 All Baba Avenue 685-0342
COKE HOSTS SOUTHERN BLACK POLITICANS CONFERENCE substitute for massive pro- 536 S. W. 12th Avenue. 358.2226

ATLANTA, GEORGIA Pictured at a reception preceding the kickoff grams to provide better jobs, 6740 NW 15th Avenue 691.3811

banquet for the recent Southwide Conference of Black Elected Officials heldin income maintenance,education, COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
(left ,to right) Kelvin Wall of the Market housing and health care.However 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264
Atlanta, Georgia, are : manager It is an Important step
Development Department of Coca-Cola USA; Vernon Jordon, director of the toward {Strengthening: family CITIZENS CORPS,
of and life and toward improving 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
Voter Education Project, conference spans as; John Morris YEP con-

ference chairman; and Representative Julian Bond of the Georgia Legislature, parent's economic ability to FAMILY PLANNING
i n f1 u e n ce the growth and
4638 NW 27th Avenue
who was keynote speaker for the evening. Coca-Cola USA sponsored the reception developments their 633.2573THE

which opened the conference for the black lawmakers. children."


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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969Former

J= Conference On African Studies





#+ Held At Atlanta UniversityATLANTAA


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unique and to the movement.Over history, in me arts, and lathe
300 out-of-town con- contempora American
unprecedented gathering con- 300 from the local social, political and cultural
vened in Atlanta, Georgia recently ferees, plus
contex recorded
and Atlanta community by the
4 tb } S Ai the Conference onAfricanandAfrican colleges
3 for
,''s f x participated in the conference conferenc e." This information -

30 scholar will be carefully
i American Studies in the headed by
from nationwide. The complied and widely distri-
experts
: Undergraduate College, spon- was possible by the buted in published form to fur-
conference
sored by the School of Arts and
curricular
nish guidelines
cooperation of six institutionsof for
b.) Sciences Atlanta University. the Atlanta UniversityCenter program innovation. "In other

DrRichardLongprofessor from the Southern words, the conferences hope
: of English and African by a grant
; Education Foundation,and to induce beneficial change by
and conference coordinator
Art at AU,
United introducing intellectual orderin
said, "This is the by the assistance of the
Board for College Develop an area where there is at
first conference on this sub-
ment. In addition to AU, 15 pre s e n t only academic
ject to be held ontheAU campus -
"
and universities serve. chaos, Dean Barksdale concluded
colleges
The conference served
the initial step to organize and ed as sponsors. More than 35 .
As one immediate
institutions con- result of
structure curricula in the
tributors. the conference, Dr. Long will
studies because of rising con-
c" Dean Richard Barksdale, direct a Center for the
:: cern and black conscience for
and Sciences Institute on African and
School of Arts ,
lit-
----- -- A f r i can history, art,
said "An unprecedented record African-American Studies on
erature and music." ,
. Banker Opens Hamburger Business "Black cur r i cui m" of expert information on the Atlanta University campusin

J. D. Mack, vice presidentof Mack was the only Negro made his dream come true. programs have mushroomed the black American's place in the summer of 1969.

National Industrial Bank of holding such a position in the The desire for quick food ser across the nation.It is recognized -

I, Miami, has resigned his position state. He was like a fixture at vice now is fantastic and Mack that many of these

with the bank to go into the bank and he will be missedby intends to sell lot of burgers, programs were hastily improvised I -

business for himself. many. He started with the and we believe he will. poorly organizedand s 1 -'
a B
bank in April, 1965 when it poorly taught. Therefore,
-
was initially opened. He said Shown in picture, seated, the purpose of this conferencewas

WESTINGHOUSECREDIT that there was always a burn- Roland M. Stafford, presidentof to give meaningful direction

ing desire to be "the boss," Peoples Bank of Commerce; and academic coherence

CORP. and owning your own businessis Mr. Mack, Lynn Lummas,

SALES the only way to be the absolute bank attorney. Standing Tom

REPRESENTATIVEExcellent boss. Butler, SBA regional director;
The services previously
With this William Gendron, vice presi-
career desire and a will
oppor available at the fire stations
tunlty. Rapidly expanding to accomplish his goal,he con- dent Peoples Bank of North have been canceled.Also,per
Sale Finance Company. tacted the Small Business Administration Miami Beach.
Work In Credit, Collectionand sons owning ten or more guns
Sale activities Involving for assistance.As must now bring them to the
a result of the effortof
Consumer FinancIng joint
GUNN REGISTRATION police station no longer will
Experience In Credit, SBA and the Peoples BankIng -
Banking or Sales desirable, Mack is anyone come to their homes. ',.- Group, now the
but not necessary. Salary Effective Immediately all
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failed to register their fire- GIRL FRIDAY
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a special thanks
Insurance, Pension their to the Miami
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of Miami's oldest land "Back to Africa" philosophy
marks will fall victim to the The congregation of the
.tn bulldozers of the.city's urban House of Prayer under Bishop
: renewal program soon when Watson won approval from the
the old UNIA Halll will be torn Metro Zolng Appeals Board
down to make way for new and Monday to build a new churchat
better housing. NW <62nd< St. and 24th Ct.
The frame building on the
Watson
1 1e Bishop explainedthat
a southwest corner of 19th the present church at 1834
Street and 4th Court has been condemnedto
NW Fourth Ct.was
the home of the House of Prayer make way for the downtown
( 4, I Iz church for the past several redevelopment program, the
years. congregation was told it could
I Old time Miamians will remember -
t ; bid on land for a new churchIn
n mA4PpK when it was the local
the model cities are.
headquarters for Universal
Negro International Association The church will receive
I and followers of Marcus $17,600 for its existing build-
Garvey were preaching his ing and land
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F.Members Speak At Primary

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of the first OIC managerial training class.Seated: Boyer, Phoenix, Ariz.; Norman Jones, Chicago 111.; Samuel School "C"
Robert Brown, white house special assistant to President- Thompson, Oakland, Calif; Booker T. !sam,Milwaukee, Wise.;
elect Nixon; L. D. Reddlck, director of managerial training Michael Van Leesten, Providence, R. lj; Samuel Marshall, During the week of January States: Louisiana, Mississippi
program; Rev. Leon Sullivan, OIC founder. Standing, from Roanoke, Va.; Samuel Dickson, Dallas Tex.; Marvin Williamson 20, Primary School "C" will Alabama, and Arkansasfor
left to right Leon Holsey,. staff member; Lewis Williams, Okla., Okla.; George Leake, Charlotte, N. C.; Clarence be honored with the presenceof all federal projects under
Greensboro, N. C.; Albert Taylor, Oakland, Calif.; Sylvester Brisco, Denver, Colo.; Barbara Y.Davis,staff;Charlie King, prominent Negro Educator, Titles I and JO. Dr. SpearmanIs
Buch, Seattle, Wash.; Nancy Brown, staff; Percy Anderson, Mansfield. Ohio; Lewis Wade Jones,visiting consultant;Robert Dr. Leonard Spearman. Dr. the brother of Mrs. Age-
Long Beach, Calif.; Matthew Moore, Pittsburgh, Pa.; C.J.W. Hill, New Haven, Conn.; Samuel J. Moncur, Miami, Fla.;Ell- Spearman is a graduate of noria Paschal who is principalof
Anderson, Boston, Mass.; Charlie Johnson, Champaign, Ill.; wood Jackson, Washington D. C.;Walter Clark,New York arrived Florida A&M University, He Lillie C. Evans Elemen-
also holds Master's and a School In Miami.
Robert Reid, Cinn.; Joe Anthony, Clarksdale, Miss.; Herb, after photograph was taken. a tary
Doctorate Degree from the Dr. Spearman will speak
University of Michigan.Pres- Tuesday. Jan. 20, at 7:30p.m.
I OIC Managerial Program Gets Under WayTwentyfour ently, he serves as the dean on the topic "Negro history:
of the lower division of education Today's leaders and their
of the brightest iar with the problem. More- Tuskegee Institute.At Manfield, Ohio;George Leake, and the experimentalschool philosophies." The entire
young men of the nation over, since he teaches the this same opening ses-. Charlotte, N. C.;Samuel Mar- of reading at Southern community is invited to come
have gathered at the OIC build- Economics of the Ghetto at sion, a surprise guest was shall, Roanoke, Virg.; Samuel University.He out and hear this dynamic
ing (Coulter & Green Streets) Temple university, it was natural Robert Brown, newly appointed James Moncur, Miami, Fla.; also serves as consul- speaker.PETE'S .
in Philadelphia for a three that he would turn to his White House appointee as Matthew Moore, Pittsburgh,
months Intensive course in Temple colleagues and to the Special Aide President- Pa.; Robert Reid, Cincinnati,
managerial training.Thesetwo Wharton School of Finance for Elect Nixon Mr.Brown spokein Ohio; Albert Taylor, Oakland, in The GROVE
dozen men are executive assistance. The result of these praise of OIC and the ad- Calif.; Samuel Thompson,
directors, deputies and other efforts is a three months Intensive vantages of good managerial Oakland, Calif.; Michael Van 3672 Grand Ave
key administrative leaderswho program of studies and training and hard work. Leesten, Providence, Rhode Phone 444-8572
have been selected from field work in general manage- The names and OIC loca- Island; Lewis Williams, ..
the staff of some 70-odd OILS ment, financial management, tions of the 24 managerial Greensboro, N. C.; and Mar- Formal Wear RentalA
(Opportunities Industrialization -. urban sociology, manpower,! trainees are as follow:C.J.W. vin Williams on, Oklahoma
Centers) that are scattered minority history and the whole Anderson Boston, Massachu- City. Complete Selection of

throughout the country.Rev. range of OIC theory and prac setts; Percy Anderson, Long MEN'S FORMAL WEAR & ACCESSORIESWillie
Leon H. Sullivan and tices. Philadelphia OIC is used Beach, Calif.; Joe Anthony, Howard U
his National Industrial Ad- as a prototype.At Clarksdale, Miss.; Clarence Leonard, Owner (TF)
visory Board had noted that at the opening training session Brisco, Denver, Col.; Hubert Speech
least half of the operational last week, Rev. Sullivan Boyer, Phoenix, Ariz.; Syl- ExpertAt
problems of these Job-train- referred to Dr. Reddick as an vester Burch, Seattle, Wash.;
Ing centers might be resolved "organizing genius." Red- Walter C larke,New York, Holmes t
by Improved training of dick, in turn, passed on the N. Y.; Samuel Dickson,Dallas Call
their top management. Ac- credit to his resident staff-- Tex.; Robert Hill, New Haven, Elementary
cordingly, Dr. L. D. Reddickwas Prof. Leon D. Holsey, Miss Conn.; Ellwood C. Jackson,
asked to design such a Barbara Y. Davis and Mrs. Washington, D. C.; Booker T. Dr. Charles G. Hurst, Jr., 1 CHARLESROGERS
training package for the OIC Nancy C. Brown.Visiting con- Isom, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; director of the Communication -
executives. Dr.R e d d i c k had sultants Include Dr. St. Clair Charlie J. Johnson, Champaign Sciences Research Cen-
directed the OIC Institute for Drake of Roosevelt Universityand HI.; Norman Jones, ter and Professor of Speechat
two years and was thus fa mil- Dr. Lewis Wade Jones of Chicago, Hl.1Charles; M.King, Howard University, Wash-
ington, D. C., will lead a two- AT PL 1-7502
day conference in Miami this
week on speech for the lang- FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

14 FABRIC BAZAAR uage handicapped.Dr. PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
Hurst, widely published STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
authority and international INSTRUMENTS.
lecturer on educating black
children and on communicative -
TREMENDOUS SELECTIONUPHOLSTERY
skills, will appear in professional
FABRICS meetings and semi-
nars at Holmes Elementary
School on Thursday and Fri-
30,000 YDS. !};,: ALSO HUGE VARIETY OF FINEST DE. day, January 9 and 10.
VALUES l CORATIVE UPHOLSTERY FABRIC According to Dr. Bert Kiel-
1 300 lKt IMPORTED CUT VELVETS BROj .
man, director of the sponsor-
to TO 6.95 | j CADES,. LINENS NYLONS., ETC. Ing Special Programs division -

fii: ''u5'.Skk !!,ju,. :AW.\ .H {IJli.m$. < f;* \\t x m Dade County Schools,
the visit of Dr. Hurst is cen-
THE NEW LOOK : i VINYL PLASTIC tered upon his plan for im-

IMITATION I.,,:} proving the speech and lang-
ANIMAL FURS 150 to 250VALUES uage of culturally impoverished -
;
youngsters.
LEOPARD GIRAFFE TIGER 'I 1
ZEBRA, ETC. 56 IN. WIDE ,4 TO 6.00 YD.DRAPERY The plan ties in, Dr. Kleiman -
r said, with intensive work PSk
locally by Head Start,and Fed- ..
eral Relations Advisor, Clif-
FABRICSMMMMMHHi ton E. Mitchell, to improve e
everyday speech and dictionof 1 tWE
parents as well as clldren
129 in disadvantaged areas of the
60,000 AO *
county.
to
YARDS *fry I YD- Research, development and SELL HAPPINESS

.instructional personnel, ele- AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
OF ORIGINAL PRICEe teachers and admin-
ALL AT FRACTION mentary ti..r..n..d..F NrlKvth Iar..w.rONLY
) istrators, and Dade cultural IS MINUTES MOM ANYWMIH IN MIAMI -
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BEADS ANDDANGLES UNBREAKABLE BEAD CURTAIN ference, led by Project Man- Phone 7517502Or
DECORATION,
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GROVEOn

Saturday, Dec. 14, a party was sponsored by Social Ser-
vice Zeta Beta Tau members of Kappa Gamma served as
hostesses, University of Miami. The 22 children were enter-
tained by the sponsors. After lunch, Santa Claus arrived on
Coral Gables fire truck. After the presents were opened we
went into the cafeteria and were shown a cartoon and a fea- .
tured film, during the intermission we were served cookies, {3
cake, punch and ice cream.

Sunday, Dec. 15 there were two Christmas parties, one at
our center and the other at Virrick Park, sponsored by Mrs.
Arkin, instructor of distributive education club of North Mi-
ami High.

The St. Alban'Day Nursery Center was invited to a Christ- 4
mas party in the air,sponsored Eastern Airlines. We would _
like to thank Mr. E. E. Northcutt in his efforts and consider-
ation for helping make possible a Christmas these kids shall
never forget.
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JOHN F. KENNEDY NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER '


Mrs. Merian Smith, center manager, wishes to thank all
who were generous in their donations during the year 1968.
Your cooperation has made it possible for the staff members
to perform their duties with great pleasure.
The JFK center held their annual Christmas tree lighting

Wednesday, Dec. 18. Mrs. Anne Silver officially lighted the
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15 foot treet which she and her husband Mr. Max Silver donated wb ri t -
T' t

Friday, Dec 20, the Metropolitan Senior Centers of Dade

County sponsored a Christmas Party for the J. F. K. Senior
Centers. Gifts were presented to all seniors by Santa Claus,
and refreshments were served.

Santa Claus, 'portrayed by Miss Lana Smith, visited the
children of the Fannie Turner Child Opportunity Center Fri-
day, Dec. 20. He brought with him a gift for each child donated -
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by the Kiwanis Club of Homestead.Gifts were also donatedby
This past Christmas was a fine holiday for the people of the from left), tare pictured here helping the students
the Girl Scout Troop 86 and the Girl Scout Troop 347. The unload the I
Opa-locka area, thanks in part to the great efforts of the Nor- arriving packages
children enjoyed their Christmas party and the visit from land High School.The students collected and contributed nearly - - - - -

Santa. 900 large boxes of food, clothing and toys, to the poor peopleof
the area Mr. O'Berry (picture 1, fourth from left on
CULMER CENTER ground), and Mr. Michael McDearmaid, center managerfifth Family

The center presented its'annual Senior Citizens Christmas
Party, Dec. 18, gifts and fruit was presented to everyone, ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM, INC.
through the courtesy'of the Dade County Senior Centers ,and OF DADE COUNTY Health
the Central Christian Church of Christ.

Special thanks to Mrs. Bertha Perry and Mrs. Thelma Leeof <" Contact your,nearest neighborhood center,.
Dade County Senior Centers. Mrs. Annie Sweenings who is Center Address CenterThe

our senior citizens for the month of December,was not at theparty. Culmer-490 N.W. 11th Street

However, her presence was not greatly missed, as we Brownsville-2741 N.W. 49th Street '
all love her. After the party,flu shots were given to the sen- N.W. 75th Street
Liberty City-1900 Family Health Center is building a
new to
way care for
iors and staff by Mrs.Gladys Ross,R.N. of Dade County Search Coconut Grove-3743 Grand Avenue'Coconut Grove) children. Why is this Important and what does it mean to you.
and Serve Project. Perrine-17801 Homestead Avenue (Perrine) "We feel that children are important that
they represent all
The Culmer Federal Credit Union Christmas party was a John F. Kennedy-422 S.W. 11th Avenue (Homestead) our hopes for the future, for a better life. We feel that
we
success, there were children and adults in attendance.The Opa Locka-2338 All Baba Avenue (Opa Locka) should provide for our children the best we can; that we should
Temple Israel Child Opportunity Center had its pre Edison Little River-7467
N.W. 7th Avenue keep them healthy so they can develop strong bodies and minds.

Christmas parents teachers luncheon party December 19, gifts South Mlami-6581 S.W. 59th Place (South Miami) Our child care program at the Familv. n Health____renter__,.___ f.q_ hornet____,..
were presented and also teachers aids Mrs. Bea
by parents by J upon this philosophy," related Dr. Robert G. Rosenberg,
Kramer is the director.
pediatric consultant
for the Family Health Center.
If we are to keep children healthy and happy we have to develop -
Shop at Your FriendlyJOE'S a betterway of giving them, top rate health care because

the old ways have certainly been inadequate. We know,that
r many of our children have never seen a physician or a dentist
MARKETThe except when they were very sick. We know that many have
never had their Immunizations to protect them from polio,
MWNIII>dse whooping cough,and measles We ? know that health services
_
ww have been scattered all over town and that people had to go to
Best In Groceries Meats and SundriesWe
many different sources to obtain,care. We know that service
4 wF has often been slow, discourteous, and impersonal.
Feature Our new way of providing care brings everything under one
roof. No more traveling different centers.Instead,our ser-
vices will all be located in the
Family Health Center.
icM WISE POTATO CHIPSIn Here you will find a teamprovidingtheservice at the Cen-
+t -J ter that knows
you and your family. We hope that this means
Popular Sizes you will be able td call us personally and keep in touch with
e us; that you will bring your problems to us.
This also means that we will want to see children when they
are well. We will want to give all the Immunizations, check
for tuberculosis, anemia and other diseases. We will be able
MUFFLERSCUSTOM to provide information on problems in child raising and nut
trition. We will be able to arrange for specialists to see the
children who are in need and we will be able to expand our ser-
DUALS vices to help treat behavioral and emotional problems in child
North Dade Signs CharterOn ren.We

also hope to use our Family Health Workers and Family
December 17, the newly formed North Dade Improvement fDiscoum Health Nurses In more varied and Important roles. In this
Association. Inc.held a special meeting for the signing of the I'' we believe we can expand our services to provide for more way
charter. Shown in the above photo we have Mr. Charles Curry, people while maintaining the Important close
warm
personal,
president, who is signing the charter, along with Mr. Irwin 0 All CARS contact. There will be special training for the Family Health
Futerfas, the EOPI attorney, while Mr. Benny O'Berry, Opa- Workers and the Nurses in the care of children. This training
locka area director, Mr. R. S. Jackson, vice president; Mrs. program should be an Important step towards Increasing the
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Joann Turner community organizer;Mr.Willie Holland, Mrs. responsibilities of these team members.

Mable Rogers, Fr. William O'Connell, and Mr. Harry Nabbie That Is a brief outline or our program,continued Dr. Rosen-
look on. The concerned citizens of Opa-locka organized the C berg. Its successes will be measured by your active participation -
North Dade Improvement Association, Inc., and are working and approval. We hope that this will be a success and
diligently for the economic and social development of the en- look forward to working with you in developing child care
tire Opa-locka area. We have as of this date a membership of program.

90 subscribers. Their goal Is 3,000 members, inview of the HEALTH HINT- The additional salt put into processed baby
fact that we have approximately 3,600 poor people in the Opa- e it foods is not needed, and could even be harmful to babies who
a
locka area.To Join your neighbors in coping with the prob- a I are genetically prone to high blood pressure, says Dr. Lewis
lems that exist in area join the North Dade Improvement
your K. Dahl of Brookhaven National Laboratory,Upton,New York.
Association, Inc., by calling the Opa-locka Neighborhood Center 2450 HW 54lh[ Street i Except for fruits, the processed foods contain from five to
681-4683. The Community Organizer, Joann Turner, or
more than 100 times the salt in natural products, he reports.
the area director Benny O'Berry will visit your home or business 133-4300 Low-salt diets help relieve high blood pressure, while too

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I Wallace Supporters Represented Disregard for Law I


And Constitutional Processes

The failure of George Wallace to gain national appeal mainly it dropped from 34 per cent in 1964 to 8 per cent in 1968. ]practiced in the South for decades "is not substantially the*
results from the fact that Southern political extremism is According to Mr. Cleghorn, "these votes indicated that al- :product of radical national or regional organization." Thereis
not substantially" the product of radical or national organization though many people four years earlier had been willing to vote no convincing evidence,he states,that the election of a radical -
but rather a result of the irrationalism (which) has for him in plebiscites of their discontent, most did not see his < governor such as Mr.Maddox or Mr.Wallace has greatly
become "a public way of life in the South since the early 19th politics as suitable for a national presidential candidate." :increased the membership or activity such organizations
century. Mr. Cleghorn adds: "Surley his peculiarly Southern appealwas the Birch Society.

Thus the majority of his supporters in the 1968 Presidential the basic factor in his insignificant showings in such statesas Although the South has "avulnerabllitytoright-wing
election were located in the South,and represented a disregard Maine, where he won 2 per cent; Vermont, 3 per cent; New doctrine," also resistance to formal organizations of
for law and the constitutional processes,and a"regional Hampshire, 4 per cent; and Hawaii, 1 per cent. In the final the John Birch Kind," Mr. Cleghorn writes, adding that this
anoia" peculiar to the South. par- analysis, too, he lost much of the blue-collar support he had stems from the peculiar apartness of the region's culture."
seemed to have during what might be called the rhetorical pro- Religion has also played a major role in shaping the region's
These are some of the major conclusions contained in a test stage of the campaign, before the White' House was at "apartness," Mr. Cleghorn explains.
booklet issued jointly by the American Jewish Committee and stake. His results were poor in all industrial states. In Michi- "The three major Protestant denominations together be-
the Southern Regional Council entitled, RadicalismSouthern gan he received only 10 per cent of the votes; in Ohio, 12 per came the state church of the South, defending the status quo
Style: A Commentary on Regional Extremism. The author is cent; in New Jersey, 9 per cent; in Illinois and Pennsylvania, and the entrenched, and sanctifying public policy. The most
Reese Cleghorn, Associate Editor of the Atlanta Journal, and 8 per cent; and in California, 7 per cent." bizarre, and by most standards anti-Christian, instance of
one of the most penetrating social commentators on the South. Mr. Cleghorn sees Mr. Wallace as an example of the South- this was in church defenses of slavery.That tradition was extended -
He is co-author, with Pat Watters of the Southern Regional ern politics of "irrationalism(which)has become public way through the period of segregation's decline, so that
Council, of Climbing Jacob's Ladder: TheArrival of Negroesin of life in the South since early in the 19th century, when the i Monday newspapers depicted ushers standing with grim faces
Southern Politics, published in967byHarcourt, Brace and region had to begin reconciling its devotion to democracy with and folded arms blocking church doorways to Negroes while,
World. its denial of democracy to Negroes." inside, ministers talked of love and sin. All these evidence of
The necessity to embrace American Ideals while defending the obscuring of Chris ian ethical demands within ChristiaQ

Based on the outcome of the election, Mr. Cleghorn says first slavery and later rigid white supremacy caused the Southto churches have their parallels outside the region, of course, '
develop "an irrational thought system that was both but the southern Church's history has made it especially weak
that: "If the nation is soon to be led to the extreme right by a
legalistic and moralistic..Consequently, irrational in the face today's moral confrontations and such phenomena
demagogue, as it may be, he will have to be something more
than a demagogue of provincial throught processes, rhetoricand mechanisms-'our Negroes are happy and don't want any of as radicalism i of the right, with its denials of the universality -
spirit. Right-wing radicalism in the,South may help him this agitation 'the ,14th Amendment is really illegal,' 'the i of man's humanity. A southern theology Is central in
substantially; but in its proving only Southerners can identify Supreme Court's decisions are unconstitutional,' 'the South i is: this phenomenon. It has been in the making for a, long time."
with." not racist; it is just for states rights and freedom of association These phenomena, Mr. Cleghorn concludes,must claim first
-became perfectly acceptable." priority in any evaluation right-wing radicalism in the South.
Analyzing the state-by state vote for Governor Wallace, Mr. This reasoning, Mr. Cleghorn tates, led to further "The John Birch Society is alien, with the limited middle-
Cleghorn asserts that it "almost perfectly reflects the South absurdities: class appeal, though it may yet have greater impact. The Ku
ern nature of his candidacy and the unwillingness of those out- "It is an easy jump from these mental processes, which Klux Klan is a small fossil from the not-so-distant past. The
side of the South to follow him." were the product of guilt, obsessive defensiveness, closed- Citizens Councils, created in the post-1954 convulsion, have
mindedness, and a bit of paranoia, to the catechisms of those i been steadily dying and are of little consequence today.even in
His 65 per cent in Alabama, 63 per cent in Mississippi, 48 who ( in the words of the late John F. Kennedy) 'confuse i Mississippi. The pure ideology of many other political
per cent in Louisiana, 43 per cent in Georgia and 40 per cent rhetoric, with reality and the plausible with the possible; These extremist groups from outside the region is too complex and
in Arkansas show little difference from the vote pulled twenty codes, too, usually are based upon obsessive defensiveness, too pseudorational for all but a relatively few paranoic South-
years earlier by Strom Thurmond, "an easily Identifiable guilt, closed-mindedness and a bit of paranoia. People who erners. But those preaching 'doctrines wholly unrelated to
Southern sectional candidate." could believe that every day a snickering,South-hating,usurp- reality President Kennedy (once)described them,who can
ing power-mad, socialistic ilk in Washington was plotting to i combine these nostrums with the emotional set and the
Outside of this "inner South" vote,Mr.Cleghorn states that throttle the South's best Interests and set Negroes on their religious forms indigenous to the South will be of greater significance -
Mr. Wallace had little appeal among conservatives, who saw best friends might just as well believe that every day Moscow ."
him primarily"as a Southern radical." This is underscored by was chortling as it watched it s agents Infiltrate and gain con- Founded in 1906, the American Jewish Committee is this
the fact that In three states where he attracted strong protest trol of the government,press,churches and unions of Americaso L country's pioneer human relations organization. It combats
votes in the Democratic 1964 primaries, he did poorly as a that the country was already were, after all, about equally bigotry, protects the civil and religious rights of people at
"genuine candidate' for the White House.In true. And, of course, when the Communist scare was nicely home and abroad, and seeks improved human relations for all
linked with the Negro scare, as an explanation of why 'our people.
Maryland, where he polled 43 per cent in the 1964 Demo- Negroes are upset,' the second proposition tended to makestill i The Southern Regions 1 Council,founded in 1944, is a biracial
cratic primary, his 1968 total vote was 15 per cent, In Indiana more sense." organization of Souther net'G, tionally respected for its
his 30 per cent in 1964 shrunk to 12 per cent, and in Wisconsin Mr. Cleghorn s u g g est s that the political extremism i research and interprective analyses in the field of civil rights.

It t


I Blacks And "White Backlash"



Should form PartnershipAuthorsociologist


Nat their on- the- Job training, The Evergreen Review contributor F
Hentoff urged blacks to forge skills upgrading and chang- said government of-
alliances with the George ing job categories might make ficials and social plannershave
Wallace-boosting middle- white workers more sympa- to "give a damn" about
class white male so that both thetic to similar programs for whites in the $5,000$10,000income
groups can get a bigger sliceof the hard-core black." bracket, too. I
the economic pie. r I 7 J
Writing in the February &

issue of Evergreen Review i1 { $ I ii '4
1
magazine now on sale, Hen- = > _
toff says more attention needsto
be paid "to that guy with the r 1If $5 Down _{ A ,: t PER PANEL 1
can of beer cheering Daley'scops

on television." I
"For the first time since the ON
New Deal, his needs and sense .r
l 1 J
of importance have to be mIL'A'
recognized. His kids' schools
also need more money, andhe
should have more educational

options for his children. Why .
-.
limit innovative educational M
projects to the blackghettos?"
Hentoff asks.

While praising the new black SALE' '
movement seeking neighborhood .
control of schools and
businesses In such cities as BRAND
New York, San Francisco, f t l f; .1Fs
Boston, Chicago, and Los An- TV's STEREOS NEW ___ _
geles, Hentoff points out that tLJ'
urban blacks need the voting
strength of the "white back- t
lash" bloc, which could be- & FURNITURE SOLID '
come an ally, not an enemy.
"If he gets his, he won't be L 4 ,
all that bugged at blacks get- 379-0900 DOORS ..Rr a 'y gg
ting theirs, no matter what he
thinks of them." Hentoff says
the pro-Wallace white voter PHONE BETWEEN I -m. & 10 p.m.

needs relief from crushing Sundays Included
taxation, a guaranteed Income
and family allowances for each
F&M -TV
child, better schools and a G.I.
Bill-type job retraining pro-
gram. Millions of poor whites, 425E9thSt.PHONE .
Hentoff says, frustrating,
monotonous jobs and turn bit- AND SALESMAN WILL CALL
ter at age 35 or 40 because
they have reached a dead end.



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22 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday January 17, 1969

AN APPRECIATIONFrom BAIN'S ALBERTSamuel 1

the family of the late Henry Smith of 2171/2 Appling of 2132 NW
I' 1-- Washington Dr., Coral Gables 69th Ter., died Jan. 12 at Jack
MEMORIALS DEATHS
CARDS WILLIE ED THOMASwho died Jan. 12, at Jackson Hospital son Hospital. He is survivedby

departed this life Dec. He is survived by a wife a wife, Mangarine,three sons
Celester Cossie Lee, Louis L,and Jim-
five sons ,
25, 1968. We express our sincere Phyllis;
Willie Morgan, Herbert and mie L. Williams; one sister
thanks to who ,
everyone
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn L. Blanche Tho mas. Arrange-
. IN APPRECIATIONThe sent cards,telegrams,flow Joseph; one daughter Rosa

family of the late loving but sad memory of ers and donations. Special Fender ; ten grandchildren, ments are incomplete
family of the late thanks to the S. S. Hospitaland one sister Iva L, Miller Re-
our dear daughter mother and
MRS ALFRONIA KENNON the House of Albert Fun- mains will be shipped to Tallahassee Phillip Potter of 1461 NW

i MADRID sister, ern .uu.uu_ eral Home. for burial. 70th St., died Monday,Jan. 13,
who passed away December at Jackson Hospital.He is survived -

: 10,1968 wishes to extend their The FamilyIN Eddie Daniels Williams of bya niece Carrie Woods.

sincere thanks to the membersand A' 3826 Oak Ave., Coconut Grove Final rites will beheld in

friends of Greater Bethel died Jan. 13, at Jackson Hospital Chipley, Fla., Thursday, Jan.

AME Church,who sent letters, He is survived by a wife 16.

condolences, telegrams,flow MEMORIAMIn two daughters, one son and one
ers and extended words of niece Mrs. Johnson of Tampa. John McBride of 4815 NW
cheer and deeds of kindness loving memory of our Arrangements are incomplete 25th Ave., died Jan. 14, he Is
brother and sonRICHARD
during the Illness and death of survived by his wife pearl; one

our beloved one. Special BULLARDwho Mrs. Ida Taylor of 3638 sister Florence Clinkscel anda

I thanks to the pastor Rev. Charles Ave., Coconut Grove, brother Sam. Arrangementsare
died Jan. 12 1950.
ems' _. T. Johnson, St. John Baptist died Jan. 12, at Jackson Hospital -< incomplete.
Churc4j choir No. 2 J. W. She is survived by her
MRS. RENA O'KELLY Mrs. Alice Bullard, mother Services for George Evansof
iF kIx
Johnson Board, Jolly Friends a Norman Clifford William husband Charlie; two sons J.C. 1531 NW 1st Ct., were held
would like to express their Social Club, Manker Funeral brothers, Duncan, and Glenn Henderson; Saturday in the chapel. He is

.thanks and appreciation for the HQIDa-and staff. Louise Thomas and Merline one daughter Mrs. Josie M. survived by a wife,two daughters -

kind acts of condolences shown __ u _"'v_ ._..._._ Boston sisters Stephens; 13 grandchildrenthree one sister and one brother -
through your cards, flowers, Deeply grateful WILLIE MAE HUMES brothers.Arrangementsare .

telegrams, and visits. Kaleb Madrid and Family who departed ths life Jan. 15, incomplete. Mrs. Sarah Sellers of 1401

1962. NW 74th St., died Jan. 13 at
The McQueen Family CARD OF THANKSThe Now the Laborer's task is o're ALBERT Jackson Hospital. She Is sur-

Now the battle day Is past; fl Elijah Bishop of 17272 SW vived by her husband James;

CARD OF THANKSThe family of thelate Now upon the farther shore, 101 Ave., died Tuesday, Jan. three daughters Dor etha White
Lands the voyager at last. 7. He is survived by his par- Ruth Henderson and Elizabeth

family of the late ELIZA KELLY Father in thy gracious keep- ents Mr. and Mrs.Lige Bishopof Robert; two sons James Jr.

wishes to express their feel- Mobile, Ala.; a wife Mary; and Clarence Lee; eight
Leave
REV. W. J. CLARK Ings of gratitude and sincere we now thy servant four sons Gleamite, Roose- grandchildren. Arrangementsare

wish to thank all the kind appreciation to the numerous sleeping. velt, Alonzo and Mira Baker; incomplete.

friends, for all their effortsof friends who shared with themin four daughter-in-laws; three

kindness, shown in the loss their hours of sorrow.It The Family brothers; a motherinlawandsix Services for Mrs. Rene 0'

of their loved one. Thanks to seems there is so littlewe grands. Arrangements are Kelly were held Wednesday in

our neighbors, the churches, can say to thank you for the AN EXPRESSION OFAPPRECIATION ,;:: H. incomplete.Mrs. the chapel. She is survived bya

the Atlantic Coast District, countless i expressions of understanding Sylvia Harmon of 224 son Melvis OKelley; one sis-

Rev. I. C. Mickins for the eulogy ,.comfort and compassion The family of the late Sister Ruby Denson a mem- NW 21st St., # 11 died recently. ter Mrs. Effie McQueen anda

.And your sincer jr yers. that helped to ease our MRS BESSIE McLVEENwish ber of Arline, She is survived by a hus- brother Wallace Brown.
Mary Chapter
Special thanks to our home hearts. band, Roosevelt; two sons,three I
to express our heartfelt 99 died 11
No. O.E.S. Dec.
on
church Central Baptistandthestaff Special thanks to Fr. Sands .four sisters three
daughters
thanks and appreciation to all 1968. Upon receiving the ; ; Services for Mrs. Lillie M.
of the House of Albert. and the Guilds of St. Agnes brothers and a mother. Ser-
Adams of 221 NW 56th St. #C
of our friends for the many policy of the deceased the International ,
You all were wonderful. May Church. Fr.Clark and St. Ve kindnesses rendered duringour F & A Modern, Ma- vices were held Saturday at were held Saturday, Jan. Hat
God bless all. ronica's Guild, Mrs. Mary Fer-
you New Macedonia Baptist.
period of bereavement.Your sons sent the beneficiary a Liberty City chapel.RICHARDSON,
rell, Mrs. Ruth Wright, Mrs. Mrs. Earsley J. Williams
calls visits
telephone
check for
Mrs. E. J. Clark, wife and Elizabeth Byrd, Mrs. Iris $100.00. wife of the late Mr. Ivy Wil-
flowers cards let-
prayers, ,
family Shirley Range Funeral Home liams Sr. died Jan. 11 at
ters and other fine deeds gaveus Sis. Adgnoe Bradshaw is ,
the various neighbors clubs Jackson Hospital. She lived at Marvin Sr.of 5950
great comfort during this W. M. and Emma Jones is L. Curry
schools, fraternities and i so- difficult experience secretary.IN 2320 Bunche Pk. W. Dr., Opa- NW 9th Ave., died Jan. 13, in

CARD OF THANKSThe ror JUes and the many, many very We would like to offer special -.* She is survived by twodaughters'a Baptist Hospital. He?is survived -
friends too numerous to mention 'mother Mrs.Ma- by his wife, Rose; a son
family of the late thanks to the neighbors of
62nd Ter., the nurses and en- lissa Johnson; five sisters; Marvin, a daughter, Louise,a
".':""""": ( tire staff of Jackson Memorial five brothers; 16 grandchildren brother Garland;three sisters

CARD OF THANKSThe Hospital, members of A.M. MEMORIAMIn and four great grandchild- Ethel, Leola and Mable; one
ren. Arrangements are in- granddaughter Nancy. Ser-
: Cohen Temple Church of God cherished memory of our
family of tha late In complete.Mrs. vices will be held Saturday,
Christ, Elder A, M. Cohen dear mother,grandmother and
nean Fruitree of 2370 in the chapel.
minister and the sister
Range Funeral ,
BROWN
Cpl. JONATHAN NW 64th St., died at Jackson
Home and staff.
who departed Dec 2,1968 wishto May God continue to bless MRS. ESTELLE Hospital, Jan. 11, she is sur- John Williams died Jan. 14,

express our heartfelt thanks each of you and may your FARRINGTONwho vived by a husband; son,Lonzo; in Universal H o s pit a 1. Ser-

and appreciation to all of our lives be long, full and rich. five sisters;brothers Re- vices are incomplete.
mains will be shipped to East .
4r friends, co-workers of J. M. departed this life Jan. 19,
Hospital, neighbors of NW 86 Mary Ford, Christine Gar- 1959 man, Georgia.Mrs. .
CHURCH OF INCARNATION
Terrace, for their many kind- vin and Ethel Anderson,sis Willie Mae Emanuel of

nesses rendered during our ters; Christine Tiggs, niece Gone, but not forgotten. 10275 SW 171st St., died Jan MARDI[ GRAS DANCE
period of bereavement and 12 at Jackson Hospital. She is
your FamilyIN The Family Friday, Feb.7Everglades
telephone calls, visits, pray- survived by a husband, five

ers, flowers and telegramsand MEMORIAMIn daughters, son Horace, bro- Hotel
other fine deeds gave us BAIN'S ther, 18 grandchildren and six
memory of my husband Donation $2.00
great grandchildren. Arrangements
great comfort during this very
MES.BETTYESUTTONSMILEY difficult experience.We I Mrs. Lela Parrish of 3371 are incomplete. Tickets on sale by members
William Ave. Coconut Grove
,
would like to
especially I died Jan. 1 at Jackson Hospital 4V
,
who departed this life December thank Rev. Mickins and the Jr. :
.. She is survived by her
30, 1968, wish to sincerely and Sr. Choirs of Mt. Olivette I '
husband Williams one son B.J.Services .
;
express our appreciationand Baptist Church. Thanks to .
.
were held at St.
to who Funeral Home for the '
gratitude everyone Range .
.
<
.. Mary's Baptist Church
unselfishly and kindly assisted fine service rendered.

and comforted us in responseto .
Mrs. Beatrice Rouse of 134
the sudden loss of our dear, Mrs. Mamie Brown, mother N ,
Industrial St. Coconut Grove
,
beloved one. Sylvia Brown, sister .. .
died Jan. 3, at Jackson Hospital -
Our bereavement was Ulysesse Davis, brother She is survived by one
LLAy
,. greatly softened by the tre- son David; one sister Emma;
mendous tribute paid to her one brother:David I Moore;anda

by everyone, expressed by CARD OF THANKS CHARLIE RAYSOR dear friend Willie Stokes.

scores of floral pieces, tele- who departed this life Jan. 10, Services were held at Mace- 1

grams, cards, letters, dona- The family of the late 1968. donia Baptist Church.

tions, and other acts of kind- REV. ELISHA S. CLARKE SR. "We cannot say and we will
ness. We are eternally grateful. not say that he is dead, he is Mrs. Lula Bolden of 105 S.
May God bless all of yowl! wish to express their sincere Just away. With a cheery smile Dixie Hwy. #11, Coral Gables
thanks to their friends died Jan. 5 at Jackson Hospital
many and a wave of the hand, he has -
.. The Smiley, Suttonand during the hour of their be- wandered into an unknown She is survived by three

Dennis Families reavement. land; and left usdreaminghowvery nephews, Israel, Roosevelt, MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER

Special thanks to our mem- fair, it needs must be and Willie McCray; seven

IN MEMORIAMIn bers of The Church of The since he lingers there." grandchildren in-law Mrs. ;Agnes one daughter-Ranson. Let the final tribute of your loved one be

r Transfiguration and the mem- their best. So, in that hour of bereavement
memory of our brother bers of The Church of the In- Mrs. Olilla Raysor, wife Call the -
carnation. BENTONFT. . .

WHELTON DAMES LAUDERDALE
May God bless all of you. IN MEMORIAMIn
Mrs. Ruby Estella Henderson House of AlbertWhere
who departed this life Jan 5, Rev. Fr. and Mrs. ElishaS. memory of our dear bus- 2745 NE 192 St., OJus,

1968. Clarke, Jr., son and daugh- band, father and grandfather, died Jan. 3, at her resident.She service begins and never ends
Eternal rest, grant unto him ter-in-law; Sheila,ElishaS. is survived by one son AnUnlous -
Alison THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
3rd and
grandchildren '
0 Lord JAMES H. BAIN Jones; two stepsons
Eternal restmay be rest In ; Mrs. Alma Wade, who departed this life January Willie and Nathaniel Coward; LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

peace. daughter; Dr.and Mrs.Hen- 1, 1967. a daughter Mrs. Emmett 691.7661 MU 8.3311 238.8801r
ry E. Finley, grandson and Gone, but not forgotten.The Jones. Services were held at

t The Family wife Family Chatter Grove Baptist Church


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969 23
I TRIUMPHPrince


I Rodney Trent Lewis of 2340 W. J. Roberts, pastor

NW 87th Ter., died Jan. 8, at Phil Roundtree reporterYou -
Hialeah Hospital. He is sur- and your friends are invited ::::::::=:: LindsleyWLumber

vived by his parents Mr. and to the Triumph's Found- r iiii

(Mrs. Shadrack Lewis; four er's Day, Jan. 20, at 6825 NW =
I sisters Sharon, Mary, Sher- 20th Ave. Service -
lene and Angela; a brother 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Dini;ii 1 :== -=

I Paul; paternal grandmother ner will be serve =____-

pea li i n e Lewis; maternal
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Lorenzo Symonette; several ST. LUKE

aunts, uncles and cousins.Services Rev. P. W. Williams,pastor
were held Monday at Kathleen Streeter, reporterOn
Bethany Seventh Day Adven- Sunday at 3 p.m.Ushers'
tist Church. Board No. 3 will celebrate

their anniversary at the
Seabron James of 2650 NW church. You are invited to attend -
47th St., died Jan. 10, at Ce- this program.

dars Hospital. He is survivedby You are invited to worship
a wife Elizabeth and a sis- with us this Sunday. Our

ter Lonnie James. Serviceswere church is located at 1790 NW
held Wednesday at St. 55th St.

James AME.Lolita Remember to pray for our
sick, shut-ins and bereaved 4 .L
Black of 540 NW 7th members. I 4i
St., #28 died Jan. 10. She is i "TROPICANA LAUAN"
survived by her parents Mr. I I .

and Mrs. Jimmie Black; paternal TEMPLEThe PREFINISHED PANELING
grandmother Mrs.
f
M. Monzon and ma- Pulpit Aid Board '
Laura Mrs. I
Beautiful Philippine Mahogany . fact -
ternal grandfather Mr. Wel- M. E. Stevens, president, will tory finished by professional methods to
don Hallmon. Services were have its annual tea at the bring out the warmth and elegance of
held Tuesday. church Sunday at 3 p.m. A PER 4x8-FL the grain. Random grooved patterns.
variety program has been prepared PANELS Choice of three shades.
Richard W. Duncan of 1760 for the 0 c c as i o n.The
REG. J5.28
NW 68th Ter., died Jan. 8. He public is invited.
is survived by four daughters Mrs. Louise Deleveaux wentto

Mildred, Lenora, Virginia d Christian Hospital on Monday -
Helen; four sons Ronald,Rich- for eye surgery.The Tem- "
ard, Jr., Garnett and Alfred; ple family wishes for her a 4."Riviera' BIRCH READY-TO-FINISH FURNITURE
many grandchildren. Services successful operation and a
will be held Saturday at Mt. speedy recovery. 4x8FOOTPREFINISHED KNOTTY PINEDEACON'S
Olivette Baptist Church, 3:30 Sunday Florida Memorial
p.m. 1 1i Day. Remember? The Male PANELS BENCH
i Chorus will sing during the
Avery Trent Conley of 1441 morning and evening services.A . Genuine hardwood and Finish capture It natural the

NE 154 Ter., N.Miami Beach, Polyurethane finish 1 f1Ji. Early American
died Jan. 12, at Jackson fibs w feeling!
Choice of
pital. He is survived by his NOTE OF THANKS Natural, orCinnamon Antique N0. Reg.WHILI .
mother Mary; a sister and Birch 100 THtY LAST! $21.95
Mrs. Margaret Carey,.1938 PANEL
brother; grandparents Rev.,
NW 3rd Ave. wishes to take
and ,
Mrs. Otis Williams and
COLONIAL 4-SHELF
this method in thanking the
Mr. and Mrs.Dan Griffin.Ser
vices will be held Friday,Jan. pastor, presiding elder,clubs, PHILIPPINE MAHOGANY BOOKCASEAuthentic
17, at 11 a.m. boards, auxiliaries and mem- IOJ!
bers of Greater Bethel AME 3 X 7 FOOT PANELING Colonial >
Motlil The "
Church, perry's florist and answer
Mack Graves of 6600 NW for more shelf EACH
20th Ave., died Jan. 9, at Ce' entire staff, Col. Clark, en- space in trudlo. wars mr uir
tire staff of Christian Hospital Beautiful grain living room etc. Reg. $22.95IDTIMAT
dars is survivedby
Hospital. He N0, 898
Revs Lester C. Albert, patterns!
a wife Blanche; a brother
Jim and many nieces and ne Lily Whites, neighbors and One of our _
friends of South Florida for '
phews.: Services will be held outstandingvaluesl CHAIR
their kindness during her illness FfKMHEL .
Saturday, Jan. 18, at 12 noon.
reproduction Faithful of !$

David Lee Barnes o f 6716 May God bless all of you.I crartunanship.16xl3Vixl7"i Early: American.
NW 10th Ave., died Jan. 9, at She is still recuperating at j CHOICE SPRUCE SHELVING NO. Reg.
501 laches. Mlle TIIIf LAST $9.95
Jackson Hospital. He is survived home.

by his wife Hattie Mae; Evenly sawed and 1x12 INCH
parents Mr. and Mrs. willieC. milled.
30-IN. ROUND TOP
.
Barnes; five sisters John- BROWNSVILLE Takes a
nie B. Pratt, Jennie McCray, stained HARDWOOD STOOLBuilt
Rev F. L. Johnson, pastor Has .moothly2rIL
Louise Bullard Thelma Stuart
,
Elizabeth- Wright reporter L
and Bobbie patterns to lost.
Van Dyke two brothers -
; This Sunday, Jan. 19, at 31 Choose Smoothlyeonded 31 7'7

Services Matthew will be held and Saturday George., p.m. Rev. C.H.Smith and congregation [ , RUN. to-ttnUhl.ready -...-.--....

will render service | Super.trong' .
Jan. 18, at 10 a.m. NO. 160 Reg.coutrucdollo
in behalf of the Missionary 6 FOOT & LONGER wane TMT LAST $4.49
ciety.
Thomas Reginald Ward of parents are urged to en-

15750 NW 19th Ave., Opa- courage their youngsters to I'
locka, died Jan.12 at VeteransHospital. come out to rehearsal Satur-

He issurvivedbyhiswife Cleo; two sons David and Our prayers are extended ]
Robert Pemberten;two daugh- to the sick and shut-ins.
ters Helen Jennings and Mar- Lindsleyy LumberMIAMIDADE

jorie Screen and a granddaughter -
Paula Archer. Ser
vices will be held Saturday,
Jan. 18, in the chapel. STORES

Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Lindsley-RBC "'
Mrs. Catherine Freeman of
3440 NW 212st St. died Jan. unIfrtJrC1' 3505 N.W. 79th Street-Ph,696-2810 1635 NW.28th St.-Ph.635-4511 Stores
N.W. 7th Ave.& 127th St.-Ph 681-74,1 2160 SW.27th Ave.-Ph.443.7432 alsolocated
13, at Jackson Hospital.She Is NW 21th Ave.at 179th SI.-Ph. 621.544 BIZ SW. 12th Ave.-Ph.374.5108
survived by her husband Er 14300 N W.27th Ave.-Ph.688-6523 401 NE. 167thSt.-Ph.949-3537 I in! :
8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 HIALEAH 1295 W.49th St.-Ph. 821-2150
nest; a sister Mrs. Pauline 4300 Ponce de Leon=' Ph.443.7461 PERRINE: S. Dixie Hwy.Ph..238-5535 /Key West ((2 Stores)
Tarpley; and two'brothers 496 N.E. 79th St.-Ph. 757-4571 HOMESTEAD 632 Washington Ave.-Ph.247.6813 Islamorada
Forrest and Hubert Reynolds. S. Dixie&ludlam Road-Ph. 661-1672
5891 S. Dixie Hwy.-Ph.661-5361 MIAMI STORES BELOW CLOSED SUNDAYS Travernler
Arrangements are incompleteMrs. HAS 3817 N.W.17th Ave.-Ph.633.8218 660 NE.96th St.-Ph.759-2431 Fort Pierce ....
16160 Biscayne Blvd.-Ph. 97-4711

Gladys H. Moss of 920 IMMEDIATEOPENINGS BROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Cocoa Daytona Beach.
12 at W. HOLLYWOOD 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph. 989.6850 FT.LAUDERDALE 219 N.W. 1st Ave. Ph. 522.7411
NW 51st St., died Jan. FORanJANITORS HOLLYWOOD801 N.21 Ave.-Ph. 922.5624 POMPANO BEACH: 142 S W. 1st Ave.- Ph Tampa ((5 Starts)
MUMM
Jackson Hospital. She is survived OAKLAND PARK: 1099 Oakland Park Blvd. -Ph.565.6761 'FT.LAUDERDALEVSOflNIE3rdI Ave_-Ph. 522.2572 Largo
by six daughters E LAUDERDALE:2900 W. Broward Blvd.-Ph.581.3900. '(fT, LAUDERDALE STORE CLOSED SUNDAY) Pin.,llas Park

M. Bussey, Mary Patterson, PART TIME NIGHTS EXPORT DIVISIONS ROOF TRUSS PLANT St. Petersburg

Jacquelyn Dunning, Barbara e MIAMI: 1&35 N.W.28t1t Sl-Ph.33-41103 MIAMI: 14300 N.W.27th An..-688-41553
Jean, Geraldine and Betty J. Good Pay
Moss; a sister Mrs.Rosa Wil- Fringe Benefits

liams; six brothers, Walter, Apply in Person: pra.

John, Booker'_T., William, 309 NW 2nd AVENUE
Junious and Nathaniel Haines
; I
M/F 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.indef.
sister-in-law Mrs. Janie M. .
Haines and a dear friend K ing ( ) er A LATERRANGE

Solomon Wilcox. Arrange

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969 ..

MT. TABOR DRAKERev. Bishop Duncan To Ordain


J, W. Dunn, pastor
Rev James Hendon pastor
George Ingraham, reporterAn N. T. Green, reporterThe New Priest At IncarnationThe

event entitled "pageantof men are sponsoringmany

States" sponsored by the projects for their day on The .James,L.Dun- i

< youth choir will be held Sun- the fourth Sunday in March. can, D.D. will ordain the Rev.

* -zSy day, January 19, at 3 p.m. at Thanks to Rev. Randall and J. Kenneth Major to the officeof

the church 1701 NW 66th St. the Freewill Baptist Churchfor priest In the church of the

proceeds will go toward pur- their service. Rememberto Incarnation, 1835 NW
chase of robes. see Brother Rains the financial Sat-
54th Street at 11:30 A.M. i
The Sunday School and BTU chairman for Men's urday.

Congress is to be heldat Pen- Day.We The Rev. J. Kenneth MajorIs
sacola Florida.The choir will are asking all membersto well known to many Miami-

ill Iou Jn (!fllurrl t | | ;undue sing at the congress and are remember to attend our ans. He Is a product of the Dade

selling dinners to cover the BTU each Sunday at 5:30: p.m. County Schools having

expenses of the trip. You may Sis. Finley Bro. Brooks Sis. graduated from Booker Washington -

I Ilfh Episcopal' District Laymen place your orders by phoningthe Green and Ellis and Deacon In the class of 1955.He
church. Green are working hard to is alsoagraduateofStAugustine's -

Holds Executive Board Meeting Don't forget Florida Me- make our BTU a working partof College, Raleigh N.C.

f morial College Day. Each the church.We and Mercer Seminary Garden
; By BERNICE S. HENDERSON member is to less than are thankful to have Sis York r-t
have been asked to report on pay no City, Long Island New
Dorothy Brown at Church on ,-
Selmo the organization and solidarityof 300.
Mr. Bradley newly
elected lay president of the their local lay organizationsalso please remember to pray last Sunday. Remember to Rev. Richard B. Martin

Eleventh Episcopal District to submit the name of for and visit the sick and bereaved visit and pray for the sick and ..To preach sermon
shut-ins 3
is asking all executive board elected delegates to the Con- members. participants in the service

members and laymen to meetin nectional Meeting in Memphis will include the Rt.Rev.Rich-

annual session at St. Marks Tenn., Aug. 5,1969.All presidents NEW PROVIDENCE ard B. Martin Suffragan Bis-

AME Church Orlando Satur- are to submit their financial MT. SINAI! hop of Long Island, New York

day and Sunday, Jan. 18 19. reports for the office Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor Rev Cleo Albury pastorB. who will preach at the ordina-

The agenda will consist of equipment. Arsula Edwards reporterWe Boney reporterGet tion. Bishop Martin who is re-

the business session Saturdayat to have Sis. as a writer and speaker
Reservations havebeen were happy well wishes to Rev.J,R, t nown ,
7 at St. cor- in service is considered of the best
p.m., Marks Minnie Stevenson one
made at the San Juan Hotel In Davis and Bro. Johnson who
ner of Avondale and Colony with all she has preachers in America. Father
Orlando for those attending the us day Sunday is out of the hospital convalescing
Streets. Sunday 11 a.m., the business session Saturday been on the sick list for sometime at home Major served as ala y assistant -
executive will be held to Martin for
program night and would like to spendthe The Pastor's Aid Club will Bishop
with Dr. B. L. Perry, presi- night. The church extends sym- hold its regular meeting Tues- several years prior to his ordination -
dent of FAMU as guest speaker. pathy to Sis. Margerine Ap- to the deaconate. It

Senator Scott has Each layman plays an integral lost her Martin who
Kelly pling who husband. day, Jan. 21, at 8 p.m. L, S. was Bishop) ordained -
been extended an Invitation to part in this organization Also Brother Mack Grave who Stokes him to the deaconate in
president
attend this to make a therefore he is asked to be -- Rev J. Kenneth Major
meeting lost his aunt and father. We You are Invited to the Idle New York on June 29th, 1968.
report of the youth campsite.All present to express his viewson pray that God will strengthenthem Hour Art Club annual RainbowTea since returning to Miami in Other participants In the

conference presidents any problem that arises. and their families. Sunday Jan. 19 from 4-6 July of 1968, he has assumed service will be Father Sands of

Bible class and prayer p.m. at the home of Sis. Rosa the full responsibility of the St. A g n e s, Canon Gibson of

CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon ST. JAMES meeting each Tuesday 7:30 Ferguson, 1315 NW 51st St. pastoral work of Incarnationas Christ Church, Father Clarkeof

p.m. Consecration hourof Guest soloist will be Rev Wil- Its Associate Vicar. in the Church of the Trans-

prayer Is held each Sundayat liam addition he has accepted invitations figuration, Father Dear of Incarnation -
T. R. Gibson rector Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor H. Washington
Antoinette Silva, reporterOn The pas tor is asking all 5 a.m, you are invited. Let us continue to spread to preach and participate Father Reece of

Sunday Jan. 19,St.The- members of Usher Board No. Let us support our BTU by sunshine to our sick and shut- in religious services In Key West, Father Barry of
of
resa's Guild will sponsor a 3 to meet with him Thursday, attending each Sunday at 5:30 ins and remember them in our many thelocalnon- Fort Pierce Father Pinder of
E is 1 churches. He
a
p cop Orlando as well as The Rev.
at 8 in the hall. p.m. Continue praying for
dinner sale at the home of Mrs. p.m. parish prayers is ecumenical in his
Maggie Cash. They would ap- Mrs. Sadie Dean and Jan- those who are sick, shutinsand religiouso H.E. S. Reeves who is also on
11 k and his
u o o answers the staff of Incarnation.
preciate your patronize.The uary-ites are having a night of bereaved.
critics by saying "It has not
Father Major is currently
congregationandrectormourn games and fun at the home of
BETHANY SDA yet been mined as to
boardof
the loss of their friend Mr. and Mrs. John Dean, 836 serving on the advisory
JORDAN GROVE whether He whom
we serve .
Dad e' Opportunities Industrialization
NW 63rd St. Jan. 18 8 s
L'and community leader the late p.m. and call "Lord" be Episcopalian -
Bill Baggs Our canon participated The Allen University Con- Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor Rev. R. L. Woodfork pastor Baptist, RomanCatho- to Center (OIC),
chaplain Episcopal
,in the funeral cert Choir of Columbia South
services Evelyn Tines reporter
Eddie Gilbert, reporter lic, Methodist or other, however Students at Florida Memorial
which were held last Friday.Our Carolina will be here Wednes- Annually the membership
The Hospitality Club will I believe firmly in the
and a member and the
prayers and blessings are day, Jan. ..22.Sympathy sponsor a tea on this Bethany SDA contacts the pub doctrine, discipline and wor- College, ,
of Miami's
extended to the family.We to the family of the Sunday at the church.The gen- lic in an effort to raise fundsto ship of the Protestant Episco- Chaplain Jaycees.

are proud to announcethe late Seabran James. Serviceswere eral church Is asked to pleasebe sustain its world wide mis- pal Church."

sponsorship of our first held Wednesday. present at 3 p.m.to witness sion program. GREATERNEW

Cub Scout pack: The scout- Please let us remember the this affair Sister Cain is This drive was successfully MACEDONIARev.
BAHA'IS MIAMIThe
master is Mr.David White and church conference to be held president.The completed recently with $11-

the den mothers are Miss Ana- Tuesday Jan. 21, at 7:30p.m.We : No. 1 Choir will sell 75253. The church celebratedits MiamiBaha'i Community's Roscoe Jackson, pastor
bel Fisher and Mrs. Tessie expect all officers and one victory on Saturday Jan. -
dinners on Saturday all day in World Religion Day book Willie J. Beard reporterOn
White. Good luck Pack 617. officer from every board the 4, with crowning of Kings and
the dining room. Please stop at 8
church.If display has been placed In the tonight (Friday),
Get well wishes are extended Queens for 1969. We wish to
by and patronize them.Deacon
the officers andmem-
window of the Florida Power p.m.
to Mrs. Ellen Sturrup Mr. you have any talent to sing Parrish is president.You express our appreciation to
may bers will a Musicaland
at sponsor
and offices
James Cambridge Mrs. and wish to participate with call the public for your support in Light Company
751-6378 and order
Lillian Smith and Mrs Ruby Choir No. 3 see the pastor for will your the endeavor and we invite you 25 SE 2nd Ave., where It will Appreciation Programforthe
dinner. It be delivered.The president Deacon Henry
be exhibited until The
Jan. 24.
more information.To .
to with at
Adams. worship us any time.
pastor and officers
are Jefferson. choirs
Outstanding
the sick and shut-ins we display contains the books of
asking that you attend your and of the city w1llap-
must labor for the love of God. seven religions pointing out groups
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Prayer Meeting every Tues- MARY'SRev. scriptures referring to the pear on the program.On .
ST.
NEW day at 7:30 p.m.,Sunday Schoolat coming of later Prophets. Sunday, at 3 p.m. the
Rev. Ernest Williams HOPE 9:30 and BTU at 5:30. Ushers'
pastor World Federation of Miami
Religion
Day Sunday
H. V. Stuart pastor ,
Alice Harris, reporterOur Rev. W.E. Sims, pastor Visitors are always wel- Jan. 19 is Tithes Day.Choir Jan. 19, is sponsored by the will convene at Macedonia.The .
steering committee for come to worship with us. Let ushers
National Spiritual of are extending an
Loraine Fuller reporterThe No. 2 and Ushers' Board No. 1 Assembly
this year's annual Men's Dayis us remember the sick and Invitation to each and
the every-
pastor wish to expresshis will serve during the 11 am. Baha'is of the United States
: Deacon Leon Burrows shut-ins. one to attend. Deacon Edwin
:
thanks to the officers elect services.We to emphasize the oneness of
chairman; Deacon Simeon who attended the Installations will hold our annual Me- religion and the continuity of Ramsey, president.

Bridgewater, cochairman service last Sunday.He regret NEW MT. MORIAH morial services Jan. 19, at 6 the Prophets in God's planfor
and Brother
Rease co-chairman.Charles They ask that many were ill,and he pray Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor p.m. All relatives wbohadbe- humanity on this earth.MT.CALVARY.
for their reavement during 1967are ZION HOPE
recovery. Evelyn Souter reporterThe
your full cooperating to make
The Pastor's Aid Union will pastor and members asked to place flowers or donations -
this observance the best ever.
There will be a dinner sale celebrate their anniversary at want to thank Rev.Wiggins and on the alter. Joint Rev Paul Freeman, pastor
Mt. Olivette Baptist Church congregation of Antioch for choirs and usher' boards will Rev. S. Atchison pastor Bessie Williams
at the home of Rev. Williams reporter
NW 69th St. Rev. 0. L. Nick- rendering a wonderful servicefor serve during this service. Phyllis Beal reporter Sis. Annie Williams Sis.
1720 NW 69th St. ,
Saturday, There will be a Tea at the
erson Let us continue to and
Jan. 18 call 691-5105 for de- pastor. us last Sunday during our pray Harris and choir No. 1 are
The deacon_are planning an 36th! Anniversary, and all visit all our sick and shut-ins. church Sunday sponsored by sponsoring a program Friday
livery.Sis. outstanding event on their others who participated. We were thankful to have Bro. the men. Everyone Is expected Jan. 17. Rev. Atchison and
Vivian Seymour Sis., Deacon's observance day Sis. McPhee and to cooperate.The .
Baptism will be the fourth Davis other congregation will be the guest
Francis WoodsIde and Deacon which will climax the first Sunday morning at 9:00. shut-ins out to our Convent pastor Is asking all
speaker.The .
Fred Williams are at home, let members to
In
Sunday February. services last Sunday. please accom-
Let not obli-
us forget our
Mother's
us visit our sick.BROWN'S Remember the sick alwaysIn pany him to Rev. Paul Free- Board and
for which
gations Youth Day Young Women's Auxiliary anniversary -
man's church Jan. 17.
our services. Friday
will be the second Sunday in will be Jan.21,Rev.
Pray for and visit the sick
.. CHAPELRev. February. Please pray for SHILOH I and shut-Ins. Jenkins and congregation will
world peace. Visitors are al- be in charge.Let .
Prayer meeting every
J, E*. Brown pastor > ways welcome. Rev. A. M. Griffin,pastor Thursday night. us remember the sick,
I.; Jackson reporter SOUL CAMPAIGN Cheryl English reporterThe shut-ins and members of bereaved -

Prayer meeting Tuesday Bishop James Harris D.D. MATTHEW AME ZION pastor is asking the entire families

night we are asking every of New York City will close The Matthew Temple AME church to accompany him ST. JOSEPH'SCHURCH

member to attend because we out asuccessful SoulCam- Zion Church is holding its ser- the fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.to OF GOD

+ are planning to organize new paign Revival service at the vices at 5632 NW31stAve.All New Macedonia Baptist on CHURCH OF GOD

choir. True Holiness Church,700 NW Interested Zionites are askedto their Homecoming Rev. Ros- Bishop W, L.John pastor

Please pray for thesickand 2nd Ave. Friday at 8 p.m. worship with us each Sun- coe Jackson pastor. Elizabeth Dunn, reporterWe Bishop E. E. Rahming pastor

shut-ins.Sister Annie Harrison All are Invited to be with the day at 11 a.m. andat730pm. Rev. Samuel Atchison and invite all our friends to Shirley Cooper reporterWe
meet us at St. Mark's
and Hamilton are ill. bishop starting Sunday at Prayer services are being congregation will be here on Churchof invite you to come and
The No. 1 Choir Is looking 8 p.m. at the Volunteer held each Wednesday at 7:30 the fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. in God by Faith, 6300 NW 18th worship with us in our service
please contact Miracle Church of Faith '..located behalf of Ave., Sunday at 8 p.m. for the
for a palnist,. p.m.Please the Building Fund united Sunday at 3 p.m.
Mrs. Rosa Smith 1435 NW 61 at 407 NW 5th Ave in Ft. come and help us reestablish drive service of the churches. Our prayer meeting and

St 19 691-4760 or Rev. J. E, Lauderdale. These services our church. Contactus Let us remember to visit Sermon will be delivered by Bible class is held each Tues-

i Brown, 754-8590 for further will begin Jan. 19 one week by calling 6341864. and pray for the sick and shut- John.Senior Bishop Willie Little day at 8 p.m. Friday at 8 p.m.
i Information. only Rev. L. H. McGill pastor. ins, pastor.Elder C. Johnson Is the regular service.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969 25


Abernathy To AND ANNUAL INSTALLATIONHELD BANQUET Woman Held In Drug Death


I

Of B-CC football
Organize Poor The Annual Installation and Plover

the 29th Annual Banquet the
Grand United Faithful FewC FT. LAUDERDALE Po- terday in connection with the Miss Butler's home. An au-

1 u b Inc. was held at the lice held a 24-year-old wo- death of Stanley Phillips. topsy showed the cause of
PeopleFROG beautiful residence of the Tol- man on homicide and narcotic Phillips lived at 504 NW 15th death as narcotics.

berts, 7030 N.W. 12th Avenueon charges in the her Ion death of a Ave., Pompano Beach, and Meltzer said Miss Butler

last Saturday evening. The 20-year-old college football played football for, Bethune- admitted selling $5 worth of
MORE. S. C, SC LC' "We need to organize com- program was successful. The player. Cookman College, Daytona heroin to Phillips. He said she

head Ralph Abernathy, rejecting munity-owned development Honorable Bishop James Har- Detective Sgt. Jerry Melt- Beach. also told him Phillips admin-

"black capitalism" in corporations where the profits ris D.D. of New York, City zer said Ella Fay Butler, 1112 His body was found Mon- istered the drug to himself in
favor of "black socialism," will be returned to the build- founder of the Tabernacle NW 3rd St., was charged yes- day in an abandoned car near her bathroom.
said his civil rights group is ing of the community," he United
Penecostal
Church
out to organize all the nation'spoor said. "We want to share in the
in the next five years. public sector of the Inc. New York, City was pre-
economy sent to install the officers of Gulf Oil I Announces Grant
"We don't want rich indivi- through publicly controlled
the yea r. Thisann u a 1 af- I
/, duals we want rich communi- non-profit Institutions."
f a I r was sucessfullyattended. -
tiesAbernathy said at a To Negro Colleges
meeting of Southern Christian Abernathy said, "Idon'tbe- -
I lieve in black capitalism.Ibe- Mrs. Lillian Scott is founder of i increases and In 1963 Gulf drew
I Leadership Conference lead- Capital grants $10,000 ty, salary construction purpose. on
ers planning their goals and lieve in black socialism." and is the president of the each to Clark and Morehouse of a new library, a the marketing talents at Vir-

programs for the new year. Abernathy said the five- club. Colleges in Atlanta highlight fine arts building and other ginia State by making a$2,500

year goal of organizing the nation's MIAMI ELKS PLANr distribution of $31,500 to six buildings. grant to Professor J. T. Blue,

poor would take place Negro-oriented schools by the Jr., to survey Negro market
GRAND OPENING OF Virginia State, under the
both inside and outside the established Gulf Oil Corporation characteristics for the com-
direction of Dr. John B. Har-
NEW
labor unions and HOME
Announcement of the
gifts pany. 1/',
there would be special emphasis Atlas Lodge of Elks, locat, was made by Dr. Alexander ris, special study research Tuskegee will use its grantto
intends to establisha
on hospitals and domestic ed in their club house for the Lewis, Jr., executive vice analyst department, of marketing help purchase equipment fora

workers.He past twelve years at 321 NW president of Gulf and chairmanof new engineering building,
will its Gulf for that
use grant
said SCLC would work 16th St., is moving into a new the company's Aid to Edu- and Alabama A&M intends to

closely with the Negro Labor home, sumptuously and mod- cation committee. ., use its support to help estab-
Council "in order that peoplenot ernisticly designed and equip Other" schools benefittingfrom ; Carver a lish research programs in its

be exploited by labor un- ped not only to accommodatelocal the distribution are physics and mathematics de-

ions." and visiting Elks but to Voorhees College, Denmark, Ranches partment.

Abernathy said the poorpeople's contribute to a civic need in S.C., $5,000 capital grant; r

campaign which con- the black confines of Miami for Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, NewsBy
structed "Resurrection City"in well equipped club rooms and
t r Ala., and Virginia State College
4 Washington was in its infancy wholesome entertainment at- Petersburg, Va., both Walter BO"1" ,
Y & that a "poor people's mosphere. $2,500 departmental assistance -

embassy" would be established Grand opening for the Elks grants and Alabama The VFW Post No.8195 will i
;
..... .
. in and the
--- Washington, club is scheduled for
Sunday, Agricultural and Mechanical hold its regular meeting Jan. 19
ABERNATHYThe SCLC would carry its demandsto February 9.CHRISTIAN. College, Normal, Ala., $1,500 at the post on Pembroke Road.
Congress.He .
SCLC leaders were departmental assistance All officers and members are

meeting at the Penn Community said it would take a"full SCIENCE"The grant. asked to please be present. On

Center, a facility set up at scale massive disobedience Over the last several years the sick list are Comrade C.
the end of the Civil War to help across the nation" to arouse gift of God is eternal Gulf has contributed to more Jenkins, Folia Boyd and Ralph

freed slaves and a favorite the nation sufficiently to re- life through Jesus Christ our than 40 predominantly Negro Seymour.

quiet retreat for the last spond to the poor. Lord." This verse from Ro- institutions higher learning. Congratulations to Mr. and

president ofSCLC, Martin Luther mans is the golden text of the 1 Morehouse has now received Mrs. Tucker of Tucker Drive .,.-.' #. ,
King Jr.Abernathy. Abernathy said part of the Bible lesson-sermon titled I, $22,646; Clark, $14,908; Tus- Inn, at 42nd Ave. and Pem- 1 1

sharply criticized SCLC 1969 program would include "Life" that will be read mall kegee, $12,149; and Virginias broke Rd., next door to Harris 1 1

President elect Richard drives to build low-rent Christian Science ; State, $6,000. Thejnrants to Motel No. 1. When out that way

Nixon, and said "black capi- housing in 15 major cities in this Sunday. Voorhees and Alabama A&M stop byformerly( in CpalockaAl1babaAve.where
talism is a bone and we are the nation.He Listen to "How can you say are Gulf's first. ? the Tuc-
tired of being tossed bones." said ground for the first life is wonderful?" Sunday, The grant to Clark will be kers are known. ..

Abernathy said the nation's project, built under the New 1:45 p.m. over WMBM. used to help complete the Boys wanted in Caryer Ran- ,
gfttttWi an $!
economy' has been centered Housing Act through the Ebe-1 1 All are welcome to Fifth t school's new Science Building, ches to sell the Miami Times < 9<

around whites, Including the nezer Baptist Church in At- Church of Christ, Scientist, to house the departments of ages from 10 14. Get infor-

business structure,and he was lanta, will be dedicated Jan. 1600 NW 54th St. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, mation at Bowe's Barbershop

not interested in making black 15 on the same day as a pil- Mathematics, Modern Foreign 4444 SW 17th St. 9839613.The . .
individuals rich, but helping grimage to the grave of Kingon MT.AARONRev. Languages and a library. Carver Ranches Fire A< t in(.-, 'W-bnt.fi' ''$".Vp i'l' y Onil
Morehouse Intends to Sfl : .;: .;/,
groups. his birthday. 0. L. Sample,pastorR. use Department meets every Mon-
M. Hicks, reporter its gift to help match a Fed- day at 8 p.m. Walter Blatch, Tomple Add

............................................................................................................. On Saturday at 3 p.m. there eral classroom government grant to build is president.The ;
w will be a wedding at the church a building for the ladies announce that the &mi' ; -. ,
NOR Humanities and Social kitchen at the post will be open '
ri1PTRS''H > -l| the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Sciences departments.Gulf rfc'Kfcrtffcfr 1
0. L. Sample, Fernice to Mr. Friday and Saturday night.

I BY FIRST FEDERAL I L Dennis Austin.Let's not forget. prayer Voorhees made to assist the of bequest a $5 million to- AUTO

Program Progress INSURAHCESERVICEFIRST
,
'.'. 'A meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Presidents of 21 area Parent Range, Miami City Commis The fourth Sunday there will scheduled for completion in

Teacher Associationswere sioner. Mr. James T. Har- be a Musical Program followed 1972, Voorhees' 75thanni

honored at a dinner on wood, manager of the Roose- by the Building Fund rally. versary. The program will include -

Thursday evening, Jan. 9, at velt office, acted as host. PTA curriculum develop-
the ment, up-grading of the facul-
Roosevelt office of First presidents or their represen-
Federal Savings and Loan Association GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
tatives who attended were: GOSPEL SINGINGYou

of Miami. Mr.Thos. Mrs. Leon Goree, Allapattah 6895 NW 14th Ave. can see and hear the
F. Moore, Jr., senior vice Elem. School; Mrs Emanuel Sons of Faith inaGospelSing- INSURANCE AGENCY
Rev. W.F. Savoy pastor
,
president of First Federal Hutcheson, Allapattah Jr.High Our sermon thought this lag, February 2, Sunday, at 8p.m.

Savings, presented to each School; Mrs. Leonard Ivy, Be- Sunday will be "Are expressing at Youth Fellowship
: you -
PTA president set of five thune Elem. School Mrs. Holiness Church 10440SW
; ,
the JIM LEVENSON Owner
High Qualities of I Phon* 635.7507
books a s a gift for their re- Georgia Mae-Jones, Browns- the Christian life?". Pie ase 180th Street.
spective school libraries. ville School Mrs. ,
Jr. High ;
study the second chapter of the I I
Jannie Jones Dorsey Jr.High
,
of
The Roosevelt office of gospel Mark.
First Federal is currently School; Mrs. Dana Chapman, We are reminded of our head The Mini-Brute presents
School Levi
Drew Elem. Mrs.
sponsoring a promotion offer- ; tax, and also of the pastor's

ing customers their choice of Anderson Elem. School, Lillie; Mrs.C.Gloria Evans request to subscribe to the the short payment book.
anyone of the five books free Adult Sunday School Lesson
James Floral Heights Elem.
-
Book.
when a new account is open-
School Mr. Samuel Cole-
ed for a minimum of ten dol- ;
brook, Gladeview Elem.
lars, or ten dollars is addedto school. CORINTH
an existing account.In mak-
ing the presentation, Mr. Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor
Miss Blanche Calloway
Moore stressed the two-fold The church will render ser-
purpose of the promotion: to Holmes Elem. School; Mrs. vice Friday at 7:30 p.m.at the
Steve Marshall J. W.Johnson
,
Springfield Baptist Church
assist Negro families to ob- ,
Elem. School ; Mrs. Gloria 4952 NW 27th Ave. Rev. Wal-
tain good books for their child ...:
Simmons, Liberty City Elem.
ker pastor.
ren and ,
to encourage thrift as
a means of attaining desirable School; Mrs. Artis Parks, Corinth Choir No. 1 will appear
tAmilyobjectives. Kelsey Pharr Elem. School; at Mt. Olive P.B.Church $ 2-door Sedan

Mrs.Herbert Long,UnionAca- Sunday, at 3 p.m. in behalf of 249 Down $4971Per Moo for 36 Months
Titles of the five books are: demy School; Mr. Dodd John- the Pastor's Aid Union Anni-

"Famous AmericanNegroes"and son, Orchard Villa Elem. versary. Deacon Roscoe Ector BulGk's new Opel KadeI12-dr. Sedan.TEST
"The First Book of Jazz," School; Mr. John T. Love, is president Rev. Nixon is .
West Little River Elem. DRIVE ONE TODAY AT.
both by Langston Hughes; pastor.
"The Adventures of the Ne- School; Mrs. Ernest J. Carr,

gro Cowboys" by Durham and Poinciana Park Elem. School;
Jones; "Young People's Storyof Mrs. Anna T i 11 man, North- "ROOFS" Sheehan BUICK y

the Americas" and "Let'sT western Vocational High

r a vel in Japan" from the School; Mrs. Elaine Cann, Mi- CLEANED 18 COATED J59Till.

Children's Press. ami Edison Jr. High School; GU VEL. BONDED ENTIRE 2300 BLOCK S.W. 8th STREET HI 41661Open
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arm- LICENSED. All INSURED
GUARANTEED BY WOWBRIT Mon.,Wed.. Fr!., 'til 9 PM and Tues.,Thurs., Sat., 'til 6PM
Guest of honor at the din- strong, Frank C. Martin Ele- ... MM4U, ill-tin, MM4H
ner was Mrs. Athalie M. mentary School. to.-




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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969

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TV Station Not Serving Black Viewers,

CBS "Perverson" i


t Ask license Cancellation i


I Of History Draws I II

WASHINGTON. A groupof "KTAL rarely, if ever, filed three years ago. principal ground thatsubstantial j

black community leaders in presents publicservicean- Another petition to deny license removal of the station's

I Sharp Protest I Texarkana, Tex., with whoma nouncements for Negro or integrated renewal is being filed studios from Texarkana gives

i ir number of whites have join- groups," the peti- by the Texarkana Junior that city inadequate televisionservice.

ed, this week filed a petitionwith tion continues.. Chamber of Commerce on the .
E CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 the Federal Communications -

parenthetically"(including, of out of town and otherwise Commission hue ask- "Black persons are rarely,
F. S. E. S. REPORT
course, a look at the two or- threatened than the total of all ing that a renewal of licensefor if ever, presented on local :

ganizations he helped to form other activists similarly KTAL, a television sta- public affairs programs . In Training Jobs Open NowIf

. )" For Garvey three daysto treated. tion in Texarkana be deniedon presenting film clips of events

gain "insight into the man, However, one Judges the the principal ground that the 1 attended by whites andblacks, you have no experience but want to work here is an

his movement . For work of the NAACP, no his- interests of Negro viewers are KTAL presents pictures of opportunity to learn a trade. AU you have to do is applyi

Malcolm X,a six-dayassess- torian could impose this Or- not being served. white persons and does not for a job at the Employment Service office listed below.'

ment; of "the significance" wellian rewrite of history. It present pictures of black per ((1)) We have an opening for a marine engine installerfor
% and a specific mention of the has to be aa effort not at his- About one-third of the population sons," the petition alleges. small boats. An inexperienced applicant will be ac-

i Nation of Islam. For the Du tory, but at ideological inter- in the viewing area cepted. The starting salary will be $2.00 an hour and up,:
served KTAL is black according
by -
Bois organization, no names pretation. There is nothing Opinions of local Negro depending on your ability. You would work from 7:30 a.m.

and merely "a look." wrong with this except (a) it to the petition. The leaders about "education, to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Fridy.
station is owned kcmc in-
The names of the DuBois lacks its proper label and (b) corporated.The by welfare and housing mattersand ((2) A Hialeah employer has a job opening for a sheet

organizations I were the Nia- it has roped CBS into provid- local civil rights activi- metal shop helper. Experience is not necessary but you

gara Movement and the Na- ing a podium for a biased pointof petition marks the sec- ties, are virtually never pre- must be able to use hand tools. The starting salary will

tional Association for the Advancement view, rather than a history.We ond time that a, license renewal sented," the petition says. be $1.75 an hour for a five day, forty hour week.

I.'" of Colored People are confident that our has been attacked on the ((3) We have an opening for an engraving machine oper

(NAACP). The Niagara Move- position, the position of of the the grounds that a television sta- Among other charges set ator (Pantograph). The firm will accept inexperienced

ment, completely Negro, was overwhelming majority tion allegedly failed to serve forth are: applicant. The starting salary will be $1.60 an hour and
will
organized in 1905,the NAACP, Negro population, prevail. Negro interests. The first was you would work forty hours a week, Monday through Sat-

interracial, ,in 1909. They Whether they admit it or not, filed against WLBT-TV, in That KTAL has substan- urday.

joined forces shortly after- we know that the fight we made Jackson, Miss., by the Officeof tially moved its operations to Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial office, Florida
r from 1909 to date has made it
ward.. for Communication of the Unit- Shreveport, La., 79 miles State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave. Employ-
black lec-
the
The Garvey movement is buta possible ed Church of Christ, a two- away so that news events, ment Service offices are open at .8 a.m. sharp, Monday

shadow of what is was in the turers, writers, culture addicts million member Protestant in Texarkana are inadequately through Friday.

1920s. It was one more of the and dialectic dilettantesto denomination. (The denomination covered by television and

many demonstrations since have freedom In the exer- was formed 11 years ago only a radio station, KCMC,
cise of their don'tknow
the Civil War that whether one egos. They through the union of the Con- is left. A
terror because have
calls them Negro, Afro- they gregational Christian Madam Ann
not known lynching that via
American Churches and the Evangelicaland That KTAL has too many
Colored} or
4 lence of the spirit and of the Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
Black or gives them'swords Reformed Church). commercial announcementsand
body that theirfathers and you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
entertainment
and gold braid, plumed hats grandfathers experienced The action against WLBT, programsand I I Money or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Trouble?

and British nobility titles, living through and licked, begun in 1964, is still in the too few devoted to public Do you want more happiness and good fortune in life?
American Negroes do not want affairs, education, informa- if you have any of these problems or others like them,
even as the Jews lived through courts. Last year the denomination's .
Clear
to leave the United States. tion and news. friend, there is wonderful news of a remarkablenew
their programs. Office of Communi- way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
The Nation of Islam is a re- Today they hire a lawyer and cation, aided by a grant fromth numbers. See Madam Ann today $5 reading, t3 with Ad.

ligious, ram ili tar y cult fight in court(as H.Rap Brown e Ford Foundation, under- That KTAL has failed to live OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

whose membership is an infinitesimal is doing), but when the NAACP took to help community groups up to program promises madein Phone: 691.9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue

percentage of the started there was no day in monitor television and radio its last renewal application MIAMI, FLORIDA

Negro religious population.But court for a black man. We stations in their respectiveareas

created those courts and the to determine whether or

the organization of civil rights law under which not the stations were broad- '

which Du Bois was one of the today's appeals are made.Today casting "in the public inter- r I
In
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founders and officers chief Keep with
they yell (and properly so) est, convenience and neces-
.. spokesman and philosopher
about the filth in the slums, sity" as required by the FCC 1
which is now in its 60th x
year but Negro committees sat all Although the church group is

with 450,000 dues-paying day in the outer office of a assisting local groups to organize the Times
members in all 50 states, is
Texas street commissioner and to monitor stations, >..
not mentioned in the syllabus. ,
seeking a grader for their any action to be taken must t' ; \,+ '
None of its spokesmen has apart streets -- before Thurgood originate in the community it- ; ::f: "l
even as a panelist, In a .- >
Marshall and the NAACP got self. X**
series stretching, not over a
them the vote making the
90-minute special, but over commissioner ,wait on them. The Texarkana group is one ? ..{ .+ 't ft. f F 'NI ;it. .,r..- --1 .tM-r .} I ..
108 half hours in 18
spaced Only incidentally and on a aided by the Office of Commu rrit4 '. / :
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tiny scale do these and scoresof nication.
four and one-third months. :lt .rF,6 Jl: vrl'jt x
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the Negro in the United y :Y: : :. ,r .. .,.' .
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States during the past 60 years .NfYr () ;:; ".:} '
FCC's "fairness doctrine Si r"l
without is the callous contemptwith ... . .
giving major con- which i this making of anti-semitism and attacks on t: !'j ,. .... : x'Mv"7; =h Z '/"'
sideration to the role of the : :
bricks without straw is dis- major church groups, as wellas .. 't ref.i LIlf' j
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missed by the impudent and fefisi "

NAACP Ing the stalwarts.contributions More of Ignorant (or scheming) late- Dr. Everett C. Parker is director | ';::::f iB ;7 .

NAACP activists have been comers that brings tears and of the Office of Com- =
munication.
lynched, shot, burned, deliberately anger.A .

assassinated, run real history would lay "KTAL hasnotc onsulted j/T rf 4 in.li -- 'J I
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TV Station Not Serving Black Viewers,

CBS "Perverson"Of i


Ask license Cancellation


History Draws I II
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WASHINGTON. A groupof "KTAL rarely, if ever, filed three years ago. principal ground that substan-
black community leaders in presents publicservicean- Another petition to deny license tial removal of the station's

Sharp Protest Texarkana, Tex., with whoma nouncements for Negro or Integrated renewal is being filed studios from Texarkana gives

I I number of whites have join- groups," the peti- by the Texarkana Junior that city inadequate television

ed, this week filed a petitionwith tion continues.. Chamber of Commerce on the service.F. .
r CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 a the Federal Communications -

parenthetically"(including, of out of town and otherwise Commission here ask- "Black persons are rarely, I S. E. S. REPORT:
course, a look at the two or- threatened than the total of all ing that a renewal of licensefor if ever, presented on local ,

ganizations he helped to form other activists similarly KTAL, a television sta- public affairs programs. . In : Training Jobs Open Now

. )" For Garvey three daysto treated. tion in Texarkana, be deniedon presenting film clips of events

gain "insight into the man, However, one judges the the principal ground that the' attended by whites and blacks, If you have no experience but want to work here Is an

his movement . For work of the NAACP, no his- interests of Negro viewers are KTAL presents pictures of opportunity to learn a trade. AU you have to do is applyifor

Malcolm Xasix-dayassess- torian could impose this Or- not being served. white persons and does not a job at the Employment Service office listed below.'

ment of "the significance"and wellian rewrite of history. It present pictures of black per (1) We have an opening for a marine engine Installerfor

a specific mention of the has to be an effort not at his- About one-third of the popu- sons," the petition alleges. small boats. An inexperienced applicant will be ac-

Nation of Islam. For the DuBois tory, but at ideological inter lation in the viewing area cepted. The starting salary will be $2.00 an hour and upc

organization, no names pretation. There is nothing served by KTAL is black, according Opinions of local Negro depending on your ability. You would work from 7:30 a.m.

and merely "a look." wrong with this except (a) it to the petition. The leaders about "education, to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Fridy.

The names of the DuBois lacks its proper label and (b) station is owned by kcmc,in- welfare and housing matters (2) A Hialeah employer has a job opening for a sheet

organizations were the Nia- it has roped CBS into provid- corporated.The and local civil rights activities metal shop helper. Experience is not necessary but you

gara Movement and the Na- ing a podium for a biased pointof petition marks the sec- are virtually never pre- must be able to use hand tools. The starting salary will

tional Association for the Advancement view, rather than history. ond time that a r license renewal sented," the petition says. be $1.75 an hour for a five day, forty hour week.
.
... of Colored People We are confident that our has been attacked on the (3) We have an opening for an engraving machine oper-

(NAACP). The Niagara Move- position, the position of the grounds that a television sta- Among other charges set ator (Pantograph). The firm will accept an Inexperienced
overwhelming majority of the The starting salary will be $1.60 an hour and
ment, completely Negro, was tion allegedly failed to serve forth are: applicant.
organized in 1905,the NAACP, Negro population,will prevail. Negro interests. The first was you would work forty hours a week, Monday through Sat-

interracial, ,in 1909. They Whether they admit it or not, filed against WLBT-TV, In That KTAL has substan- urday.

Joined forces shortly after- we know that the fight we made Jackson, Miss., by the Officeof tially moved its operations to Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida

ward. from 1909 to date has made it Communication of the Unit- Shreveport, La., 79 miles State Employment Service, 1350 NW 12th Ave. Employ

possible for the black lec- that news eventsin ment Service offices are at 8 a.m. sharp Monday
so
The Garvey movement is but ed Church of Christ, a two- away open ,
a shadow of what is was in the turers, writers, culture addicts million member Protestant Texarkana are inadequately through Friday.

1920s. It was one more of the and dialectic dilettantesto denomination. (The denomination covered by television and

many demonstrations since have freedom in the exer- was formed 11 years ago only a radio station, KCMC,

the Civil War that whether one cise of their egos. They don't through the union of the Con- Is left. A
{ know terror because they have
calls them Negro, Afro- gregational Christian McuiciiftInit
not known lynching that vio-
American Churches and the Evangelicaland That KTAL has too many
Colored: or lence of the spirit and of the Spiritual Reader and AdvisorAre
Black them swords Reformed Church). commercial announcementsand
or gives
body that their father sand you facing difficult problems? Poor Health?
and gold braid, plumed hats grandfathers experienced The action against WLBT, entertainment programsand I Money'or Job Trouble? Drink, Love or Family Trouble?
and British nobility titles, too few devoted to public Do you want more happiness and good fortune in life?
licked begun in 1964 is still in the
and
living through ,
American Negroes donotwantto affairs, education, informa- If you have any of these problems or others like them,
even as the Jews lived through courts. Last year the denomi- tion and dear friend, there is wonderful news of a remarkablenew
news.
leave the United States. their programs. nation's Office of Communi- way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky

The Nation of Islam is a religious Today they hire a lawyer and cation, aided by a grant fromth numi ers. See Madam Ann today. $5 reading, S3 with Ad.
para-m i lit a r y cult That KTAL has failed to live OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
fight in court(as H.Rap Brown e Ford Foundation, under-
whose membership is an Infinitesimal is doing), but when the NAACP took to help community groups up to program promises madein Phone: 691-9583 9751 N. W. 27th Avenue

percentage of the started there was no day in monitor television and radio its last renewal application MIAMI, FLORIDA

Negro religious population.But court for a black man. We stations in their respectiveareas

created those courts and the to determine whether or

the organization of civil rights law under which not the stations were broad- Sryv

which Du Bois was one of the today's appeals are made.To- casting "in the public inter- Keep In Tune with
founders and officers chief
day they yell (and properly so) est, convenience and neces- '

(.. spokesman and philosopher, about the filth in the slums, sity" as required by the FCC
which is now in its 60th
year but Negro committees sat all Although the church group is

with 450,000 d ues- pa y hg day in the outer office of a assisting local groups to organize YV ,, the Times
members in all 50 states is .
,
...
Texas street commissioner and to monitor stations, .
not mentioned in the syllabus. seeking a grader for their any action to be taken must .;.-. ,+:>
None of its spokesmen has apart ;" ;;/
before originate in the
streets -- Thurgood communityitself. -
even as a panelist in a
Marshall and the NAACP got " .-...
series stretching not over a
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them the vote, making the y .r .X/*'..<'t',?.? .
r
90-minute special, but over rr (ylr
The ,. i> w. rs..d.,1r..r
commissioner wait on them. Texarkana group is one o / i 108 half hours, spaced in 18 Only incidentally and on a aided by the Office of Commu-
weeks, a calendar period of L / ,
nication.
tiny scale do these and scoresof ; .1
four and one-third months. ,
other happenings mark
It is to pro-
Impossible producean gress. No bragging should be Community groups some- .y'"Fwit.1 3 i'1+5'! 'r ..),/ "_ I (rt'y ,. 1 _
honest and accurate historyof
done over the doing of what times are interested in such
the Negro in the United should have been done. problems as violations of the 7.1s: /

States during the past 60 years FCC's "fairness doctrine r :-..... tI 7i' .
It is the callous contemptwith .1'Jtrt:7: i p4r A i t: 1 ,
without giving major con- which this making of anti-semitism and attacks on t. p, rr' ..r wr 1.\..1f'.j. ,j5
t I/-f
sideration the role of .
to the
bricks without straw is dismissed major church groups, as wellas G i}'i1 "'.. .+.ura... l {
NAACP and without mention- .; y=>i ; ,;, 'r l :aY ijp
by the impudent and anti-Negro bias. The Rev. .v r .wt.- 4 sy
the contributions of .
ing Dr. Everett C. Parker is director '
ignorant (or scheming) late- -
NAACP stalwarts. More :
comers that brings tears and of the Office of Com- ; I'\r .: i I:I
NAACP activists have been .. ,
munication.
lynched, shot, burned, deliberately anger.A --7:
real history would lay
assassinated run "KTAL hasnotconsultedNegro ; ,
this fiber in and
bare a people + ,
leaders and Negro organizations :i ifig' s r;
make them proud. Synthetic f
preachments toward a con- concerning their I \ .
tastes needs and desires I .
BUYING ,
trived goal are not history. : ,
the sets
petition forth."One or ,
BLACKDo They are a betrayal of the au-
more of the undersigned or
thentic heroes.
you have your own their members are active in r
The Negro American, whom t { { / M 44
business? most if not all of the prin- >'
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own sum- -
Let the white communityknow survey cipal community organi- 1 Yr. -

you are here! The mer revealed as divided zations in which Negroes par-
Human between 21,300,000 of various 11
Florida Council on
ticipate in the Texarkana area.
Relations Is compiling a kinds of moderates and 700- .
They have consulted r
among
directory of black businesses 000 of various kinds of militants -
1/ and services In the themselves and with other
deserves better than
greater Miami area. The persons prominent In the com- -
this perversion'from the un-
directory will be distributedto
munity and have been unableto
Interested and paralleled facilities of the Columbia -
groups
Individuals who are now Broadcasting System.We sentative discover Negro any broadly leadershipever repre- Miami Times that is

not informed about the existence expect to keep our con- "
consulted by KTAL.
of black busi
stituency -- over 1,700 chap-
nesses. If wish to be
you ters in all 50 states -- well Only $5.00 a
listed call Mrs.
Luykx at (F.C.C. regulations require year r
667.4951 or Mrs. Ashley at informed as to this latest
stations to consult with impor-
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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 17, 1969
.

Curley Carol High Schools In' Magazine Classic'

Spearing witli........, ,

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David. Lawyer is a former Proceeds will establish at I ranking. the Knights could jump back
I amateur boxer who hasn't lost trust'fund for the two children But if Lawyer throws his into the ratings with a pair of

4 his taste for ruggedness Just Billy, 31/2,and Wendy Ann, \weight around successfully, victories.

d because he plays a "non-con- 101/2 months,of Bill Burdick, '''N ".. "", .
: tact" sport. former South Dade High assistant ,, > '11

Lawyer is a 6-3 center on football basketball coach ;";;,.,- ,, "

BY HARRY SPEAR Archbishop Curley's basket- who died July 21 after seven ,"
ball team and Cur ley op- months in a coma. rJ

ponents will argue the "non- Lawyer is one of several

HIALEAH OPENS TODAY contact" myth about basket- Negro athletes who will be on II
display for a large gatheringof I (,
If a social register for blue-blooded race horses was pub- ball.Lawyer
has been one of the college recruiters who can
lished, most of the book could be compiled at Hialeah park.
few Knights to stay healthy this see four teams under one roof.
Just as the Florida winter social season reaches its crest at
season and he carries the ma- Saturday night the senior
Hialeah, horse racing also comes to a peak at Hialeah. This
jority of the burden in keep- strongboy collides with Ely's
year racing fans will thrill to the excitement of greatness AB
ing Curley near the top of Dade 6-3 Vernon Taylor, considered
January 17 through March 4 when Hialeah
crams more big
five
County basketball.His one of Florida's top
name horses onto its daily program than any other track in
America. ruggedness under the prospects. Friday night Law-
boards and ability to come up yer faces Key West's inside
Forward pass, Beau Brummel, King Emperor, Wise Ex-
with nearly loose ball pair of 6-3 LouAlburyandG1leaper
every
change, Bold Hour, Fort Marcy, Czar Alexander, Top Knight,
will get its supreme test this Bill Butler, both regu-
Vitriolic Process Shot Straight Deal and Ludham
area mere
lars off last Class AA
weekend when Curley, 6-4 thus year's
handful of the famous horses who will take part in the 1969
action at Hialeah. far, faces a pair of Top-10- state championship club.
ranked teams.AllNegro. Lawyer and Leroy Baptiste,

11-1' Their riders, among them stars Angel Cordero, Jr., Jorge Blanche Ely, also 6-3, are a pair trying to
Velasquez, Braulio Baeza, John Rotz, Ray Broussard and Bob Florida's second-ranked team uphold Curley basketball traditions

Ussery, will sport the familiar silks of famous owners and with a scoring average of 90 helped established by t J( ,

stables such as Calumet Far mWheatley Stable, Ogden Phipps, points per game, tests Curley their older brothers. Cyril "

George D. Widener, Rokeby Farm, C. V. Whitney, Hobeau Saturday night in the Magazine Baptiste was a 6-8 super cen- w ., .
d7*
' Farm and Darby Dan Farm. Classic after the Knights open ter on last year's 29-2 team ,QY 3 } takf

y Attracting the outstanding horses as well as top jockeys, with Key West Friday night. that was beaten by Key Westin ;

trainers and owners, is Hialeah's rich racing program, which The games, part of back-to- the Region 4AA final. Bap- w 5
n
.
includes overall purse distribution estimated at$2,641,470 back charity doubleheaders tiste is a freshmanatCreighton d q 4 Li

a new record here --and 16stakes worth a new high of $675- sponsored by Miami Football University in Omaha. 5
000 in added money. Magazine, are at Miami-Dade Homer Lawyer, a 6-5 forward,
Junior College North. Carol is averaging 22 points per
The stakes, offering a minimum of $25,000 added, include City is the other local team in- game Central' .Florida. m__ -Jr.-. ,--.-....-- -...---.
the $100,000 Flamingo, the $100,000 Widener and the $75,000 volved. Curley plays the 7.30: College in kb. WILDCATS DEFEND SttC TITLE

Hialeah Turf Cup. The Flamingo, on closing day as a fitting game against Key West Fridayand But the younger Baptiste has Shown
above
the
climax to the season, is for 3-year-olds and has producedseven the Knights play the 8.45: been slowed by fluid on the are co-captains of the Bethune-Cookman
Kentucky Derby winners from its past winners. game Saturday against Ely; knee, one of five knee ailmentsthat College Wildcats defending champions of the Southern Intercollegiate -
The Widener is a handicap for 3-year-olds and up and will Carol City plays the opposite have stalled Curley's bid Athletic Conference. In the first game of the new

be run February 22, while the Turf Cup attracts the grass- schedule. for a fourth straight lofty state year against LeMoyne College, little All-American Johnny
running specialists on March 1. .,. Allen, (left) 6-8 center tossed in 29 points and grabbed 19 rebounds -
"Af, Melv1nJ ckson,(right)aD.1 All Conference forward

Four stakes are set for the first eight days of the meeting. 'h' from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, dumped in 28 points and grap-

The Royal Poinciana opens the season January 17, followedby ped 11 rebounds, leading the wildcats to a 117-96 conference
victory. Allen a senior from Boynton Beach is currently being
the Jasmine for fillies the following day. On Wednesday,
scouted by teams from the National and American Basket
Jan. 22 the Hibiscus is featured '
followed by the Royal Palmon t ': : t
Jan. 25.TOP. : .../ ball Association. In five games this season he has shot 160
( points for a 32 point average per game.He holds the school's

scoring record. 2,246 points. 6-1 Jackson is described by

headcoach Jack McClairen as the finest defensive ball player :,
DOGS VIE FOR FLORIDA TITLE he has coached
ra foytt
It appears that Bill Moore, Veteran Presiding Judge at Bis-

cayne Dog Track will have an illustrious list of super grey- '$''' :!'f' .
hound stars to choose from in selecting the most eligible 32

runners for the upcoming $31,400-added All-Florida Championship i

"MY ,f


The prestigious stakes featured at Biscayne will get under !
way next week with first and second round eliminations, with ) ' TIME"By "

the final championship run scheduled for the night of Feb. 1. "' ,.1II.1\.. E E

b : l tf. By PHIL DIXON
The J. E. O'Donnell Kennel,which leads the kennel standingsat ", :

Biscayne appears to have a formidable quartet nominated -- " 1

Triple Rocket, Northern Champ, Grenoble and Mar Jaguar, ,.'w1i
who have accounted for 23 victories between them at this wanting to join the AFL booster's and believer'sclub

writing. see me for your application. After last Sunday's Super
Bowl game; and I had to face the committee of AFL players

I became a true believer. The fellows didn't ride hard, they
Other top runners include George Fulton's Jim Snell, with just made me eat my words; and if any of you ever walked intoa
two wins in four starts JordanKennels'deco Roosa who
; won room, and a group of guys were waiting to roast youyou
five straight races; Joe LaCroix' Innaugural winner, My True know how I felt after the game when I had to face the entire
and Madam Phaedra, who has won five of 10 starts; seven- AFL.

time winner Vulmidis, from the Rolling Rock Kennel;and Ray I take back most of what I said about the AFL; and modifythe
Randle's Strictly, last summer's all-time Biscayne champ who statement to this could
: on any given day,a top AFL team
scored 22 victories at the
meet. beat a top NFL team.Both leagues have professionals and most

professionals I know, have a lot of pride.From Sunday's game

Two big names- especially Vern Renslow's L.L.'s Doug rye come to the conclusion that from now on, anytime there is
.- have arrived at Biscayne for the stakes feature. L.L.'s a meeting between theAFLandNFL it will again be a thing of

Doug heads the list of active winners in the nation with 147 W'1'T-" 'w"-ur1l\l1 .-. JIlIIIIir"ll! individuals and not press clippings that will win the game.

starts and a record of 84 victories, 29 seconds and 13 third CURLEY'S DAVID LAWYER Again, my congrats to the Jets, for turning out a tremendous

place runs. The speedball is the third leading winner for 1968 ? seeks to uphold family tradition performance and above all, an overwhelming victory.
with 37 victories In 57 starts. Gold stars go to broadway Joe and Matt Snell for the offense;
---
and to Randy Beverly and Johnny Sample for the defense.

BASEBALL PLAYERS GOLF TOURNAMENTFEB. Wildcats Make SIAC TeamsThe While the Super Bowl was going on here,Charlie Sifford was

.. 8.11 winning the Los Angeles open Charlie, an ex-player in the
'1 Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark and George MacLean,local Southern Intercolle- who led the team with eight interceptions North-South classic held here annually, started following the
entrepreneur and sportsman will assist the tournament com- giate Athletic Conference announced returned 13 punts PGA some years ago. This was Charlie's first victory of the

mittee of the 29th annual National Baseball players Golf Championships its first and second for 329 yards and 10 kickoffsfor year. Perhaps, this is Charlie's year to set the pace on the
Feb. 811. teams at a recent conference 313 yards and Nathaniel tour-keep getting those birdies Charlie.

meeting. Eight Bethune-Cook- Ross (Atlanta, Ga.), a first Miami Jac kson Generals beat the Northwestern Bulls in
man College Wildcats were. free safety who runs the basketball last
Clark and MacLean will be co-chairmen of a special com year week and couldn't move any higher than 14th
those
among selected. 100 in 9.4 and was second in state wide. However, they meet again soon and is
everyone
mittee to form a guest list for the event to be held at the Cityof Heading the list on the first
interceptions for the Wildcats. looking forward to
Miami Golf Course at Miami Springs. the game. The last one was a complete sell
..- team are Alfred Hay wood The second team honorees out, so my advice to the athletic director of any of these top
(Jacksonville) a fleet 180 are Albert Wright (Miami) a basket ball powers, is to acquire a place large enough for these
The baseball golf meet which celebrates its 35th
birthdaythis pound halfback who appearedin senior guard who is considered games you know are sell outs.
year Is a major event of the Miami winter vacation sea only five before
an
games a good down field blocker; Speaking of basketball, this week-end out at Dade Jr. College
son, and the stellar event for baseball players before report injury sidelined him for the
Winston Mack (Marietta, Ga), North, there will be some of the state's leading teams in the
ing for spring training. rest of the season.Haywood,a A junior middle line backer Miami Football Magazine Classic Tournament. You will Beta
sophomore carried the ball 51 who led the team in unassisted chance to
see some of the best talent in the state during the
r The City of Miami-sponsored
four-day competition will times for 376 for
yards
an tackles with 85 in seven tournament.
Don't
miss a if like basketball.
bring many of baseball's great stars to Miami game you good
next month. of
7.4
average yards
per Charles
games; Branch (Day- Another aspect of inter-scholastic sports I,along with manyof
carry. He scored 55 points tona Beach), a senior line you failed to realize; and that is competition on the Jr.
EX-FALCON STAR SETS RECORDJohn which was tops for the Wildcats backer was second in unassisted high level. Within the next week or tworll have a chance to
and was third in the conference tackles with 56 in visit
eight some of these games and talk about their players, etc.
Napier set a Tampa scoring record Wednesday and ; Elijah Richardson games and Walter Frazier From what rye been told, these kids put more of themselves
almost single handedly beat Valdosta State as he pumped in 56 (Moultrie, Georgia), a 6-4 junior (Wauchula) a center who made into these games than the pros_ ingoing to see for myselfand
points to lead the Spartans to a 91-68 victory. end who caught 25 passesfor All Conference at that position I hope to see you there also.

Napier, a junior transfer from Miami-Dade Junior College 514 yards and four touch last year. Wyatt, is also a repeater Sportsman of the week; Johnny Sample How seet it is.
North, also paced Tampa on the boards with 19 rebounds. He downs; Alvin Wyatt (Jackson on the All Conference Until the AFL believers meeting, I'll ha veto look for you at ;
is a 6-foot 3 forward. ville) a 185 pound cornerback squad. one of the basketball games.r .



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RANDOLPH'S SUPPORT THE ASK FOR MR. FORD

Round About KINDERGARTENThe CARVER Y.M.C.A. TO SHOW YOU THESE SPECIALS
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Talk children went to see $800 Down FHA ((1)) 736 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom CBS. Din-

Santa Claus ,at Sears duringthe 800 NW 56th Street ing room, porch. $350 down. $87 month.
A.rrBY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL last week of school before Live rent free, lovely 2
the Christmas holidays. bedroom, CBS home plus 2 ((2)) 928 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom, CBS, porch,
TALK OFTHETOWN. . ModelRoz Hill, that hellava beau- rental units completely terrific area. $300 down. $84 month.
tUulBlack.cPlayboyClub) Bunny, heading for Holly wood and an We gave away boxes of groceries furnished.
acting career Jazz singer Carmen McRae and her husband to a needy family,during -' * ((3)) 2377 NW 77th Terr. 2 bedroom, nice

Francoise Vaz, feuding . Singer-actress Barbara McNair Christmas. $1300 Down FHA stone house. $200 down, 74 month.
who played the nude bedroom scenes in her first movie, "11 The 64th St. group visitedthe 2230 NW 38th Street
He Hollers, Let Him Go," has built herself Into a "sex-pot Pepsi Cola Company and Big beautiful duplex. 2 ((4)) 1455 NW 37th St. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths,

image." She's married to(white) Irishman Jack Rafferty. . tled.observed how sodas are bot- bedroom, 2 bath, Flo room, 2 porches, big frame. $300 down, $80 month.
Cyril M. Poitier (actor Sidney Poitier's brother) now a name They sipped Pepsi Cola lot.
huge
In his own rights as a film director-producer. With the film and watched a movie about corner* * ((5)) 2111 NW 152nd Terr. 3 bedroom CBS,

"Old Enough, Big Enough" completed, he's moving on up. . ter Lassie called" "Don't BeA Lit- 3516 NW 10th Avenue Fla room, carport, fence. $350 down, $97 mo.FOR .
Bug. They were ent-
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TV serial, N.Y.P.D.) Is founder of the Negro Ensemble Co. of Mrs. Jessie Thompson, reporter 3151 NW 55th St. 3 bedrooms, $95 month.
New York city on U.S.Repertory theatre bias. . Adam Clay- Home and Income 4405 NW 13th Ave. 2 bedrooms, $85 month.
ton Powell back on the scene after being sworn In as U. S. Small down, no qualifying. 1293 NW 44th St. 2 bedrooms, $90 month.

Rep. from his Harlem District. Powell will fight to regain his Large CBS dupl.x.ALLAPATTAH ::::ft%%%:%::%%::::%::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::::::::::
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He's the son of the Harlem Congressman and pianist Hazel I-. - - --. -------a
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 17, 1969 31
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FOR RENT HELP WANTED I
INVENTORY

ADS Room 759-0450. Also 19 ft. ADULTS RETIREES CONTROL CLERKIf

boat for sale. No motor. SCHOOL BOYS
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. NEED MONEY? I YOU nlov record: kwplnj: ws
100
FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ':YORD. hey. |the lob for you In our
DEADLINE FOR Furnished apartment. For information Try a Miami Her lad newspaper Materiel| In Control lnv nlorv Department.Control' end Exprrlenct -
CLASSIFIED
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ADS
TUESDAY 6 P. M. route. For information typing ibility prtltrrtd.
call OX 12426.
call. 350-2487. Mr. Bennettor WIREMEN
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTED. Elderly woman to Mr. Clemons. (Jan. 24))

3 houses. CBS,tile roof,hard CBS 3 bedroom, 1 bath, two LOVELY CBS $400 DOWN share home. Small rent. Call El ECTRONIC Wlrtmw': for chew
wood floor corner. 4 bed years new,$14,500 total price 3030 NW 58th Street 634-8216. (Ja. 24)) MI MISCELLANEOUS: blv lit Should und printed be (/ mlllor e'rrult' with isem-cqlnr.-
rooms 2 bath, 3 bedrooms, 2 $1,500 down, E-Z monthly Like brand new, 2 bedroom MRS. GRACE codes' .mi.And Ibis to reAd wiring dlor

baths 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. move today- Aetna Realty large living room, separate Room in private home for READER AND ADVISER LIBERAL frlngt. btmeflli' program

Central air conditioning and (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. dining room, no closing costs. clean working woman. Phone Solve any prblem you have, oll'rd.PL.EASE APPLYMILCO

heat. You must qualify. VA or 757-5724. Open 7 days See, call owner 6932631.FHA 635-4078. no matter what it is. Such ELf CTRONIC CORP.ftlilVw. .

FHA. Call Michael 6248839. problems as love health 1 TH AVI.
3140 NW 157th Terrace. 2401 NW 85th St. Huge cor- LOW DOWN Room for nice working couple. business etc. First time in An Equal Opportunity Employer.
(Jan. 31) ner 4 bedroom 2 bath, fenced New sub division with 37 $15 week. Some cooking. 757- America. She has helped many

15 i 37 pool built-in kitchen homes for sale. 3 bedrooms 4149. ill over the world and she can SOUTHERNBELL
"FHA" total price $19,500we have 1 bath to 4 bedrooms 2 baths. help you. All readings private.She .

2 BEDROOM DUPLEX terms on this one see the $17,150 to 19250. FHA/VA HELP WANTEDMALE will answer one free ques-
Excellent location, young best. Aetna Realty (Broker) financing. Open 15:30 everyday tion. Call 7585919. Located NEEDS

large 2 bedroom each side, 811 NW 54th St., Ph:757-5724 Located at 90th Ave. and 128 NW 77th Street. Miami, TELEPHONEOPERATORS

home plus income. Prlce$19- Open 7 days. SW 128th St. Jennings Con Permanent full time year- open 7 days a week 9 a.m. til

400. $900 down plus all closing struction Co. (Feb. 7)) round employment. Major 8 p.m. There is no pity for APPLY

costs. Drive by 3101 NW 9th 8431 NW 22nd Place 2 bed company Warehouseman- those who need help and don't
then call Fenster room CBS oak floors tile roof House. 2 bedrooms 1 bath rate $1.70 3 months Monday-Friday
Avenue us Starting ; come for it. One visit to Mrs. 345 N. E. 2nd Avenue
$900 down $68 month all.
Realty Broker, 759-8779. fenced price to move now, pays $1.78; 9 months $1.85; from Grace will make you feel you 8325 N. E. 2nd Avenue
$13,800. E-Z down, E-Z 625-0978. Call after 4 p.m. date hired. Call Mr. Sullivan are somebody again. Call fora 9101 S. W. 24th Street ..

LOTS! LOTSI! monthly a"must" see today! office manager 885-4711 or n appointment. (Jan. 17)) Downtown Yi Day Saturday Location A. Open M.
2 corner beautiful lots.75z110 Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW FHA $500 down. $75 month. apply in person at Equal Opportunity Employer
each. Priced for quick sale. 54th St. Phone; 757-5724 open Modern 2 bedoom CBS. Ter- EVERGLADES PAPER, CO. Draperies taken down

Location on corner NW 32nd 7 days. razzo floors, large utility 8150 NW 74th Ave. cleaned, decorator folded and
Ave. an 214th St. (Liberty room, appliances fenced yard rehung. Lustra-tone: Drapery CocaColaBOTTLING

Gardens Also nice lot in By owner. CBS, 4 bedroom with fruit trees near school Wool Presser. Steady.Quality Service 8878022. (indef) CO.

Washington Park). Call us for home. City water, no qualifying shopping and bus. TUBIN only. 12? and 24f. Sandbar

all information, Fenster Realty immed ate occupancy. Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. Cleaners. 17304 Collins Ave. WANTED Route

759-8779. $500 down, $125 per month 691-4785. 945-7161. ONE USED STENOGRAPH
pays all. 1929 NW 71stStreet MACHINE
pretty CBS 2 bedroom 1 bath 6420722. FHA Duplex. $400 down. $80 Grill man. Full or part time Please call Mrs.Briggs at The SalesmanSalary
screened porch fenced yard month. 12 year old CBS build Sober and reliable.6 day week. Miami Times Thursday or while
ing. Near 17th Avenue. Large
sprinklers close to bus,shopping INVESTMENT Apply in person. McDonald's Friday from 1-7 p.m. 691-
fenced rent out side training
one
yard
FHA $300 down $80.78 OPPORTUNITY 3325 NW 79th Street. 0421.
,
Must be 21
live rent free. TUBIN Realtors or over
month, Veteran or displaced 17 UNITS (ALL FURNISHED]I
7906 NW 7th Ave. Pht woman for HELP WANTED and a resident of
person $100 down. Atlanticand This Is a chance to give yourself WANTED. Elderly
Pacific Realtors 666- a good income opportunity. -: 691-4785. light housework. Rent free. MALEDRIVERSALESMAN theGreater

0411. Take advantage of this ex- Call: 7596563. Miami
; FHA $300 down. $63 month.
cellent investment of these 1"< Must
16 lots, TRUMAN City, west t units. One mortgage. Call us., Seller pays all closing costs. Girl wanted. Part time. Nc have Fla. chauffeur's li- Area
of airport. Call 758-1872 for all details. Fenster Realty, Close in 2 bedroom CBS, cor- cooking, care of elderly lady cense. 5 day week. Paid Apply in person at:

(Jan. 24])I Broker 759-8779. ner NW lot 7th, Ave.TUBIN Phone Realtors 6914785.,7906 and light cleaning. 625-3057. vacation and pension plan. 301 Nft 29th Street

Average salary $150 week. between 10 a.m.
1870 NW 84th St. 3 bedroom FHA $90 guarantee.
FHA BARBER WANTED. Experience
$450 down. $90 month. and 3
CBS fenced newly painted, 2 HOUSES ON 1 LOT Seller all closing costs. not necessary. Dave's Applyi p.m.
FHA $12,700 No closingcosts Terrific deal! 2 bedroon 1 pays Artistic Barber Shop, 1090 SOUTHERN BAKERIES CO. Monday through Friday
Close in 2 bedroom CBS large
315 20th
NW Street
$600 downVetsand221 house plus garage.Ranchstyle -. NW 62nd St. (Jan. 31))'
Florida room, awnings, fenced 1 Mr. Jim Eagen
people $300 down), $83.55 Other home a one bed.
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yard.Near school shopping
i monthly. Bring your deposit. room, all CBS. Price$21,550Downpayment ,, and FONTAINEBLEAU'
bus. TUBIN Realtors HOTEL
FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
Aetna RealtyBroker,811NW plus closing ,
g
3906 NW 7th Ave. Phone 691-
Applications are now being accepted
54th St. Phone 757-5724 Open cost. Don't miss it.Originally 4785. with some immediate Earn extra money. Night work. 5-9. Also Toy
7 days. priced at $25,000. Drive bj Y opening for EXPERIENCEDSteno work.

6500 NE 1st Place. Shown b y FHA $900 down. 4 bedroom 2 and File Clerks Day and Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.

100 NW 68th St Gorgeous appointment only. Fenstei bath CBS pool and patio.Large Night Waiters and Waitresses Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation.or .
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS with Realty, Broker, 759-8779. : .
,
living room, built in kitchen, Porters, Ware-washers, over. Apply between 10 .a.m. & 5 p.m. No .
garage huge Florida room utility room, awning windows Housemen Night Cleaners calls National Linen Service
phone please. ,
oak floors tile roof, $16,500 59 Mercury Parklane. All
terrazzo floors, sprinkler Night Coffee Shop Hostess..
1st Avenue. Ask for Findley.
1950 NW Mr.
total air conditioned
good
price wearrangefinanc.ing power, ,
system, fenced lot. Near elementary NOW IS THE TIME to apply in
see today Aetna Realty condition. $300. '60 Chevy au
school, bus and at our Personnel Office 10
(Broker 811 54th Ph. tomatic good cond1t1 $250.
), NW St. } Northside Shopping Center a.m. to 4 p.m., 4441 Collins
757-5724, open 7 days. Call 223-1190. TUBIN Realtors 7906 NW 7 Avenue, Miami Beach. ExecutiveNeed

Ave. Phone; 6914785. (Jan. 17)) Working
All CBS 2 houses and pool,

front house 3 bedrooms 1 bath MONTH PAYSALL
$88 EDISON AREA ATTENTION mature, dependable man with common
back house 2 bedrooms 1 bath Nice small 2 bedroom CBS
Drive by 160 NW 69th St.Love- HOUSEWIVES
FHA $18,000 $1,200 down Fla. porch large fenced corner ly 2 bedroom CBS Fla. room, sense to supervise management of apartmentsin

seller pays closing costs.Rent lot. $11,500 total. $350 custom built oak floors, plusa COLLEGE STUDENTSEarn Liberty City area. Experienced in debitsor

one, live in other fantastic down, vets $100. Call me for rear two car garage with a handling tenants would help but not neces-
deal call Aetna Realty (Broker location. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor one bedroom apartment. FHA
Good for the
steady well-paying
) 811 757- Extra MoneyIn sary. job
NW 54th St., Ph. anytime 759-2425. terms. Call me to see inside
5724, open 7 days. A Ben-Kori Realtor anytime Your Spare Time proper person with references.

DUPLEX 759-2425. Call Or
Friday Saturday
2182 NW 85th Terrace Like Drive by 6938 NW 2nd Ave.;2' No Experience

new CBS, bedrooms. huge bedroom down and bedrooms MANOR PARKAREA NecessaryWe Morning

built-in kitchen,. total price up. Could be used as business 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof Will Train You
$14,000 try $800 down $125 also. Room to build more in corner lot.Total$13,600.$450 PL4- 0643

monthly. don't miss this rear. Need 'some cash to buy down, or$100 vets$115 month WAITERS OR
beauty! Aetna Realty (Broker) this. Call me to see. A. Ben- pays all. Call me for location.A. WAITRESSESNeeded
Mr.
811 NW 54th St., Ph.757-5724 Kori, Realtor, anytime 759- Ben-Kori realtor anytime MillerOPPORTUNITY
Open 7 days. 2425. now for counter or
7592425.FOR floor work.Over 21. Full or :: :::::: ::::::::::::::::::: : ::::::::::::::::::::::::: xx.xx .::::::: :: :::::;.-: :::::::::::

2263 NW 86th Terrace Fan LE RENT FREE RENT port time, day or night shift. 1

tastic 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. Beautiful duplex. 1 bedroom Room in lovely home for nice .: .-

room, tile roof, CBS, fenced one bath each side. Fenced clean intelligent lady. Call COMPANY BENEFITSTIPS >og>

large workshop separate from yard protective windows, mornings. 759-6026. WAGES lL I <<
house, total price $15,500, if walk to bus,church.$350 down .y I y3r
you have $1,000 down we can $108 month pays all. Realtor 3048 NW 67th STREET APPLY: .: )

setup E-Z monthly payments. Phil Perry Inc. 642-0461. 1 bedroom unfurnished apartment 911 a.m. 2.5 p.m.At .
Call now Aetna Realty (Broker $21 week. Immediate Following Locations r: /

), 811 NW 54th St., Ph.757- $600 DOWN FHA occupancy. Call Mr. Gross. } Are you looking for a lob that opens the door to some rf

5724, open 7 days. 2 beautiful homes nice lo- 4446126. Evenings 448-2824. LUMSIN ::: thing better than the some old day to day routine that ::: ...

cation. 4 bedrooms carport. MIAMI seems to leadup o blind alley?
9799 NW 26th Ave. 3 bedrooms 3 bedrooms carport. call Room for rent. Man only. 18th 8801 South Dixie Hwy.
ask for Avenue and NW 83rd Street. 8435 S. W. 24th Street r; We offer you a chance to learn the convenient store r:;
624-8921
CBS sprinkler
carport, 981-2355 or
90 S. W. 27th Avenue
r business and be while r
Call 6346602. paid learning. ::
system pool and patio Mrs. Somma. George W. 2900 NW 79th Street

total $15,500EZ down,E-Z Branch Broker. 11045 NW 7th AvenueIN :{::: We hove many openings for people who art earnestly ?::
monthly, see now, make offer FOR RENT MIAMI BEACH ri seeking a better and more secure future. y
Aetna RealtYBroker),811 NW CUSTOM BUILT 1 bedroom CBS apartment$19 1524 North Bay Cswy.. We Offer: ::
54th 757-5724 AND INCOME 2 bedroom CBS Duplex $29 18660 Collins AvenueIN
St., Ph: open HOME 1. Immediate and steady employment :;
2 bedroom CBS Duplex $30
7 days. ONLY $1,800 DOWNIf NORTH MIAMI g 2. Liberal vocations
you want a truly distinctivehome DEPOSIT REQUIRED 550 N. E. 125th StreetIN 3. Croup life Insurance and hospitalization ::3i
location. WEST REALTY i:' 4. Credit union
in prestige
a
144 MIAMI SPRINGS .
NW 45th St. Home and 2020 NW 62nd STREET d 5. Profit sharing planApplications !!
this is the best moneymakingand 4441 NW 36th StreetIN
Income all CBS, rent one,live luxury combination we (Open 9 to 1 p.m.) token daily 9-5 at: ::
In other CORAL GABLES
one, No qualifying
$1,500 down, invest in your know of this HOLLOPETER week. Apartment AND .Room. Quiet surroundings. 440 South Dixie Hwy.IN I 7 ELEVEN STORES J{
in rear.
future. Aetna ) COCONUT GROVE
RealtyBroker Realtors. 844 SE Furnished. Man or woman. 1770E.4thAv.nueHlol.ohCLASSIFIED
INC. 2977 McFarland Road
811 NW 54th ST. Phone 757- POST 6356737. {'X'h'Z'h 'h:::
1st Ave. Phone 373-7376. Call evenings tiP.r'rr'XfX't fm%x f!.x::
5724.
Open 7 days.



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