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Vol. 46, No. 22 MIAMI. FLORIDA FRIAY; JANUARY, 196

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Miami attorney, James- A native of-Monticello, Fla. Of Fame Y4 ? xY +

Wesley Matthews, a formerOpalocks and a graduate of Florida A&M
Municipal Judge, University, Matthews is a Baseball inducted two of its
has been elected the first black partner in the law firm of greatest stars into Its Hall of
.president of the War on Pov-. Matthews, Braynon and Mapp. Fame on Tuesday when Roy
erty Agency. Campanella and Stan Musial

Matthews, alsoa former assistant Outgoing president, H. were accorded the high hon-
U. S. Attorney and the Franklin Williams, a Vice
first Negro ever to hold sucha President at the University of ors.Campanella, whose careeras

position in Florida, was Miami, was elected secretary. a Brooklyn catcher endedon ri .H Y
elected Monday as presidentof Other officers elected were Jan. 28, 1958 when he suf -

The Economic Opportunity David Fleeman,vice president fered paralyzing injuries in an Poor Garbage Collection BugsGhettoSomething's I
Program, Inc. and General E. A. Evans, automobile accident, missedby

treasurer. eight votes of being elect- rotting it's pile 1in Miami Beach and other As one spokesman said, "it
ed last year when Joe Medwickwas high, overflowing, uncollected. similar methods will be undertaken Just isn't sensible to base gar "'
.fi Jr During the first four yearsof named. It looks like garbage, itsmells in order to protectthe bage collection procedures on
operation, the Economic like garbage. Rats, health of ghetto residents.At average neighborhood popula-
Opportunity Program, Inc.has roaches, maggots love it their last meeting the tion density. The ghetto is far
been led by non-black board I people hate it. It is garbage, people of the Neighborhood more densely populated than
presidents. Matthews was ,ae e6 a "buggy" garbage and its bug- Council vehemently demandedan the averave Miami neighbor-
elected unanimously by the *l Y I ging the people. additional day for collec- hood and therefore 'produces

member board. That's why members of the tion, not more cans, as was a greater volume of garbage."

Though board members are I Urban .Renewal n Neighborhood proposed by City Manager It was further explained,the
elected for a one year term, Council took the vote. Melvin Reese. solution is so acute that short-
All attempts of the past weekto A letter to the Committeefrom ,
changes in the makeup of the ly after a garbage truck passes -
board negotiate with the appropriate Manager Reese,answer-
EOPI are expected when through a neighborhood it
Metro assumes control of the individuals and agen- ing a request made onDecember is full and the just emptiedcans
\L cies In seeking relief from the 20th stated that landlordswere
program soon. are overflowing again.
deplorable health hazard of the to order additional gar-
The city of Miami has refused -
uncollected garbage have fail bage cans for the Liberty City,
Mrs. Marie S.Carl will con
to take action in the face
ed to bring results. The com- Coconut ,
tinue as executive director of Grove and central
of validated
reports regard-
mittee discussed the situationand district
ATTY. JAMES MATTHEWS EOPI. areas.
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Ing the unfairness and seri-
then voted to remove the This proposal has been reJected -
ousness of the garbage collection -
Campanella is only the sec- garbage from the ghetto itself by the committee as a

Bevel Claims; Ray Hot ond Negro among the 95 play- Such methods as taking it to most unsatisfactory' solutionto population system concentration in areas of 'high
ers enshrined at Cooperstown. \the Courthouses steps, the the major j health hazard .
1- N. Y. Brooklyn's Jackie Rob- Mayor's chambers, the expressway created by uncollected. gar- That's why the committee
inson was the first and one of "losing" bagson bage in the densely populatedareas. voted. To clean up'the ghetto
Guilty; Of King's DeathOne only four, including Musial,to the bus while riding to work their wayl!

be selected the first time he

of the top men in the action program sent a telegram became eligible.
Southern Christian Leader- Saturday to Ray in Memphis Campy, 47, played 10 years Welfare Mothers Plan PoorPeoples'

ship Conference (SCLC) re- Tenn., which read: for the Dodgers, compiling a

fused Sunday to elaborate on "I would like to Inform you career batting average of.276
evidence claims could free with 242 home runs. His high-
he
that I would be very happy to March/ On Tallahassee
Dr. King's accused assassin. take your case withour fee. I est percentage was .325 ,
"I have evidence that would was present on April 4 at the in 1951. He led catchers in
free him," the Rev. James Lorraine Motel when Dr.King fielding average three times t
Mrs. Homilee Hunter state
Bevel said. "I won't discussthe and putouts six times. ,
died. You have been accused of chairman of the Florida Welfare
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specific evidence now be- him. Of I Although he never led the
murdering course,
Action Committee
cause it wouldn't beneficial know are not guilty." league In hitting,he established Rights ,
you
to James Earl Ray. But, he's league records for catch- and Mrs. Gladys Taylor,
not guilty." Ray is scheduled to go on ers by hitting 41 home runs chairman of the Dade County
The director SCLC's non- trial March 3 in Memphis on and driving in 142 runs in 1953, Welfare Rights Movement,
of murder. his second discuss plans for their Poor WYyzy7 .
violent education and direct a charge year as MVP. b
People's March on Talla- F FF3
hassee. Affiliated groups from

Gainesville, Ft. Myers, Paho-
a { ,f a .kee-Belle Glade, Tallahassee,
f f K'S S rZ s t d + s, ; {'
} Oca la and Tarn pa will con-
verge on the state capitol in
early March at the time the

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.... the manager of the Hampton Legislature is in session. Both quality of and a larger selection -
House Motel and Apartments, women are welfare recipientsand of food food stamps for
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.. ,, .' ',.., '' :I, a.m. Tuesday, sheriffs of- Welfare Rights Organizationwhich supplementary checks for 'I ,
Y fice reported.The co-sponsored the Poor shoes and clothes, at certain .
.14. :.,: manager, Sy Siflinger,. Peoples' March on Washingtonwith intervals in the year.
,
'' I 38, said a man carrying a .38 SCLC. Also a special training pro .,
: caliber revolver confrontedhim (
More than 400, welfare recipients gram that :wouldeventuallylead
in his second-floor of- the way to financial independence -

I Nixon Meets With Black LeadersNEW fice, forced him to open the Perrine, Goulds from,South Homestead Miami,, ; the right to buy <
safe, hit him on the head Liberty City, Brownsville and family medicines at a drug- 4

YORK.-Robert Browna Reynolds, the Elk leader; such meetings develop communications with the revolver, and took Opa-locka held an all day store instead of Just Jackson
recent Nixon appointee,call- Ebony Magazine Editor John between his ad- the money meeting last Saturday at Grace Memorial Hospitaltwo;
ed a meeting at Nixon's head- Johnson and John H. Murphy ministration and black Ameri, Siflinger did not. require Presbyterian Church. checks a month instead of one;
quarters at. the Hotel Pierre .in A FRO president and president ca. hospitalization. He was treat- right to have a telephone as a
here Monday. of the National Newspaper ed by a private! physician The group hopes to organizea necessity and convenienc;
dues paying union to use what rent control for all welfare
Publishers Association. He said he will want advice
Among those present were Robert Brown and Pat Moy- from these leaders as well as methods necessary to solve recipients..
President Nixon, the Revs. nihan, Nixon appointee on Ur- other leaders in specific LOOKINGFOR their problems. Some of their Attorneys John Due and Al-
Ralph Abernathy, Sandy Ray of ban Affairs, assisted the fields, to give him direction, A JOB? problems outlined to the Mfc- fred Feinberg of EOPI Legal
Brooklyn, N. Y. who repre- President-elect. advice and criticism when SEE OURCLASSIFIED ami Times included: Services are helping the group

sented the Rev Jessie Jack- Mr. Nixon indicated that necessary in affairs that affect ADS More money for added expenses get organized.
son; N a t h a n Wright, Hobson tills would be the first of mam black citizens. during holidays; Bet- -Photo by JohnsonP. i




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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Jaiuary24, 1969


Watch Nixon On School Issue, Roy Wilkins Urges NAACPNEW


,YORK.- there is one place where To leave school desegregation we are wise, we will fashiona He paid personnelas tribute to the work others.secretary for training and two
Association for* : Nixon administration to the slow processes of big stick out of our votes, of such
be watched like a hawk," and talk- Clarence Mitchell, directorof
ment of Colored state action would Mr. watching carefully
"it Is on this issue of Wilkins ing softly .- just in case." the Washington Bureau; .
said "be another kind
keep a cl.OSe'. ye' directorof EEDC
Current,
enforcement of the law on Gloster B.
of oven for the minds and
gas
administration's leader's 18- branches and field admin- -
desegregation. Certain bodies of blacks and for the The NAACP
ward school are pressing Mr. spirits of whites" and-a-half page report cover istration; Mrs. Ruby Hurley, FIGHTS
der Title VI to turn his back, to look ed a wide range of the Asso- southeastern regional direc- DISCRIMINATIONIN
other way, to forget Title "In the new administration ciation's activities and pro- tor; William Morris, director JOBS
Rights Act of
to forget guidelines for In'Washington," he said,"our gram last year with special for housing programs;
Director Roy desegregation, to abdi- political acumen will be test- emphasis on activities of the James Brown, acting young EQUAL EMPLOYMENT
ed to the Federal responsibility ed. It Is us and our cause branches In such areas as edu- director; Alex Waites, incharge OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
annual the enforcement of Fed- (which Is also America'scause cation, housing, employment, of the Mississippi 1800 G Street, N.W.
corporate laws and to leave all such ) against powerful forces consumer protection and vot- Emergency Relief Program; Washington, D. C. 20506
Jan 13.0C. to the states." that helped elect Mr. Nixon.If er registration. _____ Miss Althea T. L. Simmons.


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of free books being offered at First Federal's Roosevelt office.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 24, 1969 3I

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his budget message to the crease in the total number of level, at $17 million. Senior
congress, President Lyn- slots active. The increase in Opportunity Services remainat Y
don B. Johnson has recom- NYC is necessitated by less $3.8 million. Local Initiative '
mended a two-yearauthoriza- unspent funds being availableto funds, at $332.1 millionIn
tion for the Of fie e of Eco- the program from prior the 1969 budget, are increased -
nomic Opportunity, and a bud- years. The In-school compo- by $27.8 million to
get of $2.18 billion for FY nent increases from $50.9 $359.9 million. A reduction in
1970. This represents an increase million to $62.5 million, the community action is reflectedIn
of $232 million or 12 out-of-school component from the transfer of Upward
percent over the 1969 appro- $129 to $135 million and the Bound to the Office of Educa-
priation.The summer component from tion. That program operatedon
$2.18 billion represents $121.5 to $125 million. Job a $29.8 million budget in
only slightly more money thanis Corps features increased 1969.In .
required to put on an annual operations in the five new inner other separate programs,
basis the programs now city skill centers. Total $37 million is proposed for .
operating under the agency. It funding has been held even bya VISTA, an increase of $5 mil
would require an estimated phase down In operations in lion. Rural loans will double,
$2.095 billion to annualize the centers, spread out over from $6to$12 million.The additional -
current OEO programs. The both FY 1969 and FY 1970 so funds requested for 'I
budget proposed by the Presi- that no centers will have Lobe 1970 together with collectionson Morehouse Glee Club In Concert Here
dent compares with a FY 1969 closed. Job Corps will,there- outstanding loans,will per-
operating budget of $1.948.In fore, operate in 1969 with mit an increase of 1,000 new The Morehouse College lanta, Georgia, is a men's col- Store, 4634 NW27thAvenue;
his message, the Presi- $280.5 million which is the individual loans and 100added Glee Club will perform a me- lege entering its second cen- Economy Drug Store#1,11101
dent noted that "22 million projected level of support for loans to cooperatives. One morial concert in honor of the tury having been founded in NW 3rd Ave.; Economy Drug
Americans still living under FY 1970. purpose of rural loans is to establish late Dr. Martin Luther King, 1867. Store #2, 5720 NW 17th Ave.;
conditions of poverty do not The largest increase in and assist new and existing Jr.,at Miami Northwestern Tickets for the concert may Community Drug Store, 6750 ,
enjoy the comforts and abun- community action (from cooperatives whose High School, Sunday,Feb.2,at be purchased at the following NW 15th Ave.; and Range Fun-
dance most of us take for $942.2 to $1,058.7 million) members are low-income 4 p.m. The concert will Include locations; Brownsville Drug: eral Home, 5727 NW 17th Ave.
granted." He also said; "The falls under Head Start and families. Approximately a full chorus of men's voices;
Economic Opportunity Act has Head Start follow through.The 12,000 families will benefit soloists, instrumental, and
been successfully administered Head Start program will rise through membership in over vocal and the Morehouse
by the Office of Economic to $338 million from$318 mil- 500 cooperatives receivingloan College Quartet. The concert Eleven major
Opportunity, and should be extended lion, while Head Start follow assistance in 1970. Mi- music will range from the
for two more years." through will double, from $30to grant programs will operate classics to Negro spiritualsand
Work and training pro- $60 million.Comprehensive on $34 million under the new calypso songs. rate reductions
grams, at'925.5 million in the Neighborhood Health Servicesare budget, an increase of $6.7 This group may best be remembered -
1969 budget, are proposed at scheduled for a 50 per- million. With these funds, an from their choral since 1957 !
increase of cent increase additional renditions at the funeral ser-
$1,022.3, an $96.8 from $60 1,200 migrant's
million. Community action Is million in 1969 to $90 millionIn families in 1970 will start vices for the late Dr. King,an
set at $l,058.7111the 1970budget the 1970 budget. Legal ser work on self-help housing alumnus of the college. They Today, the average price paid per
up $116.5 million. vices, with a $42 million bud- units. Job-oriented educationwill were seen internationally via kilowatt hour by FPL-served families is
The Neighborhood Youth get for FY 1968, is pegged at benefit 28,000 adults and telstar at that time and have one-third less than it was in 1957. I
several
Corps will Increase in funding $50 million in the new budget. re employment adjustment recorded albums.
from $301.4 to $321.5 million Emergency food and medical assistance will be provided to Morehouse CollegeAt-
although there will be no in- funds remain essentially 3,500 heads of families.

TAKE YOUR

I 5 BJoe/f-Or/enfed/ / Courses AddedAt FAMILY SUNDAY TO CHURCH r t r r )


University. of MiamiFive

new b 1 a c oriented involvement in such areas as fering three credits, the
courses in economics,geography constitutional development, course will deal with black institutions FOR THE FINEST: HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT

government, soci- political parties and protest In American MODERATE RATES-CALL
ology and history have been movements. Permission of the ciety, black contacts with S
added to the University of Mi- department chairman or Gov- whites from a black perspec- I
ami curricula for the spring ernment 211 (Introduction to tive, research in sociology and BONDED
semester beginning Thursday, Politics) is a prerequisite. social psychology involv-
Jan. 30, according to Dr. Ar- History 334 -- The Historyof ing the black man, and black
min H. Gropp, vice presidentfor the Blacks in the United power. Permission of the instructor RENTAL =
academic affairs and deanof States, coordinated by Dr. is required.The J
the faculties. Charlton W. Tebeau, professor addition of black- -k
Also, the material coveredIn an chairman of the his- oriented courses to the UM
tory department with the curricula recommendedbyapanelofthreedist1nguish S '.. ::.%: .,
an existing sociology course assistance was AGENCY .. ; :.--,_-. '
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has been changed to includean of five visiting black '" '
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emphasis on selected social historians. A threecreditcourse ed Negro sociologists who .
problems in the United States it will emphasize the were invited to the campus last ..
and their relationship to cur- role) of the blacks in U.S.his- July by UM President Henry E1 INC1 -Wt... -
rent racial problems.The tory from an e c o n o m i c,cul- King Stanford to discuss with
new courses are as fol- tural, political and social faculty, administration and
lows; standpoint. students various ways that ; ,. THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND
Economics 499 African 501 The Black MANAGEMENT AGENCYIN
-- Sociology -- more Afro-American culture THESOUTH.OPERATING SIN
Economic Development, Man in American Society, and history could be woven into DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
taught by Dr.Lawrence Mans- taught by Mr.Murray Binder- the courses offeredby the Uni-
field, professor of economics.The man, sociology instructor.Of- versity of Miami. A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for :
three-credit course will tenants convenienceA
include a survey of the prob-
lems of emerging African societies OPENING 30th community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
wth emphasis on recent ,. ,. January free," furnished and air c ditloned foryour comfort and enjoyment.A .

haran developments black Africa.Georgraphy .in sub-Sa- "'. ;:' 'f'r., j "1 Ruth Foreman presents public relations deportment to assist you with your problems.,

525-Problems ? '.. Herb Gardner's uprooiious Tenants concern will stopvandalismandrtduc.t ecostof ousfng.
hit with a superb oil
in sub-Saharan Africa, taughtby \1t r'j 1iHOUSIIIJDCO".dY !
Dr. Harm de BliJ, professor MAIN OFFICE
and chairman of the geo- ClPHSS"jgmi 89M832
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The
graphy department. 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-873
course, offering from one to
six credits depending on the NORTH MIAMI PLAYHOUSE
14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617 ,
amount of student involvementand 1603 N,E. 123rd St. (off Biscayne)
effort, will provide a regional 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553

analysis of the physical 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

and cultural geography of 3801 Grand Avenue Grove -, HI 5-1381
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1, Desert. Graduate status or Sewing 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale 'WA 7.2434

permission of the instructor 339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
is necessary. of. SPECIAL"
Government 499 -- the
Blacks in American Politics, Clean & Oil 50 HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
1 Adjust Tensions
taught by Ur. Thomas J.,Wood, *Check .11 $2 GEORGE HARTH, General Manager .
professor and chairman of the Belt
Adjust Tensions Cost
CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
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government department, with Thread Mechanism in Your
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the assistance nf Dr. GustaveR. Inspect & Lubricate Motor Horn

S e r In 0 and Dr. Robert Call 625-1261 Or 625-0724 . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. B'rooksF
Zuckerman. The threecreditcourse
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 24, 1969 L



rtr3jflJWJ j To Be Equalby

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Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, F k. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Whitney M. Young Jr.
By Booker T. Hayes lV ';l
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher l Executive Director National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor

STANLEY WEETING, Theatrical Editor No Spectators On The DecentralizationThe

Notional Advertising Representative

Amalgamated Publisher, 1 Inc.. Golf Course?
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017 Big IssueThe
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association

2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 .. The golfers of the Miami area are in an uproar as a resultof fight to decentralize New York's mammoth school system -
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES the new policy now in effect at our muncipal golf courses. has now entered a new phase.

ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 -.FOREIGN 1 $6.00 The policy I speak of states that all persons whether playingor The first phase was a stormy one -- the establishment of
spectating must have a valid green fee receipt when encountered locally-controlled school systems
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos of three experimental and the
Office on the course. I have been approached by many of the teacher's union and school administrators
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 joining together
my golfing buddies who feel this is not only a deterrent In to try to kill meaningful decentralization.The .

The NEGRO"CREDO PRESS OF believes THE NEGRO that America PRESS"J Can test lead creating greater interest in golf, but also feel it hampers efforts next phase promises to be just as stormy. The Board of

the world from racial and national l antagonism when it accordsto to make golf a family sport. The general consensus of Education released Its plan to decentralize the schools, and
every man regardless of his racel creed or color his" human opinion is that many people never before exposed to the gameof after public hearings the plan will go to the state legislaturefor
and legal rl'ghts. Hating no no man., the Negro golf have become avid fans and players as a result of view The teachers who mounted a massive
approval. lobbying
Press strive to help man in the firm belief that all
every men
ing the as a spectator. Since most of the friends I speak
are hurt as long as anyone is held back.ie game campaign to kill previous decentralization plans, Including
_of are black, they are concerned for the black youths who are threats to defeat legislators who vote for decentralization,
not able to be motivated the various clubs
on private country will probably be on the attack once more.
ditor's otebook and golf associations. They realize the only avenue for black The whole country Is watching what happens In New York

youths into the sport, capable of making any young man or since decentralization of the schools and prehaps other city

woman rich, is through the public courses operated by tax- services will be a major issue in every large city. It would be

Nixon Sounds SincereThere payers funds. tragic if people assume from New York's experience that decentralization -

can only come about through turmoil andbitter
was a ring of sincerity that gave us a feeling of prom- Many of the young men were perturbed because they were struggle.

ise as we listened to Richard Nixon give his inaugural address being denied female companionship on their rounds. Many of Some experiments in community control of the schools have

Monday The 37th President made a good speech. He didn't them feel this companionship eliminates some of the anxiety been achieved without such upheavals Washington, D. C., for

promise to solve all the Ills of this country tomorrow, but he while waiting between shots, and offers the golfer a welcome example, has one such successful experiment in its Morgan
sounded like he was ready to meet the challenge headon and past time while spending the 4 1/2 to 5 hours required to Community School. While there was some opposition In the

give it his best. play a complete round on our busy municipal courses. They early days of the experiment, It has proved Itself by getting

The President talked .about things we haven't heard I feel the purchase of a golf cart eliminates the danger element full community support and by Improving the education of the

about' lately- love, decency, goodness, kindness. He promised to the spectator because they are usually in the same generalarea youngsters attending the school. It now looks like the experi-

to fight for equal opportunity for all Americans just as as the golfer.In ment will be expanded to the other schools in the Washington
hard as he will fight for peace in the world. Instead of sound- system.It .
Ing like he would scrap the LBJ Great Society he an effort to find out the reason behind the installation of
program, is interesting too, that Washington teachers support decentralization -
indication that he would to this new policy, I contacted the manager of the Miami Springs
gave try Improve on it. They endorsed it by a vote of more than two to
This section of the President's speech we liked best Golf Course, Norman Durbin. In response to my questions,
: one at the same time that New York's teachers, who belong to
"Until he has been part of a cause larger than himself, no he gave the following reasons for the new ruling. Too many the same national union, were striking against decentralization -
man is truly whole. so-called spectators were actually becoming players after last fall.

The way to fulfillment is In the use of our talents; we achieve leaving the first tee. Too many players take along their children Its too bad that the whole concept decentralization In New
and allow them to unheeded all over the golf course
nobility in the spirit that inspires that romp
use. York has become bogged down In vested interests and
bureau-
which is and he mentioned the fact that this is the
As we measure what can be done, we shall promise only dangerous, cratic sabotage. The focus really should be
the
on kids the
what we know we can produce, but as we chart our goals we policy on most golf courses. I also made an effort to contact present system 1 has failed them and the schools have to;be
shall be lifted by our dreams.No Paul Turcotte, manager of LeJeune Golf Course, but was unable made accountable to their parents

man can be fully free while his neighbor is not. To go to reach him. I did, however, speak with Howard Mc- The Morgan Community School gives evidence that when
who thesamereasonsasNormanDurbln with one par-
forward at all is to forward Keague gave
together.
go ents have a voice in running the schools children achieve
addition. He said this has been one of the busiest seasons ever ,
This ,
means black and white together,as one nation, not two. more. It was one of the few schools in
Washington where
The laws have caught up with our conscience.What remains is and that It was quite necessary to mix players to better utilize pil's scores on standardized tests pu-

to give life to what Is in the law: to ensure at last that as all the facility and that many of these people resented having spec- Habitual truants are back at their desks rose markedly last year.
and vandalism is at
are born equal In before tators or children accompany them on their rounds
all
dignity God are born equal in dig-
,
a new low. It is now a part of the community, not just lnit.
nity before
Let's not man. I have expressed the views of my friends as to why they op- Last year the U. S, Office of Education released a report
this fellow
give up on until he's had a chance to that
pose the new policy. I have stated the reasons behind such a was the most exhaustive study of public schools ever
himself.
Who knows
prove ? He might come up with the right
answers.MiamiDade. policy as stated by representatives of our two most widely made. It concluded that the biggest factor in determining achild's

used municipal courses. Now, I will offer my opinion as to success In school was his sense of control over his

why I feel the policy is unjust. The golf course is a recrea- environment.
Gets InvolvedAt tional facility operated by the municipality for the recreationof When a child sees that his school respects his parents and

all its citizens. To deny a citizen the use of this facility because allows them to make their voice heard; when he sees that his

a recent meeting of community and Miami-Dade Junior he prefers to see the game played rather than be a par- school's teachers and administrator s believe In his potentialand

College North Campus leaders, there occurred considerable ticipant, is to discriminate against him.He is being denied his seek to develop his skills; when he sees his school as a

discussion of the role of Miami-Dade In serving the black rights as a resident of this municipality.He is being denied the living, vital, full-time part of his neighborhood, he will feel a

community. Some community leaders expressed the opinion use of a facility supported by his tax dollars, and most impor- greater sense of his own importance and will achieve better

that they knew little about what Miami-Dade Junior Collegewas tant of all, he is being denied the privilege of arousing the interest in his studies.
presently doing or had planned for the future,and further that will As the well known
make this facility even more useful to the community Bundy Report which first suggested a decentralization -
believed that the counselors working directly with the black I don't,feel the masses should be Inconvenienced because plan for New York put it: "There is an intimate

community also were unfamiliar with the programs.In of the actions of a few. There are laws governing the relation between the community and the ability of public edu-

order for Miami-Dade Junior College provide such information behavior of those people using a public facility. Those people cation to function effectively. . (if) the community regardsthe

to the community and, In turn, for Miami-Dade to unable to abide by the rules are the ones to be punished. When school as an agency In which they have an investment,

learn more about what specific needs in the community are, they fail to comply to the rules, they forfeit their right to use which acknowledges a responsibility for pupil achievement

a planning meeting for January 24, Involving EOPI Counse- these facilities and should be ejected. I feel it is the duty of -- in short, as their own-- children will enter the school with

lors, high school guidance counselors and other Interested the staff to force compliance, if necessary, of the rules positive expectations"
citizens. governing play and behavior. Only when it is known that the That's what decentralization is all about -- making

At this time a slide-tape on programs at Miami-Dade will rules must be strictly adhered to do they begin to have any the schools work better for our children.

be shown and a tour of college facilities and group discussionwill meaning. I feel if this is done, there will be no need to make
be held. the masses suffer.

Miami-Dade Is to be commended for Its sincere meaningfuleffort '.'-'" -..-.... '-, PHIL OSSOFERALL
in Involving itself In the problems of the black com

munity. Pen Pal Wanted ABOUT RIDERS MORE ABOUT RIDERSI
Some years ago my employers -

Dear Editor got quite a"boof'out of the built house fora Mr Rider -
:
to-do about the At that time there was a
lady who .
young
I am a Japanese girl. I am 19 years old. I would like
Black Man Knows very
BestThe wants to become officer
Poverty the first female dumping ground near our -
much to have a friend of 18- 20 years of age in your country.
jockey. It looks as If she and completion
Miami Times has believed that the of I am writing to you In the hope that you may be able to help me will upon
always president have to
get in touch with go to court If she the job, Mr. Rider rented a
a
Dade County's war on poverty should be a black man. Simply friend here. young person who may wish to have a pen wants to settle In the saddle. truck, cleaned up the debris

because the black man understands poverty far better than any What I would like to do is to In order to let the bars on girl around his house, and hauledIt
other. He has lived it and is in the midst of it every day. His about school life and life exchange information and views jockeys down, this bartender's over to our dump. As he
daily and to
knowledge Is first hand and he has the empathy that few other postcards or even things made at swap stamps, picture daughter may have to go before stepped out of the truck, I
than black people can feel for the frustrated poor among us. school. Writing and reading the bar.
In English will be very helpful to me in studying the English Why? It seems that the laughed, and he asked,

For this reason we are happy to see Attorney James W. language. So I will try hard to be of use to my friend In male j jockeys threatened to "What's funny?" I said "I

Matthews elected president of the Economic Opportunity Pro- way that I can to make up for this extra benefit to me.any boycott (or Is it girlcott?) this think it's funny when Mr.Rid-

{ gram Inc. Matthews is well liked and highly respected on both I got the idea of writing to a newspaper editor from the a-track-tive gal who wants to er shows up In a Ryder truck

sides of the tracks. Youth Council for International Contact at 20, I-Chome, Jimbo race on the race track. with a windshield sticker that

The 36-year-old native of Monticello rates among the top Cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan. This organization, of which reads 'No Riders."
Her
entry as a rider at *******
I
am a member has thousands
graduates of Florida A&M Law School. He is a former Opa- of student members all over Tropical Park
recently almost A FAMILIAR RING
Japan and tries to
promote international
locka municipal judge and was the first black man ever namedan friendship and un- caused a riot. Bel TelNews"
derstanding . a race riot, Did you read "The
assistant U, S. attorney in Florida.
I am very much in favor of this and I think I can help to that Is. It seems strange to me that comes with your
that, at the Intrusion of a bill? If not look on
make this a peaceful and friendly world by being a good friend girl telephone ,
A Good President RetiresPresident to someone In another country.I will be very grateful to you If j jockey, the male jockeys page two where you will note
you can help to put me in touch with someone who wants to do should get puffed up and takea that one of the two new mem-
the same. powder. Perhaps they'reafraid bers of the board of directorsof
Johnson has much
Lyndon accomplished duringhis
the gals will Dial.
Southern Bell is Mr.
administration. There is the Civil Rights Acts of 1964, take eventually ...
Sincerely, over, making them sked- . ...
1965, and 196$ Medicare, War on Poverty, aid to Education. Natsumi addle from the
YamashitaP. saddle.Oh, BLACK IS COLORFUL

1 It is regrettable that the Vietnam war did not come to an end S. I want to introduce myself: My name is Natsumi Ya- well, If they keep grumbling Passing the Sunset Theatreon

during his administration. Nevertheless in our opinion he mashita. My address is 2-223 Mitsubishi Shoji Kosugi- about it, they can get Jobs at South Dixie Highway recently -

should be considered one of the great presidents of the United Shataku, 203 ImaiNlshlmachi, Kawasaki-,Kanaguawa-ken the the harness tracks, where all I read this on its mar-
States. Japan. "jockeys" are sulkydriv- que: "The Bride Wore Black"In
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I 1 Political Labels & Fables I I NOT THE CAUSE OF INCREASE IN CRIME IN BLACK COMMUNITIES! I "R I


By LEON J. ELL ';.1''

Political Labels can be compared to silk and lace that often 'k iiik
...
cover a multitude of sins. 'S. .

We hear so often the terms liberal, conservative, radical, *#

communist, and fascist used indiscriminately and incorrectly.In .
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many instances it is used to confuse and befuddle the mindsof \

the people for Instance, when a radical disagrees with 1 s yt .I \

you, he has no compunction to term anyone a fascist. On the

other hand, when a reactionary disagrees with a liberal he

may, without compunction, call him a communist. In either

case a great injustice is being perpetrated on the respective

parties. It is therefore my intention as a fellow Republicanto

clarify and define the current political labels used and mis-

used. I have every reason to believe that most of my fellow

Republicans are knowledgeable and understand the various

political beliefs. However, lest there be some who do not, I
will attempt to draw a line of distinction between the labels.

The great and learned Supreme Court Justice Brandels sub- .' ,
stance defined the above labels as follows and his definitionsare '"\ I .((1'

supported by Webster's Dictionary. ... ; 1 r.,(o , ."..
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(A) A Liberal is one who dreams of and works for a better $ SHIELD' OF '\; ,.
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and more just society and is haste to attain it through legal \,\ <
and moral k
means. 10
(B) A Conservative may, no less,dream and work for a bet- \ POLICEBRUTALIT r." '
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ter and more just society,but he is cautious in pursuit thereof, "' .

careful not to lose the good attained while in pursuit of change.He .. ( f 'I'I .,,

works for progress but lays stress on being certain of attaining -.-.... ', .'t .
it without destroying the good already attained. ,.v L ,
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(C) A Reactionary is one who has a nostalgic desire to go \ / 'r. ,,

back to yesteryear, refusing to recognize the changes in our l
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social, economic and polical realities. ...-. .."" ". \ ;1)

(D) A Radical; likewise, may dream and work for a better ".. ...I.," . .. (\.: If
and but he is indifferent to the \ i .. .
more just society, means em-
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ployed in attaining it. The Radical believes that the end justi- \' . 117 ,! I I

fies any means; bloodshed; subversion destruction; lies,when COMMUNtTIES.CRIME "

necessary and revolution. < '. I .,.. ,
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(E) A Socialist is one whose aim is the same as a Commu- y \ IS BECOMING AWAY / ...."f't, "\1"" 4\{ I. ;' ., ,

nist, except that he wants to attainCommunismthrough legal, il \ OP LIFE. .; : : f, 0 ......

moral and democratic means, through evolution Instead of revolution ... )' \ .,.,: .1. 'Ilrt1. ;
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(F) A Communist, according to Karl Marx's "Das Capital' I't\\ \ I .,.

believes that "the individual give the state allhe can produceand

the state to the individual in accordance with his needs," .

submerging the Individual to the state, and thus, destroying OF ECONOMIC

individual liberties, resulting in a dictatorship. Russia, according J.1
to Karl Marx's definition is not a communist state. () () TtJNl V LegalServices + 'Ar ,'.t,

It is more accurately "State Capitolism" and follows the = mneMon S t\

principle of "To the individual in accordance with his produc- fjOFFICE

tion and not his needs" removing private profit, and govern- I Speaks'A

ing by class dictatorship. BY: Leo Adderly, ''I

(G) Fascism is political philosophy, believing in a highly Center Attorney

concentrated form of government, controlling all corporate _u_ .

entities; but not doing away with private profit and, since it LEGAL SERVICES PROGRAMThe

requires control of all productive means the concentration of
,
beginning of the year is usually a time set aside for reviewing -
results In a dictatorship and the abrogation of freedomof
power
that have in the Therefore in this
things gone on past. ,
the Individual. article I will depart from the usual area of discussion, reviewthe The Nixon ProblemA
Very often the words fascists and reactionary are used in
past, and talk about accomplishments of the Legal Ser-
the same breath as if they were synonymous.That is further-
vices Program in Dade County since its introduction to the great number of people have been debating what directionthe
est from the truth. The Reactionary in the United States wantsto
community two and a half Administration is to take
years ago. Nixon going on the crucial Issues
go back to a government that governs least and to a state of
The first neighborhood law offices were opened by the Eco- affecting black Americans It is impossible at this time to know
the greatest individual freedom -- such as a free labor mar-
ket and doing away with the graduating Income tax law. nomic Opportunity Legal Services Program In July, 1966, to precisely what he will do, but if one were to judge by his past
provide legal services and legal representation to people who record and his statements during the campaign, one could
The communist as well as the fascist are radicals. Their
could not afford to hire a private attorney. While the general only come to a dismal conclusion.,
distinction is only that one is a radical of the left and the otherof
problem areas were known to the lawyers, the specific legal
the Both have less in the
right. more or common philosophyof
governing by dictatorship and the elimination of individual needs of the people were not. As result, each case was handled However, this is by no means a sure-fire way to make judgments -
freedom. on an individual basis, much the same way as a privatelaw Harry Truman's record 'on.iv11 rights in the Senatewas

The Republican Party contends that the best government is office. This was good. However, because of the particular abysmal, yet he developed as President and with the urg-

a government that governs least that a government of a free nature of poor people's problems the emphasis shifted from ing of A. Philip Randolph, he became the first President to

people must act as an impartial umpire between the conflicting treating cases on an individual basis to group representationand outlawdiscrimination in the armed forces.LBJ also had a poor
bringing legal actions which affected the poor as a class. Senate record yet as President he pressed for
interests and classes of our nation, making it possible for all many
Americans to work in freedom and for the greater good of the This was necessary because poor people rarely have one legal measures, such as Medicare and the War on Poverty, which
problem at a time but have several which need to be resolved
country, limited In their special Interests by a considerationof had a very real effect on bringing greater democracy and
the legal outcome of which not only affects them personally,
equality to black people.
what is good for the whole country, yet realizing that our
but all other poor people as well.
economic Industrial and political conditions have
changed Many firsts have been scored for the poor by this organization. -
from yesteryear and must work for progress in a realistic What we must now watch most closely are the revisions that
Some of the accomplishments are known to the commun-
society. President Nixon will make in the budget which LBJ will have
ity; but many more are not. For instance, it was successfulin
Note The next article will endeavor to sketch briefly the laid before Congress. These revisions will l reveal his priori-
closing the doors of a commercial school which allegedly
historic beliefs of both the Republican and Democratic Parties ties, and will, in fact, determine the direction he intends to
trained and obtained employment for low income people,for a
and how they have changed their platforms during the take. U for he cuts the
past example, war on poverty or goes
large fee; but In fact, the school didnot live up to the expectation -
half century. with his pledge to increase unemploymentas
through campaign
promised its students An intensive investigation revealed -
PRIEST CLAIMS AFRICAN ORTHODOX, CHURCH a pattern of Improper business and financing practices. And a means of reducing inflation, then we should be pessimistic -
about his intentions and future actions. If, on the other hand,
as a result of the information gathered by this agency, the
NOT OUTGROWTH OF ST. AGNES he increases funds for the War on Poverty and presses for
State Attorney's Office brought legal action to close the school
Dear Mr. Reeves, and at the same time the State Attorney in Tampa filed grand public works programs that will reduce unemployment) then
In reading Stanley Sweetings, column, "Miami But its My larceny charges against the school's promoters.This one case we shall know that it is .his Intention to move in a creative di-

Town--"January 17, 1969, Salt Water Taffy section, there Is saved the poor community of Dade County an estimate One rection.

a misrepresentation of facts concerning The African Orthodox Half Million Dollars. Legal Services attorneys, also, fought
If one takes as a barometer his current appointments, thereis
Church. successfully, all the way up to the Federal Courts, to have
Being an Integral part of the African Orthodox Church, I the right to state appointed counsel extended to the poor in much reason to be disheartened about what the future holdsin

feel it necessary to clear the air of such erroneous statements, state courts in misdameanor cases. As a result most Dade store for black people. He put no Negroes in his Cabinet,

namely: County municipal courts have now appointed public defendersto and those Cabinet members he did appoint are,to say the least,

((1)). The name of the religious body Is the African Orthodox represent the poor. Tenants have won new rights against undistinguished. This is equally true of some of the assis-
Church. tants and Under Secretaries he has appointed.
landlords; and welfare recipients now have rights also, as a
(2)). "As being separated from St.Agnes'family many moons result of administrative and court fights by these attorneys. ,

ago"--This is a ridiculous miscarrage of historical datum. Further, bus service was extended to the residents of South One example is J. Phil Campbell Jr.,the year-old Geor-

However, I may point out to you, in 1925, after the situa- Dade, mainly through the efforts of a legal services attorneyin gia Commissioner of Agriculture whom Mr. Nixon has chosen

tion of Fathers Blackett and Irvin (of St. Agnes Protestant that area. This single act made transportation more acces- to be Under Secretary of Agriculture. Mr.,Campbell Is'not

Episcopal Church), and you may recall, many communicants sable and convenient to thousands of poor people in the area., only a colorless, but a very dangerous, choice. lIe will be In I I' j

voluntarily left St. Agnes Parish to become members of St. Moreover the has also carried the charge of the food stamp program, home loans, loans to far-
program
Peter's African Orthodox Cathedral. Allow me to point out, message in' to aid the y
mers, and particular, programs hungry. These.
through preventive law programs, which seek to advise the
also, that on Sunday, March 28, 1926, the cornerstone of St. community of their are measures of tremendous importance to Negroes for whom J '
legal rights an responsibilities through
Peter's A.O. Cathedral, Miami, Florida was laid. Informal discussions Mr. Campbell has shown little concern In the past. He is a I
with private attorneys and residents of
As we cast a rectrospective glance, it appears as though it the and Maddox man who walked out of the Democratic National Con-
community; by setting up regular radio talk programs.
were only a few years ago that the great event of the full establishment -
This week neighborhood legal services offices enter a new vention when it was decided that the delegation led by Julian
of The African Orthodox Church took place on phase of providing legal service to the poor. The first com- Bond would have half of the Georgia votes. On September 18,
September 28,1921, at Chicago, Illinois, in the Church of Our
1968 he from the Democratic which had becometoo
pr e hen s Iv e, multi-purpose, legal services office has been resigned Party
Lady of Good Death, when our beloved leader, the Reverend liberal and to suit his tastes. And his appoint-
opened at 2644 NW 62nd St., for the convenience of the resi- pro-Negro
George Alexander McGuire, M.d., D.D., was consecrated our ment Nixon Senator Strom Thur-
dents of the Brownsville-Liberty City area.Other such offices was urged on by Republican
First Bishop by Archbishop Joseph Rene Vilatte assisted by will follow shortly. mond of South Carolina who resigned from) the Democratic

Bishop Nybaldth.The Listen to Legal Services Presents on'the Tom WashingtonShow Party for similar reasons. To put a manlike Campbell in
Rev. Fr. Stafford J. Sweeting, Priest charge of which so grievously affect black Ameri-
WMBM, 1490, 7 p.m. and WKAT, 1360 at 11:30 p.m. programs
CHRIST THE KING AFRICAN ORTHODOX CHURCH: every Sunday on your radio dial. cans is a very bad sign which bodes ill for the future.
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.BY CLARICE ITTLE'-:7 .
Miami Times Society Editor 11
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James Forcblon Is the new director of Youth Industries. He ',tt J. .x: iiT'.1. I S .......:;.
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lives with his wife, Denise and four children,Vashtye, Marti, : "r r ....... '.
James and Guy at 20602 NW 33rd Court. ; ,\,r ""J ...

The Miami Branch of the American Association of Univer- "/. \
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sity Womenan Interracial group, has turned Its attention to ( h. / !! I

promoting racial and cultural understanding.As one of its pro- __ 'j' I ......- .. 1
jects, the group plans to make Florida MemorialCollege "an JOSEPHINE LUNDY DOROTHY MOSS
outstanding depository for. Negro history and culture." JACQUELYN GRAHAM MARIAN CAMMON

Doctors Wilbert Dawkins, Jacksonville and EmilySlmpson,
Brooklyn were among those attending a conference on "Bed- They Study At Charron Williams College

side Interpretation of Medicine" that met at the Americana

Hotel, Jan. 1519. January enrollments at a Nancy Taylor Secretarial ber of the Speakers Council of mon of 23 NW 73rd Ter., Mi-
Sylvia Marie Robinson and Mr.Robert will be mar- ami. Miss Cammon Is
Herring
Charron-Williams College, 2 student. Miss Graham has received North Dade Sr. High. Jacque- a grad-
ried on February 15, at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. The NW 2nd St., Include an award an "Outstanding stu- lyn made her debut with the uate of Northwestern Senior
bride-to-be Is the daughter of Mrs. Vannie B. Robinson. The, Miami.A High School.
winning graduate of Carol City dent in Florida Schools" Delta Sigma Theta of .
groom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Griffin
High School. Miss Jacquelyn award as well as the Red Cross
Here from Philadelphia are retired professor, Charles of Airline Secre- Taking courses in typing anc
to
Antoria Graham, daughter of Stripe Pin for her service student
Stout, Maryland State College and his wife. Judge Juanita office reception Is Miss Dorothy .
vice is Miss Marion
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel E. that organization.She was tarial courses
Stout who are vacationing with the Oscar J. Edwards of Moss of 1083 NW 76th St
Graham of 2270 NW 162nd St. president of the Y-Teens of Elizabeth Cammon, daughterof
Brownsville. She is a graduate of Easter
Rd. locka isenrolledasWASHINGTONThe Miami-Carol City and a mem- Mr. and M.-s.Douglas Cam-
STATISTICS ABOUT HONG KONG FLU-One American in High School, Nassau, Baha .
every four has been hit by the Hong Kong flu or some other mas.

variety of flu so far this winter. A special "flu census" Just Cities Cannot Repel

completed by the Gallup poll shows that 24 per cent of the Miss Josephine L. Lundy,,
U. S. civilian population has been afflicted, or a projected 48 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin

million persons of all ages out of a civilian population of near- Open Housing Laws Lloyd of 827 NW 73rd St.,,
ly 200 million. Miami is studying careeibookkeepning.
In term's of households, the survey shows 40 per cent reporting Miss
ordi- Lundy Is j
of the voters in the city. ply on a n open housing
at least one flu case, projected 24 million house-, graduate of Dorsey High where
(Supreme Court limited Monday Justice Hugo L. Black, the ance adopted by the city :
holds out of a total! million.The disease has made Its great-' she
was serving as a major.
assured
council that
dissenter protested "equalopportunity'
the of cities to repeal only ,
est inroads In the largest cities of the nation (one million anc1' power ette.
laws.In strenuously that there was no to decent housing
over), where 51 per cent of households report a member has:' open-housing
foundation in the Constitutionfor facilities.
8-1 decision the court
been afflicted. Least hard hit have been cities and communities an Founded in 1940, Charron-
under In :j found Akron, Ohio, had put an this latest pronouncementon She was unsuccessful because -
50,000 population. Williams is
College the oldest
constitutional''special civil rights. the city charter had been
The epidemic has caused Industrial and school absenteeism an
heavy -; and largest business college
'burden" on its Negro resi- The test case was broughtby amended to nullify the ordi-
a slump In shopping and has added to the overcrowdIng -
In South Florida. It offers a
Nellie Hunter ance and to require that
a
Negro
of hospitals. ''dents by requiring bans on any
1 housing discrimination to have Housewife, who had difficulty future Ones must be approvedby diversified business curriculum
Conchita Evans Bennett, daughter of Eric and Alberta .
the approval of the majority buying a house.She tried to re- the city electorate.
Evans who forsook Miami for Brooklyn Is vacationing In Mi

ami. The A. K. McDonalds gave a breakfast in her honor on

Wednesday. Guests were Charles and Madelean Bethel,Gwen- Community Leaders Booked For Lecture SeriesPublic
dolyn Davies, Arnold Newbold and Iva Foster.
Under the Senior Aides program of the National Senior Citi-
zens Council, 40 senior citizens of Dade County are hired to Safety Director E. In addition to Safety Direc- State Hospital; U. S. Attorney ney General's Office; Stati
work in Senior Centers Inc., as clerical workers,instructorsand Wilson Purdy, Elizabeth Vir- tor Purdy and Sen. Cain, cur- William Meadows; State Rep. Sen. Robert Shevin; Jack V,
community visitation programs-among other things. rick, Metro Mayor ChuckHalland rent chairman ofDade's Com Murray Dubbin; Father Fred Blanton, Florida Division o:
Sen. Harry P. Cain are Relations Board Harrison of the Christian
munity Youth Services; Rabbi Herbert
Honoring Mrs. Eva Davis (former Miamian) of Manhattanwith
a dinner party on Tuesday was Gwendolyn Davis. Mrs. among community leaders speakers include Dr. Arthur Community Service Agency; Baumgard; UM Professor J,
Davis was in the city to attend the funeral of her brotherinlaw booked for three new Com- Stillman of the South Florida Jesse J. McCrary of the Attor- Calvin Leonard.flThft1I1iTh.
Involvement Lecture
munity
David Travers.
Series beginning this monthat
"The Negro blind person lives In a world all his own," says
Miami-Dade Junior College
Mrs. E. R. Merrick, 72, editor, publisher and columnist of South.
what 4s believed to be the nation's only Braille magazine for

blind Negroes. Subjects for the three, all 1161:

Mrs. Charity Jenkins is enjoying an extended vacation In offered as noncredit courses,
Troy, N. Y. with her son and daughter-in-law Noble Jr. and are "Studies In Local Govern

Gertrude Jenkins. ment: The Meaning of Citizen
Catherine Mapp was hostess to the Jack and Jill Mothers at Power;" Corporate Manage- IIE MEIIG

her Opa-locka home. Marie Brown's home was the meeting ment Speaks to the Communityand

place for Twlx-Teens as son, Larry was host. "inside the Law and Or-

Benny Thomas of Charles, S. C. was a recent visitor in our der." / / / / 1 1' / 111'llIN1dt
city. He was doing research (blood) at Dade Reagent Clinic.
While In the city he was the houseguest of Charles and Lil The Local Governmentcourse
Trammell.Last will be conducted by

week-end Mary T. Ferrell Jetted to Washington C. Mrs. Vlrrick, longtime citizen -
to attend the funeral of her father, Harrison Gabriel. power crusader and urban
Rosa B. Jones Is still at home. She's manipulating her affairs authority. Guest
crutches well. Your prayers are asked for Mrs. Gladys Bain speakers from local govern- 4

,who's patient in al, local hospital. Get well wishes to Ivan mental agencies will Join her

Alexander, Jackson; Eunice Nelson, Mt.Sinai;Joyce Matthewsand to discuss issues facing the PER PANEL
Wardell Brown,Christian; Thomas Leidat Veterans; Lelia community. Beginning Jan.16,
Tatum, Willis Murray, Cedars of Lebanon. classes will meet each Thursday -

Proud are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie (Lorretta) 7:25 to 9:45 p.m. Fee for

Hollis of their new' son, Johnny, born on Christmas day. this 13-session course is$10.

COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT: Is there a blighted area In The Corporate Management
your community? Or an unattractive street that needs a beauty classes will be Saturday
treatment? .. Then Join the Task Forces of Model Cities. mornings from 9:30 a.m.until
Take up th e challenge and become potent Instruments for the noon beginning Jan. 18 for six
betterment of your community. sessions. Corporate officers mm PER IKDWT

IT'S A DATE: Jan. 25 Business and Professional Wo- will discuss the current outlook -
men's Club at Four Ambassadors. Jan. 26 W. A. Chapman for the industlres and

Board of Greater Bethel AME Church Literary Tea, 526 NW firms represented and how it

13th Street, from 4 to 6 p.m. Jan. 26 Eureka Chapter #96 affects the community, the Investor -
I
O.E.S. Anniversary Tea, 2301 NW 152nd St. Jan. 31 Algon- home owner and em- SALE < <.
quin Club's season's Dansante Bay Front Auditorium(formal) ployee. 1919.]

Congratulations to Attorney James Matthews who,is the Speakers include R.W.Ben- BRAND pJ1I

newly-elected president of the Economic Opportunity Pro- ner, Richard J. Vogt, GiraudE. IG FI

gram, Inc.Eddie Golden, L. H. Guthrie, Ii 4 f
and Dorothy Fields surprised her mother, Dorothy Charles W. Cecil,Stanley Williams NEW ;' II i ,
McKeller on her birthday with a dinner party on Sunday. Robert Russell, Henry lJy!

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 24, 1969 7
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you have ever envied those ' '

girls who have exciting,glam :' ,,:,, : ,'". ""'; ,."., :;' "l t-; , ,.' ,... '. ,'I"" -;.... .'..,. ""'" ,,:,i'
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BY STAtfLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING position in any of the

LINE-O-TYPE many other business and pro .' '
fessional offices, stop dream- sale! '
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: StAgnes Episcopal celebrates Its ing right now and make it a boys'r

71st_ birthday Sunday (Jan 26)). The day will be hailed "Saint reality. ;
Agnes Day Founded In the home of the late Stenographers and secre- +
Mr. and Mrs George Newbold (he then piloted taries who can take dictationat r famous make
a one-horse fringed-top surrey) the old the rate of 80 words per I.t I.
est Episcopal Cathedral of our sector will minute or over are greatly in ,' "

Import Fr Joseph Kenneth Major of Incarnation demand, both in governmentand :
as guest priest. Fr Lambert Lorenzo private industry. You can shirtsff : '

Sands, St Agnes' pilot, will serve as cele easily do this in two semesters ,
brant. Around the altar will be members of and even less if you ap-
,1'f
the 3rd, 4th and 5th generations ofthe New- ply yourself. 1"

bold family. Stanley Newbold, veteran master Make your decision to enroll

of ceremonies, ((3rd) . Stephen,David now in the evening shorthand ,
and Simeon Newbold ((4th).. .Dwlne Newbold Cannon (5th) . class taught by Mrs. LoreneB. t ,!". '
It'll be a memorable day for "strangers" who wish to go to Williams at Miami Senior
church High School Adult Education I '

NOTES ON A NAPKIN-As a result of the 30 classmates of Center, 2450 SW First Street. (/i 5' COMP AT 3.50-S4. Durable

Dunbar elementary's Fourth Graders who "well-wishing" These classes meet from 7 to shirts 50%
press sports are
letters to former vice president Hubert Humphrey during his 10 p.m. Monday and Wednesday '
campaign last November, two of Anna-GraceSweeting's pupils each week for 16 weeks. I 1 \ Kodel polyester/50% cotton,
received Xmas greetings from the former Veep and Mrs. You can register today for a
Humphrey. Barbara Brunson and Samuel Montero were so nominal fee, so don't delay ;r= never need ironing. All ivy

honored. , Zeta Phi Beta sorors of Dade, Broward and Palm telephone 642-0414 for regis '
Beach counties observed Founder's Day In West Palm Beach tration information. You won't styling in assorted stripes

last Sunday at St Patrick's Episcopal. Fifty-two sorors and a regret it, as it will be of lasting and ''ch&c ks. Sizes 820.
Frater Kirnest McCoy from Dade county wee penciled In as benefit to you. f
attendees.
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SALT WATER TAFFY: Cynthis Davis' son Sgt Neville

Davis of the Nassau Constabulary(police)now a Commissioner 4 4'S 4t
Andros Island In the Bahamas.. Beverly Nixon's birthday ,
(Jan 12)) was celebrated with a Tahitian atmosphere when : ." '", "
her mother Sarah McRae, Maude Newbold and Ida Jackson \, ' t.iI'j:
made up a party for the "South Pacific" outing. , Ono of x 'rb ,' "":,
Miami's oldest and most-respected civic and social orgs, the ',:" ;, ,,:: ,, ', ,:,: ,; :': "

Algonquin Club,holds Its annual "Season's Dansante" In Bay- ; I ". :'
front Park's huge ,audit Friday night (Jan. 31)). Celebratingtheir I ,.. ,("1.' ',j'," _
38th anniversary the Algonquin tribe will, In all proba- ;' I
bility, "whoop It up" with the tribe's chieftain J, Hartman I't
Taylor leading the pack. The affair should be a sellout, and b '
could be one of their finest.
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THE WEEK'S WASH: After 16 years of marital bliss (anc
.blisters) a school missus and her 'misfit' have agreed to disagree i Tedd Johnson, a recent 4 1

. ,After minor surgery at Christian Memorial Albei rtjraduate of Xavier University .' ,
'n New Orleans, and a present , '<'i"" \
.Pembroke Dean recovering at home. .Intimates would have "Y.I.( ,
you:;believe that a popular DDS and sweetie-pi& are now employee, of Wometco's ;' .. /I r 'NI '!
MR and MRS . Flip Wilson at Marvin's Restaurant devour, Advertising Service Company, 11'yt: I '
.
/
ing a sizeable portion of "soul food" . Coach Traz Powellto I is now exhibiting his works at
a local hosp for a checkup . The Willie(Laura)Grahams the parkway' Art Theatre lo-
and their new Gladeview home blessed last Sunday by their cated on SW 12th Avenue and
pastor Rev P. D. Brantley. Coral Way. The show is comprised tFf
of paintings, prints and
STUFF AND SUCH: Bertha Mack, Quentin North, Dr I, G, drawings, and ,will, run until
Pratt decked by the Hong Kongflu... Not many get the honor, ,Saturday, Jan. 22 sequential
but Mrs David (Iris) Colebrooke Jr was one of the lucky ones shows.

invited to the Inaugural Ball of President Richard Nixon.. . 'Mr. Johnson will be exhibiting -
Comics Red Fox, Nipsy Russell, Slappy White, Flip Wilson ,at the Twin No. 1 Dade-
going strong . Little Joe's, long-time Main Stem chicken land; Sunset Art Theatre,
and barbecue rotisserie, now located on 17th Avenue at 43rd
South Miami and the Mayfair
. . The Frith (Dorothy) Watkins' celebrated ,(heir 4th on Art 'Theatre, ;, Biscayne, Blvd.
Tuesday (Jan 21)) . A belated Xmas visit to his sisters and
brother brought John Williams of Flint, Mich down to Dorothy SUNLIGHT CHATTER'
Ward, Bell Frazier and the Coley Williams family BOXWe

SWEETS' TREATS: The 25th anniversary celebration of the, at, Sunlight have been
Rt Rev Monsignor Donald Anthony(OSB)comes off Sunday (Jan quite busy preparing for our
26)) at 4:00: in the Cathedral that the late Bishop Ernest L. career as beauticians. The I 1

Peterson built (St PetersAmericanCatholic Church), The current area of study Is cold
Rev Joseph Kenneth Major will be guest preacher with the Rev waving and relaxers. "
Fr Stafford Sweeting the Celebrant. Roslyn Davis-Clarke will The Sunlight beauty club is
sit in as guest organist . Newly-installed vestry membersat preparing for a Valentine
.
St Agnes Episcopal elected January 9: Dr Charles C. Wil- Beauty Show; which will be

liams, Francis Delancy, Joseph Johnson, Shed Gilbert,Calvin held at Bonded Ren Agency, ;
McKinney, Maceo Tomlin, Hughie Nairn, Raymond Heastie, Feb. 14. I sale! reversible

Harry Major, Elston Davis,LtLeroy Smith, Mrs Marjorie We have students going to
Wake, Mrs Veronica Bynoe. board the weekof
the state during '
SCRATCH MY BACK: Metro Service Awards were issuedto Jan ''20. We all wish them allweatherjacket )

John Patterson ((20 years) . Samuel Cleare, Alma Collie the best of luck S
((10 years) . Metro's Transit Authority (MTA) gave recognition The Sunlight Alumni and
to bus operators Clyde Brown, John Crawford, John Professional Cosmetologist f L47S
Johnson, Alex Jones, Leroy Lang and Berry Robinson for out- Club will meet atSunlight .
standing safety practices or courtesy. . Ronald Duncan Sr, Beauty School, 1113 NW3rd '1' "
age 95, died of a heart attack Sunday (Jan 12)) while enroute Ave., Jan. 27, at 7:30 p.m.We 99 S:': ,, 'I" I'), ,
home on an MTA bus from his Miami Beach gardening work are asking all cosmetologistto I': '
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chores. His wife Catherine preceded him in death by a month. please attend. Business of , ." ''/' "",,,I'; I \ \
The deceased's grandson Ronald Duncan m was temporarily Importance. '. ", ' 'I' 1
released from City jail so that he might attend his grandfa Elizabeth Caudle, reporter. S '
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ther's funeral. ,;"
"Any where in the world ) " '"
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Golden-voiced L. Leo Jenkins you wont" to go" COMP.. AT $11. Famous maker:1';,;; ; :: ;( ,
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passed In Mercy Hospital last Friday (Jan 17)). A former Instructor mxers cwr reversible R/cotton '! 'I" I, "
Dacron ( ) ; :
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at Booker T. Washington high,Jenkins directed Choir '
NO MORE ,1.7fItJMVf' I
No. 1 of M t Zion Baptist for many years. He might also be jackets with Scotchguard :;: rl'F': !':'; '
remembered as a former president of the Collegians Club ', ""Ii'water ; tl/ ', s

Inc., under whose administration this columnist became a repellent finfsli.( : Fog :iI{ :,: ,

member. Jenkins' entry upon the Miami scene for permanencyfresh T&4VCL &UK 4U style collar. Assorted plaid "",: l! ,
( from college at 'Virginia State)brought to us a young, "Your Neighborhood TroverAgents" "t :
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bright and handsome chap, whose singing qualities were dis- and solid color I combinationsof .i&;fu'I' ',,' '
at the old "Ji ",,,, ," ;" ,, , ;, ;"
played(in 3 languages) on stage Lyric Theatre along 1'j "I'; iI( "I 1 I
the Stem. We covered that recital for this newspaper, and our At near to you o* your navy, tan and black. 8-20. I',' :'" hll'.."I..'.:.wI",+" ," 'v I ',', ,.t. ,
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pen was slightly embarrassed for lack of adjectives to justly telephone.' Give us a colt I \: j il:M''II ''," ;"t !> ;
describe his performance. Jenkins however never forgot that We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd 'S ,1\\"", '\ '';(" r','
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Youngmen'.hop, ,. ,
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Ave. FR 9-8451. Chas. C. I ; .1 t J"I! ;
writeup we gave him. He would refer to it on almost every North, Manager. ' I
all 7 Burdlne's
occasion we met. He was humble but appreciative and he deserved stores I
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. January 24, 1969 .

Ghetto 68 Now In Second Printing I


NEW YORK CITYPan- of its unique English and frank especially those having littleor
of We and condi- no formal educational
ther House Ltd., a new pub- portrayals
lisher located in New York tions in the ghetto.Information qualifications All manuscripts
regarding the will be carefully con-
announced Monday that
AI t 1 (; City canbeobtainedfromPanther sidered regardless of the
Ghetto '68 has now gone into its book way
House, Ltd., Box they are submitted -- includ-
second printing.
3552, New York City, N, Y. ing handwritten manuscripts,
10017. Panther House is also Free copy will be sent to
Ghetto '68 consists of the seeking manuscripts from unpublished bona fide book. reviewers on
Iti stories and poems of twelvenew writers of all ages, request.
black and Puerto Rican -- -
writers Harlem,all of whom
had never before been published -

/u11Li! their ages ranging from POSITIVELY HflPJIUHDIB IS ADMITTED

__ fifteen to thirty-four. The an- TO THESE THEATRES DURING THE SHOWINGOF
thology was edited by Sol Bat-
THE TORRID SO K.IT-TOME! MOVIE.ffHhIG0r.
and filmmaker
tle, a black writer
who attended Temple

University.SOL.



S $ ,
i .
is YrP ,6A
+ The October Issue of Playboy magazine
dared to print actual scenes
y O from this far-out movie-
and-Playboy readers were
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awed-by the ilngy revealing
THESE ARE TEAMMATES? Boston Celtics player-coach Russella MM"LEO Playboy photo spread-

in his right is perhaps the road showing the torrid
superstar own on to becoming a star of scenes of Barbara McNair .,;"
another type. He was recently cast as a bodyguard for series star Robert and Raymond St.Jacques. \

Wagner in a of "It Takes A titled "The "
segment Thingamabob Heist. D xj' When you see this swinging movie, 's .. ,
He is pictured here with some of his new "teammates," actresses appearingwith you'll understand why community
sq
him in the film. m."Mm, advertising standards prohibit
publishing the actual far-out
movie scenes-and you will also
.' Baptist Women To Meet At Mount SinaiThe understand why theatres...
POSITIVELY CANNOT ADMIT
Baptist Women's Council spoke of the candy sale whichis Miss White will leave Miami ANYONE UNDER (I6.eaa.s

held Its regular meeting sponsored by the Women's Friday, March 24, at which BATTLE
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church on State Convention, Dr. Susie time she will make a reportof The book, which sells for n,snsMat_*u DANA wmnR' KEVIN McfJIIIHYM't' Haty.oart MR1tltl1 M.MWRNnsy.aN't frtrttlg-

last Friday, evening. There Holley, president. She paid a the monies raised throughthis $2.30 in paperback, has been N.,Me Ma.Ma..Sta4 //D SL WS'J I Nttt Si*...Mw,sWA
was an excellent attendancein glowing tribute to the minis- effort, at the executive well received both in this
spite of the inclemency of ters who sought to help the wo- board of the Women's Convention country ar.u abroad, having
l1IOllIRSJ.ijjIiOI'8AI1WIA
the weather. Devotions were men in this drive removing in Day Spring Baptist been endorsed by such personsas i .
led by Mrs. A. L. Blackshear, many boxes of candy from her Church in Jacksonville. Rev. Lord Bertrand Russell, ,
after which the house was declared home. Rev. W. M. Davis,pas Cyrus Weaver, pastor. world famous philosopher / r.tf\IJR... ":-.rIIREfii80(2NNftl. (
astcltNeRStlut"" iLdulIMrt" Mbuglw IIIiII.II11 SuIl'
11
open for business. tor of First Baptist Church led The presence of Mrs.Emily won the 1950 Nobel Prize for NOW It tIIllIIb11. lItulll"lftl" k"III IMII.0111 11''ISIMw es
The President, Miss White, the drive with $144,then came McDaniel, Mrs. Everlina Literature, and Prof. Gunnar SHOWING COLOR By EASTMAN -C-".--
--- Mrs. Virgie Hill of the First Brooks, Mrs. Birdie Monroe Myrdal of the University of I
Baptist Church in Opa-locka and Mrs. Rosa Garvin were Stockholm. (Prof. Myrdal Is PARAMOUNT CONCORD BOULEVARD
Rev. Macon, pastor, with the missed. They were all on the best known for his book "The
same amount. Mrs. Atchisonof sick list. American Dilemma' used by lE JEUtIE MIAMI DIXIE

Mt. Calvary, Mrs. Etta At the close of the session, the Supreme Court in its 1954 DRIVE IN DIY!! !.!! DRIVE.IN
Thomas of Mt. Sinai, MissAl- Mrs. Askew and Mrs. Black- decision
outlawing segregated BOULEVARD ARROW DRIVE IN GOLDEN GLADE
ta Screen of New Providence, shear assisted by a group of schools). Ghetto '68hasal- DRIVE IN
Rev. Douglas Cook of Jordan young women, served a repastand ready been selected as a text J DRIVE IN HOLLYWOOD
6 Grove. Mrs. Irene Pratt of Mt. the evening was enjoyable.. at several leading Americanand See Movie Tine Clock for Feature Times I II
Olivette and Rev. A. M. Grif- An invitation was extendedby Canadian collegesbecause I FOR MATURE AUDIENCES I .. --
fin of Shiloh stood by the causeof Deacon Green and the ladiesto
Christian womanhood in return for the next meeting.The I
helping to raise several hundred meeting adjourned to meet VJl Meats'*

dollars for the project Friday, Jan. 24, at 8 p.m. : \
which is known as "the candy Mrs. I. C. Mickins and Mrs. 4KBHB "\
house." A. L. Blackshear, presiding.' II ; : 'O
li
:Driy > \ 1:00 & 10:40:
N,.w, 7m A ; *( IIM*<


"James Brown's I MADE WITH MUSCLE NERVE..._SHOCK!

. Gold Platter"Soul MOW PLAYIItU :A monwwfiiwrWUIIW

singer James Brown is RIVE-IN THEATRE 6 DANA
the latest entertainer to go BBHiHFLO

;after a share of the franchised OVER 2nd BIG WEEK VVIINTEfly.
restaurant trade. '
Brown announced the :. RAYMOND
formation -

will operate of a new and company franchise which a neTotal a Animal St.JACQUES

,f :chain of fast-food restaurants KEVIN
throughout the U. S.and the
:. Caribbean under. the trade McCARTNVa
?'J k name "James Brown's Gold
Platter." The enterprise will

I be based in Macon,1! Ga.., _


AHentionExpectant I
Here't $10,000
They'll never believe
to kill my wile- ll
who raped and
or gel dragged
Mothers killed Mr. How
back to prison's l can I prove it?

: And Parents IJ'

;, (it.ry
Primary "C" Community 2 F

School is having' its last session ..
.i; of the Expectant Mothers l'
:;
class, Tuesday, Jan. 28, from y
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. This week's ;:.. ,

I: topic family planning, discussions BARBARA
I Ii will be under the McNAiRailrQ'LIT .
super- : 1111111111"1 .
vision of Dr. Betty Vaughn who NtakTMIKIMIUiUlir r ,
is the director of maternal and CI-II.IIIIIB: N mi ANN wins 'i y' '
j :!., infant care project of Dade IdlltlllCUIIIIl1I "
County. Guest speakers will be "Carmen.8OOljf \ ARTHUR O'C NNHl
j r Mrs. Ginorio and Dr.Bridges. felt It HI"I Mian Mil Nit Him"t
A timely film will also be hSiMm! Drl&IIIIIIIIIII'ScI/ItII'[ + !
rllJllnllsflll.Ptdltdll''ICldIt,
shown. / I pa Its tutu .CIIOIIY IAS'IINCIII'ONnOOO'
a : LEVKA-CLAUDE RINGERS CARL MOHNEF
expecting JARBARA VALENTINE WALTER WILTZ CHRISTIANE RUCKEF enr G.-IIUA.Ic My husband
Screenplay by Jesse Vooel-From. a story by Prosper Mertmcen t.!. w IJ would never harm me_ I love him no
attend this most Am.i i).m FJmCo-Dwtlw, PioKlivP> c.d *)O.nd.d byRADLEMETZ3P mailer what-butthere'
vited to
help
never..would he?
iXlTMlAMeOLON-UL "HAeCftrijR' .!...d through AUOUBON FIL' so much about
ful and worthwhile session.For him I don't know...
further information you PLUS
may call Primary School"C"at CO-HIT 9:00 ,, e 9oa

836-0012 or come by at757 "WAR WAGON"
NW 66th St. "
1 Irwin Marshall, project John Wayne & Kirk Douglas

manager.



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THE MIAMI I TIMES, Friday, January 24, 1969 yI .


.. M Negro-Oriented Advertising Campaign To Be Launched ''1 'II


.. NEW ORLEANS-Plans fora product advertising directedat described as a "significant wholly-owned subsidiary i if I
whose products Include Ha- g
for print media
major Institutional advertising black consumers through expenditure
walian Punch Chun King orf,1.
,
campaign In Negro- Negro-oriented magazinesand advertising. *
.1 ental foods and Brer Rabbit
f e oriented newspapers across radio stations. The first advertisements
) the country were announced are expected to appear in the molasses and syrups.
.1 here by R. J.Reynolds Tobacco "We at R. J. Reynolds are spring In what was termed "a R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
A 11 Company. fully aware of the tremendously very broad range" of Negro Company is an equal oppor-
t v1 BY DAVE BONOU Reynolds, which manufac- important role being played newspapers.The tunity employer and has made
in the
tures three of the four best- by the nation's Negroorientedpress substantial gains em-
advertisements will also ployment of Negroes in sales,
and Influence
selling brands of cigarettes lathe the responsible -
Every now and then I copy something someone else has said, include information on RJ. clerical production and man-
U. S. (Winston, Salem,and it is having onAmerl-
and say that I wish Ihad said that. Here Is a letter by E'allyne Camel) made the announce- ca's black citizens. As a result Reynolds Foods, Inc., a agement areas.Jack's .
Perkins, the editor of the Greater Milwaukee Star that was uti-
ment at a news conference we have decided to
printed December 14 In that paper It was so popular that the In
during the Mid-winter Work- lize t h es e newspapers a
Star printed It again January 4, and a lot of columnists have fashion to
constructive help
shop of the National Newspaper -
picked It up. It Is a letter"DEAR LITTLE OLD HIP BLACKKIDS" Publishers A ssocfationthe -- tell our story In matters of MEN'S WEARSEE
. and reads
thusly
: interest to their
trade association of the na- particular
I' "This, letter Is from someone who understands you,probably tion's black readers." "MR. JACK"FOR
better than you understand yourselves. I know all about your press.A
described
spokesman -
Company
"bags", "rags", and "soul". I dig your quest for power, but "an The Company declined to
the campaign as STYLES FOR ALL ACES
Cats, power AIN'T BLACK-- IT's GREEN only don't haveIt
you effort, to acquaint the Negro reveal the exact cost of the
but at the rate your're going you'll NEVER git It. Got It?" consumer with Reynolds ingeneral campaign, pointing out that as The Very Latest In Men' Fashions

She goes on to say, "YOU GET AN IDEA that you want to including its pro- a matter of routine policy it SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

show Charley something, but you Jump Into everything so im- ducts, policies, personnel and does not release such information ITALIAN SHOES
pulsively that almost do places in a worse
everything
,
you you its corporate citizenship."He on any aspect of its '
position than you were when you started. All you got to show said the institutional adver- overall advertising program. 944 NW AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA
for It Is beat heads suspensions failures and holes In
your
however
tising would supplement RJR The campaign was, ,
pockets where money oughta be."BAGS" _ _______._ ._..._._....... .aa ........................
that's what you call your NEW THING, yet everything ............................................U............ ... aaa--aa-a--aa--aaa--a-----aaa-- ----

' you do Is old, cold and out. "RAGS" that's what you
wear on your heads to keep your process In place--the same
way Aunt Jemima's been doing for 300 years."SOUL" that's 4,
what you think makes you black, but you're wrong again--it !
makes you have vision. You don't GOTSOUL either. POWER- .
this is really charismathat quality of Inner strength that >' 'j
makes you able to win friends and Influence people. Turn your I 4
pockets inside out again -- cause you don't have It. FIRST OF
ALL, you need to learn strategyl!Then you need to be sure that I
you have your THING together before you run off half-cocked.

SECONDLY, you need to be better informed.You don't read 1p

your papers; you don't listen to the news; and you don't even \
know where your public library is. YOU CAN'T LEAD where
you don't go. You look like a nut trying to tell someone how to I

get some place if you ain't never BEEN. ANOTHER DARN ,--
THING, the only thing you can fall back on as a last resort Is .
a boycott -- you guys have gotten boycott brain disease. YOU .
)
BOY OT T for better jobs, and you don't go to school long
administrators enough to learn how to DO ANYTHING. YOU BOYCOTT be- SAT. & SUN. 10 5DRESSES


,
i your own parents like dogs. '
YOU CLAIM THAT there aren't enough black businesses, MAYS
than you proceed to rob and to break out the windows of the S
few black businesses thatweDOHAVE.You look into streaked
mirrors when you ARE home and sing along with James Brown t
r about, "Fm Black and Fm Proud," then you lack the pride to WAREHOUSE OUTLET
J wash your own clothes and lend ahandaround the house. YOU 1
OPENLY CALL your parents squares, Uncle Toms and the
like, but you still sit yourselves down to their tables, eat the 2800 NW 5th AVE
food that they've worked so hard for; get up from the table -

without even saying, "Thank you mom," and pout when they '1% \
insist that you make up your own bed.YOU CLAIM THAT YOU ,
hate"Whitey" but you never refuse to let them come and paint

your houses or plant grass on your lawn. YOU CLAIM THAT DRESSES
the education isn't revelent because there are no Black His- THOUSANDS OF ,
tory books; yet I don't know of anyone making a living from t
I
what he has learned In U. S.History,do you? NO ONE KEEPS
you from enrolling in classes that will teach you a skill such

as typing, sales and marketing, printing, and the like, yet
those classes shout with the scarcity of black students enrolled. WHOLESALE RETAIL 86

YOU STAYED OUT of school demonstrate for open housing PRICE PRICE .
; yet you haven't thought of preparing yourselves economically -
enought to move where you want to.YOU DEMAND Integrated 6.15 e

schools and classrooms, yet you are the first ones on 8.15 t.I
any campus to segregate yourselves. 10.15

II' GET WITH IT KIDS. Keep your little hind parts In school,
learn as much as you can as fast as you can. YOU WON'T LIKE
THIS LETTER, CATS, but you mink your folks too square to V2Mt\ '
MAYS ONE
ALL AT
tell you; ,White teachers can't afford to tell you because you
will class them as racists; preachers won't tell you. SO YOU NONEHIGHER

JUST GO ON YOUR WAY; wearing sweat shirts with "BLACK VERY LOW PRICE...............
IS BEAUTIFUL" blazing across the front,telling yourself that
this Is where It Is at. AND THE SQUARES keep pleading with .
employers to lower their standards to hire you. AND THE to
UNIVERSITIES and colleges across the nation are adding 9th t
grade studies In order to admit you.And the most you can end i CASH REFUNDS EXCHANGES

up with is a demand that somebody you.I ,,' .

hope every parent In Dade County see to It that their kids )" ., JR. PETITES JUNIORS MISSEYS 'A SIZES i

read this, and I congratulate Miss Perkins on her foresight. .

i
Funy how one little complaint can turn into a mountain of
problems. Two weeks ago, I wrote about mounted policemanon
7th Avenue between 58th and 68th Streets,and the surrounding 2,500 SAMPL $
areas,and the unfairness of the tickets he passes out. Since I

that time, I have heard some unbelievable stories, had loadsof .
letters and phone calls from people about this same situa- ir FOR THIS EVENT FROM LEADING NY. & t" '.\
tion. One was from a man who was parked in front of Royal I IE
Castle, went In to get change for a dime; came out to insert the r MIAMI MFGS.HURRY IN FOR BEST SELECTIONS !

nickel;put the nickel the meter,and the policeman, who had : E IN MIAMI. ; l
been sitting there watching the whole routine, then wrote the ___ 1 '
man a ticket. Now we all know that this man has a job to do. If ; SATURDAY PROMPTLY AT 10 AM t ;
you break the law,you get a ticket,that Is only right. But when *: DOORS OPEN
you are making an effort to live within the law, It should be : t
:
respected. BUT DIG THIS: Last Monday,there were 11 tickets : MAYS DRESSES
on U cars on 65th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues. Not on
7th avenue, mind you, but down the side of the CONCENTRATED -
EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM Building(Old Jefferson store). ,
a
The most of the tickets said "Blocking driveway".It was our WAREHOUSE OUTLET

own driveway, if you would call It a driveway, and we! were
having a meeting of staff.There are"no parking" signs there.
We want to say "thank you"at this point to our City Manager, 2800 NW 5th AVEI '

Mr. M. L. Reese, whom we believe Is going to help us In get- .

ting the parking meters removed from the front of our banks ..............................................................!
.............................. ...................... 1 I
and the CEP office.

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

isrt Ghetto 68 Now In Second Printing i

of its unique English and frank especially those having littleor
CITY.Pan-
NEW YORK of life and condi- no formal educational r
ther House Ltd., a new pub- portrayals
qualifications. All
tions in the ghetto.Information manuscripts
York
lisher located In New
'l IktliiJI7:4 that regarding the will be carefully con- j
# + R City announced Monday
canbeobtalned sidered regardless of the way
Into Its book
68 has
now
Ghetto gone panther House Ltd., Box they are submitted -- Including .

second printing. 3552, New York City, N. Y. handwritten manuscripts.
10017. Panther House Is also Free copy will be sent to
Ghetto '68 consists of the bona fide book
seeking manuscripts from unpublished reviewers on
stories and poems of twelve request :
writers of all ages,
iiH new black and Puerto Rican
writers of Harlem,all of whom II
had never before been published -
their ages ranging from POSITIVELY Hfi ONE UND1B\ 16 ADMITTED

fifteen to thirty-four. The an- TO THESE THEATRES DURING THE SHOWINGOF

thology was edited by Sol Bat- THE TORRID SO K-IT.TOME! MOVIE.
tle, a black writer and filmmaker
who attended Temple

University.SOL.

$ # 'II HI 01JEHs'lITHIH lOrO



The October issue of Playboy magazine
dared to print actual scenes

awed"a

THESE ARE TEAMMATES? Boston Celtics player-coach Bill Russella S"IIIID Playboy photo spread-

superstar in his own right, is perhaps on the road to becoming a star of sf+ afY" scenes showing of the Barbara torrid McNair y" '.

another type. He was recently cast as a bodyguard for series star Robert and Raymond St. Jacques. \

Wagner in a segment of "It Takes A Thief" titled "The Thingamabob Heist." w When you see this swinging movie, : '.:''

He is pictured here with some of his new "teammates," actresses appearingwith you'll understand why community
him in the film. s urrne advertising standards prohibit
publishing the actual far-out
movie scenes-and you will also

.' Baptist Women To Meet At Mount SinaiThe understand POSITIVELY why CANNOT theatres.ADMIT..

Baptist Women's Council spoke of the candy sale whichIs Miss White will leave Miami '' ANYONE UNDER ISm

held its regular meeting sponsored by the Women's Friday, March 24, at which BATTLE m
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church on State Convention, Dr. Susie time she will make a reportof Tne book, which sells for r' M DANA MTiITR' [ WM ,
last Friday, evening. There Holley, president. She paid a the monies raised throughthis $2.30 in paperback, has been 50',slwl MYDD SI.1DJi 1S IM. w iwt M. ,st I
was an excellent attendanceIn glowing tribute to the minis- effort, at the executive well received both in this
spite of the inclemency of ters who soughttohelpthewomen board of the Women's Conven- country ar.u abroad, having JlOIIERs'lIt llHGO/
the weather. Devotions were in this drive removing tion In Day Spring Baptist been endorsed by such personsas M t

led by Mrs. A. L. Blackshear, many boxes of candy from her Church in Jacksonville. Rev. Lord Bertrand Russell, ,.:;MIII I mNfU
after which the house was declared borne. Rev. W. M. Davis,pas- Cyrus Weaver, pastor. world famous philosopher who '1III"II-M'lBliUtNAlR.\IIIII,1"1as'1"",..',Sl yI..lnltIliSI".SuIll""
open for business.The tor of First Baptist Church led The presence of Mrs.Emily won the 1950 Nobel Prize for NOW tdbdn hie.PII"1I4 ad 111111 IICllllnl"ClllRnlAl'11II, es
President, Miss White, the drive with $144,then came McDaniel, Mrs. Everlina Literature, and Prof. Gunnar SHOWING COLOR By BASTMAN -c---
Mrs. Virgie Hill of the First Brooks, Mrs. Birdie Monroe Myrdal of the University of
Baptist Church in Opa-locka and Mrs. Rosa Garvin were Stockholm. (Prof. Myrdal Is PARAMOUNT CONCORD BOULEVARD
Rev. Macon, pastor, with the missed. They were all on the best known for his book "The
same amount. Mrs. Atchisonof sick list. American Dilemma' used by LE JEUflE MIAMI DIXIE
Mt. Calvary, Mrs. Etta At the close of the session, the Supreme Court in its 1954 DRIVE IN ,_ DRIVE INM DRIVE, IN
Thomas of Mt. Sinai, MissAl- Mrs. Askew and Mrs. Black- decision outlawing segregated BOULEVARD ARROW DRIVE IN GOLDEN GLADE
ta Screen of New Providence, shear assisted by a group of schools). Ghetto 68 has already DRIVE IN HOLLYWOOD DRIVE IN
Rev. Douglas Cook of Jordan young women, served repast been selected as a text J
b Grove. Mrs. Irene Pratt of Mt. and the evening was enjoyable.An at several leading Americanand See Movie Time Clock for Feature Times
Olivette and Rev. A. M. Grif- invitation was extendedby Canadian collegesbecause I FOR MATURE AUDIENCES I
fin of Shiloh stoodbythecauseof Deacon Green and the ladles
r Christian womanhood in to return for the next meeting.The .
helping to raise several hun- meeting adjourned to meet
dred dollars for the project Friday, Jan. 24, at 8 p.m.
which is known as "the candy Mrs. I. C. Mickins and Mrs.A. fc\ \. \
Y
% O
/qv"James house." L. Blackshear, presiding.. I \tS 1:00 & 10:40I :




Brown's MADE WITH MUSCLE, NERVE..SHOCK!

NOOf PLAY11W IIRWAAO RIMS
Gold Platter"Soul /
s., S'S ,;,,, ItI0IIt11Wl
RIVE-IN THEATRE
singer James Brown is DANA
the latest entertainer to go BHHJHFL1 : 44
UVYNTERi
;after a share of the franchised OVER 2nd BIG WEEK -J-

restaurant Brown announced trade. the for- L.I RAYMOND

; mation of a new company which eTotal a Animal! i $ ST. JACQUES
will operate and franchise a

.r chain of fast-food restaurants KEVIN
throughout the U. S.and the i ; >
;? Caribbean under the trade I MCCARTHYI
I 1 name "James Brown's Gold I
I
Platter. The enterprise will
'be based in Macon,1' Ga.
:k "


AttentionExpectant Here'e $10,000to .. They'll never believe
kill my wife-
who raped and
or dragged killed her. How
Mothers bacK to priion. f 1 can I prove It?

>D
,I And Parents

.1 Primary "C" Community ( ,' r:.
School is having its last sesSion f'
.i of the Expectant Mothers ''' ;' : t
class, Tuesday, Jan. 28, from ''' ) W \ S
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. This week's >''C't t t ?

,: topic family planning, discussions BARBARA McNAlRalk
I will be under the super- IJf.Vl M'lwill
: JlySI'III '1
vision of Dr. Betty Vaughn who In"IN IN\IIIII I III Siltl"e:, 5
Is the director of maternal CISIMI"IIOMN" HUlSlll ANN PAINIISSIII 4$'' 4
J' ;:'f Infant care project of Dade / Slecol6.ut' III
'' 1.County.. Guest speakers will be "Carmen. 8a ARtHUR O'C NNHl

ft r Mrs. Ginorio and Dr.Bridges. eitMiiiiSitin"I Mn Hit N In"IISIIIII'I
,
A timely film will also be OniulSiiitnl5iimli '
Unlit Mule
IT 'hdrtN IU DIIIIIf"c.MIsl"I
I shown. Mnwi" ,.. ,
tllDla USIMAN
JTA LEVKA-CLAUDE RINGER CARL MOHNEF
t interesting parents and expecting -c---
iARSARA VALENTINE WALTER WILTZ CHRISTIANE RUCKEf My husband
I mothers alike are Invited Screenplay by Jesse Vcael-From a story by Prospe M nmren MtiuiBl ul!'''- l7! would never harm menever..would I love him no
------ matter whet-but
.
A.utad. Mm Ca-DMl ProQwlon-Pod'nxl iM Daeed RADLEY MCTZO
to attend this most helpful .. h.7 there'e M much about
U.YC L.!)w."""I.T".eco. 'p.d Mrouyh AUOUB IlCOHIT '
..
; and worthwhile s ess Ion. 4 him I don't know.

"+ For further information you 900 PLUS
may call Primary School"C" f 9oaI
\. at 836-0012 or come by at757 "WAR WAGON"
: NW 66th St. I a w / I
{ Irwin Marshall, project John Wayne & Kirk Douglas '

i manager.

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

Negro-Oriented Advertising Campaign To Be Launched It ,i

I
1 NEW ORLEANS-Plans fora product advertising directedat described as a "significant wholly-owned subsidiary ;
major institutional adver- black consumers through expenditure for print media whose products include Hawaiian "1
1"Y Y tising campaign In Negro- Negro-oriented magazinesand advertising." Punch, Chun King oriental :":I
1"t oriented newspapers across radio stations. The first ,advertisementsare foods and Brer Rabbit
t the country were announced expected to appear in the molasses and syrups.R.
..' here by R. J.Reynolds Tobacco "We at R. J. Reynolds are spring in what was termed "a J. Reynolds Tobacco
Company. fully aware of the tremendously very broad range" of Negro Company is an equal oppor-
4ul BY DAVE BONDU Reynolds, which manufactures important role beingplayedby newspapers. tunity employer and has made
If\ three of the four best- the nation's Negroorientedpress substantial gains in the em-
-- ------ --
and influence The advertisements will also ployment of Negroes in sales
selling brands of cigarettes in the responsible ,
Every now and then I
copy something someone eise has said,
the Winston Salem and it is onAmeri- include Information onR.J. clerical, production and man-
having
and say that I wish had said that. Here Is a letter by E'allyne U. S. ( ,
Perkins, the editor of the Greater Milwaukee Star that was Camel), made the announce- ca's black citizens. As a result Reynolds Foods, Inc., a agement areas.Jack's .
ment at a news conference we have decided to uti-
printed December 14
in
that paper. It was so popular that the
Star during the Mid-winter Work- lize the s e newspapers in a
printed it
again January 4, and a lot of columnists have
picked it up. It isa letter to"DEAR LITTLE OLD HIP BLACK shop of the National Newspaper constructive fashion tohelp
KIDS" . and reads thusly: Publishers Association-- tell our story In matters of MEN'S WEARSEE
"This letter Is from the trade association of the na- particular Interest to their
someone who understands you,probably
tion's black readers." "MR. JACK"
better than you understand yourselves. I know all about your press.
: "bags", "rags", and "soul". I dig your quest for power, but A Company spokesman described FOR
the campaign as "an The Company declined to
Cats, power AIN'TBLACK--GREEN you only don't haveit STYLES FOR ALL AGES
effort to the reveal the exact cost of the
but at the rate your're going you'll NEVER git it. Got it?" acquaint Negro The Very Latest in Men't Fashions
consumer with Reynolds ingeneral campaign, pointing out that as
She goes on to say, "YOU GET AN IDEA that you want to
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
including Its pro- a matter of routine policy it -
show
Charley something, but you jump into everything so Im-
ducts, policies, personnel and does not release such information ITALIAN SHOES
pulsively, that almost everything you places you In a worse
its corporate citizenship."He on aspect of its
any
position than you were when you started. All got to show
you 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI. FLORIDA
said the institutional adver- overall advertising program.
for it is beat heads, suspensions, failures, and holes in your
pockets where oughta be. tising would supplement RJR The campaign was, however,

"BAGS" that's money what you call your NEW THING, yet everything .................................................................................................................

you do is old, cold and out. "RAGS" that's what you
wear on your heads to keep your process in place--the same
way Aunt Jemima's been doing for 300 years."SOUL" that's
what you think makes you black, but you're wrong again--it
makes you have vision. You don't GOT SOUL either. POWER-
this is really charisma --that quality of inner strength that
makes you able to win friends and influence people. Turn your
pockets inside out again -- cause you don't have it. FIRST OF
ALL, you need to learn strategy! Then you need to be sure that
you have your THING together before yourunoff half-cocked. H HSAT.

SECONDLY, you need to be better Informed.You don't read .
your papers; you don't listen to the news; and you don't even \
know where your public library is. YOU CAN'T LEAD where
you don't go. You look like a nut trying to tell someone how to
get some place If you ain't never BEEN. ANOTHER DARN
THING, the only thing you can fall back on as a last resort is
a boycott -- you guys have gotten boycott brain disease. YOU
BOYCOTT for better Jobs, and you don't go to school long \

enough to learn how to DO ANYTHING. YOU BOYCOTT be- & SUN. 10 5
cause you claim that teachers and counselors and adminis-
trators don't treat you with dignity and respect,and you treat hk{ '
your own parents like dogs. '
YOU CLAIM THAT there aren't enough black businesses, MAYS DRESSES
than you proceed to rob and to break out the windows of the ''cL
few black businesses that we DOHA VEt You look into streaked
:t
mirrors when you ARE home and sing along with James Brown .'
about, "rm Black and rm Proud," then you lack the pride to WAREHOUSE OUTLET : ,
wash your own clothes and lend a hand around the house. YOU
OPENLY CALL your parents squares, Uncle Toms and the
like, but you still sit yourselves down to their tables, eat the 5th AVE ,
y2800
food that they've worked so hard for; get up from the table !
without even saying, "Thank you mom," and pout when they ?
insist that you make up your own bed.YOU CLAIM THAT YOU %
hate"Whitey" but you never refuse to let them come and paint .. ,
your houses or plant grass on your lawn. YOU CLAIM THAT
the education isn't revelent because there are no Black His- THOUSANDS OF DRESSES ,
tory books; yet I don't know of anyone making a living from
what he has learned in U. S.History,do you? NO ONE KEEPS I .
you from enrolling in classes that will teach you a skill suchas

typing, sales and marketing, printing, and the like, yet
those classes shout with the scarcity of black students enrolled. WHOLESALE RETAIL 86
YOU STAYED OUT of school to demonstrate for open hous- PRICE PRICE .
ing; yet you haven't thought of preparing yourselves economically -
enought to move where you want to.YOU DEMAND integrated 6.75 I e

schools and classrooms, yet you are the first ones on 8,75 1 t. ,

any campus to segregate yourselves. 10.15 .
[10 GET WITH IT KIDS. Keep your little hind parts in school,
learn as much as you can as fast as you can. YOU WON'T LIKE
THIS LETTER, CATS, but you think your folks too square to \
tell you; ,White teachers can't afford to tell you because you : ALL AT MAYS ONEVERY
will class them as racists; preachers won't tell you. SO YOU : NuNE

JUST GO ON YOUR WAY; wearing sweat shirts with "BLACK : LOW PRICE............... .
IS BEAUTIFUL" blazing across the front,telling'oursel1that :'
this is where it is at. AND THE SQUARES keep pleading with : ; '; HIHER
employers to lower their standards to hire you.AND THE :
UNIVERSITIES and colleges across the nation are adding 9th : 'k
grade studies in order to admit you.And the most you can end : / CASH REFUNDS 'EXCHANGES
up with Is a demand that somebody "notice'' you. :

I hope every parent in Dade County see to it that their kids ) lv JR. PETITES JUNIORS MISSEYS Ii SIZES
read this, and I congratulate Miss Perkins on her foresight. %

'
Funy how one little complaint can turn into a mountain of
problems. Two weeks ago, I wrote about mounted policemanon
7th Avenue between 58th and 68th Streets,and the surrounding SAMPL SJ
areas,and the unfairness of the tickets he passes out. Since A'2,500 I
that time, I have heard some unbelievable stories, had loadsof
letters and phone calls from people about this same situa : J I
FOR THIS EVENT FROM LEADING NY. & .1 I
tion. One was from a man who was parked in front of Royal : ,
Castle, went in to get change for a dime; came out to insert the :. MIAMI MFGS.HURRY IN FORBESTSELECTIONS ? ;I
nickel; put the nickel in the meter,and the policeman, who had : "
been sitting there watching the whole routine, then wrote the IN MIAMI. _________ l ti ,
man a ticket. Now we all know that this man has a Job to do. If i I
you break the law,you get a ticket,that is only right. But when I : DOORS OPEN SATURDAY PROMPTLY AT 10 AM : !)14 l :

you are making an effort to live within the law, It should be :
respected. BUT DIG THIS: Last Monday,there were 11 tickets :I MAYS DRESSES P ,.
on U cars on 65th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues. Not on : .
7th avenue, mind you, but down the side of the CONCENTRATED :
EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM BuUd1ng(Old Jefferson store). : It
The most of the tickets.said "Blocking driveway" was our :. WAREHOUSE OUTLET = ,6
own driveway, if you would call it a driveway, and we were :
having a meeting of staff.There are"no parking" signs there :
We want to say "thank you"at this point to our City Manager, : 2800 NW 5th AVE I
Mr. M. L. Reese, whom we believe is going to help us in getttni :I L .

the parking meters removed from the front of our banks :NN......................... ............................................t,
and the CEP office. i

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c I ITIMES Friday January 24 1969
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." Northwestern
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TheHappening
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'I.I. t 'I. FocusBy
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,,: BRENDA JACKSON

.............
By Garth C Reeves, Jr. ;

Officers for the Senior Class of 1968-69 were elected re-

cently, along with the class colors and motto.
This years January 7, publication of Look magazine, was President for the year is Walter Dennis; vice president

entirely devoted to a special Issue on "The Blacks And The My Gary Brown; Euphemia Cambridge, secretary; Brinda Cotton

Whites." Each article was very interesting and the issue as assistant secretary; Robert Rolle,treasurer;Brenda Jackson*

a whole contained a great deal of Information especially sig- reporter; Patricia Roberson, chaplin; Harold Clark, sgt. at

nificant to both races. ..... k arms; and Ted Cogdell, parliamentarian. The class colorsare
powder blue and gray, the motto: Nothing is profound that
There Is one particular article that has remained with me .. .
we cannot explore its depths.
ever since I read it. It was entitled "Can A Nigger Love A '; '
:
: { Northwestern grows as students grow.The grounds are
now
all of readers who missed the
Honky? For the benefit of my r
t"" <,, ...1' being cleared for the much needed library and science depart-
of the printed below. ,
January edition, high-lights story are \' ,
'
Not only do I want you to read it, but also give it some deep '" ,;: (" ment.
Freedoms Challenge the theme of the Voice of
thought. Then write me and let me know how you feel about a : : ; Democracy
: n4 sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Ladies
nigger loving a honky.
I Auxiliary to the VFW was heard in PTA meeting Monday night.

", "' 4 The PTA is asking all parents who can serve as homeroom

Can A Nigger Love A Honky? :,tjh i; ." representatives and to handle tickets for the Tenth Annual

'_ i._ Musical Extravaganza.
"
An ordinary overcrowded night at the San Francixco hamburger 4 ,,
Robert McFarland director of recruitment at
Xavier Uni-
,
"
/
.,
.
where host Bob Boudreaux showing peopleto
was
palace ''f':' ># ( .." Orleans visited
't versity of New La. our school Wednesday he
'''
tables: clouds of meat-smoke rolling with a hiss from the "' / ''.- ; > >' interested in those seniors ,
; .;'l.f : was particularly who have not yet
;)f,; ,
waiters around customers piling in a ;1
griddles darting up / ,
(
I' <
.
; .'.t
i r"\:, );, decided on a college or who are undecided about entering col-
('
Bob
featureless herd. "She came with her roommate, remembers "
lege. Also visiting the school Wednesday was a representativefrom
"I asked, 'How many, please?' and when she said,
McCalls who
Patterns displayed and modeled
'Two,' I lookeddownandsawthe most beautiful girl I ever laid Sod SUtw of f e tie Wed the Home Economics Department. fashionsto
eyes on. Before I even knew what I was doing, I asked If I
Fernley Murray, drama and debate teacher, will appear In
could Join them for a few minutes." Lovely Claretta Smith the daughter of Mr.and "
"A Thousand Clowns, Jan. 30, at North Miami Playhouse.
Mrs. Lewis C. Smith 15815 Bunche Park East Drive, Last week-end the Bulls battled twice in basketball
Katie Jones picks up the story: "And I said sure. It never winninga
is a Junior at Miami Carol City High School.,After
victory each time.
occurred to me to think about his color,and that's strange be-
graduating she plans to attend Charron-Williams Busi- Friday the victims were'Edison's Red Raiders. The
cause rd been doing a lot of thinking about the whole race score
thing then." Thinking--but no touching. Raised in careful ness College. Her hobbies are dancing,reading and attending was 100 72. Saturday Northwestern travelled to Carver in

whiteness In Chile, New York City and rural California Katie social activities. Delray defeating them 83-67.

found herself at 20 Interested for the first time In a man whose The Wrestling team will compete in the GMAC Wresting

skin was black. Not only interested by having dates. Not only !' -r- rr .i Tourney to be held Friday night. Wednesday the team will

dating but falling in love. And it seemedsuprisingly easy. . :: :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: meet Central, at 4:00, Northwestern's gym.
This Saturday the Bulls will play John F. Kennedy in basketball -

Did he worry over what the brothers might say about his Raider Reportsby in the gym and Tuesday night the opponents will be North

white chick?" No, man. Fm not going to let someone else run CHRIS BATES Miami.

my life for me; so Fm not going to let them tell me who to Ii::::: ::: n : L 0 L:::::::::;: ::: ::I r<
love." Anyway, most of the friends he introducedher to were school I
The well known Viola Guibettering our
white, and very hip. One sunny Saturday, Bob and Katie droveto tar film
Duo, Stern Mercadal preThe "Now is the Time"sented
a town fora barbecue at his family's house. His
nearby
par Jackson
a concertfor the senior was shown to the entire stu-
ents came across strong and real-a bit reserved but friendly -
,
class
Monday, Jan. 13. The dent body Thursday, Jan. 16.
and concerned about whether the saw clearly
youngsters concert was sponsored by the It tells the story of the Black
what they would get Into if they stayed together. Yes, Bob and First Federal Saving and Loan Man's struggle for equality Jottings
Katie said, there are lots of potential difficulties in an inter-
Association of Miami.Some of through the words of black
racial marriage, but we can bypass color and Just love each
the compositions on the propoets and civil rights leaders, By
other as human beings, right? Wrong. The real world started ARNETTA WILLIAMS ..
gram were: Allegro by Benitto using folk rock and spirituals : '
crowding Bob and Katie. Her parents stonily refused to'talk Marcello, AriabyHeitor background music forbril- \ \
to him. Calling with startling honesty- on racial pride,
Villa-Lobos
and Vivace by Ni- liant news film and IPhoto mont-
Katie's father implored her to spare him the agony of havinga colo Paganlni. A age sequences. Narrated
daughter marry a man "not cast in your father's image." A FEATURING A JACKSONITE
new organization has by'O5sie Davis and Ruby Dee,
As she played with Bob's cousin's baby at the barbecue.(Katie
taken it's place In Edisons' the film is painfully honest
ac- ELAINE SCOTT: At age 17, Elaine plans attend Hampton
recalled her would love half-black
parents saying they never
tivities, the United Students of history of the black man's op- Institute or Florida A&M University and major in sociologywhen
grandchild. She tried not to let it get her. Ed is 0 n. The organization is pression in white America she graduates this year. A Jacksonite for three years,

composed of all races,who Basketball Scores: North- she was selected as the most school-sp1ritedsenior superlative -
Bob? He, too, tried to ignore his feelings to deny his share a common Interest in western 103, Edison 75. and is a member of senior board,Visionettes, Thespians,
blackness. He lived lathe uneasiness of things felt but not said
National Forensic League, and Trl-Hi-Y. Her motto is:A real
a look in the street from a white man a black woman an
; friend is one when you have made a complete fool of yourself,
apartment door slammed in his face with the For Rent" sign doesn't feel you've done a permanent Job." Elaine likes the

still on it. "I'm not mad at anybody," he kept saying. Stay type of boy thats preferably from out-of-town, well-built,
cool, stay cool. The effort began to exhaust them both, and i handsome and fun to be with.
dates became almost a chore.

Drum major tryouts began last week. Leadership, musical

Bob came under attack early. Black group members hit him 5 t interpretation, Ideas for halftime, showmanship, and march-

hardest, told him he was phony, a "gamer," not paying his ing ability are only a few of the many qualifications needed to
dues. He fought back for an hour.(Tm real," he insisted Tm lead the Miami Jackson "Soul Marching 100." Band memberswill

proud of being black. Katie likes the things that make me myself assist the director in making his final decision on head

. Dr. Price Cobbs, the black co-leader, cut him off drum major and assistants.

"That poor Innocent honky chick?What have you told her about
blackness?" And Katie murmured, pale, stunned, "I never Joyce Wharton and Lamont Norwood were chosen to run as

knew anybody black. I know nothing about being black. . It page and door clerk at Hi-YState Congress.Joyce is presently -

came clear. Bob hadn't even introduced her to his black vice-president of Vlsionettes, a member of Tri-Hi-Y and

friends. At least, he broke through: "You're telling me things has attended the required pre-legislature all year. Lamont was
that other people are afraid to say." ( chosen as the most dependable senior superlative boy and
4 aF shall prove it at Congress as door clerk. A member of Hi-Y.

he has attended the required all
He shifted his position and looked into Katie's eyes with an E pre-legislation year.

openness neither of them had felt before. "Why don't you tell Senior mixed i s sponsoring another talent show to take

her what it feels like," Dr. Cobbs demanded, "to know when place January 31. The show consists of a variety of comedy

you're out on the street with her that every white cat you meet acts, dance groups and vocalists. Talent shows we've had in

wouldlike to castrate you because you're some hypersexed nig- the past have featured Disc Jockeys Earnie Fields (accom-
ger with a white woman,and she must be a whore if she's with panied by Cock-Roach) and Donnie-G. Themes have ranged

you? If you never told her that,you've copped out." Under Ka- from "Psychedelic sounds from Soul Heaven" to"A Swinging

tie's gaze, Bob said, "I did cop out, man. I was afraid to tell Safari." As they say, "new things are to take place in '69."
her." That started a weekend's truth-telling in which Bob and

Katie really met for the first time. DIRECTION FINDING radio introduced by John Womble who was chosen as state president of Future

Raytheon at National ,Boat Show in New York Teachers of America recently received a certificate of merit

They learned that a "nigger" is, In Dr Cobbs' words, (Jan. 25-Feb. 2)) combines navigation aid with recreational recognizing him as citizen of the day on WFUN This honor entitles -
radio. Francine Butler of Boston checks him to submit suggestions that will better the radio
"Someone who lives in dread of being pushed into a bottom-
less pit where he ceases to matter They saw ::that if you come outthe new Raytheon portable that picks up marine station and may also become one of his personal memoirs.

through clearly,as yourself, nobody can push you any more. and aviation beacons, conventional marine band
Then'you are not a "nigger," but black; not a "honky," but ,
h white. Then you can love. new VHF band for marine weather advisories, as MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

well 'as standard and FM broadcast bands. Rota- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

45 OF THE WEEK 'Tm Livla' In Shame"by Diana Ross, and table ferrite antenna withcompass rose is mountedon APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

i the Supremes top of multipurpose radio which operates from THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.

its own self-contained batteries. The RAYDF i s ,
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I II McKissick Enterprises. To Build New Town, r.II. ,I IA

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plan to formulate, designand Borderline subsistence
construct a "New Town"In farming has been the primaryway "New Town" in Warren tion of the new city at about fear, and distrust." today.
the rural "Black Belt" of of life in Warren County County will be a totally plan- 18,000. The total will be subject Mr. McKissickdevotedcon- The 1,810 acres of land set

North Carolina was announced as in other "blackbelt"areas, ned community, utilizing the to change as planning siderable attention to the aside for the project were acquired -
latest knowledge in the field of evolves,dependent on the typeof "New Town" concept while an
Monday by Floyd B. Mc- since the Civil War.The county on option by McKissick
Kissick Enterprises, Inc, of was largely black as long city planning to create a har- industry and other vari associate of the Metropolitan Enterprises at a sale price of
New. monious environment and pro- ables. Applied Research Center
York. ago as 1930, when census fig- researching nearly $500,000.00.A .
ductive working conditions. social
Mr. MCKissick, a former ures showed 63.5 per cent Ne- The center for the study of problems.He
is convinced that towns offer -
new has
national chief executive of the groes among the total popu- Another Important goal of Democratic Institutions has proposal been pre-
Congress of Racial Equality, lation. the city's planners Is the been particularly activein one of the most fruitful ave- pared for a planning grant to
nues Qf attack on the problems develop the detailed
plan required
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now heads up the company The 1960 census revealed training of additional mem- supporting the new cities! plaguing American society for the
"dedicated to the building of that 12,703 of the county's bers of minority groups to attempt idea, saying that "new cities new city.
Black similar ventures in could alter the of ......
life
economic power. The residents werenon-white, way of - - - - -
New Town project Is one of with an average of six year other impoverished parts of millions of Americans, for it'I Needles & Accessories
many proposed by Mr. Mc- of formal education.Census the country.All has the potentiality of makinga
Kissick's real breakthrough in the Stereo Tapes & Players
company as promis- figures also reveal a very low un-
ing answers to some of the unemployment rate, Indicatingnot aspects of the new city real Isolation of upper middle

problems besetting modern so much that there is gainful will be detailed advance, including class whites from the Negro Johnson's T.V. 2
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American society. employment available, but industries, schools, and white residents of the city Buy
Mr. MeKlssick 'that most of the population health and welfare facilities slum and ghetto areas. What Records Free
recalled that and all other facets of daily life could & Records
he has been Involved In discussions :continues to attempt to peck a in a small city.McKissick. emergeare communities -
of potential applica- 'living out of the soil instead of imbued with a sense of 964 NW 15th AVENUE 69&-0342
tions of New City technology 'I going on relief rolls.McKissick common participation and
Enterprises common purpose rather than Color T.V. & Stereo Service
to the
problems the poor and Enterprises' projects the potential popula- communities divided by anger,
minority for than - -
groups more - -- - - -
four .years. He was amnmr thA
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entirely new communities I

isanalternative to urban


ghettos Secretary' and rural Agriculture decay. Ed Jones played jazz till 4 A. M. to get his B.A.

.lie Freeman has offered .

his advice Department's to McKissick assistanceand En- Now his groove is managing 10 people at IBM. .

terprises in
planning the War-
ren County, North Carolina

venture. Housing legislation -
passed In the last sessionof rough college was quite a strain the first rung on the ladder. opportunities for college graduates at IBM.

Congress authorizes federal for Ed Jones. His family helped some. So Today, Ed is a systems engineering man- Write to Corporate Recruiting Manager,

guarantees of bonds Issued did a scholarship. But it wasn't enough.So ager. He and the 10 systems engineers who IBM Corporation, Dept. CA1067,1447

by community organiza- Ed had to work-as a railroad crossing work for him service IBM customers, help- Peachtree St., N.E., Room 810, Atlanta,

cities.tions for construction of new guard and playing bass in a jazz combo. ing them get the most efficient use out of Georgia 30309.

After he graduated from Howard University their IBM computers. An Equal Opportunity EmployerIBM

Staff members of McKissick with a B.A.in Music Education,Ed taught What is the most gratifying thing about

Rouse Enterprises will work with the music for a year. Then he joined the Count his job? "Watching people grow," he says.
Company developers of
Basie band and played bass for nine years.A "Guiding them, helping them
new city Columbia, Maryland, '
along. Like I was helped by
to
acquire expertise In the"part" In 5
manager years.
of planning and Imple- my managers. I can't imaginea
mentation of New Towns. But the constant travel and one-night more satisfying job."

stands finally to him. He heard that IBM
got Write ? '
The town to be construced looking for for us today. (Ii .. .._... ,. .... ..
in was college graduates, went
North Carolina will be
Learn about ...,
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located in the so-called an interview and was hired in marketing as 1; ; \

"Black Belt" of the South,and a systems engineer trainee in 1962. It was i..
one primary goal of the .;r: '.. ,W: f;'>:17YK: ;!. t JW.,.t'fn: : t..w'
pro- < "z'r. &" 'W't '" ,, '
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community will be open to citi- f.11. 1tl;; .t. < >&1\/YJ';:};> ;

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onstrate that good jobs, qual- t :,

ity education and cultural enhancement .
can be created in .
decaying rural areas. It is

considered essential to the

country's future that a new way y ,: "
of life be built In the non-ur- >'
ban areas of the country to end ;
mass immigration of, unskilled -
poor people to the slumsof J'
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the cities. f '4' 4
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Most new communities! in ; :t' ,
the past have been built near : : '
large metropolitan centers. : \, : '," : *

England In particular has had

success with programs de- d'
signed to move slum residentsto I

previously constructed new

towns in outlying areas. The .
North Carolina project will be

one of the first attempts to p
construct such.a city in a rural
area not near any of theAmerican <3
"megalopolises."

The site selected for the new

town contains 1,810 acres in

Warren County, N. C., aboutan y i
hour's drive northeast from
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Durham. U. S. Highway 1 runs
.
through the middle of the property

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Warren County is situated in

the colorful Piedmont area,on
the slope from the Applachian
Mountains to the Atlantic r

Ocean. Though blessed with!,
beautiful scenery and numer
ous creeks and lakes the area -

has been an economic back-
water for generations. Median

Income for families in the 19-

000 population country in the '
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1960 census' was $1,958-- %

among the lowest In the coun-
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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Observes Founders Daysive I

. ueveaux Powell. A buffet dinner In
Burrows, Eda; ,
look at in Roach closed with a favorite to the "more experienced'sorors.
Zeta Alpha Kappa
Omega Chap Gussie Dobbs, Naomi Grant, lowship, terminated the
ter of Alpha Kappa Alpha So-. Retrospect; "to understandmore prayer of Franklin D. Roose- Especially cute was Gloria Greene, Joycelyn morable evening In the
rority held its Founders Day fully, the faith we havein velt: "Grant us a common their original "We Heard It Willie fel-I
Knowles, Claudia Lewis, race room over looking
Through the Ivy Vine" and
founders and .
faith. .
Observance and Rededication our encourage le Mae Miami
Mae Poole,and Char River
their heart warming closing (
Ceremony Saturday, January continuation of involve-
18, in the Terrace Room of ment and dedication while realizing With a fellowship sincere rendition of "Halls of Ivy."
the Dupont Plaza Hotel. The the need for national effort and rare, the undergraduateSorors The thirty-four sorors of Del- .
guest speaker for this mem- as we continue to expandour of Delta Eta were wel- ta Eta Included six from the .ijijjfru- ,'jif' ,
orable occasion was Soror program area in community comed by Soror Geneva Wil- Bahamas: Mellany Zonicle,
Margaret Roach, South At- resources." The Regional liams; a special tribute of Blanche Char Iton,Julie Sands,
lantic Regional Director and Director reminded her so.:cots recognition was given to the Othella Brown, Naomi Saund- R
member of Gamma Rho Omega that for three and a half cen- three charter members of 'ers,Merle Cooper and Linda 4J,.
Chapter of Ft. Lauderdale. tures black Americans have Gamma Zeta Omega who were Lewis. Gratitude from the host
been involved in the national present. Sorors Harriet Hart, chapter was extended by the
Guests of the host sorority Included economic struggle and the Dorothy Edwards and Ida Rad- vivacious Soror Eda DeVeaux,
Soror Pearline Pur- black community has becomea cliff. who presided fo r the entire
year of Florida Memorial College sensitive barometer rootedin programe.
and t h 1 r t y.four under- centuries of the past. "No
graduate sorors of Delta Eta balance sheet," said Soror FLORIDA MEMORIAL BASILEUS HONORED
SORORS PRESENT
Chapter of Florida Memorial. Roach, "can Ignore the in- Soror Rose Stewart, Basi-
justices." The undergraduatesorors Musical moments were ren- leus of Gamma Zeta Omega,
were admonished to dered by Sorors Marsha was presented a bouquet for
REGIONAL DIRECTOR truly embrace the challenge of Campbell and Leona Swilley. competency in office by So- .
SPEAKS the sixties by setting the Following the candle-light ror Albertha Woodbury, found- J 8 I
pace: for the doors are open. dedication service, moderated er's day program committee
The inspiring message of "The job market doors are by Soror Jocelyn Knowles, chairman. Other membersof Lauderdale
Fort ShrinersTo
Soror Roach highlighted the open and lucrative. For none a very special entertainingsong the founder's day committee -
is free until all are free. We fiesta by the young sorors included: Sorors Geneva I
National Projects of Alpha must be involved in the strug- of Delta Eta delighted all: Williams, co-chairman, Join Kazah TempleOn
Kappa Alpha and took a pen- gle for all people" Soror bringing feelings of nostalgia Grace Albert, Gloria

Sunday, Jan. 1 a small sonary. Questions were asked
i representative group of Kazah and answers given,which end-
Drew Junior High Work Experience ProgramDrew Temple 149 of Miami jour- ed with several persons making -
neyed to Fort Lauderdale to plans to become a part of
Junior High School has 14 and 16 and employable.The To be a part cf this program, school credits towards visit the Royal Arch Chapter; the Kazah Temple No. 149.
extended its Work Experience program should provide work a student must have been graduation for work. Royal Palm No. 121 and the Those persons are shown in
Program by adding a girls experience for a student who selected and must abide by all The business gains by Knights Templars of Palm the photo front left to right
program. Teacher coordina- has not been able to success- the rules and regulations.The obtaining a source of part- City No. 37 to extend everyone A. Z. Presley, C. Oakland, C.
tors for this program are Mr. fully express himself in other teacher-coordinator will con- t i m e help that will be addi- an invitation to become a Robinson, E. Cater, E. Shef-
Ed. Bunyan for boys and Mrs. areas and has a need to do so. duct classrooom experiences tionally supervised by a member of the Kazah family. field, N. Norton and J. Robinson -
Marie Floyd for girls. To give Finding a life occupation being met by the students on trained teacher while helping Representatives were JohnW. Second row: C. ShorterA.
a brief explanation of what bears a direct relationship to the job. It Is the responsibility some young person to become Dillard Ezekiel Wallace Mitchell, A. Cox, R.Davis,
this is, it is a program of part the degree of prosperity that of this coordinator to locate employable by building a pool John S. Williams, and Robert, W. Littles. Third row: L.Wil-
time work and designed for will prevail In the community.In employers willing to cooperate of workers for the community.The Wilcox. liams, P. Hughs, J. Dillard,
students who are not plan- this program, students will In the program. The employer must notify the and E. Wallace. Not shown are
ning further training after high spend four hours of the school student must maintain good attendance coordinator if the students While in Ft. Lauderdale the J. Williams and R. Wilcox.
school. The student may be day In classroom studying and behavior records work is poor. Illustrious Potentate John W. The creation of the next novices
:employed at any task judged subjects related to 'on the job' and must be a good employ- We would appreciate it very Dillard, gave a talk on the need will take place during the
*.suitable by the coordinator and experience as well as the regular ment risk in the judgement of much if any merchants who are of unity and cooperation of month of February. The next
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the e m p 1 0 y e r. The) student school subjects. The the teachers and the principal. Interested in this type of each department of the Ma- meeting will be held Jan. 28.
must be between the ages of other part of the day Mil be He will receive wages at the program will contact the
spent in establishments of cooperating regular rate for the type of office; telephone number 633-
NEW COOKBOOKON employers.. '.work that,he does'as well as 6057.
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SOULIf HURRY!? HURRY!!

you like to cook, to make
eating an adventure, but are
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not too sure about"how to pre-
pare" exciting dishes or don't
have a lot of fancy herbs and Gigantic Sale
spices, perhaps it's time to
try a culinary delight. Soul

Food.Soul Food Cookery by Inez i k a Y Now in Progress

Yeargan Kaiser,to be published -
on January 30, is a collec- :
tion of good eating ideas that
originated over three hundred
years ago with Negroes in the

k South.Written to help bridge the SAVE UP TO 60 %

II racial gap through one life's _
II basic needs, Soul Food Cookery : __ _
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J tempt, the palate of any groupof
people rib-sticking OPEN ,EVENINGS 'TIL 9hORJ'S

dishes such as candied yams,
I chitterlings, blackeyed peas,
rice, collardgreensandpickled &I

: This pigs feet.Is not an ordinary INTERRACIAL' DODGE DEALERS (!) 19fLORY'S \

cookbook. It Is written clearly Todd Cochran, left, and Roy Knight, right, partners in Fred R. Nichols
and simply easy to fig FASHION SHOPS . EVERYWHERE!
Dodge, San Francisco "prospect" Mayor Joseph Alioto of that city. Cochranand
and calls
measurements 11I21111TH
ure"
AVENUE (EDISON CENTER
Kniaht formed the interracial
for food stuffs that are both inexpensive partnership several months ago and were I
r and nutritious. welcomed to the Bay Area business community by the Mayor



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UM Gets $300,000For Swenson Named Chairman Of NCCS ;\. I
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Urban Studies Edward' F. Swenson Jr., gram of furthering the ideals Mr. Swenson is a trustee of ;

president of Edward F. Swen- and practice of, brotherhood.The the Greater Miami Coalitionand

NEW YORK. -A $1.8 mil- for the development of. and seminars disseminated son Inc., and an outstanding highlight of the dinner a former campaign chair
lion leader In community affairs, man and chairman of the Board
three-year to the
grant
Southern cooperatives. information on race and pre- each year Is the presentationof
has been appointed chairman, of the United Fund of Dade
Southern Regional Council to Since 1961 social and economic
: ,the Southern Re- judice, Silver Medallions of Bro- '
assist the social civic and of the 17th Annual Brother- County. He is also a former
gional Council has spent over problems, and workers'rights therhood Awards to three out-
hood Dinner of the Florida Re- officer and member of the
economic advancement of mi-
$1.2 million to support local ; a leadership program standing Floridians of the
norities in,the South was an- ,programs that have registered .. that seeks to engage Southern gion of the NaUona 1 Confer- three major faiths who have Community Relations Board.
nounced by the Ford Founda- 'some 1.5 million Negro vot- industrialists and other lead- ence of Christians and Jews, made striking contributions to "Education is the most pow-
tion.The ers. These efforts have helped ers in economic and social development the executive committee of the their communities.Recipientsof erful tool we can employ to
board of governors announced.The dissolve the distrust and
council,an organizationof it sus-
Increase Southern Negro particularly as these awards last year were
100 Southern moderate registration to over three mil relates to Negro workers and formal Dr. Henry King Stanford, picion we encounter daily be-

leaders representing various lion, or 61 per cent of Negro* entrepreneurs; and assistance dinner will$100-a-plate be held at the Fon- president of the University of, tween races, religions, between -
racial, religious, profes- voting age population. Over to' State Councils on Human tainebleau Hotel in Miami Miami; John R. Ring of Ring, individuals .and even"
sional, and business groups, the next three years,the coun- Relations that sponsor inter-' Beach on Tuesday Feb. 11 and Mahoney and Arner and Jay I, minority groups themselves,
will, use a substantial part of cil will concentrate on regis- racial activities.The Klslak. Mr. Swenson pointed out.
the grant to increase; regis- grants to the University is the principal source of funds The NCCJ Is a strong voicein
tering in localities
Negroes
for the NCCJ for Its vast Mr. Swenson, who succeeds
pro- this combat.
tration of Negro voters and to where less than half the Ne- of Miami and Vanderbilt Frank Rooney as general din- Although pro-
assist the gress has been made, one is
growing number of gro voting age population Is on University represent the ner chairman, has voted a
Negro office-holders In the Foundation's first of conscious that so much more
the rolls and on assisting the support
great deal of time and leadership
South, 280 elected Negro officials In urban studies in the South. management of land use. can be achieved. We must all
to his two interests
The Foundation also announced the South, almost all of whom Southern cities are experi- Vanderbilt will focus research major try to get Involved. We can-:
education and inter-
on the development of : not afford to have the Inner
of
rates
: were first elected since 1964. encing population
grants of$300,000 and The council will hire spec- growth well above the national c suburb-county political group relations. fabric of this nation ripped
$350,000 to expand urban stu- consultants to provide average and are facing social, consolidations which have Presently serving as chair- apart by hostility. We raus>\be
dies at two Southern univers- technical and other assistanceto economic, and political prob- been pioneered in the Southeast man of the Investment Com- strong enough to face our

ities, Miami and Vanderbilt. these officials, many of lems generated by rapid urban Through its Urban and mittee and member of the problems, both national and
Regional Development Center Board of Trustees of the Uni- international in unified
-- a $141,000 grant to the whom are unexperienced and change. a and
American Paper Institute for a Ill-educated, and will also At Miami, the recently es- it will also conduct a seriesof versity of Miami, Mr.Swensonis disciplined manner..'
demonstration program at the support special "service cen tablished Center for Urban studies of how metropolitan also actively engaged In fundraising The National Conference of
Rome and Macon'plants of the ters" at four Southern Negro Studies will use Its grant to fragmentation and integration for Yale University Christians and Jews is a national -
Georgia Kraft Company to upgrade colleges that will provide conduct/research and experi- affect law enforcement, his alma mater. He also civic organlzaton, en-
135 low-level, mostly training, staff and research mentation on local political administration of antipoverty helped found the Everglades gaged through its 65 local field
Negro, employees.a assistance, and technical advice institutions as they affect programs, air and water pol- School for Girls in Miami,and offices in promoting better
lution control, and manage- Is a former member of the understanding between'people
-- $150,000 grant to the to officeholders in Mis- ghetto' residents; to investi-
University of Texas for tech- sissippi, Georgia, Louisiana, gate ,the ,role of minority entrepreneurs ment of metropolitan tax sys- Board of Counsellors of Smith of all races,religions and cul-
nical assistance and match- and Alabama. in the metropolitan ,tems. College. tures.

ing project support to founda- Among other council activities area and provide advisory
tions In the Southwest that are that will be supported with services to them; to support a
interested In supporting com- the grant are information and Law School program in which

munity projects. research, Including the pub- students provide legal ser f :! > & k, a'
-- $70,000 to the Southern lication of the,Journal,The vices to poor Negroes and Cubans ;
Consumers Education Foun- New South; a labor education ; and to conduct researchon
dation in continued assistance project that through courses air and water pollution and



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The above architect's sketch ofthe proposed library at Bethune-Cookman

College in Daytona Beach, Florida shows the front area of the $916,304 struc-

ture. It will replace the old Harrison Rhodes Memorial Library, built in 1947.

The new building will house 150,000 volumes, according to Martha M. Berhel,

head librarian at Bethune-Cookman. The present library has 52,000 volumes, t

in a space built for 30,000 more than 20 years ago.

Dr. Johnny Jones of Miami, president of Bethune-COokman College Na- The new facility will be named "Swisher Library" after Carl S. Swisher,

tional Alumni Association announced the 1st Annual B-CC Central Florida a King Edward Cigar executive who donated $200,000 toward the total cost.
The target completion date is October 1969.
Classic, a football contest to be played in Orlando's Tangerine Bowl October
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Frankfort During, Kentucky.a recent meeting at B-CC, a committee from the National Alumni $5 Down

Association discussed advanced ticket sales; distribution of tickets publi- t:1 i : J / lN! R1NG; ; ',8': (rK '

city and promotion seating arrangements; souvenir program layout agenda ON ,OQR ae'&t: laCK

for the Tangerine Bowl Classic programparade route halftime andhospitality.Dr. WEST POINTWith

Jones issued an appeal to all B-CC alumni to inquire 'about the Central
Adjustable Power Panel Can Help!
Florida Classic: in 'an effort to make it a success. .-

Seated left to right: Alfred Hill, president Orlando Chapter; Edward ,- Gives

Jenning, president Alachua chapter; Dr. Johnnie L. Jones, national president ; Slim

Dr. Richard V. Moore, B-CC president and King Rankins, vice president Miami t Appearanctl Healthful '

chapter. Standing: James Keyes, B-CC national alumni secretary; Jack Mc- f Supportl!

Clairen, B-CC athletic director and Stanley Wilson, business manager Miami

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I Racism And The Nf'' "I '* : ,* I (, ,. .
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Cambridge while his own destiny; expanding the treme, policies which lead to .. ..
performing, frequently points ghetto resident's voice in development of a separate You
his black say it--gas you spellit look at the institution of eco- the legitimate demands for
finger at the largely community decislon-making. black economy will consign G.A.S.S. and when interpret -
you nomics. Green power is what
white "a piece of the action" by the
audience
and says,"Now This, also calls for the black to it '
building masses a you are talking taakes America "go." The
leadership of these communi-
here, we .might as well learnto
more effective action permanent income gap. about Ghetto Activities for
,
s o c 1 e t y,Is based on our
live together for our mutual communication between the Systems Sameness. And thats economy. Credit has becomean ties.The

benefits, because you're not ghetto and the power what Elvin Dean of the Urban important part of the total general unavailabilityof
going back to Europe and Pro credit for the ghetto resi-
structure; developing racialp Whitney Young, National league Coordinator for picture of economy.Credit has
not going back to Africa." rid e and selfawarenesswhich Director of the Urban League, G.A.S.S. will be dispensing picture of economy. Credit dent of a reputable establish-

A polite way of saying,what constitute and assertionof has said, "There Is a credibility from now onG.A.S.S..-- works well for white A merica.But ments forces him patronize
the down"merchant
"doUar
every black man, woman and seltrespectlnasocietyper- gap be 1nn1ng to emerge, ghetto activities systems tell It like it is for black ,a
child in America well knows meated by the assumption of and there are forces saying sameness. America and credit is a"lock- disadvantage made worse

that white racism Is the cause, black inferiority, and providea that the cause is hopeless, G.A.S.S. all-started with a up," a Jailor. Look at some when add-on provisions, hid-

and the reason for the racial collective basis for self- that A m e r i c a n white peopleare long, hard, look at what makesour facts. den charges for credit reports -

crisis. And esteem for those who are nots so selfish that they will complicated technical fees for late payments,
,
that Is the '
cause
and the reason for the Urban u stainedby dividual remain silent in this crisis,or American society work. And Black Americans own less etc., are all added on to the

League in the New Thrust focusing achievement. Under these that the American white peopleare for the purposes of the Urban than one-tenth of one percentof account.

on the basic problemof conditions the ghetto itself congealtlally .1 m moral League, whats makes the same the nations capital stock. Credit in general is hardto

discrimination and racism may be converted from a place and so bankrupt that it Is futile systems of society work for Much of the business enter- come by for the ghetto resi

while working toward social, where ills are compounded into eve n to try to bring' about white people, while imposing prise ''operating within black dent. What is worse, when the

change. an instrument of constru- change. I don't believe this, great hardships on black ghettos are owned by outsiderswho poor borrow money Interest

tive change. but not because I think that a people. Every person's life, in many instances rates may go as high as 48%.,

The Urban League is not an lot of Americans are going to their very exlstance, white or practice abusive credit and by debt adjusters, loan sharks,

anti-poverty. agency. It must The Urban will work get more moral. They are black, functions around a set pricing policies and sell inferior and finance companies.
attack problems of poverty because League simply to in- merchandise. Because Thats but a brief look at
going get more of basic institutions.These include -
the majority of black more vigor 0 u sly and telligent." the there is but little competitionfor credit for black America.And
family, government
creatively than before to ,
promote thats but of the
Just one
people are but it the ghetto dollar such many
poor, recog- full scale Integration.This education, health, recreationand ,
nizes that so long as discrimination religion. Whatever human business endure, if not institution s our society

based on race means unqualified in- Thats our stand-as we fight needs we allbave,there is an prosper, and the poor pay the revolves around.
cor ationof
0 r black
p for "equal results" for black G.A.S.S. to help
exists in American society, institution existing to satisfy price. Income equality be- porposes
Americans the basis
on of
either in present practice or people--we gather our forcesin those nee d s. Then are the tween blacks and whites is make this system, and all
equality and mutuality, as a the battle of racism to others work for the benefit of
in the results of discrimination pro impossible unless
needs of people different because totally
mat t e r of right, not c o n- vide white Americans with-- black citizens as well as they ;
in the past, all other pro- cession rid of of race?No.They why do blacks acquire a significantshare
blems will be Intensified. Its ; getting racial intelligence white people realize satisfaction in the ownership of d o now for white, by Im-
unconscious condescensionand
continuing thrust Is to from America'n institutions business enterprise. An plementing a plan to bring the

eliminate race as a factor In conscious paternalism, as well as The basic social change themselves, but in awareness of this fact and the entire black community together -
discrimination
American' life. This distinguishes having whites ; which the Urban League seeksIs the manner in which they function need for black ghettos to have in a meaningful sense of"together"of
accept a
the Urban League elimination of racism, and for the suppressed societyand some control over their own'economic developing a
minority role and share
power united
from agencies dealing shifts against them. It means the e f fectsof racism, from for the dominant society.As destiny as a condi- strong need, to do community.We this .
primarily with the problemsof American society. an illustration take a tion of freedom has lead to realizingthat
really mixed
neighborhoods
whose with the black man has been
poverty concern along with Jobs, schools, etc. condition ed to think only of
black people and other minori-
It means undertaking the compensatory self as a matter os survivalin
ties arises from the fact that ,
measure which Gets Rockefeller Fund the slave system. We not
they are a victims.moo g poverty'sprincipal make for real equality and league only distrust the white man,

changing institutions and but each other as well. This ,

Although this new emphasisb practices in order to close the For Ghetto Aid must change, if the dream of
racial gap. It requires freedom is to be a reality.;
r log s the Urban League '
closer to the problems and the present effective laws implementation civil of The National Urban League Whitney M. Young,Jr., exe- "IA "Black Chamber of Com The problems of black

people of the ghetto, it does providing announced receipt of a $250- cutive director of National merce" serving three Indiana people in Goulds are the pro-

not diminish its commitmentto etc.rights and in housing, Jobs,voting, 000 grant from the Rockefeller Urban League, stated that: cities. blems of black people in Opa-

the elimination of whatever new legislation Brothers Fund to be used in "The Urban League's drive to Organization of 11 precinct locka. The citizens of Rich

continues to limit any Negro establishing the rights of furthering the League'saction bring about basic changes in development corporations in mond Heights must be prepared -

because of his race. It remains people as consumers. programs In the ghettos of 21 our society, changes that will Boston's ghettos. financially, spirtually

committed to closing both The major reasons why the cities. improve the lives of all Creation of a "United Black and in every way, to assist

parts of the racial gap, the Urban League will intensify The Urban League's pro- Americans, will be helped by Fund" to solicit money from the citizens of Liberty City--

racial gap associated with efforts toward Integrationwhile gram to build"Ghetto Power" this gift. We plan to Insure that ghetto residents and the com- should their needs take pre-

poverty and the racial gap giving new and major will involve creation of con- the black ghetto has a major munity at large in Columbus to cedence at any time.

which confronts those who emphasis development of'centrated programs to build responsible voice indecisionsthat support economic development
The will strive to
have achieved a measure of the black ghetto are; the internal economic, politi- affect it, and that black way we ,
affluence. In saying that the cal, and social strength of the people have the power to build Support for black public officials accomplish this is by organizing -

middle-class Negro is better black community. decent, prosperous communities. who have won political a League of District

able to fend for himself than (1)). Unless it continues to Laurance Rockefeller, ." control of a county in Georgia.The Councils, composed of
work energetically and chairman of the Rockefeller residents of each geographic
the poor of the ghetto, we are financing rehabilitated -
not unmindful that he cannot visibly on this front,the Urban' Brothers Fund, said, "We believe The Ghetto Power drive was housing for resale to low- area in Dade County.

participate fully and equally In I League will contribute to the that this Urban League officially launched last month income families in Omaha. The first step is defining and

American society without trend toward polarization. It program, based on the self- with the creation of a special Assisting the Pittsburgh then sectioning our communityinto

basic changes in institutionsand is not enough to keep saying help principle, can be Impor- National Field Services Department ghetto to work for adequate and specific areas. Urban

practices. that, of course, the League tant in helping black people ; directed by Sterling responsive law enforcement. League staff will then take

still holds to the ultimate goalof break out ofthe strait Jacket of Tucker. Decentralization of ghetto .surveys as to what the peoplesee

Neither does this new emphasis integration. UnlessIt poverty and frustration. Whatis area schools in Seattle. as problems that need immediate -

mean that the Urban demonstrates this belief, significant and promising is Among the specific examples Ending "at-large" elections action. Once the

League is diminishing its historic its new emphasis is bound to that the program gives support of the programs the Lea- for city councilmen in surveys is completed, task

role a's mobillzer"of the be interpeted as'an abandonment ' to pro jects"that the people in' gue will.undertake are: .Tampa, Florida.. force,; composed or resi-

conscience and goodwill of its historic positionand the communities involved An economic self-help pro-: ',1 The newgrant,together' dents and 'resource people

among white Americans to role. themselves see as their way to gram for the 15 predominantly with previously announced from the white community,

combat racism and its effects.R dignity and equal opportunity. black counties of southern grants of $1,050,000 by the will grapple with the resolvingof

a t her, the new emphasis (2). Advance on the integra- ." Alabama. Ford Foundation,and$300,000by these problems.

challenges the white element tion fro n t is essential to the Rockefeller Foundation,

with which the League has built of any efforts to build up theg bring the League close to its The League of'District

bridges across the racial gap h e 11 o, for unless new and NAACP National President goal of$2 million for the spec- Councils will be an independent

to commit Itself more funda- greater opportunities are ial ghetto programs.Thatsum structure, with various

mertally, to close the gap,not opened in the broader society To Speak At FMC represents about a third of the sub-divisions, with the Urban

Just build bridges across it, efforts within the ghetto can Klvle Kaplan, NAACP struggle for equality in our League's total fund campaign League providing the pro-

and to accept and achieve only !Head to share poverty, President, will be the honorable communities. goal for the year. fessional services.We .

massive, not merely token, integration Isolation from the main : guest of the Opa-locka have the plan, the black

and true equality In stream, andi, intensified ,Branch of NAACP, January I community needs GASS. Lets

life results.. frustration. The goal "to :26, 4p.m.at Florida Memorial URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES: get ourselves together and"go
equalize life results" can be I College, teacher's auditorium with "
achieved L. E. /. P. 1112 NW 62nd St. 758.5551 GASS.
True integration is achieved ultimately only by the 15800 NW 42nd Avenue, Opa- -
who view full and complete integrationof LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT '
only among people 'locka. ;WMftfV:: : : !: ;:;:;:::!:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
each other as equals or peers. the black people and other 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302 I
Mr. Kaplan is well known WEEK iP
The growing chasm betweenthe minorities into the general NEXT
for his work in liberalism, OPERATION EQUALITY
middle class both black American community.For example '
,
equal opportunity andcivil 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268 I
black the development of :
and white and the ghetto ,
right moves. This Is the time 2338 All-Baba Avenue 685.0342
G.A.S.S. I&ffxaR.
must be reversed. This calls black owned business_ : % {
for Dade Countians to pay; tribute 12th Avenue 358.2226 ,.
536 S. W.
for building the ghetto's In through ghetto based capital ;1 : : ;::: ::::.:::;;;:::::::;:;:::;:::;:::;:;:;:::
to a man, who help pave 6740 NW 15th Avenue 691.3811
ternal political power to in- accumulation cannot be any. -
'the behind the scenes for
way ,
its bargaining position realistic estimates begin to DEVELOPMENT
crease ; COMMUNITY. LEADERSHIP
Justice and freedom for all mi-
developing true local control meet the economic crisis of 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264 NMftft'T
:nority people.
institutions to the black The '?
over ghetto provide community. CITIZENS CORPS
black is not Mrs. Bessie L. Brunt, AI'EL 4ve"vA.
more leadership community poor 693.4302
6207 NW 27th Avenue -
increasingthe primarily through lack of Internal -, 1 president of the NAACP Opa- nea r to you o. your
positions, :locka Branch extends an Invi.., f.l.phon*. Giv u. a cell.allv .
resident's sense of capital accumulation FAMILY PLANNING '
ghetto 10 .'. 1104 NW 3rJAv
control over his own destiny; for local business,but through I tation to all the people of Dade 4638 NW 27th Avenue 633.2573 *. FR 98451. Ch... C.
expanding the ghetto resi- Inadequate employment in the 'I County, Jan. 26, to attend this Nerth. Mano. f

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 24, 1969
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Publishers Told Big Business Demands "Solid Return"..

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On Its Investments

I Thomas, Principal speaker at the
NEW ORLEANS. While is one of the few held afternoon. These sions included Ben
sources from was given by BishopHaroldR, Friday Jim Mad- evening banquet was Louis E.
big businessmen are sympa- which information may be ob- Perry were devoted to "improving:: associated press; Martin, executive editor,Chi-
Item
thetic to the struggle of blacks tained pertaining to black people President G. Leon Netter. news content," and "sales di- den, New Orleans States and Life; cago Daily Defender. He was
Chandler,Time ;
to secure equality,they never- which never appear in the ville of Southern University t mens Ions through black Dave New Orleans introduced by John H. Seng.
theless demand a dollar-for- white Baton awareness" Moderator of the jack Wardlaw,
press Rouge introduced th<) stacke, publisher, Sengstacke
dollar" return on their invest- tn brief ceremony preced- luncheon speaker, Dr. JohnG,: news panel,was Charles Loeb, States Item; William publishing P.Grayson Co.- Publications. The invocationwas

ment. ing the noon luncheon meeting Lewis, Jr., grand' master,,, managing editor of the Cleve- and,Kenneth Johnson Wilson, Afro-; given by Dr. A, L. Davis,
This view was stressed land Call-Post,
Phillip B, Baptiste, an Prince Hall Masons. Dr Jr
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Friday by panelists, repre- aide to Mayor Victor H. Lewis paid tribute to the late; participants in the two ses Americana
senting five of the largest schiro, presented plaque anda Carl Murphy, publisher of the.
business concerns in the nation to the to Afro-American
gold "key city, Newspapers,
during a session here in John H, Murphy, III, NNPA as "a source of perpetual inspiration -:
G"'ool"o..tl\
the Roosevelt Hotel, of the president and head of the Afro- ." He also praisec
Mid-Winter Workshop of the American Newspapers, Baltimore "the integrity of civic contra

National Newspaper Publishers The plaque bore the butions" of C. C. Dejoie, Jr.,, She fun place wo shop... auth -
Association. inscription "honorary citizenof host to the workshop! and edi-
Participants in the panel the City of New Orleans." tor of the Louisiana Weekly.
session, devoted to "Cooper- Invocation for the luncheon Two panel sessions were
ative Advertising," agreed

that sorely the needs business the community minority Bahamas Sentences HL

press. They said their firms !
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prime regard medium the Negro of communication press as a- 4 Haitians To HangNASSAU

but the Negro press,like Four Haitian Dorce was shot death
the white press, must providea been sentenced
rebels have by while dining with friends in
return each dollarspent"
"good on Bahamian authorities to hang Freeport last July 8, shortly ' +
on advertising.The for the assassination of Hai- after taking over his new post. L 'ti
panelists were: RichardA tian Vice Consul Joseph An-
Meadows, sales merchan- tonie Dorce. All the defendants admitted < .
dise manager, J. C. PenneyCo. A 12-man jury deliberated membership in a New York- t
.; Dewey Zufelt, regional three hours before finding Ga- based political I movement
manager, Maison Blanche briel Magliore, HUdson dedicated to the overthrow of
Tire Co.Richard; A. Mea- Pollard, Raoul Lorfils and Haitian President-for-life
dows, group advertising man- Francois Doc" Du-
John Claude Durand guilty of "Papa w
ager, Sears Roebuck and Co.; the slaying. valipr
Orville Reish, advertising .> r
7-Up Bottling Co -- - - - -
manager ; - - -
and Maury Mid 1 o w, WDSU- I tI GODBEE'SLaundry
TV, New Orleans. Kenneth I : 4 ?
Wilson, vice president for advertising & .
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of the AfroAmerican I (,,,,tlllll S 51
Newspapers, served as 1/
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moderator of the session.In Dry Cleaners I ".h I II
opening the
day's pro- I :
gram, Dr. Norman Wilson, I Y : ;
chairman of the Departmentof I 4308 NW 7th Ave I II
Commerce of Southern University -
said "the Negro tt 1 One Day Service t:1:1
press serves many important I Alteration :
functions in the community. It t
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THF MIAMI TIUP Pridflv; Imitnrv 9A 1040 17
Hospital Charges Up $4 For Medicare PatientsMedicare "

patients in Miami of the hospital bill for which Medicare Law calls for an Lewis Pushes For Public i HearingsOn I
can expect to pay a slight the patient is responsible-was annual review of the deductible _
greater portion of hospital increased from $40 to $44 beginning charges. If the review shows a New Insurance Law
bills in 1969 Miss Dorrith
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January I
1969. great change in hospital costs, I I
Leipziger, officer in chargefor Miss Leipziger explained the deductible is adjusted.The! State Representative Gerald Matthews, chairman of the widely publicized with as.
Social Security the that this increase was made 1969 increase results from Lewis has offered to serve as Standing Insurance Committee much advance notice as possible
Model City Office announcedthis necessary because of the ris- review of cost made in 1968. "a subcommittee of one" if i suggesting that this to give the people a real
week deductible-the that the hospital Insurance ing cost of hospital care Miss Leipziger pointed out necessary, and at his own,expense committee may have to do the opportunity to be present"
portion throughout the country. The that while the deductible increase to conduct public hear- job. Lewis concluded his letterto
amounts to ten percent, ings throughout the state, to Matthews by saying that
the Increase in the portion of hear the public's views on the According to Lewis, "The "the people of Florida have
the overall bill that is paid by subject of the new insurance chairman of the Interim Com- not been protected, whetherby
mittee has shown no desire to
the patient will be slight. law. failure of their laws or of
Where the medicare patient "We have heard from the insurance conduct the kind of searchingand their elected officials'.'
paid 10% ota$400 hospital bill, companies. Now the penetrating investigationthat
he pays only one percent people must be heard," said is necessary. He has also -
more or 11% in 1969.The per- Representative Lewis in his limited the scope of his inquiry -
Senator to the extent that it has
\ centage is even less, of letter to Dempsey -
course, on higher bills Barren chairman of the> become} difficult to pursue the '
"Watchdog" Committee to real problems." DOUCLI ACTION
Miss Leipziger said there :
RS GRAY NAiRIIKE'cs3
I t?4 1. R is also a 10% increase in the study the California Plan.
hospital "coinsurance" At the same time,Lewis has Lewis has suggested that the ; 2 DRESSES IIAlllN! MICE
\ written Representative Carey statewide hearings "shouldbe
amount this is the part paid
by the patient after he has been
in the hospital 60 days or in a Getting music to sound right in a
skilled nursing home 20 days. studio is of
matter
Miss Leipziger explainedthat f a getting a
the deductible is paid perfect balance of elements."9e
only once by a hospital medi-
care enrollee during a benefit The same thing I expect appliesto

t ri period.No increase. in the Medical getting a great gin..a perfect

insurance (Doctor Bill) Deductible balance of elements..dryness, flavor
or premium is anticipated : the works.That's what I find inGordon's
at present she said.
Gin.99
"This deductible is currently :
$50 and is incurred only once r.'JU.k. I Ih
during a calendar year." Roy Eaton, Composer, Pianist; Music Director ot Benton& Bowles, Inc..one ot
the ration largest advertising agencies; winner ot Kosciustko Foundation
For more information coni i E first Chopin Award; International recitalist; recording artist for Mac Records.

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E E I'How_ _Black Power Is Interpreted Can Make Or Break U.S.

0 NEIGHBORHOOD Howard J. Samuels, Small dependence and manhood,-are ship. sponded well In providing a $7
0 Business Administrator, not talking about black poweras The aim of Project OWN Is, million capital pool for black.
P warned that the way America you and I are," Samuelssaid. to bring black,Americans Into businesses, and said the banks
SERVICESCULMER Q interprets "black power" full and equal participation in have participated In about half
could or break the nation's "They are seeking to gild America's economic an dso- of the loans made this year.
racial problems of to-the ghetto, they are talking cial life. It stands in opposi- But Samuels said that this
t day." about segregation, and they. tion to promoting two separate effort was insufficient, and
In a speech before the Ur- along' with their black counterparts societies," he said. urged the Urban League to help
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS ban League Houston,Texas, -- are urging the Ne- During the first five monthsof organize the' city's business
< Samuels said he sees black gro to self-genocide." Project OWN, Samuels said community to provide the
Phil Johnson-Acting Area CoordinatorCora self-determination as the an- Samuels said, the nation's that SBA has made double the "creative planning,and man-
Miranda Public Affairs Officer swer to America's racial concerned black and white number of loans to black businesses agerial counseling needed to

problems I but warned that I leaders and citizens, must iIi Houston that it made fill the experience gap In the
NEW CULMER "THING"The "there are black and white extremists translate "black power" into: last year black community and permit

Culmer Neighborhood Center is proud to'present the who would translate constructive economic and political He noted that the Houston black Americans to enter the
Citizens in the Central Downtown area the Culmer"Thing" self-reliance into separatism terms. banking community re. free enterprise system.. '
The Culmer "thing' Is a monthly series of service (s) parties "Some whites who say they lie said that this was the aim
Community Action was the first Culmer "thing held 13 Jan are for building black institu- of Project OWN, the Small
1969 (Monday) at the Neighborhood Center. The speaker was tions, giving blacks a say in Business Association pro- I
Arthur H. King, Sr. Center Administrator. The address with running their communities, gram instituted by Samuels to I i
time allowed for questions and answers were completed within and promoting black pride,in- promote black entrepreneur-I Family
30 minutes. His remarks were centered
A_'" A.rAA ft' ".A ...._ _L L . _around the activities 'j'jI
auu acivivca ai me a. eigiiuomooa
center. Also, how the
Citizens should becomethoroughly acquainted with services and] The Perrine Youth Opportunity Center has a Karate Class Health
participation activities rendered at their Neighborhood going with a black belt instructor of Perrine Mr. Roger Smith.

Center. The classes are held every Tuesday, Wednesday, and ..
Activities began promptly at eight p.m. The activities con- Thursday. Mr. Phillip Bullard former Housing Counselor is Canter
sisted of Dancing, Cards and Bingo.The highlight of activitieswas now a social service assistant.
a Pie Walk Guest enjoyed walking for 15 assorted Pies
with the latest recorded music. CREDIT UNION
At intervals, during the evening,make a deal door prizes"were The South Miami Neighborhood Credit Union's Club is sponsoring Since the doors of the Family Health Center opened June
given. Door prizes Included items of groceries (gift a Politics and Government Class at the South MiamiJr. 10, 1968, every aspect of the medical field has been explored.Our .
wrapped) and laundry detergents.The High School every Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. This is a patients are screened to determine their needs. The
refreshments served were the old fashion covered non-credit course dealing with Operations of City Governmentsin screening takes in routine laboratory workdental, work,vision
dishes, including homemade cakes and cookies and the Culmer the South Miami Area. A certificate upon successful com- and hearing.
'thing" punch given and served by the Culmer staff. Approxi- pletion will be awarded after thirteen(13)) weeks completion Our Family Health Audiometric Technician, Miss Velma
mately 150 citizens enjoyed the advent of the first monthly of the coprse. Speed is trained to detect the type and extent of hearing loss
Culmer "thing". The South Miami EOPI Federal Credit Union's Annual Meet- and make referrals to the Audiologist. The Audiologist ( a
ing will be held on Friday,January 31,at 7:30: p.m. in the South person who specializes in testing of hearing) gives further
CIRCUS Miami Neighborhood Center, 6581 S.W. 59th Place.The entire testing and makes referrals to the Otolaryngologist, ( a I
Teenagers and children of the Child Opportunity Centers of community and interested persons are invited. Come out and physician who specializes in the diseases of the ears, nose
the Central area were treated to a delightful evening Jan. 15 give us your moral support. Refreshments will be served. and throat) who decides if medical treatment is needed.I
at the Miami Beach Auditorium. They were the guest of the The Audiometric Technician can determine by a variety of
Barnum and Bailey Circus. The trip was made possible with SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB hearing tests whether loss of hearing is due to nerve damageor
the efforts of the Showmans Association, of which Mr. Leo The Marshall Williamson's Senior Citizens Club held their to poor transmission sound through the bone to the nerve.It .
Stein is president and Mr. Syd Click is the Board Chairman. annual re-election of officers on Thursday, January 16. Mrs. may be found that the child who is hard of hearing can be

_..Two busses donated partly for the occasion,along with many Edith Slater was the president elected. Mrs. Maggie Fryar is helped by something as simple as moving wax from the ears.
sian members ana citizens drove private cars for transporta the retiring president. There are many possible causes deafness and many fac-
tion. Some 300 children CHILD OPPORTUNITY CENTEROn tors which increase the likelihood of deafness. These "risk
enjoyed
a 2 1/2 hour show and
an 15th children invited to attend the factors" should alert to the of deafness and
evening of fun were returned to the center and waiting January our were exciting one possibility ,
to take them home. parents Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, at the cause one to carry out or to have carried out the appropriatetests.

Parents are still expressing thanks for their Miami Beach Convention Hall. The children were very thrilled It must always be remembered that the child born
children to allowing and excited over each performance. It was an evening to with delayed or defective speech should most certainly have
see a Circus for the first time In their lives.
remember, in future time to come, for each child that attended. his hearing tested by an expert.
CLOTHING OUTLETThe The staff at the South Mia miChlld Opportunity Center, would The child who does not hear well will not answer well and

Opa-locka Neighborhood Center week like ,very much to thank theMiam1Showmen'sABsociation for thus his learning of speech is delayed by his limited language
opened a one
clothing outlet "Free Store" to members of the Opa-locka such a rewarding and educational afternoon. ** Experience. When the loss in hearing is great voice qualityis

Neighborhood. Families who are eligible for the poverty program BROWNSVILLE RESIDENT GOES TO WASHINGTON affected imfavorably.A child with a language disorder needs
in addition to
may come to the Neighborhood Center,and select froma Mr. Willie Dillard, an active resident of the Brownsville special training speech training.
very good line of clothing for children and adults. This wear- Community, attended the Neighborhood Health Center Seminar Hearing trouble, too, shows up In habits. Your child may
ing apparel, being given away free, was made possible by do- (NHC) in Washington, D.C. January 13-14. cock his head to one side, misunderstand orignore instruc-
tions, speak too softly or too loudly or act Inattentive and rest-
nations to the ,
Neighborhood Center Representatives from Chicago, Illinois, Nashville, Tenn,
less-all because he cannot understand the sounds
The North Dade Improvement Association, Inc., now has its Boston, Mass., Miami, Fla., Los Angeles,Calif.,Atlanta,Ga., around him.
official Charter from Tallahassee. The next meeting of the New York, N.Y., Minneapolis, Minn., and Berkeley,Calif, met The Audiology staff of the Family, Health Centers renders
service of which is directed
North Dade Improvement Association, Inc., is scheduled for to "Iron out problems of the Family Health Services and im- high quality toward promoting

Tuesday evening, January 28, at7:30p.m. Mr.Charles Curry, plement methods for improving services to their respective good hearing
president, is seeking to enroll a membershipof least 3,000 communities. Mrs. Lula Tharpe and Dr. George Simpson represented HEALTH HINT-Wonder Where to Walk?Allow a little extra'
time and walk part or all the to work the store
way
grocery ,
subscribers to this corporation, as we have 3,600 poor peoplein Miami, Also.
or church. Or if you have real zest for walking join a hiking
the Dillard's other activities include ,
memberof
Opa-locka area. JOIN NOW! Call the Community Mr. community :a
Organizer or the Area Director of the Opa-locka NeighborhoodCenter the V.LP. Club (Very Important Parents of the Brownsville club. Whether you are a teenager or a grandparent, make it
at 681-4683 to Join. JOIN NOW! Child Opportunity Center); Executive Board Member of the a daily habit to get your feet on the ground and walklBritt's !

YOUTH ACTIVITY: If you do not know what to do with your Family Health Center' Member of the Brownsville Advisory
children on Saturday mornings, provide a good experience for Board and President of a Block Club. He resides with his
them, by sending them to the Neighborhood Center.We have a family at 4661 N.W. 24th Court. Beauty Walk
complete staff composed of volunteers from Jr. College ATHALEE RANGE CONTRIBUTES BUS
students, and two staff members, who are conducting an ongoing On Wednesday, January 15, Mrs. Athalle Range, City 9203 N W 22nd A V E. 69 '1-9837
ENRICHMENT PROGRAM on Saturday mornings, from Commissioner, financed a Metro Bus that transported children We Specialize in Wig Car. _
9:00 from Brownsville Child Center to the Permanent and Expert,Styling{ '" Per tu fan Relaxers
a.m. to 1:00 p.m.This program consist of arts and_crafts Opportunity Ringling . '1, '1I\\f.\:\ _'.
and other meaningful activities. Brothers.. 'Barnum'and Bailey Marcus on Miami Beach. -"'
Because other Interest and concern,ninety-five(95)) children wigs" 'Reg. $8.50 95
who would not have been able to go to this memorable event SPECIAL 3
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4 Operators to Serve You
The children, parents and staff extend their deepest
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fortunate and extremely happy to have a public official who is and chiefhairttylist TUES. & WED.)
dedicated to coraunity progress.

500 Low Rent Housing

Units ApprovedThe I PETE'S in The GROVE


construction of 500 additional the federal government will 3672 Grand Ave

low-rent housing unitsIn provide a rent supplement to Phone 444-8572
Dade County was approved keep rentals down.

Tuesday by the Housing and Of the 500 units, 100 will be Formal Wear Rental
Urban Development Department designed for elderly tenants.
Some of the houses, Rep. A Complete Selection of

Private contractors will Claude Pepper said, may be MEN'S FORMAL WEAR & ACCESSORIESWillie
Education; Mrs. G e n e s t a Sweeting, Neighborhood Center build the houses,Dade's Little built on land cleared by urban
Educational Counselor, is shown in the above picture directingan Hud" will release them and renewal grants. Leonard, Owner (JF) |
Integrated group of Senior Citizens In Basic Education. --
These classes are held each week, on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM, INC.
at the Neighborhood Center. If you know of Senior Citizens in OF DADE COUNTY .
our area who have not availed themselves of this service, Mr. A
Contact your nearest neighborhood center
Benny L. O'Berry the Area Director, is anxious to have them Madam Ann.
enrolled. please have them call the Neighborhood Center, 681- Center Address Spiritual Reader and Advisor fU:
4683. Transportation will be provided.A Culmer-490 N.W. 11th Street
meeting will be held in the,neighborhood center on the Brownsville-2741 N.W.. 49th Street Money Are'or you Job facing Trouble difficult? Drink, Love problems or Family? Poor Trouble Health??

Farm Labor Program with Mr. Louis Melendez as guest Liberty City-1900 N.W. 75th Street Do you wont more happiness and good fortune In life? --
speaker from the State of California, Tuesday January 28, at Coconut Grove-3743 Grand '(Cdconut Grove) if you have any of these problems or othersllee/ them,
7:30 p.m. We're asking all persons in the Perrine, Goulds,'and Perrine-17801 Homestead Avenue (Perrine) dear friend, there Is wonderful news of a remarkable
Naran ja areas to come out. John F. Kennedy-422 S.W.l1th Avenue (Homestead) new numbers.way of help. Also your lucky days and lucky
Madam
See Ann today. $5 reading, (3 with Ad.
The neighborhood children along with members of the Opa Locka-2338 All Baba Avenue (Opa Locka) OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. NO: APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
Perrine C.O.P. had a fine time at the Ringling Brothers Cir- Edison Little River-7467 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone
: 691-9583 9751, N. W. 27th Avenue
cus held at Miami Beach Convention Hall, a total of 127 South Mfarr I-6581 S.W. 59th Place (South Miami)
MIAMI. ORIDAr
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 24, 1969

MEMORIAM RANGEBen Sampson Oliver of 1453 NW
IN
70th St., died Jan. 19. He is
In sad, but loving memoryof Sanders of 512 SW 6th survived by his wife Eva Mae;

I L CARDS ERIALSDEATHS I.I I. our dear husband and father, Ave., died Jan. 14. Remains a son;four daughters; two bro
..... _._N_ _., to
were shipped Pelham Ga. thers; two sisters; and 15

for final rites. grandchildren. Remains will

Ervin Glover, Jr., of 2375 be shipped to Chipley, Fla.for

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM NW 43rd St., died Jan. 20. He final rites.

is survived by his parents Mr.
family of the late In loving of Harry Cleare of 1533 NW
, In loving memory of memory.........- -- and Mrs. Ervin Glover, Sr.; a 73rd St., died Jan. 19. He is

MRS. RENA O'KELLY brother and grandparents. survived by a daughter; five
Services were held Tuesday,
would like to express their sons; three brothers, three
in the chapel.
thanks and appreciation for the sisters and 20 grandchildren.
Lemuel Jenkins of 2479
kind acts of condolences shown Leo Services will be held Friday,
through your cards, flowers, NW 81st Ter., died Jan. 17,at at 3 p.m. at Church of Incarnation -
)He Is
Mercy Hospital. sur-
telegrams and visits. .
vived his wife three
by Odaree; ,

The daughters; a son,seven grand- Mrs. Ollie Smith of 3616
FamilyIN
McQueen L children. Services were held died 18 at
____.___..nn_.. .......___, Grand Ave., Jan. ,
Wednesday, at Mt. Zion Bap- Jackson Hospital. She is sur-

MEMORIAMIn FRED WILEY SR. tist Church. vived by her daughter Maggie

who departed this life Jan.23, James Howard of 2270 Ser- Griffin; one sister Drewcillar
,
memory of our dear wife M 1962. vice Rd., Opa-locka, died Jan. Hacker; three brothers.. Ser

and mother, The summer rosebuds 17, at Veterans Hospital. He vices will be held Thursdayat
blossom forth and fade
1y) They is survived by his wife Du- 3:30 p.m. from Sweetfield
But in
memoryThe their bennie; two sisters. Services Baptist Church.
image beauty will be held Saturday in the
... never change.
chapel. Marion Whit of 3229 NW
JAMES E. LUCAS JR. And our love one
may
10th Ct. died Jan. 19. He is
of 4219 NW ,
Johnnie
MRS. VIRGINIA NEWBOLD GEE GEE Whose earthly cycle Berry
who departed this life January Has ended, always live in the 32rd Ave., died Jan. 20, at survived by a sister Mrs. Al-

who departed this life Jan.17, 13, 1968. memory of our heart. Veterans Hospital. He is sur- berta Whorley. Services were

1968. His life is a beautiful memory vived by his wife Cora; a son, held ThursdaY'in the chapel.

In our hearts there will always His absence, A Silent grief, The Family a daughter, three grandchildren -
remain a thought in which He sleeps in God's lovely gar- three sisters and a bro- Mrs. Catherine Harmon of
love will be. For a woman who den ther. Services will be held Sat 4300 SW 28th St., Hollywood

dedicated her life for the workof Resting in perfect peace. AN EXPRESSION OFAPPRECIATION urday, at 10 a.m. in Antioch died Jan. 17. She is survivedby

God. "We love her but Je- May light perpetual shineupon Baptist Church., her husband Arthur; a son

sus loves her best." We bid r him. Willie Mack Moncriefof five sisters, two brothers,

you farewell. The family of the late 3339 NW 53rd St., died Jan. nieces and nephews. Serviceswill
The FamilyIN MRS. BESSIE McLVEENwish be held Saturday,at 1 p.m.
15. He is survived by a daughter -
Zeph Newbold, husband to express our heartfelt Pamela; his parents Mr. at New Bethel Baptist Church.M. .
MEMORIAMIn thanks and appreciation to all
Roosevelt, Frederick, and Mrs. Elijah Moncrief; six
CATHERINE MEADOWSwho
MRS. of our friends for the
Zeph sons and many
Family
sisters and four brothers.
departed this life Jan. 19, sad but loving memory of kindnesses rendered duringour
1965. the late. period of bereavement. Services were held Thursdayat H. RAHMINGSLeslie
You left such that 3 p.m. in the chapel.IN .
a
IN MEMORIAMIn memory Your telephone calls, visits,
I will linger always with us. flowers cards let-
prayers, ,
MEMORIAM Rollins of 236 NW 17
memory ofWILLIAM Sadly missed by: ters and otter fine deeds gave
_ St., died Jan.13.Services were
Peter Meadows, husband us great comfort during this In memory of my dear hus-
held Wednesday at St. Agnes
Thelma, Catherine and Vera very difficult experience.We band, our father and brother
Church.
Episcopal
daughters would like to offer spec-

Kermit and Rudolph, sons ial thanks to the neighbors of :tT___ Mrs. Susie E. Spears of 258

4r The Blatch Family 62nd Ter., the nurses and en- NW 11th St., Apt. 101 died in
i tire staff of Jackson Memorial Y Jackson Hospital. She is sur-

Hospital, members of A.M. vived by three sons Moses and
CARD OF THANKSThe Cohen Temple Church of God Johnnie Felder and Isbie Bell

\, in Christ, Elder A. M. Cohen t Jr.; two daughters Marie
family of the late minister, and the Range Fun- grand and two great grand-'
MRS. MARION BYRD eral Home and staff. children.

who departed this life Dec. 24, WILLIAM DAVIS May God continue to bless .

1968 wishes to express their 'who departed this life Jan. 22, :each of you and may your

feelings of gratitude and sin- ]1966. Gone, but not forgotten. lives be long, full and rich. BAIN'SIsaac
cere appreciation to the num-
erous friends who shared with Mable F. Davis, wife Mrs. Mary Ford, Live Oak, Nelson of South Miami
sister died Jan. 20, at Baptist Hos-
them in their hour of
sorrow. Mr. and Mrs.Willie Carvin, pital. He is survived by his
Special thanks to Mrs. Sussie CARD OF THANKS '
Live Oak, sister and bro- wife; two sons Kermit and
FLOYD SULLIVA I Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie
The family of the lateMRS. therinlawMrs. Isaac George; one brother Jacob -
who died Jan. 24 1959. Hines the nieghbors, No.4Usher's
Ethel Anderson, Live and cousins Lille John-
Board of Israel
"Our finest hope is finest'Bethel and Oak, sister MR. OTIS TARPLEY i son and Bradshaw family.Arrangements -
thanks
to the
many
memory." Manker Funeral Home. Y kxSr Mr. Grant Hills, Orville, who departed this life January : are incomplete.Mrs. .
Calif., brother 25, 1967.
Clara Sullivan and Family May God bless you all. Mrs. Christine Tiggs,niece Just a cluster of thoughts Bloneva Louise Arm-

140 nieces and nephews. sprinkle with a million tears 'brister of 3161 Douglas Rd., I
Flossie Jenkins, daughterThe God alone knows how we miss (Coconut Grove died Jan. 20.

Thomas and Byrd you, as it dawns two sad I She is survivedbyherhusband
CARD OF THANKSThe
Families CARD OF THANKSThe years.today. ]Hermon; two sons; twodaughters -

j two grandchildren, one
family of the late '
cnegA
CARD OF THANKS; R family of the late Mrs. Marjorie Tarpley, 'brother: and two sisters.. Services -
A DEMUS DELOACHwish wife and Family 1 are Incomplete.

The family of the late ; { I' to express sincere thanksto

REV. E. J. CLARK Albert Funeral Home, Rev.
[ W; P. StephersonUshers'Board
wish to thank all the kind EMILY L. HEPBURNwho members of Antioch

friends, for all their efforts departed this life Jan. 5, Baptist Church Brownsville

of kindness, shown in the loss :1969 in Los Angeles, California and his lodges. The many

I of their loved one. Thanks to :i wish to express their ap- friends and neighbors who offered -

our neighbors, the churches, :]preciation during their hour of their condolences dur-

r the Atlantic Coast District,' 1 1 bereavement for all acts of ing our hour of bereavement.The .

Rev. I. C. Mickins for the eulogy :I kindness. flowers, cards, and

,And your sincere j?r3yers. telegrams will always be remembered -
Special thanks to our home Halsted, Philip, Robert and by us.
church Central Baptist and the Baldwin Hepburn, sons {n.

I staff of the House of Albert. Mrs. Sarah McCullunr.and Senobia sister'
Beasley,
ELIZA KELLY '
You all were wonderful. May Miss Arementa Hepburn, Maszielie Simmons, sister
God bless you all. daughtersIN
wishes to express their feel- Melonee Goodman, sister

fags of gratitude and sincere 1 wife'and Beatrice Dunbar, aunt, Mil-
Mrs. E. J. Clark, len '
appreciation to the numerous! family MEMORIAMIn Georgia.
friends who shared with them

.in their hours of sorrow. loving memory of our CARD OF THANKSThe
r It seems there is so little
I'darling mother,
we can say to thank you for the i IN MEMORIAM MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER
family of the late,
\ countless expressions of understanding In sad but loving memory of BEATRICE DAVE

,comfort and com, my dear aunt who departed this life Jan.25, MILDRED BROWNis We have kept the Faith . Your best
; passion that helped to ease our DAISY WRIGHTwho 1951. And father,
desirous of expressing their interest will always be served when you call
hearts. departed this life Jan.26, WILLIAM DAVIS sincere thanks and appreciation -
Special thanks to Fr. Sands 1964. I who departed this life Jan.22, for all sympathy and understanding the . .
and the Guilds of st. Agnes
Some think are forgotten -
may you shown them dur-
Church Fr.Clark and St. Veronica's though on earth you are 1966.May they rest in peace, and ing their hour of bereavement. House of AlbertWhere

Guild,Mrs.Mary Fer- no more, but in memory you :may light perpetual shine upon Special thanks to,the pastor

fell, Mrs. Ruth Wright, Mrs. are with us always. Elizabeth Byrd Mrs. Iris
Temple Baptist Church and the
THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
Shirley, Range Funeral Home, Sadly missed: Children: Lurlean Hepburn, House of Albert.

the various neighbors, clubs, Annie L. Haily,,sister Robert Davis, William May God's blessings go with LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA PERRINE

schools, fraternities and t so-' Selena Jackson, niece Davis, Jr., Leonard Davis, you. '691.7661 MU 8.3311 238-8801

rorities and the many, many Edna, Thomas, niece Katherine Cash and
friends too numerous to men Selena Wilson niece Bloneva Smith .
Cora Mae Sheffield, mother
tion. 1


1



MIAMI TIMES. Friday, January 24, 1969 23

i.:'1 .ALBERT RICHARDSONGeorge SOCIAL SECURITY j ifltm
'. ::1. { '
Denson of 1155 NW NEWS
2nd Ave, died Jan.17 In Jackson Many people delay filing
Hospital. He Is survived their Social Security claims
by his wife Alberta;one daughter for disability because they
S Juanita;six grandchildren; have not been disabled for six:
f dN three aunts Services will be months Miss'Dorrlth Leipzi-
held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the ger, officer-in-charge of the L
chapel.
Model City Social Security office '
.
.- stated today.In .
some cases, this causesa
I'I held Saturday at Mt.Sinai Baptist delay In receiving their first
I Perrine, at 1 p.m. check Miss Leipzlger gave 4A
\ the following advice to help
----
_
-
Paul Akins of 10210 SW 102
speed that first
up Social Se- ,
Carlos Landrau of 2815 NW Ave., died Jan. 14. He Is sur- curity check. ,
50th St.,died Tuesday,Jan.21. vived by his mother Winnie "First of all, don't delay
Survivors Include his wife Lee .
stepfather Jimmie Bry-
filing your claim. F'le early
,
Lucille; four daughters Borin- ant; five sisters, a brother. two three ,
or months before' you ,,tw
" quen, America, Margarettand Services will be held Saturday pia n to receive disability ' S t?; ri
Lidya; two sons Charles and at 3:30 in Mt. Sinai Baptist benefits, even if youdon'thav : 01
David. Funeral arrangementsare Church, Perrine. '
Incomplete.Mrs. .proof Your of Social your age Security or disability.office :. '

Georgia M. Lockie of CarverRanches will be able to suggest some : :
16421 NW 20th Ave., died Jan, proofs you can use. ,
17. She Is survived by two sis "T h e best thing," Miss ,
ters, a brother. Services will Leipziger stated, "is to start
be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at earl y in proving y o u r disability A
Freewill Baptist Church, Opa- News You can visit the Social
locka. I Security office at anytime and
By Walter Bov ., discuss what proofs you have
Lemar Gallon of New
Jersey
died .Jan13. He Is survived The Ladies and w hat will be necessary.The Mr. James Sawyer, former Brownsville Junior High teacher and first
Auxiliary to the be evidence is a doctor's
by his wife, parents two VFW Post No. 8195, will hold report which the office will black instructor at Florida Atlantic University In Boca Raton, Fla., wrote

daughters, two sons, a sister. its regular meeting Sunday,at help you get. Other evidence, and produced a video television program on the campus entitled "Portrait of
Services were held Wednesdayin 5 p.m. All members areaskedto such as hospital or clinic records An Inner City School." His television program portrayed the problems of

the chapel. Willie be present, at the post home showing medical con- teachers and pupils in the ghetto schools and how some teachers combatted
for
Services Mrs.
on Pembroke Rd. Mrs. Addle dition maybe used.People now
Mae Emanuel of 10275 SW 171 James, president Mrs. Ruth filing for Social Security disability these problems.Four .
St. were held Saturday at St. Scott, secretary. will be assisted even teachers from the public schools of Dade County were asked to par

John AME. The Carver Ranches Fire though theyhaveonlybeendisabled ticipate in this television discussion. Shown from left to right: Mr. George
Services for Mrs. EarsleyJ. Dept., meets every Monday,at a short time. However,
Williams of 2320 Bunche the Fire Hall, on 44th Ave.and benefits can only be paid if Mosley, Brownsville Jr. High; Mrs. Mamie Ballinger, Ada Merritt Jr. High ;
park, were held Saturday at 21st St., at 8p.m.Officers and their disability, is expected to Miss Earnestine Platt, Kelsey Pharr Elem. and Mr. James Sawyer. Not shownIs
First Baptist Church. members please be present last at least twelve months. Mr. Nathaniel McPhee, West Little River Elem.
Services for Samuel Applingof Walter Blatch, president. "Remember, your social
This television will be aid
a teaching to enlighten future teachersto
2132 NW 69th Ter. were Don't forget the big fish fry Security office will always be program
held Saturday at New Provi at the post home. Come all, glad to help you establishyour problems in the ghetto schools.
dence. and enjoy yourself. Plenty of entitlement, whether
Services for Sarah Sellers refreshments and music. you're filing for benefits now
were held Saturday in the John Glenn Is visiting herein or plan,to in the future. Call, Full Opportunity Legislation m
chapel. Hallendale, from Trenton, write or visit your local of-
Tom Williams of 10039 Hibiscus N. Y., with relatives fice today. It's located at5225
St., died Jan 14. He is Carver Ranches has new bus :N.W. 12th Avenue, telephone Introduced m
survived by his wife Josephinea services In Ft. Lauderdale. '757-8591, and is open from
son Thomas two daughters Buses run Pembroke Rd. to 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mon-I Congressman John Con- housing, and antidiscrimination ders, but it mirrors the findings -.
Bessie and Elizabeth; ;a sister, Hollywood, also serving day through Friday. It is also yers, Jr. (Dem-Michigan) and provisions."I of the Commission and is
two brothers. Services will be Washington Park, Hide Park, open on Thursday from 8:30 more than twenty other mem- do not look on this bill the only legislation which
and Lake Forest. a.m. to 7:30 p.m. bers of Congress recently introduced as the ultimate answer to the would Implement their recommendations -
the Full OpportunityAct problems of the poor and mi- The Full Oppor-
Roberta Martin Famous as a birthday tribute to the nority groups," said Conyers, tunity Act has not only been
I Gospel late Dr. Martin Luther King, "but I feel that by emphasizing endorsed by such groups as the
I I
Jr.The the inter-relationship of Southern Christian Lead-
Song-Writer DiesMrs. Full Opportunity Act all the problems and aimingat ership Conference and the
which
was originally introduced -
the same kind of solution, Americans Democratic
James L. Austin, Sr., born to the late William and re-arrange and compose Oct. 9, 1967 is an omnibusbill the Full Opportunity Act ser- Action, but also by ProfessorDaniel
known professionally throughout Anna Winston of Helena, Ar- scores of new songs,and she is costing $30 billion an- ves to educate both the Cong- Patrick Moynihan, Ur-
the United States and kansas. She graduated from credited with giving gospel nually for ten years, which gress and the American public ban Affairs Advisor to Presi-
abroad under her maiden name Wendell Phillips High Schoolin music the well known"Chica- seeks to deal with the major on the magnitude of the crisis dent-elect Richard M, Nixon.
Roberta Martin, died in Chi- the Windy City and after- go beat." Known as the'Helen problems of poverty and dis- which faces us all." Senator George McGovern
cago's Mercy Hospital from a wards studied organ and piano Hayes of Gospel Music" she crimination. The legislationhas The legislation was first introduced (Dem-South Dakota) is the
lingering illness on Jan. 13. -- becoming one of the finest was affectionately called ,full employment, mini- several months before principal Senate sponsor and
Miss Martin came Chi accompanists gospel music. "Berta" by her close friends. mum wage, family allowance, the report of the Kerner is seeking other cosponsorsin
cago as a young girl in 1922 Her intense enthusiasm for She wrote such memorable compensatory education, post Commission on Civil Disor- the Senate.
and was one of ten children creativity led her to arrange, songs as "Precious Me- secondary education,adequate
mories," "God Is Still On the
/ Throne," "Try Jesus," and
with the collaboration of
.-- IIt others "He Knows How Much
r tIU-.:,, ,",,,: t We Can Bear," "God Specia-
.tJl -, lizes," "The Failure's,Not< In '
God," and many others.These I
messages in song were taken
across the nation and abroad
by Miss Martin and her fam-
ous Roberta Martin Singers
whom she organized in 1933. ro
The Martin singers are still
active today, and work in con-
Io.., junction with Revivals,at Con-
certs, and with church groups.
'. ,....1
'-- Members of the group include
Eugene Smith, Norsalus Mc-
BROWNSVILLEDRUG Kissick, Gloria Griffin,
Archie Dennis, Jr., and De-
STORE lores Barrett Campbell Eugene
and Norsalus are original -
SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE
COMMUNITY FOR 18 YEARS members. NORTHSIDE
The group recording of
4634 NW 27 Ave. "Only A Look," "Old Ship of
Zion," and 'God Specializes,* FUNERAL HOME
634-7233 sold over a million copies
each. Miss Martin received
WATCHES RADIOS numerous awards for her out- 2520 NW 103rd St. 6912281J
standing contributions to com-
.. SUN GLASSES CLOCKS munity work and gospel sing-

Prescriptions Our Specialty ing.Funeral services were held C. HILL, MANAGER
Sunday night, Jan. 19, at the
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church,
'.DRUGS 'COSMETICS SUNDRIES 4600 Dr. Martin Luther King WILLIAM E. MANKER, LICENSED EMBALMER & FUNERAL DIRECTOR

REETING CARDS 'NOTARY GIFTS Jr., Drive in Chicago. Con-
/ dolences may be sent to the

I church or to Mr. James L. Now Ready To Serve YouTHE
Warren Welters Reg. Pharmacist Austin, Sr., and son, 7012
(T.F.) South Euclid Ave., Chicago,
Illinois 60649.

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, January 24, 1969

CORINTHELLA SHILOH I ANTIOCHRev. FLORIDA MEMORIALDAY

AT MT. TABOR
Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor P. W. Wiggins, pastor
, ", '" " Cheryl English,reporter Dinettie Cobb, reporterThe Dr. Robert Carter college
On Sunday, the pastor and (directresses of the Jr. minister, for the Florida Memorial -
church will convene at New church are asking all youth to College will be the
Macedonia Baptist Church on attend their meeting at 4 p.m. guest speaker Sunday,Jan.26,
their Homecoming, Rev. Ros- on Saturday, Jan. 25. Sisters at 11 a.m. at Mt. Tabor Baptist -
1en coe Jackson,pastor. Rachel Pratt and Gladys Church, 6601 NW 17th

Rev. Atchinson and congre- Robinson, directors. Avenue
,
} att. ,
Yij j Yfv gation of Mt. Calvary will be Please come out and attend Special music for this service -
here Sunday at 3 p.m. in be- BTU meeting every Sunday at will be rendered by the

half of the Building Fund 5:30: p.m.. college choir, under the direction -
Drive. The church is asked to come of Mr. John Price.

linti 3Jn QJI!J tIuIp &uztitag The Pastor's Aid Club will out and attend prayer meeting A cordial invitation is extended -
meet Thursday, Jan. 23,at the every Tuesday at 8 p.m. to the general publicby
home of the pastor Rev.James Hen-
Deacon Brooks Let us not forget to pray for
GREATERNEW JORDAN GROVE All Juniors are asked to be the sick, shut-ins and men on don and members to come and
present Saturday at 4:30 p.m. the battlefield enjoy this great speaker and

MACEDONIA Rev. Douglas Cook,pastor to be measured for robes. S choir
Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe DENNARD Red Circle and Sunshine
Willie J. Beard, reporterOn Willing Workers will Band will meet Saturday at 3 I NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
tonight, the pastor, officers sponsor a tea Saturday nightat Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor MINISTER LAYMENThe
and members of Mace- the home of Sin Ada Man- Bernice Ector, reporter p.m.The Home Mission meets I Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor
donia will begin observingtheir uel, 2975 NW 70th Terrace at There will be Musical Tea every Wednesday at 7 p.m. if Alice Harris, reporter Minister Laymen Voter
Sixth annual Homecoming 8 p.m. Sunday,' Jan 26, at 3 p.m. anyone would like to become apart On Sunday, Jan 27,at 3 pm. Registration Committee Is
and Church's Anniversary Our Pastor's Appreciation j Many choirs and groups will of our mission work meetus 'there will be a Kick off pro- commemorating law enforcement -

On tonight (Jan. 24,) Rev. program will begin Friday, at be present. St. John of South at the church. Sis. Knapp, i gram in behalf of our annualMen's 1 month. One of the high
.., Miami will be special guest Leon Bur- ranking policemen will address -
,
Orien Taylor and congregation 8 p.m. with Rev. Macon and j is president. ; Day. Deacon
of St.Luke Primitive Bap- congregation in charge and The guest speaker will be Let us remember to visit 'rows, chairman; Deacon i us at this meeting. The
tist Church West Hollywood Sister Ella Dennard. You and 'Simeon Bridgewater and Bro. general public Is invited to
will close out on Sunday at 3 and pray for the sick and shut-
will be In charge of services. p.m. with Rev.W. K.Smitlund yours are cordially invited j ins. (Charles Rease, co-chairmen. ]join us in our celebration.The
The program is sponsored by shall I meeting is held Jan. 25 at
On Sunday at 11 a.m. Rev. congregation in charge. All On Sunday evening we ,
A. M. Griffin and congregation choirs are asked to please be the general church go to New Mt. Zion to fellowship St. John Baptist Church, NW
of New Shiloh Baptist will present on Friday night and The Pastor's Aid Union will MT. TABOR with Rev. H. W. Moss and 1 3rd Ave. and 13th St., at 8:30

be In charge of services. Sunday afternoon. The general convene at the church,Feb. 16, i congregation.Our a.m. If you should have ques-
Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. S. L. church is also asked topleasebe :at 3pm. Rev. James Hendon, pastor sick are Sis. Francis tionspertaining to taw enforcement -

Gay and congregation of St. present. Each member Is George Ingraham,reporter Woodside in Jackson and Sis. bring them. There

James AME will be in chargeof asked to put at least $2.00 In NEW MT. MORIAH Registration Is still goingon. Eileen Williams at home,1365 5 will be time allotted to ques-
services.At his envelope.Let See the church clerk before 1 ;NW 84th Terrace. 1 ttion and answers. Rev. P.W.
6 or during service in the vesti- Williams reporter.
p.m. Rev. T. C. Kelly, ,
us remember the sick
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
Jr., and congregation of St. and shut-in all \
over the land. bule.The
Evelyn Souter reporter
Paul AME will be in charge. Visitors youth choir will have its MT. SINAI
are always welcometo
Baptism Services this Sun-
Members, let us not forget our worship with us. at 9 all last dinner sale Saturday,they E BIBLE CHURCH OF GOD
day a.m. candidates 1 j
duty toward this occasion.To 'are asking for donatons of Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor
our many visitors and please be on time. The public 1 food and dessert.Kitch en i B. Boney, reporter 'Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor

friends, come out and spend NEW PROVIDENCE is invited.We the day with us. Food will be will not have a joint re- \dinners are also needed. The i ]persons 18 to 25 to organize j pastor :and members will attend -

served all day. Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor hearsal for both choirs until 1 church is located at 1701 NW i the Young Adults SundayS j services in Hollywood,at
Itat 8
Feb. ,
Arsula Edwards, reporterA ,, p.m. 66th St. call 691-8732 toplace 1 c h 0 01 class. Deacon J. D. 2228 Hood St.
musical extravaganza Our monthly conference and I your orders. s Stokes. Sunday at 7 p.m. the church

ST. MARY'S' will be held at New Providence (General Election, Jan. 30, at' Don't forget Florida Memorial Added to our sick are Sis. will have a special programin

sponsored by Young Women'sand 8 p.m. College Day. Members: ]Beatrice Dotson, Jackson behalf c of the widow of the
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor the Young Matron's Auxiliaries Mr. and MrsJamesAnder- are, asked to pay no less than i ]Hospital, Rm. 508 and Bro- 'church. We invite everyone to
Sunday, Jan. 26, during our of the Seaboard son are inviting the church to 1 ,three dollars. |ther Lonnie Branch. 'come out and be with us in all
Bapj j
11 a.m. services there will be their daughter Carolyn's wed 'our services. We locatedat
tist Association, Jan. 26 from Remember to pray for and I The Young Matrons extendsan are
Testimonial service, the Male 3-5 p.m. Donation 50 The (ding this Sunday at 3:30: p.m. visit our sick and bereaved I invitation to desirous 1577 NW 70th St.
persons
'. Chorus will sing all day.Ush to Mr. Artise S. Wright son of
public is invited. members and friends. of membership at their On Thursday,Jan.23,the
er's board No. 1 will serve in Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wright.
Let us not forget our BTU regular monthly meeting. 'pastor, is asking all to accompany
the morning and Usher's No. The pastor is asking the entire him
: to Thompson TempleNW
Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Continue Get well wishes to all sick j
2 will serving during the 6 p.m. praying for those who are sick, church to accompany him i GREATER ST. LUKE and shut-ins. 7th Ave., at 8 p.m.
services.The the third Sunday in Februaryto
shut-in and
bereaved.
committee of the Calen- Ft. Lauderdale, where the i ii Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor

der Tea sponsored by both association will be held. He i Alfreva Taylor, reporter CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PILGRIM REST
Usher Boards will have a night THANKFULMISSIONARY will deliver the 11 a.m. mes- On Friday night,Jan.24,the i
of games at the home of the sage. congregation will be at New "Lord, who shall abide in thy ]Rev. JamesC. Nelson, pastor

chairman Miss Ethel Farrington Rev. C. T.Ramsey,pastor Our youth day will be the i Macedonia Baptist, Rev. RosI I tabernacle? Who shall dwell in Myrtice Hicks, reporter
2371 NW 65th St., FridayJan. Edna Troutman, reporterOn second Sunday in Februarywith coe Jackson, pastor i iI thy holy hill? He that walketh Beginning Sunday, the BTU

24, at 8 p.m. Everyone is Sundayat 3 p.m. the Installation Judge Mattle B.Davis and I On Sunday, Jan. 26,the con- 'uprightly, and workethrighte- will be held at 5 p.m. We are
invited. services of our pastor Atty. Alfonza Sepe as guest t gregationwlllbeatNewBethlehem 'ousnessand speaketh the truth !asking all members to please

Birthday greetings to our will be observed at which speakers. The public is invited Baptist, Rev. C. H. in his heart." This verse, (come out and lend it your sup-

Sunday School Supt and all time Rev. F. L. Johnson and Smith, pastor. which is part of the Christian 1 port.Thursday
members of our Sunday School theBrownsville Baptist Church Pray for Sis. A. K. Brown, The Rev. Bobby Mac will[ Science lesson-sermon titled I night is our regu-
whose birthday comes In Jan. will be in charge of services.All other sick, bereaved families> render morning and afternoon i "Truth," will be read Sunday ]lar prayer service at 7:30all
Let us continue to pray for choir members are ask- and those in the armed ser- services here on the fourth, Listen to "A Key factor In[ visitors are welcome
all our sick and shut-ins. Our ed to be out to business meet- vices Visitors are always: Sunday, the church Is locatedat I Spiritual Healing." discussedover I Saturday at 1 p.m. the Jun-

sympathy to Sis. Margaret ing Friday at 8:30 p.m. welcome. 4205 SW 18th St.,West Hol radio station WMBKI, ior Choir rehearsal.
Taylor in the death of her aunt Please don't forget to pray lywood.Let Sunday at 1:45 p.m. Continue to pray for the sick

in Nassau.Visitors are always for our sick and shut-ins, us continue to pray for Fifth Church of Christ, 'shut-ins, and bereaved fami-
welcome at St. Mary's. everywhere, please come to GREATER NEWBETHLEHM the sick and shut-Ins and our Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., ]lies.
prayer servics Wednesday at boys in the armed services. welcomes all.
8 pm. BROWNSVILLE
DRAKE Rev. C. H. Smith pastor BAPTIST

Mary Hopkins, reporter MT.CALVARYRev. CARMEL
Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor ST. PAUL AME On Friday, Jan. 24, the officers Atchison MT. Rev. F. L.Johnson,pastor
S. pastor
Rev. D.A. Elizabeth Wright reporterThe
N. T. Green, reporterThe and members are re Bradley,pastor ,
Phyllis Beal, reporter Louise McGrlff Missionary Society
pastor Is asking all Rev. T.C. Kelley pastor questing your presence to a reporter
Rev. Atchison asks:that the
Don't would like to thank the
forget the tea Rev.
musical on Sunday i.
members to Members'
be program.
please present Mary Amos, reporterThe church him to
accompany
assessments due afternoon at the home o f C. H. Smith and congregation
your are at
Sunday at 3 p.m. The Deacon- pastor Is asking mem- Shiloh
Baptist at 3 Sun-
p.m. Sis. Patterson for of New Bethlehem Baptist for
this time. our Jr.Usher -
esses and Stewardesses Un- bers officers ushers and
,
day. Rev. Griffin pastor.
ion will meet at the church. choirs to go with him to New Sunday, Jan. 26, at 3 p.m. Please pray for, and visit Board, 1460 NW 92nd St. coming over to help make our
All parents of the Boy Scouts Macedonia Baptist Sunday, Rev. Taylor and congregationof the sick and shut-ins. Also the Jr. Choir will havea program a success.
Bro.
.., tea at the home of Sis.Josephlne Sunday at 3 p.m. the pastoris
St. Luke will -
of Drake Baptist render
please send Jan. 2'6 at "
your 7:30 p.m., for their Felton Nicholas Is out of the
boys out Friday at 6 p.m. The annual Homecoming Day. services in behalf of the hospital. Drakes, 520 NW 44th St. asking the church to accompany -
The U she r' s Board anniversary him to Rev. Ramsey, 62nd
Pastor's Aid Club. -
meeting day and hour has been The officers are asking each There will be preaching at:
will St. and 7th Ave. for Installation
be
held
The Juniors will sell on Fri Friday
changed.
family to be sure and get your the church Friday night.
Don't forget to see Brother calendar of events. day night, and Saturday at the Look out men her we co me. Jan. 31.When. services
Rains and church. please give them you pray rememberthe On Friday night at 7:30 the
begin making payments The second Sunday in Feb. yoursupport. So come to our program,Fri
sick and Male Choir
shut-Ins and rehearsal.
on your pledges for is Founder's Day, please donate day, January 31, thanks inad- those
Parents who have lost some of their Our prayers are extended
Men's please send or
Day.
an extra dollar to help vance. Mrs. R. M. Green.
Let us continue to visit and foster the cause of Christian bring your children to Sunday love ones. And pray for the to the sick and shutins.PEACEFUL .
'pray for the sick and shut-ins.: education. School. Let us pray for the sick boys in Vietnam. Visitors are __

please worship,with us on Sun- We are in the process of Mrs. Mae W.Taylor,and shut- ST. LUKERev. always welcome

day. zoning our church and our ins. Visitors are always welcome P. W. Williams, pastor

class leaders will work in Kathleen Streeter,reporterThe MILLROCK ZION

) (ther respective zones. No. 3 Usher's Board Rev. C. P. Preston, pastorL.
TRUE TEMPLEOF Attention: All Cadettes, wish to express their thanksto 970 NW 79th Street Washington, reporterThe
FAITH Brownies, and Girl Scouts who MATTHEW AME ZIONWe all who made their anni- Rev. Andrew Jackson, pastor

,' Bishop James Harrisin- and girls who maybe Interested versary program a success. 0. M. Fergson, reporterThe Jr. Choir and Jr. Ushers -
ternationally known gospel revivalist in becoming one of the have launched our building Special thanks to Rev. Tanner pastor is asking all will sell sandwiches at the

of New YorkCity,will above, meet at the church Sa- fund,drive. Each family Is and St. Mary's Baptist Church members along with the church, Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
be at the True Temple of Faith turday, at 10 a.m. We will pay asked to pay 10000. Anyone for rendering their services.Sis. ushers' and choir members to We are asking all membersand
2081 Lincoln Ave, Cpa-locka registration fee for six more desiring to help reestablishour McCloud, is president. be at the church Friday at30 friends to come out. Co
E of which Bishop Faison Is the girls who are Interested in lion Church In the city of Please pray for our sick, p.m., to go to Oak Grove M.B.. Sunday the junior'church Is in

r. founder and pastor. scouting.Let Miami, please call 634-1864. shut-ins and bereaved members Church, we are In charge of charge with Deacon C. Pres-
t We the members extend to us pray for'our sickand Rev. L.H McGill, pastor; You are invited to wor- services. ton and Jr. Deacon T. Wash
all denominations an Invitationto shut-ins that God will keep ,Mr. Richard Young, chairmanof ship with us this Sunday at 1790 We welcome you to worshipwith ington.Let us pray for all, sick
share la this revival them safe and strong. the building fund. NW 55th Street. us any time. and shut-ins.



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Quarterly. S.L.. Gay Conference, pastor Is: /M rs. King Has Audience ::)j N Call


Friday night, all boards and I -:

clubs report.are to make a complete I With Pope Paul 1 CHARLESROGERS


Saturday night, Jan. 24, -
there will be a party at the: ROME, Italy- Mrs. Mar- She is accompanied on the

home of William Burroughs,. tin Luther King Jr., was present trip by her special

980 NW Little River Drive, scheduled to have a private assistant, Mrs. Fred C. Ben- AT PL 1-7502

please come and get audience with Pope Paul VI at nette, Jr., and Rev. AndrewJ

snack. your the Vatican here Monday. It Young, executive vice FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

was her first meeting with a president of SCLC.In SCOTT
Sunday, Jan.26, we will ren- PIANO, ORGAN,
Pontiff of the Catholic
Roman addition to receiving the
der service at Greater New STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
Church. awards and visiting the Pope,
1
Macedonia Baptist Church
The widow of the slain civil INSTkUMENTS.M .
3165 NW 56th St. Mrs. King has also visited the
rights leader is on an 11day'trip city of Milan Italy famous
To the sick and shut-ins the ,
is love accept two international for its art treasures.
spirit of God and for-
awards in Italy and India. In India this week she will

giveness. On Saturday,January 18, the be guest of honor at luncheons

city of Verona, Italy,presented given by President Husainandby

NEW HOPERev. its 10th annual San Valen- Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Prime

tino Award to Mrs. King as a Minister of India. On Jan. 26

H. C. Samuels, pastor person "typifying universal she will join in the celebra- M

Josephine McCoy, reporterWe love and understanding." She 1 tion of India's Republic Dayat .-;

would like to extend our was the first non-Italian to receive CORETTA KING a reception given by the

appreciation to all who so willingly the award. Verona is the Nehru Award for International President.On fl1B

participated in our an- home city of Romeo and Juliet Understanding. This award, to returning home to At-

nual Christmas feast on last and San Valentino, or St. be presented bv Indian Presi- lanta Jan. 27, Mrs. King will [
dent Zakir
Husain is being
Tuesday, Jan. 14. Valentine, was a 4th Cen- work toward the completion of
please pray for our sick Christian who made posthumously to Dr.
tury martyr her book, "My Life With Mar-
King. It carries cash
a prizeof
and shut-ins. came to symbolize love. about $13,000. The Nehru tin Luther King Jr," to be pub-

After meeting with Pope lished in the late spring by
Award is named for the late
Paul today, Mrs. King flies to Indian leader who was like Holt, Rinehard and Winston.
,
New Delhi India where she
,
FIRST BAPTIST will accept Thursday behalf Dr. King, a disciple of the non-

Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor of her husband the Jawaharhl Gandhi violent United leader Nations Mohandas Secre- CHURCH OF INCARNATION a B iW

Donnella Turner, reporterThe tary-General U Thant received MARL GRAS DANCE
No. 1 Choir will sell
dinners Saturday at the church CENTERVILLAThe the first annual Nehru Friday, Feb. 7

The church will worship at award last year. Everglades Hotel E ELL HAP PIN I E S S
Independent Pre School Mrs. King is a member of

Mt. Nebo Baptist Church,Sun Organization will meet Saturday the board of directors of the AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt

day, Jan. 26, at 230; p.m., in Jan. 25, at Centervilla Southern Christian Leader- Donation $2.00 the rreiiroae'i *f N.r/h-louth l.a......y

observance of their pastor's Kindergarten, 5861 NW 17th ship Conference (SCLC), Tickets/ on sate by members ONLY IS MINUTES MOM ANYWHIM IN MIAMI

anniversary. Ave, at 5 p.m. Business of which her husband served as CORNER N.W. 54th ST. ft N.W.3rd AVE.

importance. Mrs.R. E. Cope- a founder and President until "ROOFS"CLEANED'18 Phone 751-7502

TEMPLE BAPTISTThe land is president. his assassination last AjJ1'il4.14Slars20HiIS Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 7-0401 Broward JA.5111

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deacons will sponsor Till, GRAVEL BONDED IN LAUDERDALE 103 I.LAS OlAS IIVD.M 1."I*

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GUARANTEED BY NOWBRIT,
Sunday at 3 p.m. A spicy pro- io Ite H ... MT44CS,ITS.I1M. IN-IoU7
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lic is invited.

The Templeites will sing at

the 11 a.m. service Sundayand ,.,, Keep In Tune with

the No 1 Choir at 6 p.m. .

Our get-well wishes to all d r ,., Tr

sick and shut-ins. We pray for ,!S

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By GENE GRIENER c Guilty


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wi EvadingDraff

Missing In ActionI

THE BREATHLESS FOG .{

cried last night In darkened room The field is like a crystal rug ,/\>:;:. ,. ,
J.\Jk'
Obsessed with apprehension.My laced white with summer's morning dew : .1''-''. .
son lay wounded in.a trench where nobby heads of winter's wheat Itif'
His hurting eyes drew my attention.In await the sun for their shampoo.The ;: A 21-year-old Miami youth
SAN ANTONIO. Airman who claimed he was a mem-
darting birds are colored threadsof SAN ANTONIO. Airman Earl Bryan, son of Mr. and ber of the Black Muslims has
the fading twilight all alone bobbing blue and robbers red; Frank Dean Jr., son of Mrs. of of
Mrs. William H. Bryan Jr. been found guilty by a Jury ,
His bleeding head lay on a stone, of 1615 NW
Willie Dean 1/2
the scarecrow is too damp to scare
1475 NW 58th St., Miami, has evading the draft. I
A boy heart straining for his home about the fog that shares ,his bed. First Court, Miami, has com- basic training at
While passing to the vague unknown. pleted basic training at Lack- completed !
Robert Lee Sears 1231 NW:
The sound of man is faintly/ heard Lackland AFB, Tex. He has I
beyond the curtain of the fog; land AFB, Tex. He is remain- been assigned to Chanute AFB, 63rd St., pleaded both insanityand
I felt the tears communicateIn
the crowing cock, the c/appered/ bell, ing at Lackland fortrainingasa Ill, for training in aircraft exemption as a conscien-
with his emotion.He .
sympathy the constant barking of a dog. security policeman.Airman maintenance. Airman Bryan Is tious objector in his defense.
was dying in a foreign land is 1968 of Miami
Dean a graduate -
Sears said he was a memberof
of Miami
While I prayed for God's devotion. The breathless fog is prone to stay Jackson High School. a 1968 graduate
No. 29 of the Na-
Jackson senior high school. "Mosque
that hugs the earth and will not go;
b tion of Islam" and induction
Although they scoff at my perceptionHis and man, no matter what his strength,
voice came like a written cable, is powerless, too blind to know.So r conflicted with his religious
to beliefs
Across the bitter miles I read man must wait for rays of sun

The un-opened telegram on the table. to whip the fog, drive it away; Assistant U. S. Attorney
then he can do his daily chores'til h
IIMIMV I Id Jack Eskenai argued that
Caroline Ingling fog comes back again to play.
Sears failed to follow proper
procedures before his Miami
Last GatheringThese :X :X draft board if he wanted exemption -

on religious grounds.
retiring leaves whisper constantly, d p
Lively gossips, reluctant to part, "The Shepherd Boy"Wandering a Federal Judge Clyde Atkins

Unwilling to yield to sleep, seeking delay then ruled that Sears had fail
Before the coming winter bed all oay longIn ed to exhaust his administrative -

Of softly sheltering earth, the Mother; the meadows green; remedy and the Jury could

Like children, who will not sleep Singing away his song, I'I. not consider his Islamic be-
Is the ?"
When their bedtime is here -- shepherd boy seen. .< ::0 liefs.
0'tl' .
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Or, like the elderly, drooping, but eager With his flock, early morning; ,;.\\i ._". \1 "... Defense attorney Gino Ne-

To clutch every vanishing moment .. To the fields he goes-- g r e t t1 also contended that
So October's leaves All day heeds the wolve's waring SAN ANTONIO. Airman SAN ANTONIO. Airman Sears was schizophrenic and
Arrayed, harridens 'Till home at the day's close. Ralph Dixon, son of Hiney Dix- Isiah Wilson Jr., son of Mr. not competent. But a report
as painted
on of 1700 Read Ave., Chatta- and Mrs. Isiah Wilson Sr. of from psychiatrists at a federal
Lingering at their last mad ball,
Cling passionately to the dying year, Oh how lovingly he tends his sheep; nooga, Tenn., has completedbasic 2531 NW 154th St., Opa-locka: mental center at Springfield,
Reminiscing with maundering wistfulness From the ewe to the lamb! training at Lackland. has completed basic trainingat Mo. pronounced the youth sane

Dear departing., . Time. Over them, a careful watch he keeps, AFB, Tex.He has been assigned Lackland AFB, Tex. Hehas and competent to stand trial.
And says, "How happy lam! to Lowry AFB, Colo., for been assigned Sheppard

trainingpn the supply field. AFB, Tex., for training in aircraft Judge Atkins deferred sentencing
Constance Adele
Henning Shanta Mahtani Airman Dixon is a graduate of maintenance. Airman for a pre-sentence in-

r Bombav.. India- Howard High School. His mo- Wilson is a 1968 graduate of vestigatlon. Refusing to

I Am A Soldier ther, Mrs. Rose L. Zeigler, Miami Northwestern High submit to Induction carriesa
the Old/ 'tlMan resides at 822 SW 6th st., School. maximum prison sentence of

Homestead, Fla. five years.
lama soldier;

A soldier, yes, I am; Look into his face.

A soldier seeking refuge; I can see all the years of effort, disappointment Justice Dept. Officials To arrr+r.rr:

But headed to Vietnam. ,

Desire and happiness in the crevices of his
I.am a soldier; skin. Discuss Safe Streets Act

& boy I used to be;

A soldier the United States; :. ." He has lived the years of strife and doubtfulness Representatives from the Justice representatives,
Serving for you and me. United States Department of members of Governor Claude TELEVISION

And can still show a pleasant smile. Justice, Office of Law En- Kirk's Office, and the InterAgency -

} lama soldier; I admire him for this. For he survived. forcement Assistance, con- Law. Enforcement T

J With a rifle in my hand; ducted a meeting yesterdayfor Planning Council outlined law

A soldier fighting for liberty; The years have made him a wise man. members from law enforcement enforcement assistance avail-

And right to be a man. Therefore, he is cognizant of my admiration.In agencies of Dade, able in regard to planning,

Broward and Palm Beach training, education, research,

Terry Buford time he will become feeble, or shall not Counties. A complete presen- administration, and other of
1 805 NW 68th St. exist. tation and discussion was functions t

All his years of wisdom shall dwindle to held covering Public Law 90- +

nothing.But 351, The Omnibus Crime Con
James Whitcomb RileyHe trol and Safe Streets Act of 1 *1 1T1 : ,iTh

found poetry in nookS, let me admire him for now. 1968. e .
In green fields and running brooks, Host for the assembly was (

In old-fashioned roses sheened, -Clive Bridges Director E. Wilson Purdy, ,

In wood-birdlings bathed and preened, 97 NW 47th St. Dade County Public Safety De DOUBLE ACTION MODEL 11P50A WITH
In the swimmin' hole -- peace-fraught -- partment. The conference was /COlORSGMYHAIRWa

In the rail-fenced pasture-lot, Wonderful LifeI held at the Dade County Health 2 PRESSES HAIR 111 PIKE PRIVATE LISTENING

In the lighten'bugs in dew, Department Auditorium. EARPHONE

In the blackened chimney-flue,
In the lamps that brightened gloom, see the wonderful and beautiful sky CAr[ lat7NMtAmc> t7 rtiwatiArta6lntE _inC,> atbmC___ $5.00
In the murky rafter-room, With handsome tall trees growing so high --

In the morning's golden still, And specks of grass and a big sea, JOHNSONof
They make me feel so wonderful and free
,
In the evening's dusky chill,
; 0 how wonderful life DOWN
be
can --
In the mellow Pipes O'Pan, MIAMI
When one learns to appreciate artistry.
And the kindly raggedy man. ) PHOTOGRAPHERs Call

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\ Because it has always been taken for granted as the years go by.
": Someone once said to me the world's balance is uneasy; (SRl, Filirig
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Ltpf RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Agents Wanted Drivers, Men with, ears,
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5253 NW 7th Avenue Agents to tell The Miami Open 5t30 a.m.
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HOUSE OF 7 SEAS may be boys and girls or EMPLOYMENTadults.
BOUTIQUEAfroAsian adults. Make spending Hotel I
; Fashion money Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory

Jewelry, Perfumes Davis, 6530 NW 15th Ave., 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE

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The Bowl Has SoulAt DRESS SHOPS
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way and Gabay Street In Memphis offered to Churches,communIty Henry Hooker, of Nash- 696.3515 MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

stands white brick organizations, clubs,youth ville. The Hookers agreed to LORY'S FASHION SHOPS APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

carry-out chicken store that groups, .and co-op groups as invest fifty percent In the capi- 6112 NW 7th Avenue THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
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Glori-fried chicken, and ad- of business.The dominant idea the blackbusiness commun- Popular Prices PHONE
vertise menu specialties of behind the whole enterpriseis ity without interfering in the Better dresses made to DRIVERS WANTED
strictly ethnic origin, such as to enlarge the role of black management of the black operation measure. Alterations fast
catfish, sweet potato pie and people in the determination of or dictating its policies.The and free. (Indef) Full time or Part-time

hot Jubilee biscuits. The signs their own economic destiny. Board of Directors and Apply at OfficeDo

tell you that this is a Mahalia officers of MJCS are Negroes.The .
The Mahalia Jackson Chic-
Jackson's Chicken Store.And operating officer staff is
ROUTE SALESMANGood
ken Store in Memphis has
of there is composed entirely of Negroes
one especially
yes, -
demonstrated Its ability to attain starting salary plus
recruited from all the I
tasty dish on the menu with over
a gross volume exceedingthe their Com mis i don. Progressive you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?
the basis of
the provocative name of Soul country, on
increases unlimited
for salary ,
widely accepted norms
Bowl-giblets and rice in skills and experience in the I
gravy IT COULD BE VD
chicken carryout operations.The promotional opportunities, .
fast foods and related busi-
that is a distinct, and best
Grand Open ingfigures 5 day week, paid holidaysand
,selling ..Innovation to the fast nesses.
For confidential information and
have been projected and dem- paid .vacations good
Mahalia Jackson's dedica-
foods industry. As one reporter onstrated at $2300 per day. pension plan, free life insurance free treatment
tion to promoting Negro eco-
remarked at a preopeningpress and free hospital
(Miss MabaliaJacksonattended -
party "I don't know nomic Independence dates Phone: 377.0341Extension 152.
the Grand Opening of this Insurance. Apply: National I
what this Soul Bowl is doing back to her early days,before Linen Service, 1950 NW
first unit and will attend all DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
for soul but it is she achieved International
my sure good 1st Avtnue.
Grand of units
Openings
news for my stomach! nown as a gospel singer. Her 1350 NW 14th Street, Miami
the her
across country as
autobiography, Movin' On Up,
schedule permits.)
The month-old Mahalia says:
Jackson's Chicken Store in In the spring of 1968, A. W. "If a Negro man had a busi- SAVE UP TO 40%

Memphis is the pilot unit of a Willis, Jr.,a successful Memphis ness even if it was no more ON
national chain.Construction is Negro attorney and busi- than a ham hock Joint or hole- Auto AUTO INSURANCE

already under way on three additional nessman, conceived the idea in-the-wall beauty shop or an Insurance Immediate SR-22 Filings

buildings in Memphis, of Mahalia Jackson's Chicken undertaking parlor- was his. Liability Physical Low
with completion scheduled for System, Inc.,as a realistic opportunity It gave me inspiration to see DamageSR Monthly Payments

spring 1969. Franchise sales for Negroes to share these things, and while I was AUTO TAGS DRIVERS LICENSE
22
are presently being made in in the fastest method known to riding the elevated trains and Filing

Nashville, Chattanooga,Hous- business for developing the busting the washing suds in No One Refuted GOODMAN & SONS

ton, Dallas, Atlanta, Milwaukee middle class businessman the white folks' homes, I GOOD DRIVERSNo KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
Cincinnati, Cleve the franchise field. He sometimes thought about Finance Chargeas
land, Gary, Los Angeles, and promptly approached his life- someday having my own busi- little as Same location for two generations

Washington, D. C.Current operations long friend, Judge Ben L. ness."
schedule for Chicago Hooks of Memphis, with the Mahalia Jackson's dream is 15% OOWN 2688 NW 62nd ST.. Phone: 691.0380

includes opening one unit in idea. In the search for techni- coming true, and a new docu- AT SHE LL'S CITY

mid-spring, 1969, two more cal assistance in the operationof ment in Negro history a (South Door)
units by early summer of this the franchise, the two men Declaration of Negro Economic
PLAZA COLOR AND BLACK
& WHITE
INSURANCE TV SERVICE
contacted an existing successful Independence, Is being
year.Mahalia Jackson's Chicken franchise organization led written. AGENCY STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

Phone: 754-4951

I Negro Professionals Want AdvancementSAN 5941 NW 7th Avenue VET TV


FORMERLY OF JET I IS! NOW VET
FRANCISCO.Alongstanding it could find the properly qualified overlook the enormous reserve P A
question voiced by applicant for a posi- of tested talent and performance - FLORIST 3797735TED '
United States business and industry tion has a hollow sound these that our findings Miami, hands GIn s.o.

is being answered by days," Wilks says. Indicate exists across the 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
the findings of a unique per- "Not only do our men and United States.
sonnel agency that had its startin women possess their first The agency operates in con-

1 this city some eight months level college degrees, but Junction with John L. Walks 4340 N. W. 7th A..n,,
ago. John L. Wilks, presidentof also, they have achieved and Associates, Management Mler.t' Florid.'p' PROTICY YOUR FURNITURE
Executive Search Agency, through experience and ad- Consultant Firm at 681 Mar- WITHOUT HIDING ITS BCAUTYI
o
located at 681 Market Street, vanced studies, full qualifica- ket Street, San Francisco with t CUSTOM MADE
declared that his firm execu- tions in some twentyeightdistinct telephone no. ((415) 3626979. 5b" PLASTIC FURNITURE jJJ

tive has embarked upon an intensive professional fields, SLIP COVERS!
search for middle income ranging from law,science,and Any where in the world 'C ClYtTAl dual :..:
proiesslonalmlnor- mathematics to hospital ad- you want to go" .. LONG Hun PASTING IUUG.

ity people who can be introduced ministration, data systemsand TICKETS COST e HM'ULLY.U""NTIID. IIUITANTMMUMN.
to new and challenging the social sciences." .
NO
MOM, AT"Your IIUr- ,1eAI ,.
opportunities through up- Walks points to the continu- MLA
SNIP tutMIIIIUl to'
grading Job changes. ing search of applicants for an w. o. Nny
e qA's i111 IfTIMAT1f
"We have already found opportunity to move ahead into WE WIRE FLOWERS e tali"?
=.. SPECIALIZING
the established business and CAUD
over five hundred men and wo- ANYWHERE e rut rttii.s IN PLASTIC O*
men through our conservative industrial structure on the basis Neighborhood TravlAsenf. SLIP COVERS NI6HT

screening and survey efforts, of merit."We are able now ." Cod. 305 EXCLUSIVELY

who want to move up from their to present our company clients A. n.ar to you at your 754-8061 Rouse ol Gretehen
.$10,000 salary base into new with the kind of informationthat telephone. Give ui a call.
responsibilities and duties. they have too long believed '. dollver. 1104 NW 3rd Call anytime 24 hour service
.The old-time question that industry to be not generally avail Avo. PR 9-8431' Chas. C. 758-4371 3745082THE

once asked as to where ::able, thus causing them to North, Manager._ . ''''' .-.I''''''

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FLORIDIANS FACED WITH

SCHEDULING NIGHTMAREThe

Miami Floridians season ends April 2. Playoffs are y

slated to start April In each division the team finishing firs :

meets the third place finisher while numbers two and foursquare ( f _

off, each in a best three out of five series. Games are _
slated one at a time, in the respective cities. The Miami Beach

Convention Hall has made only April 6,7, 8 and 19 available

to the Floridians due to prior commitments. Therefore, it Is U Sqd d
conceivable that Miami open up April 4 out of town. The) ,- aiJ4.! :; a r1'rB "1 r
in :lI< would reach their first Impasse scheduling right away unless
their opponent consented to a day off at that Juncture. The t STANLEY PHILLIPS FAMU Wrestling Team Here Feb. 4 I

series could resume with a second game April 6 in MiamiBeach. I
This would send the third game out of town, require an] TALLAHASSEE e over Day ton a Beach. Jr. ler, Hobe Sound, Fla. Second
No Foul Play FlorldaA&M College 33-10 and 35-10. The Row Edward McCloud
off day April 8, thereby nullifying Miami's opportunity to play University ((1-r) ,
r more than one game of their entire opening series at home- Wrestling team will meet Univ.. loss was to Florida State by a Hawthrone, Fla.; Riley Jack-
of Florida in Gaither's Gym score of 26-8. son, West Palm Beach, Fla.;
unless they switch to sites like Miami-Dade Junior College
; In I BCCGridders nasiumSaturdayat 2:00 Fir stRow (1-r) Albert Cole Clermont
(North) or West Palm Beach. With Miami's 14-7home record p.m. Devon Fla.;
and 3-14 mark on the road, it would be near fatal to play any in the Rattlers first meet of Washington, Philadelphia, James Boston, Pensacola,
extra playoff games in their opponents' lair. the season. Pa.; Harold Roberts,Huntington Florida Michael Moody,
Death
Only In its second year of N.Y.; Lawrence Roberts, Syracus, New York Gerald

Should Miami win their first playoff series, the only possi- intercollegiate competion, the, Huntington, N.Y.; Kinsley Mil- Maurey, Coach.
ble way they can play one game (on April 19)) in Miami Beachis A star fullback for the Be- Rattlers have come long way
if the best of seven series for the Eastern Division champ thune-Cookman College Wild- in a short time, according to
ionship is carried to a seventh and final game on the Flori- cats died early last week at a Coach Gerald Maurey.

dians' court. And, further to the above mess, should Miami pompano Beach hospital after "The pote n tia 1,interest, "HV
manage, to make the final playoffs against the Western Divi- being found unconscious bed and ability is here," says fill

sion winner, they cannot play even one game in that last an sides a Broward County high- Maurey, "Last year, w e
crucial series in Miami Beach. way.The finished fourth in a field of TIME"By
death of Stanley I. Phillips seven teams and we had one

21, a sociology major, state champion and two run-
SPORTS WORLD LOSES 2 MOREThe was the third tragedy strike ners-up." PHIL DIXON

the B-CC team in seven The squad is led by Carroll
sports world will miss two more greats. Tom Fitz- j
months.A Roberts, a 123 pound soph-
gerald, sports writer with the MiamlDaily News for 11 years,
spokesman for the more who was crowned state
was great, not only in writing his column, but he had a heartof
Broward County medical examlner's champion at the Second An-
gold. He will be missed by all who associated with him. Football Is finally overt 1 The season was a long, long one that
nual
office said an autopsy Florida All-CollegeState
saw all types of games. As usual,the losers say, "we are the
The other loss was Danny Marr, vice president of the Bos- is underway, but there Wrestling Tournament at the best." This is what makes football or any sport, exciting,
ton Patriots, former pro football player and one of the found- were no signs of foul play. University of Florida in thrilling and above all the ,test of skills and abilities it is.

ers of the American Football League who died of a heart attack -, The B-CC junior reportedlyhad Gainsville. Roberts, who had At present, basketball is king. And for those of you, who
been enroute to his Pom- to win four consecutive bouts
Jan, 19, in Ft. Lauderdale. He was a good friend of Bob missed the Miami Magazine Classic last week, you missedthe
pano Beach home after a so- in the losing bracket to become -
Gallagher, sportscaster for WTVJ, Channel 4. chance to see some of the best basketball talent in southFlorida's
cial event. Unidentified champion has a twin
per- high schools. I think I will have to pass up on selection ;
sons carried him to Broward brother Harold, also on the
of an all-star basketball team. There are just too many
ALL-FLORIDA CHAMPIONSHIP AT BISCAYNEThe County General. Hospital, team.In good boys.
where he died a short time a dual meets last ?
opening rounds of the $31,400-added All-Florida later. the Rattlers finished with year a, For those of you who eat late suppers after games, etc; I
Championship at Biscayne Dog Track get under way this week- 2-1 record including victories recommend one place, not to go. Last week, a group of sport
end and the prestigious greyhound stakes feature reads like a Phillips, who played defenseduring tans came from a game and stopped at Jumbo's for supper -

who's who of the dog racing world.In his freshman year at when they got the check, they found it padded and un.
B-CC had been a fullbac': for "Phillips, a quiet personable ordered items on it. The waitress became indignant when ask-
all, 32 runners will start out and those who are successful the past two years. He had a young man will be ed about the check and the manager refused to talk about it,

in eliminations and semifinals competition will earn a career total of 365 yards missed by students and fellow until he was pressured. Places like this I can do without; and
chance to the $15,000 first prize of the Feb 1 rushing and six touchdowns.The athletes said
cop money Wildcat Coach above all, I can stay out; and fm pretty sure that all of you
Championship run. 220 pound athlete's Jack McClalren. "His death can stay away from, so this is one place, you won't see me
most outstanding feat in the comes as a great shock tome after the
The event has attracted some 10 greyhound invaders,with 1968 season games.
probably a
was .
Seemingly, a couple of weeks ago, we were watching the
three of them considered among the top eight runners in the block
key that allowed defensive The B-CC campus was hit world series; and last week, I noticed a couple of high schools
nation today. The illustrious trio includes Lurcher Boy, the back
Alvin Wyatt to by tragedy seven months ago starting their practices. This let me know, that basketball
1968 winning champion who set a new record of 53 victoriesfor make an 84 yard touchdown when Samuel and Daniel
Coop Is almost However from Information
season upon us. I've received -
the year, eclipsing a 20-year record held by former grey-
FlorIda
against A&M Univers
ends
er, on the B-CC team
the not started The
season time.
may get on playersand
hound runner Beachcomber;L.L.'si Doug, who with 84 life- ity.
drowned during an outing. owners are at odds on money matters in regards to the
time victories is the winningest greyhound actively campaigning -
fund The difference should besolvedas
; and Princess Patty, a top winner at Tampa the past two players pension soon
as possible so that players who need that extra time to get in
years.

P Two other outsiders rate big calls as possible winners of the Black Panther Slaying/ / shape Percy will Brown have it.one of Miami's sports men of years back,

big-m 0 n e y stakes feature. Back again is Whit's Zip, the defending celebrated his 39th birthday on last week.Congrats Mr. Brown,

champion of last cummer's all-Florida and Charisma, and a many, many more years of success and happiness.

winner of the Sarasota Derby and second-place finisher of the Indicate Power StruggleLOS SPORTSMAN OF THE WEEK: Willie Lewis- you still make
$25,000 American Derby at Taunton. the game rough.
- The AFL Believers Club is beginning to get off the ground,
The, local runners who have flashed brilliant form at Bis- ANGELES-The spec- They were among 17 per- we are just about ready to elect officers and start holding
cayne this winter include four members of the leading Barney tre of a violent power struggle sons questioned at the home of regular scheduled meetings. ril keep you. informed as we
O'Donnell Kennel -- Triple Rocket, Big Toyata, Mar Jaguarand among black militants arose John Jerome Huggins 23, an progress.

Grenoble. High on the list will be Alder-Jordan Kennel's Saturday as police arrested 12 area captain for the Black Until the games, Til be looking forward to seeing you.
Cleco Roosa, who won five straight races beating the best run- persons allegedly planning revenge Panthers. Five of the 17 were
ners on the grounds. for the fatal shooting of released
two Black Panther leaders.

The dozen were arrested at
I.- the home of one of the sheeting : KENTUCKY Idtife
SIFFORD ON "SHELL'S WONDERFUL victims in Watts,, 20 miles / 1

WORLD OF GOLF" from the University of Cali- STATE
fornia at Los Angeles where
Charles Sifford, who just won the 1969 Los Angeles Open, the two Negroes were shot at ALUMNI MEETINGThe : 1 1
I, will play against Doug Sanders and Great Britian's Dave the close of a meeting. The
Thomas in the fourth round of "Shell's Wonderful World of meeting concerned a proposed South Florida Chapterof

( Golf International tournament colorcast over the NBC Tele- black studies program. the Kentucky State College With

,.vision Network Saturday, Jan. 25, 5 6 p.m. Alumni Association will meet
Officers said
seized 14
t they Sunday, Jan. 26, 5 pm at the
The match, filmed at the Island Course of the Singapore Island guns an Ml rifle, several home ofHerbertandEdnaAmmons -

Country Club in Singapore, is part of Shell's nine-match shotguns and handguns-a 15150 SW 107th Avenue, Arb-Am
l elimination tourney which will award $164,000 in total cash homemade bomb and hundredsof Richmond Heights. Turn off

prizes. rounds of ammunition. U. S. 1 at Coral Reef Drive, 1

"They had the guns and ammunition the house is located on the
Sifford in winning the Los Angeles Open became the first and were embarking corner in front of the Florida

F Negro to win a PGA-sponsored tournament.He has been collI }- somewhere," said DetectiveLt. Power and Light plant.
j I peting on the PGA tour for a number of years. Sanders is Arthur Logue. He said All graduates of KentuckyState

)' 'sixth leading golfer in total earnings and has captured 17 tour- those arrested were. Panthersor College are asked to become HatrQrify
<)
leading golf stars. planning revenge. ter. In unity there is strength HAlrtSHEEJi
Each fourth Sunday the yoy/after havlf,

The Singapore Island course is a par-72 which runs 6,470 One was carrying blasting meetings alternate between

yards long. It is a challenging layout with rolling terrain and powder in a paper bag, police Miami and Ft. Lauderdale.
sloping, tree-lined fairways. The rolling, tricky greens prov said. None was charged with James Chambers,presidentand
'troublesome to all three golfers at times during the match. the killings. Edna Ammons,secretary.




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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday January 24 1969 29fmw
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Ef. {..d i. or"transitlonrl"
REAL .. .
*. The increased real estate AUTO INSURANCELow
:: :::: NO QUALIFYINGA
s : activity In the north partof :
oT Premium Rates: ; REAL DOLL HOUSE
;1j :.. 11; R the cityis at more reason- Low Monthly
Payments
able prices than prevail else- $500 DOWN SilO MONTHYou

A:1 By FRED ;;;'1 N where. This special situation Immediate SR-22 Filings will like this very nice 2 bedroom home with

Tti 1; BETTELHEIM, JR. :m EE tial indicates but terrific profit poten- OFFICE HOURSt :: enclosed porch. Large living room with attractive
carries with it corres- Mon. Thru Fri. 9,30-7tOO a
Cathedral ceiling. Stove good refrigerator and
:::: :::: ponding responsibilities. Sat. 9i304tOOBROWN ( ,
some furniture. Zoned duplex. Close-in N. W.
::::::!;f;:: : : : : :::::::: ::::::::::::::::: ::lb3:' If You are male or female,' REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
young or old, black or white, HOLLOPETER & POST, INC., Realtors
is a lot of to
There money experienced or not,able to devote 4740 NW 7th Avenue 844 S. W. 1st AVE. PH: 313-1316
be made, and many advantages
full-time
or part-time
to you in making it, by selling spare-time to real estate or 7540655ASK
we
real estate. This column will
discuss the opportunities and seriously suggest whether that you consider ((1)) 1852 NW 51st Terr. 2 beautiful homes.
or not
the ways for you to make the might want I Ito try one_phase you FOR MR. FORD 1 lot. FHA terms. $22,500. See Cert.
best use of them. In the mean-
or another of it. A career in ((1)) 736 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom CBS
time, we welcome your ques- this field offers diningroom ((2)) 3238 NW 52nd St. Beautiful 2 bedroom

tions and your comments; just benefits as compared many great with $350 down. $87 month. CBS. Garage. Awnings, carpets. FHA $350

write to the Editor and give other kinds of endeavor. d C7Nn. $101 pays all. See Dottie.
your name and address and ((2)) 2111 NW 152nd Terr. 3 bedroom CBS.
Real estate is much
more
phone number. than just a home or an apart- Fla room, carporte, fence. $450 down, $95 ((3)) Near NW 13th Ave. & 97th St. 3 bed-
There is a striking dis- ment to live month. Open House, 1.5 Sunday.
in. It is certainly room, 2 bath central heat. Dining
crepancy between the fact thata room, car.
that first of all, but its im-
large and increasing num- portance is much greater even ((3)) 2 CBS du exes. Side by side. Only $350 port, oven and range. Just gorgeous. See

ber of real black estate purchasesare and than that. In my opinion, it pro- down each. FHA terms. On NW 11th Ave. and Gene Kemp.
by people, onlya
vides the very best kind of investment 51st Street.
small number of blacks enjoy the very best way of ((4)) Near NW 13th Ave. and 87th St. 3 bed.

the profits from this busi- accumulating and storing savings ALSO NO QUALIFYING FOR THESE room, 2 bath, Fla room and garage. Good fin
Part of this situation is
ness. to gain wealth andsecurity. ancing. Ask for Gene Kemp.
the result of the poor job done ((1)) 2153 NW 49th St. 2 bedroom, $300 down.

by real estate people leaders to the in field attracting -, But there are two obstaclesto ((2)) 4023 NW 20th Ct. 2 houses, 1 lot. $500 Ford Realty Inc., Broker

but what is needed now is a be overcome, two problemsthat down.
special campaign to bring must be solved before you ((3)) 559 & 561 NW56th St.3 units. $500 down. 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635.4595
blacks into the real estate can sell real estate. We mayas

business as part of the move- well mention them at the Ford Realty Inc. Broker
ment into all kinds of enter- outset. First, you must apply Lee
Johnny
prise in order to get a better for permission to take a State 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
share of the action. examination and pass the exam -
The current real estate in order to 'obtain a Real Real Estate
market situation in Miami Estate Salesman's license.

also striking. It is notably a Then, too, selling real estateis '
seller's market, with buyers customarily a straight: com- REALTYBROKER 790 NW

grabbing up nearly everything mission job. When.you areget-: .
offered, at prices far above ting started, it is sometimes 54th St. x
slow going for a while until the
those of a year or two ago. :
But this is more true of the commissions build up. Next 't,
south half of Miami than of the week we will discuss these two OPEN 7 DAYS ,' 7589921OPEN
north area. This difference is problems along with some of "
probably not unrelated to the the special advantages offer :"J SUNDAY 1 TIL 5 P.M.

fact that the north half is a ed by real estate. FHA 2361 NW 96th Street
NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE
Corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS at 1792 NW 49th 2 bedrooms, 1 bath

St. Drapes, wall to wall carpeting, appliances. $10,500 $350 down
GROCERY STORE & PACKAGE STORE
$4,000 cash down and take over FHA morgote of * *
601 NW 2nd AVENUE less than $10,000 payable $88.40 month pays all.
BRAND NEW HOMES "
BUSINESS IN OPIRATION FOR SALE s,.a ,S a .S ' i *, D{;' .Q '
ESTABLISHED 3 bedrooms
2 baths Fla
room
,
COMPLETE WITH INVENTORY WILL SELL' FOR FHA VALUATIONBeautiful <:;;
,home on 'large fenced, landscaped .I r Full price $18,900 $1,800 down

For All Information Call Mr. Howard Open! front porch, garage, awnings, jalousie wft! : Near 24th Avenue at 86th Terrace
dews, curtain, drapes, etc Thil lovely 2 bed,: * *
UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE, INC. 151-8642 room CBS Is a well worth the FHA price of $13,-;
000 with $400 down and, $87 month .. ':' NO QUALIFYING
2100 NW 86th Street

SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Fla room

OPPORTUNITY Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, rear porch, terrazzo $600 down $110 per mo. pays all
SPECIAL floors, sprinkler system with pump and well,

jalousie windows, gas heat, appliances. FHA
price $14,500, $450 down and $97.01 month.

AND ESTABLISHED COMPLETE BAR ITALIAN, PACKAGE RESTAURANT STORE . King Realty, Inc. of MiamiKing

WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION I "
Lovely 3 b.droom,2 bath CBS in new area. Large DADE SI COUNTY' REALTORS 8000 NW 7th

Building, land, and licenses Lock, stock Fla room, carpet, owning, Jalousie windows, air IS OUR Ave
and barrel. $10,000 cash handles. Special I conditioners, wall to wall carpeting, sprinkler, KINGDOM '
and system. FHA bargain at $16,000, $600 down and
terms. If you are an experienced operator $106.34 month. CALL

can take advantage of a once in a lifetime 6932891
for details. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
deal, then call Stan
Modern duplex at 6345 N. Miami Ave. Floridaroom

tile roof, gas heat, air conditioners, furniture

UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE, INC. appliances, FHA price $16,500, $600 down,

4600 NW7fn AVENUE 751-8642 $113.93 mo. Rent one side and life in the other
rent free.

SELLER PAYS ALL'CLOSING COSTS

Outstanding 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with, NO QUALIFYING
thing. Screened in 33x16 swimming pool, .nrl
2010 NW 81 STREET
CARLTON REAUY30TINW covered patio, beautifully landscaped fenced ln-.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, only $85 mo. $800, down.
grounds built-in kitchen dishwasher control
,
BROKER .....
79 STREET heat, awnings, jalousie windows,;sidewalks, etc 1050 NW 91 STREET

693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 754-6733 FHA price, $23,500, $1,700. down,:, and $150.52 mo. 2 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, utility room, only
r '
$111 month for this bargain.

WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES 3145 NW 193 TERRACE
FHA-CBS Cozy 2 bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din area Beautiful 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting,
YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
K vynl tile firs, large corner. $9,000. central heat Fla built-in and
ut
rm, room, range oven,
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
$500 down. $60.66 month. garage, awnings, well, pump and sprinklers. $102
DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
FHA Lovely and convenient. 3 bedroom, 1 bath.. month pays all. 4

Liv rm, K and din area, garage, vynl firs, porch.
$12,500, $600 down, $88.62 mo. 1811 NW 93rd TERRACE
2 bedroom, stove-refrigerator, well and pump,
FHA-CBS Tile roof beauty, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, fenced. Low down payment.
Fla room, liv rm, din rm, K, garage, loads of REALTY'BROKER
storage space, front porch, lovely ground 195 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE
$21,000, $1775 down, $165 mo. pays all. Gorgeous corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage,
Excellent construction, central loca double carport, FHA. $1,000 down, $600 dp vets.

tile FHA-CBS roof, -teV firs, 5 bdrm, 2 bath, guest rm, liv 4932 NW 7th Ave. Sprinklers, well and pump.

modern kitchen, large work rm and ut
rm, din rm, all. PL 9-4371 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE
area. $21,000, $1200 down. $165 mo. pays
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
WATERFRONT BEAUTY CBS. Tile rf, terr A CAROL CITY'SHOPPING CENTER specialize In homes for persons being displaced

hdwood firs, 4 bdrm, 3, baths 2 cor garage. Must in Urban Renewal area, Miami. Housing
available.WE SUITE 208 624-3666
see. $32,500. Financing
Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify
HAVE OTHERS Open Evenings Sundays You're only a phonecall away.


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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday January 24, 1969

HELP WANTED I

ADS BARBER WANTED. Experi- : Business World

ence not necessary. Dave't I
I Artistic Barber Shop 1090 I

20 WORDS OR LESS 200. IOC FOR EACH ADDITIONAL I :'YORD NW 62nd St. (Jan. 31.' BlochParticipation

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Encourage
WANTED. Elderly woman to

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE share home. Small rent. Call
634-8216. (Ja. 24)
Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2 bed- INCOME PROVERTY INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITY

rooms, 1 bath each side, cor- Duplex and cottage. $180 HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAUApplications

ner lot, fenced yard, patio, monthly income. Convenientto 17 UNITS (ALL FURNISHED) are now being accepted The world of business and Fellowship Program, wherewe
barbecue pit, sprinkler, wall shopping. Total price $11,- This is a chance to give yourself with some Immediate the college campus will join professors from

to wall carpet, built-in oven 000. Realtor Phil Perry, Inc. ago o d income opportunity. opening, for EXPERIENCEDSteno forces in a new program to en- black college campuses into

range. Must see. FHA $900 642-0461. Take advantage of this excellent and File Clerks Day and courage black students to prepare industry for a summer pro-

down $128 month. Atlanticand investment of these 17 Night Waiters and Waitresses, for the increasing oppor- ject in a field related to their
Pacific Realtor, 666-0411 93rd Terrace NW 19th Avenue units. One mortgage. Callus Porters Ware-washers. tunities opening in business speciality.

2 bedrooms (could be 3) 11/2 for details Fenster Realty Housemen, Night Cleaners the National Urban League an- "This reverse approachwill
,
"53" BUICK FOR SALE baths, frame, tile floors,$750 Broker, 759-8779. Night Coffee Shop Hostess . nounced Friday. give students a unique

Good condition. Best offer. down. FHA terms. $77 month. NOW IS THE TIME to apply in Called the "Floating Facul- opportunity to study with and

754-7671. Realtor, Phil Perry, Inc. at our Personnel Office 10 ty" project blacks currently get first hand information

642-0461 FHA a.m. to 4 p.m., 4441 Collins employed in top managementJobs fromblack l men who are
FHA CBS 3 bedroom, Fla. 2 HOUSES ON 1 LOT Avenue Miami Beach. by some of this country's "Making it" in industry today.
porch. $950 down plus closing LIVE RENT FREE Terrific dealt! 2 bedroom major corporations will spend And the beauty of this programis

$109 month pays all.Drive CBS, duplex 1 bedroom, 1 house plus garage.Ranch- a minimum of 2 consecutive it will cost neither the stu-

by 2331 NW 101 St. and Call bath each side. Fenced yard, style Other home a one bed- ADULTS RETIREES days a week on loan to a Negro dent nor the college one cent.

821-8184. Do not disturb owners protectiv e windows walk to room, all CBS. Price$21,550. SCHOOL BOYS college campus teaching stu- Industry will pick up the tab."

Jo Tricoli Realty 821- bus and church. $350 down, Downpayment plus closing NEED MONEY? dents the techniquesandskllls Miss Lane is director of the
8184. $108 month pays all. Realtor cost. Don't miss it.Originally Try a Miami Herlad newspaper necessary to succeed In a NUL's Summer Fellowship

Phil Perry, Inc. 642-0461. priced at $25,000. Drive by route. For information business career. Program.

CBS Duplex furnished.$11,000 6500 NE 1st Place Shown by call. 350-2487. Mr. Bennettor Based on their own job ex- The program opens Febru-

$1,500 down. Month income FHA LOW DOWN appointment only. Fenster Mr. demons. (Jan. 24) perience, these young execu- ary 6 at 2 predominently black

$240. No qualifying, 1852 NW New sub division. over half Realty, Broker 759-8779. tives from industrial, t1tu- colleges Atlanta University

42nd Street.TRIPLEX1 sold already. 18 homes re- Truck Mechanic. Permanent tions such as Bristo-Myers, and Howard University, '

maining 3 bedrooms, 1 bath job. Secure future with large IBM, Ford Motor Companyand

House and duplex, to 4 bedrooms, 2 baths.Prices established company. Excel- U. S. Steel will help struc-
CBS on 2 lots $12,000.$1.500 start at $17,600, VA financingwith 2401 NW 85th St. Huge cor- lent benefit program. Prefer ture the course with a
prac-
down. Month income $300. no down payment, or low ner 4 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced applicanys with established tical towards the demandsand

2423 25 NW 56th St. 633- FHA payment. Open 1 to sun- 15 x 37 pool, built-in kitchen, residence in this area.Good responsibilities eye of busi- a4i

4650. set everyday. Located at 90th total price $19,500 we have work references required.For ness today. The course will
Ave. and SW 128th St.Jennings terms on this one see the interview appointment,
full credits and the visi-
carry
1142 NW 115th STREET Construction Co. (Feb. 14)) best. Aetna Realty (Broker,) call Sealtest Foods 17707 NW Instructor full

2 bedroom large house fenc- 811 NW 54th St., Ph: 757-5724 Miami Court. 625-0411 (an ting fessional status. pro-

ed yard. Near schools, shop- "FHA" Open 7 days. equal opportunity employer). Nancy Lane, who created

ping and churches.Price$15,- 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX this project said "This is actually j

500. $91.85 a month pays all. Excellent location, young 8431 NW 22nd Place 2 bed- Male 180 Ibs or more. 18 an: extension of the League's i

Approximately $4,200 down. large 2 bedroom each side, room CBS, oak floors,tile roof years of age or older to ride four-year-old Summer

Ask for Ton 758-2541 or 759- home plus income. Price$19 fenced, price to move now, with salesman after school. .

8697. 400. $900 down plus all closing 13800. E-Z down, E-Z Must have telephone Phone HELP WANTED .
costs. Drive by 3101 NW 9th I Sam at 448-8054, between 8
monthly a" must" see todayl! Mr. Muary Alterson (Mr.
OPEN SUNDAY 2 6 p.m. Avenue then call Fenster p.m. and 9 p.m MALE OR FEMALE
us
Aetna Realty(Broker), 811NW Ford, as he is familiarly
160 NW 69th STREET Realty, Broker, 759-8779. 54th St. Phone: 757-5724,open known), president of Ford
You must see this lovely big 7 days. Beauty operator wanted. 691- ACCOUNTANT II: 318.00 Realty, Inc., 3639 NW 15th
CBS home. 2 bedrooms plus 100 9392 or 751-7449. (Feb. 28)) $401.00 bi-weekly. Age 21-55 Ave., announces the appoint-
oak NW 68th St. Gorgeous
sleeping porch. Lovely ment of Eugene E. Kemp as
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS with
floors 2 with ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I
plus car garage Florida room 3 houses. CBS, tile roof,hard- HELP WANTED MALE sales manager Of the residen-
With rental garage huge (DRAFTSMAN) $231.00 -
... apartment. you pay :
4 bed- department
wood floor corner. tial and income property -
only $96 month. $1300 down. oak floors, tile roof, $16,500 2 bath 3 2 POLICE OFFICER I: $274.00 $290.00 bi-weekly. Age 19-50
rooms bedrooms .
,
FHA. A. Ben-Kori Realtor total price, we arrange financ- $333.00 bi-weekly. Age
Aetna Realty baths, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath.* : Mr Milton Markowitz,sec-
ing
see today
anytime 759-2425. I 501/2-33. CLERK TYPIST: $177.00 -
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St. Ph. Central conditioning and $221.00 bi-weekly. Age 17-55 retary-treasurer of Ford
757-5724 7 heat. You must qualify. VA or Rea 1 ty, Inc., stated that"Gene"
2153 53rd 2 open days.
NW Street. houseson LIFEGUARD I: $215.00 -
FHA. Call Michael 624-8839. ; has been a very active
lot. is. Make 20-33 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
1274.00$
Buy as offer. bi-weekly. Age
3140 NW 157th salesman and In his new
po-
All CBS 2 houses and pool, Terrace.Jan. Hall 1130
693-3674. front house 3 1 bath 31)) City Washington sition he will be able to lend
bedrooms PARK AND GOLF COURSE Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla.
back house 2 bedrooms 1 bath much assistance to pro-
$600 down. Open house Sunday ,down 16 lots, TRUMAN City, west MECHANIC I: $227.20 MISCELLANEOUSWANTED jects that Ford Realty, Inc.,
FHA $1,200 -
$18,000 -
2 to 5. A beauty, 3 bedrooms Rent of airport. Call 758-1872. 5273.60 bi-weekly. Age 21-50 plans to start soon."
2 baths, carport, 4431 NW 175 seller pays closing costs.
(Jan. 24)
Street. Call Mrs.Somma, 621- one, live in other fantastic ELECTRIC IAN: 260.80 ONE USED STENOGRAPH
8921 deal call Aetna Realty (Broker 21-40
or 981-2355. George 5286.40 bi-weekly. Age MACHINE
Branch Broker. ), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. 757- FOR RENT
Please call Mrs.Briggs at The
5724, open 7 days. Furnished apartment to let. PAINTER: $248.80 $273.60 Miami Times, Thursday or

Beautiful large 2 bedroom, Call for further information 1 i-weekly.. Age 21-50. Friday from 1 7 p.m. 691- I
2263 NW 86th Terrace Fan-
clean CBS house Carport 691-7543. 0421. ltnI
very 1
tastic 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. .
1 air conditioner. Extra UTILITY MAN: $197.60 -
big kitchen fenced in yard, room large,workshop tile roof,separate CBS, fenced from Room in private home for em- $248.80 bi-weekly. Age 18-55. ALLAPATTAH REALTY irtJrrt'1HAS

county taxes only, city water. house, total price $15,500 if ployed middle age settled lady. $600 DOWN FDA

$13,000 FHA terms. Edison you have $1,000 down we can' 633-7998. FIREMAN I: $261.00-$333.00 1495 NW 41st Street

Realty, Realtors 751-2441. set up E-Z monthly payments bi-weekly. Age 21-33. 2 CBS homes. 2 bedrooms,
175 NW 62nd Street. Room in a quiet home. Man
Fla like
Call now Aetna Realty (Broker large room, new,
only. 1012 NW 75th Street.
HOUSING INSPECTOR
), 811 NW 54th St., Ph.757- : corner lot. IMMEDIATE
* *
$227.00 $318.00 bi-weekly.
5724 7 days.
open OPENINGSFOR
FHA $13,500. $450 down, $90 Efficiency for a man.Conveniently Age 21 55. $1300 DOWN FHA

month. Seller (pays all closing .9799 NW 26th Ave. 3 bedrooms located. Reasonable 2230' NW 38th Street
costs. 2 bedroom CBS. LARG!]I; CBS, carport sprinkler price. To see call NE 5-4805 HEAVY EQUIPMENT Big beautiful duplex. 2 JANITORSPART

Fla. room, awnings fenced system, pool and (patio OPERATOR: bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room,
yard near 22nd Avenue and total $15,500 E-Z down, E-Z Room. Near bus and jitney $217.60 '- $273.60 bi-weekly. huge corner let. TIME NIGHTS

68th Street. TUBIN Realtors, monthly see now, make offer line. 1116 NW 51st Ter. Age 25 50.AUTOMOTIVE. * Good Pay
7906 NW 7th Avenue. 691-4785 811 3536 NW 10th Avenue Fringe Benefits
Aetna RealtyBroker), NW
HIALEAH APARTMENTSNo MECHANIC I Small down, no qualifying.
54th St. Ph 757-5724, open
FHA $11,500. $350 down. $77 : children. 1 and 2 bedroom $227.20 $273.60 bi-weekly. Large CBS. duplex.ALLAPATTAH Apply In Person
._ 7 days.
* 309 NW 2nd AVENUE
include
month. Seller pays all closing apartments refrigerator Age 21-55.

costs. Nice 2 bedroom CBS, CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath range, unfurnished, repainted REALTY M/F 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
large fenced yard. Drive by Water free. 1 bed- WASTE DISPOSAL FOREMAN
indef
screened porch fenced yard ( )
633-0426
2474 NW 93rd St. and call TU- room $19 week or $75 month. DRIVER: $197.60 $248.80.
sprinklers close tobus shopping -
BIN REALTORS, 7906 NW 7th 2 bedroom $21 week or $80 bi-weekly. Age 25-50.
FHA $300 down $80.78
,
Ave., 6914785.No month. Convenient to shoppingand
month Veteran or displaced
working areas around Hia- LABORER: $1.97 per hour.
$100 down. Atlanticand .
qualifying. 3 bedrooms, person Pacific Realtors 666- leah. Hi-Lo Apartments, 2490 Age 18-55. Working ExecutiveNeed
,
CBS, attached garage tile 0411. West 4th Ct. #1 Hialeah, Gr. CITY OF MIAMI BEACH

roof, hardwood floors, jalou- Mrs. Williams 887-0763. City Hall 1130 Washington mature, dependable man with common
sie windows, large fenced cor- Avenue Miami Beach
Fla.
144 and sense to supervise of
ner lot, carpets drapes, and NW 45th St. Home management apartmentsin
washing machine. 90th Street, Income, all CBS, rent one,live CHILD CARE Liberty City area. Experienced in debitsor

'" near 7th Avenue. $1800 down in other one, No qualifying Nursery and kindergarten in MISCELLANEOUSI handling tenants would help but not neces-
down invest in your will advertise businesson
$1,500 your
and take over TUBIN existing Realtors FHA future. Aetna,RealtyBroker), private home. Call for further radio for $2. CaU 759-1543 sary. Good, steady, well-paying job for the
mortgage. information 757-2791 after
811 NW 54th ST. Phone 757-' : proper person with references.
7906 NW 7th Avenue, 691-4785 5:30. All day :Saturday and
5724. Open 7 days. Draperies taken down, cleaned -
Sunday. (Jan. 31) decorator folded and re- Call Friday Or Saturday
Duplex. 2 bedrooms each side.
I \ Modern CBS apartment with $600 DOWN FHA Minus Infant's Paradise. 2377 hung. Lustra-tone Drapery Morning
Service 887-8022. (Indef.)
built In kitchens. Tile roof, 2 beautiful homes, nice lo- NW 95th Terrace. Operatedby ,

; terrazzo floors, awning win- cation. 4 bedrooms carport. licensed nurse. Ages to WANTED PL40643Mr.

dows, FHA $1,000 down. 3 bedrooms carport. Call 3 years. For information, call* 1 bedroom apartment unfur-

$129.81 month.TUBIN Real- 981-2355 or 621-8921 ask for 696-7516 or 693-0242. Free nished in nice quiet neighborhood Miller

tors, 7906 NW 7th Ave., 691- Mrs. Somma. George W. pickup and delivery. North of Phone 6966303. After

4785., Branch, Broker. 79th Street. 5 P.m. (Feb. 21))



MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 24, 1969 31

sau, Bahamas) by his own 111 girl,Vernell Evans Collie. Mar- FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
vin Gaye's hit "I Heard it Through the Grapevine" dedicatedto
Round AboutTalk pretty VeronlcaAnnHlcks"MlssFAMU" ? This Is Scoop Earn extra money. Night work. 59. Also day

Bethel saying, time and tide wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK. work.
Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.

SOUTHERN Excellent company benefits. Paid vacation
LOTS FOR SALE or over. APply' between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. No
JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL BELL Next to 1924 NW 49th St.
''t-tBY: Make Offer) phone calls please. National Linen Service ,
NEEDS Cash Paid for Land or 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.
LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON, was sworn In as the 36th Pre- TELEPHONEOPERATORS Buildings Monty Loaned

sident of the United States, Nov. 22, 1963, in the head compartment CALL 538.1340

of.the Presidential plane at Love Field (Dallas, APPLY Job Opportunity
Texas) where in the rear compartment laid the body of the Monday-Friday ATTENTIONHOUSEWIVES
(most loved) assassinated President John F. Kennedy. Last 345 N. E. 2nd Avenue SUPERMARKET
week Mr. Johnson, confidently reviewed(on national TV) his 8325 N. E. 2nd Avenue
five years and two months as president. LBJ rounded out a Downtown 9101 S. W.Location 24th Street OpenMl COLLEGE STUDENTSEarn
fine and proud appraisal of his administration. He cited me- Day Saturday A. M. CASHIERCHECKER
dicare, voting rights, federal assistance to education, land Equal Opportunity Employer
conservation and job training,among the laws that have "takenon Extra MoneyIn TRAININGA
the flesh of achievement" with the last five LBJ's Your Spare Time
years. HELP WANTED new daytime class, 8:30.3:00: opens on Thursday,
leaving words: "I hope it may be said a hundred years from January 23, at a total cost of $15.00 which includesall
now that by working together we helped to make our country MECHANIC No Experience fees and complete set of cashier training manuals.
more Just. But I believe that at least it will be said that we Diesel or gas. Experienced on NecessaryWe three weeks.
Course completed In
trucks I for modern
helpful, shop.
tried. The Congressmen responded with emotional applauseand
the singing of "Auld Lang Syne." Vice president HubertH. Own tools required. 5 to 5'/j Will Train You Register now in room 104 weekdays, 9:00 a.m. to
Humphrey predicted that historians would rank Mr. John- days, good pay with overtime, 9:00 p.m. or call 350-3511 for additional Information.
6 polo holidays, group insurance WAITERS OR
son among the "great presidents." With his work done, Mr. and profit sharing plan. -
Johnson said, "I am not going to leave town as a bitter man, WAITRESSESNeeded LINDSEY HOPKINS EDUCATION CENTER

I am going to leave town as a happy and thankful man." APPLY IN PERSON) now for counter or 1410 NORTHEAST SECOND AVENUE
floor work.Over 21. Full or MIAMI, FLORIDA 33132F.
LEONARD BROTHERS parttimedayornight shift.
-r cE TRUCKING CO., INC.
COMPANY BENEFITS S. E. S. REPORT:
2595 NW 20th STREETan

( equal opportunity employer) WAGES TIPS Training Jobs Open NowIf

(Jan.31)) APPLY:
you have no experience but want to work-here is an
9-11 a.m. 2-5 p.m. opportunity to work and learn a new trade. All you haveto
AS50>. >Eln
hat owning IF i F jnr A.the 1N lInwln" At Following LocationS! do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office
LUMSIN listed below.
GROCERYWAREHOUSE (1). A Miami employer has a job opening for a mechanically -
.
MIAMI Inclined trainee to learn the repair and maintenanceof
8801 South Dixie Hwy.
8435 S. W. 24th Street factory sewing machines. The starting salary will be
90 S. W. 27th Avenue $70.00 for a five day, forty-hour week.
2900 NW 79th Street (2)). A local employer needs ,construction workers to
PERSONNEL
11045 NW 7th AvenueIN
help build a miniature golf course. Experience is not
OROSR fnrdIeatnr i s.pOd'11rPr'wAre MIAMI BEACH necessary but you must be a willing worker. The salary
trn North
tiou furred MuM b* bondabln. Gnnrtnnnnrttimiv / 18660 Collins AvenueIN
DON GARDNER-KIM WESTON-J. F. KENNEDY 2 to nmht"Inln ,*hlltl tAct.-.rowinaditlnbutor. \ (3). A Hialeah roofing contractor has job openings for
ALSO NORTH MIAMI roofer helpers. Experience isnotnecessary.The starting
TALK OF THE TOWN. .Jan 20, 1969, the day that Rich- TractorTrailerDRIVERS 550 N. E. 125th StreetIN salary will be $2.80 an hour for a 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
ard M. Nixon became (officially) the 37th President of the MIAMI SPRINGS workshift, Monday through Friday.
United States of America.Spiro Agnew(former Maryland Gov.) 4441 NW 36th StreetIN Apply for all these jobs at the Industrial office, Florida
now U. S. Vice President. Nixon was sworn in by Chief Jus- CORAL GABLES State Employment Service, 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue. Em-
tice Earl Warren after which President M.Nixon deliveredhis EXPCRIFNCED MuM inaugural address calling for National Unity between black hmwMhlt record/ end bevR .wf flnvip COCONUT GROVE Monday through Friday. -.
and white people." 2977 McFarland Road
NOW AVIN6' TOI WA6EX
EXCELLENT EMPLOYEE B nfHELPWANTED "is
--- -- ---
THEY DO THEIR THING BEST..Lou Rawls on TV's "Big APPLY, 1193,PrrsnnnRI'W 3A Av"Of/ice ettRr pAM. I
Valley" Jan. 20th, a big hit . Lionel Hampton and his big '*''''",**,,*:= ''''':::=,*''''''''':':'''':',*''=='''''="*''''-==
band, the toast of Richard Nixon inaugural dancing affairs in

Washington, D. C. . That girl in the news "Lula Mckenzie" I
I; FOR SALE BY OWNER
(Helen Lindsey's 111 girl) a pretty model. . Benny O'Berry Wig Stylists
EOPI Opa-locka crusader . Lona Glenn looking "sexier
than ever" in N.Y. . .Police Lt. Leroy Smith working over- EXPERIENCED I IN :;:::::'::*:::&:::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::#:::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::i

time on community relations. . Little Della Humphrey can
do her thing for me anytime . Top American recording CUTTING AND STY-
stars on the British charts are: Louis Armstrong, The Four LING. EXCELLENT 7762 NW 9th Avenue
Tops(Yesterday's Dreams) and Aretha Franklin.
SALARY. 1 bedroom, 20 ft., one 20 ft. living room, one kitchen, one diningroom
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY... Robert(Bobby)
8645017MIAMI one bath. CBS, on large lot. Duplexfor sale with qualifying,
Hunt, Opa-locka "Big Wheel" on the move. His thing is the '
Stable" no closing costs, no legal fees of any kind. $25Q down, $105 mo.
"Poney and the barber shop on Ali Baba . Singer BEACH
Kim Weston taking a rest from the road company of"Hallelujah pays all. Call owner, 371.4972 or 8652160.

Baby" because of exhaustion. (Just tired) . Don Gard-
ner returning to the NY"Small's Paradise" with a new band. INVENTORYCONTROL :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
The Temptations and the Supremes "I'm Gonna Make You CLERK
Love Me" dedicated to Gilbert Coolie of Cooper Square (Nas- 254 NW 52nd Street

'VVVVVVV VV V tf tftf tf g tf tf g tfitf itf'' ''VV***'*'' 1 h vsulheipMb'; ::uep plnp: our

Now Open Under The Mter'lIl typing'ability l in Control Inventory preferred.Dcntrlnvnt Control' end Eprrlnnct *- Beautiful 2 bedroom, garage, 1/3 baths, all hardwood floors, largelot

could in house beautiful. $450
the interior of house win a prize

WIREMEN down, $150 month. CALL OWNER 371-4972 OR 865-2160
New OwnershipOF

tlECTRONIC.i. IInd printed Wlr,,circuit mm (01 If.' lh4"*."<. : :::: :: :: :::: :::::".$::;:::::::: :: :::::::::::::::::::::
E. B. & E. L. KIRKLA Mr civic*end, ablt b"I to read. wth wirin. relnr* di,>
djrarru.LiRERAl. 229 & 231 NW 41st Street
"irlimt b neW fro-
pram ollere'lTlFASE.
Royal Drive-In APPLY 2 houses on 1 lot. 2 bedrooms, Fla room, bath and a half in one, 2

NW 15th Ave "'W I EN W WhW'. bedrooms, 1 bath in other.oHouses In immaculate condition. $450 -t,

6840 An Enunl Opportunity Emnlwr down, $150 month pays all. Rear house could be rented for $125.

o en 24 Hours Live rent free. Call owner: 371-4972 or 865-2160

GIRL FRIDAY
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BREAKFASTLUNCHDINNERSANDWICHES SERVING GIRL MONDAYTuesday 15925 NW 27th Place

Wednesday,
Thursday, too. Beautiful CBS, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 kitchen property. Perfect -

We are looking who wont for two to secretaries for 2 relatives or mother and daughter or 2close friends. $450 down,

our marketing home of join $120 month pays all. Some furnishings remain. Direct from owner.
DO YOU WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN team. Both should be ableto
type 50 to 65 WPM with 371-4972 or 8652160.
BEER AND WINE TAVERN? accuracy. One should be
able to take dictation. Both
Take a look at Sue & Pot's Tavern at 1523 NW 79th St., positions are Interesting
where you have 9:00 to 1 1:00 hours and a ready tradein with a new twist each day. : :::::::::: i:':::;;:*;:::::::::::::: ::::::::::: :::::::::::.r:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::x.:::::;wxtf:.::::.::::iX-xWS::::: ;: :*::::::::.h"::::::::::::::::::r.:::::.::::::::::::::::r::::
a real hot neighborhood, and then call Stan for the GOOD benefits salary In a friendly with fringe at. iz :1'

real detollrt mosphere. %; BESIDES THE ABOVE, THERE ARE MANYOTHER PROPERTIES f' ...,
COPYSTATICSMFG. CORP. J.J.THAT YOU CAN BUY DIRECT FROM THE SAME OWNER. IN ALL |'
Here the business have been lookingfor. of Saxon Cor.;
is
Pap.
opportunity Subsidiary
THESE PURCHASES THERE WILL BE NO FEES OF ANY KIND i%
If you know the business and really wontto take advantage 13900 NW 57th Court f
of a ready-made and going business, all you Miami Lakes IndustrialPark r NO CLOSING COST TO PAY. MERELY, YOUR PRESCRIBED $

need is $2500 cash to handle. Miami, Fla. f: DOWN PAYMENT. 1 iTHE ;

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