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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 7, 1969
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Rent Strike Prompts

Housing CodeReExamination


Because of a rent strike executive director of the Ur- is to serve eviction noticesthe on
started by a handful of ghetto ban League, had warned them tenants. : HOUSING COURT PiRiD
dwellers, Metro housing Inspectors was Illegal. The League,how- Under the rules for urban
are finding out Just ever, stood strongly behind the renewal, owners properties ,
how bad things really are In tenants. which hae been set aside for
the Central Negro District. Mrs. Daisy Clayton told the demolition aregrantedex- FOR MODEL CITY l lA
e m t ions from making re-
Complaints of rats, a near- reporters who were shown the p
pairs. citizen's task force com- residents of the restof Dade -owned.
by overflowing septic tank, flats that she couldn't eat for
mittee of the Model City area County can rent housing for
broken Fair said that more impor- Home ownership is low.
screens, windows the scent of the nearby over- tant than the rent strike has proposed a Housing Court; only 19 per cent of their in- Residents who would prefer to
bad plumbing were the flowing septic tank. Newsmanwere where tenants of the
illegal under Florida lawisa a place come. own their homes can't find
reason for the Illegal rent also shown that not one air their
area can grievances Increasing racial an-
homes at reasonable
change in "the system that a prices.
strike started at 525 NW 5th
oven door in the whole build and have them corrected.The .
Avenue. brought this about." tagonism comes from tho fact "Lending institutions have
ing worked. "We're calling for a mas- that most of the rental units been reluctant to make loansto
There are 14 apartments In Mrs. Ollie Cummings com* sive enforcement of the (min- committee, led by Mary are white-owned, and residents people buying homes within
the building, and Sammie plained that the sewage was so imum housing) code,"he said. Fluker as chairman and Na- feel that whites play avery the Model City area", it said.In .
Long, his wife and four child- bad In her apartment that it Ronald Kipp administrativeofficer thaniel Cooper, assistant important role in perpetuating addition, can't find homes at
ren and 10 other family heads backs up into her bathtub. She In the NeighborhoodRehabilitation chairman, said that the area-- the area's housing reasonable to the low-income
refused to pay the rent of said that she had lived in the office of., with more people per acre and problems. Fewer than 5 per home buyer" and "racial die-
$17.50 to$20 a week when owner apartment for four months and Metro's Department of Hous- fewer public services than any cent of the rental units in the
Morris D. Cotzin made his had complained weekly when ing and Urban Developmentsaid other part of Dade County-- Model City a r e a are black- continued on page 2

rounds. the landlord made his rent col- that his office is now re- should have a housing court Y "
Mrs. Mary: Evans, who lections and he promised to examining that policy and will with night and weekend ses- R 11 p47
sometimes helps collect make Improvements.Fair meet with the urban renewal sions.
rents, helped organized the said that the only logi- branch of the department Fri- Besides
settling disputes
strike, which T. Willard Fair, cal next step for the landlord day. '
', the court should have the ilk
authority to reduce rent "in .
accordance with the serious- p4 Y :
Ghetto Apartment ShouldBe ness of the violation," there- : Rr
port said. In addition,the area +
needs neighborhood arbitra-
tion committees. housing r
Shut DownTenants clinics to educate both land-
lords and tenants to their re- y 4L
claim that the the claims made by tenants witz, ordered the pair to move sponsibilities. ; k
apartment building at 422 NW were warranted. out so the building could be Nearly a quarter of the
Eighth Street Is so badly kept Besides being overrun with closed. housing' in the ,Model Cities
and overrun with rats and cockroaches cockroaches and rats, the Judge Herin told the com area is deteriorating'ordilapidated.
should be ordered apartments lack: hot water and plainants that If the apartmentis In the rest of Dade

shut down. had faulty plumbing. closed by the owner, then County, only 8 per cent is la ;
The bid was placed In a circuit Tenants Cyrus Cox and Lo- the tenants' suit will be moot. these categories. Thebuilding
.court Tuesday.-The pre- retta Johnson made the complaints If the apartment remains open, 'and zoning codes are Inadequate -\fr-
,siding Judge William A. Herin to the circuit court and I however, Herin will then ruleon and those that do
withheld ruling until Metro's said that they both were mov- a defense motion to dismiss exist are inadequatelyenforced -
Department of Housing and ing out this week. Bonded Ren- !fIe case offered by AbeSchon- .the report submittedby
Urban Development inspected ,taJ Agency,which manages the> feld, attorney for Bonded."This' the'committee said.,
the building to determine if property, for Florence Mirko- case Is not dismissed -
but it's right On the edgeof Residents pay too much of
being dismissed," Herin their Income for a limited fXai; t
told Leonard Helfand, an attorney choice of housing. In fact, the
with the Economic Opportunity report said, Model City area
4 Inc.'s legal services residents pay 27.6 per cent of
r.'t department.More their income on rent while

Jester Hairston' To Conduct :

Students ContinueTo ':1

Clinic At UM

j :. Boycott Central Jester Hairston, Internationally as Andre Kostelanetz, Donald c.

than half th'students Monday, less than half of the known choral conduc- Voorhees, Alfred Wallensteln,
at Miami Central High School students showed up for class. tor, arranger and lecturer, Fred Waring and the late Al
continued their boycott Wed- The boycott by the white stu- will conduct a Choral Clinicat Jolson.
nesday of the school followinglast dents was continued through the University of Miami Hairston went to Hollywoodin
Thursday's violent dem- Wednesday.A Saturday, February 15. 1936 when the Hall Johnson
onstration.The parents committee rep- Nineteen high school choirs Choir sang the choral music
disturbance started resenting some Central High with 1,300 singers fromDade, for "Green Pastures." Since
during the lunch hour, only students, composed of par- Broward, Palm Beach,St.Lu- that time he has conducted
minutes after black students ents, went before the Dade cie and Martin counties will own professional choir in such
had presented a list of griev- School Board late Wednesdayto participate.High films as "Carmen' Jones,"
ances to school administrators air grievances and making schools represented ."Land of the Pharaohs,"
J calling for black history suggestions aimed at curbingthe are Coral Park(2 choirs), Portraity of Jenny" "Foxesof
courses and qualified teach- racial unrest In the racial- Jackson, Carol City, North- Harrow" and "Friendly
ly-mixed high school. western, Killian,Hialeah, Mc- Persuasion."
ers.Other demands included a Central High has undergonea Arthur, Hollywood Hills, Lin- Besides conducting, he
black cosmetology teacher and tremendous change In its racial coln Park, Dan McCarty, Ri- played many character rolesin
l Hair YYyY Yaa . Yr more black teachers in the composition inrecent viera Beach, John I. Leonard, films and on television--
school. Details on the origin years. Many of the white fami- St. Thomas, Palm Beach Gar "The Alamo," "Summer and
of the disturbance were unclear lies have left the neighborhood. den, Plantation, Forest Hills Smoke," "To Kill a Mockingbird -
at press time, however There are 720 black stu- and Martin County.Dr. ," and "Gunsmoke."
students blamed the situationon dents and 1,204 white pupils. Lee KJelson, chairmanof For sixteen years he play-
a "few people who couldn't The parents.committee went the department music ed the comedy role of LeRoy,
control their tempers." before the School Board de- education of the University of the Kingflsh's brother-in-law ;
Some 24 students were sus- manding a uniform disciplinecode MiamiSchool of Music, said on the Amos 'n Andy radio and
I 123 Years Later. . pended as a result of the fra- for blacks and whites, Hairston will work with the television shows. He did the
cus which led to the termination more communication between' massed choir on his own arrangements choral music for"Lilies of the
One hundred and twenty- What's the secret for livingso
of classes Thursday pupils and teachers and a re- of "Eli jah Rock," Field.. Many of Hairston'sarrangements
three later and Patsy The ionhadbeen
years long? ques afternoon and all day Friday. evaluation of the school's "Go Down in De Lonesome are recordedby
Evans is still with us. asked a million times. Patsy the Walter Schumann Choir.
Though classes resumed teachers. and his famous
Patsy Evans, said "Thank cocked her head and gave outa Valley", In 1961 and 1963 the State
'You Jesus' as she celebrated high pitched. ha-ha. .. "Amen. Department'' sent Hairston to
her 123rd birthday on Tues- The mother of 161ale it allto The choirs will also sing Europe where he taught
day, February 4. Jesus. Too, she 'said she "Pigeon Drop" Con Game individually and receive con- American folk songs to sing-
Born in Dorsey Crossing, never took a drink or told lies. structive criticism. ing groups in Germany, Fin- I
Ga., near Augusta, Mrs.Evans She did, however, pull on a few Gets $4,000 Hairston graduated from land, Yugoslavia, Austria,
says that she was a teenager cigars and dip a little snuff. Tufts University, Boston, Norway, Denmark and Sweden.
during Abe Lincoln's reign. She sat quietly. A South Dade woman lost She turned the money over where he majored in music. He recently completed his
Her father was a whipping boy According to Patsy Evans, $4,000 to two women on Mir- to a N e g r o woman and her He also studied Music Theoryat 1 third European tour.
during the Civil War.He made she was put here on this earth acle Mile. They talked her into pregnant companion thinkingshe the Juilliard Institute of As a lecturer and choral
the slaves work when they 123 years ago."She says it }is giving them the money in would get a share of what Music, New York. For 13 I clinician, he is inconstantdemand -
didn't want to work. The Man who is keeping her good faith. one lady said was $21,000 In years be was assistant conductor throughout the countryby
With six generations underfoot here for so long; that when He Sgt. Lew Mertz,of the Coral an envelope in exchange. for the famous Hall both colleges and high
--about 75 grandchildren, is ready, she is ready. Gables police, said it was the Johnson Negro Choir. During schools. He received the honorary -
,a letter signed by all of the Mrs. Evans can't see, she city's first pigeon drop of the She was asked to wait on that time he trained choirs for I degree of Doctor of Mu-
out-of-towners graced the 'can't bear, her mind is slip season. The woman didn't want Miracle Mile for her share, radio and Broadway shows sic from the University of.the
birthday celebration. ping, but she is still with us. her name used, he said. but the two women vanished with such outstanding artists Pacific in March, 1964.

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I NixonUOIi.Souther..Schools. Desegregation II I

WASHINGTONPresident Nixon, "it will absolutely this thing," confided one top- For the moment, the ad- effect on the future of the Republican months certain things can be I
Nixon appears to be sailing credit Nixon down here., And echelon Republican and Nixon ministration's precise intentions Party in the South, done," explained one conser.
into the first severe political Sen. Thurmond, true to his partisan In Mississippi., on school desegregation both immediately and, prob- vative Nixon staffer, "you've
squall of his administrationon past performances,would probably "They're concerned about it. remain somewhat murky. ably, over the long haul. made permanent, friends We
the emotional topic of blast him." They've got a lot at stake." But the Nixon policy cannot N I x 0 n' s southern advis- can kill this Wallace thing in
school desegregation in the Spot checks by telephone On'the otherhand, if Nixon, remain unclear for very long. ers are pleading in private for the next' sIX or seven months
South. ,," ,j', Tuesday indicated that key Republican eases the pressure for full A long list of cases alleging the President to make a few If we do the, ,right things.
Only two:weeks after his ii leaders all around theQSouth and prompt school desegregation discrimination under the 1964 mIll concessions now in
a ugttri\\ionjNJxoi\: fac-J: are anxiously eying Nix he will automatically in- Civil Rights Act are accumulating order to consolidate his south- -
ing fat-re chtrtkand unavoidable on's every move on school de- cure the wrath of Negroes for decision, one way or ern flank and destroy the political
decisions on how he will segregation. across the country and alien the other. threat represented by
enforce federal laws govern- Many of them campaigned ate a large bloc of moderatesand His position almost certainly George Wallace. VIEW THE BODY
ing racial change in the energetically for Nixon last liberals within his own will also have a profound "If within the next six

schools.If fall despite great pressure party FROM YOUR CAR
he maintains the tough from supporters of Alabama's Roy Wilkins, executive director !
policy of the Johnson admin- segregationist third-party of the NAACP and Congresswoman Quits
istration, the president will candidate, George C.Wallace. chairman of the influential Customer conveniencehas
anger his wary Southern fol- If Nixon proves that Wallacewas Leadership Confernce on
lowers, led by Sen. Strom right in contending Civil Rights, accused the administration didn't come here expect reached the ulti.
Thurmond and the of"cod to get everything I want
damage "there's not a dime's worthof Tuesday
Republican Party's prospectsin difference"between Republicans dling" the South on desegre- ( ) she said she told the mate at an Atlanta I

Dixie. and Democrats on desegregation gation. in their closed-
"If this administration disappoints SouthernGOP of- Wilkins was complainingabout meeting.But there are mortuary. may
us," warned one ficials will be embarrassed I last week's controversial nine black persons here laugh you
Southern Republican con- and undercut. decision by Secretary of they should be used more may get

gressman who worked hard for "They're watching Health, Eduction and Welfare ." sick but won't
Robert H. Finch to grant Chisholm offered an
60 days negotiating time to to the motion ap
Court ignore
Housing ProposedFor thisfascinating
five, slow-to-integrage south signment."I all committee assign
ern school districts before which removed her story in
I Model City their loss of federal funds becomes the Agriculture Commit

Irrevocable. it was accepted without February 'SEPIA
Continued from page 1 A number of liberal Repub- .
lican members of Congress, action was taken to give
crimination has been a standard in zoining and business while more guarded in their Chi s b 0 1 m another as. at your newstand
factor." development."numerous reaction, also have warned of but she said she hop
Residents are dissatisfiedwith exceptions to what is generally their concern that Finch stopped gentlemen will place nowl!
public housing. Much of thought of as 'good community short of an outright, no- a committee that has
the newer public housing is development' were allowed by strings-attached cutoff in 1 relevance to my dis-
"of superior design," the report development officials Negro last week's five cases. i I
said, but "the older pro- areas," the report said,"that .--
jects often show the effects of would not have been allowedor

Intensive use. Maintenance is tolerated in other areas." "r , >Aqr'Y ..o ,.. ,
often neglected." Resistanceto Black people own only about hF- ;

white public housing projects in 8 per cent of the commerlcal 1. :
neighborhood has
business in the area, the report
"contributed to segregation in said.

residential patterns." There Is excessive trash in
Some landlords are unfairor all parts of the Model City- >

worse. residential, industrial, com- L.i !!"! ofY
The report quotes a tenant: merical, and vacant. v
"You know that the outside has
Fire loss is high because of
beautiful green paint, but you
high population density, rundown -;
go inside some of these units structural conditions
and Just move the bed and look excessive trash accumulationand
at where the floor
should be
the failure to demolish
and see the ratholes in there. condemned buildings.
The rent collector comes

around and he kicks the door. Fire-fighting is handicap k '"
He doesn't knock on the door- ped because"the area is served .d' .,
he kicks on itl! The attitude of by Dade County, the City of _
the landlord is vicious." Hialeah and the City of Miami,
There is lack of communication which must often coordinate
; tenants lack knowledgeof their fire-fighting efforts to
home maintenance and provide effective service"
budgeting to meet rent payments There are too few alarm
; tenants have no legal boxes, too few fire hydrants.
redress for grievances. Public Improvements are
"Those who report housing lacking throughout the area.
code violations to the Dade So m a residential parts ,of '-"" E.S"; "'"IIL1'S"
County Minimum Housing Mrs. Athalie Range, Alvin White and Trudy Bruce look over the assortment
the area do not have access
Code Division the of free books being offered at First Federal's R""IJo/P-'.
to drinking water, the report F RE E !
said, "fear landlord re said. Most of the area is not
prisals." served by any kind of sanitary
Under "physical environ sewers. Most of the area hasa
ment," the task force listed: sandy clay subsoil "unsuit Your choice of any one of 5 fine books on
The area is over crowded able for septic tanks in high
with people and buildings. density residential areas." NEGRO CULTURE, THE AMERICAS, AND JAPAN

"There are twice as many Less than 10 per cent of the I "
dwelling units per net residential area is served by any type of I
acre in the Model Cityas storm sewer system. About a I.i:' When you open a new account ..,
in the rest of Dade County," third of the residential streets is.y) or add $10 or more to your present account! '
the report said."However are substandard in width,paving ...... ,
residents do not or both; sidewalks "are Recommended by Mrs. Athalie Range, Miami City f, '
.. ,
complain of the number of virtually none xis tentin the Commissioner, these fine books will bring your family ;:r .

people and buildings alone." unincorporated residentialarea. ."""',".-._.._-.-.. the joys of good reading. And your FIRST FEDERAL '. ,
It said, "but of the way In which ." Trees have been plant savings account will earn generous dividends as you save .. \"
the buildings have been crowded ed In public rights of way in for your children's education and other worthwhile purposes. All you 1,. ,
on the land with inadequateopen less than 16 per cent of the db is open your FIRST FEDERAL savings account for ten dollars ';
space, off-street parkingand City of Miami portion of the Or, if you already have an account, simply add ten dollars to it. or more. :., ,:,
residential space." area. In (the unincorporatedarea Then you get any one of these Jive excellent hard books
cover free
In spite of the greater there are even fewer : >
density of population, "thereIs trees, the report said. "The Adventures of the Negro Cowboys" ';'\ ;
only half as much developed Travel is difficult Relatively "Famous American Negroes" ,

park and recreational open few families can "The First Book of Jazz" '. ::, "
space per capita"in the Model afford to own cars, the report "Young People's Story of the Americas" . (, '
City area as in Dade Countyas "Let's Travel in Japan"We

a whole. said.A, bus trip takes about as must limit this offer. It '
expires February 20
1969 ,
The report quoted a resident q'
long as the same trip by car- and only one free book can be given for each account.
"We to make the
: got unless the rider has So t
to trans come in and open your FIRST FEDERAL
parks close by. ,Kids have to fer. If he does, it takes much account today.See how fast your funds will grow savings. \"
cross to many busy streets to longer. "Bus routes are and enjoy the gift of a good bookROOSEVELT a\CA's k 1(;" ,
get to them. / :
oriented in straight lines..A v \/"
Commercial areas are traveler must often make OFFICE P
blighted and obsolete. "Con. numerous transfers to arriveat : 'Ml t' :
sumer opportunities are destinations not in a straightline .
limited by Inconvenient locations from his place of orgin," First Federal Savings : : { ;

and lack of adequate the report said. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI .. :.
pa rking. Some businessesprey The area Is unsafe for travel AMERICA OLDEST .eoe".I..I..RGeST IN THE SOUTH A ; ,
on low-income families' w. WALKER JR. CHAIRMAN '_ ,
by car or on foot.The accident FDER P'
Immobility," the report said. rate for substantially higher 6O15 Northwest 7th Avenue
In addition, some residents than In the rest of Dade County,
believe there Is a double the report said.

I, ,

MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969 3

I I Mystery Still Surrounds IJ-Yeor-O/cTs/ DeathPolice I I:4r

are still investigating tatively listed the cause of enrolled at Phyllis Wlieatley a job in the kitchen at Polite's
the case of 11-year-old death as natural.A Elementary School and held in Restaurant after school.
Sanford Matthews who left for coroner's toxicology report -
school one morning and never proved negative.The body p tdc
returned home:Bis body was was several days in the de- o
found several days later in a composing stage and medical Range Proposes HousingBias
shallow depression by a groupof examiners have not found any 1 d r r; rb
children playing in a weed- signs of wounds or injuriesthat

ed lot. death.might have led to his fights"Ishallbeclosely

When the body was found,
Police are checking allega-
it was fully clothed,except fora tions of a neighbor child who watch-, landlords Mrs. Range will
blue banlon that has yet to be dogging the private landlordsof confer later this week with
reported seeing the boy picked -
accounted for by police. multiple unit apartment Haley Sofge, Administrator of
in automobile
up by a man an
houses during the next three Housing and Urban Devel-
the day he was reported
Many conflicting reports months." This statement was opment here.
about the boy's death have yet missing. made by Commissioner
to be proven. Because of the Sanford, who was affectionately Athalle Range as she outlineda "There are many Negro
called "Fatboy" was families who but do not
recent complaints of the boy plan to fight housing bias. apply
about shortness of breath and considered to be a good boy by qualify for HUD housing,"
chest pains, police have ten parents and neighbors.He was Included is the plan to haul Mrs. Range said. "With Mr.Sofge's .
to court all landlords !
who refuses -
help I hope to
to rent to Negroes. them continue their search by

The M i ami City Com- applying to private landlordsso
No Bond Set mission recently passed a resolution they can get into the main- Roy Wilkins listens to the comments of Heub-
I that officially adopted stream." lein's Clifford Cooke (I) on the "his and hers"

In Curry ,Case I a in policy public non-discrimination and private housing. Mrs. Range appeared quite Smirnoff medallions, he and Miss Carolyn Logan,

_'_h_ The resolution requested the confident she could get the hostess, are wearing at the January 22 preview of
School friends of a Uni- backing of the other commissioners
versity of Miami student policy be adopted by all people in getting an the exhibition of Black American Artists to benefitthe

accused of rape have launcheda in the community.Mrs. housing ordiance NAACP Special! Contribution Fund at the Lee

defense fund to protect him u Range said "If thereis Nordness Galleries, New York. Mr. Wilkins was co-
r If she does succeed
from what they think Is a bum no marked Improvement in any-
one who feels the ordiance has chairman of the benefit opening of the three-week
rap.Jailed the present discrimination been violated will be able to show, which is an unusual exhibition of black
without bond since practices, I will sponsor an
sign an affidavit with the city American art at a commercial gallery. Several hun
6 is open housing with
January Merlin R.Curry,
clerk if a landlord is allegedto
teeth in it." dred in attendance at the show
21, from New York City.Curry have discriminated againsta guests were preview
has no parents and no money. At the time the resolutionwas prospective tenant. ing of the work of the ten artists.PETE'S .
Reports on the case are passed, commissionerswere
naturally different. The girl asked privately to spreadthe The city c 1 e r k will then
claimed Curry threatened her word that an ordlance issue a warrant for the arrestof
with a razor blade, and Curry would follow if white! landlordsdid the landlord charged, and In The GROVE
claimed she gave permission. not show "good will" by city police will arrest him and
permit him to post bond at the 3672 Grand Ave
renting to Negroes".
Accounts of marijuana
... .... city jail.It .
parties have spiced up the if". J t1' L.. bd<< Phone 444-8572
In order to keep track of any
hearings. It was after one of Merlin R. Curry will then be u p to a
the next three
these pot parties that the ... A bum rap? progress months Mrs. Range has drawnup municipal judge to decide if a Formal Wear RentalA

alleged assault took place.A request for bail, saying that a list of all multiple housing violation has occurred. If the Complete Selection of
habeas corpus hearing he had not heard all the evi- units both public and landlord is charged is found
aimed at seeking released on dence.A private.In guilty it will then be up to the MEN'S FORMAL WEAR & ACCESSORIESWillie
bond for Curry failed last Merlin Curry Defense order to Increase the discretion of the judge whetherto
Thursday when Circuit Court Fund has been set up at Na- number of Negroes applyingfor apply the maximum penalty Leonard, Owner (IF)

Judge J. Gwynn Parker denied tional, Industrial. ,Bank. apartments from private included in the law.







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A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service (for
tenants convenienceA

f community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
I ,t c >at free"fumishedand all ccS lditiond ''olyour com'ot' and enjoyment.A .

I Iio-- ...... .... .-d- '- .-. public relations deportment to assist you with your problems.

A Miami trainee will attend the Rev. Leon Sullivan's QIC Management Tenants concern will stop vandall sm and"auc.thtcOst jfhouslng.

School in Philadelphia on combined contributions from the Greater
Miami Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Miami Coalition. In the photo-

graph, Lester Freeman, executive director of the Chamber, and Ray Goode, SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR BY MAIL

executive vice president of the Coalition, present the joint check to Bill

Wynn, chairman of the local OIC Steering Committee. MAIN OFFICE

Chamber / Coalition Support OIC TraineeJoint 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-873?

financing for a Miami in industry. Affairs Action Committee un- 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locko -' MU 8.0617
trainee to attend OIC Manage-' Following the Miami visit der Chairman Charles L.Cle- 20848 South Dixie Hwy, Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553
ment Training School sessionsin of the R3verend Sullivan to explain ;
Philadelphia is being provided the plan, Miami's United ments, Jr., agreed to under- 605'NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357

by the Greater MiamiCham' Black Federation voted to ap- write the expense J jointly with 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381
.er of Commerce and prove in principle an OIC pro- the Greater Miami Coalition.
512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7.2434
the Greater Miami Coalition. gram for Dade County. Mr.
The school has been sat up to Sam M incur of the Federationwas The OIC Training Schoolwas 339 Hammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
train leadership for Oppor- named to attend the Train- set up by the OIC's Na-

tunities Industrialization Centers ing S c boo 1. During the ses- tional Industrial Advisory HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
around the country, patterned sions, he will have an oppor- Council to extend the outstanding -
after the successful tunity to work with the Rev. program to other interested GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager ;

project of the Reverend Leon Sullivan and gain first-hand cities. George Champion, CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
Sullivan of Philadelphia,which! experience In motivation and chairman of the Board of
has received national atten- leadership essential to suc- Chase Manhattan Bank, New
tion for h e I p i n g ghettodwellers cess of the program.The York is National Director of . If I ama. to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. BrooksTHE

prepare for essential Jobs Chamber's Community the OIC Advisory Council.,


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. February 7, 1969

To Be Equal Ic'fJIq I I

Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Irf Whitney M. Younf Jr. By Booker T. Hayes \ .
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Executive Director Ma nalBlack Urban teal'H'. ,
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ,,'f
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.... conditions, customs and way of life that for them ao longer
SUBSCRIPTION, | RATES month a select faculty committee Harvard University offered a challenge. Down through the years the American
ONE YEAR J5.00 SIX MONTHS $3,00 FOREIGN $6.00 j recommended establishment of a degree-granting programin society has had varied experiences so for as forms of protestare

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post American Negro studies.By concerned. We have adjusted to mass and group protestas
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 September then, it is likely that one of the nation's most well as individual protest and the over-all effect on societyhas
prestigious universities will offer to all its students a B. A. understand why this is true
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The been beneficial. To we must
NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead in black studies, and Negro students will be represented on understand the underlying effects that prompt protesters,whether
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords the committee that recruits professors for the courses. they be peaceful, violent, massive or individual.A .
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human This is an event that should prove to have far-reaching influence -
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-.the Negro in American higher education. Other schools have already -
is nothing more than a mandate that change in
strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men protest
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. moved along similar lines, but the trend-setting Impactof some form is desirable.The conditions creating such behavior

Harvard should break down resistance to such a program may differ, but they have produced In the individuals involvedthe

ditor'1atebaah elsewhere. same basic response. One of direct participation in an ef-
Ie Black people make up more than 11 percent of the nation'spopulation fort to make their grievances known anda solution found now.

and there is no reason why colleges should not of- Over the years the causes of protest have been many. They
fer courses and degrees in black history, African history and d phase of development or underdevelopment.
CENTRAL SUSPENDS TWENTY FIVE have cove r e every -
culture, and the literature, sociology, and economics of the Few changes have been made without the benefit of pro-

Last Thursday Central High School suspended 25 studentsfor black man In America. Degrees are granted In Far Eastern test,'because only then Is the scope and range of the situation
being involved in a disturbance that caused the closing of studies, Russian studies, even hotel administration. Why not, made known to those people not directly involved
the school until Monday. then, a degree program dealing with this major aspect of

Two of those suspended were whites, they had been in a fist American life? The one thing I have noticed about most protest Is that they
will lead other col-
I hope that the Harvard announcement
fight with Negroes. seem to create a chain reaction. If one group exercises the
Earl Sanders a senior said the blacks attempted to pull leges to start similar programs and also encourage greater privilege to launch a protest, it seems to awakea the opposingor
off a peaceful demonstration which got out of hand. There wasa efforts to recruit more black students and to make the uni- reactionary groups as to their ability to protest also. We
lot of misunderstanding.There versity more relevant to their need?. It is vital that college
then have protesters protesting the original protesters.
are 1970 students at Central, 38 percent of them are administrators listen more closely to the demands of black one thing that astounds me is the tact that the reactionarygroup

black. Sixteen Negroes are on the faculty of 102. students, and respond positively.That would deny the originals their right to exercise a privi-

Principal Wagner said the removal of pinball machines,froma means a lot of people are going to have to change their lege they themselves take for granted, and will cite the actions -
restaurant with the blacks have ignitedthe
nearby popular may
preconceptions of what a college ought to be. And they'll also of the others as justification.
protest. The machines were removed Wednesday night by
sheriffs deputies. have to react to the meanings inherent black demands, while

Senior Earl Sanders denied this led to the disturbance. How- perhaps ignoring the abrasive and oftentimes rude manner in We often hear it said that we live in a complex society. The

ever, Central opened on Monday. Reports are that half of the which these demands are made.The suspicions and mistrustof real trouble stems from the fact that few people really rea-
student body was absent. some black students have led them,at times, to bury legiti- lize the truth of this statement. There are many people whose

Negro students at Central would like more black history mate demands in language and actions that only get administrators lives we determine as routine. They travel in what is com-

taught. The school administration wants it taught in all schools hopping mad. But that shouldn't be an excuse to deny the parable to a fixed orbit, never straying or deviating one way
justice of what is being asked for. These create the foundation for all oppo-
elementary and secondary and is said to have an extensive or another. people

program in the curriculum mill. However, the report is that A prime demand is for recruitment of more Negro students sition to change. They defy revolution in any form thus becom-

unfortunately, for this moment,preparation takes many months It is shameful that a large state university with 20,000 students ing a group of protesters,bit they are protesting even the normal -

and going young militants haven't stopped to consider one will have only 400 blacks. And it is a galling example of insti- change that history tells us is evident. They react only
when the existence they have accepted Is threatened or 'indan-
important point:
tutional racism when such universities say they can't find
Teachers black or white can't Instruct In history and culture "qualified" blacks, or point with pride to the fact that they gered.They represent the ma-s: protesters because of their
until they themselves have been taught. At Parkway Junior never had so many blacks before. number. The group protest is usually the result of a certain
High, black and 'white social studies teachers gathered to be- i. situation.'Individuals equally disturbed about a particular con

gin two weeks of In-serving training listening to instructors The inferior education given by most ghetto public schools dition are brought together because of their mutual concern

from Florida A&M,Bethune-Cookman, Florida Memorial College and the poverty of most black youngsters are barriers to their and involvement. They seek changes they deem necessary to

the University of Miami and the New York City public getting into college. But means are readily available to iden- correct an Injustice or grievance. The individual protestersare
schools. tify promising young men and women whose marks may be low usually disturbed because of some variations of their per-

Wednesday, Central reports boycott still on. but whose potential Is high. Concentrated remedial courses, sonal ideals. They are unable to accept some accustomed or

scholarship grants, and other means can be employed to increase accepted practices and dedicates themselves to the task of I,

the black college population. bringing about a change.
Another often-misunderstood demand has been for social
Protesters and protest are a part of our society. Whether
Tuesday the City National Bank of Miami Beach sent
and cultural clubs for black students. This really horrifies
by air freight package said tocontaln$222,000 to be delivered they be black or white,young or oldwill have little or no bear-
some people. "That's separatism, they say. But Catholic
Ing when the grievance is no longer bearable. This in itselfis
to the El Casino at
a gambling place Freeport, Grand Ba- students have the Newman: Club, Jewish students have the Hil-
hama. The package arrived, but when opened was found to lel Club, and other ethnic and religious groups gather togethertoo. good because it offers an outlet for the various grievances
contain folded sheets from the January 19 edition of The MI- A nurtured by a large portionofsociety.ltrepresents an escape
healthy pluralismshouldn'tbe mistaken for
ami Herald. separatism. value for emotional disturbances no longer in the think through
What.should be avoided however is an autonomous black uni-
Deputy Police Superintendent Darville at Freeport believe within the white stage. If it were not for this prlvUedge of protesting we might
versity system university system.
someone substituted a similar package for the one stuffed with find ourselves in a much worse condition. So lets not think of
the bills. It is gratifying to see some of the things black students have eliminating the protesters, but concentrate on eliminating

FBI agents are investigating.E. been fighting for become a reality. But along with these suc- causes for protest.
cesses mast come the realization of the responsibility to move
into the mainstream that black students most assume.
We need black experts in black history and urban affairs, PHIL OSSOFERSince

workers from the office staff of the Economic Oppor- but we also desperately need black mathematicians,physicists,

tunity Program Inc. Legal Services division stared an "nut and engineers to assume positions of prestige and power. And

sick" workage on Friday to protest what they called raclaldis- we have to have black graduates in business administrationand I first delved into the planning Black heritage pro-

crimination in their office. economics to exploit the new opportunities opening up In history of our Black citizens, grams, not only for Negro His-

The nine Negroes later met with Robert Sanders, regional the world of corporate power. Black collegians must realize I have been amazed to find an tory Week, but also throughthe
civil rights coordinator for the Federal office of Economic that their training has enable them to take the keys of power endless "gold mine" of Information school year. At the mo-

Opportunity, to discuss their grievances. that will unlock the closed doors black people as a whole face much of which is ment, the programs are in the

In our society. available at our libraries. planning stage, but I will keep
Howard Dixon, legal services director said, I can under- About the only thing that Is my readers Informed as these
stand why they did this. They feel like black' people are being more amazing to me is how our plans progress.

discriminated against. PRESIDENT NIXON AND CRIME historians have been able
to hide Members of this committee
This Isn't the best thing that can happen in a program that this information so
will be Interviewed early
seeks to help the poor. It cuts down our ability to function, President Nixon has announced his policy on crime and long. Their purpose, of on
week Blanche Calloway
David Fischer the office's chief Investigator and spokesmanfor recommendations for fighting it. He favors preventive jailingof course, is understandable.
Once WMBM "Progress Report"so
the black workers said the problem had been festering for hard-core criminals repeaters concept the White House you claim that certain

some time. There's been some hesitation or something in try- says may raise constitutional problems. But at the same time learn people are inferior, unable to tion.listen In for more informa-

ing to resolve these things.We've been waiting since October suggests new steps against ,criminal repeaters. and are practically un-

trying to get some action. The President called for a full-fledged public defender pro human to it would be ridiculous This active social studies
point out their achievements
committee at Drew School

RALPH.McGILL DIES gram to protect the rights of poor people charged with crime to be commended for emphasi(

and promised a swift start on restoring areas of the city de- This Southernorientedtheory sing Black heritage. I hope

Ralph McGill, publisher of the Atlanta Constitution died on vasted by rioting nearly ten months ago. about Black citizens Is other schools are making

Jonday night of a heart attack at the age of 70. The attack like a house built on a founda- similar plans. This activity
came at a private dinner in the home of John B. Lawhorn a He also offered support for congressional representation for tion of sand; In this day of should spread to schools
friend in Atlanta. He was taken to the residents of the District of Columbia. in the ma-
Holy Family Hospital and truth, foretold so long ago by where Whites are
was dead on arrival. Christ, it is crumbling and fall- jority, for these children need
President Nixon called for the Immediate hiring of achieve-
1,000 of Black
McGill was born In Tennessee he began as a sportswriterbut ing, because this is the day
40 !
policemen, new prosecutors! and the cmfou of 10 more when mall ment as much as the Black
became an outstanding author and publisher. He won the COOT! r. areas of life,we are
editorials beginning to "tell it like It is." children do. It will help them
Pulitzer Prize in 1958 for his denouncing the KKKs
violence and opposition to racial equality in the South. In what He described nls recommendations as a preliminary attempt to overcome the prejudiced
February 9 to 15 of "tra
National hand-me-down Ideas
may have been his last column published in the Constitution to come to grips with the capitol's many problems_not a
Negro History Week. I have dition." This is no day for such
formula that would end crime and
Is magic
on Tuesday morning the following: sweep away dispalr
received signal honor We're in anew
In being antiquated thinking.
Because Its roots and
overnight. are deep closely woven
Our segregated system of education for generations has crime In the district cannot be brought under control OV6r-, invited to sit in with the Social world; a world that will

been and is viciously unjust. It has had a disease that weakened night. Neither can poverty be ended or hatred eliminated Studies Committee of the be dedicated to truth. Here in
all education white and black dispair overcome in a year but we can begin. or Charles R. Drew Elementary America, let's tell it like It is
S c h 001. This committee is . .in Black and White.

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969 5

Bayard ''f ). ., .a : You Goffa Be Kidding

:, '. .
Rustin I '... \"\

liliJ ,
Speaks ,. : .

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On Blacks And JewsTwo e\H:

years ago, la response to a growing trend of hostility
between Negroes and Jews, wrote that it would be one of the 1
great tragedies of Negro and Jewish experiences in a hostile / 0 c
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civilization If the time should come when either group begins C ti
using against each other) the same weapon(of prejudice) which
the white majorities of the West have used for centuries to
crush and deny both of them their sense of humanity" Events G
have made these words even more relevant today.Jewish lead-
ers have spoken to the Jewish conscience about these develop-
ments, and it is with a sense of urgency that Negro leaders
must now address their own communities.
I am sure I need not explain Negroes why anti-semitism,
as a form of prejudice, is morally wrong. Certainly Negroes
have seen as clearly as any people in history how prejudicecan
brutalize and oppress. They have seen how bigots'can
stereotype a race and deny the dignity of a people because they
have neither the courage to recognize that dignity nor the wis-
dom to understand it. And certainly Negroes must know thatif
an atmosphere of vilification condemnation is permittedto
develop, that they themelves: will be its chief victims. It is
in this sense thattheanti-semitismofsomeNegroes is not only !
morally wrong but strategically suicidal. r''
I have written before that anti-semitism is an outgrowth of L4
frustration, that because Negroes have been obstructed in their '
fight for full equality, there have been some who In their,despair -
have attacked those very people who have been the clos- '7 F
est allies of) the Negro struggle--namely,the Jews.To under- r
stand this, however, Is not to condone It. Nor is it to ignorethe
politically disastrous effect that anti-semitism will haveon V
Negroes, for if It Is permitted to gain a foothold will be
the first step in the disintegration of the liberal Catholic-
Jewish-Protestant coalition on which Negroes have had to depend -
for the passage of civil rights legislation and other meas- DON'T KNOCK IT JOIN IT
ures for social and economic justice.Up .
to now the and most
distinguishing -- distinguished --
feature of the Negro struggle for social equally has been its MODEL CITY PROGRAM "DOING ITS THING REAL GOOD"
moral authority. On the basis of this authority we have been
able to appeal in our struggle to the great American documents/
such as the Declaration of independence and the Constitution as ranging from the large- percentage ofdeterioratinganddilapi- ,
the moral and legalfoundatlonof ourdem.inds.The emergenceof dated housing in the area; overcharging of
anti-semitism not only undermines the basis of thisappeal, [ FROM WHERE I SITBY rents by landlords; serious overcrowding of
but it makes a travestry of a movement that has been the con- BILL McBRIDE the area with people and buildings; to the
science of this nation. j formation of a "Housing Court" where ten-
I appeal to the Jewish community not to permit the anti- ants can air their grievances and have them
semitism of a small, unrepresentative minority' in the black corrected.
_ _ _.,
community to drive them out of the struggle for social justiceand When the federally u financed u Model city program, designedto Besides settling disputes, the court should
democracy And I emphasize that this is in their interest, bring about social, economic and physical changes in a have the authority to reduce rent"inaccordance -
for if the overall struggle for democracy breaks down, then densely populated, rapidly deteriating 91/2 square mile area with the seriousness of the violation,'
Jews -- a minority themselves, like Negroes-- Inevitably of Dade County, many developed the mistaken idea that the the report said. in addition, the area needs
suffer. The central problem, as some Jewish leaders have program would be an instant cure all that would immediately neighborhood arbitrition comm.ttees and
pointed out, is that racism is unavoidable when there is no alleviate all the problems that had taken years of neglect and housing clinics to educate both landlords and
democratically viable alternative for dealing with social and Inadequate planning to breed. tenantS to their responsibilities.
economic injustice. We have read this report with great interest and feel obli-
And I appeal to the Negro community,that just as we call on Almost immediately after the Model City program began its gated to offer our compliments to Chairman Mary Fluker;
Jews to continue their dedication to democracy and social operation here in Dade County May 5, 1968, what appearedto Co-chairman Nathaniel Cooper, along with other members of
equity, that we pledge not to ignore or excuse any manifestation be an army of critics emerged and have constantly knockedthe this task force: J. H. Baker, Marvelle Bethel, Ernest Burnes,
of anti-semitism In the black community and to combatit program; first claiming not enough citizen participation James Collie, Adele Dillard, Tony Ferguson, Thomas Kehoe,
vigorously wherever it appears. I urge this not for the sake -- and now they can be heard complain that the program is Eunice Liberty, C. W. Preston,Julia Staffort and Dr. Elmer
of Jews or Negroes, but for the sake of the preservation of dragging its feet and accomplishing nothing Nothing couldbe Ward.
the democratic values which Jews and Negroes must share -- further from the truth. What these critics fail to realize is
values we must all share in the ultimate hope of a liberated that this is a five year program, with the first year being set The contents of this expertly prepared report is certainly
mankind. aside for organizing the citizens of the area and identifyingthe conclusive evidence that these people are serious about the
problems, pin-pointing the causes and formulating plans program. We feel reasonably certain that the reports from
I for the alleviation of these the remaining Task Forces, scheduled to be presented with-
'So I Said to Her. . in the next few days, will follow suit and really tell it like it
keeping with the Federal guidelines calling for significant is.
citizen participation in the planning and Implementation of the
program, the Model City residents began organizing for citizen After all task force reports are presented to the Governing
planning with a series of neighborhood elections in August ]j Board, they are then submitted to the County Commission,
and September of 1968. Atlanta/ Regional Office, and to Washington for approval. After
Jc approval by these bodies, supplemental funds totaling 9.6
From these elections, in which thousands of residents vot-I i million dollars will be, released' for a one-year planning
ed, came a policymaking and coordinating governing board of ]period.
fifteen and 171 councilmen representing a cross section of
residents ranging from professional workers to laborers, According to a Model City spokesman, all reports will be
domestics and housewives.The i ready for submittal by February 17th.

area, encompassing 1,005 blocks and 91/2 square From where I sit, it is crystal clear that the Dade County
miles, bounded on the north by 79th Street and on the south by :1 Model City Program is really "Doing its thing," and "Doing ,
the airport expressway; on the east by the north-south expressway j 1 it real good."

and on the west by N.W. 37th Avenue, has been divid- If you want to be a part of what's happening .- Don't knockit
ed into fifteen tracts, which in turn are divided into 15 dis- -- Join it.
tricts -- totaling 225 districts in the Model City neighborhood. ,
The councilmen are, with the professional aid of six area co- ,

ordinators, presently in the process of involving residents in ,!..'.0.............................................................................................................................
block clubs civic clubs educational clubs, etc. :
1.In 1..! Just complete this coupon and mail to

addition, seven task forces have been established to guide ,: The Miami Times
the specific program areas: Education,Health,Crime and Delinquency i: 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147. ;
; Employment; Physical Environment, Housing and :I I
Transportation; Recreation and Culture; and Welfare These ( ) One year $5.00 .
Task Forces are composed of elected councilmen, residents, j
yxR 1.y yfid K and representatives from public and private agencies. Their ( ) Payment enclosed f. ;

purpose is to identify and record the problems and causes in ....'' .t
WHEN (;001) IRILNDS: GET TOGETHER, they have muchto the Model City neighborhood. From the information contained : :
talk about. Here, the girls are meeting at one of the 103 Marchof in the Task Force reports will come a conprehensive Model r NAME I" ,

Dimes-supported Birth Defects Centers in the United States. City Program ADDRESS i
Although each was singled out tragically at birth with a crippling The Task Forces have been conducting weekly meetings for : } I
disability, all are receiving modern, comprehensive treatment and several months now with the housing, physical environmentand i CITY_ 1 '
rehabilitation that will! enable them to lead productive lives. Contributions transportation group being the first to submit its finds "
to the March of Dimes help continue the vital programs and recommendations to the Governing Board. STATE ZIP !

carried on at hlrth defects centers by outstanding teams of medical 12 '.... . ......._ .....................
professionals. The indepth,report listed major problems in the area

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969

Haitian Painting On Exhibit Tiwad

J I SundayA f(ei9/uJOCU4 ii:

world acclaim -
,BY CLARICE LITTLES \ threeweekexhibitofHaitian stracts have won
Miami Times Society Editor primitive paintings and will have two works on

sculpture will open: on Sunday, display and Sisson Blanchard, BY PRISCILLA REDDING
Feb. 9, at the Archer Gallery whose brilliant fruits and
The Spectrum of Love has nine ingredients L
: almost a
(3866 Biscayne Blvd). various fowls are
PATIENCE . "Love suffered long." Haitian art,will The Seaboard Baptist Association meeting will be held at |
50 trademark
Nearly representative for
KINDNESS . "And is kind;' in the ex- N.:w Hope Baptist Church, Ft. Lauderdale, Feb. 6-9. MomH
have paintings
pieces of that
GENEROSITY . "Love envieth not." country's bers of this association are asked to attend.
"naive art" will be on display, hibit.
HUMILITY . "Lo/e vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up."
COURTESY.. . "Doth not behave itself unseemly.' and included, will be some ofHaiti's An to which civic The Junior Church of Second Baptist Church is sponsoringa
best and most beloved opening
UNSELFISHNESS . "Seeketh not her own." and leaders have valentine's Day Banquet, Feb.8,at the church. Tickets may
artists. Prefete Duffaut
GOOD TEMPER . "Is not easily provoked." whose paintings of little peo- been invited, will be held on be purchased from Mrs. Mary Harrington, Darlene West,
GUILELESSNESS . "Thinketh no evil.' Michael Wooten and Kenneth Johnson. Donation $1.25.
ple toiling up and down mountains Sunday afternoon.Of .
SINCERITY . "Re joiceth not in iniquity, but rejolceth in
the truth." hang in museums all over all the Caribbean countries On the fourth Sunday in this month the Second Baptist Church

Patience, kindness, generosity, humility, courtesy, unself- the show world as will, will be be Ernst part of Loui-the Haiti is the only one BTU will sponsor a debate entitled "Does God Always Answer
ishness, good temper, duileness, sincerity -- these make up considered to have a differentart Prayer." Youth from various churches will make up the
the supreme gift of LOVE. zor, who has been compared to form. Even before the cur panel. Come out and support the youth of our community by

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY some manticists.ofthebest Arljac Frechro-(architect rent e xpl os ion in primitiveart attending this debate, Feb. 23, at 5:30 p.m.

Harry Jacques), whose ab- visitors. Haiti brought The dedication ceremonyand open house for the Second Baptist
Congratulations to Lydia and Kelsey Ingram who are parents back quantities of the duty-
educational building was held Feb. 2 at 3
of a dining boy, Kayman J. born Feb. 2, at Jackson Me- free primitives(many of which Church p.m. The
morial. The Edward (Magnolia) Fields have joined the grandparents have more than quadrupled in guest speaker was Mr. McDonald, from Miami Dade Jr. Col-
Big Brothers lege South campus. The pastor and congregation wish to thank
Harold and Ari-
club. The paternal grandparents are value the last few years).
all for their support.
mentha Ingram.
NeededIn The sculpture of Haiti is KILLIAN HIGH FOCUSOn
Sanders is at home after
Mrs. Doreen recuperating surgeryat
also distinctive. Most of it is
Cedars Of Lebanon.
OurCommunity done in Mahogany or taber- the scene at Killian High we find the Cougars working

Florce and William Hamilton are busy making wedding plans neau, and semiabstractschool hard. This week we have our annual Thespian Carnation sale.
for their daughter, Joy who will wed Edmond Auston, son of of sculpture has evolv- This is a special service to send a flower to whom you chooseas

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Womack, Miami, March 8 at Holy Redeemer ed, with much use of smooth your valentine.
fluid lines combined with
Catholic Church. On Thursday evening, Feb. Applications for all service clubs are now available, if interested -
6, at 8:30 p.m., an informal chunky facial features. contact Mrs. Williams
< Jetting to Miami for a shopping trip were Mrs. Myrtle Taylor -

and daughter Pamela; Paulette Bethel and daughter, work get-together of Big to Brothers talk about the of ;;: Plan now to attend the "Evening of Festivities," Feb. 7, at

[Tonya. They were guests of the Hartman Taylors of Browns- Greater Miami and what they 'yt t 7:30. This affair will consist of a fashion show and daaco.
ville. .. ,1, mission is $.50.
are doing in our community. ,' ,
I Houseguesting with the Raymond(Lena)Heasties of Browns- '
We 'J The! herald's annual Silver Knight Award program honoring
}yille is Nicholas Scavella of New York City. heartily encourageall ,
interested persons to bring ' service to school and community begins its 11th year. The

Back to the scenes of their youth, Elsie Phillips Atlantic two or three friends to this award selection is based on a nominees record of service to

,City and Asaneth Michael of Buffalo are visiting Miami after meeting so that we might begin ,school, church and community. This past week Miami Killian
,an abcence of oh so-oo-long. Elsie and hubby, Leon and Asa- to gain some momentumand nominated 14 seniors for the award, they are: Nancy: Knunce,

neth Jetted to Nassau for two days on Tuesday. Sister Emily serve more of our father- art; Rufus Ferguson,athletics; Jim Reynolds,citizenship;John

Ross is busy completing plans for a family reunion of the less boys who need our help. I J ,:::1 Sykes, drama Joan Lipnun, english and literature; Tom
HJrout clan. Mrs. Jane Herout, a pioneer will be honored. : 't' /\ Sweeting, foreign language; Judy Gentry,general scholarship;
Others sharing in the celebration will be Virginia and Henry' The meeting will be held at ," ', Susan Scheer, Industrial-vocational; Priscilla Redding, Jour-

Haddock and Angie and Thomas McRay. Primary School "C", 757 NW tH,,,;, ,, nalism; Anna Bryant, mathematics; William Richardson,
66th St. \ music; James Miller, science; Wilhelmena Brown, speech;
Friends of Emma Jane Waldon are sending "get well" "
I look forward to seeing you > and Heyward Wever, social science.We .
wishes and are happy that she escaped serious injury in the ,, ;4. ;: i salute and congratulate these students.
Thursday night. Don't forget "
accident and is recuperating at home after a stay in Cedars.In . '-. '" .I : j jIt
bring those friends. '>::':' _.__;..", 'J the
On sports agenda our basketball team plays: South Dade,
reporting the birthday party of Carolyn Townsend's daughter Miss Jacqueline Boone, CHRISTENEDMr. Tuesday evening; Miami Springs, Friday; and Colum;+I1JS,Sat
Sherri, it read Sherri Miller and It should have read Sherri caseworker for Big Brothers and Mrs. Calvin M. urday.

Townsend.jj of Greater Miami will be in Johnson of 6565 NW25th Ave,
The following Boy Scouts from Troop 73 spend Jan. 31 Feb.
are to become the
jj On Suiiiy: : Feb. 16 the Phi Delta Kappa Sorority will stage charge of the meeting. godparends very happy of Robert Carlton 1 and 2 at Whispering Pines near the old Kendall Hospital:
I special program in observance of National Negro history John Gore Jr. Denson
Johnson. He is their third god- Haynes, Charles and James Mickens,
week Feb. 16 23. Miami Northwestern Senior High, 4-5 James Simmons and Keith Tribble.
WEDDINGMrs. child. He was christened at
p.m. The public is invited.
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church,Sun They were enrolled in a Junior leadership workshop along
We welcome to our neighborhood the Community Service Matilda Hall and Mr. day, Jan. 26. His parents are with some 200 men and boys.Courses In arts and crafts, cooking
Center, 6255 NW 7th Avenue. Agencies located here are Ca- Nedley Gray were married on Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel John- and nature trails were held and the boys had a wonderful
Welfare, Jewish Family Service and Big Brothers, Inc. Jan. 29, at the bride's home. son of 6641 NW 26th Avenue. time.
are happy to announce the hiring of anotherField Aide The attendants were her sis-

fOlic Scouts: of Tropical Florida, Inc.), Mrs.Nathaniel(Marie) ter, Mrs. Evelyn Johnson,

brother-in-law, Deacon A. H.
Johnson and Mr.R.B.
is a native of British Honduras. She has worked with
the Government of British Honduras for fifteen years as a Handicraft The ceremony was performedby
Rev. L. A. .
Instructor; Lecturer at the Teacher's Training College Thompson.ENGAGEMENT

; Board member of YMCA; Red Cross and Girl Guide
Captain. She was chosen as the guider to represent British .b'j .,. .

Honduras at the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth D.Since coming '
to the United States she has worked with the EOPI as a Mr. and Mrs.WUliamHam.
(cw ; cWit4' cVethe/\
Volunteer, the YWCA Vanguard Wom n's Club and served as ilton Sr., 2165 NW 72nd St.,
in aide to the Industrial section of Charles Drew Junior High. announce the engagement of

Marie is skilled In arts and crafts that she learned in her native their daughter Joy Theresa, to

land. She also studied textile arts in England.We Edmond Austin, son of Mr.and w ,

Mrs. Lloyd Womack, 1220NW
(bora and Girl Scout Council) pledge our fullest coop- '42nd St. A March wedding is Remetit6& e & q l4 :

ration. We, ,will make a united effort to meet the present planned.B. ,
problems facing the neighborhood by the most effective means.
Marie we welcome youl!
T. W. CLASS OF '49 eo&q 2a4

The MRS Club's Valentine is 2oQew:4
Dance scheduled for the Galf-
The class of 1949 of Booker -
stream Room; Bayfront February 14. T. Washington will holdan D

The North-South Golf Tournament and the Neon-Ta Social Important meeting on Mon- f

Club will present the first showing of Afro Fashion and Wig day, February 17, at 8 p.m. .1f4"We 419t4t tom y :..
Show at the New Everglades Hotel Friday,February 21, 9 p.m. The meoiing will be held at the F
1-p.m.. Allapattah Junior High School.
i All 49'ers are urged to be veif Oft C4JtMjO/U 't '
IT'S A DATE: Feb. 7 Pre-MardiGras Dance EvergladesHotel present. :

9 p.m.; Feb. 10 Ixora Neighborhood meeting (all adult : 1Pj

Girl Scouts), Primary C, 7:30 p.m.; Feb. 12Girl Scout LTD

Course, 6255 NW 7th Ave., 6:30 p.m.; Feb. 13 Sgt. D, W.
Mulliens #39 Disabled American Veterans, Auxiliary 8 p.m. DIVERSIFIED :: Rosed ata4t U X7.50

Comrade McKelvin, 2490 NW J 52nd Street.; Feb.23- Disabled PUBLIC SERVICE
American Veterans' Auxiliary Patroitlsm Tea at the home of '
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rogers,2571 NW 152nd Terrace 4-6 p.m. NOTARY PUBLIC '$: lower y t ii

Mr. and Mrs. William Dingle celebrated their anniversary *

with their nieces on February 3rd. Mrs.Gilda Brown of Wash- I STANLEY SWEETING MODERNDAy\

ngton D.C. and Mrs.Jeanne Ferguson of Lanham,of Marylandand Public Relations

family. Consultant 2 75 1lo'tIcAd1& ?laic

\ Katie and Willie (son) Weston have returned to their home Theatrical Editor NORTHSIDE
in Newark. Son suffered a stroke while on vacation here and The Miami Times CENTER0 4 :

Katie came to be with him while he was a patient in Jackson.He NA 1-7203 : 693-3971 754-1888 f:

has not fully recovered was well enough to return horn. DAY
16351 NW 18th Place NITE mo'd':

Let us not love in word,neither tongue, but in deed and in I Opa-locka, Florida . B r

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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The 1969 version of National Alliance

of .ostaland Federal Employees and Auxiliary's Annual
Dance Ball once again is a Bayfront Park a
audit date for Feb. 15. It'll be a semiformal n
outing for the audit's Gulfstream Room.
McKenzie Moore and Mrs. Coretha pascal
hold the gavels of the Federal Employees and
Auxiliary branches respectively, and both / III
leaders of "NAPES" are ably supported by w
social and business stalwarts. Their affaira

dilly . With the death of Atlanta Con-
stitution's editor-publisher Ralph McG111 the "
South has lost two of its most-brilliant, i6

honest, fair and fearless newspaper editors in the country. The -J
other was Bill Baggs of The Miami News.Both newsmen were

Southerners and highly respected molders political opinion. Black Clowns Startling Good Theatre I

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: A Love Noke From David Susskind .

(Television Personality) "Mr. Stanley Sweeting, The Miami x > E y Ruth Foreman's productionof can appreciate the view. Investigators which should be seen to be
Times: Dear Mr Sweeting, Many thanks for your commentsand "A Thousand Clowns"at the call to check on appreciated and will not be described
for taking the time to write.Ihope the program continuesto ThPatti's North Miami Playhouse,open- the absence of the youngster "A Thousand

merit your attention. Sincerely, David SussKind Talent Associates ed Thursday night, Jan. 30, to from school. John Peak,as the Clowns" plays Thursdays -
Ltd 4U M adisonAvenue New York N.Y." . For- ..
- -- bravo>;> and repeated curtain serious welfare worker, who Sundays at the North Miami
mer popular WAME disc Jock Wild Steve'giving out' with conforms to is
Back calls, all richly deserved by "system, Playhouse and Is a play that
3 shows nightly at the Apartment Lounge Center Room (Bis- the all Negro cast.Herb Gard- very serious and believable in the whole family should see.
cayne Blvd at 175th) . .The Treniers at 7 Seas Night Club and In TownMiss ner's uproarious comedy of a his role. Murray's older bro

Lounge (Ocean at 167th) . The James (Arslmmer) Young- young man rebelling against ther, Arnold Burns, who man-
bloods Jr named her Ramona. Patricia Gale Burton, society, starring Jason ages his career, as played by
SALT WATER TAFFY: County Manager Porter W.Homer's daughter of Mrs. Emma Bur- Robards and Sandy Dennis on Clarence Thomas, is one of THE INTERRACIAL
county employees completed their 1968United Fund Campaign ton, 2760 NW 58th St.,employed -
Broadway, has its counter- the best, well rounded out per- MARRIAGEOF
which ended their increase in contributions by National Airlines, has
biggest year-to-year -
part in Ernie Fields (WMBM formers seen on the Miami
The 1969 increase over 1967 was approximately$40,000.The returned to Miami after a few
disc jockeyandlovelyactress) stage this year. He earns applause THE YEAR'!!
new Miss Neighborhood Youth Corps is a happy beaut. A months tour of duty in Los An- Betty Ferguson, in the title on all of his entrancesand
coupla months ago this candldate-cutle emerged from the geles, California. Patti's request -
roles. Ernie, as Murray exits. Fernley Murray,an
membership of Dade County Neighborhood Youth Corps Program for a transfer to Miamiwas
Burns, is loose, relaxed and excellent actor plays a hys- Love ConquersA
The lucky-lovely is Sheila Flowers. First ruinerup to approved, and she is now completely believable in his terical role of a children'sTV
Miss NYC is Delores Yates. Second runnerup is Doris Mt- based at Miami's International demanding role and Betty Fer- performer and plays it to HOSTILE WORLD

Cullough. Airport. guson, as the welfare worker, the hilt. This hilarious play Dean Rusk's Daughter
THE WEEK'S WASH: Of the 36 police applicants vieing for Miss Burton is a graduateof who comes to Investigate the which received rave reviews
the late Chief Walter: E. Headley Jr's Job,all of those seeking Booker T. Washington High homo environment, falls in with its original white cast is Accepts Challenge
the officers From viewpoint Major School, where she was activein better with the .
post are qualified our love with Murray. The story even professional
Adam Xllmkowskl and Captain Keith Wilson are the foremost Drama Club, FTA,and FNA, revolves around Murray's Negro cast Ruth Foreman -
qualified dut our favorites on the list named would como a graduate of Miami Dade JunIor resignation as a TV writer for is presenting at the North READ THISHEARTWARMING
from Major Newell Home and Captains Keith Wilson and Sherman College, where she was an an obnoxious Kiddie Show and Miami Playhouse. STORYIN

Holland ?The MRS femme org(about 19 good-lookers assistant in the faculty office, his deep affection for a young It would be difficult to singleout FEBRUARY
strong) holds its Valentine Dance of 1969 on Feb 14 in the Gulf- and is a graduate in the Airliau nephew, played by Angelo RU- one performer who stands
stream Room of Buyfront Park's audit.The M R S roster reads Training Division of Atlantic therford. (you see him on Sunday out from all the rest. It is ensemble -
like 'who's who' among Miami's most-charmlng Mesdamas. School, in Kansas'city, Missouri nights on the"Gentle Ben" acting at 'its best and SEPIAOn
They represent a cross-section of our social, business and She is a member of the series) Murray's idea of director Ruth Foreman is ask-

educational field which qualifies them as compatible hostesses Oak Grove Baptist Church.She bringing up his nephew is to ed repeatedly how she was able Sole' at Newsrandi
for an enjoyable evening while entertaining their guests. The is also a member of Kappa take him to the top of the Em- to accomplish the presentation NOW
M R S Valentine Dance should be a lulu. Theta Delta Sorority, and was pire State Building and the of this unusual production.

STUFF AND SUCH: Mrs. Birbb (Sylvia) Wallace critically presented a debutante at the Statue of Liberty, so that Nick There is a surprise ending
17th Annual Cotillion in 1967
ill at M'jrcy hosp . The Hazel (Minnie) Bacons named her ,
by the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority -
Brenda Gail . ThelmaDames-Carey: bedded at Cedars of
of Miami . welcome
Lebanon . Patrolman William Bernard Jackson's Helen in MAN ACQUITTED OF
town t'other day over on brief visit from Eustis . Now that home. ASSAULTA Pants Made In 3 Days

the sign painters are finished 1104 NW 3rd Ave goes to 6105

NW 7th Ave when North's Travel Bureau moves to its'new Shot Dade man was acquittedin $1095
homo in Edison Center . Church of Incarnation throws a ThroughDoor Circuit Court Friday of rape Up

Mardi Gras blast in Everglades hotel Friday night. Atlas charges.The .
Lodge of Elks (No. 303)'officially opens dedicates its new Kills Jury had deliberated for :
'Homo' (NW 7th Ave at 50th) Sunday afternoon. only 35 minutes before clear-

SCRATCH Mf BACK: Mrs. Samuel B. (Naomi)Grant's aunt Ing Willie Carl Ford, 43, of
Mrs Mallle Simmons passed Feb 1. Buried in St. Augustineshe ManPolice 6915 NW 15th Ave. TAYLORS P4RISIAN TAILORS ,...

was 91 . David Dobbs smiling his favorite grin as he The state had charged that 1080 NW 54th STREET 3
ankles thru Sears of Northside Shopping Center. . M/rtls are investigating the Ford walked up to the 18yearold
Burroughs enroute via the same sector in the same neighbor- case of a man shot to deathin cafeteria worker while NEW EASTER WOOLENS 757-4827 w

hood . Arthur Pena's favorite Godfather Herbert Carroll Coconut Grove by a woman she was waiting for a bus at
passed in New York City Feb. 1.He was a Harlem real estate firing through the door of her 62nd St. and NW 29th Ave last

and insurance agent . Ditto pert and curvy Sandy Bethel, home, police said Sunday. January and forced her on a
daughter of Rufus Bethel Jr and Bernice Johnson Bethel found 10-minute bus ride to his home ATTENTION!
Friday afternoon (Feb 1) dead in the Florida Room of their Mrs. Lucille Dawson, 27,of where he assulted her three BUILDING SERVICE EMPLOYEES
Opa-locka home ...Daisy Reid's hubby Ray rushed to Jackson 3826 Oak Ave., called police times. '
and said there severalmen INTERNATIONAL UNION AFL-CIO
Memorial last Sunday with sudden heart attack. were During the ride, Assistant
trying to get into her State Attorney Edward Car- 200 Sunny Isles Blvd. N. Miami Bch, Fla. 33160
MIAMI[ MUSINGS: George Holland his step-father were Sur- home.
prise Birthday Party-ed last Saturday night at the home of his hart told the Jury, Ford told The National Labor Relations Board has
When Miami Police Sgt. her he had Just robbed and
mother Nell Frazier. The party was sponsored for their birth- homes
taken private nursing
jurisdiction over
Richard Abels arrived at the fatally shot a man, and h e
days (Feb 2 and 3 respectively)by Mrs.Frazier and George'swife
Inspired scene, he found the body of wouldn't hesitate to kill her. and hospitals.This .
Jarrett-Clarke'sbirthdayjan 16) -
Loretta . Agnes
her hubby Arnold Daughters of the King of St Agnesto Jeffrey Adderly, of 3312 Defense attorney Phil Carlton protected by law I
means are now
f 1z a bet h St., sprawled in maintained that Ford had
fete her with a natal celebration a coupla Sundays ago.
when union card. The days of :
front of the door. merely picked the girl up and you sign a

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: The Critics Speak Sullivan Mrs. Dawson told police she that she had consented to threats and discrimination are over. ;

(NY News) "Drop a note to Harry Mills of the Mills Brothersat had grabbed her .38 revolver sexual relations. He also told Call WI 73662 for information so we obtain ;
Good Samaritan hosp in L. A." . John Miller (Nat'l En- after making the phone call the Jury that she stayed at his may
quirer "Bobby Darin told Diana Ross and Mary Wilson. of the and fired one shot through the home for about three hours be- a contract to increase wages, give you

Supremes that he couldn't date either of them for a while because door when the men tried to fore getting a bus and going job security, overtime, vacations, holidaypay

he's currently concentrating all his time on ex-wife force it in. home. pensions and othjr fringe benefits so

Sandra Dee" . .John Crittendon(Miami News) "No Muham- bably needed in the hospital and nursing :
mad All doesn't advocate Negro rebellion or anything like that. home field. I
'The blacks turning on the whites'says'would be like a bull AUTO INSURANCE ,
running Into a freight train" . John J. Miller (Enquirer) All non-professional employees are eligibleto

"Bill Cosby who admittedly was having trouble paying his rent j join. :
only a few years ago Just turned down a bid of $100,000 a week

to star at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas" . Ed Sullivan ..3u SPECIALISTS iRVil Ijlings; Sign with the AFL-CIO Union that represents :
(Beach Reporter) JackDempsey Voisin told Perle Mesta and the greatest number of hospital and nursing

Joan Crawford thatJoe Frazier is a cinch to flatten Jimmy El- home, employees in the country.
lis" . Herb RauMlamINews)"Nothing irreverent in writing SERVICEFIRST
'Xmas' for Christmas.Use of'X' in the word is no mark of JIM 0' HALLORAN ;
disrespect. Stands for Greek letter X or Chi the first letter of INSURANCE AGENCY International Organizer

the Greek Christes. The 'X' was used in early days of Christianity .; |497rffi-7tr AyENUl I
by illiterates who in making their mark with an 'X' in VERNON CLARK

place of signatures called upon Christ to witness their good JIM LEVENSON, O n r Phon 635.7507 Director of Public Relations
faith. .


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8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 7, 1969
James ,Brown Finds Black
Round AboutTalk
public Is cordially invited Public Accountant
VL. Capitalism WorksNEW to a Friendship Coffee

and Book Review on Sunday, INCOME TAXNOTARY
YORK Black capitalism r February 9th at 3:00 p.m.
works! Just ask soul at Washington Park
._BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL singer James Brown who Community Center, N.E. 15th /

dropped out of school in the Court and N.E. 152nd Terrace,
TALK 0' TOWN . Mayor John Lindsay (NYC) appointing seventh grade and is now worth North Miami Beach
(Negro) HumiD Rights Commissioner,William Booth to Judge- well over $3 million, accord- Proceeds from this affair 5264 NW,24th; AVE.
ship. Booth has been getting strong racial criticism . Tie ing to an article in the current will be used for neighborhood
Rascals' (white, instrumental-singing group) refuses to per- issue of Look Magazine k children's activities.The .
form in any concert unless fifty percent of the performers are Brown, who picked cotton, Voters Council of North
Negroes. I(ye reporter) first saw them perform on the James shined shoes and danced for Miami Beach,
Brown Show at the "Old Madison and when LOOKINGFOR
Square" again they. nickles and dimes, employs ing this affair.
appeared on the "Sam and Dave Aretha Franklin ".
(Dr. M 85 people to run his produc- A JOB?
tin L. King benefit) Show" at the New Madison Square Garden tion company, owns two radio It TAKE sponsor-I SEE OURCLASSIFIED
. They got soul ., Bess
Myerson, "Miss America of 45" stations and has an annual payroll FAMILY TO ADS
(white) and a devoted civil rights crusader, was appointed of 1.1 million dollars. tL SUNDAY
commissioner of consumer affairs, NYC, Feb 1.. The U.S.
first Negro Congresswoman, Rep.Shirley Chisholm(Brooklyn) Described by Look as per- JAMES BROWN
forced fellow demo:: to retract her utwantedassignmentto the haps the most important black bandsmen stage-
(20 ,
Agriculture Committee, challenging the traditional house sen- mm in America, the singer hands troupe personal attendants,
ority system . Black ministers will raise $25,000 and pay still owns much of the para- JINp
comedian femlle singe r,
Adam Clayton's federal fine . Big Adam Clayton Powell, phanalia that a respectable is like 1
front-office ) run
; "back on the scene" . Organized-Assassination: Corp. in popular star needs.It includes cI
action: Edward T. Pratt 38, Negro leader of the Seattle Urban 500-1,000 suits, 300 pairs of an infantry platoon. Fines are
levied drinking on the job,
League, shot and killed from ambush, Jan. 26, as his wife shoes, a silverandblackRolls : (
watched Royce a Lincoln Mirk $50; shoes not shined $25;
helplessly Luis Rodriguez,top middleweight box- ,
ing contender, working at Miami Beach Hilton Plaza,between IH a yellow Excalibur sportscar wrinkled suit, $50)).
fights. . predict that Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, admitted slayer and a $120,000 Victorian Everyone is addressed pub-
of Robert F. Kennedy will get off with a fine and five years castle in Queens, New York. licly as "Mr." or "Miss."
sentence New Orleans D.A. Jim Garrison will present an Brown is a stickler for details.
air-tight case against bigtims Clay Shaw, accused of plottingthe Brown also demands capitalistic "I want to be 5,000 percent IDEA EVER
efficiency from his right in what I do. Igottobe SN
assassination of President John F. Kennedy, but the case
will be thrown out .for lack of evidence . Big nnney kil- employees. His 35-man road he says. \ MpN BRAIyX /

lings ,What ever happened to the Martin L King's killer??? S


ROUND ABOUT TALK . Mrs. Nat (King) Cole (Maria) : Negro History Exhibit A
to "entertain U.S. troops in Vietnam" . Sidney Poitier in I

New York at El Morocco . Pretty Judy Pace (film debut, ; Presented To Public !I Iwlr
"Three In the Attic")to co-star opposite Peter Fonda in "The / 1
Great Peace Scare." Says Judy, "I'm black and I'm proud" A series of five Negro his, Avenue, New Rochelle, N. Y.
. Very funny Broadway play to see, "Red, White and Mtd- tory exhibits will be offered I Monday throgh Friday, 10
dox." . Willie Davison, cutting N -w York loose, going back for public viewing, by the Ne, a.m. to 9 p.m. ManhattanI
to Pennsacola, Fla. to stay. ((411 West Hernandez Street) . gro History Association an I showings will be March 2
Rev. Sied A. Demingo, 1977 7th Ave., NYC, working full the F. & M. Schaefer Corpor- through 6th,locations and timeto
hardy in civil right movements . Marvin Edwards, 221 W. ation, in th New York and New be announced.
115th St., NYC and his wile E the 1,acting like I honeymooners Jersey area beginning Febru Groups wishing to use the //I
. Lorraine Baker, (Tampa starlet) a sexy lassie living in ary 1st through March 6, 1969.. Negro History Exhibit may a I I
Bedford Hills, NY, ((165 Haines Rd.) . Kermitt Cleare (he contact the F. & M. Schaefer
is Cecil Cleare's lil' boy) got a thing going in New York . The exhibit, a collection of Corporation which is fundingthe
Teddy Roberts headed for Tuskegee Alabama and Miami, i!rare material of historic value program in a communica-
Thunderbirding.." by and about the Negro, consisting tions effort to assist in dis-
Ij of manuscripts, rare seminating Information on the
j 1 first editions,art,newspapers Negro in America. ContactMr. WA"I&1
TEEN,TALK AND MUSIC SURVEY.. .Ulysses Woods (Palm ((gating: back to 1790)), autographed Hollon, 430 Kent Avenue, %
Beach Henry Woods boy) at Count Basie Club, digging Drum- I letters, coins, me- Brooklyn, N. Y. 11211 Telephone -
mer Chico Hamilton's Rocking Band . From Poseline dals, patent papers, etc. is i EV 7-7000.
Richardson to Ronald Jones (Arcado, Fla.) and Jerome Jones, recognized as the largest and I
(Miami) it's Dionne Warwick's"The Girl's In Love With You.' most valuable exhibit of its: ATTENTIONKINDERGARTEN
. People are still talking about the Soul Performers at the kind in the country.
jamed-packed inaugural ball .. .Washington,D.C.. . singer
James Brown breaking the house down with "I'm Black And Many of the offerings are WORKERSThe o'lt.\\
Pm Proud" with Marva Whitney's "Somewnere There's A private collector items, assembled Independent Pre School .
Place For Us" . Johnnie Taylor "Whose Making Love" by NegroHistoryAs- Organization will meet Saturday 1 \\f\ w EV
Hines and Hines and Dad,with their song and dance routine . so cia t e s, researchers and 1 Feb. 8 at Randolph's Kid- 2nd y.\\\ \\\.t.\\
David Ruffin (former Temptation) latest hit,"My Whole World ]Negro History Associates die Inn, 1425 NW 54th St., at \\ &
Ended" dedicated to pretty Mary Ann Collie, Miami Northwestern through decades of painstaking 5 p.m. Business of impor ".\\
Senior . Scoop Bethel saying,"Time and tide waits for research and dedication. tance.
no man. C-U-NX-WK. The exhibit, in many instances Ruth E. Copeland, presidentand //N
will dispel the here- Harriet Worrell. is sec-
tofore accepted conceptionsabout retary.NORTHDADEPTA. (
the history of the Negroin
America.The .

LIFE INSURANCEDoesn't exhibit will be shown Representatives from the r

February 1 through 7th, at the State Attorney's office will
t Muse, Bedford Avenue and present an informative dis-
Cost It PaysLast Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, New cussion on the teenage drug
York Tuesday through Fri- problem, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m.
day, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sat- The general public is invit- R\L
year life insurance benefit payments in urday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and ed to 'attend this meeting.miMi1w F;

America amounted to more than $12,000,000000.00. ,- Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. _
10 through 14th, at Barringer 1111 IJ II ::1\i I1U1 j
High School, 49 Parker Street,
Newark, N. J. Monday (' '
Less than half $5,200,000,000,99 for c
through Friday, children t! ; 1
death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., adults after Z?) 1 DOUBLE ACTION

paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form 6 p.m. February 24 through 5y.3&COLORS CRAY HAIRUAOC
28th, at the Community Action 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE
, of policy dividends, surrender values, disability -
Program Center, 23 Lawton 'J r r
i 1\\ payments, mature endowments, and annuity -

j payments.

DeParee's Superb
Permanent LotionCAN


Wm. J. O'Brien Center IEsdcR,8AR8ARA McNAim d-sun,,,mi IISSIl1 m PRENTISS
7211 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla. adS'redhrst3tx '
I CENTRAL FEBRUARY 23 & 24, 1969 II U CONNELL.'AMasNasblare"WS" "
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Onpaal Stu sit inmlht It Chairs Mxta.hdacrl aal Itectrl h Chxlu Marta.CIIII It IISTMIMMIYCMMM..J.c

Sunday night, February 23, 1969

4150 NW 7th Avenue

9 p.m. to 2 a. m. v

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969 9Knowing

f Emanuel Hutcheson Wins INFORMATIONAttention INCOME TAX f

I Silver Beaver AwardEmanuel friends of Primary Parents CCom-and

munity School. You can rid
Hutcheson, chief yourself of the headaches
supervisor at Dade County gripes, and groans so common
Youth Hall, has won the coveted during Income tax time by attending -

A l1 Silver Beaver Award for I a one night session de-
his service to scouting.Mr. voting to tax
l. Bt( GAVE BONDU your problems
Hutcheson has beenac- Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 8 p.m.
tive in scouting in the South Please contact the Com-

that Roost Negro parents wuric tor a living, I do not Florida Council since 1945.He munity School Director Mr.
need to ask where they are when these youngsters raise hell has served as scoutmaster, Franklin Clark at 8360012for
in school, but I Jo want to know how some parents cannot know neighborhood commissioner, further information.

what is going on with their kids.lask this'because the incidentat member of the district com- This Friday, Feb. 7, at 7

Central High was not something that was a "sudden blow- mittee and holds the scout- p.m. we will begin our first ..

up." I sincerely believe that it was planned,and I believe that er's key. community bridge club. What Sgt. Marion Dawson son of
some of the knew what I'm old He is a member of the Unit- '
parents was happening. Maybe a funderful time you'll have! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dawson of
fashioned, but I tb ink I was brought up to know really right ed Church of Christ, Omega South Miami, Joined the United
from wrong. When! I came along, parents stuck together and Psi phi Fraternity, VarsityF I HOLMES ELEMENTARYPTA States Marine Corps in 1963
) kept each other informed of what the kids were doing. U a Club, YMCA and the Florida -- r after completing basic train-
neighbor saw ms' do\ something wrong, she would immediately State Juvenile Officers As-
, at Paris Islands
Th e PTA of Holmes Ele- Ing South
call my mother and tell her. I got "killed" when I got home.I sociatio. EMANUEL HUTCHESON Carolina he
will Joined the
mentary sponsor a Tea re-
know times change, people change and the world is chang- He has been active in the
I Sunday, Feb. 16, from 4 6 serves. He then went on to Ft.
ing, but some of these kids are out there "fighting and feuding"and boys recreation program in to Mr. Hutcheson's pattern ol f
p.m. One of our prominent Benning, Georgia, where he
various youth organizations. living as set forth in the com-
they don't even know why They seem to feel that education attended
I i citizens, Fr. Theodore Gibson. Parachute Jump
needs them. Not that they need education.There is a trend toward The South Florida Council- munity as a citizen,parent d I
will be the guest speaker. e School, after graduating he returned -
Boy Scouts of America attest scouter.PAINTERDECORATOR.
black teachers teaching black history.If black history is entertain
sixth grade students will home to attend Miami-
Incorporated into U.S.History(which it is,anyway). . anyone you with songs and dances Dad Junior College and enrolled -
can teach it. It Should not be a class for black students, only, An interesting program in a flight program. He
Let the white students learn black history so that they too can COURSE is
planned for your enjoyment.The received his Private and Commercial -
,appreciate the part that Negroes have played in building this
is Pilot License
public invited. Mrs. ,Jan.
country. We have always said that U the "old folks" would The Florida State Employ-
Blanche 20 is
Calloway is presidentof 1969. He a graduate of
leave the kids alone, segregation would break itself down, a ment Service is recruiting now the
PTA and Mrs. Thena George Washington Carver
person is not born biased,it is learned. But at the rate we are for a Painter-Decorator apprentice Crowder is principal of the Senior High School.Britt's .
going, the white kids are being alienated by our actions. We course under; the school.
should be making good steadfast friends rather than driving i Manpower Development and
them away from us. We are not economically sound enough to l xy. tla Training Act (MDTA). The

alienate the white nun. It will never be so . there will course, slated to begin around Beauty i
always be businesses white and black, yellow and brown, that I February 24, consists of six
will have to work together in order to survive in this world of 'weeks schooling at $33.00 per Walk i

ours. I am not saying that we have to bow and scrape to be I week, 13 weeks OJT at $1.89 9203 NW 22nd AVE.
friends, but it seems to me that we are taking advantage of a a an hour, and 13 weeks OJT !
situation. I know it feels good to have a little power (the kind > (On The Job Training) at 691.9831 \'
that makes,white teachers and administrators lean over backjj jj $2.331/2 per hour. We Specialize in Wig Care

ward because they are trying to "help the black adjust to There are twenty openings Permanent and Expert Styling }> 0 \1. ,,

'white' ways") but we should not expect first class citizenship. .- . so if you are interested in Persulan I Re I oxen ':\- u 0 '"\/M" ,
without the responsibility that comes with it. It is my sincere learning a new trade, contactthe b\:g __
beliefe that juvenile delinquency begins at the home. I am not SP/4 Johnny Blanford of Mi- Miami Opportunity Center, Reg. 68.50
Intimating: that all parents of delinquents are negligent.There ami, stationed inStratcom 245 SE First Street in Miamior SPECIALCLEANED
are some who try very hard to do right by their kids. . or Signal GP Taiwan has been call 377-2411 and ask for wigs 3
promoted to the rank of Sgt., the MDTA Coordinator. The
best hard
should I say th$ they can ? they are working try-
ing to make a living and cannot know everything the children after placing first among 33 course is open to anyone 17 4 Operator to Serve You & SET FOR

are doing, but a concerted effort by parents as a whole. . men who went up for promo- years of age or up,regardlessof Mrs. Eva Britt, Owner (ONLY ON MOM.,
lot. When the kids tion during the month of Jan. income. Take advantage of and chiefhairttylist
working together. .rnighthelp a are grown 7UES. & WED.)
,and you have done all you can, that Is all you can do, but if a Sgt. Blanford was transferredto this opportunity.
\' child is living to your house . you are feeding and clothinghim Taiwan, from Vietnam by
. be should have 'some responsibility toward vou. way of Ft. Benning, Ga.

I have often heard it said that"he is a good boy, but he Just \
k.? got in the wrong crowd." Well, there is also another saying ';;;o<,v "_.' J. D. MACK SAYS:
which follows that. ?"onebadapple can spoil the whole bar- "
rel" . .but it is up to us to keep our children out of the bar- , / Ir
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rel,, as long a$ they are in our homes. I am not talking from FIGHT TWO ENEMIESIN Stop By The
hearsay . I am talking from experience. I had two "good" :o "
boys. After the older one Iefthomeat21, he got in the barrel
with the bad apples and even then we had enough relationshipwith
our son to talk him out of it and into the army which is
helping to make a man of him. He has definitely matured and VIET CONG AND

made a change for the better. We are proud that by this time .De URGERLOOTRY
he appreciated the time, care and friendship we had offered DISCRIMINATION.Read

him through the years enough to listen to reason. Other par This Incredible
ents can do the same with a little time. . Sometimes you are
so tired you only want to rest your weary bead . But a lot of Story in the February
kids do things that they know are not right Just to get a little
Issue of SEPIA at
attention. They want to be questioned . they want you to be your "

interested in what they are doing... they want you to 'fuss' a NewsstandNow A UBIG MACK
little. Parents unite! Know where your kids are. Know what
they are doing. Know what they are thinking. Know their
friends. All they want is attention. We all have to live in this
world together, lets LIVE TOGETHER. Let us help mend the
breach between the white and black and get the education we

need to be somebody, and at the same time. . educate the

whites. COMMUNICATION B THE BYWORD. Communication 71 -J-
between parents and children; between races; between people s.

"Ignorance breeds contempt" . whatever color it Is.

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK:Sandra Pearsonmodel cities) oJ

VIP OF TH WEEK: Ted Nickols
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: City of Miami Commissioner M. BEST COMPLETE

Athalie Range ArM URGER WITH ALL +

called and said he would be here on the 18th for the Miami IN

North-South Golf Tournament. . Same for former Brooklyn. TOWNIJ '
Dodger pitcher Joe Black. He is vice president of Greyhound
Lines, Inc. in Special Marketing. Other celebrities due in are

County Basle Guitarist, Freddie Green;Bandleader Duke Jen- P Oo
kins; and maybe Godfrey Cambridge. About my man Godfreynot G NOS
( Arthur), he opens at the Hilton Plaza tonight, while up Ft's

the road at the Diplomat Count Basie and Tony Bennett are (Formerly Burger Fair)
swinging. . Dynamic Shirleyfasseyatthe Deauvllle; Aretha
Franklin at the Fontalnbleau; Damita Joe, Dorothy Donneganand growth ftrL.'f
Red Prysock at the Cabaret; Frank DuBoise and trio at the i>f*pcmfnin 5351 N W 27th Ave

Phone Booth on 36th Street; Elaine Gayle at the Travelers on r ha

36th Street; and Charlie Austin at the Hampton House. . I
Hubert Knight and wife, Reatha, enjoyed the show at the Jun-

kanoo in Nassau. That was their,first trip over and they say it $\J1Ss .\l.f.Sott\ \l.S c.offf.f.fttf.S FISH
sure will not be the last ... The Marvels open the Castaways oo ,
tonight. . Ernest Hayes and yours truly playing in the base- Temple Add
ball players national tournament at Miami Springs this week- ALWAYS COME HUNGRY FOR A TREAT
end. Joe Black is playing in this one too. Plenty happening in
our town, so enjoy. That is it for this week. Till the next one I J. D. MACK OWNERI




10 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 7, 1969 I

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Officers for the Junior Class were chosen last week, they

INSIDE CENTRAL WALLS are: Paul Sands, president; Gloria Thompson vice president;
Jacquline Moss secretary; Lettie Gooding assistant secre-

What triggered the violence at Central last Thursday? Why tary; Brenda McCray, treasurer; Beatrice Mclver chaplin;
t a ;' sergeant-at-arms and Helen Williams
Milton Daily, ; parliamentarian
did thirty black students stage a violent demonstration when
they had agreed to a meeting to discuss their demands in the ,
next hour? What happened in a short time lapse of about fifteen The Stern-Mercadal Viola-Guitar Duo gave a concert Mon
students of the music department. The duo
day for was being
minutes that changed the attitudes of those who submittedthe
dumaid.5: ? presented by the First Federal Savings and Loan Company

Rumors are plentiful as to what touched off the violent demonstration Northwestern's sophomore wrestling team won fourth place,
Central. Friday at Stevens High in Ft. Lauderdale.The Bulls being the
: at Miami Some say C. T.Taylor -
10 TV cameraman, wanted a local story on student unrest. only first year team invited, got 40 points which was surpris-
Others say U. B. S. students from Miami-Dade the Univer- ?, .. inly good for a first year team.
sity of Miami helped promote it.Still others claim an incidentin The Bulls Journey to West Palm Beach was a rewardingone.
the Campus Shop across the street from the school over the:; They defeated Roosevelt by a score of 89-87. With two
removal of pinball machines. seconds left to play Barry Thompson made the winning bas-

Attendance cards poured into the office hundreds at a time. ket.
Less than one third of the school was present and only a very Billiard High fell to Northwestern Saturday night at North-
small percentage of white students.(These whites were ignorantof western gym The high-point men of the game were Johnny
a meeting held the previous day.) The halls were literally I Haslem, Eddie Brown and James Snell each scoring 24 points.
empty but very peaceful compared to last Thursday's violence ; The score was 95-83 giving the team their 16th victory.

that hospitalized two, injured several others and turned the I i .. This week games include Friday night with the unranked
school out a half day. uiW411 Jackson's Generals at Northwestern and Saturday the Bulls

This was Monday morning the second of February a record Week will travel to meet John F. Kennedy.
breaking day of absences that will always be remembered in Sod SUtIA 01/ The Girl Councilors are sponsoring a victory dance in the

the history of Miami Central High School. What will make this gym, come on out and do your thing.
day remembered is why these students were absent. Wearing the natural look as it should be worn is
Sunday February 1,the white students of Miami Central met good looking good cooking Joyce Wharton of the - -_.- \ ,

at Greynolds Park. At this meeting, organized and conductedby General squad. Joyce Is the daughter of Mrs.
white student leaders they accused the administration of Dorothy Wharton of 1938 NW 44th Street. She is a
coddling the black students. They sought to overcome their member of the Tri-Hi- Visionettes and the Art JacksonJottings
inferiority complexes by not showing up for class on Monday Honor Society. The pretty coed wants to be a fash-

morning. Organization and student leadership led the white ion designer. 8
students to a successful, and most important a peaceful boy- ; Y

cott.Being +
a black Central student I admit shame for lacking
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such leadership and organization and chagrin for not beingin 771\\I \..\
desperately attendance needed.on this particular day when these qualities were Raider Reportsby <

Central black students held an intended peaceful demonstration CHRIS BATES
last Thursday. A list of demands was handed to PrincipalDan ::::::n ::: ::::1:: : :::::: :::::::::::: FEATURING A JACKSONITE .'. -.--

Wagner who In turn handed them to the assistant principalwho Thespians Troop No. 8 (of has planned an introductory RAWN KEARSON: Rawn, better known as "Rat" Is thoughtof
In turn handed them to a black administrator. Black stu- Edison) had an outing Friday assembly on drug dangers for to be one of the happiest faces at Miami Jackson. Rawn is
dents interpreted Mr. Wagner's actions as a wish that they January 31 to the Byron Theatre the last week in the month of presently the treasurer of the band and is In Junior Classical
would soon be handed into a nearby trash can. How were we to see the Lion In Winter. March. The assembly will feature League, Interact Service club,. along with being Junior Miss
to know better? The trip was chaperoned by noted authorities on drug Sweetheart and the wittiest senior superlative. A 16-year-old
The list primarily included the desire for a black cosme- the dram coach and star Miss use and abuse. The committeehas senior,he has decided to make a career of the Air Force.
tology Instructor courses in black history and qualified instructors Ann Long. Comments made arranged for a student Liking a girl that is fine, foxy, short, and cute, his motto is
to teach the courses and more black counselors about the film were varying, from one of the local high "Do unto others. . "
At the fourth hour of the school day a meeting was held in but all seemed to agree that it schools to come and speak at Cloud Nine was what was happening Thursday night In the
the gym. Administrators and students adjourned for lunch at was an outstanding motion pic- the assemblyabouthisexperi- auditorium. Tickets sold out and many were unable to see the
11:30: and set a resuming time for the fifth hour.At approximately ences with drugs. show. Soulful Jimmy Griffin hosted and MC'd the show which
11:45 violence broke out in the school's cafeteria. Herewe ture.Well, rehearsals have been A parent and Interested citi- was really a success. Al and the Soul Pleasers provided a
have a lapse of fifteen minutes that cannot be accountedfor. underway for the musical pro- zens committee has been little bit of beat to which many singers and dancers performed. -

During this ,short period of time, something triggered a duction "Guys and Dolls."The formed to study the issue con- Everyone was there from Aretha Franklin (Juanita De-
gregarious group of some thirty black students who rampagedthe cast Sky-Charles Fortson; cerning the building of a new shazior) to James Brown (Harold Cooper). The Everlastings,
school cafeteria. Sarah-Brenda Mashack; school In 1972. The committee a professional singing group sang and danced to Get Ready."
Fear erupted the campus. All hopes for a peaceful demon- Nicely Nicely Johnson-George feels it is the obligation of all Thoughts of Otis Redding lingered as Wellington Curtis and
stration were shattered and attempts of the whites who caredto Ingraham; Rusty Charlie- people concerned with good Larry Minnings performed "In These Arms Of Mine." The
carefully pronounce our race name were unfortunately exhausted Christopher Bates; Arvide- education to see that a com- Exotics (Stacy Hill and Wilfred Rolle)displayed their talent by
and we were re-labeled our nickname which was much Priscilla Leverity and a host pletely new and modern high doing an exotic dance to the music presented by another band
easier for them to pronounce.The of others. school be erected so the very "The Oceanllners." John McMinn, a saxophone: specialist
alluring messages of the more militant students had The Junior Class Is planningto best education Is provided.The entertained with his quintet playing "Spooky."
won out. Any minor pleas of non-violence were unheard of and launch the annual Magazine Red Raider basketball Along with the vast number of talent on campus, we are
few if any were preached. A bewildered and frightened principal Drive to raise funds for the team is having weeks of proud to have the"Tor-Rons" a professional singing and dance
had no alternative but to dismiss the perturbed school Senior Prom and Banquet.The sweeping victories over some group. The group consists Sheila Outler, lead singer; Marva
immediately. He too' was saddened that the tentative demon- Magazine Drive will be held of Miami's top teams.We Jackson, group leader; Shirley Jackson, and Margie Jackson.
stration failed, and sort room for the free outlook of actions during the days of Feb. 10-18. would like to congratulate the The Tor-Rons are presently affiliated with the Continental,
that he would have to take at this sensitive time. Please support the junior team on their victories and Top Cat, and the World night clubs. Recently performing at
class when one of their repre- say, keep up the good work. Northwestern along with the famous Reflections, the girls
Only thirty black students participated in thisvlolent demonstration sentatives calls on you. Seniors of the weekare:An- started singing at the National Guard Armory. WMBM Disc
and only five or six were directly involved It has become The Narcotics committee dresa Davis and James Flagg. Jockey Horace Straws has been Inspiring these young ladiesto
a to me how not but five took
mystery thirty boys overa continue In the entertainment world. Mayyouhave the best
school of nineteen hundred. This thirty was not representative :- of luck and success in the future.
of all black students at Miami Central.And I wonder how 1 Drum
I majors for the year 69-70 have been selected. The
many whites realize that there were 570 other blacks who tookno FASHION CLOTHIERS unanimous decision
depicts John McMinn head drum major,
part in the violence. I was shocked when a female teacher Glenn
Duncan as first assistant and captain and John Holidayas
told me that both women and men ran from the cafeteria in
I second assistant. We have done "GeneralSoul
our own thing.
fear of their lives. I
MEN'S CLOTHING Survey" question is -What's a cloud nine? Linda Squire
Now, when it Is a little matter the black students are told a "Cloud nine Is like you in your own world. Passing cloud 7
that such requests as listed In their bill of demands have beena : Name into a psychedelic happening."
: Brands At
familiarity with the school board for over a year. Again I :: Michael Williams: "it's like uh. .out there. Letting your-
ask, how were we to know? { DISCOUNT PRICES { self go free having nothing to bother you."

Leaser Williams: "Cloud 9 is an from Some-
Like myself a large majority of the students have come to >> where to escape reality. "
go during a time of confusion and disappointment.
the conclusion that our primary problem In relations at Cen- MEN'S FURNISHINGS >
Godfrey Powell "It's
: the sweetest feeling. Like being chosen
tral Is a lack of communication How are we supposed to know wrestler of the week."
these things If the administration doesn't think enough t-) tell } SUITS-SPORTCOATS { Rosalind
Smith: Cloud 9 Is LSD or anything that has to do
us? Is it that they consider us continuous little beggars with with
: dope.
constant desires for wants and not needs? Have they not : SLACKS :: "Be
yourself until next "
studied the list of demands realized that things like a black ti } week.
cosmetology teacher are Important to somebody's career? N RETAIL & LI: --

Don't they care, even a little? WHOLESALEFREE
Placing the cause or blame for Incidents like this is unde- N '} MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

sirable and difficult. But do you honestly feel that Miami Cen- ti MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

tral Senior High School would be In this predicament today If r; ALTERATIONS Jj APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
.the black students had the slightest Idea that the administration -
was actually trying to obtain the few little things that mean THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.

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I MIAMI TIMES. 1969 11


I Ex-CORE chief James L. hunting." in the new Republican admin grams involving community on aides in the Justice Department gram under Sargent Shriver.
I Farmer has been talking with Farmer's statement appeared istration. Nixon and his top development, including soma "but I can't say that but Rep. Adam Clayton Powell
J officials of the Nikon administration to confirm otherre- aides have had trouble: recruiting anti-poverty programs which I was under consideration for (D., N. Y. ) opposed the program -
I recently about high ports that Robert H. Finch, leading Negroes. may be transferred from the a job." and it was never ap-
post In the Health, Educationand Nixon's secretary of HEW, George Romney, secretary of office of economic opportunityto proved.In .
Welfare department. would appoint him assistant housing i and urban develop- HEW.. Farmer, 49, has spent mostof
"rve been in discussionswith secretary. Farmer has said ment, appointed two Negro assistant But Farmer refused to con- his adult life in civil rights
people In HEW," Farmer he has a high regard for Finch secretaries last week, firm this, saying again he did work. He headed CORE, one 1968, Farmer, ran for
said at his New York home." and now serves on the secre- but neither has the prominenceof not want to reveal details of of the nation's oldest and Congress in Brooklyn a Republican -
"But Fm not prepared at the tary's advisory council. Farmer. the talks he has had with Nix- largest civil rights organiza- and was defeated by
moment to discuss in detail If Farmer is appointed to the Reports from Washingtonsaid on officials. tions, until 1966. He resignedto Mrs. Shirley Chisholm, who
those discussions. post, he will be the most Finch wanted to nuke He confirmed there had been administer an antipoverty became the nation's first Ne-
) "See, Fm not exactly Job prominent? black man to serve Farmer head of HEW pro earlier discussions with Nix literacy and Job-training pro- gro congresswoman.


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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969 13

Fight Dangerous Drugs Week" ,..',.".., ,, v;, --
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To Involve 138,000 School KidsA r 3 Via.J .

countywide campaign, lice in Dade County. Instruction.
mobilizing 138,000 junior and According to Crime Com- Delivery through bulk mail
senior high school age child- mission President Arthur E. ing of the 12 page pamphlet
ren In Dade County, will be Huttoe, all municipalities in will be aided by the Parent
climaxed by the Crime Com- Dade County will be asked to Teachers Association and E
mission of Greater Miami witha proclaim Feb. 16 22 as various community groups.
"Fight Dangero us Drugs "Fight Dangerous Drugs Huttoe said addressing of
Week" Feb. 16 22. Week." the pamphlets by students ? If .b }1 Wi r .

The press, radio and tele- should be completed by Feb. t4
Each pupil in the public and, vision will be asked to remind 7th and mailing of the 138,000
parochial schools, grades 7 parents to look for the pam- pieces is scheduled for com-
through 12 will be asked to
phlets and to heed its warn- pletion by February 17th. ,
personally address at school r.
one of the Crime Commis- ings.The i
sion's pamphlet, prepared by "With this extensive pro- aeTRAVEL
graphic pamphlets th Women's Division of the ject," said Huttoe, ."we hopeto
"What Every parent Should Crime Commission in con- emphasize to parents in no
Know About Drugs" to his or Junction with the Crime Com- uncertain terms the dangersof .(
parents. The pamphlets mission itself drugs. Most
was printed as teenagers know
will teacherstol818mem-then be mailed to parentsand a public service by the Miami what they are about but the kids AGENTS ATTEND "YELLOWBIRD" GATHERING Local
Herald and its content was ap- need their parents help es- ,
bers of the Dade County Medi- proved by the Dade County pecially. We pray that each travel agents were guests of Northeast Airlines recently for an agency intro
cal Association and distributed Medical Association and the and every parent will read the I duction party at the DuPont Plaza Hotel. Northeast has geared its 1969 cam-
to ed to the more 3000 po Dade County Board of Public (pamphlet." I paign to help travel agents sell the Yellowbird's "total man" theme Shown

'above are: left to right, Charlotte Wild, Continental Travel; Bonnie Stirrup,

North Travel; Charles North, North Travel; Joe Smyth, Northeast Airlines;

and Stanley Wild, Continental Travel.

... i

UM: To Work With Cultural Center GroupAt I

an all day work shop of the University, and will be A. L. Freundlich, Dr. G. Di-
b) Thursday ,the Cultural Center carried out through the effortsof Filippi, Emil Gould, Ed Graf-
group of the New Miami Ac- graduate students. This, of ton, Alfred Browning Parker,
tion Committee of the Greater course, is further evidence of Alvah H. Chapman, Jr., and
Miami Chamber Commerce the University's continuing involvement others.
established a working relationship in the growth and The suggested survey was
with the Universityof future of our community. the outcome of the workshop
Miami, for the purpose of to spearhead actionforde-
Bill Colson, chair man of the
undertaking an inventory and velopment of cultural facilities -
an analysis of cultural facilities committee said these cultural in the Greater Miami
; ,,.,rlllerf
e and needs in Dade County. committee work shops are area. Dr. Freundlich's study
.. The study will be conducted by necessary to continue the cultural and recommendations, when
A al S Dr. ''A. L. Freundlich, direc- impetus of our great city. completed, will be made available -
t tor of the Lowe Art Museum Among the members of the to city and government
group in attendance were Dr. ottle I h: .

Get To Know
Call or Write Now for Our

.. LeagueThe PRE-EASTER

HAZLEHURST, MISSISSIPPI Young Bobble Gilmore 'was one of a League of Women Vot-

Hazlehurst family of 15 whose home was picked up by a tornado on January Wednesday ers will hold, February an orientation 12, on at BUNNY HOP

.23rd and dropped in a nearby pond. American Red'Cross disaster worker Mrs. 9:45 a.m. in the Eastern Airlines I

Edith Robinson of the Central I Mississippi Red Cross chapter, talks with auditorium, LeJeune Rd :

Bobbie while her minor injuries are checked at one of five Red Cross sheltersset and NW 36th St. (parking will I 5 DAYS -4 NIGHTSin
be available at gate 5). : beautiful SANTO DOMINGO,
up for tornado victims in this and other nearby communities. Dominican RepublicALL
The orientation, in additionto
I being presented for new ..... EXPENSE: $196.70
Negro Manufacturing Company GetsI members, is also open to all .' ., -Leave Miami Monday, March 31, 2 p.m.
I interested women who would 'P.A.A Flight #235

National Distribution ;like to discover the Impor- Depart Santo Domingo Friday, April 4, 9:25 a.m.
tant role League plays in the Sponsored by Tour Department
Officials of the Cannolene lotion, a i natural hair sheen packaging techniques. (community, state and nation.
Company, a Negro-owned spray, and natural easy comb "He worked closely with us Members will also discuss North's Travel BureauPHONE .
manufacturer of hair'products hair spray, which Mr. Cannon in all phases of our operations, j how study items are selectedand
predict the company says have Joined the hair products and because of his genuine in- : concensus is reached. : 379-8451 (305 AC)
will top the l-mlllioQ sales line in some Woolworth terest and cooperation,we are. MAKE RESERVATION NOW
mark in 1969 with the help of stores. doing a most rewarding business For further information (Deadline February 25th) .
national retail chains that give "We have the most modern with the F.Woolworth contact Mrs. Michael Felder,
support. machines available In our stores today," the Cannolene at 945-5708. Social, Civic, Fraternal Organizations
Robert 0.Cannon,president plant in Atlanta and have created representative said. Especially/ Invited
of the firm, expressed grati- the type of attractive packaging _.
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tude to one of the leading that,Is so necessary -
chains, F.W.Woolworth Company today," Mr.Cannonsald.
for its "candid sugges- "After proving to the, Wool-
tions" for improvement of worth Compay that we could
packaging and merchandising meet all requirements, not
generally. only packaging, but also dependable Soul
"They gave us the confidence delivery and service,
to gamble with our dollars we were treated in the same .
he said. "We developed manner as any other company.
attractive packaging for our They did not imply that they
line of hair products, with were extending us any special
Woolworth in mind as an out- consideration in fosteringNegro
purpose of Champburger is you. To give you a clean, beautiful
let, and our sales last year entrepreneurship. They
were 300 per cent ahead of are merchandisers.and this place to bring your family for good food. To make life in our

1967.The" Cannolene Company, you The need.CannoleneCompanyhasworked neighborhood a bit more pleasant. And delicious. ..WI AM THEOMATESTII"

located in Atlanta, Ga., man- out a way for studentsat V .J
ufactures a line of 13 different a vocational school in At- ,

beauty products for the lanta to reap some of the benefits / 1 , .
ethnic market in the Southandin from their new line,"Tne -
major metropolitan centers Mystery of Black." The company 7 ,
around the country, backing it signed a contract with the :, :,
up with strong print advertis- students to manufacture the .
ing programs, and last year distinctive bags for their cologne -
with national TV network commercials and after shave lotionin
The products Include the evenings, while going to ; Champburgerlf
hair conditioners, scalp school by day.William .t
ointment, hair creams and R. Giles, of East

shampoo, The company also Orange, N. J., manufacturer's: ... .. The First Champlnirger Restaurant
markets a special home per- representative for the Canno ., 62nd Street and Northwest 17th Avenue, Miami
manent curl relaxer kit. lene Company, praised the ef- Aa' : ', j 11 I a.m. to I a.m. Sunday through Thursday. ..-
Recently, the company introduced forts of J. H.Swon,Woolworth ;
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday' .; '.,
to the market a new buyer of hair products and t\1" .
line, called "The Mystery of other toiletries, for giving the> 1 .
Black," which includes a I company an invaluable-
men's cologne and after shave ;sight" into merchandising


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I Young Men Find Futures At LEAP I

LEAP the Labor Education were would ., ,...' . .. ,. .
saying they ac- vices for "NewCareers/'an- '; :v : 1" : " '" '
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Advancement Program, has cept black and other minority other in conjunctionwith ,\" <''.'' '' 4'1 ;;";>( '.J \ .,
program ; ; r'?;' \,
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. opened its doors in Miami.Its applicants, but they claimed the U. S. Department of J'f-. '};'; t V'::' : <' ,> ",, '
job is to find qualified recruits they 'weren't getting any who Labor at DPI.. "The aim t< c:, ;( i..:.'',. ;"\,.: ;; .,<.; : "
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among the city's minority qualified." LEAP'S Job, in effect there" he said, "was to train ,, 1.,'''',,"\ J. \< \ t, ..\ '" ." ,,'.
populations -- largely Negro, is to find a screen pros- and place 130 hard-core un- i;.' , : .
some Cuban and other Spanish pective applicants, introduce employables in human ser-
speaking nationals -- and them to organized labor, then vices capacities."
place them in training Jobs place them in union Jobs and He went on to explain that
with the local trade unions. provide the needed supportive. this group Is not the target of
An active coalition of rep services. LEAP'S search. Nearly all of
resentatives from the Urban LEAP, therefore Is what the trade unions require a high
League and the Building and Mr. Jennings calls nucleus school education, and blue.
Construction Trade Council for labor and the community." collar workers frequentlyneed
is making LEAP work. CalvinE. Mr. Jennings the community a fairly sophisticatedlevel
Jennings is the ProjectDi- counterpart in LEAP, of mathematics andEnglish -
rector and the Urban League brings to ths program sev- as well as mechanical
member of the team. His As- eral years of experience help aptitude and imagination. An
sociate director is Hubert ing young men find and hold apprentice serves a probationary
Traxel, president of the Pipe- Jobs. As an industrial Educa- period when he first ,rwM.d ii S p ier
fitters Local and union liaison tion teacher in Cleveland, he goes to work, and must then
for LEAP. Mrs. CarmenDou- spent his evenings and week. prove himself to be a reliable .
brechat,as administrative sec- end counseling teenagers in steady worker. He also must
retary, brings to LEAP a valuable an effort to curb Juvenile delinquency have the perseverance to go
year's experience from His work drew the through the lengthy application
the Baltimore LEAP, one of attention of the Urban League, and testing procedures,
the nation's first programs. and soon they asked him to and be willing to start at a low
In the onetime store that now Join the Miami office as Associate beginning salary with the -
serves as LEAP'S Miami Director in charge of promise of higher wages and
headquarters, Mr. Jennings Economic Development Job security in the future.As The advisory committee for LEAP, consisting of labor, management and I
explained the reasons for a Employment.Just community liaison, Mr. other interested citizens meet at the LEAP office.
Labor EducationAdvancement prior to initiatingLEAP Jennings arranges LEAPstaff
Program. four years in Miami, Mr.Jenningswas visits to schools, churches, civil rights groups, employ-
ago," he said, "the unions in charge guidance ser- community organizations, ment services, and any other
civic and social group
through which he might find a
channel to young men in aboutan

f f < L.gR'1'f 18 to 26 age bracket. He
looks not only for men who arc
IMWr .i .e s1P 9 R4 ) d
+Yt s i A unemployed, but thosewboare"Wlderemployed"
.. that is,
they are capable of doing more
and earning more.

As a by-product, Mr. Jen-
nings explained that LEAP
may find men who are already
skilled at a trade, but not
members of the union. If their
skill and qualifications are
high, they may be eligible to
4J take an examination and Join Calvin Jennings, director of LEAP, and two

the union at the Journeymen'slevel. prospective apprentices, Gary Ferguson and Carl1'
But the primary searchis of I
for apprentices.Some Johnson. discuss the opportunities apprenticeship. -

x of the LEAP recruits,
The apprenticeearns the unions open their books for
in fact, may well be men who
had previously attempted to earns two an hour when applicants, and nearly 150 men
apply to apprenticeship pro- he joins the union, and spends have been processed by the,
grams. But they had been discouraged four years in training. But at LEAP office
by the waiting the end of the time he is a skilled
craftsman or Journeyman, LEAP serves as an "Out-
periods and the difficulty of
assembling ,necessary documents and his salary is then more reach for Labor" and netted'nationally
such birth than five' dollars an hour. roughly 1500 place,
as resumes
Dr. Johnnie Jones, principal of Drew Middle School is director of the certificates and high school, ments during a year's opera-
of LEA P's goal, for its first tion. There are fifty such offices -
Tutorial Program for LEAP. Dr. Jones is shown instructing a group pros- diplomas.Not .
year of operation In Miami, is In cities across the nation --
pective apprentices in a math refresher course. only does LEAP test '
to introduce to 300 men the requirements which find the unions!
Another instructor Miss Shirley Moore, a specialist in math, is a teacherin each man for his qualifications and advantages of seeking apprentices in con-

the Dade County School system. In addition to math and English, test and aptitude that might guide union membership. And they junction with community organizations -
psychology is emphasized. At various times, trade specialists are brought in him to a particular craft, but must find apprentice positionsfor The Urban
it offers him training to build a minimum of thirty of League sponsors 23 of the programs
to speak on the many craft opportunities.f up any educational defici- these men. The applicants who ,. and another major

encies and counsels him as to , the requirements ,sponsor is the Workers' De-
what.he tan expect Mien he' ren lceshiP refer fense League .Staff salariesand
Jar p are
Youth Corps Trainee Steps Up -- faces the union's interviews, red '.to'other agencies more operational:costs are paid

I and tests. likely to be able to meet their by grants from the U. S. Department -

Toward CareerCathleen The follow-up work is Just needs. of Labor.
as important as the initial stepof
Coachman age 20 "She was shy at first and. r Introducing a man to the Miami's LEAP office is only LEAP is an Investment in
of 3143 NW 53rd St. is takinga didn't talk much," says receptionist t trade unions .. once in a union a few months old, and due to potential -- both in helping
giant step toward the future Al Capasso, who taught LEAP would like to see lengthy application proce- young men work up to their
this week. Cathy, who has a her how to sort the hundreds that he stays there. Mr. Jennings dures they can record only a highest skill and salary levels,
high school diploma, is leav- of letters that flow through the also said that the successful few actual placements to date. and in providing the trade un-
ing her Job as a clerical assistant . office each week. Gradually, y apprentice, may turn But Mr. Traxel reports that ions with a valuable and rela-
to train for a career as she came to feel she belonged.Now :w out to be an effective recruiter. -. eleven more men are on tap, tively untapped source of la-
as IBM_operator __ when Al says, "good Y A LEAP sponsored apprentice ready to go to work whenever bor.
morning co-worker! She responds -
may be invited to talk I
with a big smile, and to new groups of prospective URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES:
she can give or take a ribbing apprentices during their
with the best of them. L. E. /. P. 1112 NW 62nd r-758-5551
Cathy says she liked her LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
work at the Social Security office 9'J! "After he becomes an apprentice 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693.4302
but realizes that it was JANETTE GREEN ," said Mr. Traxel,
only a step toward a business thing that will help me get a ."the union takes over his OPERATION EQUALITY
career. "I started to think really good Job." schooling." Mr. Traxel explained 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268:
about my future," she says, As Cathy leaves,a new youth that an apprentice is 2338 All Baba Avenue 685-0342
"and about earning more corps trainee is stepping into an on-the-job trainee -- he 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358.2226
E9 money. Now, with the help of her place at the Social Security learns[ his craft while actually 6740 NW 15th Avenue 691-3811
CEP, she will enroll fora Office. ,She is Janet Green, working at it and being paid for COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP' DEVELOPMENT
course In IBM machine opera age 18. If she follows Cathy's his work. In addition tospend- 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264,
tion at Charron-W1l1iams Col example, Janet's '1s'aJlother Ing weekdays at the Job site, -,..
CATHLEEN COACHMANLast lege. CEP will pay tier tuition success story in the making., the apprentice attends evenIngs CITIZENS CORPS
6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302
summer,soon after the t and a salary of $45 a week Cathy's advice to others Is, and/or week-end classes ...
new Social Security office t while she's learning her new "strive for today, and reach operated by the union in apprenticeship -. 'FAMILY PLANNING
opened in the ModelCityarea,I skill. "That's not much'pay," for a higher goal tomorrow." schools connected 4638 NW 27th Avenue 6332573I
the neighborhood youth corps I says Cathy, "but at the end of She certainly lives up to her with the State Board of Edu-

sponsored a Job for her there. five months, Pll know some- own philosophy cation. .-.;',-

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969 _.._. _.,__ i
Kershaw And Range

Highlight FAMU

Women's Week Observance

:? Women as a positive Force in
fYA d
j Today's Society" is the themeof
\ the Annual Women's Week
I Observance held at Florida
A&M University, February 2

through 6th. ..
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BEFOREL the week Include: Monday-
iMtY ... , "
N N l d1 Y
seminar from 9 12 noon
in Perry Paige Auditoriumwith
Rep. Kershaw as speaker. -
Coconut "'
( Tuesday seminar from
z.. 'r.- 9 a.m. to 12 noon in Perry I
u .. Paige Auditorium with Mrs.
Grove "b Ai r I-.. y% upaan
KERSHAW Range as speaker.A .
Joseph L. Kershaw, FAMU banquet will be held Tues-
Does Care alumnus and the first black day night in the Orange Roomof
representative to the Florida the University Commonswith
Yti State Legislature, Mrs Atha- Mis. Perry as the main
The two pictures above list- s
ed as "before" and "after" 4 tk lie Range, first black womanto speaker. Wednesday night will
indicate that the,youths of all become a member of the be "game night" in the Grand
black communities such as it'r City Commissioner: in Miami t, Ballroom from 7 p.m to 9 j
Coconut Grove have found timeto : j and Mrs. B. L, Perry, Jr., p.m., and the Women's Week I
care about their communities. first lady of the FA MIT cam- activities will come to a close i
During their spare time, pus, will be guest speakers Thursday night with a Memorial i
many have joined in the fightin during the five day session. to Mrs. Irene Ed-
combatting slum conditionsin Open house in the women monds, former associate pro-
the Coconut Grove area with EALPictured dormitories will be Sundayfor fessor of speech and drama,
voluntary cleanup work two hours beginning at 3 at 7 p.m. in Charles Winter I
p.m. The activities for the rest Wood Theater
Since the visit of Mayor - I I
Clark and the city commis- _._ .
-- -- Miami Ads Don't Cost
sioners, much has been donein above from left to right are just some of the young people who I}

ous cleaning city departments up the area.such Vari-as found time to volunteer their help in the slum cleanup campaign. They are : They Pay i I

Health and Sanitation, the Clarence Patterson, Saul Green, Houston Marshall, Charlie Coleman I and Sam iI
Florida Hotel and Restaurant Cottle.tor .
Commission and the Housingand Vernon Stokes, in enforc- The Miami Times intendsto
Urban Development, have ing codes and laws pertainingto show weekly the result of
Joined forces under the coor- housing violations and un- this massive cleanup cam-
dination of EOPI area direc- sanitary conditions. paign.:

Carefree electric clothes drying

makes permanent press

ready to wear.

A flameless electric dryer knows how to handle your clothe;s It relaxes)
wrinkles out of permanent press garments. so they're ready to put right on. !!>
Saves you hours of dreary ironing I And the rest of your wash! comes out ",

perfect,too tumbled dry until it's fluffy, soft and In'!sh looking!! ,.:';;1:":"

You can dry come rain or shine day or niht!| at yum ('ol1vtmiQnr.u"I'j : :!i''I""':
You won't have to lift, lug and hang J three tons of wet wash a year, And the,:.'M'1'i!!!:;:; '
sun never gets a chrnco: to fade colors or to yellow your white thinus ,;',

An electric dryer costs less to buy , '\'!)
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS Dr. Walter Cooper (center), an Eastman less to use . less for maintenance
Kodak research associate in the Phototheory Research Lab, has received the And you enjoy peace of mind, with
Distinguished Alumni Service Award from Washington and Jefferson college. no flame no pilot light, no flue

Dr.Cooper was honored for his work with the anti-poverty program in Rochester There's no match for flameless ,a t' -
electric .does so much, '
N. Y., and the New York State Advisory committee, U. S. Civil Rights costs so little I t ywwMCE.i
commission. With Dr. Cooper are Kenneth M. Mason, also a W & J alumnus
and thesales manager in the New York City area for Kodak's Motion Pictureand x
Education Markets, and R. Boyd C. Patterson, president of the college.NPI '
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Find out what the law says.Write: Fair HousingWashingtonD.C.20410

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Junior High School Launch I I Opa-Locka Youth Found Dead I BUYING

Found dead upon the floor of she was popularly known,
"Project You"Junior her home, 16531 NW 18th Pl., graduated from North Miami you business have ?your own

Opa-locka, by her sister Beach senior high school and Lot the white community
high schools in the teachers complemented the Adreain Bethel, 18, was pert was a student at Miami-Dade know you are herol Th.
Northwest District are now program by serving as speakers Sandra Bethel 20, whose sudden junior college. She was a Florida Council on Human
actively involved in the pre- and as teacher for today." and untimely passing wasa member of St. Phillips Catho- Rotations Is compiling a
sentation of "Project You." Mrs. Marguerite Miller is shock to friends and com- lic Church and a popular mem- directory of black In businesses the
and services
This organized effort between assistant principal for gui- munity. The cause was a seizure ber of the younger set. great.r Miami area. The
guidance and various subject dance-curriculum and Mr. which proved fatal. \\i ,j directory will b. distributed
areas began Monday,Jan.27thin Charles D. Wyche Is principalat The deceased, daughter of .,.t I; Rosary services will be held to Interested groups and
all Junior high schools in this school. Rufus Bethel Jr. and Bernice .a It' :' ., at Range Funeral Home Friday Individuals who or. now
the county and will culminate Dr. Catherine Y. Walton, Johnson-Bethel, was the sec ':. '' : night, Feb. 7. Funeral not Informed about the ex
Friday, Feb 7th. pupil personnel coordinator, ond of three girls. An older ijI"I J'l": J.', .<;I"'V'", "i'l" ".';,:r.,,, services will be conducted n.Istonco..... If of you block wish bust to b.
"Project You" is designedto and Mrs. Alice D. Harrison, sister Lona 21, a senior at ; ;: ;,; 1 .j.'I' < Saturday, Feb. 8 at 4 p.m., at listed, call Mrs. Luykx at
assist eighth grade students district guidance specialist in Florida A&M University, was IJ!. ' ;" ) J ; St. Phillips Catholic Church, 667. 951 or Mrs. AshUy at

with their educational and vo- the Northwest district report away in college. .41" ,. ,. m 1i.,} with Interment in Lincoln Me- 2740150.
cational planning. It attemptsto that junior high schools In this Born in Miami, "Sandy" as ;,,I'I.,*".t\I'\ "..t; h. .1.: morial Park cemetery.. (Indtf)

make students realize the district are working hard toward -

Importance of a continuous reaching the goals of United Negro College Fund I................,.......,.................,.'...,.......,.....................,.......V....._ ............,
plan for an educational pro- "Project You" with such ex-
not only throughout high Just complete this coupon and mail to i
gram, periences as they are provid-
school but throughout a life- ing for students through their Hits $6,943,773added The Miami Times 1

time.In Individual program. The United Negro College Mr. Champion, "offer 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla.33147 l' .
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schools in the Northwest Fund has announced that it received black men and women a chance \
District, there is evidence that the record sum of $6- -and often their only chance ( ) One year $5.00 ,' .:
much planning has been done f.t f. 943,773 during the 1968 cam- to obtain high-calibre col- '. ',
( ) Payment
toward implementing this pro- paign.Of lege education" j. j
The uniqueness of manyof .'
gram. this amount, $5,957,000was In outlining further detailsof i
in these .
the programs .
schools Indicates that the contributed for the cur- the campaign Dr. Stephen, :: NAME .:: '.._ ;
rent operating expenses, J. Wright, president of the
creativity and talents of gui- $311,307 for special programs Fund, noted corporate support ADDRESS i
dance personnel as well as
$316,466 in the formof increased substantially. He
teachers have been fully uti- legacies and bequests, also reported that gifts came CITY
lized in this effort. t L"'Mr $347,000 representing the final from over 65,000 individuals i S
The daily telelessons which payments on pledges to the and organizations.The j STATE ZIP

were prepared by the County Capital Development Campaign \ .'............................... .............................................
Guidance, SocialStudies, I begun in 1963, and$11- money raised through
Language Arts and Library 000 for other purposes. the Fund's nationwide appealfor
staffs are followed up by such George Champion chair- current operating expen-
Guarantee BRAND NEW
activities as: discussions, man of the board of the Chase ses will be used by the pri- 5 yr. Service .
speaker, dramatizations, Manhattan 'Bank, and last vate, fully accredited, pre- VACUUM CLEANER
role-playing and field trips. year's national campaign dominantly Negro member- 0
An example of outstanding chairman and treasurer for colleges and universitiesto @ '
programs in junior high joining te staff- of- North'sTravel the Fund, reported that the total help sustain teachers sala- $1850
schools in the Northwest: Dis- in its new location at income during the cam- ries, buy essential teaching
trict is that at North Dade Jr. 6105 NW 7th Ave., will be paign year represented a gainof equipment, strengthen library
High School. Involved in such Marie F. Brown, wife of Dr. $1,352,000 over 19C7-and holdings and bolster scholar- ** 7 ft. hose Free Home Demonstration
activities as classroom and John 0. Brown, ophthalmologist. the largest annual increase. ship programs for more than Uph.Rug attachment No Obligation
small group discussions were Her speciality will be the Fund's 25-year history. 27,000 needy students. Ext wands
resource persons representing handling all individual and The increase in contribu- Crevice tool CALL-625-12 61
During the past25 years,the
business, education and group tours. tions to the Fund will help to Fund has distributed over$100 ABBEY DOMESTIC 15982 N. W. 27th Avenue
community agencies. Speakers She trained at Lindsey Hop meet the high cost of educationand million to assist its member
include Miss Janice May- kins for this position with :increase the educational colleges and universities.
cock, stewardess, and Miss Charles North, to.fulfill her opportunities for the 42,000 .
Barbara Burket, Eastern desire to learn the travel busi' students enrolled in the Fund's36member .. Jf. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. . . ...

Airlines; Miss Louise Riely, ness. We can now offer you colleges and uni- iI
Louise Riley's Finishing and added service Anywhere in versities."I ..
Modeling: Academy; Mr. Ray- the world", through North's feel," said Mr. Cham- iI
mon Thornton, director of Travel. pion, "that the significant rise it
Carver Branch YMCA and a Organizations considering in campaign income last year New name... ..
teacher at North Dade; Dr. group travel Interested in was due largely to the increased I.
Walter Beck, Miami Dade Jr. moving pictures and lectureson awareness and response of .
College; Miss Betty Barnes, any desired country or corporations, foundations,and iC
student, Florida Memorial group of countries may obtain individuals to the Fund's -1M ." :
College; Mrs. Zelma Peters this service by contactingMrs. appeal to support quality high .L New facilities...
and Miss M 0 IIi e Whitlock, Brown. She will help you er education for Negro youthas ... .
counselors, Miami Carol CitySr. plan for land, sea and air a means to closing the edu- .
High School; Mrs. Miriam tours, even for sightseeing cational and economic gap now ._ : :
Pratt, coordinator Federal right here in the Miami area. existing in our country. New spirit banking*
Guidance Project; Mr. Daniel It costs no more at North's. "The Fund's institutions,"
Francis, visiting teacher- Come in and get acquainted. K
counselor, Rainbow Park Ele- I> gj service to the :

mentary School. .

Mr. William Kelly, a 1962 I :* p ; ""?<* i community.lf : ... :
North Dade High School grad- $5 Down i
uate and an insurance consul- .
tant with Metropolitan Life .

Insurance Company, and Miss
Claudia Glover, a 1964 North .
a 'I
Dade High School graduate who 'T11

recently lor's Degree received from her Florida Bache- I \ ; igp a4w, ,. .

State University, were also

participants.In addition, the principal, liitJSPMfii iiife

assistant principal, librarians ,
counselors and -'> { 7'i f Y ., ,*m'!.\.1"' : : -t''? .'.' '.-.. .'!'"i;]%>',7,:': 'i fc'v-v.i;: ":">;-v:: ."/,:.'' :;i5sW;: <:; ?.1,-'- ' If

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GRAHAMBURDINE'SSCHOLARSHIP r! ",,,.It. : Ql3; f*%fa'm! ": :" ' '/;:;'TipIp/ l5 443l:

-- FUfrnerlx Lincoln Notional Bank erf Mi armi >
Thomas C.Wasmuth,chair-

man of the Board of Burdine'shas

established the"Graham- iC
Burdine's Scholarship Pro- TV'sFURNITURE .

gram" for five years for,two : dull Swiu 11 riAf .:

students to attend Florida Me- .

morial College.The 379-0900 : 10'All eke '1uple :

award is named after ,.I "'. .' ,'I.. ,' .A.
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Rav. Edward T. Graham, ,10 Jt" I .
PHONE BETWEEN 1 a.m. & p.m. J'I"I .
chairman of the Board of the Sundays Included '9' 0. .

College and whose 65th birth : : _.
day will be celebrated at the F&M -TV 'j "
iC I ; ,. J,. President
"Diamond Jubilee Plus Two"dinner ". "' ?;,' "'i< I'' : ; iC

at the Deauvllle Hotelon 425 E 9th St. Member Federal Reserve System I I, 'j ,( GARTH C. REEVES, SR. :

March 9th. Chairman for : Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairman.ol the Board iI
the dinner Is bankor, Leonard .. . . . 44 .. 4 . .. 44 .. . '. . . . 44KrIf4<



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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday February 7
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What We're Doing To Keep

Our Children Out Of Racism"Since \

the beginning of the enemy of racial peace. These
black revolutionblackde-f. studies seem to agree with
mands and tactics have Martin Luther King's conclu-
brought about'many reactions: sion that 'The American People
from he white population in are Infected with Ra
.the U. S. One of the most significant cism..
of those reactions may< How white groups and individuals
raP turn out to be the indictment' have begun to combat
of white society for the cur racism before it begins in
rent racial friction. In the white children is explored in

Kerner Commission Report on an article by Jim Ingram in the : "
nrt Civil Disorders and other studies February 8th issue of Detroit '
1b yt S } conducted by predomi- Scope Magazine.
f nantly white groups, white racism Ingram details how some
was defined as the chief programs to broaden child- tz ay
ren's contact with racial minorities
.. on both the public
where world
"Any In the
(, you want to go" and parochial school levels-
are well received and how
others have met parental op- C fL
II NO MORE AT position.
"Many black militant stu-

Mr. and 'Mrs. Keown E. Patin, front, 3503Ninth fIOt1t'ftft'TUY dents feel that the public &

Avenue, Los Angeles, were right on target when L 81EIU 'Too school little system, too late is offering and not r' !1IJ114/

a Dodge's millionth Dart was sold. The couple took "Your Neighborhood Travel enough black.'

delivery from Wil4 ar Dodge, Los Angeles. At rear Agents" "Children as natural

left to Dick Wickes, vice president, L. A.-Orange As near to you at your mimics, pick up their parents' .
County Dodge Dealers and Marshall Ingram, president telephone. Give u> a coll. prejudices. The concept that lee.

Wil-Mar Dodge. Milestone in Dodge sale of Ave.We deliver.FR 9-8451.1104 Chat.NW 3rd C. from'Somebody me is not who inferior is different to me' Kyler To G-et Eagle Scout I

the compact car, it was built at the Los Angeles North, Manager. must be taught early," Ingram
plant of Chrysler Corporation. ) writes.Machine. AwardBoy

---.1MClQmtt-. --- l161at7DJJC----- tntrdlat-... S c out Troop Number versary of Troop #77 at St.
110I -- 77 cordially invites the publicto Agnes Episcopal Church.
JOHNSONof attend an Eagle Court of
Sewing Honor Ceremony recognizingLife Edward Kyle,Jr., 17-year.
MIAMI Scout Edward T. Kyler old son of Grace C. Kyler and
"REPA/R SPECIAL" Jr., at Saint Agens' parish Edward T. Kyler Sr., is a
Jf PHOTOGRAPHER Hall 1736 Northwest Third member of Holy Redeemer
*Clean & Oil 50 Court, Wednesday evening at Catholic Church and serves as
i Adjust( Tendon $ 2 a member of the Catholic
8:00 o'clock February 12.
is not connected with any other studio *Cheek Jl Wiring ,
Youth Organization. He resides -
*Adjust( Belt Tensions Total Cost This outstanding ceremony
and is still operating at: at 1960 N.W. 57th St.
De lint Thread Mechanism In Your has been planned in con juction
I *Inspect & Lubricate Motor with the celebration of the 59th
1186 NW 38th STREET Home A twelfth grader at Miami
B35-474B Call 625-1261 Or 6250724Keep Anniversary of Boy Scouts of Jackson SeniorHighSchoolhe
America and the 15th Annl-
eC imt Ci6lMC ai Rislet Cigtr------+ mriidu trtilRant 1 maintains a high scholastic
average and ranks superiorin
conduct. He is VicePresident
of the Key Club, a mem-
In Tune with Income Tax ber of the Senior Board,Chess.*r
Club and Wrestling Team.

.. 1 I the TimesMiami I15oUp Edward has held the follow
ing positions respectively in
:. Troop #77; Patrol Leader
t''." 'i'l' I Senior Patrol Leader and cur
.: rently serves as Troop Instru-
'. . .., ..,.....;# tor, He has been awarded Scout

.yw.r .... .t..Y ..: r: of the Year in 1966, Scout
( Leader of the year in 1967,
I' activeinallhistroopactivities Scout Life Guard and has been

since becoming a
..... Information, stamps, member of the troop in 1963.
..' 't'lf
', { .. .<. .. .. forms, envelopes
!1: I.y/.t .. ir; t 'w ." ,,f' "3'f
: : :: .. ; He has also served as instructor
/ .:.. { .i at a South Florida
,AtF tcT ./ M : ; ' i' Council Junior Leadership
I\:" i il'l The Taylors Since 1941
w .. : }w J;'.Na' 1 .;? t' Training CourseheldatCamp
S' ::_.i r'f.'Y .
't it' ; Seminole. Edward attended
i !rr yy{, Yi+YaJi:, -. ./ } 1080 N.W. 54th St. Philmount Scout Ranch and
Explorer Base in inClmmarron
: ;
New Mexico, where he experienced
759-4827 (Feb.'28)
"f' a twelve-day expedition '
J'Yfli/ ' S over the trials of the

Samzre Do Chisto mountains,
:: $; in July 1966. He becamea
member of the Order of the
1r41k2'f Arrow; the National Campers
Honor Society o f the Boy
,4h Scouts of America In October
V'r i3 1ib} 1968, and presently serves as
chairman of Camp Promotion.

.(' ;: : Boy S c o u t.TroopN771s
., .r.7 "l- sponsored by St. Agnes Epis- '"
copal Church and Leroy A.
REPAIRSSTEREO Smith and Frank Howard
serves as Scoutmaster and
Times that ;is Assistant Scoutmaster,re-

Only $5.00 a



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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969
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NAACP Opposes Finch L

Concession To DixieNEW

YORK. The deci- previous day in Washington and long overdue cut-off of rMt
sion of Robert M. Finch new that the Nixon Administration Federal funds from five seg- "
had to hold in regated southern school districts
Secretary of Health,Educationand agreed escrow -
Welfare to postpone full for a 60-day period fed- HEW Secretary Finch
enforcement of the Johnson eral funds for five Dixie School has confirmed the apprehension -
Administration order to deny districts pending further investigation expressed by the NAACP
Federal funds to school districts and efforts to negotiate and other civil rights forces. : 1'
It is hard to avoid concludingthat v s
defying requirements to acceptable desegregation :- =
this action represents a i
desegregate apparently plans. Previouslythefunds a
"represents a concession to had been ordered cut off. concession to President Nix-
President Richard M. Nixon's Mr. Wilkins said that "the on's diehard Dixie supporters.The .
diehard Dixie supporters," NAACP will do everything it districts in question do
Roy Wilkins, executive direc- can to have the Finch position not need another 60 days since r'The
tor of the National Associa- reversed and to prevent it they have been dodging:! com-
tion for the Advancement of from setting a precedent." pliance with the law for more
Colored People, said in a The full text of the NAACP than fourteen years. The
NAACP will do everything it
statement followed Secretary statement follows:
Finch's announcement the In deferring the scheduled can to have the Finch position
reversed and to prevent it

., from setting a precedent.In ----------...._.--.--_..- -
his report to the NAACP Footllghters Club who annually raise more than $20,000 for Variety
annual meeting here Jan. 13,
00 0 100.SY0000CURITY. WHAT YOU'VE GOT COMING Mr. Wilkins expressed, the Association's Children's Hospital through their benefit golf tournament, sent two of their

concern about the star performers to entertain the kids at Variety Children's Hospital.

JOHN Q.pU6LIC FROM SOCIAL SECURITY possibility of an alternation of Clown "Doc" Mitchell (center) presents a rooster drawing to little

BY ROBERT Mr Bill the Johnson school Administration's Rhonda Walker as accordion virtuoso Lou Springer supplies bock ground music
00P N = position on desegregation -
u t'"""
by the new administration. NORTHWESTERN CHORUS

., MIKADO"The I SEPIA Begins a New
"If there is one place where PRESENTS "THE

Close to 100 elderly people suggest that they get in touch the new Nixon Administrationmust concert chorus of MI- Beneby; Yum Yum Faye Series on Negro
in this community! will beget- with the nearest social secur- be watched like a hawk," ami Northwestern Senior High Hughes and Cynthia Blandford; History in its
he said "it Is on this issue of Culmer and
ting letters this month reminding ity office. School will present two thril- Plttl-Sing, Angela
them that they have People 65 and over who are the enforcement of the law on ling performances of Gilbert Katherine Way; Pee-Bo-Bea- February Issue,

only until April 1 to sign up signed up for the Doctor Bill school desegregation. Certain Sullivan's operetta,The Mika- trice Mclver; Katish-Lor- Sale at Newstands
advisors are pressing Mr. do and even- raine on
for the voluntary doctor bill Insurance under Medicare get Friday Saturday Phillips.
insurance under medicare.In help in paying for the follow- Nixon to turn his back, to look ings at 8 p.m. in the school Nowl
the letter Robert M. Ball, ing services: the other way to forget Title auditorium."The The chorus is widely known
commissioner Social ((1)) Physicans' services in VI, to forget the HEW guide- cast is as follows: The for its musical productlonandit CHAPTER I:
lines for school desegregation Mikado-J a m e s Seymour and is cordially inviting the pub-
Security, points out that for the doctor's office the hos- "THE NEGRO IN
to abdicate Federal responsibility Earl Golden Nanki-Poo- lic to attend.
many of those who missed out pital, and extended care facil- ;
on previous opportunities to ity or a nursing home, or in for enforcementof George Sanders; Ko-Ko-Ho-. The production is under the THE CIVIL WAR"f.Keep1nTunewith
Federal laws and to leave
sign up the period from now your own home. ward Bolden; Pooh-Bah-John direction, of Mr. Arthur L.
all such matters to the states.*
to the end of March will be the ((2)) Up to 100 homo/ health Lampkin; Pish-Tush Lehman Evans.

last chance to get the protec- visits each year by visiting
tion. This includes persons purses and by other health
who were born Oct. 1, or ear- workers from a qualified home
? lier, and those who were en- health agency, if a doctor arranges :
rolled In the program earlier, for them.(These are in DOUBLE ACTION .
but dropped out January 1, addition to the visits you may COLORS GMYKAJRMKX

1967, or before. get under the hospital Insur- .2 DRESSES HAIR II PlACE I the Times
With the Doctor Bill insurance ance plan after you have been i 1: Jylt .h .;.._,. ..
V"Hili IIIII' 'I'1111111 : . .
part of Medicare elder- discharged from a hospital or 'p. .\,IIr "I.; .
ly people can supplement thir extended care facility). .q w 1
basic hospital insurance pro- (3)) All covered hospital out ay.waw-. Jlyq'' )
tection with p r o t e c t i o n that patient services, either for
helps pay doctors' and sur- diagnosis or for treatment In
geons' bills and a wide varietyof the emergency room or outpatient -
other medical expenses. In clinic of the hospital.

1967, Commissioner Ball ((4)A number of other medical !- TELEMERSON VISIOt ,, tr.1>. : C'r17R'v.iS!: 4 r '. .. ...:...".. /
points out, it helped pay some and health services pre- 1
26 million Medical bills and scribed by your doctor, such .1'lt.4ir
in 1968, another 33 million as diagnostic services; xrayor
bills, mainly for physicians' other radiation treatments; ,
services. surgical dressings and /, ,} 31 ,i sR n ..-- '' C 1t.t I g...T a.='.e.ri ,J ttit%t..+'... f Yi YJ
Almost 19 million of the elderly splints, casts, braces; arti- yt i.t,, .IHi. 1 Yti 1.X 5'r } Lt/ w tp r r ir
are signed up for the ficial limbs and eyes; and ren- j'f
protection, but about another tal or purchase of durable / i
million do not yet have the pro- medical equipment, such as a 888JL4 :. .-; / f
tection. The Social Security wheelchair or a hospital bed I
Administration is able to send needed at home.Outpatient .
the commissioner's letter to physical therapy : ci AVSlri i,
800,000 of them.-- those who services -- whether or not you T i 1'i .R ( if

have been issued medicare are horn bound -- if they are a4; I I .,.s: M: : ,.. f
cards showing that they are furnished by a hospital or e.w (
covered only by the basic hospital other provider of medical ser- MODEL 11PSOA WITH J..
insurance part of medi- vices (including approved rehabilitation -
care. agencies and clin- PRIVATE LISTENING .
q ; 4 .
There are perhaps another ics) and are under a plan established EARPHONE '.P'
.. .
I .. .. ,
200,000 or so for whom the and periodically reviewed :. o:
Social Security Administration by a doctor. $5.00 .
does not have current addresses Your nearest social secur-
i.... because they have not ity office is located at 5225 .

yet applied for the hospital insurance NW 12th Ave. It opens from DOWN ._ .__L_, __ : ,..-
under medicare. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. Monday
Since the social security ad- through Friday and until 7:30: Call
ministration has no way to get p.m. on Thursday evenings for Miami! Times that is
directly In touch with these those who cannot corns In dor- 751-5629
older people Ball appealed to ing the day. For those resi-
sons and daughter and friends dents living 10 Hialeah there is NO CREDIT Only $5.00
to call the open enrollment an office located 480 E.Hialeah REQUIRED a year
period to their attention and Drive.


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Phone 751-8518 Phone 624-2627 Phone 635-5381 Phone 3778321I

22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969

In loving memory of our family of the late

l CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS i '!husband and father, The family of the latey MATTHEW SANFORD

wish to express sincere thanksto
: !
". the many friends, Miami

;" "| Northwestern Sr. High, Phyl-

I OUR HEARTFELT Elem. and Dunbar Elem. for

memory of our dear hus- loving memory of our their many kindnesses renting -
GRATITUDEWe I the period of be-
band and father dear son and brother

the members of the, ,:Xt", :, ,: : ...._ 1 reavement.Your many prayers?
family of the late. ers and other fine deeds gaveus
a great comfort during this
r most difficult experience.
this method by which ti May God's many blessingsbe
express our heartfelt thanks Y with you always.

and our sincere appreciationto j

our many friends for the Arlene Sanford, mother
kindnesses rendered to us

during our recent period oi
bereavement. Your cards, let- ---- --

ters, telegrams, flowers, MR. WILLIAM SYMONETTEwho BELLE LIGHTBOURNEwish loving memory of our
prayers and other acts of kind- departed Feb. 8, 1968. to express our heartfelt dear mother
_____ ..
ness offered us the kind oi Gone, but not forgeotten. thanks and appreciation to all

comfort that we needed in order of our friends and neighborsfor
Sadly missed by:
to endure this difficult the kindnesses ren-
Eliza Symonette, wife and
departed this life Feb. 10, period.We ChildrenIN dered during our period of be-
1967. would like to especially reavement. Your telephone

Father, to thee we look in ill thank the staff and management calls, visits, prayers, flowers -
our sorrow; of the Range Funeral ELLIS MANNINGwho MEMORIAMIn cards, letters and other A

Thou art the fountain whenceour Home, Rev. Edward T. departed this life Feb. 3, loving memory of fine deeds gave us great com- ,Ij

healing flows; Graham, choirs No. 1 and 2 of 1968.It fort during our bereavement. ,t'

Dark though the night, joy Mount Zion Baptist Church, has been one year since Special thanks to Bishop C.A.
cometh with the morrow; and the neighbors of Northwest you left us, but we do not for- Knowles, Bishop R. B. Davis, ; "t 'iltf.t \;
81st Terrace for the get the members of Ridgeway i'
Safely they rest who on thy very you. 'J.'l; ' :
love repose. high type and efficient service A precious one from us is Church and the staff and man- : :'. :, '" '
rendered. gone.A agement of the Range Funeral ,\\J: ij .

The Curtis FamilyIN Thank each of you most sincerely voice we love is still.A M1 Home for the fine services ':

and may God continueto place is vacant in our hearts, rendered. MRS. CALCIECULMERwho
bless you richly. Of a memory that can never be May God ever bless all of departed ths life Feb. 3,
MEMORIAMIn filled you is our sincere prayer. 1949.

loving memory of our Mrs. Odaree Jenkins and ', ;< ,... Mother dear, it has been 20
loved one, FamilyMrs. Corene Manning, mother I"' tta '" '\" .-.1' The Allen and Lightbourne long years since you departed
Pearl McBrayer and Irene Manning Holmes, 6 ,1,"_1 1'f' Families from us. We miss you so very

tH Family sister _',;.'_,: ,_-' .._,.J, ,_;1 1.z much. Words cannot express
_.. brother love and thoughts. We love
a -- Tommy G. Manning, CARD OF THANKSThe you
mother but God loves
CARD OF THANKSThe who departed this life Feb. 5, best.
family of the lateCARLOS
1967. _. .._
- ------ ---
family of the late CARD OF THANKSThe
Death is only an _old door Mrs. Zillie Oakley
MARY E. KEMP Set in wall
a garden ;
family of the late daughter
wish to express our sincere On gentle hinges it gives, at Mrs. Ella Hobbs, daughter

thanks to Rev. N. F. Clark, dusk Five. grandchildren, eight

and St. Matthew: Missionary When the thrushes call. great grands, four sisters

Baptist Church, Francis Fun- I. and two brothers.
,Y V eral Home. Special thanks to Edith G. Smith, mother

1 L the friends, and neighbors of Family and FriendsIN IN MEMORIAMIn
45th and 46th Streets. Also all

FLORA BELLE CLARK who sent flowers, telegrams, MEMORIAMIn loving memory of our
cards, and who shared with us I dear husband, father and
sad but loving of
memory !
Gone but not forgotten. in any way, during our hour of sister 1v grandfather.
Thoughts linger on, for our bereavement 1

dear loved one, who enteredthe 7
gates of heaven Feb. 3, The Family k
r p : t I Ia'

-, ," 2815 NW 50th Street, wishto

Muriel Clark, mother; Present for the glory of God, MACK GRAVES, SR thank the House of Albert Ate.

Muriel C. Drinks, daughter in motn.Ty: wishes to express thanks and and all friends and neighborsfor

Bernard Kemp, Jr., son; appreciation shown through assisting us in a time of

James C. Drinks, son-in-law; "0I'ti your cards, telegram, flowers 9 grief and sorrow. r
Mildred Carter, sister; Ruth visits and phone calls May the Lord bless you all.

Clark, sister; Pattie Jo Carter during our bereavement.Mrs. Love you. Lucille Landrauand
niece; Joseph S. Walker, Children

and three ne phews, Willie Blanche Graves, wife
James, Alan and Joseph Car- and
I IM IiU Family
ter, loved by all the FamilyIN MRS.HIGHSMITHwho ESTELLA E. CARD OF THANKSThe

this life family of the lateGEORGIA __ _
departed -n>>
February 7, 1967. MR. LOTT ANDERSONwho
MEMORIAMIn The soul of our loved one has departed ths life Feb. 7,
family of the late but taken flight 1961.
loving and unfading me- J Into the land where there is .
;t ....... ,
mory of our dear sister A.j" -1It.JII 4" '""ZY r
night. The FamilyM.
------------------- Hicks
Y : Agnes, daughter

,_.;.., ..71 .... Geraldine Robinson, sister H. RAHMINGS
VIOLA MELVINA DEZM-iL Carissa Thompson, sister Mrs. Charlotte Jordan of

who departed this life Feb. 7, 1430 N.W. 65th St., was deadon
1968. IN MEMORIAM arrival at JMH on January

YY"r Gone, but not forgotten. In memory of my dear be- ana 29th.Her immediate survivors

i There's an open door at the C. w loved mother, include two sons, Willie and

end of the road through which =k MRS. MARY JANE KING Charlie, one daughter, Janie,
each must go alone,and thereis who departed this life Feb. 9 ------- MAE------LOKIE--- three grand,and 12 greatgrand

a light we cannot see, our 1968. wishe to their feel- children, two daughtersinlaw. -
father claim his own. Gone, but not forgotten, her Services were held on
ings gratitude and sincere
work on earth is done.The vic- Monday: February 3rd. Burialwas
appreciation to the
We love you mother but God, tory won. The battles over, my friends who shared with themin In Evergreen Cemeteryand
love you best. Lord makes no mistake. Rahmings Funeral Home
their hours of sorrow.It .
Directing.John .
MRS. REBECCA MATTHEWSwho FamilyCARD Sadly missed: seems there is so littlewe
Reddick of 1058 N.W.
Bessie King Turner can say to thank you for the
left us two sad years Feb. OF THANKSThe JAMES HOWARD daughter countless expressions of un- 58th St.was dead on arrival at

8. family of the late (Better known as J. D.) Miles Glenn, nephew derstanding, comfort and JMH on January 31st.
When links of life are broken compassion that His survivors include an
helped to ease
and loved ones have to part it HARRY A. CLEARESR.wish our hearts. adopted daughter, four sisters

leaves a wound that never to .express our sincere who departed this life January CARD OF THANKSThe Special thanks to Rev. Ru- Ollie, Francis, Estella and
heals. thanks to the friends and 17, 1969, wish to express their therford Rev. Mickins and the Luvicy, one brother AlbertJr.
neighbors who in Urns of need sincere thanks to their many family of the late members, of Freewill Baptist ., The body will be shippedto
and sorrow came to our aid. friends for their cards, tele-
Sadly missed by: Church of Opa-locka. Her Valdosta, Ga.- for burial.
Violet sister Thanks to all who sent flowers grams, phone calls, florals MRS. MAE OLLE BELL
Mrs. Henry, ; neighbors and the neighbors oi Norris Moss of 1461 N.W.
telegrams, and cards. A and visits. Special thanks to who died January 25 1969
Mrs. Emma Lee Goalwire, 58th St. The Bunche Park So- 53rd Terr passed in JMH on
special thanks to R.nge Funeral Greater Bethel AME Church a special thank
Eliza Lawrence express very
rsister Mrs.
; cial fliib.: The staff of Jack- February 3rd. He is survived
Mrs. Eva Lawson sis Home, Rev. A.TyrrelDear and Ushers's Board No. 2 and you and: a special little prayer .
sister; son Memorial Hospital and the by one brother, a niece Myrtle
Harkley,sis- and the congregation of his neighbors and friends. that God may bless you every
ter; Mrs. Viola many friends too numerous to I i also one grandniece Harrell,
ter; Mrs.EUenCarter,sister; The Church of The Incarnationfor day and keep you in his care. mention, ,and the House oi f; one Uncle William. Funeral
all their kindness. DuBennie Howard wife
Mr. Alex Richardson, brother Albert Funeral Home. services will be held on Sat.
and M. Sam Richardson,bro Bennie White, sister Mr. and Mrs. James Hurst .at 2:00 p.m. burial will be in
then.h. The family Katherine Wilson, sister and Family The Family Evergreen Cemetery.




THE MIAMI TIMES Friday 7 1969 23
. ____ February ,
ALBtKi i RANGE -------------- ------------- ------------ -- ---- -----

Mrs Hattle Brown of 9961 James Mack of 2830 NW 23 I
West Jessimine St. Perrine, Ave., #/E7, died Jan. 27, at i Excellent Response To "Black Treasures" Study Kit I t
Friday 31. She
died January
Jackson Hospital. He is sur-
Is survived by a son,Charles, vived by his wife, Ethel. Ser- NEW Y 0 R K. -Unprecedent -
daughter, Lessie Brown,three vices were held Saturday in acclaim in the form of
sisters, six brothers, and 12 the vapel. record setting orders and fr/\Y

grandchildren. Services; Sat. Mrs. Bernice Tuff of 7756 complimentary letters for
at Mt. Mariah "Black Treasures," a kit of
2:00 p.m. Bapt. NW 9th Ave., died Jan. 28, at
Church, Perrine. Jackson Hospital. She is sur- educational materials on the

Mrs. Nathalie Fickens of vived by her husband Robert; study of Negro life and history

1221 N.W. 87th Street died at four sons, threedaughters, introduced last month are received -

Jackson Menorial: Hospital, three brothers, and five sis- daily by CocaColaUSA
sponsor of the kit and i
Saturday, February 1st. Her ters. Services were held Sat- ,
survivors include two the Association for the Study of
urday at Shllo BaptistChurch.Mrs. .
I Mrs. Cora Capers, and Mrs. Rosa Lee Solomon Negro Life and History of

,!, Adeline Moore rites will be Pounciel of 540 NW 7th St., Washington, D. C., consultanton

held in Holly Hill,South Carolina died Jan. 27. She is survivedby the program. The an- -- -- i
nouncement was made to a -
Friday. her husband Tony; two sons, garnering i
of the press and edu-
Eddie Jornor of 2908 N.W. four sisters ,other relatives.
cators by Kelvin.Wall, man-
55th St. passed in his home Services were held Friday in ager, Market Development
Sunday, February 2. Amonghis chapel. Remains were Department for CocaColaUSA
survivors his wife shipped to Cordele, Ga., for
a Division of The Coca-
Geneva, two brothers, three services. Cola Company
sisters. Arrangements are in- Lonnie Branch of 1233 NW The "Black Treasures"

complete.Mrs. 63 St., died Jan. 28.He is sur- study kit contains a 15-minute o rr+,

Hattie Seymore of vived by his wife, Rebecca; a color slide film, record,
25100S.W.I37thAve.Naranja, son and a daughter. Serviceswere teacher's guide and three

passed Sunday, February 2nd. conducted Tuesday at Mt. copies of Golden Legacy, an
Among hers urvtvors; are Sinai Baptist Church. illustrated magazine series on

husband, Jack Seymore, nine Miss Daisy Monroe of 904 famous black Americans pro-

children; her parents; Mr.andMrs. NW 69th St., died Jan. 29, at duced by Coca-Cola USA. To The "BLACK TREASURES" study and program kit, developed by Coca-
M o nor e Evans, two her residence. She is survivoh6.1 date, four editions of the mag-
Cola USA in cooperation with the Association for the Study of Negro Life
brothers, Lonnie and .J I i ed by her father Macy; and a azine have been published to ,

a sister, Ora Mae. Final rites(I brother Robert; other rela- the delight of enthusiastic and History, as shown above, contains a phonograph record, a film strip, a

will be held in Ruleville, tives. Services were held on readers wherever Golden teacher's guide and copies of GOLDEN LEGACY, an illustrated magazine,
Mississippi. Wednesday at Zion Hope Bap-
tist Church. She was shipped Legacy distributed. on Negro History, produced by Coca-Cola USA, A Division of The Coca-Cola
Zelma Cofleld passed away Designed to take full advantage -
Friday, January 3 lathis home Thursday to Thomasville, Ga. of the current surge of in- Company.

123 N.W. 14th St. Arrange- for finale rites. terest in NegroHistory, sis to the value of presentingthe gro History Week on Feb. 9- History Week.
ments are incomplete. Mrs. Mable Davis of 2200 "Black Treasures" is different In addition to participating
material to small or large 15, the entire program was developed I
Services were conducted NW 57th St., Apt. A, died Jan. in that it talks about his- gatherings of students. as an activity for year Coca-Cola Bottlers, the kit is

Saturday February 1st for the 31 at Jackson Hospital. She is torians, places where Negro Although the national release round'use.It is anticipated that also distributed through the I

late Charles Butler, of 1121 survived by her husband Will; history can be found, and the of "Black Treasures" the demand will pick up greater Association for the Study of
N.W. 63rd St. His survivors sons,three daughters,her need for allAmericans to know is planned to'tie-in with Ne- momentum during Negro Negro Life and History.
parents, two brothers and a
the of the black man. -
include his wife,Sarah Butler, history ._ .. _- -
sister. Services will be held "" "" ''I.! >IIiIIl 111 M
two daughters, Viola and Lucy The unqualified response to
Saturday 3:30 at Mt.Oli-
Jones. : p.m. the program from junior and

vette Baptist Church. senior high schools, libraries,
John W. Coleman of 2255 W. s *s3eij
Jimmy Lewis Bell of 1275 educators, national organiza-
5th Ct Hialeah services were
SW 3rd St., Homestead, died tions plus civic leaders
held at New Mt.Zion
Saturday Feb 2. He Is survived by hs throughout the nation empha-
Baptist Church. Among his mother Flossie L. Bell; one

survivors, his wife, Daisy, brother and his grandmother. Idus Smith of 2979 NW 48th

three daughters, four sons,, Services were held Thursday St., died Feb. 3, at Jackson
two brothers, two sisters, 27 at 1 p.m. in the chapel. Hospital. Among his survivors

grandchildren. Abraham_ Kelly,Jr., of 6253 include a sister QuestionDis-
Services for Jimmie Blairof SW 60th Ave., South Miami, nute;' tw 'cousins Lessie Per :eij

1610 N.W. 62nd St. #7 were i died recently. He is survived kins and Mittle B. Williams.

held Saturday at Mt. Tabor by two sisters Bernice An- Arrangements are incomplete

Baptist Church.He is survivedby > derson and Emma Stakhouse. Wilfred Whiley of 1206 NW

his wife, Alberta, stepfather He was shipped Bainbridge, 66th St., died Jan. 29, at his
John five brothers. Ga., for services. residence. He Is survived by

Miss Sandra Chirsty Bethel his wife Merline; three sons,
James C. Latimore, of 1425
of 16531 NW 17th Pi.,died Feb. three daughters and a brother.
N.W. 1st Court services
held Saturday at the Liber 1. She is survived by her par- Services will be held Saturday ,.'-..;: .........
two sisters 1 p.m. In the chapel.
tyents.; grandpar-
City Chapel. His survivors
elude Services will be held Saturday Leroy Merritt of 2045 NW Young Funeral Home
sister, five aunts, and 1
six at 4 p.m. St. Phillips 69th Ter., died Feb. 2. He Is
uncles. "Sympathetic and Dignified Service"n32
_Catholic Church. survived by a brother Aaron

Mrs. Dorothy Forcer of Meritt of Marianna, Fla. Ar- ALI BABA AVE OPA-LOCKA FLA.
NORTHSIDE 1995 NW 58th St., died Jan. rangements are Incomplete.Mrs. .
681-2451 685-1893
31, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She
Mrs. Bular Storr of 235 SW is survived by her husband, Carrie Dunwoody,died
5th died Feb. 3, at Jackson Manor
St. Homestead Jan.
Leroy Forcer, Sr., two sons;
Home. She is survived -
27, at Jackson Hospital. Ser- two grandchildren, aunts and
by a sister Mrs.Janie Bro-
vices were held Tuesday at uncles. Services will be held
ner. Arrangements are incomplete A 4
Greater Zion AME Church.
Saturday, 1 p.m. at St. James
She is survived by two daugh- AME Church. .

ters a son, one sister, four ,

brothers, and four grandchildren. -


Mrs. Alice K. Morgan of

2490 NW 108th St., died Feb. st
4. Services will be held Friday

10 a.m. in the chapel. She is

survived by her husband William -

; one daughter, one son, t r +
and a sister. E)2.L-
Harmon Carey of 3363 ;

Thomas Ave, Coconut Grove, jiiii --
died Feb. 3. Services are incomplete I : iT -


Lonnie Bell, Mrs.ElizabethBell
Laura Ann Bell, all of
1916 NW 48th St.;James Pres-
ley and Mrs.Earnestine Pres-
ley of 1908 NW 48th St., all MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER
were victims of an auto acci-

den, seven 31. They children are and survived -a We have kept the Faith . Your best 2520 NW 103rd St. 6912281JAMES )

host of other relatives. AU interest will always be served when you call

were shipped to Kiigstree, the . .

S. C., Friday for funeral ser- C. HILL, MANAGER

vices on Sunday. House of AlbertWhere

Matthew Sanford of 1130 NW service begins qnd never ends WILLIAM E. MANKER, LICENSED EMBALMER & FUNERAL DIRECTORq
Ave. died
Jan. 27. Ser-
vices were held Saturday,Feb. THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU


Is survived by his mother, MU 8'3311 238-8801 Now Ready To Serve YouI
A r I e an, father Matthew and 691.7661 I
four sisters and five brothers.



THE_ n_ .MIAMI..._ _.,.. TIHAFV. __..__. .Friday.' 0'February. 7.0jt ,1969


ThereOn Rev. S. L.Gay,pastor Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor Douglas Cook, pastor

Joseph Marshall, reporterOn Evelyn Souter,reporterAll Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe

Saturday, Fev. 1,the recorders ( Thursday, Feb. 6, at 8 roads lead to New M(.. Home Mission will
I workshop for improv p.m., all members of Ushers'I Moriah this Sunday for our 7th sponsor a panel discussion on

ing the method of keeping rec Board are asked to meet in the Annual Youth Day with Jordan, this Friday at 8 p.m. at the

ords was held in West Palm Parish Hall. Also on Thursday Grove Jr. Choir rendering e, church. Sis. Eva Hope is president -

Beach. The host temple Masud I night all members of the Hospitality song services, other talented I .

#146 planned a most interest-.. Club are asked to meet youth of the city appearing and I The YWA and Willing Work-

Ing time following the work- with the President Mrs. Judge Mattie B. Davis will be, ers will sponsor a tea at the
shop. Merion Daniels to make final the 11 a.m. speaker. At the home of Brother and Sister

The meeting was called to t preparations for the Found- 6:30 services Providence Ada Manuel, 2975 NW 70th St.
order er's Day Tea, which will be,, Jr. Choir will render The Eastern Stars will
by the deputy of the des- song
Inu 3Jn (!g11uu11 I uid1a ert of Florida Raynell Slone,, held Sunday, Feb. 9 at 3 p.m. services and Atty. Alfonzo sponsor a tea this Saturday

- after which he turned the meeting Rev. David Williams will be Sepe will be the speaker. Ware e night at the home of Sis.Hattie

over to the imperial recorder the guest speaker for this oc- inviting the youth of the Reeds, 1158 NW 58th St.
casion. You are invited to at- community to hear these two Prayer services
Mrs. Williams/ Namedusic Booker T. Alexander; Tuesdayat
. who proceeded to enlighten tend.The dynamic speakers.The 7:30 p.m. To the sick put

ChairmanLeila as to the proper way and me February-ites will have pastor is asking the your trust in God and beheal-
thod of keeping good records. a dinner sale Saturday, Feb. 8 church to accompany him the I fCI.
R. Williams has been where in the city or state and He said that with the comingof at the Parish Hall. You may third Sunday to Ft. Lauderdale

elected chairman of the Music they were always enthusias- the new system it is goingto call OX 1-4212andplaceyour where he will deliver the 11

Committee for the Annual tically received by the audiences. be necessary that all departments order. Saturday night, Feb. 8, a.m. message at the Baptist NEW BETHEL BAPTIST

Meeting of the Episcopal of Masonry: take a party will IB held at the home Association. Please be at the

Churchwomen, Diocese of She is director organist of heed and act accordingly.The of Mr. and Mrs.Willie Nicholson church to leave at 10 a.m. Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor

South Florida based at Orlando. the Saint Agnes Episcopal workshop was divided 1841 NW 51st St. Youare Joint rehearsal for choirs Alice Harris, reporterOn

The convention will con- Church where she started at into a morning and afternoon invited. No. 1 and 2 will be Feb. 11 at Sunday we will observeour
vene in Miami during the The Missionary ladies will Pastor's
the age of seven playing for the session, afterwhich everyone 8 p.m. Please pray for world Anniversary, we
Spring. Sunday School Choir under Mr. readied himself for the poten- hold an area meeting, Satur- peace. Visitors are always are asking all members and
She is a graduate of Columbia Nathaniel Dean, Sunday School ate's ball sponsored by Masud day at 10:30 the church. welcome our m.ny friends to come out
University, Teachers' All ladies who interestedin and share
are with us as we celebrate -
Superintendent and director of Temple of West Palm Beach.At .
College N. Y. City and for missionary work are askedto his 10th anniversary
the ball it seemed
youth. as
many years has taught musicin though had most be present.Let GRACE Sister A. Harris is askingall
the public schools of Miami. Her first music teacher was everyone a us visit those who are youth to come out Saturdayat
enjoyable time. Kazah Rev. W. F
Temple Savoy pastor
Whenever! a spark of musi- Prof. Charles Thompson, sick in our church and community 4 p.m. and join the Jr.Ush-
149 was well represented by This Sunday at 7:30 the
: p.m.
cianly was discovered she principal of the Primary and and lend a helping hand ers' Board.
having present at the work- pastor choir and
would encourage that student Elementary School of Miami. to those who are distressed. congre- Sister Francis Woodside
to shop the Ill. Pot.,John W.Dil- gation of Grace are Invited to ,
go on and would help him Her parents continued her Deacon Ernest Moss and
lard Chief Rabban James lead a worship service with Bro.
; ,
both inspirationally and finan- education in music and
throughthe Hezekiah
Sears are in the hos-
Brimberry; Recorder, JohnS. CHURCH OF THE OPEN \ .
cially.In from childhood she
years pital. Let us continue to
Williams PromotionalDirec- DOOR the Sellers Memorial Metho- pray
spite of adversities her has added much to the cultural ; for
our sick and
tor; Robert Wilcox; and Noble Annette McNeal, reporter dist Church, 8390 NW 14th shut-ins.
high school choruses were always development of our city and
Audley Hlggs. When it came Last Sunday Mrs. Ollie Ave. We will meet at our
ready and anxious to per- has been quite an asset to the
time. for the Potentate's Ball Groben, Mrs Lavenia Taylorand church at 7 and leave from
form for any civic group any- children whom she touched,
Kazah was again well repre- Mrs. Clifford Matthews there ; anyone who needs ST. MARY'S
sented when daughters Rose were ordained to the Diacon- transportation please let us

SHILOHRev. MT. SINAI! Byrd, and Ethel Johnson en- ate of the Church. know Rev. H, V. Stuart, pastor

tered the ballroom looking like This Sunday Rev. Harold D. On Wednesday evening Bi- Chairman of Men's Day,

A. M.Griffin,pastor Rev. CleoAlbury,pastorB. two queens of the Nile. In addition Long and Rev. Jack Smith of ble and prayer group is Bro. Leon Kelly and his com

Cheryl English, reporter Boney, reporterThe to the above named Ka- the First CongregationalChurch meeting in Homes on Wednesday mittee will have a kick off sale

Rev. James Hendon and Young Adult's Choral zah family, we also had pres- of North Miami will at 8:30 p.m.Any membersor Saturday beginning at 12 noon.

congregation of Mount Tabor group organized with Sisters ent from Ft. Lauderdale, No- exchange pulpits. Mr. Issac friends who would like to For delivery call 758-1601.

Baptist Church will be here Audrey Tanner, president, bles, W. Belle, W. Little, Mears and Mr. Timothy Wil- be host and open your home The Ways and Means will

Sunday at 3 p.m. in behalf of Harolene Storr, advisor, and Shorter, C. L. Williams liams will conduct the 945 and for our prayer group, pleaselet meet at 5 p.m. All membersare

the No. 1 Ushers' Board. Bro. Leslie Thomas director So the next time "be you the 11 a.m. service respec- us know. asked to be out. Businessof

The pastor is asking the officers will make its debut soon. also there," the next meeting tively.At importance.Our .

and members to go with It's youth time at Sunday will be held Feb. 11, at 8 p.m. 5 o'clockSundaytheWomen's CHRISTIAN sick and shut-in is Sis.

him the third Sunday afternoon morning worship services. so until then.Aleikum and Laymen's Fellow- FELLOWSHIP'' Thelnu Carey in Cedar's Hospital -

at 3 p.m to Drake Memorial Singspiration time! Sunday es salaam! I ships of the church will pre- All others remain the
The Junior Choir will be in night presents Ushers' sent Mr. and Mrs. Tworogersof Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor same. Sympathy to Rev. Hun-

charge of the song service, Chorus, with Deacon Henry ST. PAUL AME the Hollywood Congrega- M. L. Nixon, reporterThe ter and Sis. Lenora Johnson,

Rev. Dunn, pastor. Peoples and Bro. Carey Jen- tional Church. Mr. and Mrs. Deaconess Board invites Sis. Margaret Taylor in the

Brother Otis Wright and the kins, also the youth choir. Rev. T. C. Kelley,Jr.,pastor Tworogers had the opportunity you to their first anni- death of their loved ones.

Spiritual Harmonizers Meeting for the organization Mary M.A mos,reporter of visiting some of the mission versary, Sunday, Feb. 16, at
have here the fourth Sunday is Founder's Day. 6301 _NW. 14th AveCommissioner. _.
a program of the Brotherhood will fields in Africa under the -- -- - --- -- -
Sunday afternoon. be held Thursday, Feb. 5, 7 Remember to bring along an Board of World Ministries of Range will FRIENDSHIPRev.
The No. 1 Ushers' Board p.m. All laymen of the churchare extra dollar to help furtherthe the United Church of Christ be the morning speaker and
need. Mrs. Victor J. Bainwillbethe J. E.Jenkins,pastor
meets every Thursday nightat urged to attend. last summer.
8 p.m. To our sick, shut-in, and The women of the church afternoon speaker. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterThe

Junior Church will be Sat- bereaved families "God will will organize for women's day CHURCH OFTRANSFIGURATION Make it a date to come out pastor isaskingall
the first Sunday in March. and hear these choir members,all ushers and
urday at 4:30 p.m. take care of you. outstanding wo-
The J. B. Epperson Board men. Sister Sallie Collier is members to meet at the church
Red Circle and Sunshine All visitors are always wel- Fr. E. S. Clarke vicar ,
band meets Saturday at 3 p.m. come. will meet Feb. 16, at The church is sponsoringtheir chairman and Sis. Alveta An- Friday, Feb. 7, at 6:30p.m.: to
Let us remember to keep the home of Mrs.Carrie Brad- derson is secretary. go to Ft. Lauderdale to the
annual Fiesta
on Fridayand
the bereaved families and the well, 3257 NW 51st St. The BTU and Sunday School New Hope M. B. Church, Rev.
Saturday Feb. 14 and 15
sick and shut-ins in our pray- ZION HOPE The Gibbs Club will meet on the church,grounds.Special Invite you to coma out every G. W. Phillips, pastor where
Feb. 9 at 5:30 in the the Seaboard BaptistAssocia-
ers. p.m. annex Sunday morning and evening to
features Rides for the kiddies
Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor all members are askedto : enjoy the programs prepared lion convenes, our pastor will
and adults. Dance contest for
GREATERNEW Bessie Williams, reporter be present.Our just for you.GREATER. deliver the educational ser-
the teenagers. There will be
Funeral services ,for Miss clerical department is mon at 7:30 p.m. please be on
MACEDONIA Dasey Monroe were held Wed* asking each member tofu out all sorts of things on sale.You BETHLEHEM.tinw.,

Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor nesday at 6 p.m. The familyare the "membership question- need not cook on these two days Get well wishes are extended -

Willie J. Beard, reporterThe asking the prayers of all naire," this will enable themto just call the church office 685- Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor to Sis. Yolanda Johnson in

Sun Light Pall Bearers during their bereavement. give us better service.This 2001 and your dinners will be Mary Hopkins, reporterThe Jackson Memorial Hospital,

Charitable Society#99 of Mi- Tuesday night after prayer blank was found on last Sun- delivered at your door.A pastor is asking the and to all who are ill
ami will begin celebratingtheir meeting Rev. J day's bulletin it need prize will be given for the
C. Woodardis you one church to attend the Seaboard
13th anniversary on Fri- preaching in behalf of Sis. please see either of the church prettiest organization booth. Association, at New Hope Baptist
day night before the third Sun Our vicar will celebrate his
Gladys Woodard. She is ask- Church, 1321 NW 6th St.
day in this month and conclude ing the full cooperation of all Remember our sick and 20th anniversary to the Ft. Lauderdale, Saturday at

on the third Sunday afternoonat members and friends. shut-ins and try to visit one of Priesthood, Monday, Feb. 24, 7:30: p.m., at which time he Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor

New Mt.Calvary M. B., 1140 The No. 2 Ushers' Board is them in your spare time and St. Mattias' Day. There will will deliver the message. Arsula Edwards,reporterOur
NW 62nd St., Rev. Samuel At- for their be solemn high mass and ser- pastor will preach Sun-
sponsoring a Hay Ride Feb. 15 pray recovery. There will be a pie sale at
chison mon with procession at 8 day in the 39th annual
pastor. ,at 1 p.m. Donation 75?Re- p.m. Deacon and Sis. Ernest Wal- sessionof
On Friday, at 8 p.m. Rev. refreshments free. You may The public is cordially invited ton. 3151 NW 61st St.. Frldav. the Seaboard Rantfst Association ;:

Roscoe Jackson and congre- purchase a ticket from any NEW HOPE Feb. 7, sponsored by the Deaconess now in progress at
gation of Greater New Mace- member of this board. Board. New Hope M. B. Church, 1321

donia will be in charge of ser- Let us remember the sick, Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor DRAKE Let us pray for the sickand NW 6th St., Fort Lauderdale.

vices. All members and aux- and members of bereaved Loraine Fuller, reporterThe shut-in. Our sick are Bessie Rev G. W. Phillips, pastor.

iliaries are asked to be pres- families in our prayers. Deacons wish to express Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastorN. McEvan, Mable Kirkland and Bible class and prayer ser
ent and in uniform their many thanks to T. Green, reporter Mamie Williams vice Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.You

.... Sunday, Feb. 16, at 3 p.m. those who came out and supported The officers and members Parents please send or are invited.

Rev. C. J. Burney and con- FIRST BAPTIST them on their Deacons were happy to have the pastor bring your child or children to Continue in prayer for those
gregation of New Providence Observance Day Deacon Sam with them Sunday. Jr. chor rehearsal and Sunday who! are sick, shut-in and be-
will be in of The sister reaved. Visitors are
( charge services. pastor's Mrs. School. always
Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Davis was applauded the most
Donella Turner, reporte popular Deacon of New Hope. Maxine Coleman of East Orange welcpme._- ,

f ST. JOHN BAPTIST Sunday, Feb. 16, the Mis- The pastor is asking all New Jersey and her SPRINGFIELD
J 1328 NW 3rd AVenue sion'Pattern Luncheon will beat members and friends attend granddaughter Yvonne visited SOUL CAMPAIGNThe

< Rev. Thedford Johnson,pastor the church in the dining' our regular prayer meetingand with us on last Sunday. Rev. Robert Walkerpastor
The Men's Day committee On Friday night at 6:00 we Bishop James HarrisD.
room after service. This is a Bible class at8p.m.
The BTU Aid Society presents Thursday,
will sponsor the annual Winter are asking all members who D. will be in a Soul Cam-
for the of the .
Professor Alex Bradford project carpeting
.O\ Sing Sunday Feb. 23. Pleasesee are Interested in singing topleasp. paign Revival meeting at the
,i ,-1 in concert, Sunday, Feb. auditorium. The price is 65g. Sunday, Feb. 23,is set aside True
tI\ be Holiness
Rains and present as we willorgaiuze Church 700
Bro. Bro.James NW
J 23, at 8:15 p.m. Also featuring All young women interestedin for Bible and Hymnal Day, Brooks for tickets. a choir. 2nd Ave Bishop Harris has
( other top spiritual singe joining the Young Women's come out and see how this is
l The Ushers will have their Remember the sick and been recently in several weeksof
; ,i be at the
ers. Sister Gladys Thurstoa, League, please regu- done.
shut-ins in revivals in
tea your and the Miami
anniversary Sunday at 3p.m. area.
lar meeting Thursday 7p.m. Remember our sick and
Donation $2
i s president. Rev. Prince Robertswillbe pray a special prayer for be- At the closing of this
in advance and $2.50at the Dorothy Streeter, is presi- shut-ins with a prayer and a
j visit. speaker.You are invitedto revead families and our bro- the evangelist will be going to

: t door. .dent.,., ..'. attend...r' the/s,Vietnam.. Jacksonville.I .

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I Mrs. Gussie Gamble Honored
his recent trip to Miami, Raymond Burr (Perry Mason and Ironside)

Mrs.Gussie Gamble,Super- husband came to the little Gamble Memorial so many hears with pleasure the announcement of the Diamond Jubilee plus Two Din-

visor of the Women's Depart- Country Village of Larkins, lives have been touched by her ner for Florida Memorial College to be held March 6, 1969 at the Deauville
ment of the Churches of God now called South Miami. At guiding hands, and they were Hotel Miami Beach.
In Christ of Eastern Florida, this time there were no paved there in masses to show their
was honored recently as "A Streets, they walked through respect for this outstandingwoman. The dinner honors Rev. Edward T.. Graham, Chairman, Board of Trus-

Pioneer Religious and Civic rock paths. She was the first tees of the College for his long time service to the College and to Dade

Leader." Negro to operate a small Mr. Alex Weiner had earlierin County. Dr. Royal W. Puryear, President of the College, and Mayor Chuck

Supervisor Gamble is a native school for denominations in the week read and dedicateda Hall are in full agreement. Mr. Burr is the National Chairman of the College's
of Florida,and the Seventh the little vicinity. Her love for poem to Mrs. Gamble over Advisory Board.
child of a family of twelve.She young people has made out- one of the radio stations.Commissioner .
is the daughter of the late Rev. standing friends for her in Range having -

and Mrs. Edward Williams every walk of life. to leave early for another (CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon Daughter Elks Swing Out Again I
Mrs. Gamble attended elementary She is the second black woman engagement spoke of the years
school in Alachua : to drive a car in the that she and Mrs. Gamble has T. R. Gibso, rector
Antoinette SUva reporter The Daughter Elks of Greater Five Hundred Tea. The little
Also Cookman Miami. She also been comfort ,
County, Fla. streets of a many. Mrs.
On February 18 the annual Miami Temple 769, have folks contest and the cotton
Institute in Jacksonville, Fla. drove a mule and wagon down M :.1 t tie Moss, District ,
Shrove Tuesday Dinner-Dance revised and reorganized their dress ball. The temple of
attended the Browns of the North Miami
Later she Highland Second Avenue Missionary
will be held. The affair will temple that was once one of daughter Elks will again put
in Detroit to be Shoded. District did Gamble's
Park Jr. College Black Smith Shop Mrs.
take place in the newly com- the leading temples in the jurisdiction over their welfare plans for
Michigan. She was the few to own Biography.The .
among pleted parish hall at 7:30p.m. The election of Dt. the benefit of charity. The financial -
and operate a large businessin high point of the program -
She is the wife of the late the Tickets are on sale for $3.50 Alto Screen as its Dt. Ruler status has taken a jump
Miami.Thenafter short address de-
South was a
R'*v. Willie GamMe with whom come our and enjoy yourself.The has created a new day since and the daughters are all happyat
loss in business by the livered by The Dr. Edwards,
she was united for fifty years. great next Tithing Sunday will the election of Dt. Ruler, the new turn which spells
hand of the Almighty in the D.D. After which he presentedto '
At an early age she felt her be Feb. 9. You are all expected Screen in December 1968, progress. They are now plan-
1926 hurricane she and her Mrs. Gamble: an honorary
calling to do Mission Work in to give one-tenth of your thirteen new members have ning for the anniversary cele-
husband started a mission for Doctor of Humanitarian Degree -
the Masters vineyard. In which week's salary. This money joined and there are reinstate- bration which will be a great
lost to which she received
she has successfullyand the purpose of gathering will go toward the building ments and old daughters have financial rally, as a gift to
fullyserved for 54 years. souls.It standing ovation from the returned for a gala fellowship. their temple Dt. Wilheminia "
was hard sometimes with- crowd. fund.Get well wishes extended Johnson Ingraham is the efficient -
Twenty nine of those years are -
was by the side of the late Rev. out sufficent food and moving Dr.-amble gave' a warm, to the Adderley family The Calendar that had added secretary, Dt. Ellen Taylor -
and grateful
Gamble. from one place another. But acceptance much money to the temple in continues as treasurer,Dt.
the Lord did set his approvalon speech. The dinner was CHRISTIAN VALLEYElder yester years has been presented Catherine May,recorder and

After a number of years their work, by giving thema delicious and beautifullyserved. and M 1a m 1 a n s will Dt.Sarah Smalley,chairman of
Mrs. Gamble along with her church home now known as It consisted of chicken A. Ford, pastor again step out to the cultured the trustee board.
halves, green salad, string Blondie Higgins,reporter .
beans, whole buttered pota- 5413 SW Mayo St. -
toes, tomato juice, coffee, West Hollywood

A.D.Hall,Sr.,pastorE. Rev. T. S. Johnson, pastorOn rolls, and apple pie. There will be a musical pro-

Ingram, reporter Jan. 17, the members The room was graced with gram Sunday, Feb. 9, at 7:30
Sunday is the observance of assembled for their first some of the most elegantly p.m. featuring the Southern CallCHARLES

Race Relations Diy. The an- quarterly conference.Presid- dressed ladies, handsomely Trumpets formerly the Ford

nual visit of the Bethune-. ing over this conference was dressed pastors, supt. and All Stars of Miami. Come out

Coo k m i n. College Concert Elder S. A. Cousin who is pre other gentlemen, and lovely to hear this great group.
Chorale will be with us at the siding elder of the MlamiDis- young people. Rev. J. Cohen Pray for the sick and shut-

11 a.m. service. Mr. ThomasD. trict. He is also the former gave the benediction. ins everywhere. \rA ROGERS

Demps Is the conductor of pastor of Greater Bethel.
the chorale. The public is Invited The Presiding Elder com- AT PL 1-7502

to attend. plimented the groups on their
Race Relations Sunday is reports and presented his long FOR ,A GOOD BUY ON A

one concrete way that United range program for the con- PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

Methodist can build for human ference year, which included: STEREO OR ORCHESTRA

brotherhood. his schedule for quarterly INST!UMENTS. I
Usher Board No. 1 will be in visitations to Greater Bethel
charge of class meeting Tues __ first 'quarterJan.17-19;

day night, you are invited to second quarter April 18-20; opr
come and share in the fellowship third quarter, July 18-20;

fourth quarter, Oct. 17-19. A
Stewards' Board No. 1, 2, calendar of events in which the

and 3 will meet Sunday, at 5o'clock church must participate: + 9 9b
at the church. Mrs. Founders Day, Feb. 12, at St. i

Sarah A. Jones is president of John AME Church, South Miami -

the board. ; district conference,

The reception of members March 12-13, Homestead; I(
and Infant baptism will be held semi-annual budget; reports,

Sunday, Feb. 16 at the morn- April 23, Saint Paul: AME A'a

ing service. Church, Coconut Grove; Sun- ,rn9 nY?
day School Convention, July

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 9-11, Richmond Heights.Con-
firmition of the stewards and
"Whither shall Igo from thy stewardesses 0 f Greater Be-

spirit? Or whither shall I flee thel, Sunday of the second
from thy presence?If ascend quarterly conference.
up into heaven, thou art there: '
If I make my bed in hell, behold -
thou art there." These MT. AARON

verses from Psalms are partof Rev. O. L.Samples,pastorRuthe
the Responsive Reading included M.Hicks,reporter
in the Bible Lesson- Thursday our pastor will WE ELL HAPPINESS
Sermon: to be read in all Christian preach the high noon sermonat Bishop Stephen Gill Spottswood, chairman, ,AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt

Science Churches this the Seaboard Baptist Association NAACP Board of Directors, presents Certificate tfc. u...,..rfi .( N.r'K.tvth
week. The title Is "Spirit." in Fort Lauderdale,for Merit to Mrs. Ruby Hurley for '"25 years of coura- ONLY IS MINUUS MOM ANY WHIM IN MIAMI

The subject J of the Bible the Women's Dept. geous, devoted and successful I service to, the CORNER N.W. 54th ST. i N.W. 3rd AVE.
Speaks to You program, The Deacons' will observe Phone 751-7502
heard over WM3M, at 1:45: their anniversary on the fourth NAACP. Applauding Kivie Kaplan, NAACP Qr2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401 Broward JA 2.5131

P.m. Sunday is "Meeting the Sunday. president. The ceremony took place during the annual Mil DIUVUY ANYWMIM U.S.A.

Challenge of Office Politics." We are asking your prayersfor Fellowship Dinner of the NAACP in New York IN FT.UUDIROAL11103 I.LAS OLAS I1VO.M 1971*
All are welcome at Fifth the sick and shut-in, and
Church of Christ Scientist, remember our servicemen. City on January 12.

1600 NW 54th St.



26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969

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The Naked Truth Return To ParadiseI

do no want to lie with you
Submerged to my chin, I lie upon some sandy beach, ? +
Immersed in a bubble-bath sea .' nor feast my eyes from tip to toe
Except for an abdomen atoll on you within my reach. F Fv.

Shamelessly shaming me. I do not want to sit with you

beneath some shady tree,
Protruding from lapping watersA S
nor rest my head within your lap
rounded island of skin
while your voice comforts me.
Poor belly button depressedA.
I do not want to run with you
through curtains made of rain, "Mau'S s},
nor wash my face of tell-tale prints
World And MineYour
and laugh to feel the pain.

I do not want to kneel with you,
nor close my eyes in prayer;
world and world! Infinite
.. my space but all these things that I don't want,
Separates worlds, each world an ace. I want, for I was there. Dr. Ralph Bunch and his wife at the January 22preview exhibit of Black
Venus an:j Jupiter, Mercury, Mars
Keep to their orbits among the stars, Gene Griener American Artists at the Lee Nordness Galleries, New York, discuss the show

For in His universe yours and mine with Mr. Clifford Cooke (I), Smirnoff National Field Promotion Manager of

The Architect, in wise design, WonderingCharming Heublein, Inc., and two New York artists displaying their works, sculptor
Fitted each world in a cosmic whole
Wrought to achieve a regal goal. . little daughterFull Jack White (center) and painter Arthur Coppedge (r). Dr. Bunche was cochairman

You and I are worlds apart, of wonderment; of this preview of the works of ten artists, which was for the' benefit of

Avatars of a different art; Where did all things come from the NAACP Special Contribution Fund.
Yet we can bless with a cosmic light Also where they writ: .
Worlds unknown in the stellar night. Wu'iti the hail was pounding,
Noisy ,

Mary B. Stevenson Running to the window James Nelson, pastor Rev. 0 Taylor, pastor Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor
This is what she said; Myrtice Hicks, reporter Alfreva Taylor, reporterAll Hattie Humes, reporterThe

The Pendulum Of HopeHis Standing Calling-me almost to breathless.. We're happy to announce to roads will lead to 4205 pastor along with the officers
come, our many friends that we are SW 18th St., West Hollywood, wish to thank everyonewho
Green eyes so expressive, now in our yery own building.So Sunday, Feb. 19, at 3 p.m to paid their assessment in
voice is your church choir, "Where the beans como from?" that you may continue to see and hear The Southernairs the rally on the fourth Sundayin

the chapel where you pray; Grace Darling Ludwick worship with us at year con- of Morven, Georgia along with January.The .
there you can find His love, Shock: To see a man venience, the address Is 7510 The Sons of Jericho of M:am', second Sunday In Feb.
the strength to meet the day. looking like another man NW 15th Ave. Services are as The public is invited. is Founder's Day, in memoryof
who died long ago. usual. There will be a"Tacky Con our founder Richard Allen.
Then you can face the masks, Irma Wassail Continue to pray for the sick vention" sponsored by Sister We are asking each member to

the cold and empty eyes; . .>. and sh ut-ins and bereaved Miry Lightfoot in behalf of the contribute liberally.On .
mankind who thrives on hate, Black NunA everywhere. No. 2 Choir, Feb. 9. Thepub- the third Sunday the choir
whose thirst is quenched by lies. ,'"I Visitors are always wel- lic is invited. officers, and members are

satin blob of ancient tar come Thursday night is prayer asked to accompany the pastorto
In prayer your peace of mind 'I< AME in Per-
in vain search the street meeting. The public is invitedto Hurst Chapel
.. is sent by King of Kings; and knock upon each sacred door. come out and have a good rine for worship.Let .
in hear His voice ;> PEACEFUL"ZION to for
song you 0 '' us remember pray
',' No Jesus there to greet
the pendulum- then swings. you time.Let the sick and shut-Ins.Visitorsare
continue to for
or a loving, gentle Mary. us pray
Gene Griener Perhaps the shadow of the Crossis The No. 1 Ushers' Board is the sick and shut-ins and our always welcome.

etched upon your black round face celebrating their 8th anniversary men in the armed forces.
Quiet DeathA Feb. 6- 9th. Oil
and pain has fingers in your eyes MILLROCK
and thirst has blistered dry your lips. Thursday night Rev. Butler BIBLE TRUE HOLINESS
flower buds, it blooms, ten dies, No. No black face shall be a nun! will be the speaker and on Fri- Rev. Andrew Jackson,pastor
its petals fall upon the ground But, then you found one door day night Rev. Standley The Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor 0. M. Ferguson reporter
like broken wings of butterflies, that opened deep and mighty wide. Sunday evening'speaker will Shirley Cooper, reporterWe There will be baptism Sunday -
in this quiet death there is no sound. Here it was that Jesus waited arms out- be Rev. Shearfield. are inviting all mission- morning we will leave at
streatched. Wednesday night is prayer aries and friends to come and 7:30.

With love it seems to be the same Here it was you found Madonna Mary. meeting, 7:30 p.m. Our prayeris be with us Sunday at 3 p.m. Easter practice will begin
desire is like the infant bund; In this space age day of flight extended to the sick and On Monday night, our revival Monday at 6 p.m.
fulfillment is the bloom in flame, you found a convent. . shut-ins. services will begin at 7:30 Don't forget to pray for the
but when love ends- a silent thud. Sister Mary now . a black nun! Rev. C. P. Preston, pastor; p.m., Elder Hording and Elder sick and shut-in,and the fighting -
Gene Griener Anthony Cami Louise Washington, reporter. Moore are in charge. men in Vietnam.
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CHATTER BOX No. 1 Choir is havingits FRANKLIN'S CARPEr
CarverRanches annual get-together Friday
Elizabeth Caudle,reporterWe home of and
night at the Mr.
are preparing for our
Mrs. Isaiah Arnett, 3030 NW
Valentine Beauty Show, whichwe 12th Avenue SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING
hope you will attend. We The Rev. H. Q. Ferguson,
News plan to make this a big affair, former associate minister at COMMERCIAL CLEANING & FLOOR WAXING

By Walter BOWK so bring your valentine out and Temple, arrived from the Bahamas : CARPETING CLEANED INYOUR HOME OR OUR PLANT
enjoy yourself. last week to see his sister FREE ESTIMATES
YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641
While studying to make the who is ill at South Miami 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE
AttentionCarver RanchesandWashingtonParkResi beau- Hospital. He expects to remain r _..
most of our careers as ::.:; -- .
ticians, we are constantly a few weeks before returningto Y i 11''I' /
dents. Started Monday: January creating new and unique his charge as district pas- .." I r ; i' i
21 your E.O.C.G.. Neighborhood 'styles. We have several students tor of the Baptist Churches at J .: !l"" '( f/Jj'! \ """'" 0' 0,
Service Worker, Mrs. who do outstanding Jobsin Acklins. a 0M 1
.... Althena Raford will be in your hair styling and wig care. Charles Ambrose, choir director fr r4
area on the following days: is still in Veterans vy ii ;
Monday, Tuesday and Friday; Several of our students will Hospital, and Mrs. Louise
5212 M:.yo Street, Wednesdayand go before the state board this Deleveaux is inChristianHos- !J Iffrj:4I: 'I'j jiU I'"t
,Thursday Carver Ranches month. We wish tI.1emJbe best pital. Rev. D, Russell is con- / "
Fire Hall: hours 9 am to 1 pm. of luck. volescing at home after two '. ;; :
weeks in Opa-locka General : ,
The Gay-Ladies: Social and Hospital. Best wishes for their ;;-: .
Civic Club of West Hollywood, MT CALVARY early recovery. I
.... after winning their award of ,- I .,

the year for being the most Rev. S. Atchison,pastor MT TABOR f C",.:.

outstanding Club in 1968, are Phyllis Beal, reporter Rev. James W.Hendon,pastor Ir :) '
.( now giving a PreValentineBall Prayer service every Wilhelmina B.Sands,reporterThe ...i .
Sunday February 9th from Thursday night. Please pray pastor is asking all $)

I j' 4:30 to 9 pm in the Elks Ball- for and visit the sick and the members to accompany him on, ,, t: : ::.S
room in Ft.Lauderdale,Donations shut..ins. Sunday, at 3 NewShUoh o ...E..i '4JJ.l
are $1.50. ..
Baptist Church, Rev. Griffin, '
( pastor to render services. '
o t The Ladies Auxiliary tol ST. MATTHEW Dinners are being sold at, .l : { )
Post 8195 VFW will hold its .
-t the church every Saturday to
Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor '
6 regular meeting on Sunday benefit women's day. Pleaseca116918732toplaceyouror ', I '
l, 9th at 5 Mum- Everyone is invited to the .t
February pm. Ushers' Board 38th.Anniver '\ ._ ..__ .__. _ _=..t1.! .
bers please be present, at the ders. I
post home Mrs. Addie James sary,Sunday, Feb. 9, at 3 p.m. Pray for the sick and shut- We Carry Brand Name Carpeting
for the evening will
President and Mrs. Ruth Scott Speaker ins. Visitors are always wal- ,
,, '., is the Secretary. be Rev. P. Clak, Jr. come. J ",

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NEGRO MANUFACTURERS EXPAND. Officials of the Cannolene Company 5843 NW 17th Avenue
of Atlanta, Ga., discuss expanding production schedules and advertising
plans for the company's line of hair beauty aids and the new "Mystery of LORY'S FASHION SHOPS

Black" line, ,with Mr. J. H. Swan, Woolworth buyer. In the picture left to 6112 Martin NW 7th W. Avenue Smith THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

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director; Woolworth's J. H. Swon and William R. Giles of East Orange, New

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Powell Pushing Ted Kennedy 6026 NW 7th Avenue Magic Operating City the Citgo& Service Harlem Station Cabs


Julian Bond Ticket for 72 SEASON SALE

All Prices Slashed
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, first time give us the kind of Powell told his largely Ne- PHONE
Ala. Harlem Better dresses made to DRIVERS WANTED
Congressman republic democracy gro audience that "theforeign fast

Adam Clayton Powell kept that this nation has never had policy of this country is being meo grid free.ure. Alterations(Indef) Full time or Part-time

some 5,000 persons applauding before." written by you (the Negro). Apply at Office
here this week as he defined He said Negroes can expect What they do to you today, as

"Black Power," suggested "nothing" from the Nixon Ad unknown as you might think you

a Ted KennedyJulianBond ministration. are, becomes flashing head ROUTE SALESMANGood

ticket for 1972 and urg- Referring to the war in Viet lines across the world tomorrow starting salary plus '

ed the purging of"Uncle Toms nam, Powell called it a "stu- morning," Powell said. Com mI I Is s ion Progressive Do you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?

and Aunt Jem!mas" from the pid andsenseless war." He salary increases, unlimited

ranks of Negro leadership. predicted that the war on poverty Because "the world Is jud- promotional opportunities, IT COULD BE VD

"Black Power Is not anti- bill would be killed by ging our country by what 5 day week, paid holidaysand .",
white except when white peo- April 1 because"we can't fight they dQ to you," Powell told paid vacations, good For confidential information and

ple are anti-black," the Congressman a war (military) on $32 billion his audience they had burden pension plan, free life In. free treatment

explained. "We a year and have enough for to bear. "Walk down the surance and free hospital 152
377-0341 Extension
(Negroes) don't believe in violence programs in America. If we streets like you know this land insurance. Apply: National Phone: -

nor do we believe In win the war," he asked"whathave is mine," powall encouragedthem. Linen Service, 1950 NW DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

total nonviolencesuggest- we won?" 1st Avenue.
1350 NW 14th Street, Miami
ing that"anybody that believesin - --

total nonviolence is a damn

fool.Powell" appeared at Tuske- Senator Fred Harris To SpeakAt SAVE UP-TO 40'%

gee Institute under the au- ON

spices of an Interim Com ilt- Brother-hood DinnerU. Auto Insurance AUTO INSURANCE
tee which planned a variety of Immediate SR-22 Filings

activities for students remaining Liability PhysicalDamage I Low Monthly Payments

on campus for the Interim He has taken an active -
S.Senator Fred R.Harrisof always
between the first and
SR 22
Oklahoma, the new national interest in a broad rangeof Filing

second Discussing semester."Black power"at head of the Democratic Party, social concerns. No One Refused GOODMAN & SONS

will be the featured speakerat GOOD DRIVERS
length, Powell said:"Black
the 17th Annual Brotherhood Seed Of Culture No Finance Chargeas
power means black dignity. .
Same locati for
Dinner sponsored by the Na- in two generations
it means black is little as
tional Conference of Chris- At FMCThe
black power means we want tians and Jews to be held at the 15% 40WN 2688 NW, 62nd ST. Phone: 691-0380
full equality. Now!"
Fontainebleau Hotel on Feb. Miami branch of the AT SHE LL'S CITY
Powell called for more and
11th. American Association of Uni-
(South Donr)
new Negro leadership, point-
ing out that there was "not a Senator Harris exemplifies versity Women continues its PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
the modern ideal of the re- "seed of culture" series for
single Negro organization of
any meaning" where Negroeswere spected and able lawmaker the benefit of the Florida Me- AGENCY STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
combined with the popular morial College Library with Phone:754-4951
in control. He called on
"young white militants" to politician, able to influencehis its third program on Feb. 8. 5941 NW 7th Avenuepe1iiuAFLORIST VET TVTED
own party members.He The lecture will be held at
"come and follow us (Negroes -
). And why not," Powell is a recognized leaderin the Library Buildin g of the FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
the field of urban affairs.He college at 15800 NW42nd Ave.,
asked. "We have earned the
right." was appointed by former Miami, at 10 a.m., Saturday. 379-7735
President Johnson to his Spec Coffee and danishserved.Ad- on wO.Miami. .
Interrupt frequently by .
ap- of mission-donation mIni- .l'Iort"
Commission $1.00
ial Advisory
plause, Powell urged Negroes 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
Civil Disorders and is a mum for adults. Students 25$.
purge our ranks of the
Uncle prominent member of the Subcommittee Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chapman
Tom and Aunt Jemi-
on Executive Re- will speak on Negro Culture,
mas that are around us. It is
organization which has con- Folklore and Artifacts She 4340 N.W. 7th AVllue 1 1MI.INI
time for us to be ruthless with
ducted pace-setting studies of was executive secretary of the .... 0, FIOfld WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYII /
our own people Powell said
Roosevelt Savings and Loan MADE
urban problems. CUSTOM
time for us to stand and
point them out regardless up who Senator Harris isa memberof from 1962-66; is President of PLASTIC FURNITURE
the Permanent Subcommittee Dor-Cha Realestate Inc., and
they be." SLIP COVERS
of Drew
on Investigations which is president Elementary
He singled out the NAACPas f elYSTAL eLlAI
I ,
of the School Parent Teacher's As-
engaged in a study cause e t4un GAYS/
one of the Negro organiza- e LONG LASTING
of urban riots sociation.
and prevention rue IJIITANT
whites.tions which is controlled by and has presided over severalof The Miami Branch of\UW G UllV UARANTIIPWOKIUft. ... ...a Afs.

from "You can'ttake money the Subcommittee's major hopes to mobilize wide pub- ,IUaI'- .
somebody without him lic participation in these lec- 1M.
whistling and you 'got to obey hearings. W O tory .IPIllllll
Senator Harris has spon- tures another programs aim- C 'ilMIHIM Peet mlMATII
his :,
tune, the 60 year old con- the Florida Memorial .WE WIRE FLOWERS run e
sored or co-sponsored much ed at making e cue ow SPECIALIZING
gressman All 5(5155 CALL
pointed out. major legislation in\\\the Sen- College an outstanding ANYWHERE G PIN 11m. IN PLASTIC 04V 01
who was recently
ate including bills to streng- depository for Negro his- :
allowed to reclaim his congressional and culture. We Cod. 305
then our educational systemand tory hopeto
1 seatafterbeing thoasand volumes House 01 Gretthen
encourage further advance acquire a new
fined and stripped in his 22 to 754-8061
next to achieve
in e con 0 m I c development by year
years Ted of seniority, called fora and in the fields of science full accreditation by the Southern : 758-4371 anytime 24 hour service 3/4-5082
Kennedy-Julian Bond social science and medi- Association of Collegesand
ticket in 1972. Such a ticket, Universities.
Powell said, would "for the cine.

28 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, February 7, 1969 .

Coca-Cola's ScholarshipPrograms

Spearing with.........
,,_ Expands
vuMBfiP 4 : fUM
: ATLANTA. The CollegeAid In commenting on Coca
,0" m. ,:A.\.t Scholarship program established Cola USA's participation in the
,.( by Coca-Cola USA scholarship program with
: .. 'f' ) last year ,has .been expand' NCNW, Mr..Wallsald; that the}
, -
t:< "; \. to include the.National Council purpose of the i I activity was

BY HARRY SPEAR of Negro women,accords "to provld .((ile de4. funds for
to a joint announcement made .assisting I .deserving, young
recently by Mfo( Dorothy: t people who could not other I
BASEBALL PLAYERS GQLF TOURNEYJoe Height, president 'of' NCNW, wise afford a college educa
and Kelvin Wall: manager of tion." .
Black, vice-president of Greyhound Lines,and National the Market Development Department The winning high school
League baseball Rookie-of-the-year in 1952, has accepted an Coca-Cola USA. senior will receive the granton
Invitation to participate in the National Baseball player's Golf! The addition of National:
: the the basis of financial need, -----------
Championship, Feb. 8-1lj at the City of MiamiGolf Course at Council of Negro' Women to the college board examinations,
Miami Springs. Black, who won the top rookie award as a joint srtttJarsti.'p: aid program leadership qualities and the B-CC Are Leading Small
Brooklyn Dodger pitcher, was the fourth of five consecutive makes six national organiza- desire to pursue a college I
winners of the award who were Negroes. Three, Don New- tions who are participating In education. Student screening Colleges With 35.7 AverageJohnny
combe, Jim Gilliam and Black, were Dodgers.Other Negro the cooperative project. This assistance for the selectionof
participants In the City of Miami-sponsored sports classic! new scholarship addition will a recipient will be provided Allen of Bethune- Tournament Team, Honorable
include Chuck Hinton, California Angel slugger;Garth Reeves, substantially Increase the by the National Scholar- Cookman College has taken Mention on NAIA All American -
Sr., editor of the Miami Times and Dave Bondu, Miami Times number of high school: seniors ship Service and Fund for Ne- The Small College Bas- List and The NCAA Small
c 01 1 u mn is t. Reeves and Bodu will compete inthepres s eligible to receive financial gro Students with headquarters ketball scoring leadership for College Tournament Team -
division. Admission to the tournament is free, with action assistance for their college in New YorkCity.NSSFNSis the first time in his career. District 6. He finished in the

scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. each morning. education. widely recognized and ac- The 6-8 senior boosted his top five among small collegeslast

A national winner will he< acclaimed throughout the nation average to 35.7 a game to year with a 32.2 average.He .
NEW TENNIS COURTS AT HAULOVER selected from the seniors: as a leading educational knock out season long leader, remained in the Top Ten

nominated>y the local chap- organization dedicated to providing Johnny Rinks of KenyonOhio( ), throughout the season. He is a
Metropolitan Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall and County ters of NCNW, and announced! counsel and financial who dropped to third place at team player who will fight for
Commissioners dedicated six new tennis courts, valued amore at the organization's national help to deserving college 34.1. Ken Hall of Westminster rebounds under the board and
than $50,000, Thursday, Feb. 6 atHaulover Park, 10800
convention later this year. hopefuls. (Utah) moved to second pass off to a teammate rather
Collins Ave. Bal Harbour.
at 34.5. than take a bad! shot.
The addition to Haulover Park, which already includes ex- NewYork Knicks; place
In games this season
Dade seven ,
Former Allen who finished number
cellent boating facilities, picnic areas and a nine-hole pitch! ,
Allen has tossed in 106 field
Slide On five in the nation at 32.1 has
and putt golf course, is part of Dade County's continuing ef- By ,
goals 38 free throws for a
never been higher than sec- ,
fort to recreational facilities. Teacher Faces
public .
One Point total of 250 points, with a 35.7
ond in any of the weekly scor-
Following the brief dedication, Mayor Hall and the County;
His high were
average. games
Commissioners will be guests at a luncheon given by the In- ing statistics.The .
If missed Sundays bas-
you Jail TermA 51 points against Edward Wat-
terama Chamber of Commerce at the Ivanhoe Hotel, 10175! ketball between the New
game holds the school's record for ers, 45 points against Alabama
Collins Ave. York Knickerbockers and the former( chairman: of the scoring with an amazing 2205 State and 41 against Baldwin-
Boston Celtics, you missed music department of Miami Wallace.
paints He tossed in 997 points
TINKER TO MEMPHIS STATE the basketball game of the sea- Dade Junior College North was last season. He was named to Allen is 60 points pass his
ordered Tuesday to start pace this time last season
the Associated Press All
Gerald Tinker Coral Gables' All-State and All-Southern son.The
game was on edge all serving a one-year jail sen- when he compiled: 997 points
American List The SIAC All
halfback will his for the State ,
use sprinter's speed Memphis
the way, but in the last few tence for a conviction on em- (total) for the year.
freshman football team next fall. Conference Tea m. All SIAC
seconds it was even more in- bezzling college funds.
Tinker, 5-10, 155-pounder who won the state meet 220-yard tensed. Criminal Court Judge Car-
dui: as a Junior last spring,will be signed to a Memphis State Bill Russell of the Celtics ling Stedman turned down a
grant-in-aid this afternoon by:Tiger Head Coach Bill Murphy scored the last point endingthe request to mitigate the sen-
Tinker scored 14 touchdowns for the state champion Cava- 95-94.
game tence of Robert Thomas, 37,
liers last fall and averaged an amazing 12.7 yards per rush Russell, player-coach suf- who now has a job at Virginia -
during the regular season.Ten of his touchdowns were on playsof fered strained ligaments of the State College in Peters-

23 yards or longer. right knee when he crashed to burg, Va. eeTIME"

.. A VOTE OF THANKSThe the floor in the final secondsof He was found guilty on two

writer of this column wishes to thank everyone who the Celtics' National Bas- counts of larceny by Judge
made my 81st birthday the most enjoyable one I ever had. It ketball Association loss to the Stedman's ruling in July 1967. {
seems the older I get the younger feel. Thanks to Joe Robbieof New York Knicks in Boston Stednun's ruling wasaffirmedby By PHIL DDCON
the Miami Dolphins for his party,Miami Colonial for their Garden. He was taken imme- the Third District Court of
party, the Biscayne Dog Track, Mr. Knight, Earl Swaine,, diately to the hospital, where Appeals. Thomas was chargedwith - -
Julie Cole and Bob Savage, for the party they gave me at the doctors decided no surgerywas 'pocketing $910 which he
dog track. needed. had been given to pay private Northwestern Bulls broke the three year winning streak of
ALL-STAR GAMESix "His biggest trouble is Instructors of some of the the Roosevelt Miroon Devils in a game that saw action galore.
IN complete exhauston," the overloaded department's However, rm :still with the theory that pms of this kind
Dade County football players have been named to the doctor said. students. should be played in places large enough to seat the spectators.I .
South team for the annual North-SouthAll-Star high school l still fault the athletic directors who are not far sighted
football game at Gainesville in August. JOIN NOW! enough to know when it is necessary to change the playing sightof
They are Coral Park end Barry Smith, Palmetto guard John AND SUPPORT THE a natural sell-out gam,.
Tucker, Jackson back Oscar Anderson, Miami Springs defen-
sive end Mike Dely, and Coral Gables offensive bask Gerald Carver YMCAMembership Speaking of games, the Bulls take on the Generals of Jack-
Tinker and defensive safety John Clifford son this week In what could be quite a contest. As we all know,
Tom Atwell of Class A state finalist Lakeland Kathleen was: DriveCall the Generals were the only team todefeatthe Bulls this year.In .
chosen to coachtheSouth.Atwellwonbya narrow margin over the interest of good clean sportsmanship, I sincere hope
Nick Koyts, coach of Coral Gables' Class AA state chamj:'- there are no Incidents before, during or after the game. Con-
Ions.Five 696.0231 Send your membership to: flicts of any kind present problems to the entire interscholastic -
Dade players were chosen as alternates: Norland end 5770 NW 15th AVENUE program and will only tend to curtail or cease compe-
Mark Hewitt, Killian back Rufus Ferguson, Edison back Nat tition.
Moore, South Dade linebacker Gary Mills and Coral Gables Youth $3.00 Teenage $5.00 Adult $10.00

center Doug Muirheid. Family $25.00 Century $100.00 The next few days might see the ice broken on female Jocksat

all major tracks in the country. Last week saw the first
t-------------- gal ride in actual competition. She lost; but rode pretty good.

Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE I I COLLEGE BASKETBALL I II Horse racing will never be the same

I II Drew Jr. High and Dorsey Jr. High Schools have 13-1 bas-
ketball records. This week they meet In the championship
I I FLA. Am UNIVERSITY' gama at Northwestern's gym. Both coaches promised to show
STYLES FOR ALL AGES I up for the game at full strength; but neither is predicting a

The Very Latest in Men's Fashions I victory Next week I'll give commp.nts on the game from play-

SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS I VS.mmsin. ers, spectators and coaches.To .
ITALIAN SHOES I prove a point on how hard a basketball game can be on
I OF MIAMI players, teams and above all season's records the New York
Knicks lost Caz Russell and the Boston Celtics lost Bill Rus-
I I II sell last week. Even though they aen't one player, can either

I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 I II team replace them or afford to have them out of the lineupin
these last few weeks of the NBA season. The lost of these

HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN I I II two men might just eliminate both teams froma play-off spot
Miami Beach Auditorium

ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING I FROM 8:15: P.M. I II Baseball has come up with a few experimental changes for
SOME CHRONIC ILLNESS? WILL YOU I this year. The majors changed the height of the nv.uad. and the
HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE I FIRST GAME I II strike zone; while the minor went on to change the rules on
pinch hitters and runners and also Intentional walks. The
y I changes weremadeprimirily to speed th game up and to provide
i' Universal pays its death claims the some day death 6:30 p. m. more offense. Before I make any comments Til have to

occurs. RESERVED SEATS $3 AND $2.50 see the rules In action for a period of tim.
Join U.N.C.A.
i' GENERAL ADMISSIOII $2-STUDENTSI.50 After one of the games, I caught singing group, that turned -
Christian Aid I out to be a bunch of local fellows. They sounded well enough
1- Universal Society
<:,,, SEATS AVAILABLE AT NORTH TRAVEL BUREAU t o be signed up by Motown for some records soon to be released -
1} AND REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST t 1104 NW 3rd Avenue ;;u give the fellows a break and get their latest release.The
: WILL BE PAID. name of the group "The Prolifics."
Fl' MEMORIAL EXPENSES I University of Miami Downtown Ticket Office

CALL NOW. I 228 S. E. First Street I Ior Sportsman of the week: Tom Pittman-after so many years,

691-7669 Miami Beach Convention Hall I you can't come back.
11 Until afte r the game, ell see you at the next meeting.
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.__ .. .. THE MI1MI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969 29
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E REAl IrC language for properties F.S.E. REPORT:
:? :; I
S i :11 f0A that owners authorize you to CARLTON REALTY
"?- sell for them. I Training Open Now
". '.;
T.:" .I12 ::"R: First, develop the habit : 3074 NW 19 STREET BROKER
: ;; when driving, to keep off the I If you have no experience but want to work-here is an
::.{ By FRED r?N main streets when you have : 693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 754-6733 opportunity to work and learn new trade All you have to

T 1,,: BETTELHEIMJRE;: time, and instead drive I do Is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office
:: :::: through back streets en route I FHA-CBS. Cozy corner, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, tile firs, listed below.
E!;f, R to wherever you are going! : room to build, zoned for duplex, $9,000, $500 (1) A local employer has a Job opening for a mechanically
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The idea is to keep on the lookout I $63.97 mo. inclined trainee to learn the repair and maintenance

Years ago there was a popular for "For Sale by Owner"signs .: FHAConvenient location. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, gar., bf production machines. A willing worker can start at
I song, "There's No Business " on houses, and also for vynl concrete firs, $12,500. $600 dn,, $89.64 mo. $2.25 an hour for a 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. work shift,
Like Show Business. income properties that come I Monday through Friday.

True, but to be successful under our special classification FHA CBS Large spacious, 5 bdrms, 2 baths, (2) A NorthMiami employer has a Job opening for a,,
show biz you must be blessed of"p r o v e n moneymakers den, $1,200 down, $146.67 mo. mechanically inclined trainee to learn the repair of electric
with talent, and probably a ." There are two kinds of and gas lawn mowers. The salary will start at $2.00
FHA CBS. 2 houses on one lot. Tile rfs terr
deal of talent. What do ,
great proven moneymakers to look firs 3 bdrms 1 bath an hour for an 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. shift, Monday
front, 1 bdrm, 1 bath rear.
need to be successful in
you for two three :
: and four unit Live in through Friday.
one, rent the other.$21,500$1,300 down
real estate? There is no simple apartment buildings on the one I $147.50 month. (3) We have an opening fora drapery installer. Experi-
answer. Some suggest a hand, and larger apartment : ence is not necessary. The salary will start at$1.75 an
vague "ability to get along with buildings that fit into a special I FHA CBS Grandiose waterfront. Tile rf, 3 bdrm, hour and you would work from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
people," whatever that may category we will discuss : 2 bath, F la rm, gar.,$23,000, $1,600 down, $158.53 Monday through Friday.
mean. I don't know a better an- later. Next week we will discuss mo.
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swer, but you don't have to be the particular reason why : RETIREE PROFESSIONAL OR BUSINESSMAN
talented in any special way. duplexes, triplexes and four- I Waterfront luxury home. Double lot, tile rf, CBS. AUTO INSURANCELow k
You don't have to be too smart, plexes are so desirable. I Hardwood & terr firs, 4 bdrms,3 baths, 2 car gar. Premium Rates
Just so you're not too stupid. To do this in an organized !: $32,500, $4,000 down. Make your termsll Low Monthly Payments "
No need to look like a movie way rather than just hit-or- Excellent
Location. Large 2 bdrm house on 3 Immediate SR-22 Filings
star, just so you are neat and miss as suggested above, the : lots. Zoned duplexes or church. $12,500 cash.
make a passably presentable best thing to do is to take a $12,500 cash. OFFICE HOURS
No need to be Mon. Thru Fri. 930-7iOO
appearance. a city map and pick out a particular AJwuwuw Sot. 9.30.4100
spellbinder of a speaker, justso area a half dozen
you can talk with ordinary blocks or so each way. Mark BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
ability to ask questions and explain the area carefully and then
4740 NW 7th Avenue
things.No special educational proceed to drive through it "',_'"__ "" _._ ......'_'" .N ". _,,' .' '" ,"" ,,,<, 754-0655
requirements. It helpsto back and forth and crisscross -

oe good with figures, but When you have all the sWsWf Jrw-W&j"iwfwwE" *
others can do this for you if addresses of homes for sale
your arithmetic isn't too good. and good income properties in REAOT MiamI

In short, the qualifications are that area, you are ready to go King Really, Inca of
not too high If you are willing to work on them. With the
to work and able to get good homes, it is just a matter of $ROfl'aER' DADe King 51.COUNTY. Buya" EI TORS 8000 NW 7th

guidance. speaking with the owners and IS OUR Ave
Many people in real estate asking the necessary ques- OPEN 1..DAYS, KINGDOM' -
spend all their time selling tions in order to obtain the detailed CALL
homes There are surely i n fo tlon
r m a required
families in need of bet- for 643.2331
enough selling them. The easy
Neat 2 bedroom CBS with large enclosed front
ter homes to keep us all busya is to list of
way carry a questions 3
porch and Florida room that can be used as third
long time. But it is better, with you, and just read
bedroom at 23rd Ave. 42nd St.
near Garage, awn-
In my opinion, to specializeIn off the questions until you know
ings, appliances., some furniture. FHA bargain at
both homes and income pro- them by heart, and writedownthe
$12,500, $400 down, $89.68 month.
perty. My reasons will become answers carefully With

clear as we get further along income property, owners seldom ,, WILL'SELL FOR FHA VALUATION
with our discussion.Let us assume put out "For Sale" signsor Lovely' bedroom, 2 both CBS. Large \Fla room,

now that you have decided let brokers do so because carport, awnings, jalousie windows, air :conditioners I II

to sell real estate andhave they don't like the tenants to wall to wall carpeting, sprinkler'system.! ':... :. t IIONW83 STREETNew
passed your exam and are know, so they must be check FHA $16,000, $600. down $106.34'nonthr. !! , "' {J; f I home. bedroom 1I 1-,
.: ,, ._ !. : } / :t : Gorgeous 3 2 bath, builtinrange
ready to work with a brokerof ed out individually.Next .
and Call for details.
your choice who is mutually week we will discuss NO RED TAPE-MOVE IN I oven. us t

willing to have you registerwith some of the reasons why income Modern 2 bedroom CBS, 2 Fla rooms, huge car 2010 NW 87 STREET I

him. What do you do next? property is so terrific port, awning windows, carpeting, awnings, paneling bedroom, 2 bath, only $85 month. $700 down.
Selling real estate 1 s a mat- and the procedures in findingout in Fla room, and huge living room, stove, I I
ter of getting a group sellers if they are for sale. refrigerator, dishwasher i washing machine. 1811 NW 93 TERRACE t

and a number of buyers, and $1,600 down, take over FHA mortgage of $12,500 2 bedroom, stove-refrigerator, well and pump,
putting deals together by fitting and $103 month pays all. fenced FHA terms. I

buyers and sellers together WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION : .' : 1171-73 t
In the best pairing arrange- .)!f I NY.99.. STREET
ments can make. Thereare Beautiful home on large fenced, landscaped-lot. 1".t Gorgeous, 2 bedroom, 1 bath each side. Duplex
you of finding both Open front porch, many ways dows curtains This l 2 bed U sellers drapes, etc lovely fj
buyers and but in order
to attract buyers must room CBS is a,well worth the FHA ,price of $13* \' JUST OUT NEW VA RESALE LISTINGS II
first have something you to sell. 't CPU TIME n4. <*rrtd. SiifiM 000 with $400 down and $87 month. -JA... I FROM $500 DOWN TO ANYONE


several of the ways of getting I Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, screened rear, I OPEN ,7'DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE t II
-------------------- tropical porch with sliding glass doors, built-in
kitchen, large vanity bathrooms, wall to wall car I I
petlng, beautifully landscaped large fenced yard, specialize in homes-for f persons being displaced
For Sale I
I in Urban Renewal Miami
sprinkler system, 2 car carport, etc. This out- area, Housing
standing hone is well worth FHA price of.$19,500, I Projects. Veterans ,call to see if you qualify I
$900 down and $137.85 month. You're only a phone call away. .


Modern duplex' at 6345 N; Miami Ave, Florld ',m, N i lllJl lmltlt1llllll1ll tIll( nnmmnlllnnnnnnmnmmllllllllllllllllllnlllllllnllllllllU
tile roof gas heat,. ait, conditioners,. furniture, '

RENOVATED CONDITION. TO appliances.,,fHA. price $16,500, $600 d"", .,( $113.931 .
BE SOLD FOR $400 DOWN, $150 MONTH. '(nio. Rent one .,lde and,live in, the other rent Ir... 'tyt For Sale


254 NW 52nd Street $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

tf; :( LOOKING O FOR' SECURITY. INCOME f;> 2 BedroomFla.

ROOM, KITCHEN, HARDWOOD FLOORS, '!/,We' : have;seyerraisduplexes; ,,5,unit' 'ond;6 unit {n:
GORGEOUS. $400 DOWN $115
GARAGE. com*]propertles.thot'can buy ,with a.>' OU"\: !? Room
MONTH. ,;; able dowrTpayment and:;excellent terms,.wIthrno''td ;:

* > tope, ':Y}'o.{afi live' sea"freR"ondhawyirwcom.too. :f !> Immediate PossessionNo
All m4ders'aadln! 'best locations, . ';., ,

261 NE 56th StreetUP . < ". (,'><,

AND DOWN DUPLEX ." .i <., "'I" I QualifyingNo

2 DOWNSTAIRS \\REALTY4 Closing Cost:

$125 MONTH ' ,.,
$600 DOWN 1# ?;-141 jj$ $250 Down '
< !
/ -
Call Owner: '4932 NW, 7tfc; :Ave.., Y"N $105 Month ; '

371-4972 9-4371" *.* * * *.* *

., .

Or 358-1879 CAROL CITY SHOPPING CENTER':/: Call Owner 3714972Evenings

:208 624-3666 '
Evenings 865-2160 Open,.' Evenings' r- Sundays 865-2160

30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 7, 1969

CLASSIFIED ADS Childcare in my home. Your MORE JOBS

child will be given the best of

care. I do not pick up children. II THAN MEN ALL WEEK
If interested Call 759-8335. TEMPORARY. LASORGRAtF/


i 907-11 fit 1 AVE.
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 bath 1869 NW 84th St. FHA 3 bed- ,A nice air-conditioned roomin 4i Milvina Simmons t MI,",I', Pinnt L linn,' Srrvitr,
J. of 1351
screened porch fenced 1 bath total price $9- a private home. Call after
yard, room, ,
Ter. i ,
NW,55th d.Feb.l.Shel ,
sprinklers, close to 300. Seller pays closing costs, .4:30:, p.m. 759-6088.'. ,' ,: !,' '',, i$/survived ,by one brother OUR PRINTING I

ping, FHA $300 down, $86.75 $300 down (Vets or 221 people Frank
Jones one cousin Mrs.
month, Veteran or displaced $100), $76.22 monthly, Hurry, Nice room in private home. Naomi Grant. Remains will be Quality Job; Budget Price I
perso $100 down. Atlantic Hurry! Hurry! Aetna Realty Near bus stop. Working pea shipped to Rahmsey Funeral MARRIOTTINFLITE

and Pacific Realtors, 666- (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. ple preferred. Cooking privileges Home in Jacksonville for final No Job Too Large or Small
0411. 757-5724, open 7 days. Contact 8 I p.m. SERVICES
only. 2331 Rutland Street Opa- Deadlines Met on Time

"FHA" BRAND NEW! 3 bedroom, 2 locka. DRIVER
Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips of
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX bath 1366 NW 96th Street Satisfaction Guaranteed NMO 1ft Driver ,
Trnnra< 'li>
60th 1315 NW 62nd St., died Jan.30 l lIrn airline catering, Must he
612 NW
Excellent location, young, central heat and air, ready to Office. Drive by ahle! to work Saturday and Sun.
in Christian Hospital. She is and. customers come back! dnve. Good '
Good for our darling Hilary. In-
large 2 bedroom each side, be moved into. $25.700 St. Near City. fUnllhlld 11 l watks. Unlformi
home plus Income.Price$19- $141.15 monthly. If you can afford any type of professional ser- survived by one daughter Bea- ,..d vmr.1 Profit waekt, tharlnp vacation, arouo alter I

400. $900 down plus all closing the best, cal now- Aetna vice. Plenty of parking. $90 trice Jasper; 30 grandchildren Miami Times Iniuranea and Itc.UTILITY.

costs. Drive by 3101 NW 9th Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th month. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, vices and will six be great held grands.Ser-at HELP
Avenue then call us Fenster 757-5724 7 7592425.A .
St., Phone: open
Realty Broker 759-8779. 2 p.m. in Mt. Zion Baptist Call OX 10421 NITFB!!!! 4 strong healthy mm laM
days. Church. ",trkb In the Utility Department.
able to work Saturday
,. responsable working woman and Sund..I. All 'hlltl .allablll' *,
who want call ronnel fllrlna "IIIry, PeriOdiC
INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITY a room evenings furnish
7014 NW 5th Avenue ftare.rtoiiB.(1ri.
Drive by small 2 bedroom bun- 6:30 or all day Sunday. 693- I Is APPLY

17 UNITS (ALL FURNISHED) galow not much but beats 0353.
This is a chance to give your-
renting. No qualifying. $7,000 for hU.1
Room in lovely home ma- pportunity Ernplovir
self a good income opportunity. total. Terms arranged.A Ben- tured male or female. Phone MARI[ GRAS DANCE

Take advantage of this excellent Kori, Realtor, anytime, 759- 757-3862. e Friday, Feb. 7
investment of these 17 2425. '
units. One mortgage. Call us Everglades Hotel

for all details.Fenster Realty HIALEAH APARTMENTSNo a Illllt
children. 1 and 2 bedroom Donation $2.00
Broker, 759-8779. Small 2 bedroom CBS nice
apartments include refrigerator Tickets on sale by members
Very nice :3 bedroom 1 bath and clean. Only $200 down. range, unfurnished, re-
CBS. Beautiful marble floor Total $8500 FHA. A. Ben- painted. Water free. 1 bed-(

will be painted inside and out- Kori, Realtory, anytime, 759- room $19 week or $75 month.

side, FHA $250 down, $83 2425. 2 bedroom $21 week or $80 SOUTHERNBELL MATERIALHANDLERS ] 11ertflfi'

month, seller pays closing month. Convenient shopping
CBS Duplex 2 bedroom bath
cost. Veteran or displaced and working areas around Hia-
one side, 1 bedroom, 1 bath
person, $100 down. Drive by leah. Hi-Lo Apartments, 2490
1784 NW 63rd St. Phone 666- other side. Located NW 93rd West 4th Ct. #1 Hialeah, Gr. NEEDS PACKERSN.
St. FHA $16,400 $600 down
0411, to see inside. Atlanticand Mrs. Williams 887-0763. WOMENIn
Pacific Realtors. No closing costs. Livein one, HIALEAH
rent the other, don't let this Two bedroom house for rent. Various PositionsNo HAS

LIKE NEW CBS one slip away, bring a deposit May be seen Saturday or Sunday experience necessary IMMEDIATEOPENINGS

3020 NW 58th Street today! Aetna Realty (Broker), 6245232. Full pay while training OPA LOCKAAND

Real beauty! 2 bedrooms, 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- Apply: FOR

large living room, dining 5724, open 7 days. Monday, Thursday, Friday JANITORSPART

room, utility room. Only $400 HELP WANTED 345 N. E. 2nd Avenue CAROL CITYAREAS
down. Vets with 221 $100. NO QUALIFYING" 8325 N. E. 2nd Avenue TIME NIGHTS
Owner 693-2631. 2 bedrooms CBS, cute home. Salesman wanted. Wonderful 9101 S. W. 24th Street

t.. Near schools,shopping,etc. opportunity. Ford Realty, 3639 Downtown, location oo.. .n GROWING' and comMny rinaa benefit with toedWMI la Good Pay
2 bedroom CBS. FHA $300 Big yard. Hardwood floors. NW 15th Avenue. 6354595. Saturday a.m. *. tooting for in energetic person Fringe Benefits
I learn.
who It willlnfj to Opportunity '
down. $67 month. Selle pays See it t" appreciate. Total an equal opportunity employerU. tlon Apply to grow.Immediately.COPYSTATICS Perminent. poll Apply in Person:
all closing costs. Corner lot. price $12,900. Only $900 Sales girl receptionist. Gla- Olvlilon of Saxon MFG.Induitrlei CORP., 309 NW 2nd AVENUEMF

75th St. area. TUBIN Real- downpayment. Drive by, then mour Tress Wigs. 7545401Feb. MI, :no.ri'ln J7TH u I CT.Park 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
call 1075 NW 76th Steet. ( 14) MIAMI FLA.
tors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- : An equal opportunity employer
4785. Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- Wanted: Reliable young wo- S. CIVIL SERVICE (indef)

8779. man to work in kindergarten.Must JOBS
love children and be able Men and Women
to drive. 691-2051 or 633-2306 18 to 65
New sub division. Over half FOR SALE
Start at high at $4680 first INC.
sold already. 18 homes re- Choice lot in Lincoln City. FEMALE CLERK year. U. S. Citizens only. OF DADE COUNTY
maining 3 bedrooms, 1,bath Goulds, Fla. Call 696-8477. Grammar school education
to 4 bedrooms, baths.Prices Immediate opening for some- usually sufficient. Keep
one preferably underprivileged present lob while Contact your nearest neighborhood center
start at $17,600, VA financing FOR SALE
who has recent clerical training. Low monthly
wIth no down payment, or low Choice residential lot NW 68th tuition payments. For free Center Address
skills business experi-
FHA payment Open 1 to sun- Terrace between 13th and 14th and/or Information and list of Culmer-490 N.W. 11th Street
set everyday. Located at 90th Avenues. Call 696-8477. ence in bookkeeping. No typing positions for which we Brownsville-2741 N.W. 49th Street
required.This position demands train, mall coupon to
Ave. and SWU8thSt.JenningsConstruction and in ALPHA, 905 Buena Vista Liberty City-1900 N.W. 75th Street
Co. (Feb. 14)) Corner lot for sale. Carver's speed accuracy Station, Miami, Fla. 33137. Coconut Grove-3743 Grand Avenue'Coconut Grove)
Ranches. 50x140. 691-9314 or handling paper work along witha Perrlne-17801 'Homestead Avenue (Perrine)

OPEN FROM 1 5 634-7486. (Feb. 14)) good memory and pleasantbut NAME. John F. Kennedy-422 S.W. 11th Avenue (Homestead)

2920 NW 157th St. CBS house, firm personality. If you ADDRESS: Opa Locka-2338 All Baba Avenue (Opa Locka)

3 bedroom, 2 baths, awnings, 3 bedroom CBS, large fencedin are looking for a challengingjob Edison Little River-7467 N.W. 7th Avenue

fenced all around, $15,500. yard. 21/2 baths, dining with equal considerationfor CITYi South Miaml-6581 S.W. 59th Place (South Miami)
advancement call
Small down payment. FR 1- room and, Fla. room. $2,000 Larry STATE
1905 or 531-3184. down and take over present Stenger at Royal Castle Sys-
mortgage. 691-0634 or 693- tems, Inc., 887-8121, ext. 47, PHONE:.__ AGE:-

FHA 2893. from 9-3 p.m. Monday thru

2 HOUSES ON 1 LOT Friday. 3800 NW 62nd Street. I
Terrific dealt 2 bedroom 3 bedrooms,,double Your professional beautician

house plus garage.Ranchstyle garage. Shown by appointment Experienced beautician. 691- HELP WANTED : knows the answer...

Other home a one bed- only. 757-6507. 9543. MaleDANISH I

room, all CBS. Price$21,550.Downpayment PASTRY

plus closing Asbestoes shingles, 3bed- Beauty operator wanted. 691- MAN

.. "'" cost. Don't miss it.Originally room, 11/2 baths, tile floors, 9392 or 751-7449. (Feb. 28) I

priced at $22,500 Drive by large screened porch. $200 MISC. and I

6500 NE 1st Place. Shown by down. FHA terms. Veterans SALADSANDWICHAND I

appointment only Fenster only $100 down. Call Emma, Wanted: Female wife. Qualifications GRILLMEN Why does some hair

Realty, Broker, 759-8779. Realtor, Phil Perry, Inc., 642- : dedicated and black. : break off when ?
0461. Tom Washington Dry Clean- Must be experienced. Year combing

IDEAL INCOME PROPERTY ers. 1342 NW 62nd Street. round work, liberal fringe I
1372 1378 NW 62nd Street benefits. Good chance for
DADE- CAMERA CENTERat Your hair is precious and delicate...and none of us like to see
CBS building with 4 stores. 1708 NW 36th Street, is now Do you have time on your advancement. Parking space It break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use )
Land alone worth asking price. for sale. Good inventory, low hands? You don't know whatto available. Starting salary I of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often J

All stores rented. Large lot. rent 12 on this street. do? Please donate your for danish pastry man is are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair breakage. But
Excellent for church etc. hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks
$115 week and $110
time to us and help fight Leu- per
Priced right, Good opportunity. off in everyday combing.Notice how irritated your scalp becomes
,,' Owner will take back first kemia tool! Call Leukemia per week for salad-sand ,
Studio space. No phone when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does?
) mortgage at 6%.,Drive by,then calls please, See Society of America 373-2624. wich and grillmen. Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and )
',) call Assoc.,. Barbara Stewart Sam.FE. (Mar. 8) tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing.
( 21)) :
: I' at 446-7671.. Searle & Morris JUNIORSRESTAURANTS Otherwise, unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to )
the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed
Real Estate, Inc. Month of MARCH is Leukemia ) : softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break-
159 NW 47th Street 2 bed- month volunteers needed to age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely
{ 160 NW 69th STREET room CBS, enclosed front visit neighbors please call See Mr. Kuester, 79th and on Clairol Hair-So-New spray-on creme rinse. For combingease

-t/I -.. Drive by this lovely big 2 bed- porch, large rooms, FHA Leukemia Society of America Bis. Blvd. between 9 a.m. and for beautifying your hair in many other ways, trained

,(,. room CBS plus sleeping porch. $13 000 $400 down (Vets and 373-2624. (Mar. 8)) & 2 p.m. for danish pastryman. your beauticians specific stock needs.a complete family of fine Clairol products for

\ Also 2 car garage with apart- 221 people $100), No closing Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care
t ment. You pay only $96 month ,costs. Don't miss this jewel Draperies taken down, clean- Salad-Sandwich Grillmen C and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems,

i (\, with rental. $1300 down FHA. great location. Aetna Realty ed, decorator folded and re- call: 758-7916 for employ ( only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. ;J
(Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph. ( .CI.IroIInc:.1M7 Courtesy of CI.lrollnc:. )
to Ben-Kori,Realtor,anytime hung. Lustra-tone Drapery ment. C )
* I'I'A.; 757-5724, open 7 days. Service, 8878022. (lade!.)

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There's Plenty Potential In DADE COUNTY'S "







Why there is a Miami Times readers are interested in the,media that's interested in them-
the media that brings them news and information that they can't find anywhere,
growing interest else. That's why Miami Times readers spend up to 3 hours reading what they consider -
in the MIAMI TIMES their newspaper. Like a weekly magazine, the Miami Times stays in the
home from week to week.

200,000 Dade

Negro Population

One out of every 5 of Dade's ONE MILLION population are Negroes .
And 25. .per cent one out of every 4 Negroes are regular readers of the
Miami Times.

60 per cent of all regular readers of the Miami Times are between the
ages of 18 and 49 . primary consumers. A.ddefrom representing over one-third
30,000 of all Negro families with 3 or more members vast market for daily household
items-they include the newly-married "first-purchasers" well as the now-that-
YOIIiI readers the-children-have-grown" buyers of major items such as automobiles, furniture,
travel, and clothing.

90 per cent of all dade county Negroes earning over

$5,000.00 are regular Miami Times readers....

7 These are the middle and upper income families who should be your first
v f i market target and whose buying decisions do influence the less-educated Negro.



10,000 circulation means 50,000 readers. . . .

The Miami Times is a "NeighborlyVwr! / .Su much: M>, that one copy "J
i.Y' usually read by from 4 to 5 perwm in the apartment building or the neighborhood _
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