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Title: Miami Times
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 21, 1969
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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A number of Dade County county Minimum Housing Di premises are maintained and
32 PAGES TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS 15* residents today filed suit ask- vision. Although the list con- an infestation of rats and
ing the Circuit,Court to force tained many minor violations roaches;
Vol. 46, No. 26 MIAMI, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1969 the owners and operators of the plaintiffs called special Rents in the 106 unit build-
a "concrete monster" to rem- attention to the total lack of ing are approximately $80 to
edy the terrible conditions hot water and heat;the deteri- $115 per month.
Convicted Killer Of 7 there or close the building oration sections of the walls, The concerted drive to cleanup

I down. floors, ceilings, and doors; the building began in Sep
The building is located at the sub-standard facilities tember, 1968.Plaintiffs .
Children May Be InnocentA 1060-90 Northwest 62 Streetin such as refrigerators stoves, are representedby
Liberty City,near the scene tubs, and plumbing and elec- Economic Opportunity
of last summer's distur- trical systems supplied by the Legal,Services Program, Inc.,
New York attorney gathering since the trial will prove his bances. Some of the housing in landlord; the unsanitary and Bennett H. Brummer, Attor-
material for a book on client to be innocent. this area has been describedas unhealthy manner in which the ney.
the Infamous case in which an The attorney said he would the worst in the county.
Arcadia fruit picker is name the person he believes to Those seeking Judicial action -
charged with the insecticide .: be the killer if a new trial is are residents of the building Wynn And Graham Elected
killing of his seven children ... granted. If it is not, he said and Bernard Dyer. Namedas
threatens to blow the whistleon .' the case would be taken to the defendants in the suit were; I
the real murderer and free U.S. Supreme Court. Irving H. Sussman as trustee To National Industrial BoardRev.
the father from Florida'sDeath r. Robinson said evidence Florida Realty and Man-

Row.Attorney. gathered by Mark Lane, New agement Corp., Dade Federal Edward T. Graham National Industrial,
John Spencer Rob ',...: York attorney who has ques- Savings and Loan Association, minister of Mt. Zion Baptist ized as' Lincoln National in
inson saidSaturday he has evi- which holds a security inter-
"", tioned all the witnesses and Church and Chairman of the 1964 as the first integrated
dence that James Richardson est in the property and the
scores of other persons while
Board of Florida MemorialREV. national bank in the South,has
is innocent. following people who hold Interests
gathering material for a book come on strong in the last
Robinson said the children about the case, has been made in a long term leaseon under a year
JAMES RICHARDSON new administration.
were poisoned "by another available. the property: Jack L. Rabin r Extensive
person who had a motive for it, . Killed 7 Children? Lane, a critic of the Warren Harry L. Rubin Morris physical plant remodeling has taken of place,the
and Richardson had no know- Margolin Jack and
Commission report on the assassInation and the staff has been doubled
ledge of it whatsoever." The and sentenced to death.In of President JohnF. Libble Ruth Kosberg,his wife, .. .
attorney said he knows who an appeal to the State Kennedy and author of two Paul Calick Bernard Calic, -- ----
did it. Supreme Court Robinson books on the subject says Jack Rovin and Lucille Rovin
Richardson was convicted of claimed some 50 errors in Richardson's innocence "is his wife, Jack Hirshhorn and
the murder of his oldest, handling of the case and says demonstrable beyond any Mrs.Hirshorn,his wife,Harold i i iI iI I
daughter, Betty Jean Bryant, additional evidence obtained doubt." Schwartz, Seymour Acker-
man, Albert E. Schaen Julius i
B r e c her, David Goodman I
Carole Aronson Betty Rubin,
Gladys Cahn, Barbara Jacobson i
Ghetto Areas Get Better Sidney Manton Ralph A.

' Manto, Jerome B. Manton I
Stephen J. Manton., I
Attached to the complaint, __ _.._.'
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Garbage Pickupsup which alleged that the build- College, and William T.Wynn
<< ing constituted a serious Budget Director of the United WILLIAM T, WYNNto
,. A health hazard, :was.a Fund, were elected to the
After a concerted drive by Phelps.on,Dec.. 20., the?'trash problem' ancLReese list of violations of the,Bous- Board of Directors of National meet the demand of the new I
ghetto residents 'who'are Ghetto residents had threat- implied the biggest log code, compiled by the industrial Bank of Miami on board of directors, Garth C. "
members of the Urban Lea- ened to dump garbage on the problem was that of old refrigerators Tuesday.Also elected was Col. Reeves was elected chairmanfor
gue's New Thrust programand courthouse steps'and the ex- and pieces of fur- James Smoot, Chairman for the fifth consecutive yeti:
members of Coconut pressways unless conditionswere niture left lying around on I the Board of First Research Other members of the board
Grove Cares, garbage collec- improved. sidewalks in the densely- Corporation. include Jack H. Stein, Melvin
tions in the densely popu- populated areas. National Industrial Presi- B. Welnkle, Irving Rabinowitz
Reese said the
lated areas of Miami have garbage Mrs. Range said the diffi- dent John W. Roberts Jr. used Dr. Harry Needleman FrankM.
been greatly Improved. Most pickup men had"been doing culty is that there are 291 the occasion of the annual Buchanan, Bernard A.
their best with
crowded areas are getting tched.up evictions a month in these meeting of the shareholdersto Mayer, J.W.Roberts Sr., Mrs.
three pickups a week. equipment." areas, and when a family is announce a new high In de- M. Athalie Range, Drew Con-
11 the trucks breakdownuhe
thrown out, the landlord posits for the bank of $6,045000. ger, Douglas J.Ash and ArthurM.
said "I can't promise we
The increase from two heaves their furnishings out Lowell.
to three pickups a week in the can keep "up this pace rm no into the street at the same
Liberty City Central Miami magician. time.

and Coconut Grove areas Reese said several new Often, by the time the families ter'.a Three New Parks For
had been urged at the January trucks were on order, but can arrange to have them b..
commission meeting by Com- would not be ready for six or moved, they are ruined by
missioner M. Athalle Range, seven months. rain. She said some arrange-
after a committee had met Mrs. Range said she un- ments should be made where- Model City Area In
with unsuccessfully with derstood the city's problemand by a family's furniture could -
Mayor Steve Clark and Waste would not press the point. be taken to a center where It -
Department Director Grady But Mrs.Range then brought could be kept until reclaimed.
MuhammedAliSpeaks $764,000 GrantThe

At UM Dade has been awarded Model City parks are
Model City ResidentsTo $764,000 in federal funds to Lincoln, west of Brownsville
Muhamed AliCasslusClay) help buy five parks, Metro of- Junior High School at NW24th '
cials said Avenue and 48th Olinda
Friday. ,
will be the featured speakerat
the University of Miami on Three of the parks, totaling south of the existing park at.
Build Own Housing Thursday, Feb. 20, during the about 13 acres, are In the Mo- NW 21st Ave. and 51st St.;and
del and Drew next to Drew Elemen-
.. third annual Recreation for City area the other is ,
Realizing the housing hangup vate sources, Including fInan- price "if a non-FHA conven- Life Week (Feb. 15-22)) whichis In Goulds. tary and Junior High schoolsat
that has caused frustrationto institutions, labor unions, tional first mortgage is used." sponsored by the Whitten The money, which must be NW 11th Ave. and 62nd St. f
so many people in the black and private individuals.' matched by Dade, came in two
(4)) To set up an indepen- Union Program Council Haley Sofge, director of
Model resi- Development is to be grants from the federal Department -
City money
community, dent
mortgage-Insurance pro- He will speak at 8 p.m. in Bute's Little HUD, said the
dents have taken a big move used in six ways; of Housing and Ur-
to help people who are Model least
gram the Ibis: Cafeteria of the City parks, at ,
to deal with their slum hous- ((1) To launch experimental not eligible for FHA help to Whitten Memorial. Student ban Development. should be ready for use by
ing problem.A or pilot housing projects not purchase or refinance their Union. One grant, $406,225, will summer.
real estate corporation permissible under present financing homes. help purchase the five acres
operated by the resident: la' "Instant housing" or (5) To guarantee rents to The program is open only to adjoining county land at SW All the land purchases are .'
demonstration rehabilitation those with University of MI- 114th Ave. and 220th St. in
to federal
signed to be the principal non- landlords "so that evictionswill subject approval of
governmental and non corn techniques will be used," often be reduced and rents can ami identification cards and Goulds and the pflueger site, prices, which will be set by
mercial organization for pro- in cooperation with industrial be lowered.: not the general public. NE, Sixth Avenue and 156th St. appraisals.
viding low and low-moderate firms that may share financing -

area housing," awaits in the approval Model of City the ((2)) To."buy and rehabilitate landlords((6)landlord-tenant To lease to attempt buildings innovative from- northwestern Center Gets Reprieve :m

Model City Governing Board property, "but not for per- programs" -
and the federal government.The manent financing." Develop- in which tenants havea Liberty City residents wona Students were notified last !March 16 1,30 a final decision !
voice In rent
magnitude of the hous- ment money will be used for management, 30-day reprieve Tuesday Tuesday that the adult aca- will be rf\a'1gd.
ing problem and the failure of "options, down payments, or collections are more conven- night when the School Board demic classes would be mov- The adults complained the
the private market deal with even occasionally payment of ient and less frequent, and decided to wait and see if clas- ed to Jackson High School, NW location change would be an
it, make it mandatory that sucha the full purchase price priorto self-help projects are at- ses couldn't be built up to 36th St. and 17th Ave.because inconvenience for black citizens
corporation be established. obtaining financing. Per- tempted.In warrant keeping the adult edu- of low enrollment and lack of who would like to continue -
The Model City Develop- manent financing will alwaysbe addition to developing cation center open. an administrator their education. Enroll- :,
ment Corp. will seek fundsof arranged as soon as pos- property, MCDC would help Dissident students had pro- Lowell B.. Selby, district ment at the ,center is 260.
about $75,000 for the first sible." small businesses to get "the tested vigorously about the superintendent of vocational, The students promised to
year and $1 million for the (3)) To pay the difference necessary financial, adminis- closing and took their gripeto technical and adult education, recruit new students in the
second "through various gov- between the purchase price trative and technical capacityto tthe Model City Governing said the classes will continueto community to Uke'advantage I
ernmental programs and pri- and the amount of a purchase Improve their businesses.; Board. meet at Northwestern until of the education programs.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, FI, 'r.Febru.rr'21. 1969

I I Fifth l Graders To Learn About World Of Work" 11 l lThe j

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only a chore now begin to see It as their oppor-
saw a job
Miami Chamber of will Declared Clements: "In re-organizing to bring orderto life-to
new Greater Commerce and ticket to a better happiness, growth
add its important weight to a program In the Dade County Dade County's zooming economy and rapidly expanding community participation."But .
Schools which begins preparing children for the world of population, we must look years ahead for local sourcesof and it isn't nearly enough t.We have literally thousandsof
labor. A key aim of the Chamber of Commerce is to
work as early as fifth grade. middle class youngsters In our schools who need the
Charles Clements chairman of the stimulate and to maintain exhuberant health cf the Greater -
L. Jr. be
Community and direction that can given through direct
Affairs Action Committee, announced today the Chamberhas Miami economy. A healthy" and sure-footed labor poolis contact with an actual worker in local business and in
established a Speakers' Bureau and a coordliatlo* a first consideration. "
He said 1800 inches of local help-wanted ads..aside dustry.
of job informa-
procedure to centralize the dissemination Clements said that the Chamber's new Speaker Bureau
tion at an age when youngsters are Just beginning to think from sales jobs--appeared in Sundays paper. immediate "beefing up" for the task at hand.
"The Chamber's Affairs Action Committeemay
about later employment.The Community
from the Living Witness program, Clements
not be able to fill the need that exists from Aside
Chamber will work with the school great
speakers systemIn
out schools already provide many kinds of Job
supplying job information to students in an expandedmove semi-skilled employees today, but it can be a vital forcein pointed and training programs.
providing the alert workers who will be urgently need- information
to make them conscious of to
opportunities, give ed in the next few "But we must go deeper and wider. Ninety percent of
them greater educational incentive and make U1emlre years. in Dade County employ fewer than 75
He praised Miss Margaret Gilkey, director of puplic the industries people
that there are many interesting, productive Jobs which do a staggering variety of job
That represents oppor-
not services for Dade County Schools, for her leadership in each.
require college training.
who should motivated
tunties for the children readyto
previous and continuing efforts to bring simultaneous
Charles B. Potter, Vice-chairman, Community Re- "
benefits to Dade industry, the school system and thecounty's fill vacancies tomorrow.
lations Board which recent
spearheaded a pilot projectin He appealed to local employers to register some of
cooperation with the school system--the Living Witness youth.
Miss.Gilkey pointed out that introducing the "LivingWltness"program their own employees with the Speakers Bureau. The
program--expressed great pleasure that the Chamber of
address few classes
will be asked to a on a
to elementary children was a major speakers
Commerce has taken the
on enlarge project.
step in vocational! guidance in the school system.In scheduled basis, to share with them their ownwork ex-
'.'With a school system that is seventh largest in the the project, a team of 28 successful young employees periences, Job attitudes, and wideing prospects in each
nation and a Job explosion running into the thousands, the spoke to some 800 children in four elementary area of employment.
'heavy help of business executives and Industrial em- schools."It Complimenting this vocational guidance effort in the
ployers throughout the county' Is essential in supplying has been especially important to the disadvantagedand schools will be Florida State Employment Service who
successful young employee;'speakers to whom the children the minority groups," she pointed out." The students will supply aptitude testing to high school students.
'can relate," he'observed. have identified with the Living Witnesses and "Some who

I Nixon Acts On Bias After Wilkins Meeting I

WASHINGTON.President contrast with Secretary stick to the no-discrimination Question by new men fol- ment, bypassing and other Wilkins said President Nixon
Richard M. Nixon took prompt Finch's earlier action grant- employment policy in his deal- lowing his conference with the Issues. had to "be Judged by what his
action to Implement at least Ing a 60-day period of graceto ings with builders of highways.All President, Mr. Wilkins said Both the President and the Administration does' and
two recommendations made to five southern schools dis- states except Virginia have that the two had discussed a NAACP leader agreed thatthe added that his prompt dispatch
him by N A A C P Executive tricts to come up with satis- agreed to a formula, but Vir- "wide range of matters," including session had been pleasant and of Mr. Brown to Mississippi

Director Roy Wilkins duringa factory desegregation plans ginia is said to want revised school desegregation, helpful, even though they were "demonstrates that he means
half-hour conference here Federal money for these five and watered-down version. contract compliance, employ not in total agreement. Mr. to get at this situation."
Friday, February 7. It was the districts were.. ordered held in
President's first meeting with escrow pending developmentof
a national civil rights leader acceptable plans during the
since his inauguration last period,of grace.In .
month. a frank discussion with

First, the President agreedto President Nixon, Mr. Wilkins
dispatch Robert Brown, a said he did not concede that The UNKNOWN!
White House aide, to Hazle- the districts needed 60 addi-
hurst, Miss., where a tornado tional days inasmuch as they
last month killed 31 persons, had already had more than 14
leveled many homes and years to comply with the law.
destroyed other property. The three districts cut off ; iilFlifi UNSEEN !
Most victims were Negro and by Mr. Finch's latest order )
desperately in need of assist- are located in South Carolina,
ance. Mr. Wilkins cited the Arkansas and Tennessee.On .
Federal assistance given vic- the important subject of
tims of the California flood compliance by companies with the UNTOUM
disaster and requested simi- equal employment opportunity
lar aid for the Mississippi vic- requirement in Federal con-
tims. tracts, Mr. Wilkins urged that
Six days later, Robert H. the Nixon Administration

Finch, Secretary of, Health, bring textile companies
Education and Welfare,anno notorious for their dlscrlmi.. I II OPAG
u n c e d he 'would withhold nation against Negroes, into \\I/ -I
Federal funds from three compliance before the Defense
Southern school districts Department signed contractsfor
which had failed to proceedwith huge amounts of goods for
desegregation. The cut- the armed services. Also that
off becomes effective on Secretary John Volpe of the
March 16. This move was in, Transportation Department

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday' February 21, 1969 3
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36,484 Blacks AttendIntegrated 1 e" p LY


Schools HereA '

total of 134 Dade Schools done much planning in this Showing significant changein
--ten more than last year. area, have developed some integration of employee
now are integrated, a new creative programs. We have groups are percentage figures
survey report reveals.Of made marked progress this com par ing 1965 with 1968. ;
the county's total enroll- year and will continue to give Percentage of Integrated
ment 232,272 In 214 schools, this matter important atten- faculties rose from 37,0 to 87.
158,662 children now attend tion." 4 Integrated Cafeteria staff
Integrated schools, including Of Dade's all white or all rose from 33,3 to 43.1. Per-
$36,484 Negroes, accordingto Negro schools, most are centage of integrated custodial
statistics compiled In elementary because staff shifted slightly downward
October through the school elementary s c boo 1 have from 77,8 to 75.1, while per-
system's Department of Ad- small attendance areas centage of Integrated secre-
ministrative Research. whereas the secondary tarial staffs rose from 2.4 to

The newly-released figures schools cover large areas 20.6.
stand in marked contrast to which include, most cases, Availability of qualified new
those of less than a decade mixed neighborhoods, the researchers personnel and personnel replacements -
ago when in 1959 Dade became observe.In will play a major t' a
the first school system In Fla. a few instances, afaculty role In the future in this area

to Integrate its schools. In that was integrated in 1965 of integration, explained Jack ,",' ....
September of that year, two now is all white or all Negro. Prance, assistant superintendent -
schools opened with a com- Most of what appears to bea for personnel. Sunlight Beauty Culture School presented a Spring Hair Style and Fashion
bined enrollment of 777, including "wrong-way"change, how- The school system would be Show February 14 at the Bonded Rental Agency. Mrs. Frances Powell was
25 Negroes. By ever, was caused by reclassi- please to hire more Negro named "Miss Sweetheart."
,,fication of three small all- secretarial and clerical employees
October of 1965 when the
The models were Mrs. D. Ferguson Mrs. B. Johnson Mrs. D. Crews
search department made its Negro schools from funior- he illustrated, if ,
first statistical report on integration senior high schools when more trained personnel were "Miss Sweetheart", Mrs. G. Curry, Mrs. King and Mrs. Turnquest. The affair

92 of the system's senior high grades were available. was a success. Styles were created by the students. Mr. D. A. Julius is president -
208 schools were Integrated.The merged with those in larger, "It's a good field for young of the organization; Mrs. L. Juliusis dean and Mrs. E. Britt is instruc.
figure climbed to 119 in formerly all white schools, women and r d like to see more
1966, 123 In 1967 and to 134, the report notes. of them train for it." tor.

or 62.6 of 214 schools in 1968.
The study shows that: City Commission Seeks Law To... I
Student bodies in 18 of 19
high schools ((94.7 percent) I
are integrated; 32 of 40 Make Absentee Landlords Hire Managers

Junior high schools (80,0)) and ,

84 of 155 elementary schools Miami city commissionerslast plosion at 350 NW 22nd Ter., Chief L, D. Kenney in the with the slum conditions caus- owners have complied with requests -
(54.2)). Thursday moved to require and by the building depart- Coconut; Grove area. Apart- ed by overflowing garbage, they provide more gar ,u;
The statistics reveal that resident managers In all ment. ment owners been directed Reese told the commission, bage containers, he said. The 1
41.7 percent(96,805))of Dade's apartments as City Manager The amendment to the. fire to correct them. was the lack of adequate gar- two have been referred to mu- :
public school population is Melvin Reese gave them a pro- prevention ordinance would Plumbing Inspections have bage cans and large containers. nicipal court. I
composed of minority groups. gress report on Miami's crash also stiffen the safeguards' been stepped up and Reese has Reese stressed, however,
Enrollment includes 56,471 program to Improve ghetto against gas-operated utilities authorized building depart- A survey of 189 apartment that the city's crash programof
Negro children, 39,476 ((17.0) conditions.The exploding.A ment personnel to work holidays buildings In the three ghettoes three garbage collections a
Spanish speaking, 432 proposed change in the change in the fire code is and Saturdays to keep the showed the lack of 44 large week is dependent on the sani-
American Indian children and law would hit hard atabsentee the only way the city can en- pressure on owners to cor- garbage containers and 529 tation department's aging de-
426 Oriental. landlords and -res 1 d e n t act such a law since it turnedits rect violations.One garbage cans, Reese said. partment's aging trucks'staying -
While only token integration schoolsdue reptal agents, the prevailing Minimum Housing Code enforcement of the main, problems", All but two of the apartment in working order. ;
exists in some forces in'the management of' over to'.Metro. tWo J* -y .\
housing. patternsthe pe w r gheto apartments here: years ago.. -
study shows that many Dade The matter arose as the
schools now have reached a The commission urged
commission received three
significant level of integra- Metro to bolster its minimum separate reports from Reese FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONSAT
tion. There are now 42 schoolsin housing code to require resident and department heads about MODERATE RATES-CALL
which Negro membership managers and set March what the city has done in the
27 as the date of the public -..
lies between the five and 95 ghetto since the commissioners -
hearing on amending the city's .:I
percent mark took a walking tour of the 'BONDED t' .- -
fire prevention code require .
"We have reached a point, Coconut Grove Negro section
explained Dr. EL Whigham, it."I Jan. 24. The reports said; I ; -. .
superintendent of schools, know this will be con- Garbage pickups in the RENTAL 1:1 -
"where emphasis must be as troversial," said Reese, "but densely populated neighbor- II
much or more on how to live this will give us certain peo- hoods of Coconut Grove,the i I

and learn together better-on ple to contact and hold onto Central Negro District and . .... : .. -cQI
improving attitudes, developing about these violations." Liberty City have been increased AGENCYI "
two-ways communicationsand The change in the'law was from two to three. . 7 :
understand ing--as on recommended by both the fire times a week. . 4 I
factual integration as such." department, which sees it as Fire inspectors found 531 ; \
This was a major focus in a way of curbing such catas- violations most of them slvr : ,' : 'I I
the superintendent's openingof trophes as the recent gas ex- termed "not serious" by Fire ,I

in which he pointed out there
are bound to be problems and MANAGEMENT AGENCY THE SOUTH, OPERATING
pressures as this process 4.5 ;Million" Urban IN DADE AND BROWARD"COUNTIES. ;\
occurs and called on schoolsto I
meet the challenge. A fleet of cars'and collectors give door to door..service for
"Another emphasis is the HousingComplex tenants convenienceA I II
need to further develop pro- \
community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
which provide more ad- \
grams equately for difference among ApprovedMiami's free," furnished and air c6 lditloned foryour comfort and enjoyment;

pupils," he added. "We have A public relations department to assist you with your problems...

planning board has lag to medium density apart- Tenants concern will stop vandalism andreducethecostoihousing.

............................ given approval to Urban Systems ments on the 17 acre parcel ADVANCE
Development Corps at the southeast corner of NW RENTS ARE DUE IN .
EOPI'S "NEW LOOK" j jA i plans to build a $4.5 million 20th Street and the North- .
brochure describing complex of garden apartSouth Expressway. WE SUGGEST THAT YOU PAY AT OFFICE, IN PERSON OR'BY MAIL
the "New Look" olD a d e's: ments, highrises and townhouses -
Anti-Poverty effort is en- ; in the Central Negro Metro commissioners voted MAIN OFFICE I
closed in this week's edition : District. Jan. 14 to sell the tract to Urban -
of the Miami Times. : The board granted Little Systems for $267,000 so 7th Avenue 759-873? ..
A publication of the Public : HUD changes from singlethat it could develop the 368- 4150 NW ..:
: Affairs Department of the j family, low density apartunit complex through Urban MU 8-0617 ...
22nd Avenue Opa-locka -
Economic Opportunity Program ; ments and commercial zon- Renewal.AUTO 14255 NW '
Inc., it should an- : 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553 n

; swer many of the questions j 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
that each of you might have : INSURANCE
about the re-structured 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 r'

: EOPI. j rrryyry.yry rt'N 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434

The Miami Times has ; FIN ANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 339Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434 ..' ?
Included a copy of the bro- ; rs '
chure as a community' service ]
:. totheAnti-PJvertyel- j HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
: fort in Dade County. Additional I SERVICE FIRST GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager '

: copies may be obtained j INSURANCE AGENCY CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director .
of 51
i from any the ;
: EOPI neighborhood facilities :

: throughout Dade . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks
:.County. : JIM LEVENSON, Own r Phon* 635.7507


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4 THE MIAMI'TIMES' Friday, February 21, 1969

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Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33U7-Phon.1691.0421 by Whitney M. Young Jr.

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher "'
Executive Director National Urban League "
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ,. Speaks ... ----- '
STANLEY I.WEETINC, Theatrical Editor
Rural ,1
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National Advertising Representative Developing AmericaWe

310 Madison Amalgamated Avenue Publishers New York,,N.Inc.Y. 10017 hear a lot about the poverty problems of big cities but Separate Is Not EqualThere

Member 01 the! Notional Newspaper Publishers Association rural poverty is something else again. Except for the rare
2400 S. Michigan Avenue. Chicago, III. 60616 headline reporting starvation cases in parts of the south, there Is a great irony In the demands now being made by

7" m SUBSCRIPTION ...' isn't much concern about the grinding hopelessness and despair black college students for separate black studies departments,
RATES for In essence these students are seeking to impose upon them-
ONE YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 in the countryside.But .
the problems of the cities begin in the sharecropper's selves the very conditions of separatism and Inequality against
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Po.I shacks and courthouse towns of the South. Black people, brutalized which black Americans have struggled since the era of Re-
at Miami Florida
under the act of March 8, 1876
by segregation and Impoverished by the lack of oppor- construction.The .
I "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" tunity In a stagnant economy, flee to the big cities. argument can of course be made that separate need not

the world The NEGRO from racial PRESS and national believes antagonism that America when can It besKleod, There, they just find impacted slum conditions. They've be unequal. But black people have heard this argument before

to every man regardless of his race creed or color his accords human traded the land of their fathers for rotten living conditions In -from Southen racists JustifyingJimCrowandfromNorthern
and legal rights. Hating no man, ,fearing no mon-the Negro heartless cities where jobs for the products of rural Southern bigots rationalizing de facto segregation. They have heard it
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men schools are scarce. long enough to know that "separate but equal" shall always be
pre as long as Is held back.BROTHERHOOD .
anyone The answer to this unjust cycle of migrationand poverty is a form of exploitation and degradation.And it shall continue to

a large-scale development effort to revitalize the economyof be such, whether it Is demanded by whites out of malicious

'Je ![ditar'atet1vni; substandard rural areas. The Urban League Is making suchan intent, or by blacks out of the poignant need, born of fear and

effort one of its highest priorities, and we are urging the Insecurity, to withdraw from competition with the larger society -

federal government, which has the power to bring sweeping .
changes, to do likewise. For If we are to face the truth,however painful this may be,
I recently visited one area which is the focal point of,the we must recognize that black people have been brutalized in
Brotherhood Week can well serve as a time of rededication Urban League effort -- Hancock County, Georgia. Three out the past by Inferior segregated education and economic dis-

for each one of us to Increase our efforts to achieve the prom- of four of itS 10,000 people are Negro.The median family income advantafffl with whites. Consenuentlv.when thevare nla tt In a

ise of America. Is less than t2.SO0.-Comnare- that to the national averageof difficult competitive situation, such l as obtains-at predominantly
Too long have too many of our population waited for the well over 8300.. ,
white universities, their immediate impulse t h ) *, j.
promise of "a new birth freedom." Too long have too many After the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was passed, black people trait into themselves and establish a black curriculum with

waited for the free exercise of their right to enjoy decent were able to elect county officials.Two of the three county separate .. and lower -- standards by which their performance
housing gainful employment-unbiased education.Too long commissioners now are Negro. All three invited us to come shall be judged.
have too many waited become members of the human family to Hancock County and help them improve living conditions

to have a voice In government-to choose his own calling. there. First, if history and present circumstances are any indica-

Americans have the capacity, the vitality and the knowhowto People need jobs, housing, better schools. Federal and state tors, as I think they are, separate black programs will be

solve many technical problems. Surely these talents com- programs have to be coordinated bring services to the poor poorly financed, under-staffed and generally neglected.

bined with understanding, compassion and the will to changecan with the same efficiency as subsidies that go to large farm
Second rather than demanding a separate(and Inferior
)program -
cope our greatest need-the human need for justiceand owners.
of study, black students should be1 Insisting on the best
equality for all people. The Urban League is going to do its best to make Hancock
education that is possible to compensate for their brutaliza-
The year-round program of the National Conference of County a showplace for rural development. We're going to try
tion in the should be
past. They
demanding to the
access best
Christians and Jews Is committed to put into motion a vital to make peoples lives better so that they can remain there

effort for better human relations In the fields of education, and still lead good lives, or, if they wish to move to the cities, professors sions smaller classes, extra work during summer ses-
and more scholarships for other black
students. And
religion and community life. Its goal equal
program oppor- be better equipped to do so.
third, they must have these things because after graduation
tunity and brotherhood for all. Hancock County Is a symbol of what this nation has done to
We, the people, all the people, are the promise of America. its rural poor and it Is a symbol of the hundreds of poor coun- they will have to engage in free and open competition for jobsIn
a market place where standards are universal and black
And brotherhood begins with you. ties just like it. The Voting Rights Act brought hope to many ,
people must get the best jobs available if they are to substan-
black people in these areas. They saw the opportunity to use
tially increase their economic and social
SIR ETINNE DU PUCH HONORED the power of the ballot to improve their lives. power.

Now many of these counties have black officials and others In this regard,I reserve my most severe criticism for those

Wednesday, February 19 Sigma Delta Chi Professional will have soon. Unless the government and the private sector white students and faculty members who are aiding and abet-

journalistic Society, Greater Miami Professional Chapter give meaning to political democracy by bringing economic ting the separatist demands of black students, and for those

will honor Sir Etienne Dupuch who is celebrating his golden prosperity to such areas, dreg:ns will be dashed and faith In freightened administrators who do not have the courage to reject -

anniversary as Editor of the Nassau Tribune. the democratic process will wither. these demands. They are not only telling young Negroes

His dedication to the highest Ideals of journalism duringthe I recently met with the people and leaders of Hancock what is not true in real life -- that a minority can Influence

fifty years of struggle and editorial battle have earned him County. Representatives of regional federaloff were there, social change through violent confrontationism they are

knighthood in Order of the British Empire,and a Knight Com- and they offered concrete help. The next step, not just for urging these blacks to do something which they themselves,

mander of St. Gregory the Great from Pope Pius the 12th. Hancock County, but for the whole South, must come from discontented though they may be, don't have the courage to do
He has earned citations from the Inter-American Press Washington. -- which is to make a head-on attack on our social Institutions.

Association for his newspaper work, and from the United Fm calling on President Nixon! to demonstrate his publicly And while these whites enjoy their revolution by proxy, they

Bahamian Party for his work in government and his fiercely stated concern for the problems of the poor by making a spec- are studying for the degrees that will give them soft Jobs in

Independent editorials, at all times guided by the highest prin- ial rural-development effort a top priority.As universities and beautiful homes in the suburbs. It is only the

ciples and ideals. a start, he could appoint a special task force of repre- blacks who will suffer.

Sigma Delta Chi will honor Sir Estienne at a dinner meet- sentatives of federal agencies to help us turn Hancock County
ing to which wives and guests are invited the Sorrento Res- into a model demonstration of how a poor Southern black belt So that I will not be misunderstood, I want to emphasize

taurant, 3059 SW 8th Street.BOMBING county can be brought into the mainstream of American that I am wholeheartedly in support black studies. The his-

prosperity. Why wait for a flood or a riot to declare places tory of the Negro In America is an extraordinarily significant

IN CALIFORNIANews like this a disaster area? area of study for all Americans which has been mostly neglect

ed or distorted in the past.It is a history that is both magnificent -

from Mento Park, California tell of eight members of PHIL OSSOFERWhen and tragic, and one can only become wiser from studying

a Bible study group being arrested on Saturday as suspects in it. In this regard.- -Tflll1vpnmmanHthacuity --" -_._...v.... _."..VI""U.\....",,.......1 .u".I ......'... II.U..A.... ''"u
a four-month siege of bombings and terroism on the San Fran- I was asked recently destined, under proper nur- committee to offer a degree in Afro-American Studies

cisco Peninsula, Menlo Park.The suspects,identified as members to accept the honor of being turing, to grow Into a fruitful that will be open to all students.

of the 'Society of Man" a'local devotion were the keynote speaker for Ne- tree.
society, ; What I fear is that
I would tell audience blackstudies shallbe made a pretext for
gro History Week by the Social my how
rounded in simultaneous raids five
up by officers from
separatism In which case '
Studies Committee of[ to become fruitful trees by it will become a,means of escaping
communities. Also siezed were 75 pounds of black
powder from '
Charles R. Drew Elementary planting that God-given seed In reality, not of discovering It. And if this comes to pass
bomb-making equipment and large amounts of what Menlo park I think '
Police Chief Victor Clzanckas'called "extreme rightwlng School, I had no Idea how'would I the fertile soil of a loving heart black Americans.that a great injustice will have. been committed against
erature." :present my talk. I had and nurturing It with the wat-

A possible link with the.American Nazi Party was indicated only a few days to prepare for ers of knowledge. It has to bea
this talk which I wanted to be loving heart, because hate
when officers uncovered several Nazi flags, armbands A Good Thought
photographs of Adolf Hitler'and of slain AmericanNazi party Inspirational to my listeners.My hardens the heart, halting Since 1692

Chief George Lincoln Rockwell. thoughts were like piecesof growth.
a jig saw puzzle, in a jumble How was Ito tie this with Go placidly amid the noise
and haste and remember what
awaiting placement in their Black history? Simply by tel- peace there be ,
may insilence.Asfaras
MORE NEGRO POLICE WANTEDCity proper places to complete the ling these youngsters that despite render be on possible without sur-
good terms with
all truth
picture I wished to portray.One the pressure of prejudice persons. Speak your
quietly and
Manager Melvin Reese says the Police Department piece was missing: the from others, Black Ameri- they clearly too ; and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant -

five "hard" vacancies, but the normal turnover and proces- basic theme. cans have always been able to ; have their story.

sing delays would provide more openings for Negro appli Just two days before "D" develop their talents and Avoid loud and agressive persons, they are vexations to the

cants. Day, (Delivery Day), I was achieve greatness. Reading spirit. If you compare yourself to others, you may become
The city has 671 "sworn" officers or anyone from plain having breakfast, my mind on about their accomplishments vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser

clothesmen to policemen who hold a badge.Only 75 are black. the speech, but still without would fill them with pride and per o n s than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as

The nationwide recruiting program will be directed by his the theme I needed. I was dignity, and inspire them to your plans.

assistant for community affairs Ted Nichols and Police Lt. meditating on how I could inspire make the kind of history which Keep Interested
leroy Smith, both of these are Negroes. my young audience with will inspire future genera- real In your own career,however humble; it is a
Smith Is one of Miami's two Negro Police Lieutenants. the Importance of carrying on tions. These youngsters would caution in in the changing fortunes of time. Exercise

There are no black officers with higher rank.Within 10 years, the tradition of achievementthat nurture their seed of talent by ery. But your business affairs; for the world is full of trick-
Smith said, "any Negro applicant who applied himself could Is so strongly portrayedIn staying in school, thereby persons this not blind you to what virtue there is; many
be an assistant chief. Black history, and I recal- growing up to be fruitful trees heroism . for high Ideals; and everywhere life is full of
Manager Reese said civil service requirements for officers led that we are all created In for the benefit of all mankind. .

will not be altered for Negro applicants. the image of God, and that all Using my grapefruit seed as You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and

*', are given talents. As I dug Into an example, Iwouldshowthem the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is

HOUSING PROJECTS APPROVEDMetro's my breakfast grapefruit, It that it would become "drop clear to you, no doubt the universe Is unfolding as it should.

struck me. No, it wasn't out" because it was not planted Therefore
Department of Housing and Urban Development, grapefruit juice . it was and would be cast to be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him

has approval for building two housing projects in the central the Ideal Seeing a seed nestling This would be their fate away.too wnftwJr whatever your labors and aspirations, In the noisy

Negro district and a..165-unit high rise for elderly persons In my spoon, I got a flash. I if they dropped out of school' of life keep peace with your soul.
in the Jackson Memorial Hospital complex. would use as my theme the and like the third servant in With all Its sham, drudgery and broken dreams it is still a
The bids that must be approved are: for the family housing; seed of talent which God has the parable of the talents in beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be ,
$1764,100 and for,the high rise $2,288,000. planted In our hearts, a seed the Bible, would: be cast out.
Taken from Old St. Paul's Church, dated 1692

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The writter had Intended to begin this article bemoaningthe '. ._" ,
lack of understanding between the blacks and Jews, but
having read the very excellent and pertinent column by Mr. NfGflO u''STORY "A RACE LIKEA MANIUNTILT

Bayard Rustin, that appeared in the Miami Times, February7th / USES I T OWN TALENTS
issue, entitled "On Blacks and Jews," Iwill omit that partof
my intended article, so eloquently and factually covered by TAKES PR/DE/N/T1S OWN///STORY
Mr. Rustin, and attempt to show the black people the warmth AND LOVES IT'S OWN MEMORY
and concern that the American Jews felt and have shown towards -
the Negroes in the United States during their period of IT CAN NEVER FULFILL ITSELF
slavery and thereafter.The .
dissertation of facts that follow are inDO sense intended .'..II'8 ii.'II. JOHN k VANDERCOOK ,,
to claim any special compensation for the help the Jews .
have given to the Negro people. I cite them for the purposeof : .,
showing that the Jews have, all through the ages, sought ; ,
justice for all oppressed people, black and white. The Jews
more than any other group of people have felt the injustice of j'';

collective responsibilities. ., .-..-.... "I'I..
Heinrich Heine, the great German-Jewish poet,admonished"Do ;' '/
not Judge a people by its peddlers on the street, Judge //1"/
them by their apostolic succession of greatment." f'
It is unjust to charge the Jewish people with exploitation as '
landlords or merchants. They should be Judged by their action \
whether they are Jews, white Gentiles, or Negros and not as
a people.
Themselves age-old victims of discrimination, Jews have
always been acutely sensitive to the plight of other oppressed
minorities. In America, as far back as the early part of the r
19th century, they have shown a marked interest in the wel-
fare of all other minority groups and a desire to help elimi-
nate injustices against these countrymen. Indicative of this
attitude has been the contribution American Jews to the
well-being of the Negro.
This report is an attempt to cite several outstanding and
recorded contributions to the civic, economic, educational,
and social welfare of the black people. It does not evaluate
these benefactions, nor does it lay claim to completeness. It
is based almost entirely upon the information culled from 1r J

bibliography.The .
earliest recorded Instance of Jewish effort behalf of
Negroes date back to the opening decades of the 19th century.
Judah Touro, a prominent Jewish resident of New Orleans, Judge Commends Hutcheson i
the nerve center of early slave traffic, was opposed to the
scenes of enslavement which he saw about him. Emancipatinghis Dear Garth, a'
own personal servant, he not only trained him for busi- I !I IA
I would liketo commend Emanuel Hutcheson for the out-
ness, but furnished him with money and valuable advice in t
business affairs. He also made possible the freeing of the standing work in receiving Silver Beaver A ward as reported J
slaves owned by a friend with whom he made his home, train- In the Miami Times on February 7, 1969. I feel that: your By Booker T. Hayes
ing them and furnishing them too with money to establish readers should also know that Mr. Hutcheson is a valuable -
themselves. In all his benefactions -- hospitals, orphanages, employee of the department of Youth Services* working as a1
etc. -- the underlying condition always was that no discrimi- leader in the Youth Hall detention facility. Mr.Hutcheson has City Hall In The GhettoIt
nation be made on account of race or creed. always displayed traits of high quality in working hand in hand
Also violently anti-slavery were the German Jewish immi- with the Judges of the Juvenile Court in solving the complex has always been the policy of this writerand, this paper,
grants of 1848 who hadbuta short time back witnessed the inhumanity problems of juvenile delinquency. It is clear to me that the coveted to commend individuals whose actions and proposals reflect
of oppression in their native land. They were very Silver Beaver Award'as. a service to scouting was. well' forward or,progressive thinking.It has likewise been the position 1
active in the "underground railway and gave many champ deserved and justified. of this writer and this paper to advocate greater participation -
ions to the abolitionist cause. Among them were: It is through the work of, dedicated individuals such as of the ghetto dwellers In the policy making, or decisions
(a) Sabato Morals, of Philadelphia, and Rabbi Bernhard Emanuel Hutcheson that we can one day see the end of Juvenile directly or indirectly affecting their, lives. With this in mind,
Felsenthal and Liebman Adler, of Chicago, who preached delinquency. I feel special attention should be brought to the proposal of
against slavery; Donald Sincerely yours, City Commissioner Irwin Christie as reported in last Tues-
E Stone
(b) Rabbi David Einhorn, of Baltimore, who was compelledto Judge ; day's Miami Herald. The report stated that Commissioner
give up his ministry because of his anti-slavery sentiments; Christie would offer a proposal at the next city commission
(c) Michael Heilprin, a writer, who converted many leadersto meeting for the commission to meet three times a month Instead
abolition by is brilliant articles in the New York Tribune; Tenant Says Apartments of the present: two meetings, with the third meeting being -
(d) Leopold Blumeuberg, of Baltimore, only seven years in Still Not RepairedEditor held in the central black ghetto area. The reasoning behind
the United States, who left a good business to organize the 5th Commissioner Christie's proposal is to make the commission
Maryland Regiment of which he became major. He goaded The Miami Times meetings available to the residents of the ghetto areas. The I
neighboring secessionists by his anti-slavery activities and Really I thought the newspapers told the truth.Pm 47 years "second city hall" as it has been so aptly named,would be \
one night barely escaped being lynched by them. old and I have never heard or read such a lie'before in all my located in the Economic Opportunity Program Inc's. Culmer "
Jews also aided materially in founding and supporting the Neighborhood Center, at 490 NW 11th St. The former black
anti-slavery Republican Pi rty.Several were deleptes to the days.What r m referring to is this lie on the front page at the bot- police precinct. *
convention which nominated Lincoln.In tom right hand corner that r "RentStrike Pays Off. Owner Since it is generally knownthat this area represents one
modern times, the record of Jewish benefactions is more Makes Repairs." Well he hasn't,repaired anything except his of the most potent potential danger areas I feel Commissioner Y
extensive and much more impressive. Many Jews have devoted pockets. The sewers are still stinking and the water Is still run- Christie's proposal should,begven{ careful: consideration by, "
much time and energy to the alleviation of Negro suffering and ning and the rats and sagging screens every thing is still the'entire commission :in orderforthese people,to,regain
the elimination of injustice. In the defense of Negro rights, for here untouched, even the unhappy tenants. their faith in the system, theymustpeshown some new, positive
Instance, the extent of Jewish participation has been so greatas direct action, and I feel the, commissioner's proposalis
to call forth the praise of Negro'groups and the resentment Mary Evans a step in this direction. It,offers.the residents of the area
of un-democratic groups in the South. 526 NW 5th Ave. an outlet or grievance board where they may air their,displeasures
Following the race'riots' in 1908, a Kentuckian white, Wil- It also gives the commissioner an Insight into the
liam English Walling, called for a body of citizens to come conditions of the area which.any person not legally blind can
forward and defend the citizenship rights of American Ne- counsel He represented the NAACPbefore the Supreme Courtin readily see. I believe it will be beneficial the residents to
- groes. Fifty distinguished Americans of all faiths and creeds the famous Texas "white primary" case. The case arose see how the city's business is managed, but)most important
affixed their signatures to the call.Among these were several out of passage by the Texas legislature of a law specifically of all they will know' they do have a place to carry their beefs.
prominent Jews: Rabbi Stephen S. Wise of New York, Rabbi excluding Negro citizens from democratic primaries in that As in all cases where action Is proposed, there will o doubt
Emil G. Hirsch Chicago,Dr.Henry Moskowitz of New York, state. In March, 1927, he won his case when the court handed be a 'r e act Ion on the part of other groups feeling the com-
and Lillian D. Wald, pioneer settlement worker. This was the down a unimous decision declaring the law unconstitutional. mission is favoring the ghetto dwellers.. To avoid a tabling of
beginning of the National Association for the Advancement of Marshall also supervised the legal action in the Virginia the proposal by the people who feel this way, the third meet-
Colored People -- an organization which still functions at the "white primary" case, which the NAACP carried before the ing should be scheduled for the area presenting the greatest
present time. High Court in 1929 and won. His efforts in behalf potential for danger. Under this condition, the central black
Since 1908, many Jews have been actively engaged in the people were recognized and appreciated when he was incitedas ghetto district will have no counterpart, and very little com-
important civic-protective work of the NAACP. Most note- guest speaker to the annual convention of the National Association petition. No one actually aware of the conditions now existing
worthy among them have been the Spingarn brothers, Arthur in 1927.After his deati the following tribute was paidto in the ghetto should take issue with this proposal, but we will
and Joel Elias A professor at Columbia University, Joel E. him in the forward to the 20th annual report of the organi- always find people who believe their grievance is just as Im-
Spingarn was president of the organization for almost ten zation; portant.
years .- from 1930 to July 1939. At various times, he also "The deaths during 1929 of the Association's two greatest I feel the leaders of the black community. should offer sup.. ;
held the positions of treasurer and chairman of the National legal champions, Moorfield Storey(non-Jew) and Louis Marshall port to Commissioner Christie's proposed proposal. They n
Board of Directors. Upon his death in 1939, he was succeeded were staggering blows and the unique positions they occupied should vigorously vote their approval and lend their supportin
by his brother, Arthur Spingarn, who still retains that cannot be filled." every way possible to make this proposal a reality Nothing n
post. Author of The Negro and the War and Introduction to the A tabelt bearing the following inscription was also erectedin offers a better inroad toward understanding than a dialogue
African Saga, the incumbent president, who has been prac- the Temple Enunu-El New York City by the Association: between the various factions. Only when the positions of those
ticing law in New York City since 1900, formerly held the In Memory of Involved are known, is it possible to reach, an agreement acceptable
positions of chairman of the National Legal Committee and LOUIS MARSHALLwho to all concerned.
vice-president of the organization. When, in 1910, it became believing that Justice should know no color line, fought
popular in the Southern communities to attempt to prescribeby valiantly for the rights of the Negro. The National Association -
law the places where black people might and might not, for the Advancement of Colored People thus records its UUUUUIUUUUUUUU
live, he carried the fight against this action to the highest .gratitude.The .
court in the land, the U. S. Supreme Court contesting its con- writer believes that knowledge of the facts is a prerequisite Miami Times Ads
stitutionality. He won his case. In this particular phase of the to understanding and, to that end, cited facts, hoping
organization's work, he was aided by another Jewish memberof that my fellow black American will read same,thus helping to w
the Board of Directors and outstanding communal leader, bring about a closer relation for their mutual benefit. Don't Cost 'They Pay
Louis Marshall. Marshall appeared at Washington on various Next installment will co/er further information Meanwhile,
occasions to argue before the Supreme Court cases regarding I would like to get a reaction from the readers of the Miami
the civil rights of Negroes, to whom he frequently gave Times to the above column, favorable or otherwise.



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6 THE"AAJ! l TIMES? Friday: Fe6 uorr 'r t 1 1BY fofil IT

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I AKA Negro Heritage

Miami Zetas Plan FWW

: Feb. 23-Mar. 1 were quite pleased and honored to learn that Mrs

CLARICE LITTLES Mrs. Laura Saunders, gen- men for this occasion. Blanche Calloway spotlighted our most recent Negro Heritage
Miami Times Society Editor i eral chairman, has announcedthat Mrs Lenora B. Smith, article on her radio braodcast, "Progress Report: Thanks
to Mrs. Calloway for her interst and support of Apha Kappa
Miami Zetas will Join president of the Chapter revealed -
CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY LIVEIf their international sisters in that invitations have Alpha's Negro Heritage series.
a child lives with Criticism, he learns to Condemn.If the annual observance of Finer! been extended to Mrs. Vetris How much do you know about Negroes past and present -

a child lives with Hostility, he learns to Fight.If Womanhood Week, Feb. 23- Martin, associate regional director local and national?
a child lives| with Ridicule, he learns to be Shy.If March 1. The theme this yearis other Florida officers; Try quizzing yourself and your friends before: checking the
child lives with Shame, he learns to feel Guilty. "Zeta Women and there- and Zeta Chapters within the answers below.
cognition of greatness." area. The Zeta under the (1)) The first American soldier killed in the Revolutionary War
direction of M r s.Lydia Rich- (2) Contemporary Assistant Attorney General of Florida.
If a child lives with Tolerance, he learns to be Patient.If .
a child lives,with Encouragement, he learns Confidence. In an especially arranged ardson, will render music for (3)) Florida's first superintendent of Public Instruction.
setting by Mrs Dorothy Bow- actor now starring in "A Thousand "
all occasions.The (4) Local Clowns.
If a child lives with Praise, he learns to Appreciate.If .
man members of Beta Tau leader that served as a nurse scout and
community is invited to ((5)) Negro intelligenceagent
a child lives with Security, he learns to have Faith.If .
Zeta Chapter will open the observance join in all public events duringthe for the Union Army.
a child lives with Approval, he learns to like Himself.
with worshipat First observance of FWW Feb. ((6) A Negro slave that invented the first striking clock in
If a child lives with Acceptance and Friendship, he learns to ,
Baptist Church of
find love in the world. Opa-locka. 23 March 1st.Mesdames America.
Each day of this week will find Dorothy P. Lee, (7) First black congresswoman on Capitol Hill '

My thanks to my friend, lean Scrogin (Girl Scout Field DIrector members actively engaged in Marian Shannon and W. A, (8)) The navigator! of the ship with Columbus when he sailed to
projects. Zeta Amicae Zeta
) ,for the'above. Stop by the Community Service Cen- Gaines are directors of Amerca.
ter, 6255 NW 7th Avenue she'll be glad to talk with you if you Amicettes and Sigma brothers publicity and public relations.ENGAGEMENT ((9)) Leader of the Underground Railroad.
will also be involved in the
my- black for
are interested in working with girls 7 through 17. (Girl Scouts), (10) Twentieth Century reporter the Miami Herald
Mitchell Butterfield of New York is in our city to visit his riad activities planned for the ; -, (11)) He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950.
sister and brother-in-law, the Earl Mlzells (Ruby),He's busy week. |FI'/" (12) The first Negro woman to serve as a Judge in the United

greeting old friends and renewing acquaintances after a long The wards Committee, I' States.
absence. Mrs. Ruth N. Polite,chairmanis i i (13)) The only black motion picture Academy Award winner.
Elizabeth and John Wideman of Manhattan Just did miss the compiling honoree lists for (14) Miami's first Negro elected City Commissioner.
blizzard )last week end! Now.. they're enjoying Miami's balmy outstanding service to soror- (15)) Black Channel 4 newsman.
weather.. .' ity and community. These (16)) The first Negro General in the Armed Forces.
Mrs. Ruth anothersnowblyd: who is enjoying Miami's awards will be presented at (17) Was recently awarded the title "The World's Fastest
sunshine. the culminating celebra- I Humai.:
Vernell Greene is happy to have her mother, Mrs. Ida Kempat tion March 1,at Miami Springs .I (18) The first settler in Chicago
home with her. Mrs. Kemp has returned from Philadelphia Villa All Greek organizations i" (19) First Negro publisher in Miami.
and is recuperating at her daughter's Opa-locka home. will be invited to participate. (20)) He became famcus when he received his Ph. D. In Math-
Friends Willie Mae Ceasor are all smiles now that she Mrs Doris Harden and Mrs. '! matics from the University of Chicago at the age of 19.
has return to work (instructor at Excellent Beauty College, Vernay,Jones are co-chair- (21)) He invented the directional signal for the automobile.
Miami Beach) after'a Cedars of Lebanon with a leg (22)) The first Black to have his own television show,
injury. ANNUAL TALENT : ii! (23) The first Black elected as mayor of an Ohio city.
Too few persons gathered at Miami Northwestern Senior p' ,.'" "f
High on Sunday to hear a most interesting and inspiring pro- FAMILY AFFAIR i .,.1 Choose your answer herea.
gram by Alpha Delta Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa focusing on

'Afro-American Heritage. Mr. Clifford Matthews was the fea- The public is cordially invited Petro Alonzo m, H, E. S, Reevesb

tured speaker. to enjoy an evening of Jim Hines n. Carl Stokesc.
Twenty-two persons were 'cited for their outstanding ser- entertainment at the Church of Mr. and Mrs Hubert C. c. Nat King Cole Brig General Benjamin Davisd
vice to the youth of our community:Citations were awarded to The Open Door at its "Annual Colebrook, of 1761 NW 153rdSt. d, Shirley Chrisholm Crispus Attucks
the following persons: Rev Samuel 'Gay, Dana Dorsey Chap Family Talent Affair,"Sunday ., Opa-locka, announce the e. Jane Bolin q, Fernly Murray
man, Lt. Leroy Smith, Mrs. Carrie Lou Arnold,Clifford Mat- Feb 23, 7:30 p.m. engagement of their daughter f. Dr. Ernest Wilkins r. Dr. Ralph Bunche
thews, Lemmte Mitchell, Alberta Ruff,Olive Alexander, May- Rev. Harold D. Long, minis- Katrina Ann to Mr. Cornell g. Sidney Poitier s. Bob Reid
'me Williams, Dorothy Edwards,Commissioner Athalie Range, ter, 6100 NW 8th Avenue. Hatton, son of Mr. and Mrs. h. Benjamin Banneker t. Jessie McCrary
Clarice Littles. Charles R, Hadley, Iona Dukes, Joe Lang Frank F. Hatton_ of Opa-locka. 1. Jonathan GIbbs u. M. Athalie Range
Kershaw, Canon Theodore R. Gibson, Elizabeth Espy Curtis, The bride-elect was a 1967 J. Harriet Tubman v. Benjamin A. Grenshaw
Verneka Silva, Myrtle Bullard and Charlotte Ford Clark. PERSONAL MENTION Delta debutante, and a gradu- k, Thirlee Smith w. Jean Baptiste Point Desable

Majorie Rhodes is Basileus.. Myrtle Bullard,youth guidance ate of Monsignor Pace High 1. Sojourner Truth
chairman. *' Mrs".,,Luella Whittinghamleft School this city. She attended CHECK YOUR ANSWERS WITH THESE:
for New York City after Mary Mount College, Toledo,
Be grateful therefore for heritage.Be proud and happy> '
your ; spending two weeks visitingher Ohio u &Z 9 'zi tl 9.ZZ
:for the benefits the Constitution confers and pray God for a mother and father, Mr. Mr. Hatton is a graduate of a I'M *IIa'IZ 18

continuance of those benefits. and M r s, Ed Delavoe and Miami Carol City High School. 091 JTOI 6roz >

Recent visitors to our city were Rosa Lee Burgiwin and daughter, Mrs. Maxine Mang- He is presently participating s'st re. reui
Beulah Bradley 0 f Philadelphia. They were the houseguests, of ham in LEAP a program under '61 n 'H B 8 J *Z
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lane, 2960 NW 207th Street. Rosa Lee the direction of the Miami Urban M-OT. 2 &t p-j, d 't

celebrated her birthday during her visit and most pleasantly Mrs. Whittingham! was League and is attending
surprised with a party hosted by her friend, Adline Pontiph- honored with a farewell party Miami Dade Jr. College.A this If you would like to contribute to Negro Heritage through
flet at her home 2922 NW 59th Street given by Mrs. Ida B. Jackson summer wedding is being column, contact Frederica Wilson or the Miami Times

Mosely at her residence on planned. ( ,, .. _.. ,\
Sgt. Daniel W, Mulliens Chapter,#39 of the Disabled American -
Veterans Auxiliary invite you and your friends to'their Friday night and a buffet supper ENGAGEMENT Britt's Beauty I I

"Patriotic Tea," Sunday, Feb. 23-4-6 p.m. at the home of given by Mrs. Pearl Turner j
at her residence Walk jI
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rogers, 2571 NW 152nd Terrace Opa- on Satur- Mr. and Mrs Virgie Sim- I
locka. day night. mons, of 3538 Hibiscus St., 9203 NW 22nd AVE.

Last Monday Dr. and Mrs 0. D, McFall Dayton were'the Coconut Grove announce the 691-9831
guest of Mrs. A, M. Cole man. The McFalls: are life long thrilled Mrs. Whittingham by the was engagement of their daughter, We Specialize in Wig Care
warm reception
friends of Mrs. Coleman. since they lived in Hahira and Valdosta Willie Blanche to Victor Storr, Permanents and
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Those who came to meet the guests were Mrs. S. M, Frazier was so kind to her during her Grove. _"\. ____k_ _._
who was a, nurse Meharry: Medical School when Dr. visit here.fAtiNS. The bride-elect is a busi- SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
McFall studied there; ,Mrs. Nancy Pate, Mrs. Annie Young, ness education graduate of
Detroit, Mrs. Betty Telly,, Mrs. S. H. Vincent, Mrs Willie Florida A&M University, and HAIR WEAVINGDon't
Mae Murray, Sgt. C. E.:.Williams, John yand Mr,. and Mrs. the bridegroom-elect also
Richard Munroe, attended FAMU, majoring in settle for less, settle unKI
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national Boat Show, Burdines: Sunshine Fashions will conducta wedding is planned for
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TIMES; Friday, February 21, ,1969 !


.. i - Nevada; Gaming-Biased ; de iig--l; \ J


NEW YORK CITY. The tourists nor Black employees cations, they know that they ed media, they will be guilty
M 'i wM Nevada Rights Commissionacted through the black news media are welcome.Whegtheysee of discrimination

too quickly in lauding which Is the only direct and those ads in white publicationsonly Until such time as such dis-

Webb and Hughes resort effective communication ve- they automatically feel crimination ends, the tourist .
hotels. The Del Webb gaming hicle. that they are not intended for industry will get little goodwill -
BY STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEETING establishments, as well as As a result of unilateral Blacks. and Nevada will get no-
those controlled by the Howard advertising through the white Until such time as Nevada thing but a emr

I LINE-O-TYPE Hughes Interests, are equallyas news media exclusively, the business establishmentsspend thing but a mere pittance, of the
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Al Kinsey's"cookout" party guilty of biased'ad prac- vast majority of affluent Ne- some of their adver- multi-million dollar Negro
last Sunday eve at their well-appointed Albert-Construction tices as all other Las Vegas groes throughout the nation :tising dollars with Black-own- vacation-travel market.
home was a rather colorful affair.Dozens of i hotels. have an Image of Las Vegas I I
black and tan guests rubbed elbows while| The Nevada Gaming-Resort that is identical with that of
representing Northern and Southern Belles industry does not make y ef- Mississippi. Las Vegas has Getting music to sound right in a

and Beaus. The menu was chock-full of fort to Improve its image in never made an effort to cor- studio is a matter of getting a
"evah thing nice" Loads of barbecued ribs ; the Black communities of rect the picture.

and chicken supported by baked beans,potato America. Not one of the major Millions upon millions of
salad, cole slaw,candied yams, sweetpotatopone resort-gaming establish advertising dollars are spent elements.eThe
cold and mixed drinks flowed in end- ments has told the Black citi- with the white press, but not I ,
less streams. Seems several of Kinsey's zens of America that they are one dollar is spent with the Ne- to getting a great gin..a perfect
Labor Union brothers (IUE-'AFL-CIO) were ' welcomed as guests, and/or gro press. The Negro pressis balance of flavor
down from the District of Columbia (hither that they were acceptable as the most credulous adver- elements..dryness,
and yon) and the former pugilist (who once employees.Not tising medium in the eyes of the works.That's what I find in

traced punches with champion Joe Louis in exhibition here one of these establishments the Black community. When Gordon's Gin."
several years ago) wanted to show the upstaters how Southern has solicited Black Blacks see ads in Black publi-

soul brothers operate. It was quite an affair. ,,---- ,--
Roy Eaton, Composer, Pianist. Music Director of Benton & Bowles, Inc,one of
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The Rev Fr Elisha S, Clarke Jr of the nation largest advertising agencies, winner of Kosciusiko Foundation
Week"Fight first Chopin Award; International recitalist, recording artist lot Mac Kecords.
Transfiguration (Opa-locka) ) celebrates his 20th anniversary Fights Dangerous Drug
of Ordination to the Sacred Priesthood Feb. 24. The occasion '
will be honored The Feast of Matthias at 8:00 o'clock in r
on : Dangerous Drugs children, both public and paro- I Ii Ii Ii
the evening at the church he pastors . Burdines manage- Week," which began Sunday, chial schools, received in the 'ipiTE
ment honored Florida Memorial College's board chairmanRev Feb. 16, and runs through Feb. mail one of the Crime Com- i
Edward T. Graham with two scholarships for five years 22, will include the largestmass mission of Greater Miami's '
each . Former Miamian Lottie Major is now Mrs SamuelJ. educational campaign pamphlet, "What Every Par- i i
Browne, wife of the Vicar of St Patrick's Episcopal in against drug abuse staged in ent Should Know About prN- .
West Palm Beach. this area, but the target for Drugs."

SALT WATER TAFFY: The Rev Nelson W, Pinder, Vicarof this campaign will be a new one
The mass promotion for the
St John Baptist in Orlando,completed his term as presidentof "The parents." anti-drug week will include i!
Orange County Economic Opportunity Inc Community Ac- The parents of 138,000 Junior emphasis by the radio \
press, ,
of Mrs and senior high school
tion agency in January. The former son and televsion. and official
is also chairman of the steering committeefor I
Colleen Finder, proclamations by Metro II
a community group seeking to improve employment oppor- I
Mayor Chuck Hall and munici-
tunities in the Wishington Shores area of Orlando. . The HllsonErmi Negro History ,1 1I
pal m 3 yo r s. The pamphlet, I
of West) daughter Alveris is now .
) Sheetings' ( Key prepared by the Women's Di- \
of pan-American Club of Miami. QuizThis I
vice prexy II
vision of th Crime Commis- y : I II
sion in conjunction with the I
THE WEEK'S WASH: The Charles (Ida) Deshazior's grandson quiz will challenge you. Crime Commission itself was I
Feliz Kuowles has a little sister. They're grandparentsagain to identify some of our peo- printed as a public service by I
via their daughter Frances who's cuddling a little 7 Ib ple's great historical figures. the Miami Herald,and its con- I
Ethel Maycock's diughter Chris tell and the 8-10 excellent 6-7
Pink Bundle . Scoring: ; tent was approved by the Dade
Al Tresvant's so!) W:>.'1er becamo Mr and Mrs Feb 8 . Pit good; 4-5, fair; 0-3, poor County Medical Associationand
James Johnsoa and his young wife Althea (dtr of Al and Hope Bonus question couunts two the Dade County Board of
KInsey) are expecting a little soldier in April . A first points. Other questions count Public Instruction.
cousin of Ruth Wright, George Turner passed in Petersburg, one point each. Here's the< DI LLED
Va Feb 2 . Tom Webb reached his 77th birthdiy Feb 15. ,quiz: According toCimeCum-: LONDONDETGIN \
((1) Name the man who madthe e I mission president, Arthur; Gordon Gin, created In -:::" ''.
STUFF AND SUCH: WUliamChocolate) Finder is still alive. first clock to strike the Huttoe, preparations for the London, England In 1769.
The late Mrs Charlie Lewis' godson would have us believe he hour and helped lay our Wash- week were extensive, with It's the biggest seller In England "
America,and the world.
passed two months following Mrs Lewis' death. But intimates ington, D. C. each child asked at its schoolto
would have it no other way -- he still survives. . Pearline (2)) Name the nun who accompanied address one of the 12-page
Jackson-Harris' dad Jack Jackson of Arcadia is in a Sarasota Commander Pear y pamphlets to his parents. Delivery noouet Of ....a. 111ft IICUTlAl melt DlSTIWI ROM.II 1105.CDIDOR'S DIY CI D.III.,IIIDtS,1.1

hospital after undergoing surgery for the second time to clear in his discovery of the North through bulk mailing of
i that blood-clot stoppage . Pearline and hubby Claude are Pole. the pamphlets was aided by the
constant bedside visitors . Julia Tynes birthday party-ed (3) Name the Negro welter- Parent Teacher Associationand
hubby Gene In their Opa-locka tepee Feb 14. weight boxing champion from various other community R Call
19O: -1904. groups.

SCRATCH Mf> BACK: Betty Ross-Torrence's little cherub (4)) Name the Negro welter- "With this tremendous project ;1
Vincent was a year old Feb: 14. . Ida Deshazior's aunt Eve- weight boxing *champion from ," added Huttoe, "we hope CHARLESj I\
lyn Smith down from Ft Pierce and bedded in Mt Sinai hosp. 1904-1908. that parents will realize in no 4
Mrs Smith's sons and their wives were down from the St Lucie ((5) Name the revolutionary uncertain terms the dangersof ROGERS I/
county "Sunrise City" last Sabbath to visit at her bedside war veteran who in 1787 received know \
drugs. Most teenagers
. The Edwin (liable: ) Rogershurriedoutta town last Friday a charter from the what they are about, but the AT PL 1-7502 I
p.m.'headed for Darien, Ga where they were summoned to Grand Lodge of England to setup !
kids need parents' help, ON A
the funeral of sisterinlaw Bessie Rogers, wife of the late the first Negro Masonic also. We pray that each and FOR A GOOD I
Thomas Rogers (a brother of Edwin) who :preceded his wifein Lodge in America, Africa every parent will read the PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT :
death by a few months. Lodge No. 459 pamphlet" 'STEREO OR ORCHESTRA .
(6) Name the nun who invented INSTRUMENTS.
SWEETS' TREATS: AJlready the' owner of a popular pool the traffic light. Huttoe added that the Crime
hall and recreational center In Liberty City D.W. (Prof) Wil- (7)) Name the Black man Commission's Drug Information -
son has his sights set on similar ventures In Opa-locka and known for the founder of modern Center,set up by the Commission -
Coconut Grove . Damita Jo at the Calxvst Club (Collins Russian literature. in cooperation 'with
Ave at 23rd St) . The distinguished Everett (Hazel) Hamp ((8) Name the first boxer Dr. Ben Sheppard of Catholic
tons of Worchester, Mass down on annual trek houseguestingwith ever to hold three world titlesat Welfare, has been kept busy
daughter and soainlaw the Al(Hope)Klnseys of Opa-locka. one time -- featherweight, with inquiries received
The trip down was marred only by Mrs Hampton's Mt Sinai light-weight, welterweight through its 24-hour"hotline' y m
The will homestead here * telephone number 3790707. a
confinement: for surgery. Hamptons;> ,
til April, BONUS QUESTION: (This a1Stq rA +
question has four parts, each
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Miami Times veteran Broward counting a half point),A.Name The Month Of
county (Carver Ranches) reporter Walter Bowe In town on a the author of "Carry Me Backto
hurried VFW mission last Tuesday . Mrs thel Smith's (,i.(Virginny"; B.Name the March Is
grandson Livingston (Peanuts) Smith severely injured while a author of "Clotel," the first

passenger in an auto smashup Monday. He was transferredfrom novel by an American Negro; Leukemia MonthWe
Jackson Memorial (after emergency treatments) to Ce- C. Name the Black author of

dars of Lebanon for confinement. . Speaking of Chuck Hall "The Three Musketeers" and ask continued ex-
your ,
1970 we'll endorse Chuck Hall for "The Count of
running for Governor in Monte Cristo"; ceptional co-operation and
anything. . The LeroySarahAllens( ) of Key West weekendedin D. Name the mm who succeeded support of our efforts to com-
Our Town with Thelma Carey and the Wilbur (Lillian) Frederick Douglass as U.S. bat the pernicious killer Leu- jWIjEt

Smiths, parents of Thelma . PE teacher Agnes Lowrie's recorder of deeds. kemia, by affording our Na- I
dance group of Northwestern senior high and tenor Baldwin *** tional Voluntary Health ,

Hepburn were featured during Dunbar elementary's assemblyhour ANSWERS: 1. Benjamin Agency concentrated saturated I
Wednesday ayem . And Dana Dorsey-Cbapnun will Banneker; 2. Matthew Henson;'' media coverage ELL HAPPINESS I
tomorrow) oa "FamousNe- 3. Joe Walcott 4. Sixie Kidd
speak to Dunbar's pupils Friday ( ; ; throughout the month of
Birthdays Leon McTear8th 5. Prince Hall 6. Garrett AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY
groes in America" .. Add February : ; A.
March in
Ralph Brantley, Edward Jones, Olive Pinder, Tom Webb Morgan: ; ?.Alexander Push- particular.Mass At the "...,..4i .f N.rth-*.utH .." ...../
; media has
already received
15th Doris Johnson 20th . The North Dade Junior high kin; 8. Henry Armstrong.
dancing; Peperettes remind you of a June Taylor TV spectacular . . -etc-and slides, releases spots, audio will, CORNER NW. 54th ST. H.W.3rd AYE.
press Phone 7517502Or
. At the CTA Ball in the Deauville hotel Feb 15 the
BONUS ANSWERS be forwarded as available.. 2010 Blvd. FR 7-0401 Broward JA2-1131
A. -
Cecil (Carrie) Moses' were door prize winners:Steak dinners :
at Lincoln Road's famous Steak House. . That's It brother, James A. Bland; B. William May I thank you, individually Mil DillVI'Y ANYWMiftl IN U.S.A.
who knows everybody andeverybody's Wells Brown; C. Alexander and collectively for your IN IT.UUOf ROAll 1103 I.IAS O1AS (IVD.JA JJ7UI
from your one-man-newspaper Dumas D. James Monroe past, present and continued
racket but who along with he Little Woman cele- ;
Trotter. support. We are most grateful!
brated our 28th Anniversary Feb 15.


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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 196'1
The Blacks vs

Round About The Mafia

k n., A,+vt r ,.
i XA1'W
Talk "Organized crime, it is estimated -
has taken more srtwkin ,
al.-_BYJIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL money out of the ghetto than
all government assistance LiliiI5in
A young "sweet-slxteen girl" normally got out of bed the programs combined have put lit
morning of Jan. 30, 1968, doing the usual routine of preparingfor into It."
school. Leaving home very cheerful heading for her school How the Mafia is one of the ?
day at Miami Jackson High. A "love child" on a beautiful day most important factors behinc
with but one thought on her mind, "love eveyone and enjoy the vicious circle of povertyin
every minute. But fate had it's secrets instored for this "love urban ghettoes, and what
child." At school an argument started(some said, over a pen, black militants are planning tc : r , Newport "'
others said over old gripes) between two or more girls. One do about it are revealed exclusively ;
girl pulled a gun and fired.When the smoke cleared and every in the February 15U 1
body realized that they wasn't dreaming, but was witnessinga issue of Detroit Scope Maga.
real life (nightmare) killing, the "sweet sixteen girl" (who zine.
started a beautiful day loving everybody was dead.LINDA .
According to the article,
"Groups like the Black Pan
thers have been building an filh.'rkinl's<O"E
arsenal of weapons and are p.-
A F4i4R making plans to confront organized -
crime with a demandto .. .- -
get out of the black community Symbolic of one of the largest advertising campaigns ever directed to the
They are ready to back
this up with the Mafia's own nation's black community by a cigarette manufacturer is this poster, createdby
kind of tactics muscle, vio- Vince Cullers (left), president of Vince Cullers Advertising, Inc. Similar
lence and death. If it meansan posters have been placed on outdoor billboards throughout the country. The

all-out shooting war, they man on the poster, known as "the Bold Soul in the blue dashiki," also i is
say they are ready for that
too." featured in Cullers-created advertisements now running in black-owned news

papers and magazines, while a new series of Newport commercials is being
broadcast on black-oriented radio stations. Helping Cullers is Ernest Beavers

LIPSCOMB BLANCHE WARD "A Thousand (right), assistant division sales manager for Lori I lard Corporation, which makes

('Valentine Day," the day of the"late Linda Lipscomb a day Stan Kenton, Herbie Mann, Thad Jones
!"of,love and forgiving' It was Blanche(Pat) Ward a classmatethat I
fired the fatal bullet that killed Linda,but how many others Over In Jazz ConcertStan

are guilty along with Blanche of this crime.How many others Because of capacity business Kenton, one of the most appeared at the 1968 festival; tionality disturbed children.
(girls of their in-crowd.knew) .I what was going to happen and and maximum interestof famous innovators and stylistsin Mel Lewis and the 17-piece The all-star is
could have talked Blanche out of the idea, but instead they Drama Clubs and School program
the world of Jazz, will head Thad Jones Orchestra; and
for the thrill of excitement. Well for the scheduled to begin at 8:15
edged the fight on groups, Ruth Foreman announces an all-star program appearing Festival Hostess Sheila
knowledge of those that knew and didn't try to prevent that that the North Miami in the second annual All- McRae. Proceeds will be pre p.m., and will entertain an expected
horror, Blanche will take the full blame, she will be judged Playhouse will hold three additional America Jazz Festival at the sented to the Children's Center 5,000 Jazz fans for approximately
and sentenced but the other will have to punish themselves,
performances of "A
City of Miami Marine Stadium a Miami school for emo- three hours.illdlltMMMMMIIIt1I.
from to You the,chance is that the late Linda "
day day. see Thousand Clowns, with an all on Rickenbacker Causeway,
Lipscomb have "forgiven them all" wishing each one"happi Negro cast, starring WMBM April 12. aacs ssrt I
ness. So to the late Linda Lipscomb and her surviving family, personality, Ernie Fields and The pianist will be Joined by
we say, "yesterdays dream, a small pile of ashes, that will young Angelo Rutherford, of the Herbie Mann Quintet, who JOHNSONof
wonder in hope that are gone." the "Gentle Ben" series.
Walter Tresvant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tresvant(she's will be ,Friday,.Saturday, and GUIDANCE CLINIC \ PHOTOGRAPHERis
; IL
the former Virginia Wilkerson)and Christen Maycock,daughter Sunday; Feb. 21, 22 and 23rd. 22 4:00
of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Maycox were married last Satur- p.m.
Because of prior commit- not connected with other studio
day. Reception was held at his parents home.Her parents, the ments, these will be the final Primary "C" SchoolBULLITT' any
Oliver Maycocks, reside at 15725 NW 27th Ave., Opa-locka. performances. and is still operating at:
Albert is the nephew of the "mosted noted" Mr. George Wil-
1186 NW 38th STREET
kerson of Edgecombe Ave., NYC.

ROUND ABOUT TALK . Pretty Betty Brown (Florida fl1T hwvwiIst R_ 1Ki6 K761fX-----635-4148- 1Ri1R-- IC---i1nC RiNOAH'S
Memorial Student) of Sanford, sexy thing to get on a valentine
card . TV big man Jackie G1 e son expecting to run for DRIVE IN RUN
Mayor of Miami. . Singer Carmen McRae at NY's Rainbow DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Grill, for the next four weeks. . Which"Carol City school 1
teacher dedicated Tousaint McCall's, "Nothing Takes the
place of You" to lovely Regina Lawrence (Florida Memorial SCREENED
College) of St. Petersburg for Valentines Day ? ? ? Walter STI.VI: AT 1:00: & 10:45
Winchell, the world's greatest columnlstgossipkingretired
from writing last week at the age of 71. His son Walter Jr. MCQUIENiiii
committed suicide Christmas Day passed. ..This is Jimmie
(Scoop) Bethel saying, time and tide waits for no man. C-U- Ml i 'AlllUltIIlIIIlICI ], AS ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES


The Miami District Laymen "The Kids" our gang
invite you and friends to their comedy, featuring Angelo Rutherford A SOLAR PRODUCTION
, anniversary on Sunday, Feb. of the "Gentle Ben" TECHNICOLOR' -Saturday Review
: 23, at New,Bethel Church,' series, resumes its continuous -,
', Goulds, Fla,, at,2:p.m. Won't, Saturday matinee performances .. .s
\ you please come. Saturday, February
Mr., Zack' ,Ferguson ,is 22, with Chapter #8, entitled <,:;P"-'
;, president' of organization. "Generation Gap!" J Ji There , .
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969 9

His Widow Says... ,

1 Malcolm X Believed That u.s.

1 Government Would Have Him Killed :

Wy a 9

A Q Mrs. Betty Shabazz, widowof him to know." our own way the control of guns In white
4v,1 BY DAVE BONDU Malcolm X, said this week Two Black Muslims and a "Now, we blacks are goingto hands."
; that her husband predicted his third man have been sentencedto rule ourselves. . Historically," she''added,
own death at the hands of the life imprisonment for gun- One of five widows of top "the white man never wanted
The warm sun begins to descend, displaying its shadowsover U. S. Government because of ning down Malcolm in New leaders or sympathizers in blacks to learn the use of guns
the city and finally our beautiful city falls into darkness. what he knew.In York's Audubon Ballroom in the cause of black liberation for fear of a slave rebellion.
This is what happens for the next 12 hours: People of all races an Interview appearing in 1965, after he left the move- killed by gunfire in the 1960's, And yet, what God ever de-
and creeds begin to make the Journey home.Some are delighted the current issue of Look mag- ment to build one of his own. Mrs. Shabazz said she favors creed that whites could have
to go home, and some dread the thought of going to what azine, the woman whose husband Although some observersfeel gun control .- "especially guns, but blacks could not?"
they have to call home. Some are greeted by clean streets, has become a martyr of that holm's: last days
lighted streets, well kept lawns and comfortable homes, or the black revolution said: raise a promise of racial integration dr
nice neat, clean apartments.Yet "I believe what Malcolm his widow said
on the other side, we are greeted with darkness, dirt told me. He believed, after that it would not work
and trash pilled on the streets, smelly, stinking rat and careful analysis, that the gov- "Blacks have been tryingto
roach infested dingy, expensive holes that are called apart- ernment would have him integrate for nearly four
ments. Included are an abundance of noisy children playing in killed, but would use the Black centuries," she declared in
the streets or the courtyard. The teenagers are restless, Muslims (as killers) becauseof Look, "and they have failed.
because there is nothing to do. OfcoursemanywatchTV or go the friction between him. Integration has failed.We have
to a lighted playground or a poolroom. What else is there for self and them. been forced into separate
him to do? Others just "hang" on the corner. By this time, it "He learned some thingsthe neighborhoods and separate
is 10:00 and some young guy standing on the corner realizes Government did not want lives, and now, we have to go u I
that he is hungry and broke He sez, "I ain't got a decent pairof
pants to wear . can't get a job (notice he didn't say a up
decent Job! Last year the black big shots said "cool it daddy, p
whitey Is scared and Is going to give the cats some good jobs" Postal Employee Killed In WreckDorell
. . so what happened? That cat took us to a meeting to dig
and those black big shots, along with the white big shots, said T. Dorsett, 38, of yield the right-of-way from a
we got 2277 jobs for the sisters brothers, and we sez o.k. 643 NW 48th St., died Monday stop sgn and with causing an \
We sez, here are two guys that are ready to work right now, night at Jackson Memorial .accident resulting lea fatality. i
and they took their names and addresses and said they would Hospital after a two-car coli- Dorsett, a post office em-
call us tomorrow. If they called,you did.You know what those sion at NW 46th Street and 36 ployee, was enroute home Some -the-
the members
black and white big shots did, Mr. Bondu? they lied! Are they Avenue from work. of present at meeting
gonna lie again this year?" Police charged the other Raw I s is in Jackson Memorial were: Seated from left to right are the newly elected I
Now It is 12:00 midnight ..just six hours before the dawnof driver, Otis Rawls,56,of 5817 Hospital with a broken officers. Standing from left to right are: Robert :I
a new day and time is short.Some of the boys are casing a NW 23rd Ave., with failing to arm and leg. Coleman, Taylor, Morris Spencer, David Mumford, ;
gas station or a store or maybe looking for a cat that looks 'I
and Harris.
Kelley Jeryle Wildgoose, ,
like he has some bread. Wham, Bam the hit. Somebody is ,
hurt or dead. come's the run, and I Dightbe lucky not to Mail Handlers Elect OfficersMembers 4
get caught. Maybe I do get caught or killed by a cop's bullet.
Either way it's bad 2:30: a.m., folks are wakened by the Fuzz of the Mallhandlers port could mean to them. Mr.
telling mama and papa I'm in jail or was shot. There is not Local#65 held their regu- Walker succeeds Mr. Al Kin-
too much of this going on where the streets are well lightedand lar bi-annual election last sey, the past president,who is
clean. A far cry from the cities up north, because it is Sunday at the Biscayne Annex now maintaining a higher position
warm, at least most of the time. Post Office. After the election with the National Mail
"And so another day begins. Cars begin to move with pea all members gathered at the Handlers in Washington, D. C.
ple going to work, going to make plans, going to meetings home of Mr. and Mrs. David Every two years the Mail-
where promises are made but never kept??? This is the wayI Mumford where they celebrated Handlers, along with the La- 1 As ""
think, and I wish somebody would show me how different It the occasion. Mr. Al Wal- dies Auxiliary attends a national -
can be." believe it can be better,and I*11 go along another day ker, the new,president ma4e an'inspiring : convention that Is held .! ,, 1 1k.b
and see for myself. How many days must I wait?"Well, 'it's' speech to the entire in a state voted upon by a national ,
time to go home, because the sun is up and the city is warm group. Mr. Walker stated that committee. During the ; :.,
again. And I will try for a job, again. Nothing happened today, while holding the office of year of 1967 the Miami local '" :
so here I stand,in the warm sun watching the shadows lengthenover president he wishes to strengthen traveled to Detroit, Michigan, , I
the city, and I wonder what tonight will bring. the organization and for the convention and had the I
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Vivian White above all Is to work as close- privileges to visit Niagra
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Duke Jenkins ly as possible with the auxiliary Falls, Canada and many other' .fi ,AWhile
VIP OF THE WEEK: Ray Mitchell in encouraging them to Interesting places In Canada.
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Nannie E. Collins understand the specific objec- This year the group is look- the men were celebrating the Ladies
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Miami NorthSouthGolf tives in aiding the mail-hand- ing forward to going to Los Auxiliary of Local #65 were having their regular'
Tournament is swinging! There must be a thousand peo- lers and how much their sup- Angeles, California. meeting also. Seated from left to right are: Mary
ple here (would: you believe 830) and they are having a ball! McClainThelma C. Mumford ,and Ola Mae Holmes, ;
The golfers are playing good golf, the fashion show is tomor-
at the Miami Times AdsDon't Standing are: Jackie Stanleytreasurer of the Auxiliary -{
row night (Friday) Everglades Hotel at 9 p.m. (ticketsare ..
$3) and the Trophy Ball is at the Everglades Saturday Mrs. Harris, Lady Bird Colman, Marty and'
night. The public is invited to attend these affairs, and show Cost They Pay Audrey Tucker. Members not shown are: Wmma Williams l-
the golfers how much we appreciate their coming to Miami.
president; Hope Kinsey, secretary; {Helen
Some of the golfers who como every year, and who are in
there fighting for trophies are: Dr. Ferdinand Penn of De- Kennedy, parliamentarian; Louise Kinsey, news
troit; Duke Jenkins, Spence Crews, Oliver Bailey of Cleve- reporter; Gloria Anderson, vice president; Gertrude
land; Ed Buckney of Chicago; Lucious Ward, Joe Terry, Herb 1969 WAREHOUSE SALE Dallas and Mrs. Thomas., Approximately 20 women
Hardin and Pul Terry of Philadelphia; Jack Dukes, Johnnie ; joined the Ladie's Auxiliary last Sunday.,
Butler, Johnnie Hyman of Boston; Jimmie Randolph, the star
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and I could go on and on. . Frank DuBois and his trio doing MAYS DRESSES
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golfers from Chicago went Toby's to eat dinner, and he sez,
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THE MIAMI. TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969

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I By Garth C. Reeves, Jr.
I ._ J The girls' bathrooms was the scene for the Girl Counselors'
- -- paint-In on last Saturday. Redecoration of the bathrooms is

SMOKEY'ROBINSON WRITES.ABOUT, MOTOWN JUST TO SE1 the organization's main project for the year.
"THE RECORD STRAIGHT" Tie a string around your finger to remember February 28,
when the PTA will present their Annual Extravaganza.North-
band will be featured also a surprise
western's guest artist.
DETROIT, Michigan. My name is Bill"Smokey Robinson.
I have been affiliated with the Motown Record Corporation for x I The Junior: Class selected their class motto, colors, flower -
the past tell ytm'i L .x b< song and prom theme. The colors are navy blue and beige,

Of late, there have been' a few incidents involving certain I the theme: "A World of Fantasy," the motto: "The Foundation -
ssf, of Any Society is the Education of its Youth," flower
well-known persons at Motown, which have marred the love I :
and family-type Image of the Motown aggregation.Well, I feel /r "Carnation," and song: The Look of Love."

it's high: time that someone came forth and let the truth be Congratulations to Ted Williams, senior who has won third

known to everyone everywhere..Someone, place In the 1968 voice of democracy contest. .
who is in position, to comment 'on it from 3 .f The Social Studies Senates from different Dade schools will
fair March 28 at Dade County Auditorium. Out of
all standpoints -- Artist, Producer,Writer, present a on
and Motown Family member ,. I should I. I the schools being represented, Northwestern was chosen to

like to have my say about all the happeningsat 3. I present a play affiliated with Social Studies.
Motown. Northwestern's number two ranked basketball team won its

Let me begin by saying that if ever I knew 3 f Y.H I 21st victory by beating Roosevelt 84-76 in the ulls gym.ThW'sday .

a person who is Integrity plus -- it's Berry I lr b Sr the Bulls will travel to Key West to meet the

Gordy, Jr. Motown was started on the idea 4 a r !k I Conchs. If the Bulls defeat the Conchs, which is most likely

of whatever money a person has coming -- they will have to face Coral Gables Saturday in the Greater

it to .., .._ I Miami Athletic Conference championship game. Good luck
give them. Whether it's a penny or a --- -- ---

million dollars -- if they've earned it--pay Bulls!

them. "Honesty is our only policy." So, it gets me angry to Sod Siitu 01 tU! Meek

hear people who have been a part of our love and family feel-

ing --telling people that Motown has not paid them /,
every penny 7Li
This weeks soul sister is Renee Blair, daughterof
they had coming. Maybe some of the ones who have gone astray
Sgt. and Mrs. John W. Blair of 1221 NW 62nd Lane.
will take the time to read this and be enlightened to the facts
Renee is a senior at Miami Northwestern where she Jackson
if their minds to
-- are open the truth.
is a majorette, PTA representative and A.A. member.She .
First, ril speak as a performer. When you are an artist,
swimming and she digs Jazz the
enjoys partying
who is selling records, people approach you from every angle. of
most. House Photography
They tell you all the things that you don't have, that you should JottingsBy

have, and would have, if they were in charge of your business IS ..._.
affairs. They tell you that you are the greatest and Motown is .. ARNETTA WILLIAMS

only thinking of whoever is the hottest Motown prospect at that ; }

time. For Instance, Diana Ross and The Supremes are used ....:J m: m :: :c:::::::u: : ::::::::::: -
quite often as a media of comparison by those who say, "You
"You should do Just as many TV or movie appearances." If Raider Reports FEATURING A JACKSONITE

not,you are being overlooked because of Motown's concentration \ by CHRIS BATES ( YVE'r rE McKINNEY: A four year student at MJHS, Yvetteis

on Diana Ross and The Supremes. If you are gullible .Jj.. _'r' .. ".. a senior planning to major in Physical Education at Tuske-

enough to accept what they say, then you're not being realis- Thanks to the many students James Flagg and Michael Rob- gee Institute. At 17 years old, Yvette was nominated for the

tic, or facing the facts. who sent me letters on ideas inson, narrators; Derek Head Start scholarship at the North and South campuses of Mi-
Lord knows we at Motown wish all of our acts sold half as for subjects to write in Raider Davis, author of the play. ami Dade Junior College. She was selected the best all-around
many records as the Supremes. If there was some "maglcpushing" senior superlative and is presently a member of the yearbook
Report. I will take some of the Pam Dean, Debra Adderly,
formula which we would use to push our other acts suggestions andtrytoma- Una Deveaux, Gary Ward, staff, band, student council, GAA; president, and TriHiYvice
into as many TV shows that call for Diana Ross and The Su- terialize them. Rene Reddick, Andressa president. Her main interests in a boy is that he be "un-

premes -- believe me, we would do it. Why should we not Since 1963 Edison has been Davis, Shirlyn Rawls, Gloria de r s t tan din g, cute, definitely lovable, trustworthy, and
benefit from having 10 or 12 acts with the magic of Diana Ross friendly."
recognizing Negro History Perry, Shirley Adams,Tyrone
and The Supremes, with as many doors open to them, it would Week. This year a group of Sands, Sharon Dyes, Cheryl Girls basketball team made a clean sweep last week at the

only make Motown stronger. But,this is not the way the music Black students formed acom- King, Henry Coaxum and Division 2 Tournament when they dehorned the Mays High

world is. Only the public --the millions of people you may mittee which decided to Larry Parks. Rams and brought theMiami Beach Hi Tides down to sea level.

never see -- can give you all this magic. present a series of activitiesto Rating high on the top ten Having an undefeated record, members of the team consist of
It's basically the same thing for a producer or a writer who
celebrate this great occas- chart is the Edison wrestling Yvette McKinny, Chiquita Sanford, Rochelle Moss, Margaret
becomes hot with a few hits under his belt. In fact in this
Tillman Agatha Hunter Patricia Barfield Diane
GailStirrup ,
ion. The week was kicked off team. Under the supervisionof ,
crazy world of music, sometimes it only takes one hit for Henryhand, Ruby Hearnes Betty Deal and Andrea Jackson.
with a slogan and poster con- coach Dean the team is receiving ,
certain people to start the flattery which they hope will lead test, winners of the contest the training and skill We are proud to announce that the Queen and her court at

you to work for them. They tell you everything and offer you will be announced during gen- to topple over any of their Miami Dade Junior College are all graduates of Miami Jack-

anything if you'll come and produce records or write songs eral awards assembly.Duringthe challengers. The District 4 son. Congratulations to MaryYoung, Annie Branham, and De-
for their company. However, if you're being paid properly andyou're lores Walker.
week ,black students attended wrestling tournament will take ;
not being pressured'*peace of mind is worth its weightin classes very well dres- place Friday and Saturday, In regards to National Brotherhood week our "GeneralSoul

gold. Each year Motown pays out many millions of dollarsto sed in the latest fashions. A Edison. hopes to qualify entrants Survey' question is "What does Brotherhood mean to
its creative people who keep coming with the "
up product. play will be presented to the for the state tourna- me?
tve seen royalty checks for people from ninety-eight cents to
student body at an assembly to ment. Sharon Kelly: "Brotherhood is entering into a close rela-

hundreds of thousands of dollars."<,I know Motown pays. Never .be held ,Wednesday, Feb.:'26, Last week Edison Red Raider tionship with your fellowman regardless of race, color, or
once have I not received royalties from Motown which had .
I dealing with the' black man's Basketball team rated in creed. This is necessary in order to make America the most
coming rye even forgotten some of checks and
been called two'weeks after royalty date my and royalty asked to please struggle for freedom,equalityand ie number five position in the prosperous nation in the world. Harmoniously as well as eco-
power through the ages. Northwestern Division. nomically.
the check
come pick
up The committee would like to The swim team is strokingit's Joseph Wims: "Brotherhood is a time when people should
Ald'then there is the problem.of young people not realizing extend many thanks to Miss E. way across the pool ahead get together and have close ties. The togetherness, under- I
that when you ,make a lot of you're to to
money, going have
Johnson and Mr. Fox, who of some of Miami's top team. standing and companionship of different races and or ethnic !
pay a lot of income taxes: As far back as 1958, when we first "
worked long hours as advisor Mike Robinson a leading diverin groups. J
began to make "survival money," Berry would always say, and director. Nadine Alexander "The It's a certain
Negro History his division said our swim : way people get along.
"Remember, you're going to have to nay vour income taxes
so save your money." I listened because taxes, are the main Week at Miami Edison was one team is made up of the most relationship between you and your friends."

money,problem of all high-paid: creative talents. As far as that will remain in the heartsof devoted swimmers in the Edward Kyler: "Brotherhood is fellowship. A way of ex-

being paid by Motown, we have always been paid with state- all of us forever. county and we don't settle for pressing help to fellow human beings.

ments to show, accurately what we have coming and why. Committee members were: second best performance. Lizzette Johnson: Brotherhood Is all races Joined togetherfor
This makes'it hard for me to understand how guys like the Dianne Dyes, chairman; Ver- Seniors of the week are: a common cause striving to become one."

three well-known writers and producers,who to my knowledge, netta King, Roney Ward, Linsey Davis and Greta Mack.

never had Jobs before being made popular at Motown, could

ever leave. They were paid millions In royalties and had key
positions; in the organization. What more could a young man HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN
ask for? So, to those who got the big head or the cocky attitude, I I INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU
have dedicated the following
Then there are those artists and producers who really poem: ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING I FROM

believe that they are the greatest and that they have done it all Success is what you are after SOME CHRONIC I ILLNESS? WILL YOU
for Motown and Motown has done for them
nothing not realI-
With all that woderful talent HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
zing the years of good faith and solid relationship we have built
Is what due
Success you are
up with the radio and TV networks who program our rcords. LAST EXPENSES?
But be very careful not to let deatltoccurs.
With our having so many records coming out, if this relation- Success make a failure of you. Universe! pays its death claims the same day

ship did not exist, it would be very unlikely that their records .

would ever be played. Join U.N.C.A.
The music world is a crazy world
They probably never have gone by our management offices
Full of Joy and sorrow
and watched the negotiations made daily on behalf of our artists Today you may be riding high Universal' Christian Aid Society<<
Even our not-so-popular artists are receiving free ar-
But forgotten by tomorrow LAST
tist development training courses so.that they can still work AND REST ASSURED THAT YOUR"

on dates and earn some money, There are many beneficial So, remember when they're cheering your name MEMORIAL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID.

things happening and going on at Motown In behalf of our artists And waiting for you to come on CALL NOW.
producers, and writers, which are not even considered
That you didn't start Motown when you came
at other companies. No brag .- Just fact 6917669IP
And you won't finish it when you're gone. _

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The dresses and slaks worn The girls plan to make morethan Head Start proudly
by this group were made and 100 dresses for Head commend these (
donated by the Girl's Councilof Start children as a Valentineand vice groups. Miss Helen )
Miami Palmetto Senior High Easter project. Several is the manager of this
School. Chriss Conners is the other groups have registered under the supervision
very dynamic president of this interest in doing something for County Board of
group and knows how to get these children of poverty struction.
1 things done in a big way. Ap- groups.
proximately sixty dresses Head Start girls
. were presented to Mrs. Ozora The Elite Service Club plans left to right: Carolyn
I, Shell on Monday night in the to star a shoe project for Joyce Hampton, Portia
school cafetorlum. boys. Something else for the liams, Law and a
boys will be sponsored by the Sylvia Felder, Cynthia (
There was a contest among Soiree group of Miami Pal- Seated: Sonya Lynch )
the 39 sections of the 10th metto High School The staff tricia Bryant.
grade Home Economic clas- and constituency of project -Johnson of Miami
ses The winner was 10-14.
The groups are still making
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baseball team as part of a"big 'r'
brother" program for poor aO a
youngsters in South Dade. ot i:1

The boys, about 40 of them,
have made money for the team
through odd Jobs and have i
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staged a picnic +b A o ;
Crandon Park.

They hope to attract other
area Key Clubs to the program \-:1UPERJEANS
A local civic club and +ay e' e
businesses alreadyare
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lending help. S .::. ,. e j '
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public relations chairman, ,
said the Perrine Kiwanis Club y I '"' ... ,
hired many of the boys for $1 '''
an hour on two consecutive do o Flared leg jeans that'll I, brighten i any

weekends. The Jobs providedover e 4 fox's scene. Machine' ) washable, sizes

$100 for the team, he 0 o ., 7 to 15. (left-right) Daisies: red or,navy

said.Last Friday a picnic for 25 a o on white $7. Solids: white, yellow, pink,

of the youngsters was suppliedby ; aqua, navy $5. Windowpane checks:
Publix, Food Fair, Great + 'S. red/navy on white $7. yfs jr. sportswear,
Value and Walker supermarkets. -
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tance. Mr. Love was able to have
A recent housing situation the family qualify for a 221
from the Opa-locka office, certificate from FHA and con-
handled by Richard Love is an sequently moved into a three
example of how the Urban Lea- bedroom one bath, FHA reha-
gue Is working to Improve bilitated house in an attractive
housing conditions.The northwest neighborhood.After .
father of a family with the move was made,
four children called the Oper- Mr. Love visited the family in L1j

ation Equality Opa-locka their new home.He was greet ,
office, and Mr. Love made an ed by a chorus of happy __
T. WILLARD FAIR appointment to see the apart- "Thank yous." The things _
ment they were currently liv- about the new home that seem- _
Some of the biggest prob- ing in. He found that it was in ed to be most appreciated by
lems that have often
people an Urban Renewal area and the family were, the privacy
are concerned with that
place was going to be condemned. independence and space for
where "you hang your hat" -- Meanwhile the landlord had having friends and family f'3

your home. not made any repairs, and the visit. The family agreed,.their
Housing problems frequently entire place was in very bad best move was calling the Urban i
seem to be unsolveable or condition. Mr. Love saw the League. Call on the Ur-
complicated. Did you ever try landlord who refused to make ban League for your housing ry
to unravel government red any repairs. The next step, problem it may be your best
tape when involved with a. was arranged by Mr. Love,an move. Mr. Richard Love at
mortgage problem? Did you I inspection for housing viola- 2333 All Baba Avenue 685-
every try to read through a tions by the County. This resulted 0342; Mr. Earl McCloud6740
lease? Or understand all the, in the apartment being NW 15th Avenue 691-3811;
terms used by the real estate I declared as having unhealthy Mrs. Hendrlca Borden 2001 Mr. William Miles (seated at far left) Urban League Coordinator of'the

people? Or know about Urban I living conditions bad blumb- NW 35th Street; and the office Citizens Corps Program in Miami, during the orientation for the new Citizens I

Renewal? Model City Pro- ing, being overcrowded and in Coconut Grove at 3378 Corps ,program at Urban League Southern Regional Headquarters in Atlanta.
gram? Do you have a housing other violations. Douglas: Road' 448-6268.
problem like being behind In

your Whatever mortgage payments your housing? Black College Students Join; C.C.P.

problem happens to be, you
can start finding answers by C.C.P. is not a new fra- assisting the poor and disadvantaged men t, health services, daycare
talking to one of the Urban ternity or social club on cam- seek new solutionsto consumer education,
League's Operation Equality pus. CCP is for people who believe social problems, but par- home making legal servicesand .
housing counselors.There are "if you're not part of the ticularly to offer the type of recreation.
four offices ; Liberty City solution you're part of the experience that will be most Do you think that Citizens
Opa-locka Coconut Grove and problem." CCP Is designed to meaningful to young black peo Corps Program might be your
the Cuban Community. bleach provide the circumstances for ple.The kind of action social action?
office Is a housing counselorwho the development and use of Citizens Corps Program Call the coordinator Mr. Bill k "
Is there to assist you In volunteers with the emphasison is sponsored by the Ur- Miles at the Urban League
"opening doors" to your par- involvingblack' college students ban League with VISTA and is 377-3681 for further infor-
ticular housing need.If in the Miamiareatogiv e r?: currently recruiting local col- mation on how you can participate -

are looking for an spare time working in Miami's lege students to give volun in the Citizens Corps
ghettos. Citizens Corps Program teer services in such area Program. It's not for a grade
house thehous-
, apartment or *
the volunteer organization it's for growth yours and
ing counselor will advise you gives experiences as community ,
- ,as to the of inte- and opportunities in tutoring economic develop- theirs. *. : ,

grated neighborhoods make

J recommendations to see vacancies and escort do whatever you- Coalition Against Hate Organized

possible to help you find
J a place.
_ If you have been looking on .fn New York w '> ,gr'n

your own and believe you have
discriminationfrom ,.
encountered NEW YORK. -Twenty non- tive director speaking on behalf Rabbi Gilbert Klaperman
a realtor or landlord the governmental human rights of Executive Director Roy president New York Board of
housing counselor will assist agencies have formed a coa- Wilkins who was snowbound in Rabbis; Arthur J. Levine \
Richard E. Hinton train-
In filing a complaint with apprentice carpenter,
you lition to combat the rising tide his Queens home. president Jewish Community
Housing Urban Developmentor of racism in New York City In a Joint Statement Race Relations Council of New Ing on the site of the New Roney Plaza Hotel with
If you wish to file a law suit, and in other cities throughoutthe Hatred, the organizations proposed York; Dr. Lewis Maddocks Robert Turchin Company. Richard was placed by the I
help you find a lawyer with this country. a five-point program of executive director, Coun- Urban League' otl12NW62nd St.
kind of legal practice. Announcement of the joint action, including establishment cil for Christian Social Action

Perhaps you\ Just need a effort was made her at a news of a "hot line" to facilitate United Church of Christ; Rt.
question answered. The housing conference Feb. 10, by for- communications "be- Rev. Richard B. Martin suf- The Long Awaited BreakRichard I
counselor will help you mer U. S. Ambassador to the tween our agencies with specific fragan bishop, Episcopal Dio- -
I know your rights. There are United Nations Arthur Gold- staff assigned to work together cese of Lone Island;Will Mas-
many ways Operation Equalityis berg, and Dr. John A. Mor- as a volunteer task low, executive director, E. Hinton, a 1968 pects carpentry*To Richard
prepared to offer assis, sell, assistant NAACP execu- force." American Jewish Congress. graduate of North weslern Senior ' I"it's a long awaited break."
Other proposals; TermI- Also'Rt. Rev. Msgr. Greg- High School, began his apprenticeship If you hold a high school
nation of grants to organiza- ory L. Mooney apostolate of training as a car diploma or GED and 'are
Head Start ChildrenShortchanged tions proved to engage in"the human relations Archdiocese penter recently with Robert ,Between ,the ages'of 18 and 25
promulgation of bigotry be it of.New York; Msgr. John Turchin Construction Com yeart.'(credit given for service .
I anti-Semitism or race hate"; Oesterreicher, director, institute pany. He is presently workingat time) and would,like to
a halt by the news media to the of JudaeoChristianStudies the Roney Plaza on Miami become a carpenter, electrical -.
practice of playing up the hatem Seton Hall University Beach. worker, ironworker>
0 n g e r s ; and imposition of ; Bayard Rustin executive lather, painter pipefitter
Parents of children in the 7th and 27th Aves. penalties against public em- director, A. Philip Randolph As a carpenter apprentice plumber roofer, sheet metal
Head Start program are rais- Head Start officials said the ployees who "foment racial. Institute; Dore Schary national Richard will work full-time on worker, sprinkler fitter,
ing a storm because they claim medical progra has been de- bigotry." chairman, Anti-De- the Job at $2.65 an hour with bricklayer, cement mason, or
their kids are being shortchanged layed for about 1,000 of the The organizations also of- famation League of B'nai regular raises. He will also plasterer visit the LEAP of-
on medical care. 4,000 children Involved. They fered "all publicly-funded institutions B'rlth Rabbi Henry Slegman, attend class one night each fice at 1112 NW 62ndStreetor.
Mrs. Josefina Harvinof blamed interruptions in fund- access to the ru: executive vice president, week to study the technical as- phone,758-5551.
7035 NW 28th Avenue chair- ing and a reorganization re- sources and skills of our agen- Synagogue Council of Amerl-
man of the parents group said requested by the poverty pro- cies so that they test the community Albert V 0 r span, director '
the children have not receivedthe gram's regional office in At- reactions before proceeding Commission on Social Actionof URBAN LEAGUE COMMUNITY OFFICES:'
medical checkups and lanta. to publish materials Reform Judaism, Union of
American Hebrew Congregations L: E. /. P. 1112 NW 62nd St.- 758.5551
treatment they've been pro- dealing with ethnic or racial
mised. "Some of the children have- groups within our city." ; Mrs: Leonard Weiner LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
According to Mrs. Harvin, not had absolutely anything., The statement was signedby president. National Council of 6207 NW 27th Avenue'- 693.4302
"What burns the hell out of the Dr. E. L. Matta of the Dade the following: Rev. J. Ed- Jewish Women; Roy ,Wilkins OPERATION EQUALITY
that the County Health Department, ward associate executive director, National
parents is the fact very Carothers 3378 Douglas Road 448-6268
of the medical Association for the Advance- :
who charge
where general secretary Board of
densely populated area 2338 All Baba Avenue 685-0342
is the program agreed that there Missions United Metho- ment of Colored People
the need is greatest one 536 S. W. 12th Avenue 358-2226
has been a delay... dist Arthur Wright, executive
where It has not been workedout Church; Charles Feuer-
6740 15th Avenue 691.3811
as yet." "We plan to start the evaluations .- eisen, national commander director National Associationfor -
The Office of Economic Opportunity I' this week or next, : Jewish' War Veterans of the Advancement of Colored COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT'
regional office in he'said the United States of America; People; Arthur Wright 1001 NW 3rd Avenue 377-5264
lanta asked Dade County to divide "Since the Inception of the Rev. Edward Flannery exe- executive director Catholic CITIZENS CORPS
the program into four program" Dr. Matta said, cutve secretary, American Interracial Council; CharlesS. 6207 NW 27th Avenue 693-4302 '
, segments because of its size. "we've had great difficulty in Bishops' Secretariat for Zimmerman president
The medical program has been getting continuous funding Catholic-Jewish Relations, Jewish Labor Committee; and FAMILY PLANNING j.TNT .
delayed for children in an area Every time there's an inter- Seton Hall University Arthur Whitney Young Jr., executive 4638 NW 27th .'633-2573 '"

between SW' 8th and NW,36ft ruption In funding there are J. Goldberg president. The director, National Urban Lea-
Sts. and between SW and NW delays in the program. American Jewish Committee; gue.

16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969 .....


TALLAHASSEE. Twenty- 7'r 1 N II
r [
eight students at FloridaA&M x 4 i

University have been selectedto Y
Who's Who in American I

Colleges and Universities.The p..
students were honored re-

cently in a banquet in the

Orange Room of the University -

Commons.In .
order to be nominated for

Who's Who students must have 4i

a cumulative average of 2.50

and are active in three or more
organizations on c amp u s.

They also must have 112 ,

quarter hours, displayed good '
citizenship qualities, andhave : R.
been residence at the univers-
Maxine Marie Stevenson,
for Barbara Jean Faison 11520
ity three quarters. ,
15820 NW 18th Ave., Opa-
Students announced by Dean, locka, daughter of Mr Wilbert SW 140th Ter., Miami,daugh-
of Students M. G. Miles for the Stevenson. Major Sociology.
ter of Mrs. Geraldine Lee.
1968-69 edition of the Who's Organizations: DeltaSig-

Who edition were: Barbara J. ma Theta orority, Foreign Major: Elementary Education.

Faison, Miami; Jacquelyn E. Language, Sociology Club, Organizations: Zeta Phi Beta Member Of
Peoples, Hollywood; Gilford Student Government Repre- Educa- Shirley Chisholm, Newest
Sorority Elementary
Robinson, Miami; Maxine M. sentative, Playmakers Guild,

Stevenson,.Opa"locka.Jacquelyn Women's Congress. tion Club, YWCA. ThetaRep.
_. .. "V,.. -- ... Sigma

r rI Shirley Chisholm (D. "is no road- for weaklings. service organization, follow

Duke Students Win African N.Y.), newest member of Delta Those who cannot summon up ing her luncheon? speech. (1 l tor

Sigma Theta, seen after her the courage and the staminato ) Catherine Alexander,
initiation into the Brooklyn travel along it will become founding member of the
I Ff Study ProgramDURHAM Alumnae Chapter. lost. For whatever is worthwhile Brooklyn Alumnae Chapter;

In a luncheon address atthe is worth working for, national officers Mrs Thelma
N. C.-DukeUni Founders' lun- and Daley, chairman, National
It was reached Saturday Chapter's Day sacrificing for struggling
\ versity promised Sunday to night at President Douglas M. cheon, following the initiation for." Projects Committee;and Mrs.
establish an AfricanAmerican Knight's house a few hours ceremonies, Rep. Chisholm Ph 0 e n e LeSesne, national
studies program. It apparently after about 800 students reminded her sister Deltas Above Rep. Chisholm chats treasurer; and Mrs. Patricia

is the first major marched there for an angry, that progress only comes with with members of Delta Sigma Rice Press, Delta Sigma
southern university to do so. shouting confrontation with courage and hard work. "The Theta, a national, predomi- Theta's Associate Executive

Climaxing a period of ten- him road to progress." she said, nantly Negro, women's public Director.
sion that saw police using tear
E gas and students marching on

the president's home, the university -
United Black StudentsDemonstrate
and black students an- 3 Miamians Make Straight"A"
E. people,5531 nounced agreement on the

Flaglers, Hollywood,daughter black studies program and
of Mr. and Mrs. Japhus Ferguson other issues. Average At FAMU At

Major, Elementary Leaders of the Student Afro-

Education. Organizations: American Society express TALLAHASSEE.. Of the is waivered the next quarterfor Basketball Game
Zeta phi Beta Sorority, satisfaction, although not all of 243 students making the honor students who make four-

YWCA, Elementary Education their demands were met in the roll at Florida A&M University point average.
SNEA. they had used. United Black students at reported that the organization's -
during the fall quarter, 22 Those students making a
Ml mi-Dade Junior College
The agreement was announced made a straight "A" average, four-point average are: BettyJ. request for recognitionby
6 From Dade to hundreds of applauding arcordimr to are I e a s e from Lester, Beverly T. Moss, North staged a demonstrationat the college was in the handsof
students in a campus the Office of Admissions and Jimmie L. Wilcox, Miami the Homecoming basketball Dr. Mary-Jeanette Taylor,
auditorium. Records. The registration fee Other students from Dade game last week in an effort to dean of Student PersonnelSer-

Finish BCCFifty .on the honor roll are: Elouise win recognition as an official vices. The Student Activities

Campbell, Princeton John campus organization.When Committee unanimously ap-
BethuneCookmanCollege Two Black Sailors On Pueblo ;
students qualified for Pryor, Eldred Mobley, all of blackHomecoming proved the organization Jan.
Opa-locka; Clarence Winfield, Queen Mary Young was pre- 21, two months after the In-
graduation during the first semester -
sented at midcourt at the half
'Valerie ter-Organizational Councilhad
Reveal OrdealNothing Charleston
ending January 24.The
the Blacks joined her and her
B a turned it down.
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelorof r gman, Willie Boynton,
Barbara Faison Court on the floor, raised
Science Degrees will be ever looked so good ,In the same issue is a word Verdell Gilford Robinson clenched fists and m a r c h e d The SAC approved the

conferred on the following stu- as the shoreline of the United portrait of Shirley Chisholm, Robinson, Taylor, Nancy off. Earlier, a number of the group, Dr. Taylor said, because -
dents May 26, 1969,according States to Willie Bussell and the first black congresswoman. Larry Davis, Phyllis Roker, group had sat through theStar "the additional periodof
to Harrison F.DeShields,reg- Harry Lewis, the two black Capital wits are already Lawrence Evelyn Bethune, Spangled Banner. observation showed that the

istrar and director of Admissions crew members of the spy ship saying Washington will never Taylor all Crawford of Miami., and Glen Earlier this week the cam- United Black Students was nota

Pueblo who were released be the same after the adventof pus newspaper, Falcon Times, disruptive force."
Dade Countians completing after 335 days as captives of the Brooklyn congresswo-

requirements were: Jacque- the North Koreans m?n.

line Lewis, Sociology, Opa- In' its March issue, Sepia Freshman congressmen are E.O.CULMERPublic

locka; Mildred C. Peters, So- magazine reveals the ordealof supposed to be seen and not Accountant = v iTT

ciology, Miami; Abraham J. these two men during those heard, but this was before _

Thomas, Miami, Sociology; horrible 335 days. Some of the Shirley made the scene. INCOME TAXNOTARY
Kenneth M. Muir, Business things they endured are still Already she's setting the capi-

Administration, Miami; classified military informa- tal on its ear. What she will do

Mattie Lee Johnson, Elem. tion, but this story reveals all next is any ody's guess,
Education, Opa-locka; and that can be published at this but it's a cinch she won't stay
Oleatha M. Poole, Elem.Edu- time. quiet. 633-3735

cation, Opa-locka. They were starved, beaten, These and many other inter- 5264 NW 24th AVE. : , .
threatened with death and sub- esting stories are to be foundin

Northwest jected to other forms of Orien- the March Issue of Sepia.
tal torture designed to breakdown .
po J
Center YWCAThe
their loyalty. I

boys in our Hob Nob In another exclusive story Jack's MEN'S WEAR ED DAVIS .
group and the girls in our Blue PRESIDENT
all between the SUNLIGHTLast
Triangles, "
of 9-12 forces 0
ages Joined
week in honor of Ne- FOR
last Saturday to take part in the
gro History Week,our current I
largest "Bake Sale" the event discussion concerned
Northwest Center has ever famous black Americans,they The Very Latest in Men" Fashions
had. Sears and Roebucks at I I
included HATS
: George W. Carver,
Northwest Shopping Center Jackie Robinson, Joe Louis, I' ITALIAN SHOES
was kind to CALL COLLECT NOW
enough provideour
and Dr. Martin L. King. We I
girls and boys with spaceto also listened to several rec-1 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA FOR THE BUY OF A
set up their wares. Anyone LIFETIME
ords about Negro History I
shopping at the center last Sat-
Thanks to those who attend-
urday could not have missed the ed our Valentine BeautyShow.We Pants Made In;; ASK FOR
YWCA kids and their cup hope you enjoyed it. Days MRS. M. THOMPSONADM.
cakes. We have several students ( ASST. TO

Starting this week our two going before the state board $1095 Up THE PRESIDENT)

groups of go-getters will be- this week, we wish them the ....
. DON'T .
gin their candy sale. If our best of luck.
children visit your house sel- { TODAY 'oJ5
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chocolate bars please do I ; v.
ling "
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not disappoint them. Profits LOOKING .: :('Cj t..
from the candy Is to replacethe FOR A JOB? i.t!

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ing and even featuring the ebony (black) interpre- Prestige Models in their Miami debut in an Afro o cock both not shown. Showing the "Do Your Own

tation of coiffeur and couture.Do Wig and fashion showing off creations by Nerval. Thing Fashions" for entertaining or lounging. We

not let it be said that Miami is not among The models, multi-talented in their individual will expect to greet and seat you in the Everglades

the leaders. We are saying it loud, we're black and lives, from left to right: Beverly Barnwell, Sharron Room at the New Everglades Hotel in downtown

we're proud. The Neon-Ta Social Club, in conjunc- Cooper, Tad Lou Everett, Joseph Nichols, AIJustice Miami, Friday, Feb. 21 at 9 p.m.
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I Dept. Seeks Block lawyersWASHINGTON j Miami Ads Don Cost I

They Pay
The Justice new deputy attorney general, cratic record on employmentof all have opted for higher-pay !
Department is seeking to recruit said that he will place Negro Negro attorneys lag: Jobs in private firms. w
more Negro lawyers but in.charge' of all lawyer recruiting "After all of the liberal SB*,* * * * * * * *.* *'*_* *",
is having trouble recruiting a for the Justice Dept. breast beating by the Democratic ..
Negro recruiter. The purpose, he said,is to improve Administration, they .J .. *
Richard c Kleindienst, the on the "dismal"Demo- hired only 70 Negro lawyersand .. ,. .. *
-- 40 of those were in U.S. : "" *
attorneys' offices across the I ,'i"f; *
Plans Set For Welfare country," Kleindienst said, in I r------,,,. \\i4 New name... *
an interview. There are 2,140 *
lawyers in the Justice Department 1"1" *
March On Capitol :i :
His recruiting effort has en- New facilItIes..RT" l *
Welfare rights supporters The plans call for candle- countered an early hitch thus _
Sunday agreed at Tampa to light ceremonies, picketing at far he has been unable to landa iCiC
stage a march on Tallahasseeand the state's Capitol and state- Negro recruiter, despite a
go before the 1969 legislative wide memorial services on $20,000-a-year salary offer. New spirit of banking
session to lobby for Good Friday honoring the me- So far he has talked to a ;
more liberal welfare laws. mory of Dr. Martin Luther half dozen black lawyers In
King Jr. the 27-35-year age group,and service/ to the ;
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large demonstration," said t
the Rev. Bernard Lafayette, t
program director of the At- i
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tian Leadership Conference. ,l.,,,1. '.

At the invitation of the
Florida Welfare Rights orga-
nization, Lafayette and some '1
50 other supporters welfare e
reform spent two days in Tam-
pa discussing plans for the
march and a legislative program
they hope will be passed.

The Miami delegation will iCiC
be led by EOPI Attorney John :
Due and Mrs. Homllee Hunter : dull aI r tf .. '
and Mrs. Gladys Taylor. ..

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fL.t.. _ _ _ _ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969 19 j
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I Father Clarke. C.I! b -ates..20th Anniversary.. Monday 1 ,HOLY NAMED REDEEMERLovely MISS a

Ii Regenia McNeal a
Father Elisha Salathiel School West Palm ,
Beach now
Flag as being the most out- ninth student at North-
In 1956 he became vicarof
Clarke, Jr. will celebrate his Roosevelt High School and Be- ,
Twentieth Anniversary to the thune-Cookmiu Colla.p\ Di/. standing student. He attendedthe the Church of.the Incarnation -. western Senior High school,
Bishop PayneDivinity Miami, then located at was crowned Miss Holy Redeemer -
Priesthood on Monday, Feb. tom Beach, then a two'year
24, St. Matthias Day at the college.In School, Petersburg, Virginia, 1701 NW 69th St. Under his CYO-1969 during its I LI
now merged with the Virginia third annual Coronation Ball.
Church of the Transfiguration, 1945 he received his leadership, the church was relocated -
Theological Seminary, Alex- The affair was held February
to its present site
Opa-locka, at 8 p.m. bachelor of arts degree fromSt. ,
andria, Virginia, where he received 15 at Holy Redeemer Parish
The Rev. Clarke was bornin Augustine's College 1835 NW 54th Street. In Au- ,
Miami on July 30, 1921. He Raleigh, North Carolina where, a Bachelor of Divinity gust 1962, he became vicarof Hall. Sharing honors with Re-

is a graduate of Indus trial High he received the St.Augustine's Degree.On The Church of the Trans- genia were Cheryl Edwards,
June 27, 1948,he was ordained figuration, Opa-locka, where first runner-up and Lovette
J!f fo the Diconte< at St. services, were being held at Me Gill, second runner-up,

WHERE THEY MEET Patrick's Episcopal Church, Cook's Kindergarten.Becauseof 11
West Palm Beach. on June 30,
the -of the
growth congre-
gation, they moved to Rain-
PERSONNEL WORKERS I Julia R. Smith of Fort Pierce. bow Park Elementary School WARRANT IS
: They have three children,Sheila -
Institute Ala. Auditorium.
Tuskegee February 16-19,1969 Coleen at AMENDEDThe
a sophomore
On August 7, 1964. the day
Dr. Victor D. Starlard of Arkansas
A. M. & N. CollegeIn St. Augustine's College, Eli-
Pine Bluff, Arkansas will after the Feast of the Transfiguration Metro Commission has
greet some 1.25.delegates sha Salathiel, HI, a senior and
ana ;zs guests to the MidFebruary Alison Trinette, a 10th graderat the congregationmoved amended its minimum hous-
meeting of the National Association fi Carol City Sr. High. On Into Its present new ing code on procedures for ob- MISS HOLY REDEEMERwho
of Personnel Workers. edifice. He was ordained to taining search warrants to inspect -
3 July 1, he became Deacon In are students at Notre
Headquarters for the four-day both Diaconate and Priesthoodby dwellings for code vio-
charge of Saint Matthew'sChurch Dame Academy.Regenia is the
conclave the Right Rev. Henry l
will be Tuskegee Institute lations.
and adjacent terri- Louttlt D.D. Bishop of the diocese after no- daughter of Mr and Mrs Jlm-
In Tuskegee, Alabama. Inspectors, giving
tories this included five
McNeal Sr.
g Founded at Howard Universityin churches. of South Florida, a lifelong tice to property owners,now ,
1954, NAPW friend. for the warrants In
serves as a pro- may apply 1
On February 24, he was ordained -
fessional agency for the collection circuit, criminal or peace Justice '
to the Priesthood at St. During his ministry he was
of Information for discussion courts,
and scientific study of problems Matthews' Church, Delray director of the First Negro 41I1 :1!i1i
Beach. In 1953 he became
Episcopal Camp of the Dio-
pertaining to administration
personnel '
and personnel ser vicar In charge of St. James' cese of South Florida at Camp spent his entire ministry in RSCRAYKAIRIUWI '
vices for students. Church, Tampa, and priest in Rocky Pine, Princeton, serv- the Diocese of South Florida. :
M Dr. Victor D. Starlard I charge of Saint Augustine's ed on the Department of Mis- He is a member of the Alpha ?::2=IS HAIR IN WK1KE I
) Q<' Church. St. Petersburg. sions of the Diocese. He has Phi Alpha Fraternity. \. :J/t., 1 "Itll"'U"U

It takes a lot more to make a swinging commercial I


Have you ever stopped to think about what really w v "

goes into the production of an appealing: interesting, '""--,,,, >'t
entertaining and informative, or "HIT" radio commercial i ,. ri
I? Maybe you have not been overly interested, but a q '

recent recording session for commercials involving two r ., ""
of the nation's most successful entertainers raised ,$0

some curiosity.For v
the first time in the history of recording, ,
Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin combined their talentsfor I 11..4, ..: _
a recording-a radio commercial for Coca-Cola < 1.\\ ,
J Y p4 k0
in Ray's RKM International Studios in Los Angeles, ;<1.
Prior to the two 3-hour recording sessions, Y 3it' "AINtLk.

Coca-Cola USA and its agency, McCann-Erickson, put .4L@ F, L .
in six months of planning, writing and arranging the !'

two duets and singles by Franklin and Charles. x
The planning stage involved selection of material

writers, arrangements and artists. Many piecesof es1s+
material by more than 15 writers were rejected before a
the four sets of lyrics and melodies were chosen. The jL I

writers finally selected were Roger Cook and Roger n.. .. ......m.m..................m.... _mm............n_ __0000_"_'''''' . moo... ___,,' _"'_'m'm""_'"'' II I
Greenway, from England, Neil Diamond and Rosemary After many months of planning and writing commercials, the Shown above (leFt to right) are:Bill Backer,creative director, I
artists discuss the individual and detailed points of the arrangementsprior Billy Davit, musical director, both or McCann-Erickson: and Rent Hall,
McCoy.During to the recording session. Shown are (left to right): Billy Davis, arranger and band director, discussing torn of the technical aspects I
the first session, the artists got the "feel"of musical director, McConn.Erkkson; Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. of an arrangement for one of the commercial
the material, and the arrangers tried to put the
material In the "style" of the artists with discussions, xp
brief rehearsals and dry-runs, as it is known in the tr' is
business. Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin carefully t ( I Ii Ii
reviewed the material with the arrangers Rene Hall

and Sidney Celler.To .
perform the full musical score, a combined

orchestra of 34 musicians was used for the commer x n f. '
cials. The 18-piece horn and rhythm section was the Pr -

Ray Charles Orchestra, directed by Hall. The "string"
section was directed by Celler. Ray and Aretha also 4s

used their regular background singing groups.A .
radio commercial requires a good deal more

effort on the part of the artists, musicians, writers and
technicians, than is usually required for producing a ..
popular "hit" recording. The commercial must have all

of the qualities of a hit song yet retain a sales message f
without destroying either. A natural situation in which k9 "'yY v < t s ,y e ; A;
the product is used or consumed-a popular soft drinkin
this case-has to be built into the commercials.The .
simple "singing jingle" is on the way out.

Business and industry have responded to consumer .j. >,,
demands and interests by developing new products and .) ,,"IIf. ..

new means of promoting products.As IV' ,',''' ,
i--\ '
a result, when a commercial is heard on radio, :

your thoughts may be the same thoughts of many .... .<'<,>!> ...-. "
recording artists, as they listen to their material. Commercials, when recorded by wellknown artists, must Immediately' before the actual recording begins, Sidney
"That would make a great hit record if it were not a ref,'ect their own distinctive artistry. Ray Charles (right) Is shown Caller, arranger and director, rehearses his orchestra for,musical detail.After I
commercial." explaining his views on vocal styling to Rene Hall, (left) arranger, and .
Billy Davis, musical director, McCannErickson.s .




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commercials..ln the (Ml), 'In i "dry-run" of She wrnn :W (left to tight) Aretha Franklin Ray Charles and Billy,Dnvis- ,os o
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..._ _ h_MIAMI.TIMES....,. .., .Friday, February 21, 1969 21 :

No Communications.Gap :.'rwMS:',::i/i a ;y 'zA (
H'A144' li
Fisher Hiah
At Jr.
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IQ MM. ---\I--
Thursday at 9 a.m. a meet- day; (2) possible book holderfor .
M.l-. ing of SFAC took place in the students waiting for bus at "'S t
office of the principal. SFACStudentFacultyAdministra the school bus stop; ((3) prob-
( lems of materials ,(lumber, ,
tion Communications) meets etc) and machines in the school f
regularly to go over problems shop; ((4)) individualized and '>
of the student body and to Just programmed learning(teach- !it.-. \ '.
have an exchange of ideas and er's role along with student's
comments. This committee is responsibility) ; (5)) physical
an arm of the Student Council. condition of the Fisher gym;
Meeting with the students, (6) group help for"troubled"
besides the principal, Mr. youngsters at Fisher. 1' 1
Martin Kavanaugh were Dr. It is the belief of the school
Norman Enteen, guidance; administration that efforts ,
\ Mrs. Elizabeth Teller,administration such as this that lead better \
Mr. Rudolph communication and interac- :
'- -' -- ;
Barber, administration; Mrs. tion between the students ", ( '
Dick Strait, an inspector from the County Grace Abrams, faculty. stu- faculty and administration ':W b':
Health Department and George Smith, Community dents on the committee are: help, a school develop sensi- : ;:;
Organizer of Economic Opportunity Program Inc. Mitch Kaplan, Joan Harrell, ble and,workable proceduresfor ,
Larry Backer, Lori Schmidt, maximum educational ef- '"'I
are playing a very important role in finding the different Yasmin Davis, philipHelpern, fectiveness. ,'.
violations and enforcing their correction. Valerie Reyna,David Sims and ''
Larry Brown. Liberty City Elem ''',
The civic group that started the whole move- SI.
Topics covered by this com- Last week, under the prin- \
ment is Coconut Grove Cares, Inc. Citizens and ,
munications meeting ((1)) of A f SaR
; cipalship Mrs. Mary Ford
other groups in Coconut Grove, are taking a per scheduling of student pro Williams and the chairman-
sonal interest now in how their community looks. grams based on seven period ship of Mary Hylor, Liberty
City Elementary launched its
"kick-off" series on "Negro +
"" N' History and Culture." fc
s J
--. _,,_.:"< t'l.--r' '.. It was decided that throughout -
"" << ".,. ."'-. the weeks one Negro would c ;
.:;. .
-: :: ....:::1/- be honored.Each week one Ne- i
gro would be selected as the xk
focus point. The following ob- *
jectives were set for accomplishing -
during the recognitionof
the Negroes;((1))To acquaint
the citizens with the originsof T>
America's Negroes, and to
acquaint the city with the con-
tributions made by Negroes. JItV _.......,.....;;M'iGf' .
(2)) To identify some of the As an outgrowth of Negro History Week celebration

basic problems facing black at C.R.Drew Elementary School, the social

Americans. studies committee is planning to present an Afri-
((3) To acquaint students with
can American Extravaganza, showing fashionsof
the fact that racism results
tribal dress and the
from contacts with others; new Afro-American styles.
hence, it is necessary to ad- Shown Is Miss Mary Bivens, a second grade
i just behavior to meet the needs teacher at Drew, modeling a dress of the Yoruba
and laws dictated by laws,and tribe. "
rules of >\\
regulations. ,
'" \
During Negro history Week,

Feb. 10-14theschool the following activities sponsored -: Drew Elementary Highlights:

(1)) Overall direction, per February 10 14 was cele Interest exhuberated from
teacher, students, of the brated as Negro History Week. all students from Headst rt to
HOUSESIn ,I rooms, inclusive of bulletin At Charles R. Drew Elemen- '5th' grade, thus ,motivating a
GROVE REMOVING ABANDONED boards and doors. tary many individual classes year round plan of study dealIng -

the black community of Coconut Grove, old buildings that have been (2)) Dally, guest speakers provided special units of studyon with historical backgrounds -
during the opening exercise. Black History. During that of the Black race.
Percival Avenue
abandoned are being removed. This building at 3670 (3)) Discussion, student week many re-nowned members The special Social Studies
been burned out since last year and is still standing. The building waslefl t r wise, of the contributions of the Black community, Committee which ,organized
open, where children could easily get in and get hurt. This and other such mada by famous Negroes. appeared at assemblies and during pre-planning, was formulated -
buildings have all kindsof garbage and trash lying aroundeven old refrigerators (4)) A general cafetorium seminars t o share their ex. to draw up plans for
presentation of a skit by some periences. An exhibit was dis- integrating contributions of
with doors still on them. famous Negro. played and elaborated upon the Negro Into American his-
This week this building is being torn down. It is owned by A. H. Adams, (5)) Presentation of a playat dealing specifically with Afri- tory program. An interesting

who has contracted the Gregg Tractor Company for the removal. the monthly PTA meeting. can artifacts. outgrowth being made to pre-
sent a dual presentation en-
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FRANKLIN'S CARPEr STANLEY DRUGSYOUR ganza.titled,""African This affair Extrava-will be

22ND AVENUE March 11, and will include
all,children, displaying fash-
SPECIALIZING IN RUG SALES & CLEANING : ,ions, songs, and dances enveloping -
8690 N, W 22 Ave .

Again 13
on March ,at 8 p.m.
FREE,ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL 696-9133 OR 635-3641 an adult program will be presented
24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE ; in all its splendor.The
i program tu'r : models
from the faculty"'wbo fill show
.r fashions from somc.a1the< :
,African tribes, such as;Uban-
; gl, Masai, ZuluAshantiSwa- r,
hills and Yoruba;;Also featured -
will be, original:,African
tI I songs and dances"executed by
groups:\from. the:community.The .
w jl latter affair is"designed

with the residents .of. 'Miami
S*> yy in mind. ;

It is urged that all interested -
% A/ HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner persons who wish to participate -
1 as patrons in the souvenir
4M f FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY booklet to 'please submit
names to any member of the
faculty or student body of theCharles
R. Drew Eelementary
Drugs COSMETICS family,'or you may contact the
school by telephone 6918021or
41ii GREETING CARDSMON. by writing to the school at

1775 NW 60th St., Miami,Fla.
THRU FRI. 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 33142. Donation $1.00.

Jacquelyn F.: Anthony, is
SUN. 1-5 P.M. "
publicity chairnun; Vivian
I Nome A'SMILE" White is coordinator and
We Car.- Brand Carpeting "SERVICE. WITH Charlotte F. Clark Is princi

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-22 THE. MIAMI TIMES. Friday. February 21. 1969
Mrs. Albert ha Turner
IN MEMORIAMIn RANGEMrs. formerly of 353 NW 6thSt.,

loving of Carrie Bell Greenof died Feb. 16, at Baptist

[ CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSCARD .... memory.. .. ,.,I"' 3838 NW 17th Ave., died Hospital. She Is survivedby
t b sister Annie Goff; two granddaughters,. Elaine

_.--- aunts and an uncle. Services Sands, Marsha and Patricia

OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe A CARD OF THANKSWe were held Tuesday at Turner; four grandsons and
I the Refuge Church of Our 15 great grandchildren.

family of the lateROBERT family of the late the family of the late Lord, Jesus Christ. Services were held Wed-

1 'who departed this life Dec.22, MATTHEW SANFORD JR. Willie W. Terry better nesday in the chapel.
S I 71 M 1968, acknowledges with deep wish to express our' sincere known as Jim Terry, of

appreciation the kindnesses thanks for,, those who helped to 6601 NW 29th Ave., died
shown us during our bereave- ease our burden during our 1M;: Feb. 12, at Jackson Hospital James Coleman, Jr. of
ment. Thanks to all who sent 140 NW 10th St., Apt. 22
bereavement.Your ', .. D. He is survived by a
died Feb. 13. He is survived
flowers cards ', -
kind deeds willalW'ysbe son J. W.; two daughters,
etc. Special thanks to the remembered. \; : : Gertha Mae Holland and by his wife, Ruby and
friends and neighbors of NW thanks to Mt. Car- 12 mother Viola. Serviceswere
Special Betty J. Terry; grand-
65th Street. The names are too mel Baptist Church, Principal children; two brothers; six held Wednesday in
numerous to mention. May God Faculty and Student body of sisters. Services were held the chapel., Remains were
bless shipped Thursday to St.
you. Phyllis Wheatley Douglas in the
.-: _' \0' Monday chapel. Petersburg, Fla. for final
The FamilyIN Elementary, NorthwesternSr.High WILLIE SCOTT Mrs. Gussie Steele of rites.
Miami JacksonSr.High
Mount, Zion Child Opportunity, who departed: this life Feb. 23, 1911 NW 76th St.,died Feb
11 at Jackson Manor Nurs-
MEMORIAM Center and parent Associa- 1968. Willie Collins of 415 NW
not We ing. She is survived by
tion. The U r ban League De- Gone, forgotten. three sisters and Ninth St., died Feb. 11 at
1091 3rd love you, but God loves you many is
'k' velopment N.W. his residence. He sur-
best. nieces and nephews. Ser
------ '
1 I venue, Jackson Memorial vices were held Friday, in vived by a brother Abrams
L. CLARK Messenger Service (Central Wade; a nephew Edward
the chapel.
The Pinkard Scott
would like to use this methodto Building) and the Northside Muldrow and a brotherinlaw. -
thank the many friends,who Funeral Home. Warren Families Mrs Emma Taylor of Irvin. Services were

showered 'us with telegrams 6153 NW 21 Ave.,died Feb. held Thursday, 1 p.m. In

floral arrangements, cards, Sincerely 13. She is survived by her the chapel.

kind words and other expres-' Mr. and ,Mrs. Matthews San- IN MEMORIAMIn husband, Oliver; three sons

sions of sympathy during our ford Sr. and Family sad buy loving memoryof George, Hayward and
recent bereavement. These 1130 NW 2nd Ave. 'Aprt. 4 our dear son and brother Oliver. Remains were Mrs. Effie Mae Butts of
expressions were typical of Miami Florida shipped to Cairo, Georgia.Mrs. 190 NW 19th St., died Feb.

those human traits to which Louise Jaudon of 15. She is survived by two
dedicated his nieces and two nephews anda
our loved one
/ 638 SW 10th Ave.. Home-
Y ly'I' I Ivl
life.It stead, died Feb. 12 at her dear friend Willie White.
would jje, Impossible to CARD OF THANKSThe residence. She is survivedby Services were held thurs-

thank everyone personally,but a daughter Barbara; one day, 3 p.m. In the chapel.

special thanks must be given tc .---....---- family of the late son Eugene and a brother
the pastor, 'assistant pastor,
LUCY CALLOWAYwho Earl Davis. Remains were
officers'and members of the' lM PA I I Mrs. Annie Holland of
departed this life Feb. 19 shipped to BrunswIck,Ga.,
Greater Bethel AME Church, 1968. for services. 1332 NW 1st Ave., #24 died
all of n She Is survivedby
Including the various What peaceful hours I once > recently.
clubs' and organizations, Rev. enjoyed. ..rTHOMAS a daughter RosemaryJess
Harold ,Long, Rev. James, How sweet the memory still IN MEMORIAMIn ; a mother Ella Pat-
Cash William Wash- terson four sisters
Rev. ; Shug
But they have left an aching
ington, Mrs. Evelyn Camp void ."... .- '.."",,,..E l". sad, but .loving memory Patterson, Bertha Robin-
bell,' the Booker T. Washington The world can never fill. s. tr jf my dear father, son, Dr. ,Ethel Patterson
family, and the American JR. PVT JAMES ALVIN and Gracie Sanders; seven
and 4 who departed: this life Feb. brothers
Legion Auxiliary.Last The Galloway Family JOHNSON Leroy, Ulysses,
but certainly not least, 23, 1955 who departed this life Feb. Gus, George, Theodore,

our, heartfelt thanks are extended , l'm! 1967. Allen and Wesley. Services
,to Mrs. Athalie Range IN MEMORIAMIn Sunset and evening star In our hearts there will will be held Friday 4 p.m.
and staff of the Range Funeral And one clear ,call for me, 'in the chapel.
always remain a In
sad and loving thought "
Home.Mrs.. memoryof CHARLES 'BULTER And 'may there be no moaning
which love will
be. Fora
our beloved husband and
at the barWhen
wish to our sincere
express soldier who dedicated his life
brother Mrs. Edith Charlton of
Theresa H. Clark thanks to the Rev. C. J. Bur- I put out to sea. for the work of God. "We love
and FamilyIN .ml. ";t ,,.1 ney and the New Providence 1m but Jesus loveshimbest'Ve 1720 NW 4th Ct., Apt. 8,
Missionary Baptist Church, Mrs. Mary Cash, mother bid died Feb. 13, at Jackson
The House of Albert Funeral Mrs. Mildred Dames, sister you farewell. Hospital. She Is survivedby
MEMORIAMIn two daughters
i Frances
thanks to the
Home. Special Sigfrid N. Johnson, son and Smith and Miss Dorothy
loving memory ofESTHER friends and neighbors of 63rd
HOUSE OF ALBERT Family Charlton; two sons Samuel
I Street and 11th Avenue. Also
all who sent flowers tele- Tommy; eight grand
Copeland A. Dean of 21340 children; two great grand-
: grams, cards and who shared S.W. 119th Ave. Goulds, died Jessie Jenkins of 515 S.W. children and two sisters.
IIARTHUR- ,,' with us in any way during our .3rd Terr JMH'He
Wednesday February 12th. He passed at Services will be held Fri-
\' hour of bereavement.Mrs. is survived by his wife,Arthur Is survived by his wife, Ernes- day, 4 p.m. at Berea Trinity
K .y.t Mae. three daughters. 'tine Arrangements are in- Church.
Sarah Bulter, wife Barbara, Terry and Gwenwnynfive <(:omplete.Mrs. ,
and Family
sons, Alexander,C lit on,
Lionel Fredrick and .
Darryl.His Lillle Kate Washing-
THANKSThe father Copeland Dean Sr., |ton:: of 2021 NW 64th Street */ Robert Anthony Wilsonof
a sister Princella both of 3302 NW
family of the late 4 I died at JMrI Monday, Feb.
8 L. JONES Nassau, Bahamas. Arrange- Feb. 17. He is survived by
MR. MARSHALL M. FORDof j 17th. She is survived by her
who departed this life Feb. Apalachicola, Florida wishto ments are Incomplete. j I husbandRobertfourdaughters his parents Mr. and Mrs.

22, 1966. Mrs. Alice Calloway 1306 Wright Wilson; three brothers
express our thanks to each i Georgia, Cherry,
0. SANDERS., Your gentle face and individual (too numerous to NW 67th Street died February ;]Mattie and Andrea,Four sons, and one sister and

who departed this life, Feb. patient smile with sadness.We mention), churches, clubs, 13th. She is survived by one ;J Major: Hallman, Harry, Anthony grandparents. Serviceswere
18 1968 recall you had a kindly National Council of Negro Women brother, James and a sister |: three sisters, Mag- held; Thursday, 4:30:

t word for each and died belovedby of Greater Miami,Exclusive Mazie. Graveside services |jaret, Bertha, Bennie Lou. p.m. in the chapel.

"I cannot say and I will not all thy voice is still that Ten Club, Eastern Stars, were held Monday at Lincoln ,Arrangements are incompleteit

say that she Is dead. She Is love us well and true. Ah bit Heriones of Jericho, Lilly Memorial Pit: k. ; this time.
ter was the trial to part from Mrs. Betty Jean Free-
Whites LifeAssurance
Just away. With a cherry smile Mrs. Emma Ruth Cave of
and a wave of the hand,she has one so good as you. Co., and others for your 17243 S.W. 101 Ave died Mon- Mrs. Annie Francis John- man of 1435 NW 60th St.

wandered into an unknown flowers, telegrams, cards, day February 10th.She Is survived 'I son of 235 NW 6th Street diedit Apt. 6, died Feb. 18. She

land; and left us dreaming how Kathleen L. Jones, wife personable deeds of thought- by her husband, Earnest JMH Friday February 14th is survived by her parents

r very fair its needs must be Lancelot Jones, brother fulness during our darkest three daughters, Emma, Mary \)She is survived by two sisters, Mr. and Mrs. RefortAllen;;

since she lingers there." hours of bereavement. All and Ann. Three sons, two ]Mollie, Carrie, five neices, four children Harry, Al-

THANK YOUI of these deeds brought to us a sisters, Rebecca and Adline, ]Dorothy, Rathie, Betty,Annie fonso, Celefena and Sharona

Sadly missed take this method to expressmy ray of sunshine. three brothers. Services were and Tommie. Four nephews, brother; six sisters and

Grace.. P. Smith, daughter deep and sincere gratitudeto Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. conducted Monday Kerr MoC(C Gus: Jim m I c, Charles and grandfather Reford Allen,
the many friends and neigh- (Cornelia L.) Glenn, brother- morial Chapel in Perrine. 'John. Services will be conducted Sr. Arrangements are in-

bors for their kindnessesshown in-law and sister Saturday at 1:00 p.m. complete.

CARD OF THANKS me during the illness Earl F. and Alma Ford, son Mrs. Ma mye Hammonds of j In the Liberty City Chapel.

and death of my sister, Mrs. and sister 2295 NW 155th Street Opa-
rhe' family t of I the late Alice Callaway. I pray God's Mr. and Mrs. Mal (Barkra) locka, died at JMH, Thrusday James Alexander of 2021 NW RICHARDSON

TURPIA INGRAHAMwho choicest blessings on you all Doles, Miami February 13th. She is sur- I 66th' Street died Wednesda;,
MRS. and many thanks.M. Mrs. Sadye Ford, Apalachicolo vived by her husband, Abra- ]february 12th at JMH. Services -

departed this ,life Jan. Balfour of the House of Fla., wife ham, a daughter, Prudence were held Tuesday, at Mrs. Eunice T. Moss of 20-
Mrs. Albeta Bowan Jackson- (he: 25 NW 69th Terrace died Feb.
1969 wishes to Balfour. three uncles, and one aunt.j Liberty City Chapel. Remains -
their, feelings of gratitude and ville and Miss Sharon Bowan, Services were held Monday at were shipped to Monti- 13 in Cedars of Lebanon Hos-

sincere appreciation in our daughter and granddaughter First Baptist Church at ello: Ga. for burial. His survivors -, pital. Survivors include a husband -

!hours of sorrow, special IN MEMORIAMIn Mr. and Mrs. James Otis An- Bunche Park. include two brothers Hela; a cousin Faustina.
thony, Macon, Ga., son and. and three sisters. Funeral services will be con-
thanks to neighbors; ,the Range of Mrs. Ethelene Gilchrist of ducted
loving memory our daughterinlawMrs. Thursday February 20
for their
Funeral home ser
dear mother Lessie D. Bell and sons 1285 N.W. 71st Terrace djedin Mrs. Willie Mae Holmes of at 10:30 a.m. ,in St. Agnes
vices, Rev. Me Call, many MRS. BEATRICE M. Evansville, Ind., sister and her home mday,February :L 1300 N.W. 41st Street died Church with Fater Lambert
\ friends who offered their con- BETHELwho nephews' Mrs. Gussie L. 9th. She is survived by three ]February 9th while attending Sands officiating.

dolences by flowers, cards, departed this life Feb. Lewis, sons and daughter of''sons, Willie Cook,Donald,and e and cars God l la
telegrams 19, 1968. Thomasville, Washington Alfred. Two daughters,Louise include two sons, Andrew Dorell T. Dorsett of 643 NW
h'e 'J .\.J: )i'l.. Rest In peace. D. C.and Atlanta Georgia anda and Loretta. Services were and Billy. Services were 48th Street died February 17

," .r .. .fr- The Bethel, Hanna, Jones andStirrup host of ,cousins and, other held at Drake Memorial l leld Monday at the First Born Funeral arrangements areinII -

JkJ i"1TFamilyb families. relatives.. Baptist Church. .c<:hurch_ _ _, '_ lete,at phis ti3! ,__.

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Klzzie Smith of SOCIAL r 't "r YI sEUURIT MYYk, Y

11863 SW 213 St., Goulds, "gipo toolo o. WHAT YOU'VE GOT COMING
died Feb. 14. Services will
be heldThursday,2:30p.m.from I JOHN Q FROM SOCIAL SECURITY

the Church of Christ
Written in Heaven, Goulds. FOR SDCIAI tF n IIMPYYtf YN a wYO
She is survived by her husband -
Joseph; one daughter
Annie L. Porter; three sis-
ters one brother and one About one million elderly in signing up pay a premiumthat
niece. people are being given another is 10 percent higher for
Vance Eppins of 3574 chance to take advantage of each full year that they could ? N tF I
William Avenue, Coconut the important voluntary doc- have been enrolled, but were .I.If
tor bill insurance under Medi-
Grove, died Feb. 15, at the not.There
Hialeah Nursing Home. He care, if they sign up by April are numerous storiesin
is survived by his wife 1. our files which show that,
Annie Mae, one niece, one Close to 800,000 people beyond the overwhelming sta- $
nephew.: Services will be received letters last month tistics, the voluntary doctor
held Thursday at 10 a.m. reminiding them of the April bill Insurance has made an
1 deadline. But another 200-
in the chapel. important difference in the
000 persons, 65 and over,who quality of life for older peo- .Y ,
David Miller of 10230 have not signed up for this ple. Many who would have been I
SW 178th St., Perrine died Important supplementary charity patients are getting NEGRO MANUFACTURERS EXPAND. Officials of the Cannolene Com-

Feb. 17,at home.He is sur- tection, vUl not be getting let- first class care.For those who pony of Atlanta, discuss expanding production schedules and advertising
vived by his wife Caretha ters. We do not have current have not needed to use their plans for the company's line of hair beauty aids and thenew "Mystery of Black"
Miller five children, father addresses for them since they
;one sister,ten nephews have not applied for social medical gives insurance peace, the of mind protection ,- line, with J. H. Swon, Woolworth buyer. In the picture left to right are Canno-

and nieces. Services, security benefits or for the the knowledge that a serious lene's Robert 0. Cannon president; Robert Lewis, advertising director ;

are incomplete. hospital insurance part of illness will not mean financial Woolworth's J.. H. Swon and William R. Giles of East Orange, N. J.; manu-

Gabriel Anderson 3476 Medicare. disaster.Community. facturer's representative. (NPI Photo).
Hibiscus St., Coconut Because we have no way of
Grove, died Feb. 14, at getting in touch with these people
Jackson Hospital. He is directly, I am appealing
sons and daughters to make Clean-Up
survived by his wife Carrie
Bell one brother Carey sure that their parents sign up
; for -locka of Now is the time for all
Anderson. Services will be supplementary doctor bill Ox> Branch good
held Saturday, 4 p.m. atSt. insurance if they want the pro- NAACP plans a Community men to come to the aid of their
Mary's Baptist Church. tection. Friends are asked to Clear-up Drive. The removalof communities. Therefore,if you
remind the older people with j Junk cars in residentialareas are a n owner of a Junk car,
Services for Gaddis whom they come in contact that is the main objective of take measures to remove or
Moore of 14521 Jefferson the current open enrollment this program. have it removed. For the civil
Dr. Richmond Heightswho period will end March 31. Mr. Rutherford Poole, minded citizen, report any
died Feb. 11, were held The purpose of the open enrollment chairman of the Community cars in your neighborhood to
Monday from the Church of period .. the first Coordination Committee, Mr. Poole, 15941 NW 18th
the Living God in Florida 3 months of each year .. is to hopes this project will be Ave., or to the Department of
City. He Is survived by his give those who missed out on beneficial to Improve the ap-- Zoning. And you can be assured -
wife Viola; five daughtersand previous opportunities an- pearance of our neighbor- actions will be taken.
five grandchildren.Mrs. other chance to sign up. But hoods. The removal of the Junk Thanking you in advance for

Emma Ross of 3452 you cannot sign up at all if you cars will not only make our your cooperation. . t''t _
Thomas Ave. Coconut wait more than 3 years after communities clean and beautiful -1

Grove died Feb. 11, at the your first opportunity.Soper- for but will make them safe NEW BETHLEHEM : w.;" :::_. .. _,.. .-.. '"_
sons who were born October our children.
Cedars Lebanon Hospital. -
Services were held 1, 1901 or earlier and who do BAPTIST
Monday from St. Mary's not enroll will not have an- CARD OF THANKSThe CORPORATION MANAGERS James H. Blow

Baptist Church. Amongher other chance to sign up. Thisis family of the late (right) new general manager of ,the Rochester '"

survivors are one sister also the last enrollment MISS EMMA WOODSIDE'' (N.Y.) Business Opportunities Corporation (RBOC),
Mrs. Sweetie M. Sales of opportunity for people who who passed away in Manhattan, receives instructions from his predecessor, JohnL.
were enrolled but
Blakely, Georgia. droppedout New York wish to express our
January 1, 1967,or before. to Blake. Blow was a senior engineer at Xerox
thanks and
appreciation our
Eddie B. Williams of About 19.7 million people friends for cards tele- corporation. Blake, who guided the organization that
3843 Percival Ave, many
Coco- 65 and over -- Just about businesses through its
nut grams and words of consola- works to develop inner-city
Jackson died Feb.Services 8, at everyone in that age group -- tion in our hours of sorrow, in first year, has joined the Marine Midland i I Trust
are eligible for hospital bene- fl Ha;
were held Tuesday at 11 fits under Medicare. Some the passing of our sister and company as an assistant secretary. RBOC grew froma

a.m. from the chapel. He 18.6 million of these persons aunt.May plan submitted by Eastman Kodak company in

is survived by his wife have also signed up for the rest God's richestblessings all. November, 1967. Already 34 businesses have re-
Lee three brothers upon you
and Mary two sisters.; ; medical Insurance which helps ceived loans, loans to 18 others are under final I

pay doctors' and surgeons'expenses Mr. Percy Woodside, consideration, and 52 others are being reviewed.
Services for Mrs. Rosa and a wide variety of
brother and the Cleare sales of the 34 businessesare
Lee Barr of 21603 SW 115 other medical expenses. In The potential first-year
Ave., Goulds, were held on 1967 medical insurance help- Family reported at more than $4 billion. (NPI photo).

Tuesday at 2 p.m. from ed pay some 26 million medi- LOT FOR SALE Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
the chapel. She is survivedby cal bills and in 1968, another Sister L. Prince Scott will
her mother Mrs.Ida Anderson 33 million bills, mainly for Next We buy to 1152 Homes NW&41t Land St. be honored with an apprecia- >et
and three nieces. physician services. Ned Monty? tionprogram, Feb. 24, at8 R
The medical insurance partof Call Baron: p.m. at Bethlehem Baptist
Mrs. Leola Holloway of Medicare is financed half 538.1340 Church, 420 NW 40th Street.
160 NW 11th Ter., #1, Miami from the monthly premiumspaid '
died Feb. 18, at her by the older persons en-
residence. She is survivedby rolled and half out of general
one son J.C., two daughters federal revenues. So the pro--
Daisy Atkins and Bea- tection is worth twice the
trice; three grandchildrenseven amount of the premium the so
great grandchildrenand older person pays. The basic r
13 great grands. Ser premium rate is $4 a month,
vices are incomplete. but older people who are late


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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969 ., ,
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ST. JAMES ;: ,.'
Rev. S. L.Gay,pastor t. P" :t'P,!'
x Joseph Marshall,reporterWe Ela 6
wish to thank Rt

A. Randall and congregation

i Stf M1;"taw rwill Baptist .
Church for the services rendered

us on Tuesday night.
St. James will be in chargeof

the Crusade for members

service to be held at St. Paul

AME Church, Tuesday, Feb.
25, at 7:30 p.m. All membersand

it' V u U 3Jn ffllptrrlj! Sunday friends are asked to at- k,. 7wr.;

tend.You are cordially invited to M4
oa+ f
NEW HOPE :NEW BETHEL BAPTIST join us in the following activi-
ties: Saturday, Feb. 22, at the YA

Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie

Loraine Fuller, reporterThe Alice Harris, reporterOn Nicholson, 1841 NW 51st St.;
President's Talent Ushers' Board #1 is asking
Sunday night our pastor
Night sponsored by the Pas- will bring the closing sermon you to join them in a night of

tor's Aid Club has been post- at the Baptist Association, fun Saturday night,at the homeof
poned until March 6, at 8pm.
convening with Rev. A.J. King Mr. and Mrs. T. Mackey,
Sunday, we will celebrate a and congregation of Ebenezer 2270 NW 154th St. Dinner sale

Bible and Hymnal Day.Everyone Baptist Church, West Palm all day Saturday at the church.
is invited come out and
Choirs Call 691-4212 to place orders.
witness this day of spiritual will Beach.sing The and Ushers' Board Our prayers and best wishesto Rev. W. E. Sims (r) points out Florida Memorial's Wall of Faith, which

enjoyment. 1 and 2 will serve. Rev. Raymond Heastie in lists those churches which have made gifts to the college's Development Fund
Monday Feb. 24, at 8 p.m.
The Men's Day committeeare his new work of mission as Program.Rev..
Workers will havea
the Willing
Social Gathering, which will selling candy, please purchase pastor of Faith Chapel AME Sims is pastor of New Hope Baptist Church, Miami. Also listening

consist of a program and re- rows is one.chairman Deacon and Leon Deacon Bur- Church Let us, Davie pray, for Fla.the sick in intently is Ronnie Whitehurst, a student at the college, and a member of

freshments. This event will be Simeon Bridgewater and Bro. our church and community Bethel Community Baptist Church, Rev. E. D. Davis, pastor, St. Petersburg,
at the home of Sister Alberta Florida Alfredo student member of St. John's First Church
Charles Rease are co-chair- ; Gray, a Baptist ,
Knight 1770 NW 84th St. All
are welcome., Sister Bernice MARY'S J. L. Stevens, pastor; Christopher Sims, the son of Rev. Sims. The Wall of
men.Pray ST.
Kerson is president. for the 'Sick and shut- Faith has over 500 churches currently contributing to the college.

Wednesday, Feb. 26, at ins, Bro. Hezekiah Sears at Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor

8 p.m. the Missionary Society Jackson Hospital and Sister Sunday, is testimonial services CHURCH OF THE GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
at home. SINAI
will present a Fellowship Francis Woodside Male chorus will sing OPEN DOOR MT.

program, everyone is welcome all day. Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB.

Parents please send your Annette McNeal, reporterThe Boney, reporter
Remember to pray for and NEW.\ MT. MORUH children to Sunday school a Couple and Spares Club Rev. Roscoe Jackso, pastor Baptismal services will

visit our sick and shut-ins Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor little earlier. will present their Annual Willie J. Beard, reporterOn precede the regular worship

Evelyn Souter,reporterThe Our Lenten banks were Talent Night Sunday, Feb. 26, Friday night the pastor is services Sunday morning.
pastor wish to thank given out, they are to be returned at 7:30. Members of various asking the church to accom- All newly baptized converts

JORDAN GROVE the choirs, ushers' board and Sunday, March 30. families of the church will pany him to St. Luke M.B. C. will receive.a Bible, certificate -

Rev. DouglasCookplstor all members accompanied Prizes will be awarded to the participate Mrs. Erslyn Anders on 18th Ave. and NW 55th St. of baptism,_presented

,Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe him to Ft Lauderdale last child having the largest and Mrs. Francis Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor. to them by the pastor.
Deacon's Council invite Sunday. amount in their bank. Thomas will serve as talent All choirs, ushers and members Lenten observance period

each and everyone out for The Ushers' Federation Let's not forget the dinner recruiters.The are asked to be present. sponsored by the BTU has already -

a free dinner on this Saturday, Union will have their board sale sponsored by the men's club is made up of many On Saturday night, at 7:30, begun. Each member is

Feb. 22, from 5 p.m. until? meeting Thursday night and day committee at the church young couples and single per- the men will assemble for a asked to accept a glena and
Deacon Lumpkin is president. the Union will be held at New every Saturday, for deliverycall sons in the church. They meet Men's Day meeting and rehearsal turn it in at the close of the

The Willing Workers will Mt. Moriah this Sunday, at 3 768-1601. each month and at the moment with the Male Chorus. drive.

begin the celebration of their p.m. The public is invited, Let us not forget to pray 'conduct a bowling league each Deacon Vandell Bovan, chair- I Auxiliaries and organiza
11th anniversary this Friday 67 NW 14th Ave.. fort our sick! Visitors are always 'Saturday. The public is invited man and Bro.Rosby Davis,'cO- Sons desirous of placing an ad

night and will conclude on Sunday Joint rehearsal for choirsNo. welcome. to be present Sunday night chairman.On in the National S.S. and BTU

Feb. 23, at 3 p.m. with 1 and 2 will be held Feb. and hear the talent of the families Sunday afternoon the Congress souvenir book, contact

Rev. Samuel Atchison, deliv- 28 at 8 p.m. pastor is asking the church to Sister E. Ingram for fur-

ering the message. The public Our monthly conferenceFeb. MT. TABOR MT. HERMAN AME accompany him to Jordan ther information.The .

and well wishers are asked to 27, at 8 p.m. all auxili- Chapel Freewill Baptist, Co- training session of the
come out and witness this an- aries please have your report. Rev. J. W. Hendon,pastor Rev. G. M. Champion, pastor conut Grove to close out the Brotherhood of Mt. Sinai will

niversary. Sis. Manuel is The Home Mission program Wilhelmina Sands, reporterRev. Helen Golden, reporterThe Men's Day services for Rev. be held Thursday, Feb. 20,
president.Our will be held the secondSundayin Hendon will preach the women of Mt. Herman, I. H. Readon and congregation. 7 p.m. all laymen of the churchare
visitors are always March anniversary ;.sermon for the 2245 Bunche Park West Drive, All choirs and ushers are invited toattendthese

welcome to worship with us. Choir No. 2 will celebrate Rev. C. Ford, pastor-First Opa-locka, Invite you to it's asked to be present. meetings along with the
Baptist Church, Ft. Lauder- 11th Women's Day Observanceon On Monday night an old
Let us not forget prayer meet- their anniversary March 21 pastor.
ing every Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. 23rd. dale, Sunday, Feb. 23, 3:30 March 9th. fashion revival hour will beheld Rooms are still needed to

To the sick put your trust in All ladies are asked to be p.m. Two buses have been "The biggest little churchin Rev. Jim D. Williams house delegates for the Na-

God and you shall be healed. present at the Sunday morn- chartered to carry membersof town" takes pride in it's will be the speaker. Sister tional SS and BTU congress in

Ing worship, business of importance the choir and those mem- name, its members and its Willie Mae Williams, president June, contact Deacon Charles
bers who may desire to accompany youth. We promise you a com- Brooks.

GRACE Please pray for world the pastor. Buses plete day of worth while activi- Bar-be-que is sold every To our sick, shut-ins and

Rev. W. F.Savoy,pastor peace. Visitors are always will leave the church at 2 p.m. ties.We Friday, Saturday and Sunday. bereaved families it is no secret -
We are grateful to the Rev. welcome. please be on time. will expect you, and what God can do.
Joseph Middleton, pastor of Dinners are still being sold many of your friends, tool

the Palm Springs Presby-; at the church Saturday in be- What will you find? Hopefully, EBENZER METHODIST

terian Church in Hialeah, who MT. CARMEL half of women's day, call 691- a glorious timelSEMINARY ANTIOCHRev.
and informative 8732 to place your orders.
brought us an inspiring -
message last Sun- Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Remember to pray for the Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. P.W.Wiggins,pastor

day morning. Many thanks to Louise McGriff, reporterThe sick and shut-ins. Visitorsare OF TRUTHThe Ingram, reporterThe Dinettle Cobb, reporterOn

Elder J. D. Faniel, who so Junior Choir will have always welcome. youth choir and ushers' Sunday at 3 p.m. the Sr.
,capably conducted the service. their anniversary on Thursdayand Seminary of Truth, lo- will serve Sunday during the Missionary Society will sponsor
Last afternoon the Friday night. They are cated at 761 NW 45th St., is morning and evening services. a Family Union Rally.
Rev. Melvin Dollar talked,with inviting the public to attend. NEW PROVIDENCE sponsoring a fund raising pro- The Seasons Rally has been There will be a guest speak-
There will be a car wash on There will be discus- launched. The following are
Rev C. J. gram. e. The entire congregationand
us on the subject "The role of Burney,pastor
the Layman in Church Visita- Saturday, at the home of Bro. Arsula Edwards,reporter sions on the social problemsand captains and co-captains: friends are invited.
and Sis. Robert Cummings the Bible. The guest Marion Thompson, Rosa Man-
tion." We are calling our 'Ordinance Baptism will Sunday morning at 3:30: be
",. members" to participation in 9010 NW 16th Ave. be observed this Sunday, Feb. speaker for the evening will ning, Minnie Bethel, Dorothy Sunday School will present a
There will be a tea the sec- be Rev. Emmanuel Angarlca.. Evans and Catherine Smith
visiting one another, and we 23, at 1 All candidates are ; Model Sunday School. The
ond Sunday in March 1540NW Also featuring will be the Summer James E Martin
will assemble at the church at asked to meet at the church Youth will be complete con-
46th St. in behalf of Men's Day voices of well known captain; co-captains A. D.
6 p.m. this Sunday. Visits and bring a change of garment. soprano trol. Come out and see themin
e Deacon Ernest McGriff is the Consecration hour of Leila R. Williams and equally Hall, Bertha Dames, Blanche action.
should have been made by that prayer -
captain. is held at 5 known Jacqueline Livington. Goins, Jean A. Perry and On March 29
time, and we will discuss the Sunday, a.m. Usher Board
Remember the sick and The program will be held at Leadie Sims; Autumn Mrs.
visits we have made. Bible class and prayer meet No. 2 will sponsor "A Pretty
shut-ins and those who have ing Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. You the Union Hall, 3350 NW 7th Margaret Clark,captain, Miss Cup Tea" at the home of Mr.

lost their love ones. Pray for are Invited. Let us not forget Ave, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. Catherine Brennan, Naomi and Mrs. James Simmons,
h. CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP' the boys in viet nam. Visitorsare u'.u' Grant, Winfred Rolle, Eloise
: BTU Sunday at 5 p.m. 4222 NW 11th Ct. All are invited
always welcome. Continue in prayer for those and Loletha Moss, .

who are sick, shut-ins, and MUSICAL TEA AT co-captains. Winter Mrs. The baby contest, sponsored -
i Rev. P S. Brown pastorM. ... Emma Caldwell
bereaved. You are always welcome MT. ZION by the women will terminate
L. Nixon, reporter1The ALEX BRADFORDIN to worship. Rowena Riley, Florabelle March 30.
pastor. and deaconess The Mount Zion Baptist Strachan, Pauline Thompson,
Let us remember to
board are grateful to friends Church Building Fund Task Lillian Ross, Janie Stewart,
for the sick shut-in and men
and visitors for making their BTU Aid Society of St. Force" is presenting its Bap- and Leroy Wilson, co-cap- on the battlefield., ,
anniversary such a memorable John Baptist Church, 1328 NW, tist Training Union, childrenand tains.
and worthwhile affair 3rd Ave., presents Professoi BJBLE TRUE HOLINESS Boy Scouts in a musicl Each member is urged to

I Saturday, Feb. 22, the Adult Alex Bradford in concert,Sun- tea, at the church, Sunday, support the season of the year FAMILY TALENT
Choir and Usher Board will day, Feb. 23, 8:15 p.m. Also Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor Feb. 23, at 4 p.m. Parents, they were born. NIGHTThe

have an all day rummage sale, featuring other top spiritual Shirley Cooper, reporter members and friends are invited All members are urged to Church of the
Sunday itjhtlsWM'jwsai'ht Open
at 1172 NW 62nd St. singers. Donations$1.00. come prepared Sunday to signa Door
at Sister Gladys Thurston is we invite you to coma: out and Mrs.Lillie M. Dules chair- corner of 8th Ave. and
Come to BTU on Sundays pledge card for "The Fund 61st
+ 5:30' p.m. and en joy'the programs president. Donation $2.00 advance be with us. Our revival ser- man; Deacon John D. McKen- for Reconciliation." The sick their St., invites you to attend

,prepared especially for $2.50 at the door. Rev; vices are still on. Everyoneis non, BTU director; Rev. E. T. and shut-ins desire your pray family talent night program
Invited to attend., Sunday, at 7:30
+ vou. Thedford Johnson Is pastor Graham, pastor. ers and words of comfort. Everyone is cordially invited.p.m.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969 25

"To Mecca
Rev. I.C Mickins Delivers
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Rev.paul Freeman, pastor Brother Otis Wright and the Kazah #149On
Mary Amos reporterThe Bessie Williams reporter ,Spiritual Harmonizers will Farewell Sermon

Eleventh Episcopal Rev. W. M. Slater and con- 'have a program here Sunday, Saturday February 15, -
District of the AME Church gregation will be at the church at 3 p.m. the Nobles of Kazan Temple Co Sunday April 24, at 7
(Florida) Rt. Rev. George N. Friday Feb. 21, sponsoredby The Junior Choir will jour- #149 completed one of Its most p.m. Rev. I. C. Mickins will k gk

Collins, Bishop, Is sponsoringa Sister Freeman and Sister ney to Belle Glade the first impressionable creations.The deliver his farewell messageat y
statewide crusade for Christ Stella Flowers In behalf of 'Sunday in March. We areask- creation was lead and con- Mt.Olivette Baptist Church;
campaign during the Lenten Choir No. 1's anniversary. ing the prayers of the church ducted by the illustrious after 19 years of service.Rev.
season. Theyareasking all members for a safe Journey there and potentate John W. Dillard. Mickins Is leaving to assume ';f;
The Miami area Is having officers and visiting friendsto back. During the course of the pastorship of the church he -. }
five nights servies, Monday come out and help them There will be Junior choir ceremony there was both fun recently organized. The Me-
Feb. 24 through Friday, Feb. make this program success. rehearsal Saturday at 4:30 and sincerity shown by all.The morial Temple Baptist Church
28 and the churches listed below They will also sell hot fish P.m.Let creation marked the first of a at 16600 NW 44th Court. He
will be In charge at St. sandwiches andconch fritters. us remember to visit series of quarterly creationsthat will commence his service at Lr {

Paul 1876 NW 51st Terrace. Deacon Locke, is president.. :and pray for the sick and shut- will be held by Kazan the new church, March 2. .
Choirs and ushers, officers Sister Glady's Montgomeryand ins. Temple 149. It is the hope of Temporary housing for the
and members will accompany Sister Pauline Davis are the Illustrious potentate John new church will be 4116 NW
their pastor each night. sponsoring a weight party and CALVARY Dlllard that the next creation 167th St. while the newchurchIs

Monday night 24- 7:30p.m. sale Saturday, Feb. 22,at 6:30: will double in its number of under construction.
St. Paul AME In charge. Ser- at the home of Sister. Montgomery Rev. S.Atchison pastor novices.The next such creationIs Under the leadership of Rev.
mon Rev. T. C. Kelly, Jr. 1421 NW 71stSt.14. Phyllis Beal, reporterAll to take place In June of this Mickins Mt. Olivette has moved REV. L C. MICKINS

Tuesday night 25th 7:30 p.m Everyone Is cordially invited.In day Sunday Is Rev.D.W. year. forward. A new church was
St. James AME Church In behalf of choir No. 1 anni- Daniel day. A program Is be- Down through the years built, furnished and paid for. asking the prayers of his I
charge, sermon Rev. S. L. versary and Sister Vera John ing planned. The entire public many men have made the trek The membership grew from members, friends and general
son. is invited.On from the land of te unknownto 66 to 650. Rev. Mickins Is public.

Gay.Wednesday 26, Greater Remember the sick, the second Sunday in the city of Mecca, and now ,

Bethel AME Church in charge.Rev. shut-in, and members of bereaved 1 March there will be a Mother- the nobles of Kazah Temple
Johnson. #149 have helped! eleven weary PILGRIM REST CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon
T. S. families in your prayers 'daughter Father-son Tea,
Thursday 27, Metropolitan J sponsored the travelers reach the City of
by. Junior Rev. James Nelson pastor T.'R. G Gibson rector
AME Church In charge. church. Mecca. While on their way Antoinette Silva
Myrtice Hicks reporter
Sermon Rev. J. Williams. these travelers encountered ,
Prayer Thursday Sunday February 16th
Every fourth Is ,
ZION HILL but with Sunday
Bishop Collins will be presenton ,nights. many adversities the congregation had the plea-
Building Fund Day at our
this night and choirs and Please for desire to cross the burning
pray and visitth sure of the
having Rev.
ushers from all participating Rev. James Pickett, pastor ( sick and shut-ins. sands they reached the land of church. On this Sunday we Charles
churches are expected Sunday will be Mock Wo- Mecca by the true method of have a very fine program out- Victor, of Nassau,
men's lined for enjoyment at Bahamas, as guest preacher.
Friday, Feb. 28 Salter's Day and It promises to Shrinedom.The your
be different 3 p.m., sponsored by Deacon Accompanying Father Victor
AME Church outstanding. newly created nobles of
Chapel incharge DRAKERev. his
and Sister Caleb Laster. was family who also en-
Speakers will be selected Kazah Temple No. 149 are
sermon Rev. H. M.Salmon. :
Joyed the fellowshiphour aftera
Joint lovefeast service with from our church. You are J. W. Dunn, pastorN. Samuel Harris John L.Jones, Everyone Is cordially Invitedto didatic sermon. "

all participating churches In cordially Invited to attend. T. Green, reporterThe Emmett Kater,Eugene Nor attend. There will be a "Night of
charge. The general public is Dinners are being sold every men are working hardto ton, Clarence Oatman, B. S. On Saturday afternoon, the Games" on Friday Feb. 21st
Junior Choir will meet at 1 ,
cordially Invited to attend. Saturday at the church 633- make their men's day a big P e r c e 11, A. A. Pressley at the home of Mr. William J.
5685, 2385 NW 60th Street. success. The chairman, Brother Charles Robinson John Rob- p.m. Thursday night Is regular Stirrup.',This affair will be
service at 7:30. Visi-
Bar-be-que is sold Ester Sheffield and prayer
every Tripp and Bro. Brooks erson, ,
sponsored the
tors are welcome. by Episcopal
Friday night at. the church are asking all members to take Charles Spann. To these new
GREATER NEW BETHELRev. please stop by. Continue to pray for the less Churchmen. Come out and en-
care of their financial obligations nobles we will wish the best of
The second Sunday in MarchIs fortunate and bereaved families Joy yourself.
luck. Promotional director
W. K. Smith pastor Founder's In everywhere. On Tuesday, Feb. 18th, the
Day memoryof Robert Wilcox The next
Alice Irving reporterDon't The Boy Scouts will spon- regu- members of Christ Episcopal
the pastor and wife Sister lar will be held
meeting Feb.
sor a car Saturday ,
forget the Pre-Wo- Church and their friends en-
men's Day Tea to beheld at Gertrude Pickett. We are Please bring your cars to the 25, at 8 p.m., so until then, TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Joyed the first Shrove tues-
asking each member to con-. "alelkum salaam."
church and with es
the church Sunday from 4-6 tribute liberally. help boys day Dinner held In the newly

p.m. Sister Marjorie Perkins Prayer services Tuesdayat their project, Please remem- DAY SPRING No. 1 Choir and Junior incompleted parish hall.A de-
ber to visit and for the
will be the guest speaker. All 7:30 Visitors always pray Ushers will render services liclous buffet dinner was
choirs are asked to please be welcome.p.m. are sick and shut ins. Rev. W. M. Slater,pastor Sunday morning at Ebenezer served by Mr. and Mrs. Joe

present to render a selection. Ruby Burton reporter Baptist Church West Palm Bellamy, and staff,The even- ..
The Home Mission SocietyIs Sunday at 3 p.m. Ushers' beach where the Atlantic Ding was spent ina, gay, and
having a bar-b-que sale I Board No.. 1 and 2 will,have 1 Baptist Coast Association Is colorful atmosphere. A nightto
Saturday night at the home of GREATER BETHLEHEMRev. TEENAGEGUIDANCE their 5th anniversary. We will in session. Bus leaves the remember.Get .

Brother and Sister Donnell. C. H. Smith pastor CLINIC go to Rev. Glllman's Friday Church at 8:45 a.m. well wishes are extended -

Choir No. lis In charge of Mary Hopkins, reporterThe Feb. 22, 4:00 p.m. night, Feb.Is 21, at 8 p.m. The Among activates for the to Mrs. Rosa White, Mrs.
the churchto
the Sunday School auxiliary pastor officers, mem- month of March, Is program Barbara,Aranha and Mr. and
class Sunday. bers and friends take this op- Primary "C" School accompany for him. sponsored by the Trustee Mrs. George Cash of Jackson
Pray the sick and shut-
Deacon Rogers is ill at home portunity to thank Rev.Wrightand ins. Board on the third Sunday. vile

and ask the prayers of the Rev. Carter for the ser-

church. vice rendered.
Prayer services are held Activities for the week:
every Tuesday at 8 p.m. Let Feb. 21, pie sale at Deacon

us continue In prayer.CORINTH. and Sister Waltons'; Feb. 22 Why Not Have.
dinner and pie sale at the

church; Feb. 23, Rev. B., L.
Mack of West Hollywood will -

render service; Feb. 24, Sis. 4
Rev. M. L. Paschal,pastor Louise Scott, musical pro- j

Carolyn Ector, reporter gram. The Deaconess are
Many thanks to Rev. W. J. making plans for their anni-

Macon, pastor of First Baptist versary March 23. ,
Church Bun c h e park, choir Continue to for the sick
pray Delivered Your IIJnleEVERY
A T f to
and usher board and the Her- and shut-ins. _
mon Thomas Gospel Chorus ,
for their fine services. %'

The church will render ser- ST. LUKERev. BY MAIL
vice, Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 8

p.m. Saint Mary's Baptist P. W.Williams,pastor
Church, Ojuis Fla. The pastor Kathleen Streeter, reporter
Is asking all members to 1 Feb.27 FRIDAY
On Thursday night, 7
be present and on time. Rev.. The Women's Home Missionand

S. Smith, pastor. the Young Matrons will 'Ifi77 MORNING
Sister Carrie Thomas, the present a program entitled ,
widow of the late Rev. W. T. "Mission Hour." The speaker 2i\t .
Thomas would like to thank: .r
will be Mrs. Louise Knapp. ,. ,. '
all her friends and well wish- Mrs. Cynthia Williams Is the
ers for sincere prayers for program chairman.
her safe trip bact home.Leav- Remember to pray for the

ing her mother well. sick and bereaved members. Less thou 10'

You are Invited to worship with per copy
us this Sunday at 1790 NW
BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe 55th Street.

J r................................... .......................................... d
Baha'is of Miami will
hold a pot luck supper 6:30 1 FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE ( ) 1 YEAR 5.00

p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25, at the Moil to 6740 NW 15th Avenue Miami, Flo. 33147

home of Mrs. Doris Appleton, In .
478 NE 56th St.Entertainment Rev. W. M. Davis_ pastor Fill : NAME-

will follow. Donella Turner, reporter ,' ', f
This event Is the opening of' The fourth Sunday after and 1

the celebration of Baha'i Intercalary noon, the church and pastor -".
Days, (February 26 1 will worship at the Browns- ADDRESS :

to March 1). On March 2, the ville Baptist Church, at 3 p.m. MailTOVA I
Baha'i 19-Day dawntoduskfast : The No. 2 Choir will render
period begins, culminating the song service and all UsbI I I :
on the first day of spring, er Boards will serve. ee CITY STATE ZIP CODE _ _

the Baha'i New Year. The intercalary We hope for a speedy re-I Check ( ) Mon.y Ord.r ( ) for S.......... ,I I. ", elo* dI .

days are special 1 covery for all our sick. To ................." .'.1'.1.............................I'.........,..............
days of visiting, hospitalityand our visitors, you are always
gift giving. welcome. I


26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969
___ __' ____'_ ___ __ _u__ .__ _" ____ _____ .. " Shows GainsIn
--, Social' Security FSES Significant

POET'SCORNER I 18,000 NewsOver people in the Negro EmploymentSignificant

Model City service area received and meaningful period of time, for both white
monthly Social Security
findings relative to place- and non-white, was 35,000
/ checks last year. However, ments of Negroes in Jobs in making Negro placement standat
By GENE GRIENER anyone who received benefitsand Dade County for the year 1968 51.75 percent of the total.
earned in 1968
have been released by HarryL. This would suggest that
must file a report of his earn-
ings with SocialSecurity Miss Tyson, Metropolitan Area greater Job opportunities are,
State Employment in fact opening for Negroesin
Supervisor, Florida up
Black' PowerBlack Dorrith, Leipziger officer-in-
Anatomy Of Service (FSES). Dade County.And,too,it reflects -
charge of the Model City Social
the FSES policy of pro-
Power is the basis of my religion. Security office said today. From January 1968 through viding, as part of their exist-
Islam and Justice are among my many provisions. Within the next two weeks, December 1968, 18,112 Ne- ing services, Job development
beneficiaries will be receiv-
groes found employment throughout Dad e's business
Black Power is economic social and political. ing a report form in the mail
through FSES, and of that fig- community and subsequent referral -
Black Power fights those conditions under which Redmen, Yellowmen aw It should be used by them to ure 6,701 were placed in non- of applicants to these

that are so pitiful notify social security if they service occupations;This rep- jobs. In addition, the FSES is
Black Power goes deeper than color. earned more than $1680 in resents 37 percent of those deeply concerned with,and involved -
Black Power makes strangers, once again, become brothers. 1968, what months during the placements. The total place- in, various Federally

year they earned less than ment figure for the same funded Job training programs.
Black Power is the force that makes boys become men. $140 per month or in which .'
Black Power allows men to protect family and friends. they did not actively work in Phone Gets
self-employment, or tithe Emergency

Black power is the want to control your home. amount of earnings they estimated I

Black Power teaches men that they can stand on their own. they would earn was not 13,185 Calls
Segregation is an act imposed upon a brother to keep him below correct. In all of these cases
the standard of another. the filing of the report form
Separation is a departure of equals from one another for the by April 15, 1969 will enable The single emergency tele- par t men ts throughout the
benefit of those who can't live like brothers. social security to determine phone number 377-7777 received United States with present

integration we've seen, It had no way. if more or less than the amountof 13,185 emergency calls plans calling for a single iden-
Black Power said, let us produce our own little play. benefits paid was correct.If during the year 1968, accord- tical emergency number to be
the report form is not received ing to the President of the used throughout the United

Black Power teaches you to be natural and true.It by March I, 1969,con- Crime Commission of Greater States.
shows us we don't have to do any thing because the other people do. tact yourS oc ia 1 Security Office Miami, Arthur E. Huttoe. Demby has said in the past
for one. U a person wants Huttoe said the emergency that such a number will be

Blak is all that's beautiful within mankind. help h filing the form he should number which was institutedby readily integrated into the

Black Power captures the body, soul and mind. bring his 1968 form W-2; or if Ben Demby director of the local system.
self-employed, a copy of his Department of Communications '
Robert Gilbert 1968 tax return to the Social City of Miami, and the
Security Office. Crime Commission, servedas
The social security office a valuable asset to the

The Essence Of LivingA "Ode To A Black' located at 5225 NW 12th Ave- crime fighting picture in EMERSOI
nue and is open Monday Dade County.
Woman"MOTHER Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 De m b y's report to the
moonlight face
drop upon my ,
Crime Commission said the
As la better p.m. and Thursdays from 8:30:
I ponder the essence of living
number received calls
taste. ( OF MY CIVILIZATION) a.m. to 7:30: p.m. 18,068 ,
but 4,833 were Judged to be I

The black woman I sing of is beautiful.She's nuisances.
Counchant in bed captivated by the euphony of MiamiLongshoremen Miami
received the great-
as a mellow vintage wine. r
As night the, luminous The beauty that I speak of is the beauty of est number 4,918; Metro
moon renders its light.A .
of Public 88
her mind. Department Safety ,
3,780; Miami Beach 261;
light so profond in that celestial sky, and Hialeah
She's a proud and bold hard worker who'll 85.
As tomorrow awaits another try. Still On StrikeThe Since Its
Grind Jier fingers to the bone. inception more
This black woman possesses a quality of than a year ago the single
of life
M Thinking supposing/. distinctive end of the longshore- emergency telephone number
Rare tone.
Surceased by death in a chautic way.A men's strike in the Port of New has been copied by police de-
York had no effect on striking
way so inscrutable but yet a requisite act Oh radiant mother of black children! longshoremen in the Port of
of life.Somewhat. If more of your race could see, throughout Miami.

of a refuge from the travails of the years of transgression,the good enhanced "We're still out," said a 335 Days MODEL HP50A WITH

strife. in thee. spokesman at the office of Mi- PRIVATE LISTENING

ami local No. 1416 of the International -
I The strong emb'em' of courage Imbedded with Of Terror! EARPHONE
Oh the agony of living and the ugliness of Longshoremen'sAssociation
death in your soul, elates to sons and daughtersthe
(AFL-CIO). Two black crewmanof $5.00
As God consipers my only breath. virtures you behold. "The end of the walkout in

New York has no effect on us Pueblo reveal horrorsof
Oh listen to the litanizing reverberations of Late in the midnight hour when your childrenare that I know of,' he said.About
fast asleep, woman whos eyes pursuea Communist prison DOWN :
the shrivers of man, 500 men are affected in Miami.
course, a virgil you constantly keep. To Jan.31the, Port of Miami camp!

Will God extend his cherished hand, had lost about $110,000 in direct Call
Or stand to the of The black woman I sing of has valor. Look
Implacable plea man. revenue since the begin- Out
The half will have to be told, 751-5629
ning of the longshoremen'sstrike
Is death a refuge 'for the human soul? About the mother of my civilization late in December.Longsboremenln Washington! NO CREDIT
Or a pariah of life on this earth so cold.. And the treasures she unfolds. New York REQUIREDALSO

have ratified the terms of a Shirley Chisholm is in
I cannot say for I know only one, Oh gracious mother of diligence! new contract in a vote of nearly
The essence of living under the sun. The masterful image of thee, three to one. town, and the capital
Makes me strive onward for our equality. .
may never be the same :
Terry Buford *
I Black woman, shine your light in the heavens! Teen-age FURNITURE
with the advent of
to the heavens and on earth, so all can see APPLIANCES

On Loneliness/ 'lust what you've been ever since your birth. Guidance the 90-pound congress- STEREOS

Abraham Thomas sional bomb. Read the
As I wander this dark world and cold; Clinic Saturday

Lost as a sheep without abode; details of these and
Lost as the sheep that has strayed from the Is This ? In keeping with its national W.T. WELLS
fold: Democracy theme "Greater Community other exciting stories in COMPANY

Weeping a love for this lonely soul. Progress," the local Chapter the March_ i issue of
today fo Sigma Gamma RhoSorority 45 K. W. 54th Street
I saw children in school
r A soul with much sorrow and tears have shed, who would not bow their heads to pray, is sponsoring its annual SEPIAat Miami, Florida 33127

Fora love that sweet but unwisely led. nor world they stand up to salute guidance clinic on Saturday, your newsstand now

f Led by the snares of the white bleachedbonds.Like their country's flag, they Just sat .. mute.Is February 22, at Primary"C"
a soldier out M a storm. Neighborhood centerette, 757

Loneliness is a disease that musn't remain; this, I thought, democracy NW 66th Street.

But to have known love, is beautiful, just the within our schools? How can this be, Boys and girls from ninth
same. has God and flag become a Jest; through twelfth grade are invited Eleven
to be at 4
these are values children protest?
i.., Darling if you decide to harken to my plea; to participate and enjoy the
Please ease my loneliness and come borne to What does life hold in store for them interesting activities plannedfor rate reductions

I' me. who no defy, who now condemn you.
i'' For I love you dear, and I want you to know parents, teachers, their government; The keynote speaker for the
r That where ever you go my love will follow. what lies ahead, what great content afternoon will be T/Sgt. Roy since 1957!
.' Barnes of the W.S. Air Force,

Argerine Edwards who is an expert parachute
;. Gene Griener Jumper.We Today, the average price paid per

assure you that after kilowatt hour by FPL-served families is

listening to, and talking with one-third less than it was in 1957.
the speakers and consultantsyou
will be better prepared to

develop an awareness of be-
OUR CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS coming involved in meeting the

challenges in problem solvingin
a this twentieth century way 1 1 1

i of life.


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, February 21, 1969 27

IfpI ....,,;;,..'.. (,,;. warn: DIRECTORY I

..L.'i. 4400 NW 7th Avenue WILLIAMS' CONSTRUCTION
. :.:. .. <="'I Edwards, Prop. TAILORS & CLEANERS 2939 Phon.t NW 48th 634.6233 Terrace
qu.. 1 Day Service Alteration IndustrialCommercialResidential
rtI I t" ,./ FUNERALDIRECTORS 4842 NW 27th Avenue
; .. ie<.t. 634.9251
A (
"' r y '. ij. i 6701 NW 15th Avenue A-I LABOR
/ 691.9151 I
> > "sr !
n - 1 RAHMINGS EVERGREEN Agents WantedAgents Driven, Men with ,cars,
SAN ANTONIO. Airman SAN ANTONIO. Airman MORTUARY Fork lift, Laborers, War.-
Raymond Thomas, son of Mr. Larry L. George, SOIl of Mrs. Miamian 5253 NW 7th Avenue to sell The Miami housemen. Ooen 5)30 a.m. '
and Mrs. C lemon Thomasof Gussie M. Guess of 1972 NW 754.0681 or 754.0682IMPORT.EXPORT Times are wanted all ove', A-J
2345 NW 74th Ter., Miami, 47th Ter., Miami, has com- Gets PromotionCaptain Florida and Georgia. They

has completed basic trainingat pleted basic training at Lack- Daniel J. Pool, of HOUSE OF 7 SEAS may be boys and girls or EMPLOYMENTRestaurant
Lackland AFB, Tex. He has land AFB, Tex. He has been Miami, has received a promotion BOUTIQUEAfro.A.lon adults. Make spending i Hotel
been assigned Sheppard assigned to Chanute AFB, Dl., to Major in the U.S.Army Fashions money. Write or call Mrs. Domestic, Factory!
AFB, Tex., for training in aircraft for training in the aircraft He is a former graduate of Jewelry Arts, Crafts Perfumes Davis,6530 NW 15th Ave., '534 H. MIAMI AVENUE

maintenance. Airman equipment maintenance field. Northwestern High School and 4409 NW 7th Avenue 6910421.
Thomas Is a graduate of MI- Airman George is a 1968 grad- Southern University, Baton
ami Jackson High School. uate of Miami Jackson Rouge, La. where he receiveda DRESS SHOPS -----

5843 NW 17th Avenue
class of 61. He Is the son of
Mrs. Sarah P. Mitchell of 6963515LORY'S MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU' THEY


.. '- .. completed his,orientation 6112 NW FASHION 7th Avenue SHOPS THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE,
class, basic infantry of Martin W, Smith
icriN : > 1"t<* ficer's course, February PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI
1962, while he was stationed'in
Korea he served as Patoon ,
Leader, Co. A, 5th Calvary, mydressmaker WE'VE MOVED!!!

a ____ 1st Returning Calvary Fort Ord,Cali- Magic City & Harlem Cabs

fornia he served as an Oper- NW 7th Avenue
i i s u fyF 6026 Operating the Citgo Service Station
ation officer. Then to Ger- NEW

many as an intelligent officer, END OF LOCATION 13 01 NW 62 St. .
1st Brigade, when he returned -
to the U. S. he attended SEASON SALE NEW .
language school for defense All Prices Slashed PHONF 696-6400
language Institution at Ft.
Better dresses mad. to
Bliss Texas, after serving in 'mfasur.. Alterations fast DRIVERS WANTED
_._ Vietnam for one year at a arid fr... (Ind.f I Full time or Part-time '
--- -- -
Vietnam training center, as a Apply at Office
VIETNAM. Sergeant on duty at Tan Son Nhut AB, tactics advisor. He returnedto
Dennis E. Wallace, son of Vietnam. U. S. Ft. Ord California.

I George N. Wallace, Bjerge Sergeant Wallace is an ad- Presently serving as an exe-
Cade 5, St. Thomas, V. I., is ministrative specialist in a cutive officer. He resides at I
his "Delray Oaks" home in Do you have a SORE, RASH or DISCHARGE?
unit of the Pacific Air Forces.
Before his arrival In Vietnam, Monterey California, with his IT COULD BE VD
Carver I he was assigned to the 19th wife Beverly, a professional
school teacher at the Monterey
Combat Support Group at r For confidential information and
School District. *OKN<> |lfW KiAui
Ranches Homestead AFB, Fla. They are the proud parentsof n t ,li. ti0n, free treatment

He is a 1963 graduate of two children, Derrek and Phone: 377-0341 Extension 152
News North Dade Junior Senior High Monica.
School, Opa-locka. His wife, t Congratulations to this dis- DADE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
By Walter Bowe Shirley, is the daughter of tinguished young Miamian and 1350 NW 14th Street, Miami
Mrs. Marie Roulhac of 1186 may God forever bless him In
NW 61st St., Miami. his attainments.
The Mt.Zion A.M.E.Churchof
Carver Ranches laid their SAVE UP TO 40%

corner stone Sunday, Feb. 16 F.S.E. REPORT: ON
Presiding Elder Allen was the AUTO INSURANCE
Jobs Auto Insurance
Training Now
main speaker. King David Open Immediate SR-22' Filings

Lodge was in charge of the Liability Physical Low Monthly Payments
ceremony. Rev. Wells is If you have no experience but want to work-here Is an DamageSR
pastor of Mt. Zion. opportunity to work and learn a new trade.All you have to 22 FilingNo AUTO TAGS -> DRIVERS LICENSE .
The Ladies Auxiliary to the do is apply for a Job at the Employment Service office
Post. No. 8195 will meet Sun- listed below. One Refused D. GOODMAN & SONS

day, February 23 at 5 p.m. (1)) Septic-tank serviceman is needed.Experience is not GOOD DRIVERSNo KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY
at the posts home on Pembroke necessary. You would work an eight hour, five and a half Finance Charge
Same location for
Road, members, pleasebe day week for a starting salary$2.00 an hour. Time anda as little as' generations

present. half for over forty hours. '15% OWN 2688 NW, 62nd ST. .Phone: 691-0380
Members are urged to (2)) An employer In the extreme NW area has a Job open-
remember our 1969 member- ing for a trainee to learn how to install plastic tops on AT SHELL'S CITY -- - - .- .
ship drive is now on at V.F.W. kitchen cabinets. The salary will start at$1.80an'hour for (South Dor)

Post 8195. You'are welcomeat and 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shift, Monday through Friday. PLAZA INSURANCE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE '
our post home anytime,Fri ((3)) Another NW area employer needs a trainee Interested AGENCY .
day, Saturday or Sunday after- In learning how to operate well drilling equipment. The STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER ,
noon. Someone is at the post's salary will be $2.50 an hour for a five day, forty hour Phone:754-4951 .
homo during that time. week. 5941 NW.7th Avenues VET TV /

Fish fry every Friday night. poetry .. .
Come and Join the veterans. I TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
If you have served overseas,

you belong to the V.F.W. Call Men and Women 16 through 21 FLORIST orr 11IMMiami. r 379-7735
the veterans. If you belong to .,l'Iortlla
Commander W.A. Bowe, 983- Out of school and out of work 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 ;
9613 or call Folia Boyd, 983-
5534 for membership.The JOIN -- .. .
Holiday Social Club is
.3.0 N. W. 7th Annu.MI.I .
making plans for its dance at JOB CORPS Fleridsw. DeParee's Superb
the Elks Club on Sunday, '
March 2nd at 5 p.m. You are Permanent LotionCAN
invited. ----- fill /in coupon and mail todayI -----___
-- I I would like to loin the Job Corps. I II COME SEE IT DEMONSTRATED!
N am e.. Wm. J. O'Brien
I ----------- I Center
Address i Avenue, Miami, Fla.
SALE FEBRUARY 23 & 24, 1969
I Age Telephone.: II I II o. r .r 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wonderful live _
opportunity to I WE WIRE FLOWERSANYWHERE * 'r
and work in pleasant residential I I Send to: --.. \ I : FASHION SHOW

/ area. New equip Sunday night, February 23, 1969 '
ment. Good potential. MRS. LEON EARLES Cod. 305
Terms to qualified 5th Miami Florida at the Supply Center ,/ ,2
party. I 4851 NW Avenue I II .
Phone: I or call 757.5008 I 754-8061 7211 HW 2nd Avenue d

9 p.m. to midnight
621-9625 for more information 758-4371 v

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28 THE MIAMI TIMES- Friday. ., February. 21.. 1969

with. Rattlers/ SignAII.Stlite'
Spearing .......,

End, All City Back

Z Rattler Coach Jake Gaither of his 180 pounds and 9,8 a
has been having problems speed.
signing the best Negro football Gaither announced the signings -
BY HARRY_ SPEAR_ in the state since
players of nine other South Florida .
Florida State, Florida, Miami athletes, including:
and Tampa have started Jackson defensive tackles

recruiting blacks.But Jake did Willie Harris (231 pounds)and ,
alright last week when he pick Willie Robinson ((265)); Jack i 0
ed up some real good South son center Olin Bogan ((235)); s D /
++f Florida talent, Including an Northwestern tackle Thaddeus , as f" p ji
All-state end and an all-city Goodmond ((6-3)), 245)); Mays 4 / 4ci

full back. ends Mike Floyd(67,219)andRonald ( ) 0 ___ _

Prize catches were Blanche Berry (6-2,185)).
Ely's Lynn Bostic and Miami Ely tackles, John William
Jackson's Oscar Anderson. ((218)) and Eddie Bryant (6-2, : '
280)) and Dillard and Willie :: .
s Gaither signed Oscar An- Williams ((6-4, 195)). E
derson to a football scholar- Delray Beach Carver's end 1i SO
r ship along with three Jackson Billy Plummer ((6-3, 208)) and

3 linemen. Anderson,all-city halfback Greg Dobson ((180))
second team pick, has been and Seacrest ends Ernest Williams
touted as the best college run (6-2, 200))and Leon Jenkins
.. ning prospect in Dade because ((6-0,180)). Make way for the championl! Amelia Lucas, of

.s: Washington, D. C., prepares to blast a drive down

Left to right: Times Sports Editor Harry Spear, Father the fairway of the City of Miami Golf Course at

Theodore Gibson,who rendered the invocation;Norman McBride .; Miami Springs. She is practicing for the 16th annual
Willie Pearson and Eugene (Mercury) Morris.
r North-South Golf Tournament, of which she

NEW DOLPHINS WELCOMED TO CLUBThe was winner of the women's championship last year.

The North-South tourney is being i played at the

first five 1969 draft choices of the Miami Dolphins- Miami Springs Course through Saturday. Miami-
were officially welcomed to the club on Monday.For .
Metro Department of Publicity and Tourism photo.
starters there's Bill Stanfill, defensive tackle (end)

from the University of Georgia, who was picked the outstanding ,
interior collegiate lineman in the nation last year, and 9
Eugene (Mercury) Morris,running back from West Texas State
who gained more ground rushing than anybody else in the his- "'"
tory of college football. "MY
Stanfill was the Dolphins first pick, Morris number three.
Husky Bob Heinz, defensive tackle from the University of the

Pacific, was the second selection,Norman McBride,line backer .A TIME"An
from the University of Utah, was number four.and the fifth
was cornerback Willie Pearson, from North Carolina A&T.
All five were in Miami Monday to attend a luncheon in honorof PHIL DIXON ,
the Dolphins co-sponsored by the City of Miami and the III
- - - - - - - -- -
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.At .

the conclusion of the past college football season, Stan- x 3b 4.aW An open letter to baseball owners."I think you are wrong!"
fill was voted the Outland trophy by the Football Writers Association
been I should side
6f Having a player some years ago, readily
,. This award goes annually" to the player ad Judged the with the players; but I've studied the controversy, talked with
"outstanding interior lineman. faA players and come up with my own conclusions. The general
Morris is the holder of the NCAA career rushing record, a managers, owners field managers'and scouts, that I've talked'with
total of 3,388 yards picked up in the past three seasons. gave me the idea that the players a gripe; but every
Heinz, who is six-foot-six and 265 pounds,came the longest would like to tradition needs tradition
the ? Rico one see upheld. No one
distance to make the affair all the from Stockton Calif. future Jack Nicklaus in making
way when you feel it in the pocketbook. And I still know hundreds
And McBride, from Utah, also travelled a far piece. Pearson, Williams of New York City gives some pointers to of ex-baseball players who didn't make too much when they
a speedster who has been timed in 9.7 in the 100 is from Williams former
his five-year-old son Gerrard. a were playing; and today are struggling to make living. Mostof

North Carolina. Miamian, is in town compete in the 16th annual these guys played over ten years and are receiving nothing
from the pension fund. Baseball is too well established to let
SUNDAY North South Golf tournament, Feb. 18-22, at the
it be hurt, by people who don't even want to talk!
City of Miami Golf Course' at Miami Springs. -

Gulfstream Park's annual Open House and Watch the Workouts Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicity! &, Tourism photo. Washington D. C. has come up with another coup-ted Williams
Is set for Feb. 23.
program The white house has Dick Nixon, the Redsklns'cam up
House hours will be from 8 to 10 a.m. with admissionand
North South Golf with Vince Lombardi and now the Senators come up with Ted.
parking free and children invited when accompanied by an -
No one knows what kind of manager Ted will make; but I per-
adult. There also will,be freejsua visors,post cards and bro
sonally have reservations. As a player,he and the press and
chures distributed. Journey' Gets UnderwayAmong public never had too good of a relationship, however as a
Events of the day will be described by Gulfstream's track
manager he will be subjected to both Just about all day. Lots
announcer Jack Riggs.. He'also will doa running commentaryon
earliest entries in Thursday and Friday the of luck Ted.
the workouts,with information suppliedby veteran clockers, the 16th annual North-South first 36 holes will be played,
Barney Berman and Teddy Tamer. Golf Tournament, February after which each flight will be
The Miami Floridians are assured a spot in the Eastern
the riders will not be stable silks ,
Although wearing these
18-22, Is defending champion cut to low 12 and ties. The Divisional
play-offs. Currently they head the division. I don'tAwant
two, through long experience,can readily Identify the thorough '
Doran Doucet, from Windsor final round will be played Sat
breds and the second to say I told you so; but I did mention the fact, that this
provide necessary split timing. Mills ;
Quebec." Canada. urday. ,team was a pretty good one."Go get'm Floridians" The Bullsof
All questions on phase of thoroughbred racing will be
Doucet who two
: won by Among the social activities
Northwestern are in a most unique position this ,week. They
answered of trainers and Gulfstream'spretty
a special
I by panel
strokes in 1968 with 54-hole planned at the Everglades '
are in a position to wrapup one championship;(GMAC) and
Answer Girls who will be on the ground level.
card of 225 Miamian hotel
over headquarters are a get- ,start winning another (the State). They face the Conchs of Key
the House entrance to
For Open program, the track will be
Harvey Breaux, the City acquainted party, a fashion ,West who have lost very few games at home;but the Bulls beat
the main
on U. S.1 through grandstand gates.
Miami Golf Course at Miami show buffet dinner and
the Maroon Devils at home, and I look for them_to beat the
Springs, site of this year's awards ball. Conchs on their home court.A .
event. Entry fee is $ 25 for men
GRAMBLING: PLAYERS DRAFTED The Canadian heads an expected and $23 for women. Ernest
I field of nearly 300 men Hayes, 5601 NW 18 Ave., is couple of quick notes: The Dolphins introduced some of
Grambling upheld its reputation as a premier producer of, and women golfers from all in charge of the tournament. their draft choices at luncheon this week; and I noticed they
professional football players by having eight gridders selected over the country and the Ba Spectators are welcome, are finally going "soul." For those of you who have not been
in the recent AFL-NFL draft. hamas. free of charge. told, the classes of 29,39, 49 and 59 from Booker T. Wash
Celebritiestoo,are expected ington are planning a re-union. This column will keep you informed -
Only Notre Dame with 11 and TexasA&Mwho finished sec- such as former heavyweight OPEN BURDINE'S on the details as I get them.

ond with nine,>produced more players. champion Joe Louis; YOUTH CENTER

Gram ltng tied University of Southern California, Arizona baseball star and business executive OPENS TO ALL Next week Fll have talked to some of the participants in the'
State and Minnesota for third place with eight. Jackie Robinson, and The guraine's xoutn center North-South Golf Classic being held at Miami Springs. A few
former Olympic runner Herb offers numerous recreationaland old friends I know are in town;and I know they will make good 4
The other top producers in the draft were Kansas, Purdue, Douglas. cultural activities in the copy.

I I.u Houston and,Tennessee with seven. Amelia Lucas, from Washington afternoon for the youth of the

D.C, defending champ community. The center Is open COACH OF THE YEAR
ion of the women's Championship from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., Monday ,

5 yr. Service Guarantee nAND NEYI Flight, is returning.. through Friday and 10 Roger Coffey, who brought Delray Carver from nowhere to
'' VACUUM CLEANER Miss Lucas announced she a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.A the Class B state championship in two years,was named state
Q was bringing the entire membership few of the coming activities high school football coach of the year Saturdayby the Florida
SPECIAL PRICE of her golf association are: (1) a talent show, Sports Writers Association.

I$1850 with her for her personal gal- Thursday, Feb. 20, 7 p.m.
(youth center). Coffey, a former Bethune-Cockman College quarterback,
EASY TERMS lery.Play began Tuesday with a (2) A field trip, Friday, Feb. edged out Nick Kotys, coach of Class AA Chamion Coral

7 ft. ho.. Free Home Demonstration qualifying round, following 21, North Miami playhouse, Gables, and Bill Wagoner, coach ot Class C champion Apaliaiicola -
Rug tool which the field will be divideinto dThousand I see the play, "A Chapman.
Uph. attachment No Obligation flights according to score. Clowns."

** Crevice Ext. wand tool CAL L6251261ABBEY Wednesday was a practice (3) Enrichment Program, Sportsman of the week: Dennis Peaks too bad'they got
day while the committee sets (youth center), Saturday, 10 scared of you and put you on the committee this year.
DOMESTIC, 15982 H. W. 27th venue up paring and starting times:i am*to 1 p.m. The entire com Until the next meeting, be a good sport and Til see you at r
for the huge field of entrants, munity is welcome. one of the games. '



MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969 29
: :::::::::::::: :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::.::::::::::: again at a later date. If affirmative '
1 How To Avoid I
E :; REAL cS then ask a series of
1 :jb questions designed to obtain King Realty Inc. of Miami science has made pendable relief. Pick up a tube
: .:? the necessary Information. remarkable progress in care of ora-Jel. Apply to affected
TM"R Ask for the rent figures for King Siu REALTORS 8000 NW 7th of the teeth. Although toothpastes area, in seconds pain is alle
A ;;N, each apartment to determine DADE(OUR COL'NTY A vet have been improved, it viated. This relief is Just tem
:: By FREDTBETTELHEIM :::: Income until receive
and for the expense KINGDOM is necessary to follow through porary you can
JR.1::E figures for taxes, Insurance, with the proper diet that helps professional care. Ora-Jel
1 11D;; licenses, water and electricity CALL keep teeth strong and eliminate available at all drug stores.

:E.,:..:,!:t :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.-::: : and any other utilities, and 643'2E91; foods that can cause cavi
other ties. It is most essential that
First; another thought abou. any expense items. You
need to know the specific you visit your dentist regu-
the real estate business
how good -
mortgage details the larly so he may prevent or DIVERSIFIEDPUBLIC
is for Two of the
: face amount of the mortgage. correct dental problems. SERVICE
great problems of our soclet]y
and the But sometimes toothaches ANDNOTARY
remaining principal
are capital and labor.As a real 1 I
balance the happen unexpectedly. When
original number PUBLIC
estate salesman, you are independent -
,, of years and the time still to this occurs and you are away
both. You do nol *
run, the interest rate who from home, or the pain strikes
you need have capital to hire to any Invest labor.; nor You dc: holds the mortgage, and, the I, NEW HOME. CORNER. Gorgeous, 3 bedroom, 2 t at night or weekends, there is STANLEY SWEETING
breakdown of the current bath built something you can use for de- Public Relations
in and
enjoy the idependence of a professional .J' range oven. I II
monthly payments between ,1 Consultant
physician or person attorney, without a t principal and Interest and any I 2 BEDROOM stove, refrigerator, well and pump. I ALBERT Theatrical Editor
escrow items that be in- Fenced, FHA terms.
may Only $9500.
having undergone the time and cluded. Of course, you must I I Mrs. Annie F. Johnson died The Miami Times

expense involved in theirtrafn1ng ask how much the owner is 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH, only $700 down, no quail- I February 14 at JMH.Services NA1-7203
will be held Saturday in the
asking for the property, and fying. $85 month. Place
Now, back: to the problemsof I chapel. She is survived by two 6351 NW
be sure to ask clearly if this I
listing that we were dis sale price figure includes the BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM,wall to wall carpeting, sisters, one brother-in-law, Bunche Park
cussing. Suppose that you finda customary real estate com- central heat, Fla room, built in range and I five nieces, nephews, Opa-locka, Florida w
four unit building in the grand and great grand nieces.
area mission. How much cash down I oven, garage, awnings, well, pump and :prink.I I
you are canvassing. What do payment Is required? Will thee lers, $16,800 FHA.
do First write down .
you ? th seller take back a purchase I I
address and the main details; money mortgage (instead of INCOME PROPERTY, CORNER.$17SOO includes I
approximate age, kind of roof cash of the
as part purchase pool. REAL ESTATE SALESMEN
and windows, etc. Then check price) for the balance? '
the name and address and With all these answers, you I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE i Old established real estate office has opening for two

phone number of the owner. are ready to sit down with your HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWe I or more licensed salesmen. Exceptional opportunity
There are several ways of sales manager or your broker I specialize in homes for displaced to those who can qualify. For appointment, call Edison
checking ownership. You can and make up a schedule of annual in Urban Renewal persons Miami being I Realty, Realtor, 7512441.Sewing .
area, Housing
look at the mailboxes for the
income and This
expense. Projects. Veterans call to see if you qualify.
owner or manager and speak is a financial analysis of the You're only a phone call I
with them or another of the property. Along with Inspection away.
tenants. Or, you can look for of the building itself and of L_____ __ _______ _t
the city and state licensesthat the area In which it is located,
are supposed to be dis- this schedule will show
played, usually in the hallwayor whether or not it is a good buy, MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE .IN THE
the meter room. If you are or' what revisions of the fig- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

in a hurry and don't want to ures may be necessary to APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. "REPAIR SPECIAL"CUan
get out of the car Just then,you make it salable. Next week we
can check the public tax rolls will continue with listing de- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. & 011 50

for ownership. If these are not tails on houses and apart- PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! **Adjust ck .11 TensionsCh Wiring $2

available at your real estate ments, and also get started *Adjust[ Belt Tendons Total Cost
office, they can be found at the with the selling phase of the *De Int Thread Mechanlcm In Your
court house, or at the officeof business with some ideas Inspect & Lubricate Motor Home
the Miami Board of Real- about how we attract prospec-
Call 625-1261 Or 625-0724
tors, if you are a member.The tive buyers. I

Board offers this service to its, .' ....... g$1 REALTY ,
members by phone. Some- Jackson ToddleInn
times, an easy way is to lookin IROKER AUTO INSURANCELow

the street list phone books, To Observe Premium Rates I'

,either Bresser's.Polk's If City these Directoryor are not Founders Day OPEN 7 DAYS ',' a Low Monthly Payments X

available at Immediate SR-22 Filings
your office, you "Give honor to whom honoris
can use them at the Miami due" with this slogan in FIND SECURITY WITH OFFICE HOURS ;' "
Public Library or at the MI- mind a group of interested INVESTMENT PROPERTIESWe Mon. Thru Frl. 930-7iOO

ami Board of Realtors office. parents civic leaders and have several suplexes as wellos 5 and 6 unit Sat. 9i30-4iOO

You are now ready to phone educators have formed com- buildings that you can buy with a low down payment BROWN REALTY & INSURANCE AGENCY
the owner, though you may mittees to plan the observanceof and reasonable monthly payments. Have in*
prefer to mall him a form 4740 NW 7th Avenue
for "Jack-
Founders Day come and live/ rent free, too.
letter first to ask for a listingand son's Toddle Inn" the first licensed 754-0655
then phone as a followup.The of colorin >
letter serves as an ex- Florida.kindergarten ;': WILL:SE t'fORJ: A VALUATIONJ

cellent dooropener.When This, school was founded by Fully furnished ,3,bedioom, 2 bath, CBS home.on'F ,r 4

you get the owner on Miss Ida Bell Jackson, a former ; .!itarft beoutilul Iy;landscaped .corner, ; fJliTf'oolyarportsllliiig ; ASK FOR GENE KEMP
the phone or speak with himin teacher in the Dade *glais doors'to rear, patio', IprllkVf. OR, DOTTIE ,BRADLEY
person, what do you say? County Public Schools who at i,:If* syittttt, .sea view owning( jolouel window*,:,
That is easy. Just introduce that time saw the need for a r.ibullHn' ') kitchen :with modern, appliance. ,,..::,FHA Ji ((1)) 3283 NW 52nd St. -1 bedroom. $350 dwn.
yourself and ask if the build- Jpilc*$18,000 $8 00 down, $J21.53 manth
sound basic education for pre- ,. ;, , :: ; ty
Ing is for sale. If the answeris schoolers.Mrs. > ((2)) 2 bedroom, FHA $300 down.

negative, mark the tact on Eugenia Bell is chair WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION '
a tickler file to be: checked man. 3 bedrooms,2 baths, CBS home. 2411 NW 86th'St., ((3)) 3 bedroomFHA, ,, ., $350 down.: '" ,

uwru Large Fla room, large landscaped gounds with I ''', ,
TEENAGE rear patio, barbeque, panelled walls, 'gas heat, .((4)) 3 bedroom, 2 car garage Exclusive, area., '
air conditionersappliances. FHA price $18,000,
a Feb. 22, 4:00'p.m.. INCOME

Primary "C" School NO QUA .iF rlNa NO RED TAPE'*: y J j Veterans $100 Down ,

Corner 3 bedroom, 2 both CBS. ,1792 NW,49thSt{'1

1 1 Drapes, wall to wall carpeting, ,appllancesread,; ;f; Ford Realty Inc. Broker
sonable cash down payment, takeover FHA mortgage ':, ,

1 ..f.S or less than $10,000. payable $88.40 monthpays < 3639.NW 15th Ave. 635-4595 <

; R all. # t;,
t' '.
ray back



month. 693-4772 I IF NO ANS. 754-6733 Ii,
: FHA-CBS. Large corner lot. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath,
'Y : $9,000. $400 down. $63.97 month. '

Money available for FHA-2 BDRM. 1 bath, gar.vynl firs, Ige grounds,
first and second }y j /'
$12,500, $500 down, $89.64 month.
mortgage loans on
CBS or frame houses I KINCHENS : FHA-CBS. Comfort &; Beauty, 3 bdrms, 2 baths ,
Absolutely I HESTER
make any, the kind loan no unless chargeof to you.we I: (formerly of Cctte Rosette) 4932, NW ',7fh Ave., : Fla rm., gar,tile rf, $21O OI,775' dwn$146.67month.

has joined the staff of '
Coll: FR 3.3304 II I I Sylvia's World of "r, PL 9-4371 : FHA-CBS.5 bdrms,2 baths,2 kitchensden, ut &

I Beauty work rm, $21,000. $1,500 down, $146.67 month.

MORTGAGE Phone: 751.9128 SUITE 208 624-3666 2 bdrms, 1 bath, vynl firs, $12,100. $1,100

COMPANY Specializing hair beauty in needs all your Open Evenings Sundays down. $100 month pays'all.THE .


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30 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, February 21, 1969CLASSIFIED _


The lady from the miracle
I' land, gifted reader and advi-
20 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL I WORD.. sor will solve any problemsyou Program One .Year

) \ DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. have, no matter what. -
Problems such love
f N I ''I as marriage WASHINGTON. President Corps and Head Start to
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT health, etc. First time Nixon endorsed the present other agencies.In .

$79 MONTH PAYS ALL 3 bedroom home in perfect Efficiency. Partly furnished. here In United States, she invites federal anti-poverty program a closed meeting with
to and
Small 2 bedroom CBS nice condition. 2167 NW 60th St, Single or couple. No children. you come see her. and asked for a one-year extension congressmen, Daniel p.
and clean. Only $200 down. $93 monthly pays everything $22 week. 826 NW 76th St. She will answer one free Ques- of the Office of Eco- Moynihan said the Job Corps
tion will
over the phone. She
nomic Opportunity in a mes- would go,to the Labor Department -
Total $8500 total. Block (Broker
FHA A. Ben- $11,700 S. heal the sick. She will make
Kori, Realtory, anytime 759- ) 751-9618 or 624-7371. 1 bedroom cottage,unfurnished sage to Congress Wednesday. .
2425. Open house Saturday and City water. Couple only. you feel that you are some- Nixon's message informed Head Start, the showcase

Sunday afternoon. $80 month Vicinity 41st St. body again. For appointmentsand Congress of his decision to pre-school program, of OEO,
Take over payments, G.E. and 23rd Ave. NW 691-4668. directions call 7585915Do delegate operating authorityfor would go to the Health, Educa-

color TV. Goodyear, service FHA $450 down $100 moth. two programs the Job tion and Welfare Department

stores, 900 Biscayne Blvd. 3 bedrooms, CBS.Appliances, 3115 NW 65th St. 2 bedrooms, you have time on your
377-8321. (Feb. 28)) tile floors, Jalousie windows, $22 week. 3737973.A hands? You don't know whatto
do? Please donate
awnings freshly painted ia and your
$350 DOWN FHA out. Ride, by 3031 NW 163rd nice clean air conditionedroom time to us and help fight Leu- Harlem Globetrotters

1867 NW ,46th Street St. and call TUBIN Realtor, in a private home. Call kemia, too! Call Leukemia

Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, fresh- 7906 NW 7th Ave., 691-4785 after 4:30: p.m. 759-6088. Society of America 373-2624.
ly painted Inside and out. Va- (Mar. 8)) Coming Herelosses.

cant. Hurry, this will sell fast. FHA $450 down. $100 month Room private bath. Workingman
Allapattah Realty, 6330426.. preferred, 634-8648. Month of MARCH is Leukemia The Harlem Globetrotters Their competition at

6, Carol City. FHA $900 down. month volunteers needed to will work their basketball the Convention Hall will be
160- NW 69th STREET Modern 4 bedroom, 3 bath Room for one man. 691-8159. visit neighbors please call magic Friday and Saturday, provided by the Washington

Drive by this lovely big 2 bed- CBS, terrazzo floors,Jalousie 1873 NW 65th Street. .Leukemia Society of America March 7 and 8,at Miami Beach Generals.The .
373-2624. (Mar. 8))
room CBS plus sleeping porch. windows, 2 RC air conditioners Convention Hall. games will be backedby
Room for man only. 18th Ave. The Globetrotters founded'
Also 2 car garage with apart and central heat. Large entertainment personalities -
ment. You pay only $96 month fenced yard and patio. TUBIN NW 83rd St. Call 634-6602 SEWING MACHINE by the late Abe Saperstein, the Globetrotters have
from 4
with rental. $1300 down FHA.A. Realtors, 7906 NW 7th Ave. p.m. have performed for 60,000000 ,- discovered in their travelsfor
1968 zigzag portable. Zlg fans in 87 countries duringthe
Ben-Kori,Realtor,anytime 691-4785. Room 2141 NW 70th St. 691- sag slightly u..d. No attachments past 42 seasons. pre-game and halftime
759-2425. shows.
6590. needed to mono Going into this season the
Park. 2 modern ,
Washington gram, overcast, make but*
CBS homes on large lot. 3 ton holes, controls built in. Trotters had played 9,607 Game time is 8:30 both
GOOD USED CLOTHINGSold bedrooms in each home. Tile Apartment $18 week. 1 bed- Sews with 1 or 2 needles. games with 9,285 wins and 322 nights.
for the whole family. room, unfurnished. Free gas Full price $31.84 or assume .
Open 10 to 6 Tuesdays thru roof, terrazzo floors, awning and water. 6039 NW 24th Ave. payments of $3.10
Saturday. CLOTHES RACK, windows, ideal for mother and monthly. For free home I r------------- ,
daughter. FHA $2,100 down. demonstration, call Credit
14122 NW 27th Avenue. 685- HELP WANTED
0322. TUBIN Realtor, 7906 NW 7th Mgr. until 9 p.m. No obli t Miami Times Ads Don't ,
(M. 14))
Ave.6914785. Beauty operator wanted. 691- gation. If toll, call collect!
9392 or 751-7449. (Feb.28) 9223528.
3 NW 36th Street, is now
for .ale. Good inventory, low "No qualifying" this 4 years TRUCK MECHANIC '
beautiful home Including - -- -- ---- --
rent, 12 years on this street.
Priced right Good opportunity. drapes, awnings, wall to Permanent Job, secure future U. S. CIVIL SERVICE
Studio space No phone wall carpet, built in oven and with large established com- JOBS

calls please, See Sam. range, plus many extras.Take pany. Excellent benefit pro- Men and Women FEMALE HELP WANTED
over present mortgage.$4,000 18 to 65
Prefer applicant with
(FE. 21)) gram.
down pay men t. Excellent established residence in this Start as high as $4680 first Flatwork feeders and folders. Earn extra money. We

terms, Drive by 1059 NW 73rdSt. area. Good work references year. U. S. Citizens only. accept high school students, 18 years of age. Full time,
2 store building 757 NW 62nd then call Fenster Realty, required Apply Sealtest Grammar school education part time, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., 8 a.m. to 12 noon, 12 noon
Street. Zoned C-4. Goodbusi- : usually sufficient. Keep to 8 Good full benefits
Broker, 759-8779. Foods, 17707 NW Miami Ct. your present lob while p.m. wages, no experience,
I ness section. Terms. 693- training. Low monthly we teach you. No phone calls please. Ask for Mr.
an equal opportunity employer
2509. Parking space available Corner lot for sale. Carver's ". tuition payments. For free Findley, National Linen Service, 1950 NW let Ave.
Ranches. 50x140. 691-9314 or information and list of

comp property. House and 634-7486. (Feb. 14)) FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS train positions, mall for coupon which we to

duplex on 2 lots. $11,600- JANITORN. ALPHA, 905 Buena Vista
600 down. Month income $250 $96 MONTH PAYS ALL E. AREA Station, Miami, Fla. 33137. JOIN NOW!
Payments $115. 633-4650. Fenced corner with nice small Minimum $76 per week
2 bedroom CBS. $11,500 total, Monday-Friday, 12 noon to 8 NAME: AND SUPPORT THE

Beauty equipment. Modern. with $350 down. A. Ben-Kori, p.m.; Saturday 4 p.m. to 12 ADDRESS: Carver YMCAMembership

Ten stations Will finance Realtor, anytime 759-2425. midnight. Free uniforms, insurance CITY ISTATE

through bank.Reasonable peo- retirement plan,
ple. No money down. 1968 air CBS 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, Fla. credit union, paid vacation. Drive

condition. Call 534-1469 for room, dining room. Heat and Must have good local refer- PHONE: AGE--

an appointment or MO 5-6761 air conditioning, storage ences. Telephone: 3731997for Call 696.0231 .. Send your membership to:
house in rear.Shown weekendsall additional information '
ATLANTIC CITY, day. 2388 NW 88th St.691- an equal opportunity employer 5770 NW 15th AVENUE

NEW JERSEY 8118. Youth $3.00 Teenage $5.00 Adult $10.00
8 room house I Aluminum PORTER in getting 1968SINGER Family $25.00 Century $100.00

storm shutters and screens. 3 bedrooms, Fla. room, awnings ahead. Light cleaning duties CONSOLE
New hot water heater,oil heat. double garage, conven- and maintenance for apartment -
Slightly used In
Partly furnished blocks iently located to schools, building. No experience stylish cabinet. Makes zigzag button .
from beach. Owner retiringin buses, businesses. Shown by necessary. Age 17-45. Start- holes, sews on buttons, T

Florida. Full price $6,000for appointment only. 757-6507. ing salary $75, rapid. Increases monograms,appliques i ,overcasts T1flf $5 Down
quick sale. 584-5422. for worker who proves and blind hem stitch.
All without
$500 down. Noclosing costs or himself. 377-8021. All controls built In. Full I
INVESTMENT'OPPORrUNITY' qualifying. 2230 NW 93rd St.
price or assume pay. ON
2 bedroom CBS. Price$11,500
CHILDCARE ments of $6 monthly.' For
17 UNITS (ALL FURNISHED) 531-3184 or 371-1905. free home demonstration, '
This is a chance to give your- call Credit Mgr. until 9 pm. iir
Childcare, ages from 2 up.
No obligation. If toll, call
self a good. income oppor- CHURCH I 1 1 PROPERTY r
For further information call collect. 9223528. (indf)
tunity. Take advantage of this Large area 125 x 143 suitablefor 634-0097.
excellent investment of these church. Large home on lot
17 units. One mortgage. Callus at present but can be converted -
sitter in
Baby my home. 7 -
for all details. Fenster for church use must be
3:30: Monday through. Friday.
Realty, Broker, 759-8779. seen to appreciate on NW 70th 693-0477.
4 .Mot St. near 7th Avenue. Call Jean

4731 NW 15th Avenue. CBS Fenster for appointment to Private Free pick "

2 bedrooms, Fla. room, stove show. Fenster Realty, Broker up and food. For more infor- ,1....
tile roof, oak floors, nice! 759-8779. mation call 757-2791. (F. 21) teyK-WMJAWB ,
Total price $13,850. No qualifying. 11futnI *
We can arrange down 3 bedroom 2 bath beauty Childcare from 6

payment and monthly payment car p 0 r t e, hardwood floors, months to 5 years. Free pick iwra1 TV's STEREOS

to suit you. Be first -- see nice location, near schools, up and delivery. For further

.; .. today. Aetna Realty, Broker, bus. FHA $17,500 call for information call 758-2472.
757-5724. 811 NW 54th St. all information, etc. Fenster

:. a Open 7 days., Realty, Broker, 759-8779. Childcare in my home. Your HAS & FURNITURE
t, child will be given the best of
.. 1351 NW, 51st Terrace CBS, DRIVE BY care. I do not pick up children. IMMEDIATEOPENINGS
: 2 bedroom, Fla. room, oak 1938 NW 93rd TERRACE If interested Call 7598335.MISCELLANEOUS 3790900PHONE

floors, tile roof, FHA$12,500, 3 bedrooms, 11/2 bath, large FOR
: No costs. screened porch, tile floors,
$400 down. closing JANiTORSPART BETWEEN 1
a.m. & 10
$200 down, FHA term $100 p.m.
(vets and 221 people $100) Party wants to rent apart-
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry, Atena month pays all. Realtor, Phil ment or house. Call 681-3607 TIME NIGHTS Sundays Included

Realty, (Broker)' 757-5724' ,8U Perry, Inc. 642-0461. Good Pay

NW 54th St. Open 7 days. LIKE 'NEW CBS Fringe Benefits F&M TV

3020 NW 58th Street DRAPERIEStaken Apply in Person

FHA 2 bedroom CBS, $300 Real beauty! 2 bedrooms, 'down, cleaned, decorator 309 NW 2nd AVENUEMF 425 E 9th St.

down, $63 month. Seller pays large living room, dining folded and rehung.Drap- 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.Ind.f.
all closing costs. Tubin Real- ery rods installed. LUSTRA/
room utility room. Only $400 PHONE AND
tor, 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691- down. Vets with 221 $100. TONE DRAPERY SERVICE. ( )

; 4785. Owner 693-2631. 887-8022


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UM Students In Human RelationsGet


Ghetto ExperienceTwentytwo

seniors majoring taught by Dr. Walter Zand, ami agencies: the Model Cities
In human relations at the associate professor parttimeat Program, the Greater Miami hs

University of Miami are ob- UM and Florida area di- Urban League, Community

taining practical experiencein rector of theAmoricanJewjshCommittee. Relations Board, the American j

the field, in ghettos and Jewish Committee, and .

other disadvantaged areas, as Cooperating in the intern- Christian Community Services .
part of their course work, ship program are seven Mi- r. KI

In addition, three studentsare

working in the area of police

E fc community' relations one
with the Coral Gables Police

0 NEIGHBORHOOD 0 Department and the other with I

the Dade County Sheriffs Of- I \

? fice.The I
P SERVICES internees will work
with Head Start and Day Care Se +

Programs and will provide I

tutorial services both for I

adults and children, In addi-
tion to
serving as volunteersin

OPERATION IMPROVEMENT: teaching arts, crafts,cera- ,
mics, ballet, music and all ; v
The Housing Committee's home Improvement campaign Is
areas of sports. {
making remendous progress. Twenty ($20.00) dollars were They will work in areas including Fire Check Coconut Grove Area I
donated to the campaign by an anonymous person Mr. Bob the Inner City, Liberty InspectorsAs .

Pressnall ,of Homestead,. donated five (5) gallons of paint, City and the Cuban comnun-,
paint brushes and tar. orderedbytheCityCom- 'Clark, City Manager Melvin apartment house.. The majority '

Any community i donations for Operation Improvement" ity.In mission recently city Man- ]Reese, Fire Chief L. L. Ken-' involved absence of fire
may be taken 'to the office of the Area Director, Mr. Willie conjunction with,the pro- ager M. L. Reese reports that :i ney'and Commissioner David' extinguishers. .

Brown, 570' N.W. 4th Street in Florida City.. Donation will be dent gram, an eight-member is stu- on January 24, at 12:30 p.m., :I Kennedy. _. Kenney did acknowledge that
picked up,:If donors so desire. For further Information, call survey team workingon City of Miami Fire,Inspectors Fire Chief L. L.' Kenney landlords in the main do abide
247-2068.. UMcampusinChristlanJewish launched a door-to-door'Fire found 589 fire violations in an by these regulations, :but extinguishers ,
'- relations,. to find out Inspection and Survey in the inspection of Coconut Grove are easy to steal.
COMMUNITY ACTION: the images students have of
Coconut Grove area. The first

The Community Organizer, along with the block club presi- each other. part of this inspection-survey : Ate
The varied backgrounds of t
dents are now In the planning stage finding ways and meansas was completed at 4 p.m. on :j
to how to raise monies for a community bus. Some of the the student interns include; a February 8. j Business Opportunity

projections are (1) Talent Shows-with local and National former U. S. Army helicopterpilot In addition to fire hazards
Bill Helmuth; a former noted these fire
talent. (2) Carnivals-at various schools. Inspectorsnoted
and student
English teacher
After a long and hard struggle, The Baker's Block Club in sanitary conditions i
liason worker from
Florida City, is now seeing progress. Mr. Harry Kaplin of needing attention, abandoned CONCESSIONAIRSWANTED
an Israeli kibbutz A II c e Da- !
Miami Beach is now In the process of eliminating the problemsthey automobiles, overgrown lots,
han a communications coun- !
are having with the apartments. Some of the problemsare ; building deterioration, elec-
selor at Miami Dade Junior
bad doors, drainage. electrical outlets and sinks, only to Fries trical deficiencies and prob- ,
College-South, Harry ;
name a few. able plumbing and gas instal-
an Army Reserve Medical lations needing repairs.These !
SOUTH MIAMI NEIGHBORHOOD CENT Corps Instructor, Roy Ames; conditions were listed as vioj
and President of the University -
CREDIT UNION lations and referred to the ] ,
of Miami's! UndergraduateS
proper j
Councilman Ed Bramson was the guest speaker at the "An- t u den t Government, Mike Follow-up Inspections for |

nual Meeting" of the South Miami Federal Credit Union on Abrams. corrective action will be made j Games Photos /

January 31, in the Youth Opportunity Center. His subject was on all,fire code violations not-
the "Incentive of Joining the Credit Union." .'
Urban Renewal ed, Reese promised. I s
The audience entertained with solos Center ,
was by Manager,
In above picture three new j tole"eI
Tyrone Seymour, singing "The Lords Prayer" and Mrs.D, GroundbreakingMonday delsel fire trucks are inspec- I j jewelry

V. Brundage singing, "Just a Closer Walk With Thee". Com- ted by Miami City Commis-

ments from our Area Director, Theodore Johnson. City of sioners Maurice Ferre,. Mrs Shows
South Miami, Mayor Jack Block and Councilman Ed Holly Athalie Range, Mayor Steve I Clothing

brought greeting and Joined in serving the refreshments. Ecumenical Developments, Rides
President Jessie Brown was Master of Ceremony.: The
Inc. has taken title to and is way right of way.
occasion was highly attended by the citizens and adjournedwith the owner of Tract 1 Central The group plans to break

a sumptuous repast prepared by members of the Advisory Miami General Neighborhood ground at the NW corner of

Board. Renewal Area. 5th Place and NW 20th St. at Or What Have You

The South Miami Area Director, Theodore.Johnson is now The Tract Is bounded on the 1:30 p.m. Monday, February

located at the Kendrix Bldg., 6950 N. Kendall Drive, in suite south by NW 20th Street; on 24. We hope that you will come

102, Dadeland. With his efficient secretary Marcia to the north by NW 21st Terrace,' share 'with us this great CONTACT GEORGE MacLEAN

greet you. Drop in contractbyphone(665-8611)( ) and let him on the east by NW 5th Place moment in the history of our Funland Park, 7850 NW 27th Avenue '

help you with your problems. and on the west by the express- community

President's Council on Youth OpportunityI'M


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