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11-Year-Old Schoolboy Founf'9 1 r :}




Buried In Shallow GraveFoul :j


play Is believed to have '" "'AM ie w k ,i ldlN up by a man ina auto- 'II
caused the death ,of an 11- ,1 N poked last Wednesday even- TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN BUS J

year-old schoolboy found buried ing Vol. 46, No. 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JAN ]IB 154
in a shallow grave Sunday .
In a weed-filled lot at NE 12th : :::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: or FLA. ''STOR( f

St. and Miami Ct. ,:! X :
\ Seminar For Teachers Turnpike CraSh .
Matthew "Fat Boy" San-
ford, a sixth grade student at '
Phyllis Wheatley Elementary I On Student Attitudes j

School, had been missing since .;.; Kills 5 Miamians
Wednesday, January 22. He I Director E. Wilson Purdy members of the Public SafetY.
normally worked in the kitchen has announced that the Dade Department will will lectureon
after school at Polite's Res- County Public Safety Depart- various law enforcement Two men, two women anda Ernestine.The .
taurant one block from his \ ment, in cooperation with the activities. The teachers will teenage girl, all Miamians, two couples were killed
home at 1130 N W 2nd Ave. Dade County Board of Public also receive a tour through were fatally injured on the instantly Laura died at a hos-

Apt. 4.His _. CMATTHEW Instruction, will conduct a fif communications, the crime Florida Turnpike Fridaynightwhen pital five hours later.
mother, Mrs. Arlene -- tee n-hour institute for 40 laboratory and the Dade their car was wreckedin Police said Bell's car, with
Sanford, reported the boy miss- SANFORD members of the Dade County County jail.Director. a four-vehicle collision Pressley at the wheel, drove
ing Thursday morning to police -. .'. Stab Wounds? ? ? School System onStudentAttitudes Purdy stated this eight miles south of the stuart from the shoulder of the road
and the missing persons ed that the children who discovered Toward Civil Responsibilities school is a part of a continu- into the path of a truck and
bureau. the body reported ing program, in conjunctionwith exit.The Turnpike patrol identified was hit from the rear.It .
Up until Wednesday police multiple stab wounds in the The five-day institute will the Dade County Board of the victims as: Lloyd Bell, was believed that they had
have released no autopsy report chest. Another neighborhoodchild be held at the Public Safety Public Instruction, to assistin his wife Elizabeth and their stopped at the roadside to
.on the case. It Is rumor- 4 reported seeing the boy Building 1320 NW 14th St., a mutual understanding be- 17 year-old daughter, Laura, change drivers, police,said.
from Monday, Feb. 3 through tween the Public Safety De- of 1960 NW 48th St.; James The group was enroute to
Friday, Feb. 7 from 7 to 9 p.m partment and School officials. E. Pressley, 28, of 1908 NW 'South Carolina for a funeral; of
The purpose of the Instituteis The director further stated he 48th i i Street and his wife a relative.
Near Tragedy In to Introduce to the teach- ifa s been extremely pleased
.
ers student attitudes toward with previous successful institutes -
civil responsibilities and expressed the
Mr. William C. Matlack, of hope that all the teachers in
BlastA the Dade County Board of Public (the school system will even- Nixon Names 2
Apartment Instruction and Institute tually have an opportunity to ,
Director, will be assisted by participate.

gas explosion that could the third floor kitchen for sev-
Aides
have proved tragic ripped the eral hours, possibly because Blacks Top
roof off a three-story 27-unit someone installing a stove one Welfare/ Mothers Ask
apartment house in the crowded floor below and mistakenly
central district Friday opened the valve feeding the WASHINGTON. President ed so far In the administration. -
morning minutes after most third-floor kitchen. Nixon has named two Negroesto They will have direct responsibility -
parents left for work and Minimum Wage important positions in the for matters
children were off to school., The third-floor apartmenthad Department of Housing and closely affecting Improvement
no stove, officials said, Urban Development, it 'was of conditions Inthe nation's
Eleven tenants were injuredand and the gas line Into the room learned Saturday. ghettos and among minority
apartments on all three apparently leaked enoughto Jobs Dignify groups.
floors buckled in the 8:35a.m.' allow gas to build up in the They are,Samuel C. Jackson -
1 \x.blast that went off in a third small kitchen. ',' 39, a vice president of
! :.... A minimum -
WASHINGTON
22nd
floor kitchen at 350 NW the American Arbitration Association -
IJ 11'; Terrace. Miami Fire Chief Lawrence a plastic radio was melted.The annual income $4,400, who was named assistant -
f Kenney said any tiny spark higher welfare payments and secretary for metropolitan
Fire officials said gas had Injured were Mrs. Bar- more dignity for recipients a ,+
from a light switch or even a development,and Sam-
into third floor bara Symonette, 26; of
leaked the headed a list legislative
refrigerator could have touch uel J. Simmons, 41 now director
apartment for several hours ed off the gas. Betty Pitts, Paulette goals announced by the Na- of field services for the
and it was miraculous that none Brown; 14; Mrs.Lucy Parker tional Welfare Rights Organization government Civil Rights Com-
was seriously hurt.The eleven The hardest-hit apartmentswere 38, and her 14-year-old son mission, who will be assistant
injured included three preg- two third-floor units. Ray, from the adjacent apart- secretary for equal opportu
nant women. All were takento ment;' Mrs. Grace Flowers The demands Included fed nity. 1t
Jackson Memorial Hospital Plastic tablecloths were 23, and her 23-year-old hus- eral efforts to boost jobs while E
and treated for cuts and bruises melted and fused to tables, band, Elton, both from next- maintaining adequate incomesfor With the exception of James I du 1 I
from the flying glass and fall- upholstery was cleanly burn- door building at 360 NW 22nd welfare recipients unableto E. Johnson, who has been erred -
ing plaster. ed off the furniture, leaving Ter.; Lily Wilson 12andShelia work including welfare to the Civil Service Com-
Fire Department officials only bare springs In the kit- Wilson, 9; James Williams mothers who stay home to rear' mission,the two new assistant t
said gas had been leaking Into chen where the blast occurred,I and Ruthie Mae Peavy 26. families. secretaries will be the high-

Executive committee mem- est ranking Negroes appoint- .-...-

bers of the NWRO pledged efforts DR. WENDELL P. WHALUM
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to work with the Nixon ,
''ii. ;; Glee Club Director
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administration and said some \# 'Ii
21y of its top officials already are ) ;, Morehouse Glee
meeting with them. ;* "
1'1 Club Here SundayThe
The NWRO goals include:
I. :
A minimum annual incomeof .. ; : .' Morehouse CollegeGlee
.
n '
$4,400 which Wiley called a Club will present a con
Y 1 realistic figure although he : ( cert in the auditorium of Mi-
said the organization prefers t .!' ami Northwestern Senior High
,
something nearer the $6,000 ,o: School Sunday at 4 p.m. The
minimum listed by the govern / Glee Club is under the direc-
4 ment as adequate for main- tion of one of its outstanding
tenance of a family of four. alumni, Dr. Wendel P.
Whalum.
Federal funds for imme-
D:. Whalum received his
diate creation of three million
early training in Memphis
dPF ,
in housing
jobs, particularly
Tennessee and entered More-
4> construction and in servicesthat
house College and graduatedin
would benefit slum areas.
ARTHUR 0. EVE the class of 1952. He fur-
Dignity through eliminationof . New York Assemblyman thered his education with the
recipient investigators, M. A. degree from Columbia
"midnight raids," and alleged Former Miamian University and later receivedthe
harassment by social work- Ph. D. degree from Iowa
ers. Wiley criticized makinga Re-elected State University.
man having a relationshipwith For the performance of the
a mother responsible for Glee Club during the funeral
maintaining her illegitimate In New York service of Dr. Martin Luther
GETS LOAN TO BUY DRUG STORE children. King and his excellence In the

Continuing its new thrust in helping to promote black entrepreneurshipIn } Repeal of what the committee Former Miamian Arthur 0. field of music education the
called the "antiwelfarelaw" Eve has been sworn in as As- University of Haitlawarded -
the community, the National Industrial Bank of Miami closed another loanto
which froze the numberof him a Doctorate of Music
semblyman In the New York
establish a black business this week. Homer Humphrey, who worked as a welfare children receiving State Legislature. Eve was degree. Also, Dr. Whalum is

pharmacist at Mt. Sinai Hospital is shown signing his note for an $11,000 benefits in an effort to pena- re-elected to a second term to a renowned concert organist,
SBA guaranteed loan to purchase Stanley's Drugs at 8690 NW 22nd Avenue. lize illegitimacy. It requiresalso represent the 143rd District having recently performedwith

Seated with' him is Jack Stein, assistant to the president of National Indus- that mothers work or lose from Buffalo. the Atlanta Symphony'
chestra. The glee dab has per-
payments.
trial Bank. Standing are Garth C. Reeves, Chairman of the Board; Tom Butler, More federal welfare money The Assemblyman's proud formed on national television

Small Business Administration Regional Director; Marvin Lieber Alvin Guil- and a federal minimum for mother, Mrs. Beatrice Eve of many times and has given
ford, SBA Loan Officer; and Peter Strelkowbank.attorney. Johnson of Miami payments that states would be 1019 NW 66th St., flew to Buffalo many concerts throughout the
photo. encouraged to enlarge. for the ceremony. country.UfljV .

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On Negro Job PictureMiami E A w f +w i
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one ofseveral vided by the Equal Employ- get special emphasis are
metropolitan areas in the ment Opportunity Commission Louisville, Atlanta, Houston,
Southeast which will get special New Orleans. NorfolkPortsmouth. I
emphasis in a two-year The study will seekanswersto .
study now under way by the four broad questions: Field investigations will be
University of Kentucky of the -- What are the political, conducted in such selected industries -
obstacles to employment of economic, and social factors as agriculture, tex-
Negroes in the Southeast, accounting for Negro employ- tiles, construction, trucking,
according to William U. Nor- ment patters in the South? railroads, longshoring, retail
wood, regional manpower ad- -- How do these patterns trade, shipbuilding, pulp and
ministrator, U. S.Department differ between the South and caper government hotel and
of Labor. the non-South and between restaurant and
petroleum refining -
The two-year project, con- various industries and cities The results of these investigations ,
ducted by the University's Re- within the South?' will be compared -
search Foundation, will be -- What are the prospectsfor with information from other i'j
looking at overall patterns of Negro employment in the research projects about em-
Job opportunities in order to South? ployment patterns outside the
develop the facts needed for -- What can be done to Im- South.
improving the economic situa- prove Negro employment op- -I jj I
tion of Southern Negroes. portunities in the South? These field investigationsshould t
Professor F. Ray Marshallof Negro employment will be aid future planning by
the University's De- studied in 13 states -- Alabama indicating general attitudes
about the Left to right: Ben Atkinson, popular Miami dentist; Mrs. Mildred B. John-
hiring and upgradingof
partment of Economics is ArkansasFlorida,
heading the project. It is be- Georgia, Kentucky,Louisiana, Negroes and in appraisingthe son, trainee-secretary; Joseph Nichols, and Metropolitan Dade County Commissioner -
ing funded for $154,000 under Mississippi, North Carolina, success of various reme- Earl J. Carroll pose with a key to Dade County during ceremoniesat
the Labor Man- Oklahoma South Carolina dial programs which have been
Department the Nichols Dental Laboratory. The
laboratory was ,established in June
undertaken. A final report will ,
power Research Program. Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. -
Additional funding for part of be issued at the! completion of 1968, through a loan from the Small Business Administration, and has done so

the current study being pro- Other metropolitan areas to the work in,January 1970. well that there are now three persons on the payroll. Miami-Metro Dept. of

Publicity & Tourism photo.

I Banks To Train Blacks As Managers SBA BACKED DENTAL LABORATORYThe


WASHINGTON. The munities," said Dr. CharlesE. one-year cram course in bank Nichols Dental Labora- University, and worked there SBA's Alfred Guilford assisted -
American Bankers Associa- Walker, executive vice management, with stress on tory, Inc, 4260NW 7th Ave., for several months learningnew him in processing the
tion says 22 of its member president of the association. skills that will be most rele- is a good example of what can techniques. necessary papers.
banks will begin training young Walker emphasized that the vant when he moves onto job be accomplished through a The laboratory specializesin
Negroes to'fill managementslots program is being planned and in a Negro bank. loan from the Small Business He returned to Miami in' veneer crown and bridgework
in the growing number of carried out with the fullback- Administration. 1961 and worked in various 'i
Sponsor banks will bear all dental laboratories until as well as oral rehabilitation -
black-owned and operated ing of the all-Negro National expenses of the training and Joseph S., Nichols, a native Metropolitan DadeCounty i and reconstruction.They .
22 in the Bankers
banks. There are now Associationwhichwill
pay salaries of$7,000and$9,- Miamian and 1954 graduate of Commissioner Earl.Carroll received orders from
assist in
country.The trainee selec-
000 to the candidates. Booker T. Washington High urged Nichols to apply for a dentists in all sections of Miami -
is "a
program begin- tion.During School, is a perfectionist and .
business
ning point in bridging the gap the first year of the After their one-year Im- has done so well since he began loan. i
between blacks and whites in project, the banking industry, and between banks will each sponsor one trainees will be placed in management Two prominent Miami dentists dental technician; Mrs. Mildred -
June, 1968, that he has three
Ben Atkinson and William Johnson is trainee-
the black and white com Negro trainee. He will get a positions with 27 his B.
persons on payroll. Chapman, offered en- secretary and B. Earl McKeeis
---------- banks that are members of the ;
Nichols studied at Boston couragement and support and the accountant.
ECONOMIC, OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM,- INC. National Banksrs Association.

OF DADE COUNTY The shortage of Negroes F
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Center Address recent speech by Andrew F.
Culmer-490 N.W.:' 11th Street Brimmer, the only Negro jIirIMiivui I
Brownsvllle-2741 N.W. 49th Street serving on the Board of Gov-
Liberty City-1900 N.W. 75th Street ernors of the Federal Reserve
Coconut Grove-3743 Grand Avenue'Coconut Grove) System
Perrine-17801 Homestead Avenue (Perrine) The growth of blackbankingis
John F. Kennedy-422 S.W. 11th Avenue (Homestead) being held back, Brimmersaid
Opa Locka-2338 All Baba Avenue (Opa Locka) because new banks can't
Edison Little River-7467 N.W. 7th Avenue find the people they need to fill iii
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PARTY AFFILIATION AND


RtiOfflcet THE TWO-PARTY SYSTEMBy To Be Equal



6530 NW 15th Ave.,Miami, Flo. 3J: 147-Phone' 691.0421 LEON J. Ell by Whitney M. Yount Jr.ExecuUveDlrectorNaUonal.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Although our system of Government is commonly referredto I Urban Leaguer
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor as a democracy in the strict sense of the word, it is in-

STANLEY SWEETING' Theatrical Editor : correct. Ours is a Republican form of Government regard-
less of whether the, incumbent administration is Republican o
The
Law
Notional Advertising Representaflve Democrat Enforcing

Amalgamated Publisher, I Inc. A democracy is a Government by the people,as for instance, Inaugural Address was like most
310 Madison Avenue Now York, N. Y. 10017 President Nixon's such
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association ,the Grecian City States where the citizenry is directly involved ceremonial speeches,long on general philosophical statementsand
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 in legislation and governing The United States is a Republican short on the specific policy directives we're all waiting
' SUBSCRIPTION form of Government, governed by representatives of the for.
ONE -YEAR $5.00 RATES people who have no control over their votes.It is possible for sentence buried deep in the speech of
SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 But I found one great
and Senators to be elected by the District or
Congressmen
potential significance. "The laws have caught up with our conscience -
Entered. as Second Class Matter, Abgust 9, 1927 at the Post State with a mandate to pass or not to pass certain laws, to Nixon said. "What remains is to give life to
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 disregard the mandate and vote according to their own wishes. Mr. "
J. what Is in the law.
"CREDO OF The only check the citizenry has against such Congressmen
THE NEGRO PRESS" books
It is quite true that the laws are on the ; that equality
. The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can but, lead or, Senators is to defeat them when their term of office is up I
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords and for is the law of the land, even if the law isn't honored as oftenas
they run re-election.
to every man regardless of his race creed or color his human it should be. I hope that sentence from the Inaugural Ad-
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man.the Negro The Western democracies follow two systems of Govern- dress will be interpreted by the new President and his top of-
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men ment by representation.a .
laws
are hurt as long a* anyone Is held back ( ) The Anglo Saxon form, which! we follow, elect represen- ficials to mean that the anti-discrimination willbe strictly -

tatives from districts and states. enforced.
ditnr's ntebnnh (b) The French elect their representatives on a national or Fears that the laws would be ignored have been strong since
ie city basis by parties and the political parties are representedin the election. Some Southern school districts,for example,are
Parliment, proportionately to the number of votes receivedby Ignoring school desegregation orders (n the hope that they
CHRYSLER HELPS BLACK BOOKS each party.Experience. won't be enforced by the new Administration Fifteen years

Chrysler Corporation, the nation's third largest automotive has shown our system to be more practicaland after the Supreme Court said school segregation was uncon-

manufacturer, agreed to deposit $100,000 a month In each of viable. The voters of a district, city, or state, can vote stitutional, more black children than ever attend segregated .

three Negro-operated banks; to operate a training program for the choice of a person within the specific! party? in the pri- schools.
designed to prepare two to three thousand Negroes as auto maries, ana men cnoose to vote for a candidate regardless ox Fm hoping that the President backs up that statement in the
mechanics; and Chrysler dealers in the Atlanta area have party affiliation. inaugural Address with clearcut orders'to the Justice Department -

agreed to hire some of the trainees.The corporation also reported We vote for a candidate who we think comes closer to our the office of Education, and all government departments
that it is currently training six Negroes to take over ideas than his opponent, even If we do not feel that he rep- to develop positive programs 'to effect desegregation, along
dealerships and has five blackdealershipsnowoperatinginNewark resents all that we want. with guidelines to be followed by all recipients of federal aid.

Detroit, San Francisco, Brooklyn, and Baltimore. Our political system is often referred to as a two-party This is especially important now that the Fair Housing law
The bank deposits plan will come to an annual gross deposit system, even though there might be more than two parties in is in effect. As of January 1, it Is Illegal to refuse to sell or
of $3.6 million and will Increase the institutions' lending the contest. State and nationally, the two most likely conten- rent most housing on a discriminatory basis or to discrimi-
power for Improvement of Negro-maintained commerce and ders are the Republican and the Democrat, and since we are nate in advertising, servicing or financing most homes and

Industry. The banks are In Atlanta, Los Angeles, and a new practically limited to the two parties in State and National apartments
one being started in Watts. The Citizens Trust Bank in At- elections it is*evident that the two opposing candidates for the That's the law, and the millions Americans so concernedwith
lanta received the first deposit December 5. office they seek cannot cover the various ideas and aims of all "law and order" are going to have to be helped to obey
the people who vote for either of the candidates. Both the Re- the law. The best way to help them is through strict enforce-

publican and the Democrat party contain within their followers ment, and the new Administration can make an Important con-
60 MILLION DEATHSLast various shades of political philosophies that cover a political tribution by publicly annoucing that it plans to make such enforcement -

year on this planet 60 million people died. Nearly two- spectrum from the left to the extreme right. In most instances a top priority.
thirds of those deaths were related in one way or another, to however, the voter finds himself in agreement with Much of the burden for this rests on the Attorney General.
hunger. During the same 12 months, 178 million were born the platform and principles on the party he supports. The Fair Housing law stipulates that an Individual who is vic-
Into the world, most of them In undeveloped countries alreadyout The timized by discrimination can make a complaint the Secretary -
two-party system, philosophically speaking is Intendedto
of food. By the end of the century the world's populationIs produce I the best available candidate for the office of the of Housing and Urban Development,andfdadvise anyone
expected to total more than six billion, twice what it is specific party, and after that has been accomplished,the voteris who suspects he's been discriminated against to do that, or to
now Some experts warn that food production must triple in then free to vote for the candidate who he thinks best qualified contact his nearest Urban League, NAACP, or other civil
the next three decades, a seemingly impossible task Just to to fill the office, regardless of his vote in the primaries. rights organization for assistance in preparing complaint.But .
keep up. Despite the recent success of high-yield rice andwheat the law also gives the Attorney General power to go to
Although the American citizen's choice is limited, it has,
in Asia, others predict that even before then there will, nevertheless court to stop discrimination"where there is a pattern or prac-
proven to be a more efficient method of govern-
be a world wide famine tice of resistance to the law'or where such widespread dis-

ing.The crimination exists so as to raise an issue of general public
French system of Government of proportionate repre- importance."
POPULATION BOMB sentation, based on votes received by splinter makes
parties
,
I can't think of any area more ridden by discriminatory
Paul R. Erlich Professor of Biology, Stanford University. efficient Government impossible for lack of a majority to rule. practices than selling and renting of homes.The ghetto exists
Author of "The population Bomb," says in Readers Digest: It has been said, Justifiably, that an imperfect Government is because black people have been denied the right to move else-
The people of the Earth make up a closed population, one to better than no Government.The French system of proportional where, creating an issue of general public Importance like no
which there is no emigration. Now, he says a closed popula- representation creates fragmentation that lacks unity and pow other.

tion will grow if the birthrate exceeds the death rate.And over er to govern I think that it would be disastrous to allow lax enforcementof

the past half century or so, a massive increase in death con- Party affiliation does not only involve loyalty Its prerequisite the fair housing law and to allow complaints to accumulateand
trol has resulted In a rapid rise in the rate of population is an attitude or philosophy of Government unique to the court calendars to be clogged by a backlog of cases that

growth. Sooner or later, because of the Earth's physical limitations American democracy, but does not limit political activitiesto are never brought to decision. Instead, all those smart young
this growth must stop-whether through a decreasein two political parties. lawyers in the Justice Department ought to be turned loose

the birth rate an increase in the death rate or both. It is possible for minority votes to receive a mandate to with instructions to vigorously prosecute breakers of the anti

govern, particularly so, in the Senate where each State, regardless discrimination laws.
A NEW CHIEF OF POLICEIn of population, has two Senators,and the various Con- That would uphold "law and order," reinforce the spirit of

the not distant future Miami will have a new Chief of Police gressional Districts have great variations in the voting rolls. President Nix 0 n' s Inaugural statement, and live up to his
It's not as yet known who this new official will be. How- Political power is neither white nor black and can be made promise to bring "white and black together as one nation, not
use of to attain equality and Justice either two."
as a class or as a
the international
ever, Association of Chiefs of Police who is
race but never to get special
handling the search for our new chief, reports he has already r privileges
had 36 applications. In order to make use of political power,the voters that have

City Manager Melvin Reese will be the one to name.the new special interest, in addition to the general interests of the PHIL OSSOFERI
chief Nation, must unite and concentrate on attaining their Just de-
recently read one of BillGraham's and
mands. In order to do so, they must be organized for actionin y purposes, as garbage
both parties. columns inwhichhewas cant! I was really troubled.
Put Him Behind asked about overeating. Well, after a few years of
Bars! The great labor leader and father of trade The
our unions. question was, "Is it a sin prayer and meditation,always
{ Samuel Gompers, knew how to use political power for the pur- to be overweight? Food to me keeping in my mind the need to
pose of obtaining Justice for the laboring class, but had no is more addictive than alcohol stem my appetite, I finally
r rFl compunction in making it public that the trade union members and I have an uncontrollable changed my diet and lost twen-

"will reward their friends and punish their enemies." He was appetite. I fear that I am nota ty pounds. I no longer carry
very successful in getting legislation favoring labor from very effective Christian because that extra weight because the
members of both parties. He used political power for obtain- I am terribly over.. words of Paul weighed me
ing Justice for the working people. weight." down.

The most effective way of using political power to attain Mr. Graham answered the Now, with my health and humor -
Justice for the black people is to participate in both partiesand question by referring to the Improved, I can look back
that can be done by applying for charters for the respec- words of Paul as recorded in and smile about my experi

tive clubs.P. 1 Corinthians 9:27."But keep ence. I still enjoy food, and I

S. The next installment will be on the historic public relations under my body, and bring it believe that God wants us to
of Jews and Negroes. into subjection;lest that by any enjoy all the good things of

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I myself should be a course) and not to restrain
Just complete this coupon and mail to castaway." ,
The Miami Times 1 ourselves with pompous
My Intense interest in this
ostentation.
e 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147 subject comes from my own I am reminded of a story

? personal experience, in which which points this up very well,
( ) One $5.00 I at one time felt great dis- -
Ii year I think. It seems that a group
.. tress because
of the
incongruity of clergymen, attending a national -
( ) Payment enclosed (and
r 1nharmony)bet w ee n council, were adjourn-
my religious beliefs.This distress ing for lunch As they approached -
arose when I readfl Corinthians the dining room, one
NAME ..
6:19) "What? Knowye of the group, pompously said,
I ADDRESS r not that your body is the "At a time like this,we should
j{ temple of the Holy Ghost which put a bridle on our appetites."
CITY -H Is in you,which ye have of God, Another (a humorist, no
L and ye are not your own?" doubt), answered, "Oh not! Ata
STATE.ZIP.. How troubled I was! My body time like this we should puta
. the
.. .. temple of God .. and bit in our mouths."
.;.. ,.. ..,..... .1 was
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Mrs. Range Sees Dade I LAW ENFORCEMENT!
SAFETY IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY . .
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Miami City Commissioner Mrs. Athalie Range told The Miami '1t
Times this week that the Dade County League of Munici-
palities moved to untie a financial straight-jacket squeezing
local municipalities with the appointment of a Special Legisla-
tive Committee.

Mrs. Range, a: director of the Dade League,said legislatorsare
"beginning to see the light" that cities,now under the gun
of serious money limitations in the new State Constitution,
need help without delay.

The Special Legislative Committee, headed by League Di-
rector Jack Rice, of the City of Miami Law Department, began .
work this week. The committee includes Board Member Sam

Fletcher, North Miami Councilman, and municipal attorneys
Allen Clements, Jr., Paul G. Hyman and Joseph Wanick. : '
Mrs. Range also pointed to recent accomplishments of the
Dade League, which is best known for leading the fight against ri
police and fire departments consolidation last Fall.
Last year the League worked hand in hand with the Florida i l Ni
League in obtaining an increase in cigarette taxes for municipalities r
from five cents a pack to eight cents. This was the i i n+f y I':
second major increase in cigarette tax income in four years 1#
and was most unique because it was one of the only increasesin
taxes to go into effect last year. "1'Ii"\ r
Also, the Dade League has defeated in recent years a Metro ,::,: 1
ordinance which would have changed the cities' share of Metro "&" /, "" "
Traffic Court fines from two-thirds to one-half. :'r' "f(
In workingwith the Joint Liaison Commntee.which includes '
three members of the Dade League Board, the Dade League 'J ..if.. :.l
o' f
altered a proposed maximum fire code to a Minimum Fire (.,. I .,f"" /,"
Code and modified to a great extent the Metro Single Contrac- :'''J. / \:\,
tors Occupational Licenses. .';" {

The Communications and Records Sub-Committee, headedby l d9r.::; ; 'f

Miami Shores 'Councilman Dean Claussen, has been responsible 11 ,.
for a magnitude of work. Included are the first .
Emergency All-Unit Alert System for the five police radio r V'\\) ":a .

networks in Dade County;an Information Network and File Or- '
ganization (the beginning of a central records system) basedon -
a computor system for police inquiries from - - - - - - -
municipalities. -

The. Dade League aided in the inauguration of a Single Emer- OF TIJNl ECONOMIC Y IJ ega IServices :
j jj
I Where The Action'fs I
gency Telephone Number for all citizens in Dade County. This MMHBP I I
will soon become a nationwide uniform emergency telephone fJOFFICE I !I:
number 911. your League also approved and worked for pub- II j By REV. T. Y. ROGERS, JR. I
lic defenders in each municipality;pinpointed the method of obtaining BY; Leo Adder ly,
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without delay monies for each municipality resultof Center Attorney
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a Southern Bell tax suit; studied and promulgated the results -. I President Nixon's inaugural address delivered on the stepsof
of clarifications and changes in administrative policy and the nation's capitol on chilly January 20, 1969 reflectedthe
accounting methods of Metro Court and supported equitable 1968 Housing Act same kind of computerized issue-less position which he t
enforcement of the South Florida Building Code, making sure took during his campaign. It seemed as if each and every action -, I
cities were properly represented.. Decent housing for all Americans has been a dream which was deliberately planned to reflect a middle of the road, '}
The League in more publicized endeavors obtained the re- has escaped us far too long. To the low Income community philosophy without focusing attention on any issue major or
turn of Hlaleah' Municipal Court and defeated the Infamous decent housing has always been something beyond its borders, minor. The speech reminded me of a bland diet without taste
Uniform Penal Code. never to be attained. As a result, decay, neglect, and despair and with no substance.Rev. .
Also, your Dade League endorsed and approved studies of have set in and caused the walls to crumble, and the residents'
nomenclature affecting zoning throughout Dade County and hopes to die. Ralph David Abernathy, president of SCLC, in a news
successfully assisted in the defense of a lawsuit regarding im- The Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, passed by release made on January 20, stated that Mr. Nixon's address'
munity of police officers in hot pursuit.On Congress, is designed to reverse this trend, however, and reflected his position of alluence. Dr. Abernathy also stated
a support basis the League promoted districting for bet- cause more walls to go up, and hopes to come alive. that Mr. Nixon is unaware, of the needs and problems of Black'
ter representation on both a County and State level, supportedthe This new Act will allow families whose yearly income rangeIs people and poor people.
strengthening of provisions for handling abandoned cars between $3,000 $7,800,the opportunity to purchase decent
and supported the 2% resort tax, of which some of our cities housing. This will be made possible by providing subsidies to I think that perhaps Mr. Nixon is aware of the needs of
have taken advantage. help cut monthly mortgage payments for these families to Black people and poor people but I question his desire to sin-
Little known is the effort in which the Dade League was suc- levels they can afford. Also decent rental housing will be put cerely work for a solution the problems of poverty and hun-
cessful in eliminating a provision of the State Constitution within the reach of families within this Income range by pro- ger and malnutrition which some 35 million Americans face
which would have made municipally-owned property taxable. viding subsidies to cut rental payments.To today.
More than a year ago the Dade League Special Narcotics assure jobs, in the areas affected, the Act specifically
Committee was responsible for a mass education program provides that workers on rebuilding and remodeling projects As Mr. Nixon appraised the United States today, he spokeof
against drugs in most of the County's Junior High Schools bya must come from within the areas, if at all possible.A our summons to greatness but failed to cite any specific
specially adapted Federal booklet. new National Insurance Development Corporation has, instances or to name any specific domestic, problems which
Currently under legal litigation is the Dade League suit to also, been set up to stimulate rebuilding in low income com- will receive his attention.
stop Metro from collecting taxes from municipal residents to munities by providing reinsurance for insurance companies in
operate the County Fire Department. high-risk areas.Moreover Concerning race relations he spoke of "Black and white together" -
from the lesson of urban renewal, the new Act
Additionally, the Dade League supported the City of Miamiin
provides for outright grants to families displaced by slum and nothing more. He did not mention desperation
defeating a suit against the City of Miami to stop that city'spayment
of Dade League dues. clearance projects, to help them relocate quickly in decent of the cities or the increasing effects of crime on the lives of
housing.
SBA Announces U.S. FHA (Federal Housing Administration) also has been given our young people or poverty. He gave no indication of what is

broader authority to extend Insurance for loans repair, rehabilitate on his mind concerning Viet Nam,the Middle East crisis, weapons -
construct, and buy homes in deteriorating neigh
Government PurchasingAnd borhoods. escalation, or population explosion. In short our presi-

In statistical terms, the Housing andUrbanDevelopmentAct dent did not tell us any thing and I suppose this means that we
Sales Directory of 1968 will provide six million low and middle income fami- '
can expect nothing from him in the way; of the bold leadership
lies with decent
housing over the next ten years.
The publication of a revised a state-by-state listing of installations You can assist in getting this Act translated from paper to required if the nation is to survive.
book on who buys what wherein that are possible an action program by writing to your Senators and Congressmen -

the Federal government was sources of business for small and demanding that adequate appropriations be provided Mr. Nixon's administration has been described as one of
announced today by Howard J. concerns; as soon as possible.
sombercaution. It,therefore becomes the task of SCLC to make
Samuels of the (4) Products and services, Listen to Services Presents" the
Administrator "Legal on Tom Washington the president of the United States aware of his responsibility
Small Business Administration. bought by major Federal Show, WMBM, 1490 on your radio dial, 7 p.m. and WKAT, to the president of all people.In order to do this the trappings
Civilian agency purchasing 1360, at 7:40 a.m every Sunday. ,
must be pulled off the economic structure and once again raw
The U.S. Government pur- ing offices offices and names of the buy- i'.',".,..............................................................................................................'............ poverty must be held up for the nation to see. The continuing

chasing and Sales Directory is (5)) Major; Federal researchand { Just complete this coupon and mail to Injustices Black men suffer because of the racism In the soul
available for $1.25 from the development activities The Miami Times of America must be made clear so that those who profess to
be brothers to all mankind will be required not only to give
Superindentent of Documents, that purchase R&D work under 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147
: service but also to their offices and
Government Printing Office ? lip use good resourcesto
contract and help inpreparing : :
make the dream of Martin Luther King Jr a reality. The
Washington D.C. 20402. ,
proposals and brochures forbid i ( ) One $5.00 :
year failure of the educational system must be described with glar-
The 135-page book contains (6) A guide to government: ( ) Payment enclosed :' .'J'' ring certainty in order that the future education of.our child
sections them not to live in inter-related
seven : j; ren might prepare only an
(1) Detailed information on specifications. including society where skin color has no meaning but also to live in a

selling to the Government; where they may bidders be obtainedby and NAME , ....' ,..,.-1.-' ;- : mult 1-planeted universe where one's physical structure will
(2) Products and services prospective : have no meaning.We .
of sold r :
(7) Types property
bought by major military pur- ADDRESS .
chasing offices,and na mes and by the Government, locationsof must also deter the move toward emphasis on law and
addresses of buying Installations sales installationsandSBA CITY { order over against the establishment of justice. In short our
assistance to small firms in
; task Is to redeem the soul of America and we must start at the
(3) Local purchases made buying government surplus. STATE ZIP nation's capitol and move throughout the body politic of A meirlca. -

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I Sepia Magazine U Features I 'Ridthf()"d



; '! Negro HistorySepia Jitiqktt 4



.BY CLARICE LITTLES magazine beginning to fight, the one against the d-OCI/

Miami Times Society Editor a new series on Negro history enemy and the one against dis-

In Its February_issue_n_ on----newsstandS ..-- crimination. The trials and BY PRISCILLA REDDINGFor

A SALUTE TO YOUI l ow--, tribulations of the black service -

men are chronicled in your information there is a move and proposal topu{

salute you. I am your friend, and my love for you goes The series will cover the "Black Soldiers Fight Two "Town Houses" on Harrison Street between 136thSt.and 103rd
deep. There is nothing I can give you which you have not al- entire history of the black man
Name"Interracial Our already denslypopulatedcommunitydoesn'twarrent
In Viet Avenue
Wars
ready but there is much much which though I cannot in the United States from the -
very
; this kind of a proposal (the feeling of many residents).
Civil War to the present and
give, you can take. land to consider
can The citizenry urge the owners building homeson
No heaven can come to us unless our hearts find rest in to- into the future. marriages
neighbors north of the
be made to work, as Dean 1/2 acre sites our canal are of
day. Take heaven. black teachers have
f Many Rusk's and her hus- the same feeling.
No peace lies In the future which is not hidden In this prec- the first daughter
already proclaimed
band have proved. The mar- Come out to a meeting Saturday, February 1, at 4 p.m. at

ious little instant. Take peace. article outstanding and are of the former secretaryof the Second Baptist Church in the interest of the growth and
The gloom of the world is but a shadow. Behind it yet with- riage
collecting,the articles as they state's andablackman future progress of Richmond Heights. There is strength In
daughter
in our reach Is joy:.There Is radiance and courage in the dark-
for in class-
are published use what
nearly two years ago numbers. We must preserve we have. We have the rightto
ness could we but see; and to see, we have only to look. room work.In .
made headlines, then the fight for single family complexes.Lawn .
Life is so generous a giver,but we, Judging its gifts by their
other stores, the maga- couple dropped out of sight. of the month Area #1 winners for the month of jan-

coverings, cast them away as ugly or heavy or hard. Remove zine reveals how customer They were traced to Fort Wol- uary are Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ivy, 15021 Lincoln Blvd. Mr. Ivy
the covering, and you will find beneath it a living splendor, himself. He also does his
convenience has reached its ters Texas, near Fort Worth, does all the grooming own landscaping -
,
woven of love, and wisdom, and power. Welcome it, greet it,
zenith with introduction of .
a where he was attending an
I and touch the angel's hand that brings It.
you drive-in mortuary in Atlanta, Army helicopter pilot school. Visiting with Mrs. Catherine Dinkins is her youngest brother -
Everything we call a trial a sorrow a duty, believe me,
,
Ga. The body in the casket Isplaced The couple have made fools of Lamar Green. He is a member of Morehead State University -
that angel's hand is there the gift is there and the wonder of
,
behind a plate glass the nay-sayers who predict the basketball team which will meet the University of Mi-
too be not content with
an overshadowing Presence. Our joys
window for easy viewing from marriage wouldn't work. ami in the convention hall, south Saturday, Feb. 1. Lamaris
them too conceal diviner
as joys. They gifts.
,
the emotions of the nation's leading rebounders averaging 16 a
Family can ideal couplein one ,
car. They're a happy, game,
Life is so full of meaning and purpose, so full of beauty be-
thus be kept private.To every way, the Sepia story which ties him for tenth nationally. Morehead leads the major
neath its covering, that you will find earth but cloaks your
the black soldier in Viet college teams In scoring.
heaven. Coverage then to claim it that is all. says.
Nam,there are always two wars Frank C. Martin Elementary School PTA will hold, its regu-
But courage you have, and the knowledge that we are pilgrims .
Feb. 3 at 8 in the
lar monthly meeting Monday, p.m. school
wending through unknown country our way home.
cafetorlum.
And so, at this time, I greet you, not quite as the world

,sends greeting, but with profound esteem and a prayer that SUNLIGHTCHATTER TAKE YOUR VALENTINE' DAY TEA

,for you the day breaks and the shadows flee away. BOX FAMILY TO CHURCH ... . r
The ) juae Guild 01 5t. tine Day Tea on Feb 16,In the
By Fra Giovanni; a Franciscan monk in the 16th century. SUNLIGHT CHATTER BOX SUNDAY Francis :Xavier Catholic school hall from 4to7pmAn
I wanted to share the above salute with Though written
you. Students at Sunlight in an Church, 1632 NW 4th A ve., Miami Interesting program is plan- I
:in the sixteenth century I felt it quite applicable to OUR
,
TIME. effort to stay abreast and informed will promote a St. Valen- ned for your enjoyment.

eachl. week conduct I
a
Visiting Miami for the first time is Sandra Jean Randolph, ,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Phillip Randolph of West Hempstead, discussion on current events.
Last week discussion 1
Long Island. Sandra is a speech pathology major at Howard our was
concered with
our new president
University. .
and what we can expect P
Houseguesting with Anna Bell and Dr. alma A. Ward is
from him, especially in do-
Elizabeth Morton of Detroit. J
mestic It was
Martha Bullock of Camden, N. J. Is another visitor. She is programs. gen- .r
erally agreed that finances
the houseguest of Blanche Dean.
and Urban problems will offer
Luvenia Taylor is among those to be ordained deaconess
Nixon '
president the
Sunday, Feb. 2 at the 11 a.m.worship service. The Church of greatest n w ,
challenges.Don't .
The Open Door. b o' es
forget about Val-
Enjoying a semester break from Howard University are our S
entine Beauty Show which will
Theodore Gibson n and Charles Henry Clay White II of Wash-
be h e 1 d at Bonded Rental
ington, D. C.
Agency February 14th.
Dianne Days, 19, daughter of Mattie Days, 1371 NW 53rd The Sunlight Alumni
pro-
St., Is receiving on-the-job training at Sacred Heart Hospital, fessional Club met Monday

Eugene Oregon after completing a course Health
Occupa- night, the y elected the following -
tions (nurse aide) at Tongue Point Job Corps Center in Astoria officers, president

Oregon.
Mrs. Rose Willis, vicepresident -
Congratulations to Carolyn Anderson Wright and Artise Barbara
: Higgs, sec
Jackson Wright, who were wedded last Sunday afternoon at New
retary: Mrs. Mary'L.. Curry
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Rev. A. L. Shipp performed the Advisor: Eva Britt, Business

ceremony, directress was Mrs. Evelyn L. Souter.
Manager: Dorothy Crews,Reporter .
Last week, Lillian Peterson received her Master of Science : Mr. Wade Everette, )

Degree at the University of Miami.CongratulationslOn hand to Treasurer: Mrs. Helen Mc-

witness the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. George W. Clarkeof Lean. The meeting was well Match your mate!

Hampton, Va. attended.

Here from Manhattan are Matthias and Samuel Ferguson With swinging-out-

be at the bedside of their sister and aunt, Gladys Bain who is wide and

a patient in South Miami hospital. PHI DELTA KAPPA pants

Motoring to St. Petersburg were Wilbur and Irene Ellison to PRESENTS NEGRO super-swift shirts.

bring her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Love to Miami for a HISTORY PROGRAMThe

stay. During their visit they'll divide their time with daugh- Do it together in a

ters, Irene and Nancy Parker.

pearl Bailey, who's currently starring on Broadway In National Sorority of Phi gas of colors and

"Hello Dolly! was honored by the United Service Organiza- Delta Kappa will present a
Shirts
styles. just
tions as the 'USO Woman of the Year.' Negro History Program on

The Morehouse College Glee Club of Atlanta will appear in Sunday, February 16, 1969 like his in sizes

concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, February 2, in Miami Northwestern at Four O'clock in the Northwest -

Senior High School auditorium. ernHighSchool 5 up. $14.

Get well wishes to Gladys Bain,South Miami Hospital; Ethel Auditorium. The public is in-
He and She stacks
Grice, Blanche Dean, Jane Lewis, George Williams at home. vited.

MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Sgt. Daniel W. Mulllens Chapter Creative dancing depictingthe In sizes 5 up. $14

#39 of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary is conduct- N e g r o African dance,

Ing a membership drive to help us reach our quota. Eligibility singing by some of our local

for membership The wife,widow, mother,sisters,daughters, Negro artists, Negro historyand

grandmothers, 'and granddaughters of any person eligible for Negro contribution s

Disabled American Veterans membership are eligible for to America will be deliveredby

membership in the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary. If our Negro historians,

you are eligible and would like to become a member please authors and Instructors.

contact: Commander Arie Mae Clemons, telephone 688-8316. See next week's news for

SOMETHING FOR PAENTS FROM DEAR ABBEYA more about this community

PARENT'S PAYER program: TIle Negro and His-

0 heavenly Father, make me a better parent. Teach me to tory! O{ a (1Se1 smfol':
1
understand my children, to listen pateintly to what they have sLORg'S M.t.P"lIt fs.,

to say, and to answer all their questions kindly. Keep me from AFRICAN ,.

interrupting them or contradicting them. Make me as courteous FASHION SHOW /7

to them as I would have them to me. Forbid that I should

ever laugh at their mistakes, or resort to shame or ridicule
The North South
Golf Tour-
when they displease me. May I never punish them for my own
nament Committee and the
selfish satisfaction or to show my power.
Neon-Ta Social Club
wUlpre-
Let me not tempt my child to lie or steal. And guide me
sent the first of
hour by hour that I may demonstrate by all I say and do that showing an
African
Fashion Show
duringthe ff
honesty produces happiness.
North South Golf Tournament
Reduce, I.pray, the meaness in me. And when I am out of at the Everglades Hotel-, IdmllORY'S !) \
sorts help me 0 Lord to hold
my tongue.
Friday, Feb. 21. Miss Minerva :
May I ,ever be! mindful that my children are children and I
Dickie will
should not expect of them the judgment of adults. present the pres-
tige models who contributing
are
Let me not rob them of the opportunity to wait on themselvesand FASHION SHOPS
their services to the tour

Bless to make me decisions.with the bigness to grant them all their reasonable nament.Own Thing'A demonstration special 'Do Your 6112 NW 7th AVENUE (EDISON CENTER!

and the to
requests, courage deny them privileges I know
be given. Fashions will be tfS( 4J
will do them harm. OPEN
EVENINGS
available for purchase 'TIL 9F6
Make me fair and just and kind. And fit me, 0 Lord, to be order. upon

loved and respected and imitated by my children Amen








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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Aside to FrStaffordJ. Sweeting: L 4tat
We read your piece in this gazette last edition(page 5 coil)
and concluded mat you mustnave oeen anam-
bitious scholar and a very good listener--
with emphasis on the latter.The informationyou
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
offered, while true, well preceded your
time. Where were you during Sept. 28, 1921
and March 28, 1926, these memorable dates Up to 5,000 Gen Stamps

you offered? So, you see Dear Fr, you read
and listen well, 'tho you missed our point I And 50 Rtflords

completely. Now, far be it from this reporterto \
get into a hassle with a Gentleman of
Cloth, or to disrespect him but we'd like to'I
clear up one thing. Episcopalians do not owe the Orthodoxians 3790900PHONE
anything and they were not attempting to take anything away
from them thru this column. Our meaning was grossly mis- BETWEEN 7 art,. & |10,p.m.
construed by you(and perhaps your peers)when you claim that Sundays! In<;|jcjed
"this is a ridiculous miscarriage of historical datum." The
Column's intention was not to steal your heritage but to offer
F&MTV
facts of a transformation of parishioners which you finally n
came around and agreed upon further down in your article when

you wrote: "many communicants voluntarily left St Agnes' 425 E 9th St.
Parish to become members of St Peter's Africian Orthodox

Cathedral" .That is all,Your Honor . Your witness, Mr. Betty Dwight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dwight of

Mason. Brownsville, is secretary to the director of the United Negro I PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL' CALL
College Fund here. Betty is a local product having graduatedfrom
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Ducats are now available at the lone Miami Northwestern.She attended Morris Brown Collegein
ticket agency pedalling them (North's Travel Bureau) for the Atlanta before spending eight years in New York where she
interracial basketball clash between Flor Ida A&M Rattlers and worked in the financial district.She also has worked as an assistant -
University of Miami Hurricanes in Miami Beach audit Feb. 8 cashier with the A. L. Stamm Co. of Miami Beach- f Call or Write Now far Our
. Former Miamian Ora Reese-Williams a Jamaica LI NY Johnson of Miami photo.Random.
modiste down to bury her mother. She was a former Miami
PREEASTERBUNNY
Times secretary in the 1920's. .. Mary Albury-Ferrell buried
her father Harry Gabriel two weeks ago. . Former Range
Funeral Home attendant Raymond Scales now a salesman for r Thoughts I HOP
Coastal Merchandising a whiskey outlet.
BY GLORIA MILLEROur
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THE WEEK'S WASH: The Willie Mack Porters (she's Ruth) 5 DAYS 4 PIG i t5
are grandparents via their daughter Barbara whose son David Government knows full carelessly thrown away be- In beautiful
Mack arrived at Jackson Memorial Jan 12 tipping the scalesat well that a sense of humor fore lowering the hem, then SANTQ I D0MIMGO,
covers a multitude of bureau- cutting at the knee, then usedas Dominican R"pualic
6 lbs 7 ozs . The Hilton E. Browns' daughter Diana and
James Moss Jr. became man and wife in a double ring cere- cratic ills. Recently, as re- an extra bathing suit. The ALL EXPENSE; $1 I s,11 '

mony Jan 25 at the home of the groom's mother Mrs. Mamie ported in the newspaper,Con- most exhiliratlng thought Leave Miami Monday, M arc31( 2 p.m. ,
,Bryant 1885 NW 55th Terr.The Rev.Mr.Stevenson of Antioch gress raised Congress's though the school lunch.No P.A.A. flight #2y$ \

Baptist performed the sacredrites...lie Daniel Gabriels Sr salaries-and-threw in a raise more getting together 1.tds a Depart Santo Domingo Friday, Af'1./ ?:?5 ".m. \
blurred lunch for three
for the President. In nourishing
now have 50 grandarlings. Their latest arrived via their son Sponsored by TourNorth's D, At''t'
print It was noted that Presi- on 22$ worth of salami. Why
and daughterinlaw the Dan Gabriels Jr who had a girl born Jan
16. dent Nixon will nowearn$200, one might even owe an'impractical Travel BureauPHONE
000.00 ayear-however- bathrobe that simply
tried but never could quite 37J-M5I (3f1 p$ 4t)
STUFF AND SUCH: Former Miami Transit Authority bus clear,large print inbe moanedthe :, ,
Jockey Thomas Pittman now a postal clerk at Biscay Annex fact that his take-home pay qualify to be one. MAKE RESERVATION 1\W\

(USPO) . Tennie Isaacs weekending in Nassau. . Theda would be a paltry $81,000.00.When As you can see,the Government (Deadline February 2?'h)

Christian down to Key West. . Mrs. Franklin(Lola) Clark you consider the homehe' causes roll c kin g Social, Civic, Fraternal Or t ..lutlol\l l
bedded at home for 3 weeks... Veteran Nassau public school s taking it to, the tears laughter within me. Some of
teacher Myrtle Ray died Xmas Eve from influenza. She was flow a little slower. Immedi- my neighbors call it hysterics. EspeciallyMODERNDAY InyitedI
funeralized a week later on New Year's Eve in Christ Church ately it came to mindhow$81,
Cathedral. . Key Westers Charley Wilds and Mary Welters 000 would beef up family's
will tell their troubles to a preacher sometime next month. deep-freeze-not to mentionthe
Girl Scout cookies it would

SALT WATER TAFFY: Sympathy to the Cleare family upon buy. The weekly food budget,
the death of Harry Cleare buried from incarnation 24. . for lnstancecouldthenin-
Mrs. Nelson L. Adams spent two weeks with daughter Scevia clude something other than
Adams-Holland ill in Tuskegee, Ala before fetching her hometo twice ground what cha-ma- I
A celebration for Thelma call-it; the linen closet might
Miami. . triple birthday party ;
Carey Hazel Llghtbourne and LeonCreep)McCartney was sport two changes of wash and Ark
held Jan 25 at the Carey home.Fish Ray and his calypso com- wear sheets so that dampness
bo supplied native tunes for the triple blast. . North's Travel would no longer seep throughthe
Bureau chieftain C. C. North's approaching visit toNew Or- nightie; the basic black
leans' Mardi Gras Country" (Feb.13-14-15-16) completes an dress could be chucked in emeim6ez l4
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"area familiarization tour" covering several major cities. favor of a wild navy blue;and, :: ; e6'u4q : .
Junior's cover-alls would beBUYING
With visits to Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Philadelphia and
New York, North declares that these sectional visits have proven
very fruitful and bear signs of a mass travel surge duringthe ( eQe q dedq ued OWe2d ;
approaching Fall and Summer months.

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CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Birthdays In January: Beatrice r r .M
Smith Elizabeth StevensonHerbert, Jr.Germaine Miller
Marie K. Miller, 1st. . Paulette Barnes Jack Gibson, B. J. i.\ wed<<19e4t AJJ4IJ 1. fi :
Guilford 2nd. . Inez Roberts Maurene Downs, Vergie Hill, I '
James Wanza II, 3rd . Naomi Gooding, 4th. . Celestine (
Brown Stanley Sweeting, Cyril D. Roberts Sr, Karen Coplin, oA 'Oft tMMliOlU "" A ;I

LaGreta McHenry, Alice Akins, Millis Wilson, 5th . Bar- : I
bara Kirnes, Stephanie Harrison, 6th ?W. Ann Gaines Ke- ;. 2F! \.4,. I 1

vin North 7th . Geneva Wilson, 8th . Leta Geeter 9th
. Marie Childs Nelson Bethel 10th. . Richard Johnson, $7. SO I
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:2: 1fOUI 4to/tt at r : !
11th . 'Chlrstine Dennison, Lisa Armbrlster Beverly Nixon BLACKDo
12th. : .
you have your own ; I
MORE JANUARY BIRTHDAYS: Ella Baker Gladys Brown, business? I4' 1lowfIJ r
Let the white
communityknow
Hershel Powell, Emily C. Pittman, 13th. . Emma J. Clark you are here! The
Minnie Dismucke, Oral Allen, Jr, 14th. .. M. Allen Johnson Florida Council on Human
V. Dames D. Lee, R. Sands V. P. Hopkins Andrew Free- Relations I I. compiling a
man, 15th. . AgnesJ.ClarkLinton Berrien, Phyllis Raves, directory of black bull,
Hannah Schwecke, Edna Clare Marian Davie,H.Knowles,16th nesses and cervices In thgr.ot.r

. Eric Hendon Otis Ross Jr, Larraine C. Albury, Enoch directory Miami will be areo.distributedto The 275
Williams m, Darnice Brown Parnice Brown A.Beulah Major, interested groups and
17th . Corine Green Albert Sands, Olive Howard 18th... Individuals who are now ; 693-3971 754-1888 y;
Bernard Brady 20th. . Alese Gill, John Holloway, Michael not Informed about the existence ,
Harrison, Gladys Coachman,21st...Melzie Elliott 24th . of black busi ,
25th Marie nil.... If you wish to b.
Michelle Carey, Dorothy Weaver . Daniels
listed, Call Mrs. Luykx at I
27th . Victoria Owens Charlene Keaton, 28th . Doris 667.4951 or Mrs. Ashley at II
Hylor Louanna Fuller,29th...Daryn Johnson, Rebecca Fisher 2740150.) '
Josephine Waters,Bernice Carey Everette Ingraham 31st (Indef)
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.BY CLARICE LITTLES Sepia magazine Is beginninga to fight

Miami Times Society Editor new series on Negro history enemy .r

in Its February Issue on news- PRISCILLA REDDING

,A SALUTE TO YOUI stands now. _____
vice information there Is a move and proposal to
1 ute lam friend and love for The series will cover the pu
sa
you. your my you goes "Black on Harrison Street between 136thSt.and 103rd
'deep. There Is nothing I can give you which you have not already entire history of the black man
densly populated community
already
In Our
Wars doesn'twar-
but there Is much much which though I cannot In the United States from the
; very kind of a proposal (the feeling of many residents
),
Civil War to the present and
give, you can take.
urge the land owners to consider building homes
No heaven can come to us unless our hearts find rest In to- into the future. north of
be sites our neighbors the canal are of
-day. Take heaven. Many black teachers have Rusk's feeling.
No peace lies In the future which Is not hidden In this precious already proclaimed the first
band out to a meeting on Saturday,February 1, at 4 p.m. at
little instant. Take peace. article outstanding and are of Baptist Church in the Interest of the growth and

The gloom of the world Is but a shadow. Behind It, yet within collecting the articles as they riage of of Richmond Heights. There Is strength In
our reach Is :.There is radiance and courage In the dark-
Joy
are published for use In class- man SUNDAY'J We must preserve what we have. We have the right
ness could we but see; and to see, we have only to look. room work.In made single family complexes.

< Life Is so generous a giver,but we, Judging Its gifts by their other stores, the magazine couple the month Area #1 winners for the month of jan-
coverings cast them as ugly or heavy or hard. Remove
away 15021 Lincoln
reveals how customer They Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ivy, Blvd. Mr. Ivy
I the covering and will find beneath it a living splendor,
you convenience has reached its ters the grooming himself. He also does his own land-
woven of love, and wisdom, and power. Welcome It, greet it, zenith with Introduction of a where,
.and touch the angel's hand that brings It.
you
drive-In mortuary In Atlanta, Army with Mrs. Catherine Dinkins Is her youngest bro
Everything we call a trial, a sorrow, a duty, believe me,
Ga. The body in the casket Is The Green. He Is a member of Morehead State Uni
that angel's hand Is there, the gift Is there, and the wonder of
behind which will meet the
placed a plate glass the team University of Mi
be not content with
Our too
an overshadowing Presence. Joys, ,
window for easy viewing from convention hall, south Saturday, Feb. 1. Lamar
them too conceal diviner
as Joys. They gifts.
,
the car. Family emotions can They're the nation's leading rebounders,averaging 16 a game,
Life Is so full of meaning and purpose,so full of beauty beneath
thus be kept private.To In every him for tenth nationally. Morehead leads the major
its covering, that you will find earth but cloaks your
the black soldier In Viet In scoring.
heaven. Coverage then to claim It, that Is all. says.
,
two wars
Nam,there are always C. Martin Elementary School PTA wUlb.oldlts regu-
But courage you have, and the knowledge that we are pilgrims
wending through unknown country our way home. meeting Monday, Feb. 3, at 8 p.m. In the school

And so, at this time, I greet you, not quite as the world SUNLIGHT

sends greeting, but with profound esteem and a prayer that VALENTINE DAY TEA "

,for you the day breaks and the shadows flee away. CHATTER BOX
Jude Guild of St. tine Day Tea on Feb.16, in the
By Fra Giovanni; a Franciscan monk In the 16th century.
SUNLIGHT CHATTER BOX Xavier Catholic school hall from 4to7p.m.An
I wanted to share the above salute with you. Though writtenIn
Students at Sunlight in an Church, 1632NW4thAve., Mi- Interesting program is plan-
the felt It to OUR
sixteenth century I quite applicable
effort to stay abreast and informed ami will promote a St. Valen- ned for your enjoyment.
TIME.
Aarhi.. weAk conduct a
Visiting Miami for the first time Is Sandra Jean Randolph,
discussion on current events.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Phillip Randolph of West Hempstead,
1 1b
Last week our discussion was
Long Island. Sandra Is a speech pathology major at Howard concered with our new president
University.
and what we can expect
Houseguesting with Anna Bell and Dr. Elma A. Ward Is
from him
especially in do-
Elizabeth Morton of Detroit.
mestic programs. It was
Martha Bullock of Camden, N. J. Is another visitor. She Is gen
erally agreed that finances I
the houseguest of Blanche Dean.
and Urban problems will offer
Luvenia Taylor is among those to be ordained deaconess
president Nixon the greatest
Sunday, Feb. 2 at the 11 a.m.worship service. The Church of challenges.Don't .

The Open Door.Enjoying .
forget about our Val
a semester break from Howard University are
entine Beauty Show which will
Theodore Gibson H and Charles Henry Clay White n of Washington
be h e 1 d at Bonded Rental
D. C.
Agency February 14th.
Dianne Days, 19, daughter of Mattie Days, 1371 NW 53rd The Sunlight Alumni professional

St., Is receiving on-the-Job training at Sacred Heart Hospital, Club met Monday

Eugene, Oregon, after completing a course inHealth Occupations night, the y elected the following r4/

(nurse aide) at Tongue Point Job Corps Center In Astoria officers, president

Oregon. Mrs. Rose Willis, vicepresident
Congratulations to Carolyn Anderson Wright and Artise : Barbara Higgs, sec

Jackson Wright, who were wedded last Sunday afternoon at New retary: Mrs. Mary L. Curry

Mt. Morlah Baptist Church, Rev. A. L. Shipp performed the Advisor: Eva Britt, Business .

ceremony, directress was Mrs. Evelyn L. Souter. Manager: Dorothy Crews, Re-

Last week, Lillian Peterson received her Master of Science porter: Mr. Wade Everette,

Degree at the University of Miami.CongratulatlonslOn hand to Treasurer: Mrs. Helen Mc

witness the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. George W. Clarkeof Lean. The meeting was well Match your mate!

Hampton, Va. attended.
Here from Manhattan are Matthias and Samuel Fergusontobe With swinging-out-

at the bedside of their sister and aunt, Gladys Bain who Is
wide
pants and
a patient In South Miami hospital. PHI DELTA KAPPA

Motoring to St. Petersburg were Wilbur and Irene Ellison to PRESENTS NEGRO super-swift shirts.Do .

bring her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Love to Miami for a HISTORY PROGRAMThe

stay. During their visit they'll divide their time with daughters it together in a

Irene and Nancy Parker.
Pearl Bailey, who's currently starring on Broadway In National Sorority of Phi gas of colors and

"Hello Dollyl"! was honored by the United Service Organizations Delta Kappa will present a styles. Shirts just

as the 'USO Woman of the Year.' Negro History Program on

The Morehouse College Glee Club of Atlanta will appear in Sunday, February 16, 1969 like his in sizes

concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, February 2, In Miami Northwestern at Four O'clock in the Northwestern -

Senior High School auditorium. High School 5 up. $14.

Get well wishes to Auditorium. The public is invited
Gladys Bain,South Miami Hospital; Ethel He and She sTacks
Grice, Blanche Dean, Jane Lewis, George Williams at home. .

MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Sgt. Daniel W. Mulliens Chapter Creative dancing depictingthe in sizes 5 up. $14
#39 of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary is conduct- N e g r o African dance,

Ing a membership drive to help us reach our quota Eligibility singing by some of our local

for membership-wife,widow, mother,sisters,daughters, Negro artists, Negro history

grandmothers,and granddaughters of any person eligible for and Negro contribution s

Disabled American Veterans membership are eligible for to America will be delivered

membership In the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary. U by our Negro historians,

you are eligible and would like to become a member please authors and instructors.

contact Commander Arie Mae Clemons, telephone 6888316. See next week's news for

SOMETHING FOR PAENTS FROM DEAR ABBEYA more about this community

PARENT'S PAYER program: The Negro and His '

o heavenly Father, make me a better parent. Teach me to tory! O{ srnrneY:

understand my children, to listen pateintly to what they have kI M'-.tV P"nt ..

to say, and to answer all their questions kindly. Keep me from AFRICAN

Interrupting them or contradicting them. Make me as courteous FASHION SHOW

to them as I would have them to me. Forbid that I should

ever laugh at their mistakes, or resort to shame or ridicule
The North South Golf Tour-
when they displease me. May I never punish them for my own
nament Committee and the
selfish satisfaction or to show my power. gelbORg'S
Neon-Ta Social Club will
Let me not tempt my child to lie or steal. And guide me pre
sent the first showing of an '
hour by hour that I may demonstrate by all I say and do that African Fashion Show duringthe j
honesty produces happiness.
North South Golf Tournament (
Reduce, I .pray, the meaness In me. And when I am out of at the Everglades Hotel, wo(!)

sorts, help me, 0 Lord to hold my tongue. Friday, Feb.21. Miss Minerva
May I ever die mindful that my children are children and I
Dickie will
present the
should not expect of them the Judgment of adults. prestige LORY'S
models who .
are contributing
FASHION
Let me notrobthemof the opportunity wait on themselvesand SHOPS
their services to the

Bless to make me decisions.with 'the bigness to grant them all their reason- nament.Own Thing'A special 'Do tour-I 6112 NW 7th AVENUE (EDISON CENTER!

able requests, and the courage to deny them privileges I know be given. Fashions
will do them harm. OPEN ,
available for purchase EVENINGS'TIL 9
Make me fair and Just and kind. And fit me, 0 Lord, to be order.

loved and respected and -Imitated by my children Amen.




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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Aside to FrStaffordJ. Sweeting: F r,9.Yl
W e read your piece in this gazette last edition(page 5 col l) ikt'kY
and concluded that you must have been an ambitious -
scholar and a very good listener--
with emphasis on the latter.The informationyou
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALUp
offered, while true, well preceded your
time. Where were you during Sept. 28, 1921
and March 28, 1926, these memorable dates fo 5,000 Green Stamps
you offered? So, you see Dear Fr, you read ;'41
and listen well, 'tho you missed our point And 50 Records
completely. Now, far be it from this reporterto Y
get into a hassle with a Gentleman of the '

Cloth. or to disrespect him, but we'd like to i _
clear up one thing. Episcopalians do not owe the Orthodoxlans 3790900PHONE
anything and they were not attempting to take anything away
from them thru this column. Our meaning was grossly mis- BETWEEN 1 a.m. & 10. .p.m.
construed by you(and perhaps your peers)when you claim that Sundays Included
"this is a ridiculous miscarriage of historical datum." The
Column's intention was not to steal your heritage but to offer
F&M -TV
facts of a transformation of parishioners which you finally
came around and agreed upon further down in your article when
you wrote: "many communicants voluntarily left St Agnes' 425E9thSt.PHONE
Parish to become members of St Peter's Africian Orthodox I .

Cathedral" .That is all,Your Honor . Your witness, Mr. Betty Dwight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dwight of :

Mason. Brownsville, is secretary to the director of the United Negro AND SALESMAN WILL CALL
College Fund here. Betty is a local product having graduated
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Ducats are now available at the lone from Miami Northwestern.She attended Morris Brown Collegein
ticket agency pedalling them (North's 'travel Bureau) for the Atlanta before spending eight years in New York where she
interracial basketball clash between Florida A&M Rattlers and worked in the financial district.She also has worked as an assistant -
University of Miami Hurricanes in Miami Beach audit Feb. 8 cashier with the A. L. Stamm Co. of Miami Beach.- Call or Write Now for Our
. . Former Miamian Ora Reese-Williams a Jamaica LI NY Johnson of Miami photo.
modiste down to bury her mother. She was a former Miami
PRElASmBUNNY
Times secretary in the 1920's... Mary Albury-Ferrell buried :
her father Harry Gabriel two weeks ago. . Former Range
Funeral Home attendant Raymond Scales now a salesman for Random ThoughtsBY [ HOP
Coastal Merchandising a whiskey outlet.
GLORIA MILLER I
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THE WEEK'S WASH: The Willie Mack Porters (she's Ruth) I 5 DAYS -4 NIGHTS
are grandparents via their daughter Barbara whose son David Our Government knows full carelessly thrown away before : in beautiful SANTO DOMINGO
Mack arrived at Jackson Memorial Jan 12 tipping the scalesat well that a sense of humor lowering the hem, then ,
6 lbs 7 ozs . The Hilton E. Browns' daughter Diana and covers a multitude of bureau- cutting at the knee, then usedas : Dominican RepublicALL
James Moss Jr. became man and wife in a double ring cere- cratic ills. Recently, as reported an extra bathing suit. The EXPENSE: $196.10

mony Jan 25 at the home of the groom's mother Mrs. Mamie in the newspaper,Con most exhilirating thought, Leave Miami Monday, March 31, 2 p.m. ,
,Bryant 1885 NW 55th Terr.The Rev.Mr.Stevenson of Antioch gress ralsedCongress's thoughis. the schoollunch.Nom P.A.A. flight #235 .'
Baptist performed thesacredrites..The Daniel Gabriels Sr salaries-and-threw in a raise 0 r e getting together a Depart Santo Domingo Friday, April 4, 9:25 a.m.
now have 50 grandarlings. Their latest arrived via their son for the President. In blurred nourishing lunch for three kids : Sponsored by Tour Department
and daughterinlaw the Dan GabrielsJrwhohada girl born Jan print it was noted that Presi- on 22$ worth of salami. Why
16. dent Nixon will now earn$200, one might even owe an'impractical North's Travel BureauPHONE
000.00 ayearhoweverIn bathrobe that simply

STUFF AND SUCH: Former Miami Transit Authority bus clear,large print in be moanedthe tried, but never could quite : :. 3798451 ((305 AC)
Jockey Thomas Pittman now a postal clerk Biscayne Annex fact that his take-home pay qualify to be one. I MAKE RESERVATION NOW

(USPO) . Tennie Isaacs weekending in Nassau. . Theda would be a paltry $81,000.00.When As you can see,theGovernmentcausesrollicking- : (Deadline February 25th)
Christian down to Key West. . Mrs. Franklin(Lola) Clark you consider the home
bedded at home for 3 weeks... Veteran Nassau public school he's taking it to, the tears laughter within me. Some of Social, Civic Especially, Fraternal!! InvitedwwJJuww Organizations
teacher Myrtle Ray died Xmas Eve from influenza. She was flow a little slower. Immedi- my neighbors call it hysterics.
funeralized a week later on New Year's Eve in Christ Church ately it came to mindhow$81, .
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Cathedral. . Key Westers Charley Wilds and Mary Welters 000 would beef up the family'sdeepfreezenot r rfJt
will tell their troubles to a preacher sometime next month. to mentionthe ,,....., .. . : F., ,.
Girl Scout cookies would ar
SALT WATER TAFFY: Sympathy to the Cleare family upon buy. The weekly food budget, ( e P'4 ?

the death of Harry Cleare buried from Incarnation Jan 24 . for instancecouldtheninclude -
Mrs. Nelson L. Adams spent two weeks with daughter Scevia something other than
Adams-Holland ill in Tuskegee, Ala before fetching her hometo twice ground what cha-ma-
Miami. . A triple birthday party celebration for Thelma call-it; the linen closet might 1'vein
Carey, Hazel Lightbourne and LeonCreep) McCartneyJrwasheld sport two changes of wash and Q e/
Jan 25 at the Carey home.Fish Ray and his calypso com- wear sheets so that dampness
bo supplied native tunes for the triple blast. . North's Travel would no longer seep throughthe
Bureau chieftain C. C. North's approaching visit toNe Or- nightie; the basic black
leans' Mardi Gras Country"(13-14-15-16)) completes an dress could be chucked In
"area familiarization tour" covering several major cities. favor of a wild navy blue; and, 1uWJUf4
With visits to Baltimore junior's cover-alls would be
Washington. D. C. Ph1ladelliliaandNew
York, North declares that these sectional visits have proven
very fruitful and bear signs of a mass travel surge duringthe J.adJ( J.olf 1 loweu
approaching Fall and Summer months.
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CONFIDENTIALLY; YOURS: Birthdays inJanuary:Beatrice D
Smith, Elizabeth StevensonHerbert JrGermaine Miller,
Marie K. Miller, 1st. . Paulette Barnes, Jack Gibson, B. J. jPA.\ We 4U19t4t 1fJJ4f /i .
Guilford, 2nd. . Inez Roberts, Maurene Downs, Vergie Hill,
James Wanza n, 3rd . Naomi Gooding, 4th . Celestine t
Brown, Stanley Sweeting, Cyril D. Roberts Sr, Karen Coplin, ,:A.' 01( IMIWNAkOlU N .. \r: ,. i iI
LaGreta McHenry, Alice Akins, Millis Wilson, 5th . Bar- : iI I
bara Kirnes, Stephanie Harrison, 6th ..W. Ann Gaines, Ke- :f iJ I
vin North, 7th . Geneva Wilson, 8th . Leta Geeter, 9th
. . Marie Childs Nelson Bethel 10th. . Richard Johnson, BUYING 7.50 J
:2:5 :
Rowed dtazt cU ( .
11th . 'Chirstine Dennison, Lisa Armbrister, Beverly Nix- BLACKDo i t
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on, 12th.
you have your own
MORE JANUARY BIRTHDAYS: Ella Baker, Gladys Brown, business? : lowe a y I
L.t the white
Hershel Powell, Emily C. Pittman, 13th . Emma J. Clark, or. here communityknow The
Minnie Dismucke, Oral Allen, Jr, 14th .. M. Allen Johnson, Florida you Council on Human MODERNDAYTHE
V. Dames, D. Lee, R. Sands, V. P. Hopkins; Andrew Free- Relation Is compiling a
man, 15th . Agnes J.ClarkLinton Berrien,Phyllis Reaves, directory of black busl.
Hannah Schwecke, Edna Clare, Marian Davie,H.Knowles,16th nil*.. and cervices In thegreater .
. . Eric Hendon, Otis Ross Jr, Larraine C. Albury, Enoch directory Miami will be area.distributedto The 2 75 1Zo ? z a ,
Williams III, Darnice Brown,Parnice Brown,A.Beulah Major, Interested groups and
17th . Corine Green, Albert Sands, Olive Howard, 18th... Individuals who ore now 693-3971 754-1888 J ; c
Bernard Brady, 20th. . Alese Gill, John Holloway, Michael not Informed about the exIstence NITE 1..
pS41 DAY
Harrison, Gladys Coachman,21st...Melzie Elliott, 24th . of black bust ,
Michelle Carey, Dorothy Weaver, 25th . Marie Daniels, n...... If you wish to b.lI.t.d . i
call Mrs. Luykx at I
27th .' . Victoria Owens, Charlene Keaton, 28th . Doris 667.4951 or Mrs. Ashley at
Hylor, LouannaFuller,29th..DarynJohnson, Rebecca Fisher 2740150. I
Josephine Waters,Bernice Carey,Everette Ingraham,31st (InJ.f)
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 31, 1969

I India Gives Mrs. King $13,333NEW Nehru Awardcivil DIVERSIFIED

I Round About '' '' '' DELHL Mrs. Mar- understanding Friday on behalf rights"anthem,"We shall PUBLIC SERVICE

"U"I': ( ; I. tin Luther King Jr. received of her assassinated husband in Overcome. ANDNOTARY

.( : !. the 100,000-rupeeJawaharlal a ceremony Into which stu- finished
had just
'' Nehru award for international dents introduced the American Mrs. King PUBLIC
whena
Talk ,1: : .: her acceptance speech *
,/'; i' : handful of Indian studentsIn

BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL ".'.. ." ...J. the balcony broke into the STANLEY SWEETING
Public Relations

song.Mrs. Consultant
King sang three verses
REVIEWING WHAT'S NEW.. Light-heavyweight Champ with the students, who had a Theatrical Editor
Bob Foster made a bouncing ball out of Frankie DePaula (the guitar. The Miami Times
(
New Jersey nite club bouncer) during last Wednesday's Ma- NA 1.7203
dison Square Garden title fight. Foster knockedDePauladownthree The rest of the audience of
times, ending the fight in 2:17 of the first round. . several thousand stood silent 16351 NW 18th Place

Joe Namath (Jets Super Bowl star) thinking about doing a ly. It Included Prime Minister Bunche Park

Jimmy Brown thing,quitting football for a movie career. . Indira Gabdhi, President Opa-locka, Florida
Johnny Sample (Jets ace) walking along 125th St. all smiles Zakir Husain and the dIplo-

. When in New York, the Broadway play to see is "The edx ,l: > matic corps. The prize is
Great White Hope" starring James Earl Jones. (The life of rz worth $13,333.

heavyweight champ Jack Johnson and his white common-law

wife) . Roy Wilkins (NAACP big boss) critlclal of the new
TV series "Black Heritage and the Black Student Union." "t..

Doesn't want race separation Republican James Farmer, the ,....."" 0'
former head of CORE has been offered his choice of three Jobs l N w tt

Just below President Nixon's cabinet level. (Nixon didn't take yh a \\t.

Negroes in his cabinet)...Congrats Atty. James Matthews, I ..t' & "DtOI
new president of EOPI. . A Miami first. ,
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EXCHANGE CLU BOY AND GIRL OF THE MONTH

rJkLp The North Dade Exchange Club has honored two North Dade

Junior High students as Boy and Girl of the Month. Special
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plaques were presented when the two attended the regular A

luncheon meeting as special guests. Andrew Stroman Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stroman of 1721 NW 154th St., is an !
office assistant at his school and is undecided between a career -

hp in physical education or chemistry. Elaine McCloud is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards of 15771 NW
e. 18th Avenue. Elaine is president of the Boy-Girl Counselorsand e.Np' .

secretary of the Speakers' Council. She would like to become -

a pediatrician.

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PICTURE BOOK STORIES . Dee Dee Warwick (I Want to

Be With You)song hit beca met a proud auntie when her sister,
Singer Dionne Warwick and hubby Bill Elliot gave birth to their

first baby (pre-mature birth last week). Laverne Bethel to r
study at Miami-Dade Junior College come September.She received 1Yh

her acceptance papers. (Ye Reporter's 111 girl) . .
That pretty model-dancer Lynn Kassaris (Delaware breed) T2 ef
sure knows how to do her thing real good. (Wish she would do

It for me) . Torch singer Nancy Wilson and a L. A. Coun-
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cilman very friendly (namely, Thomas Bradley) . Pamela IfttJai BARBARA IVIUIVU H a lily Ci Slirnii JOHN RUSSEtl INN MISS
Farrington (Liberty City)"A thing to look at" . Jimmy Cas- ;,7 of eal Guest SUr MESit ty Nu Srrtstu
ARI 0
tor (Hey Leroyl! Your Mama is Calling You Boy, fame) and his jIlllLLL*'1 HIIDie I1Evd'tySlsmyiru

band goes to Harlem's Count Basle's club following Drummer . -- ...-.-.. ...-.--.-.-----......,,- {(iiiil Sliry IIi Sueen lat ky Ctirles Harm hM tti DfKill| ty Uatln Miiln COIOI If EASTMAN
Chico Hamilton and band engagement.
Receiving Proper Direction From
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TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY. . Dionne War- KIRK DOUGLAS
wick(recording star) has sold over 4,000,000 albums and over The Director of DirectorsDetroit
WALLACH
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9,000,000 single records in five years and the reason for her SYLVA KOSCINA
born high fashion produced In Panavision and
success Is the faith she has in selecting the songs she sings.
model, Donyale Luna receives color by Alberto Grimaldi, as At. VELYWAY DIE
Her grandfather was a preacher. Dionne is very religious, some very good direction from PEA Production The distri- TO
which gives her comfort and freedom. . "Tender Trap"
the director of directors Fed- butor, United Artists,Is an en- (RICHARD IEWIS
MuiiclPfKtN'rOflHOPKNS' W"lien 6,A IRUSSlll: iKtribyMVIOlOWCU RIM Poducedbe
Frank Sinatra's daddy Anthony Sinatra died last week was
erico Fellinl. Luna has been tertainment service of Trans- TECHNICOLOR't I >.........-.._ -'? A UNIVERSAL PICTURE
buried in Ft. Lee, New Jersey Tuesday.. Dionne Warwick'snew america
cast as Oenothea a sexy sor- Corporation.
solid gold hit, "The Boy Is In Love With You" dedicated ceress whose magical powers ,
:- to Mr. and Mrs.Alfred Stirrup, 1541 NW 68th Terrace on their
will help cure Encolpicus of
ninth anniversary, come Feb. 22, 1969. . Valentine month: T
importance in Fellinl's" Sa- NI
:. From Washington D. C. came the"Great Sound of the Unifies, 11'8. CIJY T
t ilcon.
"Tha Beginning of My End"dedicated to the Moss Everettes of ; : < ? ei9or
: au West 2nd Street, Riviera Beach, Fla and the crowd at the She Joins an internationalcast if l

;, Club Ebony Lounge This Is Jimmy (Scoop) Bethel saying, headed by Britain's Mar- :OR ,ye; U't 1IiEl j11 E. Slow
time and tide wait for no man. C-U-NX-WK. tin Potter, America's Hiram -- -
Keller and Max Born, also I IHOWINOCRUTH

t - .from England. This KISS MIAMI THESE
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I am with Whitney Young, executive director of the Urban
League, when he says that the broadcasters and newspaper: r
reporters create "instant" Negro leaders.Every Negro name
In the news Is a "leader" to them,and ril be darned 11 all of
them are my, leaders. Most of those folks they call leaders
don't know me. I don't know them, and because of what some -
of them are preaching, I don't even like them. I know a lot of Concert Choral-- Appear In MiamiSome I
other Negroes feel the same way Ido,but it seems that some-
body Is making fun of the white reporters and newscasters, 36 young men and wo- has an enrollment of 962 College; accredited by the Fla. American Association of
and as Mr. Young sez, "it's great fun to put on the white re- men, members of the Bethune- students, representing 17 State Department of Educa- Colleges of Teacher Educationand
porters, but If they keep letting us do this, we'll begin to think Coo It man College Concert states, the District of Colum- tion; the University Senate of the Independent Collegesand
we're more intelligent that they are,and they don't want that." Chorale from Daytona Beach, bia and 4 foreign countries.. the Methodist Church; member Universities of Florida,
He also added, "as for Negro extremist,we've been able to Florida, will perform at 30' Dr. Richard V. Moore has of the American Council on Incorporated.
put up with the Klan, the White Citizens CouncilLt! and the John clock p.m., Sunday, February9th served as the college presi- Education; the Association of Donations for thisoutstandingconcertare -
Birch Society without giving up on all white people, then they at the Drew Junior High dent since 1947; under his Church-Related Institutions of $1.50 for
certainly can put up with a few Negro extremists without giv- School Auditorium, 1801 N.W. leadership, the college has obtained Higher Education and the adults and 75$ for students.
ing up on all black people.We are Just as entitled to our kooks 60th Street. full membership in the Association of American Tickets may be purchased at
as they are." don't need a darned soul to speak for me, cause Southern Association of Colleges; the College Entrance the door or advance sales at
Fve got a big mouth anyhow. And Pm a fool. Heard that old The concert Is sponsoredby Secondary Schools and Examination Board; the 1811 N.W. 91st Street.
song about "Fools rush In where angels fear to tread?" the Miami-Dade Chapter of .
That's me. I say what is on my mind, anywhere, anytime. AndI Bethune-Cookman College
need a leader??? Some of these "instant leaders' that the Alumni Association. The
news folk have come up with are the kind that are with you choir's repertoire includes
through thick and thin,,,but when it gets too thick they thin out. classical and religious songs,
They are there to help start the fight,but when things get hot, Negro spirituals and folk
they disappear. So, fellows, make me no "instant leaders." songs NYENTORY '

The youngsters at Tacolcy are asking for lights for Liberty Under the direction of
Square park It Is located at 14thCourtbetween 63rd and 65th Thomas D. Demps, the group
Streets, and after dusk they migrate to the pool rooms because has become internationally
there is no light In the park for basketball and "horsing famous. He received his
around" Let's see what can be done about this for our children m u s icaltrainingfrom
tt they want todo something constructive,we should really Bethune-Cookman college, ,
get behind them and help. Teachers' College and Colum-

bia University. He has taught .
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Shirley Cole music in the public schools of
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Leroy Pratt Florida and is calledupon
VIP OF THE WEEK: Rev. Alonzo Anderson frequently as an adjustor at Making Room For '
MOTHER OF THE WEEK, : Frances WootenI many local festivals.A ;

got so carried a way last week on the "Letter to the little former member of theB-
ole hip black kids'' that I had too much column. The Pretty, CC Concert Chorale, Demps New Merchandise
VIP and Mother of the week were left out, and they are above. sang professionally with the ;
Our Quick Note Department last week said: Depaur Choir of New York

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Lt. Leroy Smith of the Miami City conductor, under Leonard the outstanding DePaur. Hundreds of Dresses ( 1j'1j'6S '

{Ie, r Police Department has Just returned to Miami after attending
the funeral of his father In New York City. His father was asphyxiated His men and women students
when his house burned. Our deepest sympathy to Lt. represent nearly every major
Smith and his family. . There are twelve good jobs open at field at the college with the MARKED DOWNSizes :
Associated Grocers. They need five tractor-trailer drivers; Department of Music contri- i ;
two selectors; two loaders, twoproduce men; one export clerk but i n g the majority of
(male or female). These Jobs pay om$2.45to $2.75 an hour, members. . : ./ .-.8 9 10-12 ONLY,
and If you are interested, call Ernest Taylor,at 379-4516, orpay Featured soloist are
him a visit at 395 NW 1st Street (The Manpower program) Yvonne Talton, contralto. She 'Linens'Cottons '' I'
is a freshman and a music .
Guess who is moving to 6105 NW7thAvenue after nine hun- major from Pennsauken,-New 1
dred years downtown??? Charlie North and his North's Travel
Jersey; baritone. Gleen Leverett t t
Bureau!!! Well, would you believe 17 years in the location on .is described by Mr.
3rd Avenue at llth Street??? Charlie asked me to remind his Demps as "a singer who gives 4
old customers and tell his new ones that he is as near as your his all to perfect a better 'Jerseys IOU I 1/
telephone and that there is no charge for delivery of your tick- sound." Leverett is a senior /
ets. Congratulations to Charlie and his staff. music major from Pensacolaand VALUES tr <(
Lueray Norris, tenor, is
That's it for this week. Till the next one. . LIFE LIVE a senior who performs with t
EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACEIttiHHWfeyrsmx the pause of a veteran. The' TO

...................;....................................!.!.....;,.........;.......................................... senior music major is from

f{r FMC Makes Plea | Tampa. ,
I The concert chorale also includes !i" (f'

I: For Pledges. 1968 I Iy r. Thomas Miami's and John own Culmer Dianne, '{;of' i 'v,;;' i; rf {
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An appeal for cash on out- will occupy trailers now inhabited graduates of Miami Northwestern o
standing financial pledges to by the female'students, Senior High School, StituriIay
the Florida Memorial College and the latter will relocate to and Mittie Weston, William
Development Fund was made the permanent housing quarters. Clarke, and Claude Cole.BethWleCookman .

this week by Rev. Edward T. ,............................................................!..........y.........oY..:....................... Y..:.,..:."..:............:.College:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:. ,". ?,-". 4 "' vMfff-V.J.'" ,SP-syr," '-- A...,''V,'If')ft-- ,-if<,l' f'i'W!I4J;! :
Graham chairman of the ALL!: .Vl.L : : "'
: GREAT SELECTION ( : ; )
Board of Trustees. CLOTHIERS ; ,, ** Il<: '"
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Directed to the Advisory 1' FASHION f-1 f ". "I::' ( ', '''' '''" .. '"t '' 'Jr Jffl> rjJ"86' ,

Board of the College, and the ,'..<" ERESSESb ". "' )'.; /' \ ,/." .. "
community, Rev. Graham indicated : .', ;.{K .
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that there was a needto i QUALITY MEN'S CLOTHINGName I ; <' f''f' !'W'N {. ''S' rJj";:;'fp'tIf"
finish the two buildings forhousing ,{ 'm.W. li ,t"' ,
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the men studentsand '? 'k ti,1 .? *; y;' JM <;
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necessary to finish the build- 'VJi4ri: / "t''i l4i1"I" fr.*"' !YJk i d'' I,:
ing of the student union struc- I DISCOUNT PRICES .f I ,; 'p.lJ;: '. $ rP:" ',t "" ,, ... '
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resulted the winter in the months removal of students I SU/TS-SPOfiTCOATS } Jijf, ,'1' "".:::! ;1 'J Excss'' '" '0 "/'. .,; ,(<'.., j-l,j .,

from temporary housing
quarters and their placementin r SLACKS iI SALE STARTS FRI DAY AT 9:30 AM t
the library. $ \,
RETAIL .
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viewed the movement to the f WHOLESALE MAYS DRESSES
library with a good deal of u r
humor; however, It was em- I FREE '
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barrassing IIrf AT THESE STORES ONLY!
avoida ALTERATIONS TB m
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ham. completion of the rf 1 1530 NW 36 St. 635-0216 f M MnMMM WMMMHMHMMjLMI MMMMMWMHAnMManMHM ,

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"W' H j By BRENDA JACKSON

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By Garth C. Reeves, Jr. I
,j H ; R The Concert Chorus Is rehearsing, for their operetta the
Mikado. Members of the cast are: Nankl-Poo,George Sanders;

KoKo, Howard Bolden; Pooh-Bah, John Lumpkin; Pish-Tush,
PLEA FOR A SANER WORLDThe Lehman Benby; Yum-Yum, Faye Hues and Cynthia Blanford;

Pittl-Slng, Angela Culmer and Katherine Way; Peep-Bo,
racism that exists In this country today has grown to Beatrice McIver; Kathisha, Lorraina Phillips and Mikado,
frustrate more people than ever before. Many still refuse to Earl Colden.
look America and its sick society squarely in the face and } The Morehouse College Alumni Association will present
try to solve the problems that have brought so much pain and f the Morehouse College Glee Club in recital Sunday afternoon

discontent to our nation's people. There are those who don't k on Feb. 2, 4 p.m. at Miami Northwestern.Tickets are now on
accept the "Kerner Report' and turn their backs on the fact f sale, 75? for students and $1.00 adults.
that this is a racist society.But the proof needn't be on manu- I Northwestern will be the scene of the big T.C.B. show to be
script, for human logic and everyday experiences make it almost I recorded live on Friday night featuring great talent. Tickets

impossible to disprove something that is so evident. y Xt | are $1.00 In advanced and $1.50 at the door.
The story below gives us a good look at our "land of the ,,.E' The annual basketball games between the faculty and the

free". For all who are prejudiced, for the next five minutes, .6 } students were played on Thursday. The girls team beat the
open your hearts and minds and witness frustration at women 23-20, but the boys lost to the men 67-57.
its best. I I The Student Council sponsored their second Steady Game

* * * * * * * :A I on Monday night. Couples were placed In interesting positions
I .' ay > Ya a while answering questions about their steady.

Dear Mr. Reeves, AF'soul < /' it: i The track team traveled to Orlando Friday to the Invitational
Track Meet and their frist meet of the
I was very interested in your column todays paper. Mile won season. Competing
I did not see the issue of Look that Inspired its I have given J "" | against 44 other schools the Bulls scored 69 points. A great

the subject much consideration and therefore feel qualified to season is expected for the team.
relate the following thoughts.A I The might Bulls defeated the Vikings of JFK High School
Sato
01 tte Wed Saturday night when the JV team broke 100for the first time.
few years ago,through my Job, Ibecame acquainted with a .'
Our varsity also broke 100 as was expected. The score was
man I grew to admire and respect. He was highly Intelligent
The soul sister this week is Gail Coachman a sen- 107-79. The Bulls are proving they can make the top again.
versatile
and in
knowledgeable many areas.Acquaintence grewto ior at Miami Central. Gail is the daughter of Dr. & ,' This week they ranked 3rd in the state.
friendship, friendship to mutual attraction and what for a
was Mrs. Carl Yaeger Jr. She is one of the four Homecoming I Friday night the Bulls will travel to West Palm Beach to
while, rationalized as love. We had an affair and I can '
attendants at MiamiCentral.Her hobbies are draw- meet with Roosevelt High 4th In the state.
honestly say I felt our respective races were totally unimportant -
j and reading. Dlllard will be the of the Bulls and
at that ing, bowling | guest Saturday night
time. We weren't black and white, we were two 1
House of Photography [Wednesday the Bulls will visit Curley.
people who for all the indefinable reasons preferred each otherto

all others. I accepted him for what he was and believed he v . !!!I -..... - - - - - - - .. f.
accepted me for what I was. This, after all, is the only thinga .
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upon or is It? We would talk
for hours on all subjects, all but onerace.. Was this becauseIt Raider Reportsby Jackson
was Important to us or was this a colossal copouton
each of our parts. I wish I knew for suddenly understanding CHRIS BATES
and communication regarding the subject is vital, impera- :::::::::::: ::::::: j : :::::::::::: JottingsBy

tive and unattainable. I don't know where r 11 find the answers. The U. B. Blues singers run a full carnival this year for ,

I had been married for eight years and the cause of the from the University Buffalo the purpose of allowing the ARNETTA WILLIAMS
break-up of my marriage was my inability to produce a child. gave a concert for the Edison various school organizations
Ironically, in my ensuing affair with the man I now write about, student body Thursday, Jan. to make money. The event will ,-'" I r, IU
I became pregnant. During the pregnancy the mental turmoil 23. The singing group got a be heldon the Edison field FEATURING A JACKSONITE

I experienced was Indescribable.Ten months ago I had a son. thrilling responce from the March 7, from approximately Beatrice Bendross: Beatrice Is a brilliant scholar that participates -
He's a beautiful baby and my only happiness.When he was bornI audience and some students 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.(Teacher work I n Spanish National Honor Society, National Honor

knew I could never give him emotionally because I loved even whistled; everyone en- day). Society, Math Honor Society, Science Honor Society and Is the
him and logically because I'm familiar with the statistics. I Joyed the program so much no proud treasurer of Tri-Hl-Y. Her motto Is to "Live and Let
know children of mixed racial background are virtually un- one wanted to return to class. The Baseball team is pre- Live" and she plans to major in Sociology at Clark College In
adoptable, as are children who have a physical handicap and During the last three years paring for a hard hitting sea Alabama. A 17-year-old senior, and seldom going by the name
my little son was born crippled. the PTA along with the Stu- son. Many of the ball team of "Bea" she likes the type of boy thats pleasant on an overall
son's father not for altho it was dent C o u n c i 1.has sponsored members are underclassmenwho basis and
I pleaded with my money one that's fun to be with.
and 1 s a problem, not for marriage altho he is a single man, trips to Traffic Court for the haven't had any previous MHHS' Senior Class sponsored a "Night In Nassau" Fridayat
but for advice and Information. How could Iprepare our child senior class. The reports that experience on a high school the Police Benevolent Association for seniors only.
not ? How does one Inure came back from those seniors team, yet coaches fear this
could
for life in a world I comprehend During teachers workday, several groups decided to workIn
a little boy to prejudice?For Ihappen to be white, and like who have gone are varying,but will not alter the successful the interest of the school.TriHi-Y cleaned the entire audi-
Katie In the story, had never known anyone black except my all agree that the trip was In- year which the team is looking torium from top to bottom and still searching for work clean-
ctilds father. I know nothing about being black but my baby teresting and informative. forward to. As always the ed and polished what seemed to be hundreds of band plaquesand
not for Many senior classes have not team has the support of the en-
of whether to "pass" or
will never have the conflict awards which are now hanging in the bandroom. Interact
his fathers genes were dominant.His father refused to become gone yet, but when the trips tire student body who is pul- and National Forensic League sponsored a car wash. In case
involved in anyway. He did admit paternity but denied me, and are completed a survey will be ling for them and the promis- you missed out, the Interior of your car would have been im-

most important, our child, help In any form. taken to see what views or ing season ahead. maculately cleaned for 75along with the combined energy ex-
ideas the seniors have formu- Seniors of the Week: Gloria erted to make
Perhapa you think r m an appallingly poor Judge of character.I the exterior sparkle.
lated Brenda
concerning public safety. Perry, Williams
can't believe it for knew the man to be intelligent, responsible Student Council has voted to Derek Davis and Alfred Barr., With creativity lurking In my midsts, I'm introducing a
and basically kind. Yet his panic:or inability to cope with I "General Soul Survey." This weeks question is: What do you
the situation overruled these qualities and he evldentally found need to be a true General? Gwen Seabrooks- "You need belief -
refuge in simply;washing his hands of the matter.,Shortly listen to WAME, search for books on the subject, knowing all trust, friendliness, school spirit and you need not be brag
the while that I cannot him for that which I have
thereafter he had a stroke and Is still hospitalized. Perhapsyou prepare never but fact." Oscar Anderson"You need to be a soul brother
think I'm some kind of promiscuous thrill-seeker. I can known. Knowing Its a poor substitute for what his father could and a soul sister." Patricia Blackmon-"You need to be proud
him In letter or agreeing to an occasional visit. I
give one
only tell you that I'm not. We weren't young or dumb I'm in that you are a General." Clarence Strong "You need the
don't know what books to read what areas to concentrate
,my 30's and If It means anything,have a very high LQ. He was on complete combination of class, character, style, pride, and
and which to disregard. I don't know whether to teach him to
In his 40's and is very well educated. While I emphasize the desire." Debra Williams "Intelligence, school spirit and
fight to ignore bigotry. I Just don't know. Every parent
or "
most
of all soul.
is in fortunate.
problems, our son some ways, genetically
must feel but not to the extent that I do.
Unhappily, I don't believe this will compensate for the diffi- Inadequate For the first time at Miami Jackson, sophomore electionswere
culties he will encounter. Barring the world suddenly becoming The divisive nature of humanity persists In creating more held. Giving the sophomores a chance to see what to ex-
a sensible and Just one, he will not be accepted by white and more barriers. We're so Insecure we must believe "our" pect in the future, officers are Juanita Reeves, president;
society because of his color and will not be accepted by colored color Is best, "our"religion superior,"our" school,politics, Carmen plaza, vice-president; Rosaline Baker, secretary;
society because of me. He will never have anyone but me country, etc. Is preferable to all others and sadly, this atti- and Nathaniel Bryant, treasurer. May you have the best of
for my family refuses to have anything todo with either of us tude Is encouraged. How much better It would be to widen our luck In the future.

and of course, he Is denied paternal family relationships be- horizons and becomeoclecticenoughtobenefitfromthe best 01: t
cause of his fathers non-Involvement policy. There Is little each, to recognize that all people have the truly Important aspirations -
chance I'll ever be able to provide him with a stepfather In common- But learning Is a threat, we would ra- Irsa block
again because of the ridiculous, but so very real, Issue of ther be "safe" with our narrow-minded dogmatism than have
color. our world change, even for the better. Nothing is black and .

I have already been exposed to the ostracism and vilification white, except, sadly, people.If .

of family and total stranger.I can,and will, endure be- you establish a rapport with someone it Is so easy to fall
,cause Decision Is worth it to me.My rage Is of such magnitude In love. This, I believe, Is what prejudice Is all about. Whitesare tf$ where
afraid that with proximity their offspring will get to
though,when I f orsee that my son will probably be warp- really
ed by, and helpless against,such unbelleveable stupidity.ThenI know blacks and miscegenation Is then inevitable. They also Muhammad Alisots
wonder,when the whole world seems out of step but me, may- know the problems they've created for the Negro and wish to
be I'm the one who Is insane. Certainly,Fm Impossibly idea- spare their offspring the sharing of those problems.Hence, the .
listic. I want my son to take pride In both cultures. I want him separatism. Possibly fm wrong but thats my interpretation. .. In N O rn. ,
to be appreciative of worthwhile things. I want him to be able I don't know If Its your Intention to publish parts of letters ::::: J

to relate to others and not because of, or In spite of, his or you receive on this question but if you do and should choose to
their color. use any part of.this, please don't print my name for publicity kchampburge&i
would Just be another problem in a life too full of insoluable
with all I about Negroes
myself can
now I am Inundating .. ....
Right s.1M _17...A_.......
likes and dislikes, past and present to try and find specifics problems now yours for a saner world, I I
to help me help my child. I subscribe to your paper, D. G. ,


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SIGMA DELTA CHI

HONORS BILL BANGS
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"I I A Journalism scholarship
program untitled for 17 years
has been named in honor of the
late Bill Baggs, Miami News

ki editor. ,
The Miami chapter of Sigma
Delta Chi
1 Itxi i professional
Journalistic society, voted I
: c unanimously to name their
college scholarship program
in memory of Mr. Baggs.
The award-winning editor, t
who died Jan. 7, had always
figured i prominently in the
satirical dinner show,Ribs'n'
Y Roast. Proceeds from the dinner -
--".- ...._----v -v- finance the scholarships.The r+
FAMU GRADS RECRUIT AT ALMA MATER program this year will be
on April1'l.
Placement bureau. director C. C. Cunningham (c) discuss the recruiting The William C. Baggs Memorial -

schedule with four Florida A&M University graduates who returned to their scholarships now aid
16 students at MIAMIAN ISMARINE
the OF THE MONTH
University
alma mater for recruiting FAMU students during the Seventh Annual Career of Miami, Miami-Dade Junior

Day Convocation. FAMU graduates and the firms they represent arel-r( ) L. V. College, the University of Sergeant James Harvey, Marine Medium Helicopter *

Davis, state coordinator of Economic Opportunity; Otis Mobley, instructor, South Florida the University of Training Squadron (HMMT-302 mechanic, Is

Bureau of Prisons, Federal Correctional Institute; C.C. Cunningham; NathanIel Missouri, Vanderbilt,the University presented the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW), "Ma

Pilate, personnel staffing specialist, Kennedy Space Center; Joel D. Stetson ofNorth and Florida Carolina Atlantic, rine of the Month" award for January by Major

Mathis, Army-Missle Command, Redstone Arsenal, Ala. University.NEWLOOk. General Arthur H. Adams, 3rd MAW commanding

general. Sergeant Harvey, of 5311 N. W. 8th Ave. ,

was cited for outstanding performance of duty and

excellent military bearing. There are almost 11,000
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YOUR ELECTRIC} I./I;,.: ,. l' F,. .: ":' .' /: ,' .i., 66th St., receives the U., S. Air Force Commendation -
SERVICE BILL #
,:" Medal at Tinker AFB, Okla., from Colonel
IS ENCLOSED.
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Communications Group. Sergeant Richardson, an

BLANCA FYi } a 3f \ 7c )$X' L,. r .'. If'' service at Ubon Royal Thai AFB, Thailand.He .

was cited for, his outstanding professionalism,

knowledge and dedication to duty. The sergeant is

now at Tinker with the Air Force Communications

Service. A graduate of George W. Carver High School,

he studied at South Carolina State College and E.

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Elizabeth is the daughter of Mrs. Elsie Wilson of

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'Commission build smalli ,"Ball
plying and other
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parks and recreational
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,: .. 1f.;.), "I do agree with plans to use neighborhood parks already
.. ,.. some of these areas as parkplanned for the area," she
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Mrs. Range said the parks y..
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'trI*f' ,'t f Your next electric service bill will come in an envelope. : I.It", I Nor th-South and East-West '

Inside, you'll find another envelope. . which you can .. .j; Expressways in the urban renewal
), .\.)' Put the portion .,. area north ofNW Eighth'
use for sending your payment. return / :.....
t.. j :;: of your bill in the smaller' envelope so' that the FPL ]1 ": St. .<, T.

,. address shows through the window. Stamp. And mail. . "Little amphitheaters: and 2;
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could be planned for ,1f.
ways people -
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you may the extra privacy ", W* instead of having all the ALICE'Sarea
your bill arrive In a sealed envelope. /1 tJ1 5 ;; fer used for parking cars,"
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w (i:"* 1"' .' :' , forms she HOW OPEN
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FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY board courts for senior citizens Optratorti Tawonno.Mrt.
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA ,.as well as other games Dorothy Smith and
for children." Mrs. Alice Far.".
Mrs. Range said that this
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I Identification Should Be Advertiser Concern Says Author I


The identification fac- (the N e g r o community with some marketing problems, markets. Americans who are not White, Even the cover of "L e t' s
tor that should be provided on which advertisers according to Mrs. Archer. "The new products of some N e r 000 tented advertisingcould Face It," which pictures an
the part of advertisers and agencies should be familiar. She pointed out that "while firms, and the planning stages be made much more actual group of high school
their advertising effective and "There is, perhaps, less ofa Negroes are 11% of the involved at others definitely effective.: It would also make girls, provides the identification -
believable in the 'nation's generation in outlook and nation's population they hare on the increase,and this effort 'integrated' advertising more for nonwhite girls who
Negro community will require attitudes among Negroes than been accounting for approximately is opening up new market believable," Mrs Archer have grooming problems often
some additional homework, whites, but there is nonethe- 25% of all the men's opportunities by such consid- added. not experienced by whites.A .
says an author whose book has 1 1a less a gap. In terms of hairstyles hats sold in the U.S.YOU have eration of the Negro," she Mrs Archer wrote her former fashion editor of
good deal to do with identification and dress there is more but to look around this year said. book, based on the needs she Ebony Magazine, Mrs.Archeris
usage among the youth for the at the number of men wearingthe "If advertisers begin to spend found among young nonwhite currently a consultant; with
Mrs. Elsie Archer Is the 'Afro' or 'natural look, but it Afro who are hatless to' some time'understanding the girls as she moved throughoutthe D. Parke Gibson Associates,
author of "Let's Face It," a 1 is by no means limited to them. understand that this must have current attitudes and outlook, United States, who could a national consulting firm,anda
good grooming book for girlsof Attitudes involving the Afro( effect or. hat sales, par along with the developing not find the identification they fashion representative with
color,published ina revised 1 look, for example,could cause ticularly in major urban levels among ,the 23-million sought in materials In use. McCall's Pattern Company.
version'by 3.$. Lippincott
Company. Mrs. Archer wrote
her book out of her experiencesas

a magazine fashion editor,
a representative ofapattern
company, and a consultant with
a New York Negro consulting
firm. :

Mrs. Archer's work has , < \, ,
brought her in close contact

with numerous youth,women'sand .
mixed groups throughoutthe % ; a
United States, which she

says, "If advertiser their :
agencies were to spend some '
time understanding the Negro,
there might be a new wave of .
creativity in advertising." I : rs.

"Photographs, pictures,
and terminology involving .' NJ
Black Americans are all hav- S P ,
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are some developing levels in


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RobberyFour

Miami men were arrested
in Fort Lauderdale
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was robbed of $483 at gun
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Charged with armed rob- I,

bery are Walter Williams,
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Bryant, 23, 2417 NW 43rd St;
Thomas Williams 22,4321 NW \

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I The Promise Of The Federal Fair Jlous ng< luw.Of1968: I


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The provisions of the 1968 Housing provided by loans, or more rental units, Refusal to rent or sell aftera national organ ment of your choice.
Civil Rights Act go Into effectIn grants or contributions from Buildings with two'three, bona fide offer for the pur- T .he law provides three If you have been looking for}
three stages. the Federal Government. and four dwelling units, chase or rental of housingin-( methods for enforcement: ad- housing, and feel that against
The first stage became provided the owner does not cluding vacant lots). ministrative action by HUD, been. ,discriminated
Example: Federallyaidedlowrent live in the building. civil lawsuits by aggrieved and would :'like to pursue the
effective April 11, 1968, and public housing projects. Making, printing,publishingor "
and court action matter call the office:nearest
prohibited discrimination of One-family houses sold or posting statements,notices persons, by ,
the General of the for information as to the
the advertisements to Attorney you
following or relating
categories. Housing provided under a rented by those own more than
United States. next step. You might want to
sales rentals that
three housing or
state local single-family houses.
or public agency'sslum
Housing owned or operatedby clearance or urban re- Effective January 1, 1969, indicate discrimination or the In brief, those are the pro- file a complaint with the HUDregional .
the Federal Government. visons of the office in Atlanta or
intent to discriminate. housing act. ,
newal that received the law also prohibits dis-
Examples: One of two program All four of the Operation we can put you in touch with''.
family 'homes and multi- assistance since November crimination by: Falsely to represent that Equality field offices are lawyers who are involved with]
family apartment buildings 20, 1962.E Mortgage lending institutions any housing on the marketin- staffed with a housing expert, fair housing law suits or weemight
which have been 1 One and two- cluding vacant land ) is not for
repossessedby x amp e: who is there to assist you with "negotiate" you
the FHA or the VA for de- family homes and multi- Real estate boards (and available for inspection, saleor housing problems in a varietyof with the landlord,before doing
fault on payments of mortgages family FHA insured and VA other business organizations rental. ways. If you want to move any of the above.
guaranteed by those mortgage in suranceor related to selling or rentingh Blockbusting", for profit, into an integrated or white The next move is up to you.
agencies. These dwellings are guarantee program.The o m e s and apartments) in to try to persuade people to area for the housing that' is The next move is up the Cityof
usually referred to as "FHA- most recent stage became their membership policies and sell their homes or rent dwell- there, the Operation Equality Miami--the people Involvedin
acquired" o r VA -aquired effec tive January 1, in participation in multiple ing units by representations field representative will offer the sale of rental housing
properties (Information about 1969, and app lie s to the listing services. regarding' the movement intoa specific counseling as to whatis Maybe the next move will be
them can be obtained at Opera following catergories. Additional Actions now prohibited neighborhood of persons of available, the rents, etc., your move.-into housing of
tion Equality offices. All buildings containing five : particular races, creeds, or and help you locate andapartshe your choice.





I OPERATION EQUALITYON I "Tired And Weary'He's I. I

THE MOVE tall and husky.He gives more. needs a lot of help, and he move into a house. Paul finds
the impression ofstrenghtand knows how to start the wheelst out he can qualify for an FHA
Operation Equality is on the effort. If the team wins, thev gentleness. He's both. He In the morning, the doors urn i n g." She needs em- 221 H Certificate. With the
move; moving people, and i c tor y is big. Operation needs to be; he uses them open; young men walk in. hey ergency welfare. Legal assistance certificate and $100 deposithe
and moving ideas.What makes Equalltuis encouraging every day on the Job. Strengthand are looking for jobs. Paul talksto for her domestice problem is eligible for a house.
Operation Equality move?The neighborhood improvement gentleness go hand in hand them about LEA P. an the EOPI has lawyersto Paul explains there are more
staff of 12 for one partlCo- through the organizations of when you are the man doing Urban League program to help with that. He helps her than houses, so a "lottery"
ordinator Lee A. Black sets block clubs. Counseling the job for Operation Equality. train apprentices for theap- get squared away with the decides who gets the available
the pace from the central families seeking better It doesnt' matter where you pr entices for the building other agencies and then he houses. Paul puts through the
office with a staff of three;four housing;gathering informa- are-.Opa-locka, LibertyCity, trades. He tells them whereto starts on the h QUS i Ing. One paper work, and hopes his man
field offices are kept going bya tion on supply and demand of Coconut Grove. This man apply. He tells them the city source in this case is Little gets "lucky."
field representative and a housing; encouragingqualified happens to be in Coconut of Miami is looking for policemen HUD. He talks to the Reloca- People keep walking through
secretary assigned to each. families to move outside Grove; his name Is Paul firemen. He tries to help. tion Officer who puts him in the door. Mr. Moore takes
The housing committee under densely populated areas,some Moore. His day starts early touch with a project director their applications and starts
the direction of Rev Bruce to all-white neighborhoods. In and ends late. This IS how it Later on a woman walks in. with a vacancy.Arrangementsare looking. He has contacts and;
Robertson gives guidance and summary, Operation Equalityis goes. He is there to help She has five kids and her hus- made. All that's left is the he knows what available and'
support to the staff;and people working to make open oc- people move into housing of band left her and the kids.She follow-up. He does that. This what is not. The other day he
--black people--who want to cupancy a reality in Dade their choice, based upon their has no place to stay and no I time and all the other times. had a young couple, newly'
move into white or integrated County. ability to pay, ,not their color, money. What can Operation Back to the office,and thereis weds; they were looking fora
housing, people who want to ,This page is devoted to And he does that, anda lot Equality do? Mr: Moor rows .a man waiting. He wants to moderate-priced house in,
improve their housing where Operation Equality in brief, a. as the wife said, "a well
they now live, people out in the a brief resume of the meaningo kept" neighborhood. Opera-
community who want to be involved f the H o us i ng, Law tion found the house In a
and volunteer for fair particularly the January 1, Northwest," just what
housing work as listers, escorts 1969, provisions, and a brief they wanted."
and checkers,the y' r e look at two members of the In the late afternoon, you'll
the people who keep Operation Operation Equality staff at find Paul in the streets,knock-
Equality moving. It's a team work. #F } ing on doors and talking to
people about housing andabout
,ht ;< fy e af getting Involved in block clubs
"A Hundred DifferentThings" : and advisory groups. "There
I l8alotyoucandolDacommunity
when the people get
b ); ? ,ctJ I together."

She's young and pretty. Her gram." It's night now, and there'sMr.
big eyes sparkle when she "Every day is different. . Moore attending meetingsof
talks about her job at Opera- Most people just want a decent ,. block clubs he help organizea
tion Equality. "It's an office reasonably priced place to j dvisory groups. Co-
where secretary is just a live. I talk to them and take A d v I sory groups.Community -
title; you find yourself doinga the application, and we do our t ae ra 1. s :i E ; groups-- where his
hundred different things." best to find a place." i knowledge of "what the people
Her name is Blance Wells, Last week a white man walk- 3 r want" is important. It's late
and she is one of five secre- ed in; he owned a house in a now, and Paul said it best,
tarieswith, OperationEquality white ne 11th borh ood that he : "tired and weary I go home,to
) "This is Dot'. 1ke a wanted to rent to a black per ", prep n! myself for tomoror -

finance company or school son, or couple. It was a 1-bed- .: '" Ji. J".f l'<, \ ik ; .' .*! IH, ,
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office, where I worked before room house, with bat h, .. $. 1.f"1> r6*."
t .
. '." <, 'T,; : ; : '" '.-<', ", people know what they are for, kitchen, and living room. He /". < :S ;j t. ':i> .
but not Operation Equality;not wanted our opinion on how iJ t 'I.Jir Pw'' Grove. You'll find him at 3378
until they walk in and ask,and much he should charge for Douglas Road,
we tell them." rent. We decided on a fair Operation Equality staff, seated around the table: (leftto right) are Miss The others on his team are
"Most people f talk to feel price and rented it right Earl McCloud, Liberty City,
they can't move into a white away." Darlene Jackson Mrs. Eloise Cliett, Miss Blanche: Wells, Richard Love, at 6740 N.W. 15th A venue;

community without trouble, That's part of the scene as Paul Moore, Miss Jackie Robinson, Earl McCloud, Mrs. Hendrica Borden, and Hendrica Borden, 536 S.W. 12
and, finding out Operation Blanche Wells lives it each day- Mrs. Inez Gouge. Leading the discussion is coordinator, Lee A. Black. Not Avenue; and Richard Love,
help them make with Operation Equality.She is Opa-locka, 2338 Ali Baba Ave.
Equality can
Salmon and
pictured are Mrs. Quilvie Mills, Mrs. Marilyn Clifford Straus.
the move, they frequently be- a secretary who does a "hun They are on the move for
come applicantstothepro- dred different things." Operation Equality

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I r---I KiM; -i-; ..Center. --Announced- ;.Atlanta i II j AUTO Premium INSURANCELow Rates '


9 ** element of the origin. Low Monthly Payments
ATLANTA Mrs. 'Martin ner Taylor Georgia thorn- The largest
-
Luther King Jr., widow of the ton, Arthur Goldberg, Cleve- Memorial Center,the Institutefor The center will not operate Immediate SR-22 Filings
Afro-American with public funds, but Is to be
slain civil rights leader, an- land Robinson and Dr. Vin- Advanced OFFICE HOURSt
nounced that the official Me- cent Harding. Studies will also begin opera- supported by private contri- Mon. Thru Fri. 9,30-7.00 t.'
morial Center In honor of the The Library project of tion In the Spring of this year. butions. Those wishing do to Sot. 30-4iOO 4 '.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, the King Memorial Center is The Martin Luther King,Jr. by make contacting a contribution Martin may Luther so BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
under the Memorial Center will be :
already operational a
will be in At-
Jr., developed
lanta on two sites. direction of Dr.Vincent Hard- nonprofit center open'to all King, Jr. Memorial Center, I 4740 NW 7th Avenue
streetS.W.At-
ing, professor of Sociology and persons without regard to 671 Beckwith 754-0655
The announcement of the History at Spelman College. race, creed, color or national lanta, Georgia 30314.

creation of a living memorial,

combining actioncameonwhatwould study, solemnityand to invent :

have birthday.been Dr. king's fortieth Somebody ought


On one site will be the per- hair relaxer that i
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Dr. King, Jr. a Freedom Ex-
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birthplace of Dr. King,Jr.anda conditions it straightens.
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Church, which was the lead- .
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Is pastored by his father. Takes only one step. k. .

The other site, near Atlanta i
University, will Include the

Advanced cial Institute Change for Afro-AmericanStu-;Non-Violent an Institute So-for ? Doesn't burn or discolor hairor I

dies; a Library and Archives;
and, a Museum of Afro-
American Life and Culture.It .
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is believed that the Mar- .
tin Luther King, Jr.Memorial '
Center will be the largest such .
center In honor of a: nonwhite And in one jar. /: ; ;
leader.By late spring a direc- comes ;:., ?

tor of the overall Memorial '" I t l ' :...fl' J
Center will be appointed.The .
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eight-unit center will be directed :." .vq);'"
international '' ( .. .,
by an :11, 'I t tt.j..f'
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Board of Directors, who rep- .. :\:
resent the wide cross sectionof .
people who were in some '
manner reached and Influenced -
by Dr. King, Jr. The Board Somebody did.
will have whites as well as .
blacks, men and women,
scholars, artists, businessand
:\ '
professional people and , .!.,.'
representatives of the disad- >.', ..'),...:U., C '
vantaged, as well as others. :. '"I .,
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agreed to serve are rep- ," :,:i'"J! 'ft'. .,;
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retta Scott King(chm.), Mar- I, '"I'; ':

tinI.utherKingSr.,A.B.King, :J !.:
Alberta King, Edythe Scott \ ."" \>
Bagley, Christine Scott Far- 1 .' .
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Ralph Abernathy, HarryBelafonte i't''!' .
Stanley Levinson, John
Maguire, Dr. Benjamin Mayes :
(co-chm), Harry Wachtel,An- "
drew Young, Ivan Allen, John ::;,
Conyers, Helen Howard, Al- e ,
bert Manley, Benjamin Spock, ;111"0' '
Bishop James Wright, JohnH. .,. :r/'I'.\,'",".,, .
Johnson, Lerone Bennett, Ju- ,j" ,
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NeD Brotherhood Awards It'(1tk'f t' 'f1,,; J I Id
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AnnouncedThe

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highest honor of the Nation Florida region, and as Senior ,,1,
a 1 Conference of Christians Vice-president of Allied '.
and Jews-the annual Stores Corp is in charge of
Silver Medallion BrotherhoodA Jordan Marsh of Florida and

wards-will be bestowed upon Mass Bros, Inc.. with stores
the three outstanding citizensof located throughout the state.
the three major faiths who Mr. Macht headed, as the
have made significant contri- 1968 General Campaign and "S

butions to their community,at Vice-president of the United f
the Ann u a 1 Brotherhood Fund, the most successful 6ROBERT
Dinner on February llth at the h ;{ campaign in its history. He is

Fontainebleau Hotel on the Board of Directors of "
The honorees receiving the Variety Children's Hospitaland
award are Maurice Ferre, on the Orange Bowl Com-
President of Maule Industries, mittee. He is a member of the
Inc. and a member of the Board Directors of the First
Miami City Commission; and A National Bank of Miami, a
Robert Macht,Chairman of the -.- -"-'- -.,,- -...... .I member..of the Florida CouncilMAURICE
Board of Jordan Marsh and a BILL BAGGSm
Senior Vice-Presldent of e m b e r s in promotingthe MACHTof
Allied Stores Corp. A Post- welfare of the South Fla. 100, and on the Boa r d of
humous award will be presented community Activelyin- Governors of theGreater 'JI
to the late William Baggs, 'terested in education, he is a Miami Chamber of Commerce.The .

former editor of the Miami trustee of the University of late Bill Baggs, one of
News. .Miami, a board member of
the
most beloved members of
Theselectionwasan- Barry College, and a memberof this community devoted his In "A Thousand Clowns"Betty J
il nounced by Edward F,Swenson the advisory board of Fla. .z." life to the betterment of
Jr., General Chairman of the Memorial College. He is a y humanity and world His Ferguson, who plays lar in the"Gentle Ben",series
I Brotherhood Dinner. The trustee of the United Fund, a tti activities in the peace.promotionof the only female role in the Ernie Fields, popular WMBM
;r $100-a-plate formal dinner Director of the EOPI of Dade civil rightsurbanre- North Miami Playhouse production disc Jockey; Clarence Thomas
offers the main source of revenue County and a member of the of "A Thousand drama teacher at Mays High
development and conservationare
to the NCCJ for its vast Downtown Development well-known. He Clowns" opening Thursday, School; Fernley Murray,
was a
program of educationfor Authority. Jan. 30, at the North Miami drama instructor at North-
member of the Metro Com-
brotherhood. Robert Macht has been Playhouse, 1603 NW12 3rd St., western High and John Peak,
munity Relations Board the
Maurice Ferre is one of the deeply involved in developingth Cuban Refugee Resettlement (Just off Biscayne Blvd).North drama major at Dade-Junior'
City Commission's most vocal e industrial health of the Miami. College.
FERREi Committee the Citizens'Boa
This sock comedy, being Ruth Foreman, director-
d of the of
r University
presented for the first time producer of the North Miami
Miami and a director of the
anywhere with an all Negro playhouse is a pioneer in pre-
Center for the of Democratic
Study -
cast, will run Thursdays senting theatre with no race
Institutions. through Sundays, curtain 8:30 barrier. Four years ago at

During the last few years, p.m. The play will run through Studio M she pioneered with
he was greatly concerned Feb 9. Others in this superb "A Taste of Honey" and five
about the war in Vietnam and professional cast are: years ago, a civil war drama
traveled all over the country, Angelo Rutherford, a regu- "Fit For Treason."
i ii in addition to two trips to ---- -
i Hanoi to further his efforts

IIyyWWd' for peace. Sewing Machine"REPAIR
dd A ilow n
\\'sa '}\ H \ a7'V lp
Bill Baggs received the
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Leonard Abess Human Re- SPECIAL"
lations Award, the Award of
Merit and an honary fellowshipfrom *CUon & Oil'Adjust 50
/ Tendons f 2
Washington
George Check Jl Wiring
\ t Carver Institute for outstanding *Adjust '.It Tension Total Cost
1 1 I, 1 contributions to *De Int Thread Mechanism In Your
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..J I ri racial reI a t Ion s; and the Home

Eleanor Roosevelt-Israel Call// 625-1261 Or 625-0724
Humanitarian Award.

TheNCCJisaclvicorganization

formed in 1928 .
;eau? that furthers the Ideals and Call
f\edXaWu 1 a d. practices of brotherhood
throughout the country.

.......-....--_.. .... Reservations for the Annual CHARLESROGERS
Members of Delta Sigma Theta service sorority toured Variety Children's Dinner may be made at the
NCCJ office by calling 373- ,
Hospital to study the work of Variety's 22 clinics and functions of the Out- 7658. {

patient Department where 30,000 children are helped each year.
AT PL 1.7502
The organization was honored for their support of Variety by an inscription LOOKINGFOR

on the d oiors "Wall of Faith". A JOB? FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

Seen (seated, left to right) President, Mrs. Fannie Thurston and Mrs. SEE OURCLASSIFIED PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

Gussie Ervin, past president. (Standing, left to right) Mrs. Joyce Rolle, Mrs. ADS STEREO OR ORCHESTRA

I Nellie Wilder, Mrs. Dorothy Miller, and Miss Anne McKay. INSTRUMENTS.


OPENING January 30th Wo tfrtfrp If W&

.\,-_,,... Ruth Foreman presents
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VISIT YOUR DENTIST TWICE EACH YEAR I III 1 !

Ltfl Aw.FMAN'S Why not more often, if this is necessary.
The dentist office was a place to dread; the exceuclating
mental pain, the whirling sound'of drill the sight of the syringe -

k '. lww that projected the novocaine, the Imaginary after effectsof
1t _' extraction and more. All of these thoughts and sounds determined -

whether one would go to the dentist, and in many
cases an unbearable toothache or an unsightly cavity or a missing .

tooth would only become a part of living.
s But 1 III Not today,and not at our Family Health Center Den-
t tal Clinic. The Family Health has a staff well trained in the
HUMANITY TO field of dentistry. The Dental Clinic which is now In the formof

a modern mobile dental clinic is set up for the purpose of

educating dental patients,and performing the necessary proce-
FELLOW MAN dures to completely rehabilitate the mouth to as normal as .,

-- .... -- - possible. In order to do this, we do a structures of the mouthto
For the second consecutive year, more than 80 children Levander Richard Green Whe n Bennett finally responded Include the taking of x-rays as necessary.The .
plus chaperons, were guests of the North Miami Shore Opti- and Donald Gray Bennett met to Green's adminis- children of our families are served also. For those of
mist Club. face-to-face in downtown trations, he was told to take a school age we carry the treatment to the patient.; This is done

On January 15th kids were taken to the Ringling Brothers Winston-Salem, N. C.during a few deep breaths to restore by our Mobile Dental Clinic which will start its operation
Circus. To them it was the Greatest Show on Earth. recent snowstorm, but three his normal breathing rhythm. shortly and will be stationed at several of the area schools at
We were able to carry 100 Coconut Grove children,thanksto days passed before they finally After gagging a couple of different times during the year. At these times, the children
Mr. Bill Slick who is the director of the Miami Press Head- got together to acquainted times, Bennett was carriedto will be seen Just as in our permanent clinic and have their
quarters, who made this affair for our young children. Trans- Because of Green's fast a nearby house.and an ambulance complete dental examination and the work completed at the

portation was provided by school teachers and members from thinking and quick action,Ben- was summoned. school where the dental trailer is located. This saves the
the EOPI staff in Coconut Grove. Pictures were taken by Mr. nett will be able to remember. During all thecofusion, children much time and also allows for the minimum time
Ittooktwodays
Vernon Stokes.On that first meeting for some Green disappeared. away from the classroom.
time to come. For when the two of searching and several Once a family has been approved for service from the
January 18 along with some of the staff members and interested telephone calls before Green
men first met,Bennett was lying center there is no.long wait for dental treatment. Appointments
parents a motorcade left the C-l Center for the Ring- was located at his job in one
dental clinic and work
unconscious on the ground, are made at the proceeds Just as
ling Brothers and Barnam and Bailey Circus at the Miami of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
monoxide
overcome by carbon it would in any average dental office.
Beach Convention Hall.' Refreshments (peanuts, potato chips, fumes from his idling truck, Company's cigarette fac- So you see, the only thing to fear is fear itself. Our dental
crackers etc.). that all.kids love to eat at circus were before
any tories. Another day passed -
and Green was giving him care is administered by and under the direction of Dr. ThomasL.
generously distributed to all In attendance. This act of kind- the two men met at the
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. James, project director; Dr. Gene W. Eng, assistant den-
ness continued throughout the peformance. We all had a hilarious Seven Up Bottling Company
tal director; and includes family dentists, Drs. Burl Shubert
good time. Our center is more than grateful for this The two men were driving In where Bennett works. and Cecil Graham; hygienist, Miss Neil Audette, dental as-
wonderful organization of men for continuing to add our child the same lane of a traffic- While talking about the inci- sistants Mesdames Presner, Smith and Holt.

ren to the list of guests.On snarled ice-covered road in' dent, Green modestly said that Have a happy smile, welcome to the Family Health Center
Monday night, January 20 our Housing Counselor held downtown Winston-Salem. As "Life is one thing to be pre- Dental Clinic. -
the first In series of to the "HousingLaw
a meetings" pertaining traffic crept past him, in ad- served more than anythnng.If HEALTH HINT: Treat your feet right.Does standing on your
effective January 1st. Important Information was pre- Joining lanes, Green began to I ever have occasion to try to own two feet mean agony? We spendtwo-tbirdsof our lives in
sented by Mr. Carl McCoy, Federal Housing AdministrationFHA wonder why his lane was not save another life. I will try." shoes and the average person walks the distance from coastto
( ) Counselor. The public was Informed astohow they can moving. When he stepped out as softspokenas coast each year. Add to this the many abuses feet get, and
obtain homes for the low-income families. also Bennett was
They were
of his car to investigate, he it's easy to understand why most of us have foot trouble. Check
informed of methods that available Green when asked how he
other and now
grants are saw Bennett being pulled from your shoes, do they fit? Shoes should be half an inch longer
to them in technical housing felt. "All I can say is that I'm
Johnson ,
obtaining homes. Mr.John
,
his truck by other motorists.: than the longest toe and wide enough to pro vent cramped toes.
advisor, EOPI and Mr. Brummer, EOPI Housing Attorneywere When he reached Bennett'sside glad me there he was were there.several They people'tell Heels that are too high (over two Inches) lead to bad posture,

present. he saw that a bystanderwas backache, headache, and fatigue. Shoes made of leather gives
around but Green was the one
There was a very interesting question and answer period Bennett artificial the best support.
giving
that followed. It was informative and beneficial to all. Our that came forth and did the
three representatives promised to give any and all assistancein respiration in an incorrect right thing.."
took
manner. Green quickly
the future. control, turning the man onto As both men talked freely Children's Musicale/ Best Ever i
We shall continue to inform the public of the possibility of
took
his bac lifting his head to keep while a photographer pictures -
,
their homeowners. This will be done through a seriesof Enjoying one success after
becoming
learned had Victor Miss Gia Rankin Miss
the air passage open, and administering they they ,
meetings pertaining to housing. The meeting was a huge the mouth-to- something else In common. another, The PerformingArts Nadine Wright, Miss Wilda

success. mouth resusciation techniqueshe Both Mrs. Green and Mrs. Society of The Paul La Pierre McKaham, Miss Valda Cole,
January 23 and 24 were the two Clean-Up Days which were had learned as a medical Bennett are expecting a child School of Musical Arts outdid Miss Pamela Moore, Master

selected in the Coconut Grove area. Three gentlemen which corpsman in the Army in 1965. any day now. Itself when it presented itsi Joseph Wiley, Miss Kim Lowe,
had gotten some of the youth to Join in with them were Walter sixteenth quarter-annual also "Vicki" Valeka,

Green, Tom Paulk, and Leroy Scott. These gentlemen playeda "Musicale" last Sunday, Jan. Miss Veronica Williams, Miss
great part in helping out in the Coconut Grove area. The 26th at the studio. Diane Dames and Soloist were:

young men did such a Job that they were treated for lunch and THE FIRST MEETING OF THE Musicales were introduced Miss Jermaine Miller, Mr.
cold drinks, which they deserved. | as a project of the Society when Harry Michael McCartney,
Questions about the clean-up: NORTHWESTERN REPUBLICAN CLUB i a former president, Mrs.Donna Miss Catherine McKaham.Miss

((1) What can be done to get more people interested in the Will be held 1, Dykes,Initiated the thought Michele Pool, Mrs. Martin
communion actions? that it would be most beneficialfor Drexel, Mrs. Sadell Victor,
(?) What can be done to keep the community clean once it is SATURDAY FEBRUARY I I'.r 1969 the concert committee to Miss Elaine Delaney, Mr.
clean? give our studio children early Walter Brown and Miss Valda
If anyone has a suggestion please write it into the Coconut I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Earles experience with performing in Cole.

Grove EOPI.OPALOCKA. : 4851 NW 5th Avenue at 7:30 p.m. public as a prelude toagreater -
task-participation in our To a packed studio audience
CENTER NEWS : Phone: 7575008WWWWUWU reknowned Spring and Fall Concerts Mrs. Martin Drexel presenteda

Benny L. O'Berry, area director, announces that the Credit held at the Fontainebleau :: new motto which went like
Union will bold Its second annual meeting, FridayJan. 31, at Hotel every six months.I I this:" Let your life be like
8 p.m., at the Opa-locka Center. The Musicale presented:arithmetic, .. Joys added;Sor-
Come out and elect your board of directors,and credit com- F.S.E. REPORT: piano slections of all types as :rows substracted; griefs
mittee for the year 1969. Progress reports for the 1968 year well as a myriad of vocal I divided[ and Love multiplied".

will be given by the board of directors,credit committee, and Training Jobs Open NowIf selections from "guest parti- The ladies of'Society are ...,
supervisory committee. cipating" society members. presently preparing their next
All members and interested citizens are urged to be pres- you have no experience but want to work-here is an Among the younger set per-i Sunday demonstration in
ent. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Evelyn Freeman is opportunity to work and learn new trade.All you have to forming were: Miss Yolanda modeling' under the expert
credit union manager. do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office Cash, Miss Tonda Williams, i guidance and direction Miss
Miami-Dade Jr. College, is currently conducting a com- listed below. Miss Joy Johnson, Miss Donna.'Minerva Dick1 .
munity Involvement program. Dr. Connelly, of the Jr. Collegeand (1) A local wholesale grocer has a Job opening for a
Mrs. Carrie Meek, have arranged assign eight Jr. College , trainee to learn how to fill customer orders.This is night

Social Science students to work with our neighborhood work from 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight, Monday through COME TO SEE US AT
counselors, on a volunteer basis.These young people have experienced Friday. The salary starts at $2.00 an hour with time anda .r.
much enthusiasm for the neighborhood services half for over forty hours.

program. ((2) A Hialeah employer has a Job opening for a mechan- UToteMarkets
ically Inclined trainee to learn the assembly of ice vending
machines. A good worker can advance to production or
GuoronUe BRAND NEW warehouse manager. The salary will start at$2.00 an hour
5 yr. Service THERE IS ONE NEAR YOU
for five
CLEANER a day, forty hour week.
VACUUM (3) A metal fabricator shop helper is needed.Applicant FINE GROCERIES & MEATS

SPECIAL PRICE must be in good physical condition. The starting salary
; will be $1.60 an hour for an 8:00a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mon-
$1850
-- day through Friday work shift. Applicant will learn to cut WE FEATURE
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EASY TERMS sheet metal and fabricate, and will learn to cut wood with

7 ft.'ho.. Free Home Demonstration electric saw. Wise Potato
tool Apply for all these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Florida ChipsAND
Rug. attachment No ObligationCAU625J267 I State Employment Service, 1350 N.W 12th Av nue. Employment -
: Ext. wand* 1 Services offices are open at 8;00 a.m.sharp,
Crtvice I toot 1 SNACKS1tY11.1'1.11R11.t.t.RMA4A
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Black Baptist Call For Vietnam Cease-Fire I Nixon's Big .Domestic Problem 'Is :

MEMPHIS. -The presidentof border of Federalist Nigeria and the Women's Auxiliary

the 600,000 member, militant 'and secessionist Biafra, has Dr..W,C.Upshaw,president of Negro Support i
wing of black Baptist continued its :$services at the the 'Congress of Christian Winning
promised to petition the beadsof hospital and educational complex Education announced the an- j
I
state involved in Vietnam to with:,only temporary interruption nual session to be held, in Detroit I The mountainous domestic lion dark votes. Nine articu- live. ; in the ghetto has met a <
declare a "cease-fire" dur- Semi-annual reports -. June l6-20th.The parent problems facing Richard M. late black representatives in mixed reception .. cool as *
ing the Paris peace talks. Dr. were received from the body of the Convention will Nixon are vastly complicated the House (the most in U. S. well as warm -- both from ,
Emory R. Searcy, newly- Home Mission Board, The meet this year 'in Miami. Fla., by his standing with black history), backed up by leadersof Congressional leaders and
elected president of the Pro- Executive Secretary's office September 2 6th. Americans, 90% of whose bal- the derailed civil rights leaders in the black community -

gressive National Baptist lots went against him, notes movement, will be alert for Thus, hfs"best-knownin-
Convention, the eight-year old Black Lady Lawyer DefendsGeorge Ebony's current issue. Out- any cutbacks in employment, novation for black welfare,"
split from the older and more side of downright white su- housing, welfare and educa- says Booker, Could: present
conservative National Baptist, premacists, few public figures tion programs; and they will Nixon with his first legislative
spelled out his suggestions for WallaceAn have so incurred the wrath of give microscopic scrutiny to crisis. . "
peace in Vietnam at the winter black people as has Nixon, any substitute proposals. If current federal programsare

session meeting in Memphis, article in Ebony's' cur- where she won for NSRPas she writes the magazine's Wash-: Nixon will undoubtedly geta simply chopped out and not
Tennessee at the Greater rent issue might make many did for Wallace. All this is ington bureau chief, Simeon groundswell of Negro support replaced with equal or better
White Stone Baptist Church. readers run n not'walk .. to enough to astound most read- Booker if he proposes any mea- programs, Booker warns in
More than 300 messengersfrom the nearest oculist for an eye ers and .. until Although his civil rights sures which hold promise of Ebony, then racial relationsin
across the nation and the check-up. And it might fill they read anger many record as vice president was being effective and being an cities could deteriorate
Bahamas were in attendance. black militants with violent on. acceptable, Ebony recalls, improvement over Great Society seriously. That, far more than
Searcy also called for thoughts. Believe It or not, the arti- blacks in 1968 neither forgotnor programs under which the several million black votes
President Nixon and the Con- cle's subject 31-year-old forgave Nixon for coldly "little money actually drib -- which he proved he didn't
to legislation toset Try to imagine a black Mrs. Eleanor Holmes Nortonof need this time
gress pass ignoring their communities in bled into black communities. -- is the ex-
Martin Luther King's birth nappy-haired young woman in New York's Harlem, is a his 1960 campaign against But already his espousal; of tax tent of the Number One Prob-
day, January 15, as a national her "Afro" or "Natural" fighter for civil rights. So John F. Kennedy for whom the credit incentives for "main- lem facing the new President *.
legal holiday President hair-do, standing at the bar of much'so, that as Assistant Le- Negro vote spelled the margin stream" business to get ac- on Jan. 20.toklfBldrali .
gal Director of the American
Searcy suspended all businesson the United States Supreme victory.
Thursday morning to per- Court, arguing a case for Civil Liberties Union, she'll In the latest election, while
mit delegates to Join the George C. Wallace -- yes,for represent anyone whose First Nixon made more of a gesture
Board of the National Councilof George Wallace! Visualize Amendment free speech rightsor toward the black communitythan I
In kind of black who other rights have been infringed j
Churches a memorial young woman he did eight his
years ago,
whether the client is
pilgrimage to the Lorraine has worked with Julian BondInSNCC.That'sSNCC "Southern strategy" built
Motel, scene of Dr.King's as- of George Wallace, a Klansman, around Strom Thurmond'and
sassination. Dr. Searcy was Stokely Carmichael and Rap the white racist NSRP -- or Spiro Agnew showed that he did $,&::;INqlWrqteiis;
Muhammad All Bond
Joined by Mrs. Minnie Bruceof Brown fame. Next, try to or Julian ,not need the eight million black
whose she has also-
the Women's Division. Imagine this young lady defending cases votes which went 90% againsthim.
The Atlanta pastor singledout a Ku Klux Klansman. handled Nixon's lofty sounding
the Foreign Mission Bur Third, think of her taking the Mrs.' Norton describes her goal, "reconciliation of the
eau for special praise. In spiteof case of the rabidly,racist National interesting cases defending races," makes a fine phrase,
the year-long civil war, Pil- State s-Rights Party racists In the Ebony article but words can't come to grips
through an court and and the reaction of black militants '
grim Baptist Hospital and appeals with his biggest challenge. The
Mission which ets"onthe up to the U. S.Supreme Court, real question, Booker main- 1

tains, is whether Nixon can develop -
his own personal reconciliation -
Nixon To Receive Workable with blacks.,And

come Jan. 20, only deeds --
not words -- can answer that
uBlock question for the man who i
Capitalism" ProgramSBA southt with such persistenceto
propel himself into the high-

The Small BusinessAdmin- Project OWN- providing capi- Chief commented. est office.
istration is turning over to the tal to the minorities-has got- Samuels also reported that The problem, Ebony's
Nixon Administration a black ten off the ground,the programis in December 1967 SBA made article indicates, is a lot big
capitalism program that is not along way from what can only $2.8 million worth of loans ger than seven or eight mil-
only working but also offers be accomplished with the fur
to minorities,all with Govern- '
coordinationbetween * * * *
new concepts for ther involvement of American ment money. This December,
the private and public business," Samuels stated. out o f $9.4 million loaned to
sector to commercially rebuild He said SBA will present the minorities, $6.5 million, or 69 3
our inner cities,HowardJ. Nixon Administration with percent o f the loans, were
Samuels said today. plans for phase two of Project made by the banking institu- New
"The success ofSBA's Pro- OWN a management assis- tions guaranteed 90 percentby .., j name... :.. .
ject Own is obvious from the tance program for minority the SBA."Although.
December loan-level report entrepreneurs. Project OWN is *
which shows SBAguaranteedloans "The whole secret of Pro- relatively new since it was begun -
to minorities at an an- ject OWN is a Joint effort of only last August, we are New facilities...
nual level four times what it Government and the private handing over to the Nixon Administration M
was in the last fiscal year," sector which bypasses the a successful pro- ;
Samuels revealed. normal bureaucratic inefficiencies -? gram that is helping dlsadvan- ; *
Samuels said that this has and provides a busi- taged Americans become partof
a New
been accomplished through the ness like approach to social the fr ee enterprise sys- spirit of banking;
support of the private banks and economic progress," the tem." Samuels concluded
and their acceptance and application ; service to thecommunity.
of a new principle *
"compensatory capitalism." "-"

"Additional data obtained in %
e
...
the last couple of weeks from : fr3l

the banks across the country a .
indicate that the bank involve e *

ment in minority development -
is even greater than
the SBA figures show,becausethe
ii iix
banks are applying the

principle of compensatory' _
capitalism on their own,"

Samuels commented"andare, .
now making far more loans directly -
to minorities."

He said it is probable that ..-IJIi1 jt. +,-,..".. < .\I '"
loans to minorities have actually
gone up five or six times BROWNSVILLEDRUG
and are now probably at a levelof
close to $175 to $200 million STORE
compared to $30 to $40
million annual rate during the SERVING THE BROWNSVILLE''
last fiscal yar. COMMUNITY FOR 18 YEARS .
The SBA Administrator reported .
that in December the 4634 NW 27 Ave. y

large Increase of minority 634-7233 : 1uJJ Sowirc aI c t1 :
loans was not at the expenseof .
loans to other small businesses .

The total SBA loan 'WATCHES'* RADIOS ''Ie. ( : ;: .02'' .AU Ict 7 plt. .... :
level in December 1968 was \ I . I
20 percent higher than in De- SUN GLASSES. CLOCKS'r. '. ., .. '.. ".. q.1,1. ' 7 I. .. '.' ...,: .: :- ,'\; ,, :, <<
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cember 1967. << .r1 t\ :J, lI".ti I. '.

He pointed out that these increases Prescriptions Our Specialty << t.. '.,...1'1'\;.'. '...... '.. <<
have been accomplished oJ'
JOHN W. ROBERTS JR. .r
with less federal: 'DRUGS COSMETICS SUNDRIES '. " ,
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In December 1967 it : "t I "
money. : President
took $29 millionSBA dollars to GREETING CARDS NOTARY 'GIFTS :
'
produce '$51 million of loans. / : Member Federal. Reserve System GARTH C. REEVES, SR. :
This mil- I
December only $19
lion SBA dollars produced$61 Warren Welters. Reg. Pharmacist : Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Chairman of the Board <<
(T.F.) <<

million of loans. . . .., .. . .. . .. . .. . . ... . ... .. . . . . .<<
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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 31, 1969

IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe

IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my dear family of the late

t In loving memory of our husband, ourfather and grandfather -
I
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS
dear father and grandfather,

CHARLES R. HUDSON

.. b. who departed this life, Jan. J"
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IN MEMORIAM EXPRESSION OFAPPRECIATION IN MEMORIAMIn 20"Soon, 1964.shall my eyes behold t.4t .
I
of our lov. thee"
:' In loving memory sad but loving memory of
edone '." .......- With rapture face to face
One half hath not been told me 1 11n
The family of the late 1
Of all thy power and grace
MRS. LILLIAN ROGERS
Thy beauty Lord and glory NI
JOHNSON
The wonders of Thy love
wish to expressthanksandap. ,
Shall be the endless story
preciation to all of our friends "
r "Of all thy saints above.
and her friends for their kind- i xlw l

ness rendered during our
JOE FOX
The Hudson Moore
period of bereavement.Your and Walker,Families wishes to express their grati-

visits,telephone calls, tude and sincere appreciationto

t i flowers, cards, letters, tele- w tiCHARLES . our friends and neighborswho
I ry=+ IN MEMORIAM ,,.... .. ..."
grams and all other wonderful MONROE JACKSONwho shared with us in our

things gave us great comfort r In loving memory of our departed this life Feb. 3, hour of sorrow.
during this very sad hour. dear mother,grandmother and 1967. Special thanks to Rev. J.E.

We offer special thanks to sister It has been two years darling Jenkins and congregation, andi

the neighbors of NW 62nd St. since you left us, but your i The House of Albert.
and 63rd St. the No. 3 Pall
still remain with us. Sleep on Wife, Bessie Fox
Bearer's Society Mt. Sinai E. MILLERwho r" and take your rest with God Harold and Lee, sons
Chapter 189 Eastern Stars
departed this life It up above. Johnnie M. Walker
January ,
ALFRED LEE MIKELL Mt. Sinai Guild #2, Flower
who departed this life on Jan. Club of No. 1 Pall Bearer's 30, 1967. Leola Jackson wife daughter
His soul ha s to God Cornelia Pickney sister
gone Juanita
Kelly daughter
20, 1966. Society Trinity CME Church
"
The earth has claimed its I' William brotherand
own, Donnie son-in-law Mitchell
Kelly
"Why should we weep when Missionary Society of Trinity ,
(the weary ones rest In the Church, Orchard Villa Ele- And now he's shouting round Darvell Kelly granddaughter grandchildren
the throne
bosom of Jesus supreme, in mentary School visiting min- r
While THANK YOU
we are left to
the mansion's of glory prepared ister Rev. Harold Brown, our mourn. Errol Kelly, grandsonIN
for the blest? For death is pastor Rev. C. C. Cowsenfor The family of the late

no more than a dream." the wonderful uplifting eulogyand Sadly missed by:, + r MEMORIAM JOHN F. BARBER SR.
your wife and stepson, i'Qr a to sin
the Range Funeral Home wish express our
Sadly missed; and staff. Mrs. Lorrlane Miller and In loving remembrance of, cere thanks to the friends and

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mikell May God's blessings be with Keith neighbors who in time of need
of and sorrow came to our aid.
parents everyone you always.We
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Alfred, Anthony andDerric, will never forget you. IN MEMORIAMIn Thanks to all who sent flowers -
sons I MRS. ARABELLA BETHELwho telegrams and cards. A

Mrs. Maggie Gibson,grandmother Mrs. Emma Strachan and loving memory oft ; departed this life Feb. 2, special thanks to the House of

familyIN L966. Albert and employees, Rev.J. .
Mrs. L Richardson' Mrs.E. -- -- When the b rea t h of life is E. Jenkins the Friendship

Daste and Cheryl A. MI- flown, Missionary Baptist Church
kell,'sisters MEMORIAMIn pl b'Y When the grave must claim n The Rev. Cook and the Jordan

Mrs. J. W. Dunn Mrs. A. Y its own, Grove Missionary Baptist
Jones, and Mrs W. E. sad, but loving memory Lord of life, be ours thy crown Church for all their kindness!
aunts. of the laterip11111 Life for evermore. The
Grielglen, Barber, Dicks and
Mr. Charles Nottage uncle Valerie Wilborn, daughter Washington families.
George and William Bethel,
sons ---
,
IN MEMORIAM Tony, Maria and Denise

.... .......... Bethel, grandchildren IN MEMORIAM
Mary Cash and Frances Johnson -
In loving memory of MRS. BESSIE KATES sisters ANDREW A. HOPKINS In loving memory of our

.... -. who departed this life January who departed this life January, darling mother
"
i :JJ" Jf" :...'."k' , 27, 1967. IN MEMORIAMIn 27. 1961.
r" ". 'I;. t Sweet is the memory that memory of our dear love There is no time that we could, LILLIAN THOMPSONwho

; ;. ,never fade, of our dear one we one, set for parting.We departed this life Jan.26,
love, but could not save. who must remain 1968.

fl I, Sweet is the assurance man Are never ready for such pain. Your gentle face and patient

c early morning prayer, that Even our prayer would be. smile

II abq when this life is over, we all "Not yet! With sadness we recall

will meet you, over there. Not yet dear God.another You had a kindly word for

MRS. BEATRICE SrTTON day everyoneAnd
The Family With us let our beloved "
who departed this life Jan.28, stay. died beloved by all
We must bellevewhenfallsthe
1961. AN EXPRESSION OFAPPRECIATION blow
And now it is eight: years Thy voice is mute and stilled
since you left us, but we do not That, wisely God has willed it the heart,

forget you. We will remember The family of the late so. That loved us well and true,

you as long as life lasts. A The Family Ah, bitter was the trial to part
MRS. MARY RUSSELLwho precious one from us is goneA From one so good as you.

departed this life Jan.31, voice we love Is stillA -. IN MEMORIAM
place is vacant in our heartsOf You are forgotten loved one
1968. MRS ELLA L.GRANBERRY to loving
of
We a memory that can never memory our Nor will you ever be,
Gone but not forgotten. WILLIAMSwho dear mother wife and
be filled. grandmother As long as life and
love you, but God loves you departed this life Jan.29, ( last memory
best a 1966.
Mrs. Alice Sullivan daughter We will remember thee.
The Family 4r1'' The battle was fought and I I

Frank Sitton Jr., son 1 I the victory woo.Servant of God We miss you now, our heartsare
well done.
sore
Sisters: Annie M. Berry, ,
IN MEMORIAM Mildred Gibson, Louise As time goes by we miss you
'I Mr. Willie Williams husband more,
Yarborough, Ethel B.
In loving memory of my dear Brown. ''IIII Your loving smile,your gentle

i son and our brother James Berry nephew and MRS MILDRED PENNERMANwish Mrs. Genesta M. Sweeting, face,
goddaughter. No one can fill your vacant
eight grands. to express our heartfelt place.
thanks and appreciation to all
CARD OF THANKS?
of our friends for the'IDaDY
THANKSThe kindnesses rendered Sadly missed by::
CARD OF during
The family of the late two sons, John Jr. and Ericof
our period of, bereavement.. 31 r
family of the late MiamiandViv1anThomp..
Your telephone calls, visits, I
SAMUEL APPLINGof son Williams o f New York
rsq prayers 'flowers, cards, I City. Many other relativesand
2132 NW 69th Terrace wish letters and other fine deeds MRS. WINNIFRED ROGERS friends.
to their sincere us great comfort during
express gave who departed this life Feb. 5
thanks and appreciation toall, this very difficult experience.Here E#, 1967. .

for their sympathy shown to we offer special thanksto The memory of you lives
them during their hour of be- all our neighbors on the You left us with a broken heart RICHARDSON
reavement.Your many streets in Opa-locka, t We love you but God love Mrs. Hattie Lanier of 1050
s cards, telegrams and Fla., the staff and management best. Sleep,on and take you N.W. 47th Terr died January
letters will be keptandalways of the Manker-Mllton rest. your 4th in North Miami General

remembered. Mortuary who were so verykind Hospital. She Is survived by
Thanks to the House of Albert and sympathetic! to ourfamily Mr. Joseph Rogers,husband three daughters, Lucille
..__ Doris Dorsett
1; -. for such a wonderful Job. The and to the Rev. William .....--- and Bernice Mildred Nix Madle and Claudie;twogranisons
THOMAS LEO ALBURY. SR. pastor and members of New F. Savoy of Grace Pres- SEABRON JAMES Brown, daughters Robert and Cale.The re-
{ Providence Missionary Bap- byterian Church for the high wish to express this sincere mains will be removed to

,' who departed this life January. tist Church. type, dignified service rendered thanks to the many friends Richard Joseph,Jr.,James Valdosta, Georgia Wednesday

t 301967. May God bless each of you May God continue to during the hour of their be- Floyd Charles, Leroy and January 29th for final rites.,
but not forgotten.May bless each of and reavement. thanks Virgil, sons
Gone one by one.Manguerine. you may your Special to
he rest In peace. lives be long full and rich the neighbors and friends, St. Rosa Lee Johns on and Vivian -

, Appling. wife Most Sincerely James AME Church and The Richardson, sisters Ed Flowers died January
Mrs. Lillian A Ibur,.mother Cossie L. Williams, son Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Smith Range Funeral Home. Harry Sands, brother and a 27th in JMH.Funeral arrange-

The Albury and Silva Families Louis L. Williams, son And all ther other sisters and' Eliza James, wife host of grands and great ments are incomplete at this .'

. Jimmie L. Williams son brothers and family and family grands and nieces. time.I .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 31, 1969 23

!'' RANGE ALBERT

Ester Smith of 2631 flW49tt Services for Master Micheal

St. died Jan. 18th at Jackson Miller Holmes of 5135 N.W.
Memorial Hospital.She is sur- 19th Avenue were held Mon-

; vived by a daughter, Mrs. day at Mt. Calvary Baptist

Ethel Mae Wllcher; lour Church. He is survived by his i

grandchildren; ten greatgrand parents, three sisters, a
I children and a sister, Mrs. brother and grandparents, Mr.
Lucy Murray. Services were and Mrs. Homer Shingles.

conducted Monday, Jan. 20th Mrs. Mariah Alexander of

in the chapel. 10371 S.W. 182ndSt.,services n SAW KIT
Mrs. Lula Mae \VUylie of were held Wednesday in the

438 NW 8th Street Apt. 3 died Perrine Chapel. She Is sur- ,o, OCcvoI.
Jan 16 at Jackson Memorial vived by a host of relatives and ., kn/rico,. workr
Hospital. She is survived by a friends. MOOR COMPARES$5.00 PAINTSIll WITH

daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Fre- Services for the late Jimmie 42314

derick; three sisters, Lottie Blair of 1601 NW 62nd St. #7, A _,lele I al )>., ,.,1110. Ilk I'' M.il 114lf O
Dunnings Catherine Parker will be held 'I low pint I...orts f..t tl.q wv4UM Of a.<.L>
Saturday at 3:30
: ,.. .. _Hftol .. .h..cc..l.
ml T T
and Queen Ester Curry and two February 1st at Mount Tabor .ly ..011,. iMhrfM .tp ..... .nd elicit: HHtuMt. INTERIOR
CoM,__....I.l.'W...........,caitylnf....
brothers Flemming and Elijah Baptist Church.He is survived matt tt l .....101. . FLAT WALL 11 '
Pierce.Services were held by his wife, Alberta, Step-
Saturday, Jan. 25 at Jft. Cal- father, John, five brothers, PAINT OS

vary Baptist Church. Thomas, Jessie, J.W., John,
Mrs. Ina Mae Lowe of 1931 and Mitchell. .Apply' with brush
'll MOOR
NW 2nd Court Apt. 6 died Jan. John McBride of 4815NW25Avenue % INCH 597.1 .arroNer DAipfFJS
Oriel In 20 mlnuUt -
18th at Jackson Memorial died January 14th. -DRIVE-R-DRILL KIT h oF c
Hospital. Among her survi- Services were conducted Fri- No unpleaiontodor

vors include a husband, L. M. day, Jan. 24th at the Liberty -" .On coat covert
i Services were held Saturday, City Chapel. ,.'It'iipmrtcmrfriwr b

Jan. 25th at Ebenezer United Paul Akins, of 10210SW 102 .It'll smrirndi' MILDEW
Methodist oil tans tales to Metal
Church. St., died January 17, Services .It', M III I.tI RESISTANT
Mrs. Turpia Ingraham of were held Saturday at Mt.Sinai EEL i42.1/ FORMULA!
6522 NW 14th Ave. died Jan Baptist Church. Htssurvivors M MSET kWh

25th at Jackson Hospital. She in c Iud e his mother, stepfather -
Is survived by two grand-
five sisters,a brother,
daughters, Mrs.Lillian Sweet- and a host of other relativesand
Ing and Mrs. Hilda Washing- friends. .. GEORGIA-PACIFIC, J| REDWOOD POSTS

ton; a great-granddaughter, Services for Mrs. Beatrice ,
Mrs. Lenora Bryant and many Brown of 2654 NW47th Street "TROPICANA" 4i4

great-great grandchildren. were held Saturday January 25 4x8-FOOT IRON
Arrangements at this time are at the Antioch Baptist Church 'i'

I.' incomplete.John She is survived by a son PREFINISHED

Brown of 1521 tfW55Ui Hasker Brown, and a host of
Street died Jan. 23rd. Among other relatives and friends. PANELING 8-FT. O49 iO-FT.289 '

his survivors include a son, Services for Mrs. Georgia LONG &
jonn L. Brown Jr. Services Lokie of 16421NW2OthAvenue
With 100% Heartwood ground ?
;
were held Tuesday, Jan. 28thin Opa-locka were held Saturdaya end for longer life! ,,,
the chapel. t the F r e e w i 11 Baptist ---

Mrs. Mary Higdon of 2501 Church. She is survived by two PANEL '' 'I
NW 154th St. Opa-locka died Rev. $3.28 f
sisters, a brother and a host
Jan. 22.at her residence. She of other relatives and friends. REDWOOD 2 X 4'SKILN

is survived by two daughters, Services for C a rlos Beautiful Philippine Mahogany . factory 1
DRIED ,
Corrine Howard and Victoria Landrus of 1264 N.W. 62nd St. finish.d by professional methods to ", ,,
Williams; four sons, Willie were held at the Liberty City, bring out the warmth and elegance of 8-FT, LONG r: w
the grain. Random grooved patterns. .
Bishop, Mitchell and Andrew Chapel. He is survived by his Choice of thr. shades..
Higdon; 13 grandchildren and wife, four daughters,two sons, -
many great-grandchildren and a host of other relativesand
other relatives.Services were friends.

held on' Monday, Jan. '27th at Julius Glymph of 1618 NW Vinyl& Shield"r" to California all for durability REDWOOD! Word fa. +;

Greater Bethel AME Church. 55th St. died January 25th at rnou for its lasting qualities. 1
Jack Turner of 2998 NW See this stock! It's just what you
51st Jackson Hospital. He Is sur- 4x8-FOOT 4" : want for straight, true partition
Street died Jan. 24th'at palm vived by two brothers,GeorgeJ.T. cf 'Il work. .

Springs Gen. Hosp. Among his ., a sister,Mary.Services PREFINISHED ': ''II'J II It ,
survivors are a wife, Daisy, will Y i
be held Thursday at 2 pm I >
and a son,James Kimbel.Ser PANELING ? ; Lil'
at the Liberty City Chapel. ,; 1t, E : "ROCK CREEK"
vices were held Wednesday, Services for Kager Ragland, Woodgrained beauty with a ''t'I I ., j
Jan. 29th in the vinyl Restate !
chapel. tough protection. \
2050 All
of
Baba Ave. were rough abuse and clean It'l I 2x4's
Mrs. Laura Baker of 3070 conducted Tuesday January easily with the awieh of a I '
I'
NW 44th St. died Jan. 24. She at the Opa-locka Chapel. He cloth. > 111 In+ )i1
I i STRAIGHT
is survived by two brothers h
is survived by his wife, Phyllis lieeie Ittmi .. ,
Richard and Walter; a niece, and a daughter, Willistine of Vslssl, Tail, 'f1. t STRONG, y
Ilk, ', UUOM -
Mrs. Beatrice PANEL
Baker. She will Greenville, Tenn. White WELL MILLED
lie in repose in the chapel on

Thursday, Jan. 30,after 2 p.m. Services for Tom Williamsof Nice for rough
She will be shipped on Friday, 10039 Hibiscus St. Perrine form framing work, stakes etc.,

Jan. 31 to Marlanna, Fla. for were held Saturday Januaryat Pref finished PANELING
final services. Mt. Sinai Baptist Church of
4 8-Foot
x 2.FOOT 4-FOOT SFOOTLONG
BIRCH"
Hubert Strachan of 423 NW Perrine. His survivors: "RIVIERA LONG LONG
9th St. Apt. 5 died Jan. 26 at Include his wife, a son, two Uenuine hardwood with a '

the Veterans Hospital. He Is daughters, and a host of other tough modified finish., Cleans polyurethane easi-- J1 23c45c6acLinds1eyLttmber' -A

survived by his wife, Hor- relatives and friends ly. PANEL
tense; his parents, Mr. and

Mrs. Benjamin Strachan, Sr.;
BAIN'S
two brothers, Arthur and

Audley; and three sisters,
Hilda Strachan, Elnora Petty Bloneva Louise Armbrister,
and Gloria Clark. Funeral of 3161 Douglas Road, died on
20th at the residence.Mrs.
January .
services will be held Satur-
Armbrister is sruvived
day, Feb. 1st at 1 p.m. In the
her husband two
Herman
chapel with Rev. Aaron Hall, by ;
officiating.Mrs. sons, .Fellclan and Joe;; two MIAMI-DADE STORES

Belle Lightbourn of daughters Armbrister, juanita and Miss Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Lindsley.RBC
5009 S. W. 18th Street, West Agnes ;twogrand-
Hollywood, died Jan. 24th.SheIs c h 11 d r en, one brother two 3505NW. 79thStreet-Ph.696-2810 1635 NW.28th St.-Ph. 635-4511 Stores alsolocated
sisters. Funeral services N.W. 7th Ave.& 127th St._Ph. 681-7471 2160 S.W. 27th Ave.-Ph. 443.7432
survived by two daughters, 812 SW. 12th Ave. Ph. 374.5108
NW 21th Ave II 179th St.- Ph 621-0544 -
held at 4
Vernell Wells and Dorothy were on Tuesday pm J4300N.W.27thAve.-Ph.68U523 401 N.E. 167th Sf.-Ph 9493537HIALEAM. I in
Blandon five Erie Ernest from Bain's Chapel, Fr.Theo. 8820 Bird Road-Ph.221-8311 : 1295 W.49th St.-Ph. 821-2150 .
sons -
; R. Gibson officiated. Burial 4300 Ponce de Leon:' Ph. 443.7461 PERR'j t: S. Dixie Hwy -Ph.238-553S Key West ((2 Starts)
Richard, Nthaniel and was in Paradise Memorial 496 NE.: 79th St.-Ph. 757-4571 HOMESTlAD. 632 Washington' Ave.-Ph. 247-6813 I s la.oradaS.Dixie&LudlamRoadPh,661.1672
Henry; two step-daughters, MIAMI HOMES BELOW CLOSED SUNDAYS TravernitrFort
Perline Johnson and Louise Gardens. 5891 S. Dime Hwy.-Ph. 66153613817N.W.17thAve.Ph 660 NL 96th St.-Ph.759-2431 PierceCocoa
Lightbourn; 23 grandchildrenand 633-8218 16160 Biscayne Blvd.-97-4711

other relatives. Services .Funeral Nelson,services of 6128 S.W.for IssacE. 66th OROWARD COUNTY STORES Open Sundays till 2 P.M. Daytona Beach

will be held on Sat. Feb. 1st South Miami who died w. HOLLYWOOD: 1800 N.State Road 7-Ph.989-6850 fT. LAUDERDALE:219 N.W. let Ave.- Ph. 522.7411 Taupe ((5 Stores)
at 3:30 p.m. from the Church Street, HOLLYWOOD N.21 Ave.-!Ph. 922-5624 POMPANO BEACH 142 S.W. 1st Ave.-Ph.942-0900
of God of Prophecy. on January 20th were held on OAKLAND PARKi 1099 Oakland Park Blvd.- Ph. 565-6761 'FT.LAUDERDALE: 800 N.E.: 3rd Ave.Ph.. 522.2512 Largo
Monday at 4 pm from Bain's FT..LAUDERDALE:2900 W.Broward Blvd.-Ph. 581-3900 '(FT. LAUDERDALE STOftt CLOSED SUNDAY Pinellas I Park
Fitz Herbert Alleyna of 805 '
NW 50th Streed died Jao,27th. Chapel, Fr. Theo. R. Gibson, EXPORT DIVISIONS ROOF. TRUSS PUNT St. Petersbar'

; He is survived by two daughters officated. Among his sur- e MIAMI:'1635 N.W.28tk Jt-Pi.8330101 MIAMI, 14300 N.*/.27U-118-1553'
vivors are his wife two sons .
,
: Helena Adams and Edna .
Devoe; three grandsons, Arthur and other relatives. .
NO MONEY: DOWN!
,
Allen, Rodney Devoe and ,
Craig Adams; a grand daughter Edward Wallace,of 6817 NW
Robbin E. Adams and one 15th Street, Florida City,died
great-grandchild. Services on January 20atthe Veterans BUY M'ItiI'

will be held on Sat. Feb. 1st Administration Hospital,Mr.
," at 1 p.m. from Triumph Wallace is survived by his -
Church. mother Mrs. Rose Wilson.
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 31, 1969 ___ u __

NEW PROVIDENCE NEW MT. MORIAH MT. SINAI NEW HOPE

Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
S Rev. A.L. Shipp pastor
Arsula Edwards, reporterThe Rev. Cleo Albury, pastor Loraine Fuller reporter
Evelyn Souter, reporterOur B. Boney, reporter
Lord's Supper will be monthly conference and Brother Leslie Thomas our Sunday, Feb. 2;the Deacons

served Sunday in our evening general election tonight music representative for the wish to invite you to come out

service. (Thursday), at 8 p.m. All National Sunday School and and help them celebrate their,

The 39th Annual Session of members please be presentand BTU Congress, is asking all Deacon's observance Day, all

the Seaboard M. B. Associa- on time. choir members to meet at St. day. All members please see

tion, Rev. W. H. Edwards, Joint rehearsal for choirs John's Baptist Church before you favorite deacon, and help

moderator will convene with No. 1 and 2 will be February Feb. 6 deadline to rehearse for him be the popular deacon of

the New Hope M. B. Church, 11, at 8 p.m. the forthcoming event. New Hope.

1321 NW 6th St., Fort Laud- Our Youth Day will be the The church's monthly con- Communion will be held

erdale, Rev. G. W. Phillips, second Sunday with Judge ference will be held ThursdayJan. Sunday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m.
ift fwi 3n fiUfitrrff fhrnftrnj Mattie Davis the Continue to for the sick
pastor, Feb. 5 9th. Theme: B. morning 30, at 8 p.m. pray
To Evangelize this Disturbed speaker andAtty.AlfonzaSepe The training session pre- and shut-Insbereavedour

Society. Our pastor will will be the evening speaker.The ceding the organization of the servicemen and mankind

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MT. AARON preach at 11 a.m.Sunday,Feb. public is invited. Brotherhood of Mt. Sinai has everywhere.Our .
9 in the association. The pastor is asking the en- already begun. All laymen of doors are always open

"0 continue kind Consecration hour of prayer tire church to accompany him invited attend to visitors.
thy loving Rev. 0. L.Sample,pastor the church are to
.ness unto them that know thee; R. M. Hicks, reporter is held Sunday mornings at to Fort Lauderdale the third these meetings, and are urged
and thy righteousness to the 5 a.m. You are invited to at- Sunday, he will deliver the 11 to meet with the pastor, CHRISTIAN

Upright In heart." These tend.Bible Association.a.m. sermon for the Baptist Thursday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. FELLOWSHIPRev.
words from Psalms are partof class and p. ayer
this week's Bible Lesson- meeting each Tuesday at 7:30 The No. 1 Choir will have a P. S. Brown, pastor

Sermon titled "Love." It will p.m. BTU Sunday afternoon,at meeting this Friday at 8 p.m. ST. PAUL AME M. L. Nixon, reporterThe
..' 5:30. Continue praying for All ment>ers please be pres- Deaconess Board is
be read in all Christian
Science churches this Sunday. L. ij, those who are sick,shut-In and ent, business of importance. Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor preparing for their first anniversary -
f' bereaved. Remember the Pressley and Mary Amos reporter which will be next
Fear of accidents puts us . Bell families
other bereaved
.. ,
inadvertently "111 harm's / -...:... ,.. ..'."'. families, sick, shut-ins and The Willing Workers invite month.
.. The pastor wishes to thank
way." When Jesus said,"Fear '..'' ..." FRIENDSHIP those in the armed services in you to come out and help celebrate -
"' ', . the captains and members for
not .
we can assume there wasa Visitors always their fourth anniversary.
your prayers. are their continued interest and
reason. There is a way to I.I.. Rev. J. Jenkins, pastor welcome. Sunday, at 3 p.m.
avoid Injury and to overcomethe .,, Ruby Lee Carr reporterOur The .second Sunday in Feb. splendid report made Sunday.
.
,
.
effects of accidents, and it '.. ", pastor Is chairman of Is Founder's Day in memory Directors of the BTU invite
.., CHRIST THE KING you to come out Sunday 5:30to
,
starts with "fearing not. .. the First Aid Committee for of our founder, RichardAllen,
Listen Sunday at 1:45 over radio : ftJ11II! the National we are asking you to please enjoy a program prepared
[ Baptist Sunday
station WMBM to "Over- I School and Convention Rev. Fr. S. J.Sweeting,priest donate one extra dollar to help Just for you. Send your children -

coming Fear o f Accidents." REV. OTIS SAMPLEWe ;j that will convene BTU here in June, The public is cordially invited the foster cause of Christian to Sunday School every
,
Fifth Church Christ to worship with us Sun- education Sunday. Visit and pray for the
'he is all andAU
were happy to have Bethlehem asking nurses day Feb. 2 at 4 a ser ill and less fortunate.
Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St., Baptist Church along members of the choirs are p.m. Remember Love Feast Fri-
welcomes aU.JORDAN. vice of missions.The day night and class meeting
with their pastor Sunday nightin our service. After service i tist Church every other Wednesday every Tuesday night. BETHANY SDA
be held at St. Peter's African The men will organize for
we had our rally and a musical i and all Junior choir
GROVERev. Orthodox Cathedral, now located Men's Day Sunday immedi- The 1969 officers of the
,
at
to meet
members asked
i are
program. at 4841 NW Second Ave. ately following services. Bethany Church, as well as all
Douglas Cook Sunday is our regularCom- :St. hike Baptist Church
,pastor An abbreviated Vespers Ser- Remember our sick and officers of SDA Churches
Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe munon so we'll be looking The pastor will preach the vice will be said culminatingwith shut-ins and for their in the State of Florida met in
pray
for you. 1 Educational sermon in the 39th the benediction of the Tampa on Saturday, Jan. 25,
pastor wishes to thank On the third Sunday afternoon i annual session of the Seaboard most blessed sacrament. recovery. for Officers' Convention

the general church and Rev. we will render service ;Baptist Association Friday, All members are remindedthat Elders W. S. Banfield, F. L.
Macon and congregation, the at Jordan grove In behalf of the :Feb.' 7, at 7:30 p.m.at the New
we will celebrate Divine Jones, Joseph Hinson, S. E.
Smith and
'
Rev. W. K. congregation -
home 1 Hope Baptist Church in Fort PEACEFUL ZION
and the friends mission. Liturgy at St. Peter's at 11 Gooden, S. Robinson of the
many Your prayers for our sick :Lauderdale. 'a.m. Dinner will be served following South Atlantic Conference of
for helping to make his first to : Rev.C. P. Preston,pastor
and shut-ins, remember our Our get well wishes our
directed the
morning services and Atlanta Georgia
Louise ,
appreciation program a suc- Washington,reporterThe
service men in Vietnam. :members in the hospital. the afternoon service will begin convention.
cess raising 68089. Thanks
..also to those whobroucht food. I IBAHA'IS at 4 p.m.Please pastor is asking all A large delegation from the

All members are asked to DRAKERev. OF MIAMIMrs. come and bring a members to be present Friday, Miami area also attended the

please attend the general con- friend night at the church 'convention.

ference on this Thursday night J. W. Dunn, pastorN. Elizabeth Thomas of On Saturday, at 1 p.m.Choir Sabbath, February 1, is Lay

at 8 p.m. T. Green reporterThe Manhasset, New York, a MATTHEW TEMPLE No. 1 will sponsor a sale. Activities Day in Bethany
Prayer meeting every Bah 'i teacher and world Wednesday night is prayer der Lloyd Rahming pastor of

Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. officers and members traveler, will speakata meet Rev. I H. McGill, pastor meeting. Deacon Smith is ask- Greensboro, N. C. has been

Visitors are always wel- extend their greatest sympathy -. ing to be held Tuesday, Feb. Ruth Lucas;reporter ing all members and friendsto invited to be guest speaker.

come to worship with us. Let to the pastor and his family 4, 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sunday, Feb. 2, at 7:30p.m. come out at 7:30 p.m. Elder Rahming is a native of

us remember the sick and des in the lost of their loved one. Doris Appleton, 478 N.E. 56th the Missionary Dept will The No. 1 Ushers' Board Miami. His father, Elder Abe

titute in our prayers. Mrs. Jessie Ray the sister of treet. sponsor a musical and literary anniversary will be the Second Rahming is one of the local

The Juniors are sponsoringa the late Rev. J.W.Drake,dIed Mrs. Thomas has travelled program, please come and Sunday from Thursday night to elders of Bethany.

car wash on Saturday from in Philadelphia,f un e r a l was extensively throughout give us a helping hand. Sunday evening.

9:30 a.m. until. Bring your held in Washington, Ga. last Europe, in Africa and has The congregation is holdingits Elder R. Woodfolk, pastorand

cars out and help the juniors.GREATER Sunday. spent some time as a Baha'i services temporarily at C. Handheld is reporter. iI i
5632 31st Ave.
NW
The Deaconesses thank the I
pioneer in Grenada, in the ZION HOPE
members for I
attending the West Indies.
BIBLE TRUE HOLINESS ANTIOCH
meeting last Sunday, the ban- The public is cordially invited -
NEW MACEDONIARev. Rev. Paul Freeman
pastor
ner was left at Drake. to attend this meeting. Bishop E. E. Rahming pastor ,
,
Bessie Williams Rev. P.Wiggins,pastor
Jackson reporterThe
Roscoe ,pastor The Ushers will have their ,
Shirley Cooper, reporter Dinettle Cobb reporterThe
Willie J. Beard, reporterWe the second morning sermon was ,
anniversary on
wish to take this oppor- Sunday in February at 3 BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST Sunday is Pastorial Day,we delivered by Rev. J. E. Mc- pastor basking
tunity to thank each and everyone The men are asking, p.m.to are inviting you to come out Crary of Sarasota, Fla. c h u r c h to attend our general
you
and be with
who helped to make our please be present Sunday,Feb. Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor The Youth us.department will Sisters Sharpe and Davis will business meeting Friday,Jan.

6th Church's Anniversary and 9, at 7:30 p.m. The pastorand Elizabeth Wright, reporterOn sell potato pIes Saturday in be- 31, at 8 p.m.
render a short musical
pro- All asked to attend
Homecoming Day a tremen- members of Mt. Olivette BaP-: the second Sunday at 3 half of Sis Vera Johnson who youth are
dous success, spiritually and there will be an gram before communion ser- is making preparations for Junior Church meeting,Satur-
tist Church will be in charge of p.m. appre-
vice. Let us come and have a
Choir day, February 8. Sisters H.
financially. services. ciation program for our No. l's Anniversary.
Special thanks to Rev.A. M. Parents please send your pastor. All members are ex- good time Call NE 5-1107. Sanders, R. Pratt and G.Rob-

Griffin and congregation of boys to boy scout meeting on pected. Rev.Johnnie Torranceof Let us pray for the sick, inson, directresses

New Shiloh M.B.Church; Rev. Friday at 6 p.m. Don't forgetto Vally Grove will be the guest SHILOH shut-in and members of bereaved All organizations are askedto
0. Taylor and congregation of families in our prayers sponsor a baby in the baby
and speaker.
visit pray for the sick Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor .
St. Luke P.B. Church, West and shut-ins. Tonight at 8 p.m.Thursday) Cheryl English, reporter contest sponsored by the Wo-
Hollywood; Rev. S. L. Gayand there will be Joint choir re- Sunday the pastor and men in behalf of their annual
congegation of St. James hearsal. women's day. Let us support
THANKFUL church Journeyed over to.New
AME Church and Rev. T. C. The Lord's Supper will be Macedonia Baptist Churchandhad MT. CARMEL them in all their efforts.

tj*Kelly, Jr. and congregation of MISSIONARYRev. served during the evening on a wonderful time. Rev. D.A. Bradley,pastor Let us remember. BTU

St. Paul AME for services C.T.Ramsey,pastor Sunday. All visitors are wel- There will be choir rehearsal Louise McGriff reporterThe meeting every'Sunday at 5 p.m.

rendered during this occas Edna Troutman, reporterThe come. for all Juniors. Each Let's remember to pray

ion.On pastor and members Let us not forget to visit member is asked to please be Jr. Ushers' Board will for the sick, shut-ins and the

Monday night,Feb.3,the wish to thank Rev. F. L.John and pray with and for our sick, present.Let have their anniversary on Fri- men on the battlefield. On the

Young Women's Auxiliary will son and the Brownsville Bap- and shut-ins. us remember to visit day night, they are asking you sick list is Mr. John Phillips

sponsor an Ole' Fashion Re- tist Church for services last and pray for the sick and shut- to come out and be with them. at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,

vival Service, one night only. Sunday in our pastors instal- NEW BETHEL BAPTIST ins. Sunday is the first Sunday, Rm. 502.

., ,'? You are Invited to come out lation. come over and be with us.
and Join in the services.S1.MARY'S The pastor basking Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor ANNIVERSARY & Pray for the boys in Viet-

members to please help each Alice Harris, reporterWe nam.Also the sick and shut-ins MT. CALVARY

baby in the contest drive.SPRINGFIELD extend our heartfelt REDEDICATIONYou and those who have lost some
Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
to and of their loved ones.UOUR .
sympathy our pastor Phyllis Beal, reporter
4 2 is family in ,the home going of are cordially invited to
Sunday, Feb. the first There will be a battle of
:" Sunday. Communion will be his sister. We also give special attend the twelfth Anniversary OF songs against Mr. Marvin Lut-

served all day and Joint choirs 4952 NW 27thAvenue thanks to Rev. H. W. Moss Services and rededlcatioti of low and Mrs.Louise Scott FrI-

J. t and Joint ushers' boards will Rev. Robert Walker, pastor of New Mt. Zion who took over Bethel Apostolic Temple,t310NW DELIVERANCEElder day evening 8 p.m.This program
Order of services the 58th St., Jan. 27, throughFeb.
J Sunday funeral services.
'. serve all day. : B. King, pastor is the climax of the wo-
::;.. Our sick and shut-ins re- School, 9:30 a.m.; morning Sister,A. Harris is asking 9, 1969. Hester Smith, reporter men and men's drive.

main the same.Let us continue worship, 11 a.m.; eveningworship ; all youth to come out Satur- Special services each night On Sunday, Feb. 2 a revival The Lord's supper is Sun-
Don't 6-.30 p.m. day at 4 p'.m. and Join the Jr.is beginning at 7:30 p.m. Dedication -
to pray for them. forget meeting win begin, conductedby day. Come out and eat with us.
A most cordial invitation service will be Feb 2
i Ushers' board. ,
the Calendar Tea sponsored Evangelist J. S.James. There will be Baptismal services -
. l by the usher boards. Visitors extended to each and everyoneto i On the sick list are Sisters i I at 2 p.m. Bishop Davis, presiding Everyone is welcome to come Sunday at 5:30.

,. are always welcome at St.MaryX come and worship with us. Francis Woodside and Eileen Mother from Doris Spartanburg Akins S.C. and help us, at 1811 NW 151st Please pray for and visit the
I You are always welcome. Williams at home. pastor.
St., Opa-locka.: sick and shut-ins.


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Ministers/ To Pay- Powell's

I" r ay
+

$25,000. Fine J

WASHINGTON. A groupof slonal) action was taken be- "Our nation deals with black
Negro ministers Sunday announced cause the New York congressman people as though they are cultural -
a nationwide drive to is black," Rogers said. and political beggars and
raise the $25,000 fine levied "MLTP deeply resents this with whites as though they are 1{ 0

against Rep. Adam Clayton crudely basic racism on be- especially privileged citizens 1 ;,yl
Powell (D.N.Y.by) Congress. half of Congress. simply because they, are t
The Rev. Jefferson P. Rog- "Our action will serve to white," Rogers said."The action -
ers, pastor of the Church Re- inform all black people that of theCongress and the I
deemer Presbyterian andhead they must begin to fight for lily-white posture of the new M i t a
of the Ministers Leadership survival and political self determination administration make this un-' :1
Training Program (MLTP), in every wayopento mistakably clear."
said the organization will so- them." He said the effort to chip In
licit the aid of MLTP chapters Rogers said the kickoff of the money for Powell Is a cal
in 14 cities and all civil rights the national campaign to raise for the closing of class ranks
organizations throughout the money for Powell will be held within the black sector of our
country. in Washington on Feb. 9 with society In order to fight
"MLTP as well as allblack the congressman himself as against black submergenceand
.,, ,,,,,_
know that the M k
people (congres the keynote speaker. paternalism. .k.z


:MT. TABORRev. .
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James Hendon, pastor A GOOD DAY Mrs. Vernon B. Perrin, seated left, and Mrs. Delores

Wilhelmina Sands, reporter Smith, both of West Philadelphia are making tremendous social history as
Last Sunday was a great day
at Mt. Tabor. We .celebrated they sign for mortgages under Section 235 of the 1968 Housing and Urban Development

Florida Memorial Fund Day. Act. This act, aimed at making low-income people eligible to buy

Rev.minister Robert, was Carter the guest, college speak- homes, came to. this happy end at The Philadelphia Saving Fund Society this

week. Section 235 permits down payments as low as 200, with interest paid

er.The Youth Choir thank the by the homeowner scaled down to a minimum one per cent. Shown. standing

many participants on the program are participants which set in motion this history-making event in the Dela-
and its friends for
g making their many program on last ware Valley. Left to right, Mr. Andrew Freeman, executive director, Philadelphia -

Sunday a success.Total money Urban League, who referred Mrs. Perrin to PSFS and FHA; Mr. R.

raised for this "Parade of Stewart Rauch, Jr., president of The Philadelphia Saving Fund Society and

States"Dinners program are still$589.26.being sold Victor F. Kaminski, assistant director of the Philadelphia Regional office of

at the church Saturday.You the Federal Housing Administration. It is expected that thousands of low-In-

4 may call the church, 6918732to come people in America will buy existing houses and build new houses if they

place your orders. choose.
Please pray for the sick and

,,-, ..__.... ... -.-.- welcome shut-ins.at Visitors Mt. Tabor.TEMPLE are.always Free Adult Courses At Miami Jackson 1

Come one, come all, to an evening of songs at the
Adults-Do you need to learnto grade yourself in your present sections of Miami. Ample
B.T.U. program, 5:30 p.m. Sunday, February 16, at St. type, take shorthand, position? The cost of these lighted parking is available on
John Baptist Church, 1328 NW 3rd Avenue, presentingMrs. The Lord's Supper, will be operate office machines or courses is low,Registration is the school grounds. The
Vernice Ross and the Rosetts and the Johnsonairs. administered during the IBM Key Punch or to keep only $2.00 per trimester. classrooms are air-con-
Sister Henrietta Pearson directress and Rev. Te/ Sunday, and the choirs will
ford Johnson pastor. If you need any of the above machines fee for some of the services are available. The
sing Jointly. All 1 o ya.l
skills, Miami Jackson High courses.In office is located in room 127
members will make it a"must"
Members don't forget the 15th 'both Adult Education Center offers and is open from 2 to 10 p.m.
Carver District meeting,Sunday,Feb. services.to attend one or adults the opportunity to obtain addition to the secretarial (daily. For further informa-

2, at Post 4997 in West Holly The No. 1 Choir will spon- training in all phases of training, Miami Jackson Adult tion, call 634-2641.
wood, off state Road #7 on Bu- Business Education. Education Center provides
Ranches sor a tea Sunday, February 9
canan St. Members who don't Adults may learn these classes to enable adults to obtain -
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
r have meet at skills in classes well, school I
transportation Isaiah Arnett, 3030 N.W. 12th taught by a high diploma,receive -
News the post home at 12:30 p.m. Avenue. qualified teachers. The elementary training at
I. The Fire Dept. of Carver classes meet from 7 pm to 10 all levels, learn sewing and EMERSOTELEVISIOP
Walter Bow.The The Rev. David Russell associate
By Ranches holds its meetings minister at Temple, p.m. each night! of the week, many other worthwhile sub-
VFW Post No.8195 will Monday night at the Fire Hall, is in Opa-locka General hos- there are many secretarial jects. Miami Jackson High
at 21st St. and 44th Ave. at 8 positions available for well Adult Education Center is located
hold its regular meeting on pital, recovering from freak
Sunday Feb 2, at 5 p.m. at the P.m.The accident. Two weeks ago, trained personnel. Why not a 1751 N.W. 36th Street . 4
adult school is take of this
night advantage oppor- The expressways make the
home Rd.
post on Pembroke. while working under his car,
open several nights a week, if when the Jack was released, tunity to learn new skills or up- center easy to reach from all
you interested,enroll now,
the back weels slipped from
better your education. Mrs. their support and the car rolled -
JOIN NOW!
I
Waldon Is the instructor. well
over him. Our get
LOOKINGFOR Don't forget the Big Fish wishes go to him and the following AND SUPPORT THE
A JOB? Fry at the post home on this
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ADS I Come out and enjoy yourself. 1
Mrs. Remelda Pettier, Mrs.
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will have another Tithing Sun- r
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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 31, 1969 I
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POET'SCORNER iy M A



By GENE GRIENER
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Reminiscence Black Marble


Recollections are delightfully dear a black velvet cord
When movie-picture showing yesterday. runs like the dark vein
Rembrance brings a friend or love one near through white marble
Who lives eleven hundred miles away! and we garble the issues
Affectionately-fond memories refresh as our stubbornessesThe
soul and stimulate and soother the mind, remain to clutch
The dangle In an airy golden mesh at our own convictions-
Inviting one to choose the treasured kind.

Distinctively recalling incidents If we are all children of Fate
That vivify amusing episodes why do we pretend to hate...
Provide a wealth of bllshful recompenseAnd

lifts oppression from life's heavy loads. Dorothy Mitchell Bechold I s
Retracting time by way of memories : .

Has power to painstakingly appease. .. .. .

Remelda Gibson Wish Three ,


Three clouds over my island rp '
Rains my loneliness for you ( {4a i
Not Positive Each crevice in my heart cried out
For a lover's rendezvous.
"What color Is God?" young Tommy
,
Asked his mommy Three shells on a gray oval stone r

One day. I trip In eagerness to meet
He is black, I want to know A voice from out the darkness
Before I go But the hope is bitter sweet
"To pray."

Three waves dash on my island
"What color Is God?" She wondered Through the gathering dusk and gloom.
As it thundered
How often shall I cry your name
That night. With empty arms in empty room.
Her answer held uncertaintyFor
her that He
Three clouds cover my island
Is white! shells oval stone
Three on an ,
Silver waves around my Island
Craig Christensen
Take one, my love, and ride it home.

4R
Caroline Ingling S


Count Down ? {

Formless Phantom
The count down of a mother's heart

Begins when her son goes to war- Smoke Belches, billows, eclipses, swirls
The numbers are blurred as they start Obscures and curls
By tears that freely flow, Like tog
Obscurring patriotism and all else we know. It incessantly twists and turns
The count down of
a mother's heart
While the fire burns
Begins when her son goes to war- A log.
First It's the months, then days '
Between the hours each remembers
Spiraling like lenghts of rope,
That which Is pleasant, and assays Smoke does not grope, 4 : 8
The gold of time sublime, Or feel f F sS

Until that second when Its way in darkness or in light.
She and her son feel It then-
Its hands are quite
1 The count down of a mother's heart. Unreal!
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three of his members to the replace old ones which throughout the ghettoes, although -
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I Abernathy Defends Bevels' StatementOn .

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Ray's InnocenceAT


.-Dr. Ralph Justice Dr. King worked for, darkness have seen a great LOUNGES LAUNDRY & CONTRACTORS
David Abernathy,sucessor to rather than the murder of Mr. light. EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE CLEAN! NG J. H. COPELAND
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.as Ray. Rev. Bevel, In the best "James Bevel offered to defend 4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS'TAILORS 2939 CONSTRUCTION NW 48th Terrace
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following statement the organization in his offer to defend Mr.Ray's telegram to Mr. Ray on Jan.
from his Atlanta office life. I call upon America's oppressed 18 speaks for Itself. It reads: MANKER-MILTON LABORNO
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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday January 31, 1969Spearing



with....... Clarence Hunter Track Officials To Train

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"f//:4.A ,. l'J6" Named Associated For National AAUClasses


to train and certify prime forces behind< bringingthe

e s ;Gil track and' field officials for the '69 championships to MI-

M Director Of 1969, National AAU Outdoor ami. The meet will be held at

BY HARRY SPEAR Track Field Championshipsbegin M-DJC's North Campus where
Monday, Jan. 27, at Mi- a new Grastex surface is now
Jtni. Dade Junior College, being Installed on the track in
RATTLER GOLFERS IN JAMAICAThe WashingtonJournalism South Campus. preparation for the June event.

will be In implementing the new
Florida A&M University Golf team was invited to play The national meet course, Stokes has appointed,
in the University Invitational Golf Tournament in Jamaica held in Miami June 26-28. Bennie Moore of M-DJC

The Rattlers competed with approximately 13 other collegesand Center The new course, Physical Sou t b' s Physical education

universities January 2226. Coached by Hansel Tookes, Education 227, was developedby faculty to conduct the training -
associate professor of physical education the Rattlers the college after a survey
cap sessions. Heading the list
in Norfolk He also area-wide short
WASHINGTON--Clarence Virginia. revealed an
tured the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship
of outstanding track and field
last season. H. Hunter, Information Officerfor has worked as a reporter for age of qualified officials forevents.
the U.S. Commission on The Carolinian, a weekly .It will provide} intensive personalities from the South-

SIX RATTLERS ON ALL SIACSix Civil Rights since June, 1965, newspaper In Raleigh, North training in officiatlon eastern area who will serve
is
consultants Car-
Jimmy
as.
has been appointedAssociated Carolina. techniques and is designed to
Director of The Washington A veteran of the U.S. Marine qualify class members to officiate nes, head track coach at the
members of the 1968 Florida A&M University football University of Florida.
Journalism Center. CorpsMrHunterisagraduate in event or combination
named to any
squad was the All-Southern Intercollegiate Athletic
Julius Duscha, Director of of New York Uni- of events in track and Classes will meet every
Conference team. The six who were recently honored by the
v 100 per cent Wrong Club in Atlanta included: Roger Finnie, the Center,announced that Mr. versity where he majored in field. Monday, 6 to 9 p.m., Jan. 27
Hunter will direct journalism. He also attended through April 28 in Room 2237
a
programto
end; Otis Collier, defensive back; Hubert Glnn,halfback; Melvin Dr William Stokes, M-DJC '
recruit and train Purdue University under the Learning Resources Center,
Jones, end; Carlmon Jones, tackle and Horace Lovett, Negroesfor South athletic director, said
tackle. careers in journalism.The Naval V-12 Program during the college had been requested South Campus.Fee .
Ford Foundation has awardeda World War II. He has won the
to establish such a course for the threecreditcourse
BOXING SHOWING GREAT IMPROVEMENT $295,500 grant to the Centerfor Page One Award of the Gary
by th Florida Gold Coast AAU is $10 per credit hour,
If Chris Dundee, No. 1 fight promoter in the South, keeps up the three-year program. Newspaper Guild; the Gold Association, Metropolitan plus a $5 admissions fee for
his good work with the bouts he has been showing at the Mi- The Washington Journalism Scroll Award of the Violet Dade County Recreation Department those not currently or pre-
Center Is an Independent,non (yearbook) at New York Uni- and the enrolled at Miami-
ami Beach Auditorium, and the sellout crowds that have been Sports viously
attending, and going away well satisfied, boxing can survive profit Institution. versity, and a certificate of Council of the Chamber of Dade. For further informa-

here. Although it has had its ups and downs, a boxing show, Before assuming directionof M e r 11 of The Gary Urban Commerce.. These agencies, tion, contact Bennie Moore,

with the bouts evenly matched, main events or the preliminaries press relations for the civil League. with the college, have been at 274-1151 or 274-1152.
He is Senior Warden at St.
a
Commission
Rights Mr.
,
fans will patronize them more often.They love action,
this is what to I have all this with Hunter, who is 43'years old, Stephen and the Incarnation .
they go see. surveyed my ''-- - - - - - - - - -
was a staff reporter specializing (Episcopal) Church In Wash-
-
own eyes and ears while roaming and mingling with the Crowd ,
in c i v 11 rights for the ington. He is married to Mary
You and isn't
can gain more experience opinion from them. It
necessary for a fan to be a fighter or trainer in passing his Washington Evening Star from Ransom Hunter and is the I "MY
January 1962 t o June 1965, father of a son, Andrew, and I
views on what kind of a fight he has seen. After allovej 50,
and a general assignment reporter three d aughtersKarenBeverly I
percent go to these bouts good or bad. Therefore Chris, keep
the good work up. We hope to see you land one of the big bouts for the Gary(Indiana) and Kathryn. ,I
here in the near future Post-Tribune from February The program to be directed I TIME"By
1950 to January 1962. by Mr. Hunter will seek out

ALL FLORIDA CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY Prior to that time he servedas men and w o men who haveI I. PHIL DIXON r g
anassociate editor of Ebony majored in such areas of study

Biscayne Dog Track features Championship run of the 27th Magazine in Chicago, and a as political science, history,

All-Florida Championship this Saturday night and the event staff reporter and bureau economics, sociology, and

promises to capture the national greyhound spotlight.The manager for for the Journaland English, and who have Indicated Basketball is really king this time of year; and as usual

crack eight-greyhound field will have much at stake Guide, a weekly newspaper an interest in journalism South Florida is building up its' reputation of providing some

a grand net sum of$15,000goingtothe winning kennel. Second through work on a college of the best talent in the country. I think the coaches made a

money In the Biscayne Course stakes feature will be worth pap e r or. .discussions with very bad decision in pulling for positions rather than seeding;
$7,500 with the third and fourth finishers earning $4,500 and advisers. steams according to their season's record for the district
$2,400 respectively. Up to 200 Negroes will be basketball tournament. The results of the drawing pits two of

Significantly, the first four greyhounds to cross the finish recruited from colleges and the better teams (Carol City and Northwestern) against each

line in the Championship run will not only earn the lion's shareof universities throughout the other in a quarter final game. I never try to second guess

the purse money, but will also qualify for a starting berthin United States and appointed to coaches even though my opinions differ; but this time I think
the one-week later $25,000-added Irish-American Championship fellowships at the center for the coaches pulled a bone head play. My opinion of a tour-

from four to six months.Each nament was to have your better teams playing the semi-finals,

The Irish-American, a tri-distance event, seasonly matches fellowship provides for a stipend rather than quarter finals. If any of you coaches care to enlighten

four proven American racers against a quartet of Irish run- of at least $2000. me on why the boo-boo I am available.The .

ners, brought to America by famed Irish Kennelman, Pat Dalton ThefellowsintheFordFoundation baseball hall of fame increased its' membership by two,

specifically to race in the Biscayne stakes feature with financed pro- last week, by adding a couple of real pros. Stan Muslal, one
International significance.GIL grams will come to Washington of the best hitters in modern baseball; and Roy Campanella,

y* to participate in the regular the best catcher that rye seen in the majors. Stan, I met a

SLOAN JOINS FLAGLERGil seminar program of The couple of times, is quite a gentleman off the field; but duringthe

Washington Jornalism Center game he never gave a pitcher an even chance. Campy, a

Sloan, veteran newspaperman who has been with The Mi- o noo. .__ _.._.,__ '.. ._.___ .__ with leading government officials family man from way back, always kept a good conversation
ami Herald sports staff since 1960, has been named directorof and in special pro- going on with the batters and the umpires was from the schoolof
Mr, and Mrs. Calvin M.
publicity at Flagler Kennel Club, Marshall parsons, Flag- grams to help prepare them hard nose players that believed that the game is over, after
Johnson are all In smiles about
ler general manager announced. for work as reporters and edi- the final out. There have been players who played hard; butI
their
Sloan, 46, leaves The Herald to assume his new duties im- darling new goddaughter tors on newspapers and magazines can't think of one who could match, Campy in courage and
Felicia La Varidis Bratton
mediately at Flagler, which opens its summer meeting May who christened and inradio cunning. Any man, who fought a handicap the way Campy did,
was
Sunday
'5. television news departments after his most unfortunate accident, and overcame them, can
Jan. 12 at Mt. Sinai Baptist
He succeeds Woody Thompson who has taken a position throughout the United States. get my vote any day. Congrats to both men and may they both
with the Association of American Railroads In Washington. Church Felicia's proud parents The F e 11 o w s will work have continued success.
are Mr and Mrs. MelvinL.
DOLPHINS GET "MERCURY" MORRIS Bratton of Liberty City closely with young Journalistswho Another of Miami's long time sportsman celebrated his
have had professional experience made the statement
birthday this past week. "Creep" McCartney -
Eugene "Mercury" Morris, West Texas State University
and are brought the that this was his "37th" birthday. Happy day old buddy,
running back, was the third round draft choice of the Miami C e n t e r from throughout the
and, I wish you quite a few more.
football has
Dolphins Tuesday Nobody In collegiate history country for fellowships under
ever gained as much ground carrying a football from scrim- r \ aprogramnowinitsthiryear d Last week, I made mention of my not going back to Jumbo's;

mage as Morris. He is the holder of the NCAA career rush- and gave my reasons. If any of you want to go, go ahead; but I
ing record of 3,388 yards, which he gained in the past three thought it best that I warn you of what to expect when you go.
seasons while competing for the/Texas institution.He had two The Washington Journalism If you are still foolish enough to go, after being warned,then
t" other NCAA records, both set this year and both since broken Center was founded in 1965 by I wish you luck.Incidently .

. for one game,340 yards against Montana State. The mark the la teW.M. Kip linger, if anyone is Interested in becoming member of
broken by Ron Johnson Michigan and for a single season founder and publisher of the
the AFL Believers, contact either Esmae Bain, the presidentor
1,571 yards, broken by 0. J. Simpson of USC. Morris who is Kiplinger Washington Letters Maurice Graham the membership chairman. will
They give
credited with a (09.7, time in the hundred,tallied 40 touchdownsfor and C h a n ging Times Maga you all the details.
200 points during his college career-19 as a senior, 12 zine.
as a Junior, 9 as a sophomore ThechaIrmanofthe The Floridians pre-game, game was quite a thingthe other
Joe Thomas, director of personnel for the Dolphins said q 0Sx Center's Executive Com night. I saw quite a few Dolphins and U. M/ers on the floor

Mercury is a: great runner as everybody knows and he can mittee is Newbold Noyes,editor playing what was supposed to be basketball.As a public serviceto

'""* also be used as a flanker on kickoff returns. We are definitely of The Washington Evening your wives fellows, I suggest you stick to football, where

happy with this selection as the Dolphins were looking for a Star. Other members of the you have pads, basketball is a no contact game. Everyone had
quick runner. - Executive Committee Mrs. fun? But I pity the trainers who had to work on you guys after

ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM, INC. Pictured is Rozzle A. Bush, Philip Grab, president of The the game.
who teaches school'at Miami Washington Post and a News Sport of the week: LaVern Baker.I still think I can beat you
OF DADE COUNTY
Contact your nearest neighborhood center clerk at the tracks. He is Kiplinger president of the
: dog For those of you, who think, Northwestern is the best team
1 I Center Address the son of the most outstanding Kiplinger Washington Editors, in South Florida, they will have a chance to prove it this week.

II'J Culmer-490 N.W. 11th Street family of 1967 as chosen me; and Sol Taishoff, Editor They play the Maroon Devils of Roosevelt(West Palm Beach).
j Brownsville-2741 N.W.49th Street b the Urban League. and Publisher of Broadcasting ,I have no comments or predictions. Northwestern lost onegame

;.' ,- , Liberty City-1900 N.W. 75th Street I magazine. this year and have averaged better than 90 points per
'\ Coconut Grove-3743 Grand Avenue'(Cdconut Grove) t- Further information about game; however, Roosevelt have not lost a game in three

) Perrlne 17801 Homestead Avenue (Perrine) The Washington Journalism years and have averaged around 90 points.If you plan to go to

. ,' ,John F. Kenn dy-422 S.W. 11th Avenue (Homestead) *' Center's programs maybeob- West Palm.Beach'to see the game, might make a few suggestions
Opa Locka-2338 All Baba Avenue (Opa Locka) & DOUBLE ACTION t a i n e d by writing to: The ((1) drive carefully; ((2)) have fun, but remember one of
c Edison Little River-7467 N.W. 7th Avenue mOUGMYHJURIIACX Was ingtonJournalism .teams must lose; ((3) be a good sport.

j South Miaml-6581 S.W. 59th Place (South Miami) 2 DRESSES BArn 11 PLACE Center, 2401 Virginia A venue, Until the next meeting of the Believers, Til see you-at one
.N. ,.Washington DCr20037r,cf the
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 31, 1969 29 '

::::::: :::i:: :i : : :::::::::: ::::::: :::::::::: ::::::::: Why is real estate such a offer the full-advantages of the i

E :} REAL :: c good field to work in? For one Champburger: A Hew ErIn franchise system to promote .

s o thing, you are your own boss, black ownership.
a wonderful change for anyone '
T 1" ::1R who is tired of the dull routine The Miami Champburger is
: Black-Owned
r.
: Business
located at 17th and 62nd. It
A Jobs that most of us have to put
,:: By FRED :|:f;N up with often with seats about 50 in the clean,
employerswho
The smash opening of the tracted from all over the and operation of business in bright that will be a
style
BETTELHEIM
1 $
| JR. 1
T JT are not the best to work first Cbampburger Restaurant Greater Miami area. urban deprived areas.The Mi-
It is
Champburger trademark.
::
::
:: :: for. No
more to
E R Job-hunting promises success for the uni- People to ami Champburger will serveas
came
:-..:.:J-.-1' :..:..:-.:.:.:-..-:.;.;.:.:-.:.:'.-:..-:..:....:;...:...........;...;...;L.n .;;,;;,.....',,I find an employer who will hire que, new franchise. The first Champburgers, hotdogs sample, fish a training, center for peo- the beginning operated rstaurants of blackownedand pro-
The easy way to obtain your you.real While estate it salesman is true that as will a day crowds numbered well into and fried chicken; to meet ple from all over the United viding quality menu and ser-

Real Estate Salesman's license be you the thousandsandwereatcomplex celebrities s u c h as Muham- States. Champburger hopes to vice in Black areas.
"employed" by a broker
is to pay about $50 to the relationship is more near-, med All, his trainer Angelo
one of the several private real with fewer problemsthan Dundee and Flip Wilson. Par- .
ly that of equals, not tall like
estate schools nearby.In a few the usual an $8,800 house sale. ents were dragged by their

spare hours a week, they pre You employeremployeesituation. will be an inde- People do many things to kids to hear MuhammedAll FOR SALE BY OWNER
pare you in not too many weeksto earn a living, some more en- and by the drawing power that
2 bedroom home
pendent contractor, largely on Lovely large CBS Air conditioner,
pass the exam. They do an joyable than others and somebetter hamburgers and' french fries
your own. After a year of ap- fenced yard, carport, city water plus well and pump
excellent Job and are an easy than others In their effect have for, little kids. .
prenticeship with one broker, --00 for yard. County taxes only. No closing costs FHA
solution to what could be hard society. People who
a you can become a broker your- No one left unimpressed by terms. $300 cash down.
chore. The exam is a breezeif sell cigarettes, for example
,
self if you wish to be entirely the spirit and excellence of the EDISON REALTY, Realtors
you are properly prepared.But independent.For are really selling lung cancer operation. One parent with 751-2441 175 NW 62nd Street
you will see many takingthe another have -- not a very nice thought.Real three small boys was heard
exam who perspire freely thing, you estate offers a great deal of comment:
unlimited properties to offer
because they thought it wouldbe personal satisfaction; we of-
for sale- all at not one cent fer comfort and and "I for one am glad this place
easy and they did not go to security
the trouble of of cost to you. Everybody's other good things that come opened Withtheamountof
for it the right getting way. We ready will property that is for sale is like with property ownership in our hamburgers and french fries King Really, Inc. of MiamiKing :
stock on the shelves of your kind of society. The work itself my kids pack in, Til be glad to
be glad to give you informa- store, Just like having a Bur- is pleasant, carried on take them to a place that's Size Buys"REALTORS 8000 NW 7th 'I
tion about these schools we DADE COUNTY
to ; dine's Department Store mostly in clean and modern clean, has good food and sup- ISOUR A vel
themto
are trying persuade
advertise In wealth and variety of things to surroundings. For all these ports the black community." KINGDOM r

The State fee for our filing paper.the sell. You can offer homes, reasons and many others, we All in all people seemed CALL
apartment buildings, land or believe that real estate
and compares pretty Impressed with the
the
application taking exam -
any other kind of real estate more than favorably 6432081
is $15. We will be glad to Champburger Idea.Champburgers .
you like to handle.To with other kinds of work.
help any one who wants to fill repeat a point mentionedat Next week we will discuss will be open-

out the form. the outset of the previous what is needed to be successful ing all across the country.The
The hard' way to prepare for column, there is big money to in real estate, and start to quick-service restaurants are ; :
the exam is to study the State be made once you learn the get down to brass tacks abouf; being developed to provide incentive iff-
handbook put out by the Florida ropes and a reasonable amountof specific work to be done. for Black-ownership
Real Estate Commission., useful work. Anyone who
You can buy it for $5 from the likes "big deals" will share

Commission branch office in my fascination for this kind of
the S e y b o 1 d Building, Room work. Sometimes the big deals REALTYBROKER NO QUALIFYING

930, downtown on Flagler St. involve less difficulty than 2010 NW 81 STREET

A good compromise betweenthe small ones; have Just had the 3 bedroom, 2 bath, only $85 mo. $800 down.
easy way and the hard way not-uncommon experience of
Is to take the course offeredby selling a $275,000 apartment 1050 NW 91 STREET

the Lindsey Hopkins Voca- 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, utility room, only
tional School and by some of ALLAPATTAH REALTY OPEN 7 DAYS $111 month for this bargain.

the high schools for about a$2
fee. These courses take longer 3516 NW 10th Avenue 1811 NW 93rd TERRACE

than the private schools and Vacant. No qualifying., SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS 2 bedroom, stove-refrigerator, well and pump,
Move in. Large 2 bedroom Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, rear porch ,terrazzo -
don't the attention fenced. Low down
you get personal payment.
CBS floors, sprinkler with and well 'I
that is so helpful but large porch. Small system pump ,
they are good.So down payment. jalousie windows, gas heat, appliances. FHA 195 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE ,..
much for getting licensed. * price $14,500, $450 down and $97.01 month. Gorgeous corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage,
double FHA. $1,000 down, $600 dp vets.
How about Income after you $1300 DOWN FHA carport,
get your license and start to 2230 NW 38th Street WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION Sprinklers, well and pump.

work? If you cannot afford to Big beautiful duplex. 2 Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in new area. Large OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE

carry yourself for a period of bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, Fla room, carpet, awnings, jalousie windows, air HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe
perhaps some months until huge corner let. conditioners, wall to wall carpeting, sprinkler
commissions start to come in, * system. FHA bargain at $16,000, $600 down and specialize in homes for persons being displaced
then you must figure on work- 3536 NW 10th Avenue $106.34 month. in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing
ing only part-time. Continueto Small down, no qualifying. Projects Veterans call to see if you qualify.
Large CBS duplex. You're only a phone call away.
work at some other Job fora *,* NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE
while. Fortunately, real estate Corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS at 1792 NW 49th
work lends Itself well to ALLAPATTAHREALTY St. Drapes, wall to wall carpeting, appliances.
evenings and week-ends and 633-0426: $4,000 cash down and take over FHA morgate of
other spare time. less than $10,000 payable $88.40 month pays all. ASK FOR MR. FORD

((1)) 736 NW 48th St. 3 bedroom CBS, din-

WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION ing room, $350 down, $90 month. Open house
GROCERY STORE & PACKAGE STORE Beautiful home on large fenced, landscaped lot. Sunday, 15 p.m.

601 NW 2nd AVENUE Open front porch, garage, awnings, jalousie win
dows, curtains, drapes, etc. This lovely 2 bed- ((2)) 2111 NW 152nd Terr. 3 bedroom CBS,
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS IN OPERATION FOR SALE room CBS is a well worth the FHA price of $13,* Fla room, carporte, fence. $350 down, $97
COMPLETE WITH INVENTORYFor 000 with $400 down and $87 month. month.

All Information Call Mr. Howard
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS ((3)) Duplex. 1133 NW 51st St. CBS, $300

UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE, INC. 151.8642 Outstanding 4 bedroom, 2 bath home 'with evem down.

thing. Screened in 33x16 swimming pool, 44x12
covered patio, beautifully landscaped, fenced In- ((4)) 1455 NW 37th St. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, I

grounds, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, central frame, $600 down. No qualifying.
CARLTON REALTY heat, awnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc.

3074 NW 19 STREET BROKER FHA price $23,500, $1,700 down and $150.52 mo. ((5)) 2377 NW 77th Terr 2 bedrooms, $400

down. No qualifying.
693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 754-6733 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Modern duplex at 6345 N. Miami Ave. Floridaroom ((6)) 559-561 NW58th St. 3 units. $500 down.

FHA-CBS, Cozy corner, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, tilt firs, tile roof, gas heat, air conditioners, furniture Ford
Broker '
Inc.
room to build, zoned for duplex, $9,000, $500 appliances, FHA price $16,500, $600 down, Realty ,
$113.93 Rent side and life in the other
down $63.97 mo. mo. one
free. 3639 NW 15th Ave 635-4595
FHAConvenient location. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, gar., rent

vynl on concrete firs, $12,500. $600 dn, $89.64 no.
WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES ((1)) 1852 NW 51st Terr. 2 beautiful homes.
FHA CBS, Beauty and luxury area. 3 bdrms, 2
down YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR 1 lot. FHA terms. $22,500. See Art.
baths, Fla rm, gar., tile rf, $21,000, $1,775 ,
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
$146.67 month. DISPLACED AND' IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.REALTY ((2)) 3238 NW 52nd St. Beautiful 2 bedroom

FHA CBS Large spacious, 5 bdrms, 2 baths, CBS. ,Garage. Awnings, carpets. FHA $350 -

den, $1,200 down, $146.67 mo. down. $101 pays. all. See Dottie.

FHA CBS, 2 houses on one lot. Tile rfi, terr '
Mrs, 3 bdrms, 1 bath front, 1 bdrm, 1 bath rear. ((3)) Near NW 13th Ave & 97th St. 3 bed-

Live in one', rent the other.$21,500$1,300 down, room, 2 bath, central heat. Dining room, car-

147.50 month. port, oven and range. Just gorgeous. See

FHA CBS, Grandiose waterfront. Tile rf, 3 bdrm, BROKER Gene Kemp.

2bathFlarmgar.$23,000$1,600down$158.53 4932 NW 7th Ave.
mo. ((4)) Near NW 13th Ave. and 87th St. 3 bedroom .

RETIREE PROFESSIONAL OR BUSINESSMAN PL 9-4371 2 bath, Fla room and garage. Good fin- -t' ....
Waterfront luxury home. Double lot, tile rf, CBS. ancing. Ask for Gene Kemp.
Hardwood & terr firs, 4 bdrms,3 bath,,2 car gar. CAROL CITY SHOPPING CENTER _

$32,500, $4,000 down. Make your terms!II Ford Realty Inc. Broker

Excellent Location. Large 2 bdrm house on 3 SUITE 208 624-3666 ,

lots. Zoned duplexes or church. $12,500 cash.
Open Evenings Sundays
$12,500 cosh. 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595





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30 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. January 31. 1969

Beauty HELP operator WANTED wanted. 691- MISCELLANEOUSSammy and Willow MovingCo. Scout WeekLaunches

I It !: ADS 9392 or 751-7449. (Feb.28)) Small. 696-4531.or large Jobs done anytime Boy


20 WORDS OR LESS $ FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Experienced beautician. 691-
9543. Ben B row n's Barber Shop
ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Power 76
I DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED 'New location, 8628 NW 22nd

HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU Ave. Processig and styling. Boy Scout Week 1969 will

Applications are now being accepted launch Boypower '76, the new
bed-
86thTerrace- OPEN FROM 1 5
2 *5 2263 NW let do it
OPEN SUNDAY p.m.ieONW69thSTREET with immediate Too busy to Iron? me
room, 2 bath, price $15,500, 2920 NW 157th St. CBS house, some for in home. Reasonable program of emphasis of the
You will not finda 3 bedroom 2 baths opening for EXPERIENCED you my BoyScouts of America, according -
big $1,500 down. awnings,
this lovely Mar-
You must see between 8-4. Mrs.
and File Clerks and
Steno ,Day to
George Tworoger
Aetna fenced all around ,
better buy anywhere. $15,500.
CBS bom,. 2 bedrooms, plus shall 1351 NW 52nd St.
Waitresses ,
Night Waiter Scout Week chairman of the
Lovely oak Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th I Small down payment. FR 1-
sleeping porch.2 with St., Phone: 757-5724, open 7 1 1905 or 531-3184. Porters, Ware-washers, V Sout Florida Council, Boy
floors, plus car garage Housemen, Night Cleaners, Draperies taken down, cleaned Scouts of America.
days.
apartment. With rental you pay FHA LOW DOWN Night Coffee Shop Hostess. ,. decorator folded and re-

only $96 month. $1300 down. 1366 Street BRAND New sub division. over halt NOW IS THE TIME to apply in hung Lustra-tone Drapery "Activities across
FHA. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, NW 96th 18 homes at Personnel Office 10 Broward, Dade and Monroe
2 bath sold already. remaining our Service, 887-8022. (Bidet)
NEW! 3 bedroom, ,cen-
anytime _1592425."FHA" tral air and heat, immediate 3 bedrooms, 1 ,bath a.m. to 4 p.m., 4441 Collins Counties will call attention

Total price $25- to 4 bedrooms, 2 baths.Prices Avenue, Miami Beach. to Scouting's expanded effortsto
occupancy. reach an increased numberof
start at VA financing
$17,600,
700 payment$141.15.Don't
monthly
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX in neighborhood
boys every
fantastic homein with no down payment, or low
this
Excellent location, young, miss FHA payment. Open 1 to sun- Male 180 lbs or more. 18 in South Florida," says
large 2 bedroom each side, this great neighborhood. years of age or older to ride Tworoger.Boy .
set everyday. Located at 90th
Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW after school.
home plus income.Price$19- with salesman
54th St., ph: 757-5724, open Ave. and SWU8thSt.JenningsConstruction Enitnl Scout Week, Feb. 7 -
400. $900 down plus all closing Must have telephone. Phone
7 Co. (Feb. 14) 14, 1969, marks the 59th an-
costs. Drive by 3101 NW 9th days. Sam at 448-8054, between 8p.m.

...' Avenue then call us Fenster and 9 p.m i Jr niversary of the beginning of
759-8779. 159 NW 47th Street 2 bed- 3 houses. CBS,tile roof,hard- 1 the Boy Scouts of America.
Broker
Realty, room CBS, enclosed front wood floor, corner. 4 bed- Today more than five million

porch, large rooms, .FHA rooms, 2 bath, 3 bedrooms, 2 BARBER WANTED. Experi- young men are members of the
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath $13,00 $400 down (Vets and baths, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath ence not necessary. Dave's HAS free world's largest youth

screened porch, fenced yard, 221 People $100), No closing Central air conditioning and Artistic Barber Shop, 1090 movement.

sprinklers, close to bus.shop costs. Don't miss this Jewel heat. You must qualify. VA or NW 62nd St. (Jan.31) IMMEDIATEOPENINGS

ping, FHA $300 down, $86.75 great location. Aetna Realty FHA. Call Michael 624-8839. Religious services on Scout
month Veteran or displaced Sabbath, Friday-Saturday,
3140 NW 157th Terrace.
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph. WANTED FOR
,
9 will Scouts and
perso $100 down. Atlanticand Feb. give
Pacific Realtors, 666- 757-5724, open 7 days. (Jan. 31) 1 bedroom apartment, unfur- JANITORSPART their leaders a chance to pause

0411. FOR RENT nished in nice quiet neighbor- together honoring their twelfth

hood. Phone 696-6303. After TIME NIGHTS Scout Law, "A Scout Is Rever-

INVESTMENT Chow Chow AKC puppies$100. 2 room unfurnisbedeffeciency 5 p.m. (Feb 21) Good Pay ent. Hundreds of religious
Wormed and shots.Good watchdogs
OPPORTUNITY apartment. Elderly lady desired Fringe Benefits services, in every denomination -
1870 NW 83rd St. 693-
.
17 UNITS (ALL FURNISHED) 634-8021. = = Apply In Person: will honor Scouts and
0013.
This is a chance to give your- g5 309 NW 2nd AVENUEMF their efforts towards better

self a good income opportunity. DRIVE BY Room in private home. set- ,* /mouth'*. 3 to 6 citizenship.
Take advantage of this excellent tled man. Workdays. 634-9654 p.m. p.m.indef
801 NW 49th Street. Call me.
Hundreds of troops will con-
Investment of these 17 FREE IX mlflut* (!waU t.i iuQjhei ( )
3 bedrooms, FHA $13,600, oifcrt ability tm **K* units. One mortgage. Call us Office Plenty of parking.Right '
$450 down,A.Ben-Kori,Real- and fields around the South
for all details Fenster Realty, tor, anytime, 759-2425. behind Shell's City. $80 Huff!***. 250HELP > Florida Council. These dem-
Broker 759-8779. month. 759-2425.
I
HELP WANTED onstrations will show Scout-
19th Avenue -- 93rd Terrace ing in action and what boys do
for in
FHA Room woman private
bedrooms, 11/2 baths
as they enjoy theScoutingpro-
2 HOUSES ON 1 LOT screened porch, FHA terms, home. Call 274-0150. HOSTESSESWAITRESSES

Terrific deal! 2 bedroom $250 down. To see call Mrs. WANTED gram.m&m

house plus gar age.Rancb- Bainbridge, Realtor, Phil : : :: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
FOR RENT MaleDANISH if 1
style Other home a one bed- Perry, Inc. 642-0461. Full or Part time : !

room, all CBS. Price$21,550. 1 bedroom CBS apartment$19Nice PASTRY |1 GENEVA HUMES i;:

Downpayment plus closing LIKE NEW CBS 1 apartment$19 MAN PART TIME :Si:: $::

cost. Don't miss it.Originally 3020 NW 58th Street DEPOSIT; REQUIRED be experienced. Year WAITERSWaitresses :;:Please contact Harry tiHarfenist. ::

priced at $25,000. Drive by Real be aut y r 2 bedrooms, WEST REALTY Must round work, liberal fringe and part time :;; Call Palm :;:
6500 NE 1st Place. Shown by 2020 NW 62nd Street. (Open 9 fr &
large living chance for
room dining benefits. Good
waiters mutt be experienced ;
appointment only. Fenster to 1 p.m.). ::BeachcollectTEmple :s j
room advancement. Parking
utility room. Only$400 space Hostesses need be
not ex* :
::
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. down. Vets with 221 $100. Large 1 bedroom apartment. available. Starting salary perleneed'-eorn $75 wkly. ::::::3: .5761. |::::

Owner 693-2631. $115 per week. Year round work. Liberal il jj j
Gorgeous CBS duplex, 2 bed- Florida room,nicely furnished. 1 HAVE A GOOD JOBp

rooms, 1 bath each side, cor- Duplex. FHA $900 down. $136 Walk. in Adults closets.$85 Air month.conditioned (JUNIORSRESTAURANTS fringe space available.benefits, parking 1|;; FOR YOU ;|;

ner lot, fenced yard, patio, month. 2 bedrooms each,side. 757-0086. ) ;

barbecue pit, sprinkler, wall Modern built in kitchen with 5&S\ : }&&::::>.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

to wall carpet, built-in oven- plenty of formica cabinets, JUNIORS
1 furnished
room. $12 week.
range. 1 apartment furnished, tile roof, terrazzo floors, HELP WANTED
Singe man. See Mr. Kuejter 79th and
696-8868. ,
must seel! FHA $900 down
windows. 95th
awning St. area
Bis. Blvd. between 9 a.m.8 MECHANICDiesel
$138 month, Atlantic and Pa- Near schools, shopping and RESTAURANTSApply
cific Realtors 666-0411. $20 week. Furnished rooms. 2 p.m. or gas. Experienced on
bus. TUBIN Realtors 7906 NW
3620 NW 1st Avenue.Off street trucks helpful I, for modern shop.
nice 3 bedroom 1 bath 7th Ave. 6914785. at following
Very parking. All utilities free See ATTENTION Own tools required. 5 to 5%
CBS. Beautiful marble floor 2 Mr. Alexander. HOUSEWIVES locations: days, good pay with overtime
will be painted inside and out- bedroom CBS. FHA $300 Miami 6 paid holidays, group Insu-

side, FHA $250 down, $83 down. $63 month. Selle pays $200 monthly. Meat market COLLEGE STUDENTSEarn 7906 Bis. Blvd. rance and profit sharing plan.

month, seller pays closing all closing costs. Corner lot. and grocery store. 1460 NW Miami Beach

cost. Veteran or displaced 75th St. area. TUBIN Real- 79th St. All coolers and meat 30th and Collins Ave. APPLY IN PERSON

person, $100 down. Drive by tors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- cases shelves and etc. Readyto Extra MoneyIn Sunny Isles Shopping Plaza LEONARD BROTHERS

1784 NW 63rd St. Phone 666- 4785. go. Call agent, Dixie Rental Your Spare Time 183rd and Collins Ave. TRUCKING CO., INC.

0411, to see inside. Atlanticand Agency, Inc. 633-2429.
Coral Gables
2595 NW 20th STREETan
Pacific Realtors.
INCOME PROPERTY No Experience 1150 S. Dixie Highway
PROFESSIONAL Room in private home. 2491 NecessaryWe (acrtts from UM campus) ( equal opportunity employer)

7950 NW 16th Avenue CBS, 2 BUSINESSMAN ONLY NW 69th St. 634-2264. Will Train You (Jan.31))

bedroom, tile roof, newly Finish this store for your office -

painted inside and out FHA have 2 stores for rentals
WAITERS OR
CHILD CARE FEMALE LAUNDRY HELP
costs
$12,000 No closing -
plus duplex and house this
$350 down, (vets or 221 people will pay for the property zon- WAITRESSESNeeded Earn extra money. Night work. 59. Also day
$100)) $95 monthly pays Best of child care in the home. work.
ed C-5. Located in the heart of now for counter or
everything. Hurry! Hurryl! NW section, 1074-1076 A&B. Pick up and deliver. 693-1640 floor work. Over 21. Full or Flat work, feeders, folders. Good wages.

"' r ,, Hurryl! Aetna RealtyBroker' ), 1080 and 1082 NW 54th St. Childcare in my home. 691- part time, day or night shift Excellent ,company benefits. Paid vacation.or .
811 NW 54th St. Phone 15'75'724
: Parking area. Owner R. Carl 7870. COMPANY BENEFITS over. APpTy between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m. No
open 7 days.
Bachman 624-0540. TIPS phone calls please. National Linen Service ,

1930 NW 89th Ter. CBS 2 (Feb. 4)) Chlldcare ages from 6 monthsto WAGES 1950 NW 1st Avenue. Ask for Mr. Findley.

bedroom, fenced yard, stove, RICHMOND HEIGHTS 5 years. Free pick up and APPLY:

refrigerator, FHA $12,500, 3 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, tile delivery. For further information 9.11 a.m. 2-5 p.m.
7582472.Childcare .
$400 down (Vets and 221 people floors, built inovenandrange.

$100), this one won't last, $800 down. $87 pays all At Following Locations! HELP WANTED

bring your deposit today.Aet- 3 bedrooms, 1 bath $800 down In my home. Your LUMSIN
child will be given the best of IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENTMALE
na Realty (Broker), 811 NW
$75 month; 3 bedrooms, !bath MIAMI
54th St., Phone'15'1-5724,open $500 down, $75 month; Closein care. I do not pick up children 8801 South Dixie Hwy.
7 days. If interested Call 759-8335. 8435 S. W. 24th Street :
NW 2 bedroom
$250 down. 90 S. W. 27th Avenue Porters, full or part time. $1.60 an hour.
Bunell Realtor 6612545 5523 2900 NW 79th Street Food service workers. $1.60 an hour
100 NW'68th St. Gorgeous 3 Nursery art kindergarten in
SW 8th Street. 11045 NW 7th AvenueIN workers II. $1.74 hour
(. ; bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room, private home. Call for further Laundry an
MIAMI BEACH Hospital I $1.74 hour.
Corpsmen. on
modern kitchen, garage, asking $500 down $127 month. 4 Information: 7 '-2791 after 1524 North Bay Cswy.

j $16,500, $2,500 down,good bedrooms 2 baths,refrigerator 5:80. All day Saturday and 18660 Collins AvenueIN FEMALE:
,
j monthly terms. Aetna Realty Sunday. (Jan. 31)) Nurses aides. $1.74 an hour

'(0 s. r (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. stove, awnings total$15- NORTH MIAMI Laundry workers (experienced only)"$1.60 an. hour
500. 550 N. E. 125th StreetIN
:., .t 757-5724, open 7 days. GEM REALTY Minus Infant's Paradise. 2377 MIAMI SPRINGS ( 10% extra for working night shift)

NW 95th Terrace. Operatedby APPLY.EMPLOYMENT .
\: 945-2722 4441 N W 36th StreetIN
If 3 BEDROOMS Realtor licensed nurse. Ages to

Total price$13,500,$450 down 3 years. For information,call CORAL GABLES OFFICE
'
j 440 South Dixie Hwy.IN .
JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
696-7516
: FHA, for a largefamily.Don't or 693-0242. Free
V miss this. A. Ben-Kori,Realtor 1959 Ranch Wagon. Good.traJLportaUou.$120. pickup and delivery. North of COCONUT GROVE $1100 NW 10th AVENUEr

.. 'I f. anytime,.759-2425. 917121 79m Street.... .._H. . . 2977 McFarland Road

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 31, 1969 31 '

Of Good Vision SubjectFor Model City Resident "Tells It Like It 'Is"

"Medicare has been mighty at any t i m e. If you have

And nice to me", Mrs. Clara Wat- medical Insurance, don't dropIt.
Poster Contest
Essay son of 2154 NW 76th Street, If you haven't got it,go sign
Miami, Florida told Social up for it now."

"The Importance of GOOL The essay contest is open appears in the Miami News; Security representatives who The current general enroll-
Vision" is the subject of an to senior high school students Susan Neuman, editor of The Interviewed her recently"Til .. ., ment period runs from Jan.
essay and poster contest, only. Entries should be submitted Miamian, published by the Mi- Just tell it like it,is. I believeI ; .. "...: ,'.',: 1, 1969 through March 31,
,
sponsored by the Dade County to English teachers, ami-Dade County Chamber of would have been dead if it ;: 'i 1969. For some people this is
Optometric Association, and and should consist of 475-500 Commerce. hadn't been for medicare." .twJ\\'" the last chance they will haveto

approved by the School words, typed, double-spaced. Junior high school and ele- Mrs. Watson a victim of J sign up for the medical in-
Countywide r Contest Committee Teachers will select those mentary school students may Sugar Diabetes, has spent a ; suranc e part of medicare.
headed by Mr. Edward essays to be considered by the enter the poster contest, with great deal of her time in the Iti 7 Practically anyone who is 65
parnell. contest committee.entries prizes in each group. Posters past twelve months either in or older can sign up for the
"The Importance of Good should be in by Feb. 14. The should be executed on self- a hospital or making regular medical insurance part of
Vision is the theme for both the prize in this competition is a sustaining paper, 11 x 14 inches visits to her doctor.Naturally, medicare whether he has ever
essay and poster contest, to $100 U. S. Savings Bond. In any non-smear, non- that much medical care can be worked under Social Securityor
be held in the Dade County The judges in the essay con- smudge medium,(water color, quite expensive. have medicare." I not, and whether or not he
Schools, to highlight "Save test are: Fred Shaw, Miami oil, tempera, ink, etc.), in "Fve always been Just a Although Mrs. Watson has retired, ( There are
Your Vision Week," annually Herald book critic andcolum- color or blackandwhite.Prize day-worker", said Mrs. Wat- carries her own private hospitalizatlon special requirements for
designated by Presidential nist, and instructor Miami- for 'Junior high schoolsis son, "and lwouldn'thavebeenlable i Insurance it does some people who are not
proclamation for the first Dade Jr. College; John Kes- a $50 ,U.S.Savings Bond, ; to pay for It if I didn't not pay anything toward doctor citizens of the U.S.).
week in MArch.Gamma'Zeta. ler, whose syndicated column and a $25 Bond for the elemen- bills, like the!medical Insurance If you are 65 or) older, and
part of her medicare do not have medical Insuranceyou
tary schools winner. Posters
does. She offers to following should
contact
your near-
should be submitted to art
THE INTERRACIAL advice to her friendS-and to est Social Security office immediately -
teachers
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA by Feb. 14th.
anyone else 65 or older who There is a new t'
in
I Judges the poster con- MARRIAGEOF thinks he doesen't need medi- Social Security office in the
test
are: Dr. August L. cal Insurance because he Is rear of Grandway Store at 5225
NEGRO HERITAGE SERIESr eundllch director Lowe
THE YEARn!
Art Gallery John T.Aspinall never sick, or who feels that NW 12th Ave., Miami,Florida
; ,
Omega chaptein of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority supervisor, fine arts, Dade his Social Security check is so 33127. The office is open Mon
small that he "can't afford"to
cooperation with the Mia Hi Times, Is proud to present t o J JI )I County School System;Grover Love day through Friday 8:30 a.m.
ConquersA
the Miami public, its Seconc I Annual Negro Heritage Series,, Cole, director, Miami Artin have any money deducted to 4:30 p.m. and until 7:30
We were pleased to receivethe a contribution for our series l Center. HOSTILE WORLD from It for premiums: "You p.m. on Thrusday evenings for

form of a poem from Mrs.C. ..Eunice Liberty's class at Lillie i I Marilyn Peace, wife of Dr. Dean Rusk's Daughter never know when you're goingto those who cannot come in during -
need it. You might get sick the day.
Evans Elementary School. Frank Peace, is contest coordinator -
Mrs. Liberty also asked us. to invite parents and friends;: appointed by Dr Leo- Accepts ChallengeREAD __iRat _ant>owt t76tir tsmt I6iaci0atidafC at-->61t
to visit Llllie C. Evans to sei 9 the display concerning George i I nard Cherdack, president of
Washington Carver in the school's library. The principal the Dade County Optometric JOHNSONof

of Lillie C. Evans, .Age noria Paschal,is always delight- Association. THISHEART.WARMIHG
ed to have parents visit the s chool. Essays and posters may be STORYIN MIAMI
We invite you to clip this pc>em and share it with others who I delivered to the office of Dade
may have missed this particu Jar issue. County Optometric Association FEBRUARY I PHOTOGRAPHERis

1238 Washington Ave.,
ONE OF DR. GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER'S Miami Beach or phone the not connected with any other studio
FAVORITE POEMS DCOA office (538-0117) to arrange SEPIA
for pickup, Feb. 14 and and is still operating at:

Figure it out for yourself, my lad, 17th.Prizes On Salt at Newstands 1186 NW 38th STREET
You've all that the greatest of men have had will beawardedduring NOW 635-4148
Two arms, two hands, two legs; two eyes "Save Your Vision Week," _
.silat___ IR i1rC- ri9lR r-MMMMM-->
And a brain to use if you would be wise. exact time and place to be announced -
With this equipment they all began .
'
So start for the top and say, "I can.' Teachers and guidance
Counsellors who wish further I

Look them over, the wise and the great, 'information, please call 538- Keep In Tune with '

They take their food from a common plate, 0117, or 8642947.
And similar knives and forks they use, '
With similar laces they tie their shoes, 14k1r11 r.fl,yi ta '< the Times
The world considers them brave and smart r. +yx+1?+

But you've all they had when they made their star %AuNn *
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i' 'sf 1y'pr

You can triumph and come to skill, F r r.-.. *
You can be great if you only will. DOUBLE ACTION *** If

You're well equipped for what fight you choose /COLORS GUY HAIRElAa * You have arms and legs and a brain to use, 2 MESSES HAIR IN PLACESOUTHERN !

And the man who had risen great deeds to do ri / r .n Q s!r %' tr ear /IWs&fci f; : .*. : i

Began his life with no more than you. 'ii// wyHrB / A

't>, li!}' ,F,,-i;ftjsitfr 4 *; /, wi / 'jiffi
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You are the handicap you must face, ;r'r' .. Irw v !' : ;
BELL rte [ 1.1 /1t MW*y' f*: 'Vv'/
You are the one who must choose your place > a
You must say where you want to go, NEEDS x t I.c'.
How much you will study the truth to know: "ELEPHONEOPERATORS t
God has equipped you for life,'but He \ \ ;li1'r mm' Vr., /
Lets you decide what you want to be. lk
APPLY ill M TrtafeJ/ ,

Courage must come from the soul within Monday-Friday : Lh. ; r 7r m k 0? /: I II
345 N. E. 2nd Avtnu. t R .
The man must furnish the will to win 8325 N..E. 2nd venue I '"7JP/ !
So figure it out for yourself, my lad, 9101 S. W. 24th Street R ? Tnt i'ABl
You were born with all that the great have had, Downtown Location Open
With your equipment they all began Equal 54 Day Opportunity Saturday EmployerIsn't A. M.
Get hold of yourself and say: "I can."

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