The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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System ID: UF00028321:00525

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Vole 47, No. 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, '1969 15* t ?za

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Miami police are combing curity guard, of 2187 NW;80th by a second gunman. ,
the city In search of three St. 1 e wv 1d
Mitchell was killed by one +
believed responsible Police said the ordered -
young men gunmen
shot In the chest, police said.
for the wanton slaying of Burgess, who was in
three people during two hold- uniform, not to reach for his The store owner and two 1
ups of grocery stores Fridayand gun. Then one of them shot customers also were shot.The '
Saturday nights. him twice In the chest. No one owner, Jessie McCurdy, 60 S d 4i I
Lawrence Blades, 74 year was certain whether the guard of 3049 NW 32nd St., was shot '
old employee of Stones Grocery had attempted to disobey the once in the stomach as he \

700 NW FourthAve.was gunman's order. stood at a cash register.Cus- ,\t, 'r .)
killed Friday night about six One customer told police tomer Nathaniel Black, 37, '\:
o'clock during a holdup. that the same robber who shot of 1310 NW 42nd St., was hit 1J 1
Police investigators said Burgess then Jumped up on in the left leg. Jesse Secrest, 'i1 ,i';
three young black men walk the meat counter and fired 42, another customer, of 14000 \ ,j"i,
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ed into'the market armed with down at Mitchell.Another wit- NW Eighth Ave., was shot in ,.".." #'i>" ",, ,. '",'
pistols. There were seven or ness said the butcher was shot the left hand. .. --- r, .1fi".-.... .' 'r: \
eight customers in the storeat
the time. OUR LADY l>y Sister Mary of the Compassion, O.P., internationally

The holdup men ordered Fr. Gibson Recipient Of known as a mural list before she entered the cloister of the Dominican Sistersof I

everyone to He down on the the Perpetual' Rosary, Union City, N. J.Mrs. .
floor, then turned and shot
Blades, who was sitting on a Human Relations AwardFather
box at one side of the store,
Martin Luther King Jr. Named f
several times said.
police Theodore R.Gibson, will highlight the annual meet- ,
One of the three then went Honorary Canon of St. Luke'sCathedral ing of the Florida Regional
behind the counter where store
Diocese of South Board of the Anti-Defamation
owner Harry Nathan was Florida, will be honored with League. One Of World Outstanding Women
standing and removed cash the 1969 Leonard L.Abess Hu- William L. Pallet,chairman ;'j
drawer from the register and Relations Award it was of the awards declared
man committee
emptied It of about $400. MrS.. Martin Luther Mng,''(Dr.'Joyce,Brothers, Dr.; Mar and the wives of the Apollo n
announced Henry E. Wolff that "In Fa-
by : naming Jr. 'ranis seventh in Mead actress Katherlne 'astronauts Mrs. Neil
The trio then fled on foot, a national garet Armstrong -
of the Florida ,Re- ther Gibson .
chair.man we recognizing
are \
Ina robbery in 1962, George gional Board of the Anti-De the significant contri- magazine survey' of the Hepburn, Mrs. Lyndon Johnson Mrs. Michael Collins, I
Stone, Nathan's brotherinlaw world's ten'most admired women Mrs. Herbert Humphrey, 'and Mrs.Edwin Aldrin
famation of B'nai B'- butions
League he has made over the .,
was killed by holdup men
years towards improving in-
in the same store. rith.The award is given annually tergroup relations. From the Shirley Chisholm, New York '"

Two men were killed Saturday to publicly recognize the ef- days, years ago, when he led Congresswoman, and actress x
night in a holdup' at Mc- forts made byanindividualfor"furthering the fight in our area against D I a h ann Carroll were run- F
Curdy's Food Market, 950NW the goal of better segregation, to his current ners-up in the poll, which is
36th St. Witnesses said four human relations and contri- efforts to eliminate the remaining to be published in the current
men entered the store about buting substantially to the well inequities faced by (January) issue of Good
10 p.m. when there were about being of the citizens of the minority groups in our society Housekeeping. '
three customers in the store. State of Florida." Father Gibson has pro
Actress Patricia Neal was
Killed were Lewis E. Mit-
The presentation is sched- vided us with a personal example -
chell, 48, a butcher of 811 NW uled to be madeataluncheonat of the power of quiet voted number one position by
179th St., and Harry R. Bur- readers for her quiet courage
the Dupont Plaza Hotel on Feb. courage and personal integ-
gess, 55, a Stacy Patrol,se 1, 1970. The award luncheon rity." and perseverance. Miss Neal
made a triumphant return to
her screen career followinga L"- :
series of massive crippling
strokes. Writer r' TpettfWck'! a. "FREDDIE' LEE PITTS "WILBERT ,LEE )

placed second, and Mrs.
Dwight Eisenhower third. .

MrS Robert"'F.'Kennedy was Pills AND 'LEE DENIED

in fourth position followed by : ..
Mrs, Joseph P. Kennedy, who .1
was fifth. 'The nation's first

i placesixth.lady,Mrs\'Richard Three M.heads Nixon d, BAIL BY HIGH, COURTFreddie

state ,were among the top ten '
Lee Pitts and Wil- pudiated by Curtis (Boo)
K" Queen Elizabeth JI, Mrs. In, bert Lee, are preparing to Adams Jr. to the same crime,
\ P dira Gandhi;viand Mrs Golda spend their seventh Christmas the robbery-kidnap-murder of *

4 Melr, who, ranked eighth,ninthand in Jail for a crime that ,two, Port, St. Joe service_station ,.;' I
tenth, respectively:
another, man confessed to attendants.The 11ft
since 1966. court, however, cut the ..

.: P AI 4w"R The Florida Supreme Court tape-playing session off before :f
I denied bail Monday to the two reaching the point Rosen r

men, who figure .in.the, most: said, was Adams' admission '"
infamous case in Florida's 10'the actual slaying '",r
history. The tape, Rosen insisted, r
w The court ruled 4-1 against "Is part of the record." i
> bail for Pitts and Lee, who He said it had been heard I
have remained in Jail the near by Circuit Judge CharlesHol- r ,
t 3t'r'r ly nine months since a circuit ley of Clearwater before he yI Judge voided their convictionsand decided to overturn the 1963 :

death sentences for a 1963 convictions of Pitts and Let. ..
double murder ,in Port St.Joe. Holly ruled there was a reasonable .- (
United Fund Queen Crowned At FMC doubt as to their innocence ,
Negro College I The prosecution is appealing and also tha the 4'
the If it stands
Six lovely young ladies competed in a fund raising campaign to grasp Pitts and ruling Lee would either be, cut ion had "knowingly or neg- :

the title of "MlssUnited Negro College Fund."Miss Inez ., lovely I released or on trial again. ligently" withheld evidence 41
I__, rJ ....:,:. It, 'JW._ put from their defense that might .. ,
>,coed from Miami, was victorious and was crowned in an eloquent ceremony 0' Defense attorney Maurice have helped them. "t

.'on December. 10 in thee: school's auditorium. Miss Boone will travel to Detroit MRS. CORETTA KING Rosen Monday succeeded in As it stands now, Pitts. 25, o ./

Michigan in February to compete with young ladies from the other Outstanding having the, five-Judge panel, and Lee, 33, are legally In- 1
the United Fund. Other The poll was conducted considering only the questionof nocent unless the prosecution *'
.thirty five member colleges in Negro, College contestants (
a iroong a sampling of 1,000 bail while the appeals are decides to retry them or high> ;
competing for the title were left to right: Constance Young, Va- members: of Good Housekeep- fought, listen to a tape of the er courts upset Holley's rut

nesta Poitier, Deborah Jagoe, Janice Forsett and Shirley K. Thomas. i ng', consumer panel., 1966 confession later re Ing.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES. FRIDAY. December 19,19M
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: Belafonte King, Conyers, Hatcher

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i Aid Black Gubenatorial CandidateATLANTA : y

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Harry Bela- understand the principles on didacy will address itself to
: fonte was among the first of the which Attorney King is running -' the needs of all people. The
nationally-known and state- and his good chances of office of Governor has been j
wide celebrities and Black winning; and we feel, sure there traditionally used :to' exploitthe )
. leaders tocongratulateandoffer -' will be unity., passions1 and prejudicesof )
: his support to Attorney' Attorney Klngannouncedhis poor whites and to' make
i C. B. King of Albany as Geor- candidacy for'the 1970 Geor- relevant the irrelevancy of d )
gla's first gubernatorial gia gubernatorial race in Atlanta race. There is need for changeIn l I
candidate since Reconstruction last week.His announcement the political conscience on '<\
1 Days Other nationally- was in response toa draft the part of all of Georgia's
known leaders immediately by the bi-partisan Georgia electors Black as well as I
'. offering their support to Attorney Voter's League's first state white a conscience which '.
t King were Dr. Ralph Convention held in Macon on resists the manipulations of >\
r David Abernathy, President November 29th in an effort to political demagogues to ex- ,
P of SCLC; Mrs. Coretta Scott form Black leadership sum- ploit and despitefully use the I'
King, wife of the late Dr. Mar- mits and organizational coa- multitudes for ends personalto :'
tin Luther King, Jr.; Con- litions in order to avoid lead- themselves. Needed changein i
gressman John Conyers, ership splits and organiza- emphasis and directors of "
Democrat from Michigan; and tional conflicts in the black our State's politics is an accompanying ...
I Mayor Richard Hatcher of community that were largely need of the peopleof
Gary, Indiana. responsible for the defeat of this State to be given a
Rev. Andrew J.Young,tem- Dr. Horace E.Tate,first black choice in candidates, not a
porary chairman of the cam- candidate for Mayor of Atlanta mere selection lesser evils.
paign's'national liaison committee Georgia.At In the final analysis, there- $
announced, "Harry a meeting in Atlanta on fore, of these conclusions and
Belafonte, Mrs. Coretta Scott December 6th which included observations, I have made the
King, Dr. Ralph D.Abernathy, leaders from each of Geor- ultimate conclusion laccept
Congressman John Conyersand gia's ten U.S. Congressional the nomination, I offer that
Mayor'' Richard Hatcher Districts and from every so- choice. I am of the opinionin
will head the list of entertainers cial and economic level of the so doing that my candidacy
and spakers at a 'King Black community, a state- will for the first time in Geor ,
,for governor soul food sup- wide Black Leadership Coali- gia's history afford the ma- NJ4r ,
per, on Saturday night, Dec. tion was formed for the pur- jority of Blacks, poor whites !
20, 7:30 p.m. at the Butler pose of not only pursuing the and liberals a real choice."
Street YMCA here. endorsement of Attorney C.B. Florida Memorial College beauties represented .
The 'King for governor soul King as a gubernatorial can- Students Do Not Have The House of 'Photography in the Classic
food is didate but to draft and
supper, being sponsored sup- Lambert from I
Shown Thelma a junior
parade. are
by the State-wide Coalition port worthy, qualified Negro
of Black Leaders I in an leaders across the State to To Stand For PledgeIt Pensacola and Barbara Hunt, freshman from Miami.
effort to raise seed-money for run for other state, U.S.Con- .
the campaign and to introducethe gressional and local political seems that the black kids All plaintiffs refused to recite -
candidate intimately to positions in the 1970 election. at Miami Palmetto High School the pledge because of a Wigs-Falls
chosen potential campaign King, who is best known in who have been refusing to re- belief that the words "with
sponsors and supporters. the State for his handling of cite or stand for the pledge of liberty and justice for all"are
Hosea Williams, the Cam- the civil rights cases resulting allegiance are totally within not applicable in the nation to- Pre-Cot SALE PRICE
paign's temporary Chairmanof from the 1963 Albany Move- their rights. Topered Back
Community Organization ment which Included the arrest A Federal Court Judge in day.They refused to stand duringthe ,Curly $12 95
said, "the top leaders of the late Dr. Martin L. New York has ruled that pub- pledge because, they con- topPHONE
around the state have agreed King, Jr., said In his response lic school authorities may not tended, that would constitute Q66-7379
to participate in our soul food to the Georgia Voters Leaf interfere with a student's refusal participation in a''l1e.' ,
cupper. I have been! greatly gue's endorsement of his candidacy to recite the Pledge"'of They also refused to leave : ':;" '1.-.t :;{ :::;I.;::: :;:;: ::'::::;::!:::::::::::".:::: i:::::::::::::: :::::::::;:::;: :::::::';s'1
encouraged by the acceptanceand for Governor, "With Allegiance or to stand duringthe the classroom, saying exclu- : IT'S HERE! 1
support of the BlackGov- few exceptions governors of pledge. sion from the room was a pun- > :$
ernors idea throughout Geor- this State have demonstratedno Judge 0. G. Rudd granted a ishment for their exercise of
gia. Admittedly,there are still real comprehension of the preliminary injunction to their constitutional rights. Supreme Wig & \;
some persons undecided, butI ends their office should con- three students who objected to Rudd citedarecentSupremeCourt
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.__ MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 19. 1969 3 t

NAACP Denounces : tt

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New Voting Bill

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"WisElngloT-Tftgorln; plea strike a blow at the nation's gistration and voting of NegroES1n -
from civil rights leaders, 149 black voters. Support for such the South were vastly increased -.
Republican members of the amendments must be inter- contributing to the
House of Representatives preted as opposition to civil election of nearly 500 black
joined 79 southern and western rights and as undercuttingour public officials in that region. t.4M .
Democrats to bill the Voting efforts for peaceful changeby The law now requires Justice
Rights Act of 1965 by a narrow democratic means." Department approval of any
vote of 208 to 203. changes by southern states in x t t
of the Administration to
Passage -
In a Joint telegram to all their voting statutes or regu- ,''
bill was promptly and vigorously .
House Republicans, civil lations. Also the Act providesfor
denounced by Cla-
rights leaders Roy Wilkins the assignment of Federal
rence Mitchell,director of the '. +
Whitney M. Young, Jr., Rev. registrars supervised voter ,a
NAACP Bureau (
Washington ,
Ralph D. Abernathy, A. Philip registration in areas where
"a defeat for
as cataclysmic
Randolph and Bayard Rustin there is racial discrimination.
civil rights engineered by the
called for extension of the Vot- These key provisions are --- '
President. He said the
ing Rights Act which, they NAACP and other civil rights lacking in the new Administration Celebrates 65th-Birthday 1
said, has the united support of bill
Negro citizens. groups would mobilize a cam- The new bill extends the ban
paign to reverse the House action Mrs. Verdell Cox,who cele- Mrs. Edris Mortimes, Nas- Fla.; Mrs. Robby Williams,
The telegram, dispatched on literacy requirements toall
in the Senate. Bahamas Rev. Randolph Apolochicola, Fla.; Mr. and f
brated her 65th birthday, No- sau, ;
50 states but has
before the roll-call vote,Dec. no strong en-
vember 27, 1969 can't thank Thompson, Bronx, N.Y.; Mr. Mrs. W.Daniel,Winter Haven,
11, said that any amendmentof Under the 1965 Act, which forcement powers. In backingthis
Fla. Mrs. Jean Lewis
her friends and relatives and Mrs. B. T. Lewis, Pana- ; Lucy
the Celler-McCulloch bill will expire in August, 1970, if bill, the Administration, many and daughters nieces and
this of ma City, Fla.
extending the 1965 Act "will the House action prevails,re- Mr. Mitchell charged, "soldus the enough happiest making birthdays one ever. Also Mr. and Mrs Tom friend, Dothan Ala;Mrs.Cleo
out in order to get the se-
Kirkland Jacksonville, Fla. Wardell Dothan, Ala.; Mrs.
gregation vote in the South." Mrs. Cox and her husband especially -
Duke thank you for your Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mc- Janett Tavaras and Fay Mor-
Ellington SuedWashington presence, gifts an best Donald and children, West rison Kingston, Jamaica
wishes and the many happy returns Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Again thanks to all of you
Jazz musician performer tradition-shat They will also cherishthe Zanty Conard,Ft.Lauderdale; .and my husband and I wish youa
Duke Ellington,recently decorated tering jazz concert at the happy memories. Mr. and Mrs. Ruffus Mosby Merry Christmas and a
by President Nixon for White House, marking his 70th Special thanks to Ernestine and friends, Ft. Lauderdale; happy, health and prosperousNew
his achievements, is being birthday. Smart, whom Mrs. Cox'acknowledges Mrs. Loretter Murphy and Year to everyone. )
sued by the government for for the pat she friend, Ft. Lauderdale; Mr. Pictured above are Mrs.
$90,000 in back taxes. played in making the day an Ernest Price, Ft. Myers;Rev. Cox and members of her family -
Papers filed by Ellingtonwith enjoyable one and for being Chas. Price Apolochicola, af the party.
the U.S. Tax Court show
around when she was needed
the Internal Revenue Service most. Evans Tiny Tot Nursery School
claims he and his late wife, Those present from out of
Edna, underpaid their taxes by as ,
town were: Mrs. Mildred C. 3639'NW 15th AVENUE
this amount in 1962 and 1963. Greentree, Phila., Pa.; Mrs.
I.R.S. rejected large bus- Estell Smith and daughter, Ages 1 to 6 years

iness expense deducations Chicago, 111.; Mr.Fred Powell Qualified teachers Air conditioned I
claimed by the musician and and daughters, Chicago, 111; HOT LUNCH AND SNACK .+
also disallowed some of his Mr. Roland Powell, La.Calif.;
deductions for charitable con-, Hours 7-5:30
Mr. John Powell Apalochicolo -
tributions and medical ex- wr.s Missing PersonDonna Fla.; Mrs. Della Powell LICENSED: (Mrs.) Arnetta Evans, Director
penses. Sutton, N.Y.; Mrs.Ethel Powell Registration and information call: 691.5993 'Ii
LR.S. also ruled that the income =,: M. Cure, a senior at Williams, N.Y.; Mr; Stan- after 6 p.m. J
of Tempo Inc., a music Dillard High School,Ft.Laud- ford, Mortimore Fulton, ;-1Y.; (

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Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876


NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords ,p"
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human ." ,
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro .':
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men ,I,'..
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. ', .

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Marie Carl Testimonial \. ( ,
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On December 12th, a new potency was brought to Dade's .

War on Poverty Program; the same peoples' plan, the same ," ,' .
promise of opportunity and prized freedom from impoverished (

circumstances that only a few years back could barely limp :, 'i .

along. ". r"., ,,'
The heavily papered network of aid that hypothetically was 0 ""(:< !J ,

supported by the county's communities needed a mind that :- .,(' 'b r"r."" .t. 'I, ,\ .,./ri'", '
could comprehend the present conditions and more than cas- :
ually plan the future ones.
A leader who would be devoted and's single-minded attain-
ing progress for people in the Black communities was literally
almost impossible to find, and then Marie S. Carl came to '
Miami for a rendezvous with a mission.

If Doubting Thomases still tell the tale of an ununited effortto Why A Black Man Is RunningFor
.abolish 1 the plight of poverty then they do not read newspapers -
they do not listen to radio or TV, and they know no- To Be Equal
thing of the Marie Carl Testimonial dinner last Friday night. Governor Of GeorgiaFor

We, as professional members of the press, were not aboutto by Whitney M. Young Jr.
be overwhelmed by a dinner menu or an event's gala atmos- Executive Director National Urban League almost 100 years black folk in Georgia were forced to
phere. It took the looks of love, and the word of unrestrained I I Mr Young is the author of the newly publishedbook play survival politics. They chose the lesser of the evil can-
warmth for Mrs. Carl's work to impress us. "BEYOND RACISM." didates that white folk placed before them and traded votes in
The significance of the tribute was simply amazing sup- backroom deals for the little benefit which came to a few
port of Marie Carl's guidance. Over 700 people attended but leaders. We are through with plantation politics.
not just to attend rather to attest to their feelings for her efforts The Doctor ShortageIt's
$1,000 was contributed to a memorial library fund honoring From now on, we will create the alternatives and let the

Mrs. Carl's father, butagaintherewasa special feeling generally agreed that there is a shortage of doctors and power structure react.
attached, for the funds came out of Impoverished pockets to other health personnel in America, butintheblack ghetto that Black folk ae over 30% of Georgia's population and we
show gratitude. shortage has reached crisis proportions.Most must begin now to work toward that day when we exercise
If one examines the plans for the dinner one sees the total white doctors set up'their practices outside the ghetto 30% of the power, control 30% of the elected offices_and sharein
involvement and dedication of the staff working with Mrs. and there aren't enough black. doctors to serve the millions of the benefits of 30% of the money.That is what Representa-
Carl. In only two and a half weeks,the select staff committee, people in the ghettos of our cities. And the situation Is worsein tivq Government means-that's what Democracy is all about.
made up of nine area directors, assistant director of field rural areas. We believe in Democracy and intend to make it work for all

operations, assistant director of career development and the Only about two percent of the nation's doctors are black, men, Black and white, rich and poor.

director of public'affairs, demonstrated that they, who knew ,and that figure isn't likely to change in the coming years. About and
is coalition of Black leaders are drafting
Marie why a
Carl as a working companion, wouldgoto any length to
36,000 students are enrolled in medical schools,and less than
salute her. offering their support to C. B. King for Governor and urging
900 are black. But the majority of these students attend Me-
They lay committee headed by Vice Mayor Athalie Range and talented dedicated young men and women to seek other public
harry or Howard the two Negro medical schools. So less
the Rev. Canon Theodore Gibson as well as the president of than offices at State, county and local levels in 1970.
of 100
one percent the students attending nearly other
the Libert City Policy Board, Zacary Griffen let the public medical schools are black. We have everything to gain and nothing to lose. The differ-
know that they too,realized Mrs.Carl's worth to the program. Similar figures hold for dental students. ence between Sanders, Maddox, Carter and Bentley is not

As a Black citizen from South Miami, Willie Thompsonsaid The reasons are many. Medical education is long and ex- enough to waste time discussing.

"the thing" I like about this program is that everyone is pensive; beyond the reach of most poor youngsters,or even of In the last Democratic Primary Arnall got 231,000, Mad-
Involved in
it. those from many middle-class families Medical schools,although dox 185,000 Carter and
164,000 And remember
Gray 152,000.
But what is strange about that? That's what EOPI stands
most have changed their policies now have a history of
Maynard Jackson drew 300,000 votes across the State in
for and what Marie Carl symbolizes involvement If one
discrimination against blacks, so many students are discour- his race against TalmadgeEventhoughhedidn'twin: he made
conclusion Is to be reached after December 12th's tribute to a ,
aged from pursuing medical careers. Talmadge wake and take notice of his
up poor and Black con
aside from the fact that the is
great lady, program's success
Then too, misleading test results often bar students from stituents and established himself as a leader who
almost assured it Is that who would courageous
totally anyone wage a war
entrance to medical schools, although such tests aren't good now serves as our Vice-Mayor.
the work and ideals of Marie Carl
against were ridiculously
,. predictors of professional success. Present admissions cri-
outnumbered. teria have to be revised. We have a long struggle ahead in politics and with a whole
In the words of Richard Dunn of Liberty City that special Black students have to be educated to consider careers in year to register, organize and awaken the voters of this State,
night, "We, here, are exercising real people power and we the medical profession, and the medical schools and profes- who dare say what is Impossible. "
have shown the so-called leaders thatthey are not our lead sional organizations have to be educated to their responsibility Black voters in Georgia can set in motion a new political '
ersand, will never be." for movement to with white of create
increasing the opportunities- through special recruitment Join people good-will a
and training programs-available to black students. world of peace and brotherhood
It's especially important to interest high school students in They tried to discourage Amerson in Tuskegee; they triedto
medical careers and school discourage Stokes in Cleveland tried to discourage
DEATH OF A BLACK PUBLISHER high guidance counsellors who ; they
so often steer black students away from medicine or from Hatcher in Gary.I .
other professions have to be educated to the wonder who they are?
The brutally beaten body of a black newspaper publisherwas new opportunities '
found in his exclusive apartment in Jackson, Michigan. available to black students and to the need to motivate _Andrew J. Young

On the walls of the apartment,according to witnesses, writ- youngsters to aspire to the top.
ten in blood or some red substance, te words "BLACK Such an educational Job Is part of the purpose of a confer-
NIGER" appeared. ence called by the Black Science Students Organization of New ''School Sixth
.According to the police, this brutal senseless act of murderwas York's City College for the weekend of December 19. It's an System Largest
non-racial. example of the constructive work being done by so many con
Dade County's School System is now number six in te nation -
Yet, in recent weeks two white persons had been killed and cerned black students and their organizations. based on pupil membership.

both acts were clearly defined as being racial. It's vitally important that governments and medical schools At the end of the first month of the present school year, Dade
The facts are not known; yet, Charles Cade, the slain pub- expand the numbers of black medical students. One way of reported 242,486 students-an increase of 10,715 or 4.6 per-
lisher, produced two weekly newspapers in Jackson and Kala- course, Is to admit more blacks and provide the financial as- cent over last year's total. This figure is expected to peak at
mazoo. sistance that will enable poor young men and women to carryon more than 245,000 this year.

In recent weeks the weekly newspaper called the Jackson their educations. Dade has been the seventh ranked school system since 1961,
Blazer was deeply Involved In activities taking place In that Another way would be to open up professional opportunitiesfor when it edged past Baltimore. This year Dade took over sixth
city. men who have served in medical units in the armed forces. place from Houston.

Its editorial policy was not any stronger than any other Thousands of young men who never saw the inside of a col- The ten largest systems, in order: New York,Los Angeles,
weekly black newspaper, or for that matter a daily newspaper lege have been performing medical work under combat c ond 1- Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, Dade County, Houston, Baltimore -
when they come out In defense of an issue. tions. Special programs to bring them into the medical profession State of Hawaii, and Dallas.
Freedom of the press is a constitutional guarantee and it Is after they leave the army should be set up.
not often that the press is the recipient of violent action because Increasing the numbers of black doctors and medical men
of their editorial policy. won't automatically solve the health problems in the ghetto, ---

Why was Charles Cade killed? Why was the publisher of an but it would go far In improving the way health services are ed at curing, rather than preventing, disease.
innoculous newspaper for the past eight years killed in the delivered to the poor. Recruiting more black doctors or more doctors from poor
manner or fashion that he was? We now have a dual system of health care The well-off can families will go a long way towards reforming this system of
Is there a connection between the newspaper or some element afford to buy good medical treatment.They get regular check- neglect. A medical corps of concerned professionals is need
In his criminal background? ups and get proper care when ill. ed to help bring better services to neighborhoods through
When all the facts are in, when the police have completedtheir But the poor must travel for miles to the nearest clinic health clinics and outreach programs, and through a more
investigation, and regardless of the facts of who killed where they spend hours wafting on hard benches for treatment. humanistic approach to the health needs of millions of citizens -
him, whit Just be another black person who died? The care they get is relatively casual and almost always aim- .


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I Is America A Sick Society... '
Black Profiles


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t By Lou LuTour
For'a man WbOs id,"rllbewalkinga tightrope; and I couldbe COURT MUNG. 'THEY SAYTHEYDON'KWANT f : .

slaughtered from both sides," just after he was elected as TO RAISE
mayor of Chapel Hill, North Carolina in May 1969, we find J. .
Howard Lee still holding his own In December 1969 as ,
the mayor with the courage and determination to carry out the TO GOTO INTEGRATED '

laws as they should be carried out Mayor Lee narrowly de- SCHOOLS THE e .- ,
feated a white opponent with 55% of the votes, and, although PHYSICIAN SAID. i )
threats were on another's agenda to frighten him, the Hon. UPTIMES a
Mayor didn't become too disturbed, although he was the first '/t
Black man to be elected mayor of a predominantly white
Southern town, since reconstruction da vs. 1 j

In looking over notes received ,
from the Hon. Mayor
Lee, we feel sure that his philosophy -
Is what appears to have f
brought him from the red hills
of a Georgia sharcroppers'fields
to the Mayor's chair of 4rLETTERS
Chapel Hill He believes that 1
person can be whatever he
wants to be if he Is willing to
clearly make up his mind to
have it and then work hard to
get it. He recognizes that our
system has many flaws that

must be corrected, but still ,
believes It Is the best system.An .
excerpt from one of his

speeches tends to sum up our .
Howard Lee, ", We can-m---- -m-- I
never allow ourselves to feel
that we are beaten down; for as a man believes and thinks, he -- -- '- "4r n II_ 4.u y' ii, i I

is. At the same time we cannot allow our society to feel it Is
all good, nor can we allow It to feel that it is all bad. We must Santa Claus Should Not Be AssociatedWith
separate the good from the bad and Improve the bad while we TO THE EDITOR
preserve the good. Ihavea mottothatI try to live by. It works GunsDear
for me and I hope It might work for you and that Is "we should Sirs:
always strive to preserve the best and Improve the rest of r For the sake of the spirit of Christmas and the morality of
our society." our children, I feel it is my'duty to complain about the ad In
My Soul BrotherWhat the December 11th issue of the Miami-Herald, page 9, sec-
The Hon. Mayor Lee's election might be contributed to a tion D. This ad depicits a joyous St. Nicholas with a rifle and
combination of things, so some of the voters in Chapel Hill, is the meaning of soul brother? Did they create their two ducks he has obviously killed The article states for your .I
feel- the liberal faculty at the University of North Carolinaat own image and characterization, or were they born with soul? boys first gun..
Chapel Hill, the Presidential movement of Senator EugeneJ. That same soul that could have been concealed in the heartsof There is so much violence prevalent all year long and the
McCarthy the Spring and Summer prior to the nationwide black slaves years and years ago, because they could not real meaning of Christmas has already been misinterpreted.Must .
election for the President of the USA, and most of all a dis- express themselves freely, yet, still fit this modern age of we disillusion our children by destroying their image of I I
satisfaction In Chapel Hill with the administration that was soul? You say no? Well, justlookatthe hair styles, dress and Santa Claus carrying a bag full of toys and replace it with a
running the city. And the one thing worthy of mention is thatit language and compare them with those of today. rifle? Please remember what a rifle did to three of our great-
was r the first time that Chapel Hill's Negro residents who Some of our soul brothers and sisters have over soul th eest leaders. J r
make up about 10% of the city's population, had taken an active grapevine. But I guess the idea is to bring out into the:open Also, Isn't the duck symbolic of the duck or pigeon that the
Interest in politics. Normally, according to statements what has been and caused the shame of the black people. If mafia refers to when they speak of their victims?
made by several Chapel Hill residents about three or four per you are going to represent and identify with modern soul, haveit 'Why try to outlaw guns or limit their use when a childs
cent of the eligible Negro voters would bother to vote, and at together brother. Organize It so that It appears the way you idol "Santa Claus' is identified with them. This first gun may
least 90 percent of the eligible Negroes votedThis lets you desire, and not an excuse for demonstration of power or'vio- not have much power as the article states, but what will his
know what they thought about Hon. Mayor Howard'Lee who Is lence. second one be?

doing his all to make Chapel Hill a better place in which to Make a fix definition in your mind of the phrase bro- Alice Smith, I. Robertson,

live with better housing, more domitories, a larger police ther." When asked what is the meaning,you won't have to say, James B. Jones, Jr. Hieton Fuller
force and higher salaries for city employees. you know, ah, soul, you know what I mean. ,
Robert Merline Pat Ruhn
You will find that people of'other races,are very much interested ,
He Is a family man, wonderfully supported by his wife, Mrs. in the black people of today and why they are doing
Lillian Lee and their two children Angela, 14 a ninth graderand the things they do. They want to know what in the world we
Ricky, 12 a seventh grader. They all feel as he does-, can have that they should know about and listen to. Settlement Sends
"there will be a trying two years ahead as Mayor of Chapel So why not make it worth their while. Don't only tell them
Hill, but the challenge must be met In a peaceful, Intelligentand of the dress and language,but, let them know why you are try-
courageous way ." Again, we see the kind of man the ing to Identify with your ancestors. Gainesville Blacks
Hon. Mayor Howard Lee Is In many ways ready to serveIn Every soul brother can not dress soulfully always,but he can
the best way. always stand up for his rights.

All soul brothers and sisters do not wear Afros, but thereIs Back To SchoolAbout
something within that tells them they Identify. All of them ,
-- may not say, "Man, bread, and hang It up, but they can say, 1,000 Lincoln High Alachua County School Board

I I PHIL OSSOFERIn J I I believe, try-me, Fll help. School students returned to and ratified'by Negro pupils
Soul Is not only a language or dress,but It must come from their classrooms last Friday and their parents.

within a soul heart My soul brother after ending their 11-day pro- Their return to school'climaxed .
this age of rapid-fire creation? We are all createdin Remember the divine soul, given to us with love, forgiveness test against the school board's a week of talks by com-
communications, what do you his Image, and this Is the and mercy hoping for others, you wouldhave understanding plan to terminate Lincoln as munity leaders of both races
suppose Is the greatest prob- focal point of all true com- always,forJesus was the first soul brother. an academic center at the end and school board members.
lem we have? Ibelieve it is the munication between men. of this school term. Key to the agreement was a
communications gap. Lack of Where have we failed? Whyis Linda Leah Ingraham ON Nov 25th, all but 54 of seven-point resolution assur-
communications Is a major it that we have been able to Lincoln's registered students ing blacks a voice in school
cause of dispute between man, fashion so many amazing tech refused to enter the school ,affairs
and wife; It's a wall of silence nological products for our ma- protest.
and childrenthe Jubilant over the settlement The Board, saying it was
between parents terial benefit (not the lease of
( generation gap;) it's an which are the communication The Times Gets A HandTo blacks voiced their following orders of the state
ominous dragon of distrust devices such as the telephone opinions saying: "We think we department of education and
which prevents true negotiation T.V. and telestar), yet fall to : Editor of the Miami TimesRe have made our point and from federal court desegregation
between warring nations, communicate on a human'per- : Action taken by the Miami City Commission regarding now on, the whites are not going rulings, plans to convert Lin-
and it's a veil of prejudice son-to-person basis? Police Benevolent Association charter restricting member- to overlook us." coln Into a combination inte-
which keeps humankind divided I believe it Is because man ship to white officers.We Both the parents and the kids grated vocational school and
by class, creed and color. has concentrated on com- were pretty well satisfied withan remedial middle school for'
anication with objects rather would like to express our gratitude to Mr. Garth Reeves agreement adopted by the underachievers
While these communicationgaps and Mr Bill McBride for being "Champions of Justice" in .... ..,.,
than with people. He uses the -----"----- "' --- "' -
are the direct cause of their concern for Interested citizens of this city. m,=I
outward mind (the seat of material .....
Ills In the final ...wrr rwr w w.raw .
our worldly "' '"" wrw rrrrr
Intelligence) without Involving We are grateful to these men because they reacted to our -.wr.' -"irr scjwir --"-*
analysis they are not so much the Inward heart (the cause when others, such as, the Miami City Commissioners, rw xrwiM. :yM:=-:-:-I10.1MNr---."..".i....
causes as they are effects of -. -----.....-...
seat of humanitarian intelligence Governor Kirk, the Community Relations Board, the Miami ---- ...
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a far more serious gap: the --- --
.) What man must do Herald, the Miami News and WTVJ failed to respond.We -iiEE:
communication gap betweenand communication
is eliminate the '
his maker. Becuase of this deeply appreciate their gallant fight for the continuous s ; "s 'r :;'E--:':
gap between the mind .:.-=...: :::- :.:..':
gap, man has weakened his Initiative and the heart. Then will the exposure of the existing Injustices to the Black policemen of --.,",;" :-. .
to communicate with the City of Miami while .other agencies ignored the issue. '''J'
heart guide the material intelligence -
his fellowmen. be it his sPouse toward the better-
his off-spring those of other', We feel that these men of the Miami Times deserve recog-
ment of all manking,fosteringlove J
nations or of other classes, and unity instead of hate nition for their worthwhile coverage of what we felt was an im- T t1
portant issue in our community.
creeds colors.
or and separation, for "As in

If we do not communicatewith water face answereth to face,
our Maker, how then are so the heart of man to man.., ;
we to communicate with bis (Proverbs 27:19.) 11- .y : ,. Interested Citizens and Taxpayers
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$225,546 Federal Funds:.. -

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Two Miami Firms To Hire., Train 105 Disadvantaged

Two Miami employers will training for 75 Jobless persons an nour. James F. Mahoneyofthe ordinator for the training, The JOBS program Is a joint iresources of private industry
hire and train 105 disadvantaged as food machine set-up men, firm will coordinate the Daniel Alman. effort of the Labor Departmentand :in providing jobs and training!
Jobless persons un- foremen, kettle cooks,per- training. New hire trainees in the the National Alliance of both entry level and Upgrading,
der the Job Opportunities in sonnel clerk, receiving clerk, Sportsman's Industries, JOBS program: : ; are referred Businessmen to hire and train Under these procedures,funds
the Business Sector(JOBS) shellfish process laborers Inc., Miami, will train 30 per By) ,the Florida State Employ- 230,000 disadvantaged jobless are provided to helpcom.
program, sponsored by the and shrimp peeling machine sons for 26 to 36 weeks as ment Service and will undergoup persons in the Nation by June panies offset the cost of re'
National Alliance of Businessmen operators. Federal funds of canvas workers, carpenters, to 39 weeks of on-the-job 1971. The first-year goal of crusting on-the-job training
and the U.S. Departmentof $173,676 will underwrite the fabricators, upholsterers, training and supportive ser- 100,000 persons was surpassed and supportive services such
Labor,according to William costs Incurred by the firm in millmen, panel \kersand vices. Skill upgrading trainingwill by 8,000 last June. as remedial and basic education .
U. Norwood, regional manpower the on-the-Job training. The stock clerks. Federal funds also be conducted and con- Under the JOBS program, Job,coaching,orientation,
administrator here. projected wage rate for em- allocated $81,870. Projectedwage tracts with the firms are for the Secretary of Labor has set minor medical care, and
Gorton's Shrimp Products, ployees after training is$1.85 rate $2.50 an hour. Co- 18-months'duration. up procedures to enlist the transportation, where needed
Miami, will provide 39 weeks'PreXmas

PartyThe c

Graysons (LeRoy and ..
3.. ,
Louella) recently moved into ; '. : '. .i. ..,,1 "" "'
the Miami Arcola Lakes area i L.s.! I ,
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and hosted a Pre-Christmas .
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party Sunday, Dec.14 for their "_"'I' 'h ': "" .; ';,.i(,", .,1"**"'' fHi I

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The Graysons are former ,I'.i'': ',." , J""
owners of Grayson's Beauty '. .. '" f', ':: ,
Enterprises in Bronx, N. Y. Best\\/ishes. I, ,t.l: ,, ,. : .
and are now the proud ownersof ;. : ,. ,V" 't'' ::
"Soul Sister" Beauty Salon .', : ;.r', {i",
herein Miami at 1778 NW 95th : .
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I New Street.Friends York-in Mr.attendance and Mrs.were Rob-; I 'A to Each of You .

ert A. Richards; Ft. Lauder- ''I-, .
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Cooper, Mr. Vernon Stokes, '
Mrs. Annie W. Green, Mrs. : "':",' ,
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Mrs. Athalie Range, Vice Mayor; Mrs. Smith; Maurice A. Ferre, commissioner -
; and Irwin G. Christie, commissioner. Miami-Metro Dept. of Publicityand ".1.':, "ll" ,
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8: THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 19. 1969r
light and less smoke and to carry ahead of you so that your
) to make a grave for your ugly
shadow will fall behind you;
. thoughts and a garden for your kindly feelings, with the gate
> open are you willing to do these things even for a day? Then '
; ChrIStmas.Are n :
: you can keep in
. you willing to believe that love is the strongest
. BY CLARICE LITTLES r the world stronger than hate, stronger than evil, stronger e.
t Miami Times Society Editor than death and that the blessed life which began in Bethlehem
tt nineteen hundred ago is the image brightness of the
t Over 700 "beautiful people" gathered at the Dupont Plaza years Christmas.And .
can keep
Eternal love? Then
R I Hotel Assembly Room to pay tribute to Mrs. Marie Carl for you not always?
if keep it for a day, why
a Job well done after 18 month's work as executive directorof
p t the Economic Opportunity Program Inc. _-' ,..*............'.<:...o"0' ....".......".".."."..."..'."..,
r Newcomers to Miami: Raleigh L. Pitts, formerly Eastern my
t Airlines reservations agent inCharlotte,N.C.has been named
i district sales representative for Eastern in Miami.. I selpt 41 i
this one Mr.and Mrs.Thaddeus Taylor. he is program :( dressmaker :
t coordinator for Urban Coalition. r .
Here from Point pleasant, N. J. was Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. 1 j BOUTIQUE 4} A ; R>
Elizabeth is Gloria (Mrs. Gordon) Johnson's sister. f
C Enjoying Florida's sunny weather is Sharon Trammell of I ,,' "
Chicago. Sharon is visiting her aunt and uncle the Charles 0 Styles for the.f!11;
Trammells at their 68th Street home.A :n $
27-year-old Jamaican, Maurice Thompson and the 19- |11 fashion minded |
year-old associate editor, Rick Abrams, of the Miami-Dade wE

ed Junior Herb College Rau Journalism North newspaper scholarships., Falcon Congratulations Times, were award I !I:11 T girl of today" |: #

Among those attending the National Community School Education |::: Sizes 7.1 5 :|::
Association in Detroit, December 11-13 were James
Bethel, Brownsville Jr. High; Franklin Clarke Primary"C"; i 6026 N.W. i
James Culmer, Moton; and Henry Daniels, Booker T. Junior 1
High. I 7th Ave. I

Invitations are in the mail for the Sphnix Civic Club's an- >. :.1
nual scholarship ball to be held Dec. 26, at Miami's Bayfront :-=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;: :

Auditorium. Alexander Brooks is president.
After an absence of twenty years, Beatrice Eve Hamiltonhas WATCH FOR JAN. 10
left her home in Corona, N. Y. for a family reunion with ALPHA KAPPA 1 I

the Eve Clan. ,, ,Full of warmth full ALPHA
Alpha Gamma Chapter Eta Phi Beta, Inc. cordially invites
of cheer and a
you and your friends to attend their annual Candle Light Ser merry PRESENTS
vice Sunday, December 21, at St. Mary's Westleyan Methodist joyous Christmas.
Church, 4798 NW 8th Avenue at 5 p.m. FREDDY'SSUP
Metro buses will tour the county through Dec. 23 for those
wishing to see the home Christmas decorations.The tours will ERETTE
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hold. Free parking will be available at the point from which
each of the three tours starts: North Dade city parking area
at NE 7th Court and 124th Street; South Dade, South Miami
City Hall and the Central Dade tour will leave from Grace
Lutheran Church, 254 Curtis Parkway, Miami Springs.
"Love- It comes in all colors," is the message from the .
Urban Coalition. More than 100 public figures,including former ,:." ;' \ "

Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg, former world ,;., -,,:[ ,
heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey, Johnny Carson and Ed ,
Sullivan, got together this week to film a television commercial
aimed at putting the message across.The world-be sing-
ers gathered at MPO Studios under the baton of Mitch Miller
Mayor Richard Hatcher of Gary, Ind., actress Myrna Loy, ROOMOUTFITS 'c4)f,
Chet Huntley, opera star Leontyne Price and Jazz musician
Cannonball Adderley were also in the chorus.The group sings 1''
"Let the Sun Shine In," from the rock musical "Hair." The
words ,"Love it comes in all colors," will flash on the
screen after the song. The Urban Coalition, is a private non- I
profit corporation that seeks to better minority employment, Your Credit Is Good /
housing, health srvices and educational opportunities in 48 WE CARRY OUR ,< ,..
Miamians whohave typewriters they're not usingand that DRSSH.CMirORIOQKCAIIHEAD
they'd like to donate to a worthy cause (Bahama Island A little bit of a wholelot
Schools' Business Course) Should take the machines to MAUD mows MOUOCM'
Trans-Caribbean Maritime Service Inc., 501 NE First Ave. IMfCHINCQf..OtOICtIOf of pow. Angora.

The company has agreed to ship them to Nassau without COCKTAIL COLORS 1ARa.i-mr#ID TABUS 2-q&C, j Soft and furry to the
Congratulations to Anna E.Souter,daughter of Mr.and Mrs. SIZE WASTINOCHAItS DINETTE/' WITH..,4 CON touch. A simple dress,

John Souter and Betty Collins,winners of the word scramble demurely styled. Get
contest that appeared in the Miami Times a few weeks ago. to rtm 28r
James Howard, 1232 NW 1st Pi.,and Dorothy Bradley, 1826 OM.Y U this little bit in bunny

NW 44th St.,recently attended the seminar in investment properties LARGE DOUIll DRUSE t> a white or powder blue.
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Banquet. Set

-:,- ,;- Tt'iif',,, Mrs. Sue Francis, Mrs. Affairs" is the selected topic. ,_
Mayme Williams and Mrs.Ar- We appreciate the support
leen Williams are in full that you are giving the sorority -
charge of local publicity so and we are sure that thee
that you may derive the ful\ ? ? i ent will be made more impressive -
lest enjoyment from the even- by your attendance.: ;;,
ing's event with her excellencyMiss Please remind your friends
Angie Books, presidentof about the evept as it promisesto
the United Nations General be a memorable occasionand
Assembly. The theme: "Im- a helping hand to our gen-
pact of Youth on International eral community.

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:aaaac mac araares c c>SKtoag Fletcher And Taylor Join WTVJ r-------- acemcpsacssoc- ac ac ac acem c f

Joel Fletcher and Clarence young minority group film-
Taylor have joined the WFVJ makers up to a professionallevel.
i news department as camera- After completing the I Seas 1
men-reporters, it was an- course, the graduates are hir- : *
nounced by Ralph: Renick, ed by television stations
yP WFVJ vice president for news. across the country to performs

A Q'c sy ? newsfilm teporters.
i BY DAVE BONDUx Fletcher attended Palo
Verde College in California I bfeetJngsi

ecc.xw c c__aenc___n.< __onc_.. _c.._,y. and graduated from the RCA
Institute in New York City, :r

A testimonial a testimonial, is a testimonial, but that is specializing in engineeringand Cisco I
not what EOPI Executive Director Marie S. Carl had. She was studio operations. He col- .
honored to the highest degree at a testimonial dinner given laborated with Alex Mitter to I I j\
by her neighborhood board members which boasts of an attendance write "The Drifter,"a screen I TO OUR FRIENDS: '

of over 725 people. w8'A scenario Venice Film which Festival received AwardIn the At this happy holiday season:, we are gladto I II
Mrs. Carl, received a vote of confidence from the packed j
assembly room of the Dupont Plaza Hotel last Thursday night. 1966 as the most original to put aside the routine of business to extend
Miami Times Editor, Garth Reeves was the toastmaster for story. I to you our good will and appreciation of our I
the occasion. He did a fine job and his joke'was a side buster. Taylor attended Miami I association during the year,.
The President of Florida Memorial College, Dr. Royal Pur- Northwestern High School, One of the genuine pleasures in doing bus I
year, gave the invocation; EOPI Board of Directors Presi- Miami-Dfde Junior Collegeand iness is the friendships that are developed
dent, Atty. James Matthews nude the welcoming address and the Lindsey Hopkins Vocational I and we are grateful for yours. W'W I'
other speakers were City of Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark, School. He was formerly We take this opportunity therefore to ex-
Vice Mayor of Miami Mrs M. Athalie a radioaIL.10anceratWMBM I '
Range, City Commis-
sioner Maurice Ferre, County Commissioners Earl Carroll Radio and a newscaster for I to you I i
and Earl Starnes. The main speaker of the evening was Mr Fletcher is a grad.Late of the WKAT Radio, Miami. Prior to I the profound hope that the New Year willi }
Richard Dunn, a Liberty City resident. Community Film Workshop' joining WTVJ, he worked as a I bring you a full measure of GOOD HEALTH, I I II
In the program presented were musical selections by Tyron Council's Job Careers Pro- camera nni-reporter for HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY. !
Seymour, Miss Geneva McCrae and the Christian Fellowship gram in New York City. The WLBW-TV. Taylor and his Sincerely I
Choral Ensemble. Richard Strachan was pianist for the m jsi- program is aimed at bringing wife Gloria Jean have three I yours, W
cal interlude. the film skills J of talented children.
Presentations were made by research training foundation
president, Paul DeVan of Los Angeles, who introduced the lit
resident and board members of the nine neighborhood centers. Miami TimesAds Don't Cost 4801 NW 27 Ave I !Hacsvac ;

Each center presented Mrs. Carl with a scroll. They Pay -- -- tssacs oclsac acr cfoatl ddusvatlat-,
The day was proclaimed "Marie Carl Day" in Miami by
Dade County Mayor, Chuck Hall and City of Miami Mayor,
Stephen P. Clark. These proclamations were also presented.It .
was a testimonial: dinner that was a complete success. As
Mrs. Range said, "we need Marie Carl and I hope that in the
days to come she will remain with us," Mrs. Carl thanked all
who attended.
I stood in the lobby and tooknote of some of the people such
as Bill Wynn, Charles Hadley, Rep. Joe Lang Kershaw, Mr. Grow'em1UD
and Mrs. John D. Johnson, Blanche Calloway, Tom Washington -
Sumner Hutchinson, Roy Smith,Mr.and Mrs. Bob Simms,
Mrs. Beatrice Reeves, Sister Marie Infanta, Ann Campbell,
John Gully, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Johnson and children, Odell
Johns and a host of others.

OF THE WEEK: Bill McBride

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: We are sincerely sorry to ,, .,.#: Ir I
hear of the "Breeze" Brown.Our deepest sympathy i ,.,.
to his family. For those persons who cannot read or writs It .,. ':fiijP'\'
here is HOPE The Laubach'system is easy to learn and can1 :>
be taught to you In your own home without anyone knowing,
except you and your teacher, that you are learning. The hours "
will be adjusted to your needs and all you have to do is call
the Perrine YWCA, 233-1800 and they will mike the arrange- strons
'mants for you. If you readers know of anyone who can be help- r.
ed by this program please tell tern about it.

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Well, classic time is over,
and we are all proud that Florida A&M cam through vic-
toriously .' Neal Adam Is still in his 30th anniversarymonth
at his store on 27th Avenue at 49th Street. G o by and
wish him continued success The Testimonial dinner for
Mrs Marie Carl Is this Friday night. If you do not have your
tickets, the EOPI Community Relations office will be happy to
supply you Just found out that TV Joe on NE 2nd Avenue
and 54th Street has a special deal for people of the Bahamaswho I II I
purchase a TV or large appliance from him He pays their ", ,'.: i;
plane fair for the trip to make the purchase. National Industrial 1 ,
Bank needs employees in almost all departments.The .. aiL
salary is good, the hours are good, and now is the time to .t...
learn banking.: They need male and female help such as tel- ,'" .. ..
lers, bookkeepers, generaloffice, etc Uyou're interested,go ,/ "'''' 't'i :,. .
and talk with Mr. Dick Reeves. .. Mr. Walters, the owner of '; ,' "'I' -,
the Continental Club,has Johnnie Taylor andhis revue for next : '...\ "
weekend. We suggest that you make your reservations now, I \
and be sure to tell them If you'll be there for the second show. ,. 4.'\\I ,\' .
It promises to be a hoopala of a good one. f. : "I i; :,
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And Music _

- Miami-Dade Junior College classes will be aimed at giv-- k'- ji( .
administrators and area civic ing the high schoolers a tasteof
club leaders have completed college journalism classesand T Tl ). "
plans for summer clinics in some experience In putting I,"
journalism and music.MDJC together a school newspaper.
President, Dr. The music clinic will be of- ,"
Peter Masiko, explaining the fered at M-DJC's North cam- .' "
scholarship program to Dade pus only and will deal with orchestral -
County bIgh'school principals, techniques and cham- ,
said that the clinics were ber singing. The orchestra f
available to all nongraduating scholarships are provided by "
high,school students with the Kiwanis Clubs and the .
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Interest and talent in journa- chamber singers derive their ; ;
lism and music.Scholarship scholarships from the exchange "J; \ t .
monies I are clubs.Each student enrolled !':( ..' ;, ..., .
provided by District 16 and 17 : f
will be offered two one- $I ''; V ;
Kiwanis Clubs, area Exchange credit courses. \' '1. tt/ljl' '.
clubs and Dade County Youth ,; ,:
Symphony. Interested high school stu- d.
The journalism clinic will dents should contact their mu- ." ,.,.
be offered at both main cam- sic, or journalism instructorsor .
puses of the college and will their academic counselors.The p. Y.I
carry college credit. The clinics begin June 19. ,;'> v>

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: 12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 19, 1969 1-, ,{,;M : 4\'.}' 1, NOW

: FirmsSought For Hard-Core Training 1:45 OPEN: \ ,'\MIA\'MJ.. SHOWING I !II
: iiOd't I ,ht "
. j. Washington D.C.,- The National reach smaller employers, Including known before and all have the :N.'; .' .I' fn.1'J'J \
,: r Alliance of Businessmen the 3,300,000 American opportunity to advance.To 3 Sexiotionol Units! -.
( the nation's major program businesses which employ "HUNGRY MAN"
'. A to find Jobs for the disadvantaged fewer than 50 persons, and to sum up,the NAB believesit SECRETS"
t has sent 100,000 Increase the participation of will continue to do its job re- 'VAGINA'S'
: t' copies of its first annual report the service industries and gardless of foreseeable ob- and 2 Girlie Frolics

:. to businessmen across non-profit organizations, stacles. POSITIVIIY?AOUITS ONUY
" the country. which were not well repre-
, t The report sums up the brief sented in the first year. One of the most important __._
out of the K "UI$ "
: \, history of the alliance and "We are also working to en- things to come program
, } clear of what is that the business community III r I
paints a picture courage more companies to ...
:,iJ, Is ahead for hiring the hardcore enter into training contracts has recognized the I r I
1 f disadvantaged. with the Department of Labor need to help the poor to help I
:1'' I In a joint statement, Donald under the JOBS (Job Opportunities themselves. .: I
I I M. Kendall, chairman of the in the Business u !If' {
r ( alliance and Paul W. Kayser, Sector) program. Such con- Children Center I: r I s.
t NAB president, pointed out tracts are a financial necessity
t that the National Alliance of for many smaller companies { I
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I Businessmen is expanding its to enable even the largestto Dedicated SundaySunday I, I / / /
',: \ efforts to Involve still more of make the full commitmentof /rltj('
t.: the large and middle size resources and management Dec 21 the Parkway !! .: 19691 1
t companies and to encourage skills needed for a fully suc- Children's Center, NW27 p / /
companies already committed accordin 17th St. will have formal i j:
The JOBS program, Ave, 'f
to Increase their to
) hire and train the disadvantaged to the report,has expandedthis dedication of its new $15,000 g I I I '
year from 50 to 131 cities swimming pool. The money to g ,
I and the alliance feels it has buy same was raised by parents M I
"We are developing to
, -o, rUI --._--' taken step. Private a substantial industry forward is deeply -' for Parkway. Best wishes filled I 1 I 1

involved with more than 21- Judge George Nachwalter is I with happiness and
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I 000 companies participating in president of the organization.He I
I I the program. Thousands of can be reached at his law .i good I
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Highlight your holiday crea- To be chic and fashionable
But How You Play The GameThis tions with braids. These this season, consult your fav-
braids be to match
i can worn orite stylist and have your
is one of the mottoes of the Olympic games, and I would 'your hair or in a contrastingcolor hair professionally conditioned -
just like to remind the Jackson High Schoolfootball team that to achieve a desired ef- cut and styled as recommended -
they played well and we are proud of them. fect.These for your facial contour -
After the game, so many people were talking about Coach braids are very fash- .
Joe Brodsky not going for the one point and a tie instead of the s ionable and give a very so- Persons not desiring the
two points which lost the game. Well,let's look at it this way; phisticated effect when com- more formal look are still in
a football game is Just a game, it's called "playing football"not bined with curies. They can be style if they prefer the "Lon-
working football.:These are high school boys playing, not purchased in 100% humanhairor don S h o g" pictured below.
pros, and they don't get paid to play.They play fore love of real dynel with or without This style gives a beautiful 1
the sport, so you can expect them to make mistakes. At this wire. They come in a varietyof effect when properly cut and i
stage of the game they are supposed to. colors, including pastels, relaxed. Take it upon your-
I would like to congratulate Coach Joe Brodsky and the entire and can be worn with a sec- self to try a new hairstyle t
ond to achieve the
staff for a Job well done.This year's team was the first in --- hairpiece and be a new you.STANLEY .
thirty years that the Generals had an undefeated season and LINDA HABER BARBARA CHENOWITH designs listed below. t tI
even more, everyone of the 22 players have received offers
to go to college and a free college education. In this age, this Women's Pet Peeves -About Men
is certainly more important than winning a championship.I --
certainly believe that even in defeat one can learn a les- There are many short comings that frustrate women about F --
son. The team at Jackson played well and no one person can and polled to make -
men, as they were ,tips were given a more
be blamed for the lost. A team wins a nd a team looses. attractive man, The following question was asked:What do you

dislike most about men? -1.k. I
Kathleen DeBellas, airline stewardess-Men who think thata
Your world is Just beginning. Your whole life is ahead of uniform makes a woman stronger- desire their luggage
you. A few years from now you will look back on this high
carried. They lose their manners when we are in uniform.
school life with fond memories and will probably talk about the
Avis White, teenager- I dislike a playboy.
game you lost by one point in the orange bowl. But most im- Gladys Reddick, teacher Those who are too selfcentered. -
portant you will remember that you played on a great team. They like to have their "chicks" but they don't want us to I
Many of you will go perhaps to college and play football with have but one "rooster."
some of the same boys that you played against in high school
Marta Santa Marie, FAU student Dade Center- Men who
and they will become your best friends and team mates. Manyof are concerned only about the way they look.
you will probably become pro ball players and the training Marilyn Laskey, FAU instructor Dade Center- Men who
that you received at Jackson, both on and off the field, will expect women to work to help support the family and still
help you become not only good ball players but better men. have to take full responsibility of all the household care.
Always remember your coaches wanted not only a winning Sandra Jennings, FAU student Dade Center-The thing that
team, but good American citizens as well. really irritates me is a male who is a complete stranger say,
I would personally like to take a line to say thanks to Coach "Hi honey" or "Hi, you sweet thing."
Joe Brodsky, Coach Wilford and the entire staff at Jackson Linda Haber, FAU student Dade Center-A man who makes
high school for proving that you were not only a winner buta last minute arrangements for dates.
good loser. Barbara Chenowith, airline stewardess Men who don'tseem
There Is an old saying that my high school coach used to to much
care as as women do about dress, and men who
say to us and I would like to pass it on to you: "A winner wear their pants too short. 11)
never quits, and a quiter never wins." Barbara Gonci, FAU student Dade Center- Men who call \ 'j
Fm very proud of the 1969 Jackson Generals and most of women "Broads" and call their, wives "My Ole Lady." 'ji
all, rm very proud that my son Michael Smith (no.22) was a Karen Scher, FAU student Their inability to cope.with i
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member of the team. women's sensitivities. _.-
The Ball y'all Lynn Jackson, FAU secretary- Men who wear their hair
adat so long that it is difficult to determine which gender they belong f DRUGS
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May Headley, designer Men who destroys the things in HOMER HUMPHREY, Owner
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their individuality. FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY
Frances Pierce, < teacher Men who are blunt in their criticism
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Rosa Daniels, maid- Men who are bossy and possessive, 1 -
and don't give women a voice in the home, even when they work
for a living.
Mary Corbittnurse-Menwhowanttobe portrayed as men
but who don't want to take the responsibility.M. .
S. C., Barry college student Young boys who wear Get Your Xmas Spirits

their shirt tails out. From A Soul Brother
Ruth N. Polite, president Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Men
who aren't as civil as they should be; however,.women are, ,
responsible. We have moved into their domain abruptly Instead ; GRANDOPENING
of with grace and charm..
4 Donna Fletcher, FAU student- Men who wear white socks
with dark shoes in the business worldthat'sall right for cas-
ual wear, and those who wear shirt tails out.

Effie Williams, assistant buyer Selfish and Inconsideratemen
. who don't seem to remember some basic social graces. ..THURSDAY, Dec. 18th
f'f; Mildred Cooper, FAU student-Men who don't treat women ,
like women. Men who take too much for granted in their con- K
versation with women. PAPPA'SZ.

Gloria Simmons, teacher- I like an intelligent man whose [tt, standards are high. A man who respects my presence where :

To one and all sincere ever we go. 'Lover.: LIQUORS ,:;

wishes for a happy holiday. Black model on the go-Carolyn Stanley, Polly Garwood .
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Improving black pride-Outstanding black trumpet soloist, [(Formerly Hondy'sLiquors '
Melton Jones, performed with the Miami Jazz Band last monthat
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Hello, readers! I hope you have not been too uncomfortable \
".. with the cold weather which we've had this past week. In case The community Action Line,to be coordinated among North
you have not yet been struck with the full Christmas affects, western, Drew and Dorsey, through a community education
I then WOW, wait until it hits you! .;' program Is now In progress. This "Information please"
I think the Christmas season Is the loveiest time of the vea r. center Is serving to obtain answers and, If necessary,
-In school we learn of the first Christmas. Some people today appropiate action to solve a variety of problems that parents
say, "It was beautiful! But how do they know?Yes, it was may present to the center.Mr. .
beautiful In th sense that it was the beginning of the birth of a 7 James Fayson Is Miami Northwesters' Coordinator for
new people. .Christians. It was beautiful because it was the .. the Comm roity Action line.
day that the Savior of the entire world was born. It was beauti- :': '' The 12th annual Silver Knight Awards program, sponsoredby
ful because it revealed God's special love for all of His ,,",, the Miami Herald, has begun seeking nominees from Dade
creatures. He cave to us His only Son--His name, Jesus senior high schools. The purpose of the program Is to recog-

Christ. nize the service of outstanding seniors in the Dade County
Yes, that was beautiful,but how would you label this? "There .. schools.
is no room"These words were repeated continuosly to Joseph, Awards
The judging of the Silver Knight program will be
who was desparate and anxious to find a place for to bear :. ,:: .
..a' ( held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, March 17, 18, and 19.
the child. They found a place--a dlrtyjplace filled with dark- These are the 14 categories for entries. English and Lite-
ness and misery. But they remained there because there ---
was Science
Mathematics Social Sci-
rature, Foreign Language, ,
nowhere else to go, it was Mary's time to bear the child, and Industrial-Vocation Journalism Music
ence, Arts, Speech,
at least there was shelter to keep Mary from having the childin :
the street.In Sold tioGEtrt 01 the Dram: Athletics, Citizenship and General' Scholarship.
The Silver Knight program Is conceived by John S. Knight,
few hours the of the world born unto all Publisher of the Miami Herald, and administered in Dade
a Redemptor was for this fine week we have the fine,
mankind! You may label this--beautiful. I label it--sad, witha \Gary As Ward my soul, Gary brother is a very ambitious young man with tre- County public schools by Miss Margaret Gilkey, director of
lot of love within it. Is soul bor- pupil personnel services.
mendous hopes for the future. Gary a pure,
Five Journalists will attend Miami-Dade Junior College
Now this was 2000 Can think of incidents
years ago. you any
there Go get 'em, Gary. South for the winter term. These students have been awarded
which happen here and now in Miami in 1969. Most of us are
familiar with CND, Liberty City,and Brownsville,aren'twebecause -- Journalism Scholarships: Audrey Anderson, Beverly Roker,
we live in there areas, or have visited them occasionally Vanessa Anderson, Cassandra Johnson and Flora Brown.They
I would like for my people in the black community to think will receive one college credit for the course.
about this. Have you ever riden through,walked down, or livedIn Audrey Anderson and Beverly Roker will have earned their
one of our poorer neighborhoods--called black slum ghetto? second college credit at Miami-Dade in Journalism.One .
Have any of you been raised in or brought up children in a of the major projects of the Para-Medics this year is
slum? If you have,then I know that you will agree with me whenI R c l'w/ dJleigktd rendering time and service to people Christian Hospital.
say that there Is noway that could possibly keep me from Each Saturday, two members from the organization serve as
comparing Christmas or N ativity D ay with our CND right helpers to the nurses. Janet Benjamin and Cornelius Barber
here at home in the 20th Century. will serve this week.The jobs that they perform are typing,
There are many black women who have had to bear their making beds and helping patients.
children at home--a home infested with cockroaches,rats,and OCa4 Juniors who wish to compete for Achievement Scholarships,
filth. There are many black women who have not been admitted Merit Scholarship, or other awards administered by the Na-
into a hospital because they did not have the money (or the co- BY BRENDA WASHINGTONLast tional Merit Scholarship Corporation are advised to take the \
lor). My God! There are thousands of other examples. What Qualifying Test to be administered on Saturday, February 14,
about the men who cannot find work.The children of the unem- 1970. Register with Mr. Gray in the Guidance Office today.

ployed father are disillusioned at a very young age about the Rose Carles, and Miss Renetta Harrington for their out- The North Central District meeting concerning boundary
true existence Santa Claus.What Is Christmas like for them. standing performance as the only black nujorettes in the year lines was held December 16 in Northwestern' auditorium.The .
I can tell you this, it is not the big pretty, extravagant, expen- 1969-70. Miss Mackins gets honors for this was her second Student Council Is sponsoring a clothing drive. If you
sive Christmas--hard, miserable, "no room" for gifts under year as cheerleader. Miss Carlies receives congratulations s': have any clothes that you wish to donate, give them to your
the Christmas tree because there is no tree. other Miss Karen homeroom representatives.
nominees the
for being one out of two black (
Furguson) for the title Miss Homecoming Queen of Killian.As The Future Teachers of America !Is planning to make needy
I would think that in 2000 years things would have changed, for returning students, there's only one as far and that's children's Christmas a little merrier this year. They are
there would be room, but as we can clearly see, they have not the persuasive, Mr. Lorenzo Bethel. M.. Bethel attends sponsoring a "Donate a Toy" Project. If you have any toys,
altered that much. The only part of the first Christmas that please them to in
FAMU and is doing a good job of it. give Ingrid Rolle or Miss Judy Cook room
Miami black slums are lacking Is that winter snow and the 215.

dream of a White Christmas. Members of the celestial choir of Second Baptist Churchare Northwesterners were given immunization shots December
Please have a Merry Christmas! Think! a bout itl! working hard on the publication of a church telephone directory 16.The

The directory will give an aphebetical listing of the Northwestern family mourns the loss of our beloved Mr.
ELLY'S NICE ADVICE names of church members, their telephone numbers,and ad- "Breeze" Brown.
For the young ladies in my reading audience.Have you ever. dresses, with a cross reference of the various talents, skills Eva is visiting Northwestern April 6-10. .'
wondered "What ever happened to the days of Knights and Chi- and services of the membership at large watch for the date
valry?" I certainly navel! It seems as though the young men when these directories will begin being issued. This as a financial -
are taking us for granted too often these days. Our young men's endeavor is in support of the church organ recently
duties and responsibilities toward the young ladies is lacking purchased: by the celestial choirs,as a public relations endeavor. Coconut
in every sense of the word.It .' .
used to be that opening the door for a young lady, pullingout ,
her chair, ,complimenting her on her. pretty dress or her :'Afeo at Richmond Heights Jr,. High each Monday the parents Grove. DARBtY ", .
stylish hairdo, were Just the natural and correct things to do., andjeachers association (PTA) will hold a bake sale J '"JACKSONHighlights
These actions are still correct,but they certainly don't come With all sorts of goodies made just for the students, when the
natural. come students need them. The president of the student council Mr I AIN
Some of our young men would as soon slam the door in your Leon Valentine urges everyone to purchase thank-you notes'for
face, knock you down trying to get out of the door before you, there's a lot of thank-you to be said but too, there never ff-'
west down and watch you on the bus while you stand strugglingto seems to be enough time to say it in. OUR COMMUNITY: ', :? '
keep your balance with 50 Ibs. of books in your arms, and At Killian, rm proud to be able to thank Miss Edna Collinsas Our community is sadden of the ,toss o f Coconut Groves
not offer you his seat--In fact he might even laugh at you predicament the only black majorette for theschoolyear 1969-70. Miss most favorite, Mr. E. W..#','Stirrup Jr., being the son of one
Collins is a senior this year and we wish'all the luck for the of the oldest pioneer families in the comnvjnity. Mr. Stirrupwas
Some boys are neglectful.They neglect to remember certain ending semester. Also there's Miss Almerita Masklns. born in 1964 in the Grove community. He was a memberof
important days Christmas,the Prom,or your birthday. Do Second Baptist's Teenage choir is also presentinga musicalon ChrisfEpiscopal Church, where he participate in the vari-
you believe? ous organizations. Mr. Stirrup, a very distinguished personin
What ever happened to the protector image of the male. Sunday afternoon, December 14, at 3 o'clock The theme the community belonged to many organizations here in the
There was a time when a young man would never let his girl for the, day Is"Youth Witnessing For Christ" .Newly purchased community. Being liked by everyone he will be sadly missed.
insulted by anyone--and let that other person getaway with it. choir robes will be dedicated on the same date at o'clock Get well wishes to Hubert Dugger, Earl White, Ivory Mor-
cNow some guys will allow anyone to say anything to their girl- service. The community is invited to come out and take a part gan and Rosetta Jackson; all of Jackson Memorial Hospital.
friends and won't give a though about it. in Sunday's activities Happy birthday wishes to Cathy Moss.
I think that's pretty disgusting. When a girl and boy love or Last: week was a long week, but Just think a short month Margaret Ellen Gross of Coral Gables will spend the Christ-
like each other, basically their affection is the same; however, and what's more a new year mas holidays with her family. She fea sophomore at the State
a boy's affection goes a bit out of the "love" line. When a boy University of New York at Albany, where she has been admit-
loves a girl, he wants only the best for her. He wants her to I eons, disrespectful, silly, and conceited.What would any young ted to the education opportunity program of the university.
be happy always. He want no one and nothing to harm her. This lady want with someone like that, This program has been designed to award federal grants to
conveys part of his love for her. If a boy does not show first, respect you, second, kindness a carefully chosen group of students who like herself, have
The young man's roles as protector, gentleman, and friend towards you, third, understanding of you,fourth,care and loves shown evidence of ability, character,and interest.She residesin
are great. A young lady needs to know that her boyfriend for you, then he's certainly not worth an ounce of your love Albany with her sister Mrs. Jesse C. McClvene Jr., and
about her and watches over her to see that no harm comes to I Love is sacred and it is not to be wastedlll! 1 1 is the daughter of Mrs. Louise Gross of 137 Frow Avenue.Mr. .
week my column was Leroy Tlllman, the son of Katherine Tillman will be
her.Girls, it may seem as though Fm putting a tremendous responsibility on a very lovely lady Mrs.Ce spending Christmas holidays here with his parents.
and burden on boys but actually lam not. They enjoy cilia Hunter. Her picture was
being the "HE" man, the protector, the giant, the tiger., inadvertently left out. IN OUR SCHOOLS:
of their of proving to thai t: Until we meet again next Tucker
Besides, that's merely one ways you Elementary will have a Christmas play on Monday
he loves you.DON'T week, loving readers,remember night, sponsored by the teachers
EVER FIGHT OVER A BOYI! If anyone is to fight the I. that Black Christmas can On last Monday night the Carver Elementary PTA showeda
boy should fight over the girl. If aboy wants you to fight over be Just as Beautiful] Be Ever film on "The Use of Drugs." After the film a panel dis-
him then he's not worth TOUT time He's immature, dlscourt-, Amiable Readers' I love you! cussion was held.

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Masons, celebrated their 14th Anniversary on Sunday, November 30, at their MRS. SHIRLEY FUNCHES MISS ISABELLE MILLER MRS SHIRLEY PUNCHES !;

Temple, 5598 NW 7th Avenue. Members seated, left to right, are: Sisters ;
Varied Attire Seen For Deltas Ball"The j
Zepperine Bell, Eunice Shingles, Bro. Walter Purlins, Mary Arline, Ruby

Glover, Lela Vassar and Madine Watson. Standing left to right are: Sisters Age of Aquarius" approaches pears in a mini cocktail dress Miller? Whatever your

Barbara Deantinac, Ollie Ross, Marietta'Way, Mary Cox, Carrier Riggins, full bloom as Delta's and again in a long formal attire fashion, this affair promises

Daisy Robinson, Molly Fountain, Hattie Bass, and Jinadies L. Rice. Sister and friends prepare for a nightof as she satisfies her dres- to be a thriller I

Ruby Glover is worthy matron. Receiving tokens of appreciation from the fun at the Carribbean room sing desire for the evening.Or i

chapter are worthy patron, Companion Walter Parlins and worthy matron of Bayfront Auditorium on De- We'll be looking to see you
cember 30, at 10 p.m. will it be cocktail pants there. Invitations are now in
Lady Ruby Glover. Noble Lady Agnes Chatman, left, mode the presentations Mrs. Shirley N, Punches ap- as are worn by Miss Isabelle the mail.

IFCO Gets $100.000. rand From YWCANEW I

YORK The Inter- men's Christian Associationof staff.members. The other with no strings attached.Tar- YWCA's traditional ways of situation and of their own lev-
religious Foundation for Com the USA has announced. $50,000 will go toward supportof get date for the raising of funds interracial work, with the: erage in working for the em-
munity Organization (IFCO) Establishment of the fund the YWCA's own programsin is April 1970, the date of the present quest for racial Justice powerment of the black com-
will receive half of an Initial was voted October 31 at the the area of racial Justice. YWCA's national convention, addressed to "the empowerment munity and to present optionsfor
fund of $100,000 for black economic end of a week-long meeting in According to Mrs. RobertW. to be held in Houston. of the black com- the encouragement of and

empowerment and self- New York, during which $15- Claytor of Grand Rapids, In interpreting the action, munity and the encouragementof participation in economic de-
determination, the Na- 000 was contributed toward the Mich., national president, the Mrs. Claytor said that it signi- economic and community velopment and community de- ','
tional Board of the Young Wo- accepted goal by YWCA board funds approved for IFCO are fiedabreakthrough inthe development.: velopment.
"Yesterday's understand- The resolution adopted by

ings and skills will not do," the national YWCA board
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the national YWCA presidentsaid states:

.. ti': i!:A+i: ; ; < ; .: i < }?} : '. the critical"Newways situation of dealing and with the the"That YWCA the inaugurate National Board a fund of J
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: bla-ck community must be first step of which will be toraise

found, especially by organi- $100,000 between now
) :"f,. : If. zations, such as the YWCA." and convention (April 13-18)),
j- ,; ;" :';7f{ S She added: "With its long- Ths fund will .be divided on
.N standing Interracial policy, an equal basis: one half of the
$ r t i Interreligious Foundation for
the national board recognized
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.:::' :: of the total com- one-half to be supportive of
( YWCA work to the
'. :' munity to achieve self-deter accomplish
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The board's decision to
'' The Rev, Earl E. Allen of
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$ : ; Houston, IFCO president,
half to IFCO out-
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termed the YWCA action "a
:, growth of a series of racial
reflection of what to
Justice institutes which the appears
''f be an increasing amount of
YWCA has been conductingthis
confidence in the effectiveness -
fall in various sections of
and stability of IFCO."
the country.
The contribution, he said,
Purpose of the institutes, is "the first of its kind and, '' ".
thus far attended by represen- hopefully, it will stimulate
< A !p y.; tatives of 100 autonomous'a--"' other'' groups concerned 'J
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< Y. -- volunteers,staff,and mem the empowerment processin

berIeadersgreater under- a coordinated fashion,which
standing of the current racial IFCO was set up to provide."
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I I I Round The Clock Wage-Hour Questions Now Possible I BOOKER T. HAYES J f

easy Answering to contact device the Wage makes and it ami Wage-Hour, day or office night,in seven North daysa Mi- Immediate is manned, callers answers.can other-expect vocation.Booker T. Hit Hayes column,Is on, L t:Z'U'V.:.:;.' .0''.' ,>SEASO', .. N. .; ('''So<, ... ,... .j
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Public Contracts week and can expect an- wise, the caller must leave 'My Opinion," will be
(WHPC) office at North Miami swer by leaving a message," message as instructed by the a returned the second week rga5mo: 2'i i
which this
serves area. Clem J. Denicke In January.
,area director device when the call is made. '
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Weekly Horoscope I 200 N.W. 47th Street I

December 18 thru December 24 757-3362 I

8211339177ARIES NTERVILLA KINDERGARTEN Whatever we do, let us be doing j
(March 21-April 19): Emotions run rampart II 5861 N.W, 17>h Avenue f.{ !
in week ahead, Aries my sweet. Positive as well as 696-3802 i it with a view to the future.It v
negative forces surround you. In fact, they vie for your I
I is our pleasure to serve you.
attention. You may be a bit demanding. But JACKSON'S TODDLE INN
those around you will to your bidding. Tiny word II 3038 N.W. 48th Terrace I
of caution don't overstate your case, least your pre 6344308LAUGHLIN'S I
sent arrangement collapse like a house of cards.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): O Taurus, what ever 5605 N.W. 32nd Avenue U -*> FISHMAN'S
is to become of you? If you think last week was a heller 634.1632 GROCERY I
then hold o tight, because the week coming up will be 4104 N.W. 17th Avenue
sheer pandemonium. A bit of organization is in order, I ST. PAUL KINDERGARTEN Ivan McCaskill, Owners
Taurus. Emotional as well as financial. m 1592 N.W. 51st Terrace !
acsvacssacs ac xs ss acsvacmac .i t tcsvocsvat ICleapsacl sMel.
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GEMINI (May 21-June 20): It's all up to you in
week ahead, Gem. Money matters as well as family I ROLLE'S RIDGEWAY KINDERGARTEN I
matters. Avoid' short-term gains. Think more of long. I' 5937 N.W. 22nd Avenue IIIi
range goals. You may have stooped in the past, Gem, 634.9196 f.{
but in week ahead you should s-t-r-e-t-c-h. On last day TURNER'S KINDERGARTEN II
of week contact loved one. I
7168 N.W. 16th Avenue I
CANCER (June 21-July 22): You may want to havea 691.6772 f( .Peels Slreta
good cry in week ahead, Moonchild. If so, go ahead. I Flits AAUAtl Lu
You'll feel better for it, and your tears will only sweeten RANDOLPH KINDERGARTEN
the ground for the .flowers which are sure to bloom in m 1425 N.W. 54th Street
the spring. As week progresses, be generous with those 691.7988 i

around you, but not foolishly extravagant.LEO I NEW ANTIOCH MORIAH CHURCH DAY CARE SIZES 1 to 14

(July 23-August 22): You are not aware of it I 4770 N.W, 7th Avenue
Leo, but there is one who silently admires you from a 754-2985 .
safe distance. This make feelings known in "THE lAST WORD IN
week ahead. Don't be shocked. Accept with grace. You .
can't help it if you happen to be a sex pot. On last day I 4798 N.W. 8th Avenue PHONE 379-4831 ,
,5 of week, call home. 758-1601l ii
VIRGO (August 23-September 22): Affairs seem to '
be confused in week ahead Virg. Take time to sort the K 1845 N.W. 65th Street : .: .
wheat from the chaff and situation clears. Tension will 691-4212 i-, .
also deminish. Watch wallet last two of L---- .J
your on days +c tcsac_ ac lLleac__ lctct t.
week. As week draws to a close you will feel urge to
contact old pal. Do so. By phone.

UBRA (Septemebr 23-Ochber 22): You may be Phone:,
accused of "moodiness" in week ahead, Libra. Pay no Ill: 633-1714 :
heed. Everyone needs time to review ones goals. When I I ;
making decisions remember: "The heart has reasons which 119 BOBBY'S
the mind knows not." On last day of week get home early. INTERIORS ', wFA:

SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): You've certainly ;
._,. .Jiad your ups and downs in the past year, Scorp, but in CustomMadeBobby
week ahead you just may find reward waiting. And I
Marquess, owner.
don't mean the kind found under the Christmas tree, ; FABRICS NOTIONS TR/MMINGS4'
either. Relax and enjoy, enjoy. Make important phone DRAPERIES
call on last day of week. :

SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): Wow, VALENCES"! ( :
Saj, this is really your week. You'll be full of vinegar. I WOOLENS
And grog. Use energy productively. For a change. Love $19
""" smiles on.. vojj.Jbgfftte is.over, Ready? Get set. Go, ;
Baby.'gol! __ : .
CAPRicORN (December 22-January:Absolutelywild

... week facing you Cap. Party, party, party. Are you
up, bit. ,? Of course you are. Have fun, and have one on i
AQUARIUS (January. O-February 18): Once again -
Aquarius, romance seems "tCf"'be. highlighted. Don't you 98
EVER work? An association which"until now has been one
more or less intellectual level, just may turn Into some' STOONS'I l:1 D. j joaf
thing else again. Consider permanent ties on fast Jay of ,
week. Act accordingly. Otherwise have fun. ;;1'I(.'

PISCES (February 19-March 20): Frantic week .
ahead, Pisces. You may as well know. However, if you NYLON NET .
keep your wits about you and keep your nose out of the "
sauce, you just may survive. 19 :


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welcome 1930 Ponce Dt Leon 7th Ave
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so her children: and grand. patronized and loaned money Market. Mr. Sharpe is a roof loyal supporter. Drives from and advertising for ftt
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SBA Sets Record In Loans To MinorityA i

record breaking 58% ed In the same period of 1968," commitment tomaking minor prise (OMBE) to expedite the' (
of the loans approved by the they said. ity entrepreneurship a strong; flow of funds to potential minority ,' ;
Small Business Administration and'Improtant part of our eco- businessmen," the Secretary Y
(SBA) in the three months "Loans approved in 1969-- "
nomic system. It reflects the said. ', :
4,383 totalling $105.5 million
period of Spetember October I '
enthusiastic of the
rvdwwwi as against the 1968 figure of
November went to minority -
SBA which streamlined its administrative
&wmBy business, Secretary of 2,389 loans for$46.6 million." procedures to- WATCH FOR JAN. 10 t

a v Commerce Maurice H. Stans "This easing of the flow of speed up action,on loan appli- ALPHA KAPPA

ADLINE PONTIPHFLET and SBA Administrator Hilary venture capital to minority cations as part ,of the pro- ALPHA
Sandoval Jr. Jointly announced businesses Is significant evi- grams developed by the Office PRESENTSFRANKLIN'S'
today. dence of the Administration's of Minority Business Enter-
ment for she contributed muchof "During this period the SBA
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her talent to pioneer pro- .assisted 1,400 minority bus- -- -- lIIt.t1l.1 >f r I'.l'J lIIII'L' -(M "
ductions which were atthat inesses with loans tot a 111 n g i
time no more than mere re- $33.9 million, and this accelerated i
citals. Comedy, being her rate is reflected also In CARPET
forte, was always the Issue and the record for the first ten

she never,allowed anyone to months of 1969 which almost 8650 NW 22nd Ave.
H ,hear her truly beautiful voiceas doubled the volume of applications -: ;I $H lrP
it really is. Being a come- processed and more ;: sN ,QOO CARPET SALES AND CLEANING
dienne imposed upon her to than doubled the dollars loan- j WE HONOR MASTER CHARGE
impersonate,all kinds of little
old women,'usually very con- I
merry. After that beautiful'love ;
fused andbewlldered to the, song where the young j I
point of tears A good friend of t
bride tells her shy husbands j
mine, namelly Mrs. Elizabeth
"Now I Have Everything, :
Telley, who is the mother of
Miss.Derwln breaks into tears
our first.debutante Miss Wil- j
gushing all over the stage ]
sonia Brown (now married) j
and joins an equally sadened j
DODIE DERWIN recalled Dodie's interpre-
father*of-the-bride in arous- j JV1.i
tation of a sweet no-talent lit- ,
If it wasn't for her nose I ing "Sunrise, Sunset" whichtells j I
tle harpist who was dying to
wouldn't have noticed, if it of how come the children<
pluck a few strings at a party.
wasn't for her Jewish accentI grew up, so fast and are' we
After much screeching and '
wouldn't have believed it, if getting old? Without invitation -
it wasn't for that limp I would squawking from other per- the audience could feel > i S x '
formers, this little lady "was
have chuckled. All this to say the nostalgia and the vibration '
not given a chance." End result -
our guest performer, Miss ., of yesteryear. It was an excellent -
Dodie Derwin, was absolutely was that she took"'the11' performance and I hope ICARPET

marvelous. Dodie is a longtime damn thing away!" Idon'thaveto that when Miss Dodie Darwin
friend of Mr.La Pierre's tell you anymore about that, goes back to New York, (she

enterprises here in Florida.In do I? stayed in Florida especiallyfor
fact she tells me 'she has In "Fiddler On the Roof," this participation) she will
known Paul for many years Miss Derwin plays the partof not forget how grateful the
the much too members' of the PerformingArts > '
being one of his first acquaintances grandmother $ ?
upon arrival in Miami. old to go to any wedding and Society of Greater Mi- 'I I :
We're speaking of ten years our show has one particular ami really,are after so.much
back. wedding she couldn't stay way success due to this professional CLEANED IN YOUR HOME OR OUR

At that time, our studio had from that of her favorite interpretation. I'm only PLANT
not been established as such grandchild (played by Miss too happy to hear that she will FOR FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME CALL '

and there not yet any.questionof Valda Cole). Everyone saw remain in Florida part of thej I
an integrated 'performing her poke her nose into the wedding time and we are looking for- !( 696-9133 or 635-3641 ,
. arts society. Dodie had a large; celebration which I don't ward to en loving her company j
role to play in this establish- have to tell you was loud and as often as we can. ;.XIDC>>a: .

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"Fire And Blackstone" May Cause ; tl

I: Gnashing Of Teeth In Chicago 1'

The Rev John R. Fry has peace by letting them use the duct" with-the Rangers, but
long been concerned with the church building for "whole- three of the opposing wit- :
plight of the poorespeciallythe some" activities Under- nesses at the McClellan hear
poor blacks. It was as edi- standably but most unfortu- ings have been branded as ,
tor of Crossroads magazineand nately First Church was soon perjurers. Lippincott's Nov.
later as news editor of Judged "guilty by associa- 21 publication of Fire and
Presbyterian Life magazinethat tion." Skepticism led to scandal Blackstone, telling Mr. Fry's I:
he first became involved First the already blatantly side of the story for the first !
with the civil rights movement uncooperative Chicago police time, is certain to add fuel to I t
His commitment grewas raided the Church on the the already heated argument.Here .
he participated in the inception rumor that the Rangers were ;
of the East Harlem Pro- storing their weapons there r t
,testant Parish, went on to accusation which received is Publishers' Week-
serve churches in Spring widespread publicity. Thenin ly's response: This is Mr.
Valley (New York)and Cincin- 1968 came the nationally I Fry's anguished chronicle,
nati, and ultimately became televised hearings held by Sen. told largely through 25 "ser-
pastor of the First Presbyterian John L. McClellan's Senate mons" that are like no ser- 1NY
Church of Chicago -right subcommittee, at which Fry mons you ever read before, MII- R ,
in the heart of the poor black was charged with using OEO of Ills agonized efforts to be-
ghetto section called Wood- funds to "pay off1 gang lead- friend and "lead" the Rang-

lawn.When ers, and permitting sex and ers by opening his church to
he undertook his Chi- pot parties right within the them. He Is furious and truth-
cago post in June of 1965, he church. Fry was given no op- ful; he, relates candidly his I
found himself faced with an portunity to defend or even ex- shock, first at the rat-pack i iI\\I I, 4 IIX I I
alarming situation: the citi- plain his actions or those of attitudes and activities of the
zens literally lived in fear of his staff. boys, then at the retaliationby I 1 1rI
the nightly gang war being car- In September of 1969, how- Chicago police (they raid-
ried between the Blackstone ever, the tide of accusations ed his church), politicians and
Rangers a notorious South began to turn in Fry's favor press for his Christian identi-
Side black youth gang number- when a "blue ribbon" Presby- fication with the "lost" young / ; k1r
ing 4,000and their rivals, terian committee held a retaliating men. This is a moving indict-
the Devil's Disciples. Fryandhis investigation. Not ment of "white" power by an
staff hoped to help the only was Fry cleared of ten aroused clergyman who brings
Rangers become a force for charges of "improper con- not peace but a sword.

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_ "One Step Into The Generation Gap"For 4GROW

visiting and local soul its another thing to cut your youths Is unthinkable to a great
folk alike, grand drugs in Co- own color in the throat." many people. But we're mov-
conut Groves black district is Hall has politicians blood. ing into an era where anythingcan
a singularly popular meeting And hides little of it when de- happen. As for me, I think
place. For the now, newly ap- bating at an open meetin.Hall, the idea is a faraway possibi-
pointed Miami Youth Repre- the first black youth at City lity," and in the scond place, WATCH US
sentative it serves as a poor Halt;have received admira- I don't think I'm ready for that
but handy substitute for the of- tion from such people as Sen. type of thing."
fice he badly needs. We were Edward Gurney and the presi- Attractive cat that he is, Robert -
to meet there on the morninghe dent of the U.S.A. Richard L. Hall is making history.
was to meet with channel 2 Nixon. He might give you the most
executives to discuss the pro- The late part of October a serious look when talking ,
n posal for a new T.V. Programin private poll was taken to see about black problems and In I I \\ \ I (Y I ;>, '(\ fjt "\
which he is to host. As expected who would be more probableto the next moment talk with < !,. 1\1'\'
w. .
". Bob arrived a little lead among the blacks, and starry eyes about a young ladyin "'rl! 1 lfllrllTHE
late. His clean boyish face Is Hallscored, 2 to 1 yet, the idea Tallahassee. Yet, as Bob obdajiI
now speckled with hair The of him becoming leader was put it that day in front of grand a
little back woods boy has been soon dropped because of age. drugs.. "Who's a step into the
replaced by a clever young "That's not surprising," he generation gap? You adults
man with an attentive mind that said "in a country such as this, Just forgot you were once
often comes from spending the prospect of a black youth young." Hall Is in great de- '
eight or nine months at City leading adults as well as mand as a speaker.
Hall with the big boys. Young

the guy talk.that he is, Robert Hall is LI 6i1QmI9$

After making front page and
getting the "Miami News CallCHARLES
special report stamp"he went
on an exhausting tour of the '
Dade County Schools. He visited -
almost over a dozen
schools, posing as a visiting ROGERS
student for a week at a time 1-7502 In iI the spirit of the season, joy BeTyours
and as he put It that morningon

the way to the meeting,get- FOR A GOOD BUY ON A in fullest measure..
ting tired of seeing us blacks
PIANO ORGAN, SCOTT .,' "j:>..y :
with no unity.Robert ,
had Issued a proposal STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
to channel 2 executive INSTRUMENTS.
to start a program geered directly .
on the black youth of Miami -
The proposal was of mud
interest to channel 2 and nov ,
steps are being made toward
the goal. "It was surprisingto
me," said Bob "that it hit
off so fast.The people at Lind-
sey Hopkins are very honest
They don't lie to you."
Robert Hall is the key lin k
of communication between the .
city and its people. At City
Hall it is impossible to get ai t JL ALITV SUFPLIrIli [y""' + 1"r. a
him. He is forever on the go,, H !
Phone calls, he seldom picks
up the messages at the EOPI t1
office. Yet, he was taken bj
surprise when he had to return -
an urgent call. Askinghe 1
would make a guest appea- e i

rance on a talk show. He was
even more surprised, later,
when told he would have to d 0
two.Grove I* WJ. O'Brien Co.
who has
on occasions, been laughed al t s
At the crossroads of North-South Ellpr.uwayONLY
for attempting guests, founc 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI Beauty Supplies
Miami's black yough in bad
751.7S02"Broword 2.5131
Phone : JA }
taste. "It's shameful to sec 7211 NW 2nd Ave. r
your own color trying to prov< 300 N.W. 54th ST.
who is tough among them
selves." Hall. "Its on< FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN U.S.A.
says In Ft. Lauderdale, 1103 E. Lot Ola Blvd., JA 5-37(6
thing to be tough as business S t s sT
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, ference between the German, dog, although actual physical C.D., protection dogs club here area for
Shepherd and German police. contact is necessary.To train Again I emphasize the 1m- couple of our purposes
.. .Your Dog f tp The dogs are the same. This a dog in any type of guard portance of going to a vet, organizing understanding: (1)) To about promotemore our
I name police dog came into work and have him hurt would there are several possible
I being because of the German either ruin the dog or set him causes of this condition, a few dogs. (2)) To teach a person
I And YouBY of the ton- what to expect from their dog
police squads and army used back in training so far that being enlargement
I I. the shepherds most often. further training is a waste of sils, an insect bite, an infec- and understand his reactionsin
I. ; VINCE COOPER Mr. Cooper, time. tion in another part of the body differentcircumstances.(3)To ( )
. --.- In training a dog for protection Mr. Cooper, causing the lumph glands to train our dogs to even
: Dear Mr. Cooper, dog and also the word sire must the dog be hurt My pup has an enlargementunder swell. I recommend seeingthe greater protection.Until heights. in obedienceand
tell the in ? R. M. his neck, can you rec- vet immediately.
Can you please me and dam. S. G. any way the
ommend sort of medication Well for those of who are next keep
I difference between a German In protection training it is any you
Shepherd and a German police S.G.There is not really any dif- not necessary to abuse the C. D. interested in the purpose of the cards and letters coming in.
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F Heals Market Celebrates jl :


30th Anniversary, s

| By DAVE BONDU Business began to grow Through the years, Mr.I LOUNGES INTERNATIONAL
rapidly, despite the depres- Adams has spent many val- EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE
Neal Adams Supermarket, sion, and after occupying this uable and tireless hours away Earl Edwards, Prop.
i 4825 NW 27th Avenue,is cele- building for a year, they were from his business to help c1vic Complete Exercise PEP PAID DAILY
brating 30 years of operation able to buy the and FUNERALDIRECTORS Equipment Driver I Men with cars, I
property and political organizations.He .
Fork lift, Lob-' '", Wore- :
during the month of Decem- pay cash for it. has fought for better schools, Supervised Zeok Peltier by housemen. Open 5:30 a.m. I
In Feb., 1949, the whites of roads, playgrounds, police MANKER-MIITON "Mr. Miami"
December, 1939, with an the area wanted to build a protection, and served as 6701 NW 15th Avenue A-l :
{ original $7,10 investment, school and park, now knownas an interim Dade County Commissioner 691.9151WI WEIDER Employment :
they decided to opena grocery Allarattah School and Ma- NDOW SERVICE Natural Organic FoodSupplements Low Fees -No Money Dowr t
+ store.At first, they were told nor Park, and Neal Adams Restaurant, Hotel :'
that in order to establish this Grocery had to abandon their Because they are proud of HENRY'S Sold In.ldeT.I.phone Domestic, Factory i
would have business location. movedto the tremendous support WINDOW SERVICE : 759-9423 534
business, they They 746 NW 62nd Street N. MIAMI AVENUE :
I to have $125.00. 4827 NW 27th Avennue, and throughout the years from Repair & Installing j
They went to a loan company are still there. their many friends and cus- Phone: 635.9869 ,
hoping to obtain this This location tomers, and hoping for con- LAUNDRY & $,
amount, but were told that the as large as they would is not have nearly it, tinuing support, they are offering CLEANING! THE JONES BEAUTY, WORLD SAlON II II

company did not deal with Ne- but none of their many special bargains WILLIAMS' (formerly of 2686 NW 62 St.) 't I
throughout the month of December TAILORS & CLEANERS ,
gro clientele. This was very would sell their property so I in celebration of 30 1 Day Service Alteration 2975 NW 62nd STREET YS P I
depressing, but they were de- that'they could expand. They of and 4842 NW 27th Avenue SEE US:
years giving
termined and with the $7.10 tried receiving 634.9251CONTRACTOR.S
desperately to relocateon good friendships.Neal SEE US: For your color t {
rented an old shabby building NW 32nd Avenue, but again ing, cutting, tapering,
located at 4801 NW 13th Avenue the reluctant neighbors would Adams Grocery Sup- J. H. COPELAND and scalp treatments. YH+x 1
I and bought a few supplies. not sell. This has made it im- ermarket thanks each of you, 2939 CONSTRUCTION NW 48th Terrace Also SPECIALIZING IN WIG
These were very trying possible to relocate. and hopes that you will at least Phone 6346233IndustrialCommercial STYLING AND THE SALE OF WIGS
I times. Most of their friendsdid drop in to say "Happy Ara- I
Due to the success of the (Operator ) I
not believe that they would store, however, Mr. and Mrs. versary" Residential Doris Jones, Mottle Jones, Operators I
in business two weeks Coll Us < I
stay Adams were able to make sub- : 691- 66Magic I
but loaned them .25 .50 .
stantial contributions to the WATCH FOR FAYSON'S
JAN. 10
$5.00 to keep stock in the i
Brownsville Community Cen- r i
1 store. ter which is called A Free- ALPHA KAPPA Painting &
Mr. and Mrs. Adams had to
& Harlem Cabs
dom House for all People.. City
I rise early in the morning and .
It has also enabled Mr.Adams, L
( work late into the night, and Sr. to participate in the Civil Operating the Citgo Service Station

| during this time money was so Rights movement and travel l atlei.lQratl ic acbYOgdacslodsatf -REASONABLE AND' 1501.NW 62 St.
limited that he had to make DEPENDABLEFREE
too and in the
several trips a day to the movement from coast to coast. 1 ESTIMATES
i wholesale house to buy a few 696-6400

I cans to keep stock .:.....-.-- --_.- Phone PHONF
Full time or Part-time
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Machine Sewing I

0 o I Repairs j
ft Give Yourself a Lifetime ProfessionBY

{ The2Taylorsand
GUARANTEEDFREE Reasonable Enroll Nowl'I!

their employees sincere appreciationfor 4 SERVICE Day and Evening Classes
say: 'ESTI SATE\

/ iMay NO MORE your good will, we 534-9904 0 R 864-4309 SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL .
extend best wishes for
TAILORINGBUSINESS Reliable Sew-Vac 169 NW 54th STREET 151-9'48'' ;
FOR the new
year. (Wig Styling Very Reasonable) :

t We CHRISTMAS have too much work! SUE'SHEALTHS 'WAtfA'', r 1 1j j

Thanks for the many REDUCING ,GOOD.JOJl1' ii 1 1I'
orders and jobs given us. i
Come again after Xmas. 4411 NW 7th Avenue

Easter orders start nowl! 759-3361 C IBM KEYPUNCH ,, ',\ "' AUTO INSURANCE I
Immediate SR-22
Christmas Phone: 757.4827 Sue Harris, R. N. Low :
bring everyhappiness- 108Q NW 54th St. Payments. I
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d_ on_ ____ ____ ___ GOODMAN & SONS
+secfsacs otstadsadl csmcivac- itemcl icse c AIDE '

BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS CALL 693.3721 Same locati .n for two generations
6427 NW 18th Ave. TO ALL OUR CLIENTS '
I :'M,11.; :BUSINESS, ) .i88 NW 62nd I 'SCHOOLS I It790".W
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I" I'i Agents Wanted
\ 'Agents to sell The Miami

I NIGHT I / \ i I II may Times be are and boys wanted Georgia'and girls all They ov.rFlorida or VET TV

1 r r adults. Make spending TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

money. Write or call Mrs. .
I I II 6910421.Davis,6530 NW 15th Ave., 379-7735


"Any wh.re In the world
s I want to go"
E.O. Culmer you :-

I Tax Reports Bookkeeping Service I II """"'" OME CHRONIC I ILLNESS? WILL YOU I

Business Analysis Cost Accounting II TUY 4UlEIU HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE

Inventory II "Your Neighborhood Travel LAST EXPENSES?

I Wills Contracts Civil Marriages I'I Agent" Universal pays its death claims the s am e

As near to you oc your day death occurs.
Birth Certificates II telephone. Give us a call.
May the true meaningof I WE DELIVER. 7543517. Join U.N.C.A.
6105 NW 7th Avenue I
Christmas make your Ave. Miami Fla. I II Chat. C. North, Manager Universal' Christian Society
holiday the happiest. I 5264 NW 24 .


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sad but loving memoryof Remains MRS. DOROTHY SEYMOURof
Chester Shannon.
! f.I MEMORIALS DEATHS I a dear sister, aunt, cousin, will be shipped to Tampa for 1211 NW 63rd St., died De-
and friend, final rites. cember 9. Services were con-
WILLIE DUNWOODY of 219 ducted from Holy Redeemer
died Friday at Church 10a.m.. Tuesday
NW 44th St.,
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe a Jackson Hosptal. He is sur- morning. Mr; Leroy Seymour,

"There comes a time for all memory of our dear be- vived by his wife Prudence; a husband; Sharon son, Leroy Seymour., Jr.,
mother of the late Willie Jr. of Detroit; a daughter,
of us when we must say good- ., family son Are her survivors.
- among
' # > WILLIE YOUNG daughter Johnnie McMillan;
. bye, but faith and hope and love k
'" 4. and trust can never, never takes this method to thank two brothers Eddie Brown and MR ROBERT MITCHELL
',i' die." everyone Including the neigh- Albert. Arrangements are in- 2541 NW 152nd Terrace, died
R bors of 152nd Street,the Houseof complete.MRS. December 12, at North Miami
The family of the late Albert, the First Born Hol- HENRIETTA Mc- General Hospital. Survivors

iness Church, and especiallyour CRAY of 4225 NW 29th Ave. include Mrs. Minnie Mitchell,

pastor, Rev. 0. Smith. Apt. 5 died Thursday at Jack- wife, son, J.C. Mitchell. Ser-
} He leaves to mourn: a,devoted son Hospital.Sur v i v 0 rs Include vices will be held Saturday

I '. wife, Mary;a step son,JohnH. son Alfred Rius; a sis- from Greater New. Bethel at 1
; Samuel, Jr.; a motherinlaw 0"_'" ter Mrs. Mariah Fillmore; a p.m. Mr. Mitchell will lay In
-sr, Mrs. Martha Burke of MRS. IRENE ROBERTS niece Mildred Solomon and a repose in the Liberty City
'' -.,... Thomasville, Ga.; brother, STRAUGHTERwho nephew Cleophus Solomon Jr. Chapel, Friday afternoon.

,__f : :": ') Walter Young; sisters, Mrs. left us one year ago today Services will be held Thursday MRS. LOUISE HUDSON of
I -- ::.\ <>.J,< .. .. ./ Georgia James and Mrs.Rosa December 20, 1968. 2 p.m. In the chapel. 930 NW 55th Street, who ex-

I MRS.SAVELITA JOHNSONwho Mae Johnson; a sister-in-law, They that love beyond the ROBERT WHITE of 7001 pired December 8. Her sur-
. departed this life Dec. 21, Mrs. Willie B. Young of Ft. world cannot be separated. by NW 15th Ave. Apt. 9, died vivors include, a friend, Mr.

1967. Myers, Fla.; brother-in-law, it. Friday in Jackson Hospital. Leroy Brown; four neices
nc Gone but not forgotten.Her Frank Burke of Newark,N.J., Death cannot kill what never Survivors include his parents Sharon Anderson Elizabeth
I work on earth is done. The many n e ice, nephews and dies. Nor can spirits ever be Mr. and Mrs. Robert White. Tucker, Nanette Hidson and
victory's won the battle's friends. divided, that love and live in Burial was in Lincoln Park Johnnie Mae Walkins; three
over. My Lord makes no mistake the same divine principle the Cemetery of 22340 nephews John, Michael and
We love her dearly but The family root and record of our loved EUGENE
Young 118th Court Goulds, died Rubin Hudson; four cousins,
God loved her best. SW
Death Is but
one crossingthe
NENA KELLY TYNES Thursday at the Baptist Hospital Charity Johnson, Mary Field,
who departed this life Novem- missed world, as friends do the He is survived by his Irvin and Saul Mathis. Burialin
ber 10 1969 wish to ackno- seas; they live in one another Evergreen Memorial Ce-
wife Fannie a son Eugene
Hilda Ingraham, daughter CARD OF THANKSThe still. This is the comfort of ;
ledge that your kind expres- Lomax and a sister JuanitaM metary.
, sion of sympathy Is deeply appreciated Elizabeth Mack Johnson daughter,daughterand family of the late and loved mourn ones.her Still passing.we miss Com-her McCoy. Services were held Chapel services were con-

\ and gratefully ac- the entire famllv forted by the knowledge that Tuesday at New Bethel AME ducted Saturday for MR.GARY
, I knowledged. Church of Goulds. EVANS & MR. JOHN MILLERof
Special thanks to the No. #1 her spirit abides with us. TONYA MARIE MUNN of 5978 SW 66th St. who ex-

\' choir of St. James A ME IN MEMORIAMIn 14800 Tyler Street, Richmond pired December 7. Mr.Miller
I cafteria staff of Prin- James D. Roberts, Jr., at
Church, Heights died Thursday Baptist survivors are Mrs. Magnolia
j ciana park Elem. School, lov- loving memory of our !. brother Hospital. She is survivedby Miller, wife;two sisters, Mat-
: ing neighbors of 50th St., lov- dearly beloved husband and Mr. and Mrs.Charles Good- her parents Mr. and Mrs. tie Miller and Burlah Brant-
, ing neighbors of 158 St., Opa- brother, ': 'I '.' other ing. Jr., niece and and cousins.nephew Jerry W. Munn; a brother, ley; brother, Archie Miller

'r x locka, Stewardess board#2&3, NABLE DIXON "I", .'..:."...' nephews grandparents, seven uncles, Mr. Evans,survivors are bro-
1 JF Missionary board, Pulpit Aid who departed this life Dec. 14, .............c.......... 11 aunts. She was shipped to ther, Mr. Lordrick Evans.Interment -
I 4 board of Mt. Herman AME 1968. IN MEMORIAMIn Wilmington, N. C. where ser- in Paradise Memorial
. Church of Opa-locka, staff of Fond memories of your vices were held.THOMAS Park.
Range Funeral home, and to presence on earth will linger loving memory of our ALEXANDERFORD Infant DEREK WALLACEof
Rev. Stuart, officers and with us during our life time sister and godmother of 1750 NW 83rd Ter., 1032 NW 35th St. died Sat-
members of St. Mary WM J' died Sunday at Jackson Hospital urday at Jackson Hospital.
Church. Mrs. Alice Dixon ,,,' HAZEL CRENSHAW, He is survived by his Survivors include his parents
I Special thanks for food, donations sisters and family parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Mr. and Mrs. William Earl
v, cards, floral pieces who departed this life Dec,. Ford. Arrangements are in- Wallace. Burial was in Lincoln -
I. tf and other acts of kindness. 15, 1968. complete.GUS Memorial Park Cemetery -
Mrs. Bloneva Cordero CARD OF THANKSThe May she rest in peace LEE, JR. of 4301 NW .
Miss Ismor Tynes ROBERT E. RUFF 29th Ave. #2 died Tuesday..
Miss Joyce Tynes family of the late who departed this 'life November Jessie Young, sister Services were held Monday
Mr. Alfred Tynes 8, 1969 wish to express Hazel Young, niece from Antioch Baptist Church. Richardson _.
to -<------ -
their sincere appreciation Edith Coverson, godchildIN Survivors include a son Ulas
IN MEMORIAM the many friends who rendered Lee and parents.
acts of kindness during '
Dedicated to the memory of their hour of bereavement. MEMORIAMIn
PEDDY Of 22200 SW 115
our! dear beloved mother, Special thanks to the Range
Ave, died Thursday at Lack-
staff to the
Funeral home
loving memory of our land AFB Texas. He is sur-
Bunche Park School Family, dear cousin, vived by his wife Eudell and l
to Mesdames Valdez Murray, LOVINA BROWN other relatives. Services will

Theodora Cooper, Frances who departed this life Dec. be held Saturday,Dec.20,3:30
I McIntosh, Irene Harris,Ange- 15, 1965 and was laid to rest p.m. at New Bethel A-ME oi
lia Harrell Rubye Rankin and
Dec. 22.This Goulds.
Doris Harden. is great pleasure to MRS. ALICE HARRIS Ol
We wish to express special do this in love In our hearts 1144 NW 31st St., died Mon-
thanks also to Rev. Maggie
for one we very well know. day at Baptist Hospital. She
tr, Green, Mr.John H. Mack, all To let her know that someoneIs Is survived by a son Robert
the boards of Greater BethelA
thinking of her. Carroll; a granddaughter Mrs.,
ME Church, and the super-
Theresa Williams two grand
MRS. SARAH B. WILLIAMS visors and workers of the ;
From a dear niece sons Robert and Theodore
JOYNERof Gorton Shrimp Company. Mrs. Ophelia Nottage and a Rainer; two.brothers includ- LEROY DOUGLAS BROWN,
2160 NW 5th Place, who departed May God bless each of you. dear cousin, Mrs Jeanetter ing Booker Jones; five sisters commonly known"Breeze"of

FANNIE BELLE SHANNONwho this life on November Moss Susie Mae, Mae Jessie, Fan- Northwestern High School,
departed this life ec.22, 28, 1969, wish to express sin- The family nie Watson, Mamie Collins former football coach of

''. 1963. cere thanks to all the neigh- and Nena Ferguson; ten great Northwestern was funeralized
Mother there is a vacant place bors on 5th Place and 21st Ter grandchildren and, a stepmo- Monday from Greater Bethel
\ '' in our home and 22nd St.And friends for the CARD OF THANKS ther Mrs. Mattie Jones.'Services AME Church. Final rites will
: Since you have been gone. kindness and comfort we need- will be held Saturday, be held Sunday InApopha, Fla.
We are left all alone to weep ed at that difficult time. A 11:30 a.m.
:{ and mourn. special thanks to Rev. EdwardT. MRS. MINNIE LEE WIL- MRS. SUSIE JOHNSON Of

t But we know that you are at Graham, the choir officers LIAMS of 1789 NW 155th St, 8390 NW 18th Ave., died December -
peace in your heavenly home and members of Mt.Zion Baptist Opa-locka died Sunday at 16. Services will be
,;., Sleep on mother and take your Church for such a beautiful Jackson Hospital. She is sur- held Saturday 10 a.m. from
I ," rest service. We also thank vived by her mother Mrs. First Faith Cathedral. Her

\ 'i We all loved you dearly, but Dunbar Elem. School, Mr. Emma Bell Blake; three bro- survivors are one daughter,

t i j(1 Jesus loved you best. Nelson L. Adams, Sr.,principal thers James,William and Rev. Carolyn; one son-in-law,
faculty and especially the C.C. Blake; five sisters Es- Daniel Johnson, Jr.; two
Rev. John A. James, son school lunch room staff. The tella Austin,Willie B.Daniels, grandchildren, Daniel ni and
j Eunice M. Bradley, Bessie Parisian cleaners, retired Jessie M. Cooper, Mary E. Carol Ann; one sister-in-law,
J, James and Prenella Shannon, teachers, Booker Washing-- James and Elouise Blake.Re- Mrs. Dora Moore; a niece
I daughters; Ernestine Moore ton's faculty and West Dunbar mains will be shipped to Donna.

Williams and Carol Ann Taylor Elem. Blackshear, Georgia for final
\ granddaughters; LeRoy Thanks to Richardson's rites. BENNIE JONES of 15950
James, son-in-law; Herlin Funeral home directors, who ADAM JAMES SHANNON of, NW 18th Ct. Opa-locka died

' Williams, grandson-in-law. handled everything with such 2055 NW 63rd St., died Satur- Dec. 12. Services will be held
,\ tender care. day. He is survived by his Saturday from First Baptist
( May she rest In peace. Again to our many friends The family of the lot. EUSTACE EDGECOMBE wife Maxine; a close friend Church of Opa-locka at 1 p.m.
i I ,' ( and neighbors we want you to wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the many Doletha; several children and, Survivors Include wife Pearl;
( II accept our heartfelt thanks for friends, neighbor, Father Lambert L. Sands, Father his parents Mr. and Mrs three sisters, MargieOdora
(' Ii all the visits, letters, telephone and Mrs. Elisha S. Clark., Jr., Miss 0. Winters of and Emma Waldo of Greenville -
; : I< CARD OF THANKSThe calls,cards,telegrams, The Miami H.rald, the many wond.rful folk of Vlxcaya, IN MEMORIAMIn N.Y. and Blanche Whig-
, i food and especially for the and the Range Funeral Home who gave such consoling loving memory of our ham of Augusta, Ga. one bro-
( i' family of the late beautiful floral pieces. sympathy In cards, telegrams, flow.rs, services, dear husband and father, ther Carol Waldo ;
of Phila.
f I LOUSE HUDSON their cars for service at the funeral and many other NOBEL JENKINS
: to thank their things that were so appreciated during our time of ,
I( << friends wishes for their kind deeds many Mr. Arthur L.. Joyner, husband bereavement. With all our hearts, again we say, who 1950.departed this life Dee. 14, Baby girl SHANNON died
"THANK YOU. Dec. 1. Graveside services
( 1:, and time acts of bereavement.of kindess 10 their The Desires, Williams, The Family Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. will be held Friday, 1 p.m. In

i E\ Bradleys, James and Gold- Charity Jenkins, wife. Evergreen Memorial Ceme-
, smiths and children tery.
I The Hudson family



-I BAIN'S- THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 19, 1969 29 \

'.. Man Killed In SquabbleOver

Laundry- JobA r'55'0 Y V

fight over a coin-laundry noon. Detectives arrested : N

night attendant job left one man Willie Mack Roberts, 52, at v'jSj
fatally shot and another charged his home, 1255 NW 58th St.,
a with the slaying, Miami po and charged him with second
lice said degree murder.

Willie Holmes, 41, of 1320 Officers said Holmes had
NW 61st St., was shot in the replaced Roberts as night attendant -
'. mouth Saturday at the laun- and witnesses reported -
j" dry, 1352 NW 62nd St. the two men fought about
Holmes died Sunday after- the Job.
kLtJ .
I' tti'
Police Find 'Hurt'

JR., prominent realtor and Husband DeadRobert
community leader of 3242
Charles Avenue,died,Decem- Lee Wright, 24, of her husband in a domestic
ber 11th at Christian Hospital. 5929 SW 67th St.,South Miami, argument.
Funeral services will be held was found sprawled on the Metro police said he had .
Thursday, December 18th, 4 bedroom floor of his home been stabbed five times with
p.m. at Christ Episcopal Monday night, fatally stabbed kitchen paring knife.
Church with Rev. Canon with a kitchen knife. Police They booked his wife on a J an et McCauley is 100 percent for the surging ecumenical move-

Theodore R. Gibson, officiat said his wife Ella Pearl, 24, first degree mirder chargeand ment. The friendly Roman Catholic nun, a member of the Sisters of Christian
Survivors include his had asked neighbors to call placed her in county jail
ing. her help it along. She's teaching history at Metho-
wife, Mrs., pearl Stirrup; two police because she had hurt pending a preliminary hear- Charity, is doing part to
sons, Ricardo and E.W. ing. related Bethune.Cookman College-the first Catholic nun to do so during the
Franklin ni; two daughters, regular school year. In fact, Bethune-Cookman boasts a Jewish rabbi, Leon

Mrs. Norma Townsend Hurwitz Buddhist, Dr. Premsukh Poonai of British Guiana; a Protestant the

Woody; three sisters, Mrs. Pitts Named college's Methodist chaplain, Reverend Rogers P. Fair; and a Muslim, as
Kate S. Dean; Mrs. Lillian
well as members of other Protestant denominatioos
Mazon and Mrs.Ira Davis;one such as Church of God,
brother, Ralph; three grand- District Sales Rep. Pentecostal Holiness, Baptist and United Church of Christ. "People are'

children and a host of other relatives r ;M sharing things which they'have in common rather than thinking of that which

and friends. divides," Sister Janet contends. Above she is shown with Chris Johnson and
For Eastern \Maurice Barnett.

.' iL Raleigh L. Pitts, formerly "
Eastern Airlines reservations
MASONS MEETTo It..' \ "'. agent In Charlotte, N.C., has
: I been named district sales representative -
all Master Masons,Eas- "l for Eastern in "
tern Star, Heroine of Jericho, Miami.

to the entire Masonic family, .. .1 J .1 n} : In announcing the appoint- DRAPERIES
working under the protectionof I MERRY CHRISTMASI ment, A. Norman Koppen,district Taken Down
the most worshipful union EVANGELIST II sales manager,said Mr. Dry.CleanedBeautifully
grand lodge ancient and hon- MARY CAESAR Pitts will make his headquarters Folded
orable fraternity of Free and at Eastern's district sales
This is 5 of and Rehung
part a 9d
Accepted Masons Prince Hall 8 tinulng article. May i\\ office, 150 SE Third Avenue.A .
affiliated, muse Rudolph joys of Christmas native of Cleveland, Ohio, The Original
Bradley 33 degree Grand Mas- : the glory of the Lord I Mr. Pitts is a U.S.Army vet LUSTRA-TONE DRY
ter, you are here by notified \ gracefully upon each | eran and was a deputy clerk of CLEANING SERVICE
1 readers and I.
that Sunday, Dec. 21 at 2 p.m. my patrons. For PrayerRoom the [ Criminal Court in Charlotte 642-4684
we are observing Saint Johns I Lord loves you, each I before joining Eastern in 1968. I
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your :
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[ ways as you notice the, R LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
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Compliments of the seasonto MERRY CHRISTMAS TO 3001 NW 46 h STREET J1E>419J
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday December 19 1969
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il} MACEDONIA' CHURCH Rev, A.L. Shipp, pastor SCLC'S Rogers Explains

Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor Sis. EvelynSouter, reporterOur I

.. :J iIi'iii Willie J. Beard, reporterOn "

Church's Anniversary, "Black Church America"
the 22nd of December, the second Sunday in January.Our .

. the Sunday school department youth day the second In Tuscaloosa,Alabama,the lease the frustration caused by
) \ will present its annual Xmas in February. I
Sunday and
Rev. T.Y. Rogers,Jr., Direc- disgust and dispair gives
exercise i at the church. A B.T.U each Sunday at 5 p.m. tor of the Southern Christian Black people confidence that

) cordial invitation is extendedto everyone is invited. Leadership Conderence's Of- they can direct their destination -

each and everyone to come Please pray for Sis. Fannie fice of Affiliates told a groupof .

hI out.On Washington who is home ill, students at the Universityof
the fourth Sunday, Fel- other sick, shut-ins,bereaved Alabama, that if the Black Rev. Rogers
. I lowship Day will be observed. families and those in the arm Church is notabletodirect'heaspirations future Black church filled

) The morning service will have ed services. Visitors are always of Black peopleand with angry, young concerned prophetswho
the ladies in charge with the welcome. are neither
of the movement of Black
about pharaoh's status quo nor
women singing and ushering.
from to lib-
people oppression of Canaan but are deter -
the fruits
afternoon the
On Sunday man
L Let's not forget the true meanings will be in charge with,the male Elks Lodge NewsW. eration, which is the best will that be mined to exercise full freedom -

chorus'and male ushers serving can be hoped for, there in Egypt land even if this
of Christmas on this happy day. a violent confrontation between fighting the pharaoh
Both speakers will be wo- 0. Perry, exalted rulerof the of Black means
.) ...-......-- -................................."" :"" ":'''''-...................""' ..........."... ......- men and men, respectively of Atlas Elks Lodge No. 308, people and white resistance. himself.Rev. .

CHURCH OF DRAKE MEMORIAL Macedonia. Dinners will be Miami was re-elected to that Rev. Rogers stated that the Rogers spoke to a Re-

BAPTIST CHURCH served following the morning office on Dec. 2. genius of the Black Church is ligious Seminar on the subject:

THE OPEN DOOR service. Brother Perry begins an- that it is able to adapt the mes- "Black Church in America".
'j .. Rev. J.W, Dunn, pastor other with a most
year cap- sage of Jesus Christ to the He will speak tonight to the
The Church of The Open N.T, Green,reporterOur ST. JAMES AME able cabinet of officers that needs of the Black people.The Afro-American Students and

C,Door. will celebrate the birth have served so well this past current emphasis on Black the Tuscaloosa Citizens for

of Christ with two special ser- Deaconess will observe Rev. S.L. Gay, pastor year. identification services to re- Action Committee.

vices on Sunday. At the eleven their anniversary on Sunday at Nellie Saunders, reporterThe

o'clock service the young people 3 p.m. We are asking all members CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

of the Church School will and friends to please be youth will entertain you p TEMPLE BAPTISTThe

'\' present, "The Legend of the present'to hear Rev. Sims deliver with their Xmas program on City-wide Mission will "Glory to God inthehighestand

I Black Madonna." Music will the message. Sunday at 6:30p.m.December celebrate its anniversary this on earth peace, good will

t be rendered by the Young Pea Our Christmas program 21st. All choir are asked to'' Friday night at Temple. Ser- toward m>?n." These words

ple's choir. Mrs. Gloria Ran- will be held on Sunday at 6:30 sing Xmas carols for this occasion vices begins at 7:30. The pub- from Luke are the Golden Text

dolph directs "The Legend of p.m. the picture "Glory in the lic is cordially invited. from this week's Lesson-

. the Black Madonna" and Mrs. Highest," will be shown. We The December Club will Sunday is Homecoming Day Sermon to be read in all

E r sly n Anders directs the will have the christmas carols have chicken dinners on sale in t rM at Temple. Members who Christians Science churches.

: Young People's choir. and scripture presented by our the parrish hall all day on tr A found the weather to uncomfortable The subject asks question:

? ,; At 7:30 Sunday evening the youth. The exchanging of gifts Saturday, December 20, for to attend worship ser- "Is the Universe IncludingMan

f congregation and friends of the will be at this service. Pleasebe delivery call 691-1421, and on vice will show what they really Invoved by Atomic

Open Door will gather for the present and Join us in our the same night they will have a mean. The male chorus will Force?"

.. annual White Gift service. observance to the "King of sale party at the home of Mr. sing during the morning and The radio program, ever

\ This service will be one of Kings." L. Sparks 1140 NW 76th St. evening. station WMBM 1:45p.m.

r prayers and carols. Special The pastor, officersand Watch meeting will be heldon Christmas Eve serviceswill Sunday discussion How Re-

music will be sung by the members mourn with Deacon New Years Eve, December begin at 10 o'clockwith velant is Christmas?"

; Chancel choir, under the direction and Mrs. William Hardee in 31st. - -- prayer meeting.The Fifth Church of Christ,

of Mr.WilliamS John their hour of sadness. Sister W. 0. PERRY pastor extends Season's Scientist, 1600 NW 54th St.,

son and by the young people Hardee's brother passed in ST. MATTHEW Grand Deputy, Louis Duty Greeting to all the membersand welcomes all.

choir under the direction of Albany Ga. The funeral is Sun- held election for trustees. friends, especially to the

Mrs. E r s I yn Anders Gifts day, December 21. Elected to that office were sick and shutins.COMMUNITY MT.. TABORRev

wrapped in white will be given Rev. A. Randall,pastor Charles North, George Stuart, James Hendon, pastor

r by the members of the church. JORDAN GROVE Sis. Wynell Turner,reporterThe Herbert Chisholm,Robert Ga- BAPTIST Wilhelmina Sands, reporterOn

1 The gifts will be given to the briel and Jimmie Lucas, CHURCHRev. last Sunday the Pastor's

,, j young people of Silver Oaks Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor pastor wished to thank chairman of the board. Aid Club held its annual pro-
t Rev. Swain and congregationof B.L. Mack, pastor
School. This service will
> Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe Bro. Eddie Williams man- Invited the
\ gram. guest were
close with the traditional Bright Morning Star, for Robbie Dailey, reporterThe
ager of Atlas Rest and Exalted Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor
lighting of the white candles. women of Jordan Grove rendering the installation ser- Ruler
Perry went all out to Jordan Grove Baptist Church
vices:for him on last Sunday. Installation Service for k
will observe their FellowshipDay entertain the members and
and his
Mrs. E.
Thanks to each member of our the Sunshine Band Crusadersand
Mrs. Annette McNeal ,
reporter with
on Sunday morning their guest "classic night." Merchant president and
church also.Regular Red Circle was held Sun-
Mrs. Sallie Carline as guest The rest had two bands for members thank the pastor and
service all day Sun day Evening with Rev. Mick
speaker. dancing. One upstairs and one members of Jordan Grove for
day. There will be baptism on delivering the Sermon and Sis
Choir No 2 of Mt. Carmel
SAINT MARY'SMrs. downstairs. Guest were free making this program a suc
Sunday morning 7:30 Leola McCoy District Mis-
a.m. ,
will also be on the program.All to dance either floor or follow
asking all canidates to bringa sionary installing the Officers cess.
t. women are taxed$3.00 and their favorite band as the orchestras All Boy Scout committeemen -
Adele McCray, reporter change of clothes. Rev. Ingram was the
i their assessment to
exchanged places are asked to meet in the
Sis. Catherine Bethel are always wel- guest speaker on Monday night
queenof during intermissions.
Please don't forget your come to worship with us. for the Pastor's Aide Club. conference room of the church.CALVARY .
i Jordan Grove.
Sunday, Dec 7, Atlas Lodge
tithes for Sunday, December The Christmas Christmas practice every
program was host to the Florida State MT.
21 the Supt of the Sunday school Tuesday at 4:30 until Christmas -
will be held at the church on
NEW PROVIDENCE Association. Elks from the en- Rev. S. Atchison
t would like to say thank you to The Young Matrons will
night December 23
Tuesday tire State of Florida met for Phyllis Beal
X all members for their have their Christmas at
our party
at 8 All children whode-
p.m. Rev. C.J. Burney, pastor meetings, progress plans and the homo of annual Christmas program -
their financial Mrs. Elease
port during sire to play a part are askedto Arsula Edwards, reporterAll plans for the next state con- Tay- is scheduled for Mon-
I drive. The winner was the nur- meet at the church on Mon- lor, Thursday night at 8 p.m.
day, Dec. 22. Please come out
class and the teacher is
sery day at.5 p.m. members are urged to Watch for a big special affair and see the youth in action.

r Mrs. Adele McCray second the The reporter and membersof attend these services. Visi- sponsored by Atlas (unloving NEW SHILOH The Pastor's Aid Board will

senior class Mrs. Mary Ad- Jordan Grove wish each of tors are always welcome.Consecreation brothers, "The Raccoons celebrate their anniversarythis

derly teacher third pre junior you a Merry Christmas anda hour of prayer ." Rev. A. M.Griffin,pastor Sunday. plan to worshipwith
class Maxine Bain teacher.
happy new year. is held here each Sunday Jimmie Lucas, reporter.ST. Ella Elam, reporterThe us on that day.
Our Christams program youth and dirctors
morning at 5 o'clock..
JOHN'NAZARENECHURCH On the fourth Sunday will
will 22 ST. we
be December
Monday, Bible class and would like to thank everyonefor
at 8 p.m. The ETA Phi Beta each prayer PAUL AME helping to make their 7th celebrate our churches anniversary -
meeting Tuesday at 7:30
will hold their annual
Soroity annual youth day a success.
Rev. E. Jackson: pastor Rev. T. C. Kelley pastor
j j candle light service at the p.m.Let Special thanks to Rev. Ronald
us not forget our BTU Amos BIBLE
Sis. L. Jackson, reporterThe Mary ,reporterThe CHURCH
church December
,' on Sunday, Williams and Rev. Carlton .
Sunday at 5:30 In
: p.m. your J. B. Epperson Board
: 21 at 5
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; p.m. Robinson.
We arethankfultoGodtosee church's Family prayers please remember the will hold its monthly meetingthe to Bishop E. E. Rahming, pastor
Sis Edith Duncombe in church Dinner, will be held Sun- sick, shut-in and the bereaved. third Sunday at 4 p.m. Bryant for raising the Shirley Cooper, reporterOn

I' after her long illness day in the annex at 4 p.m. All Business of importance.All highest Sunday at 3 p.m. Elder
amount of she was also
parents are urged to attend MT. SINAI boards and clubs will money, Servance and members will
crowned Miss Shiloh for 1969-
CTJRACE Xmas program will follow hold annual elections at once be with us.
PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Cleo Albury, pastorB. 70.
6 p.m. and must hold a meeting at We would like to thank those
Boney reporterThe
CHURCH The program will 1 feature least once a month in a busi- who came out to be with us on
Pastor's Aid Club cli-
Rev. W.F. Savoy, pastor special speaker, James maxed Rev. Albury's birthdaywith ness manner. CONCERT SUNDAY last Sunday.
senior of Miami with 1
Trapp, Jack- Beginning Choir No.
a surprise party in the
The following were son High School,and presidentof and follow in sequence a sen- Northwestern's Chorus and
annex. Is Your Luck Crossed
elected last Sunday as new the National Forensic League ior choir will service every North Miami Sr. High Chorus Up?
Our Youth Choir will Can't Hold You ,
The pastor and congrega- pre- fourth Sunday night. and orchestra will present MoneyAre
members of our official
sent themselves in with Sick ? Can't Get Work?
tion of the St. John Nazarene song Tuesday night after the third Handels Messiah this Sunday
boards to ,
Mr. Leroy Grayson
: the children at youth hall Sat- Can't Hold a Job? Can'tHold
I u Church wish you a Merry Sunday a church conferencewill December 21st at 4 in
4 the board of elders Mrs.Inez p.m.
; urday at noon. Everyone is in- Friends ? Family
Lemon and Mr. Willie Jenkins Xmas and a Happy New Year. vited. be held, all officers and North Miami Sr. HighAudi- Problems? Can't Overcome

to the board of deacons; and members are asked to attend. torium. Enemies?
ZION HOPE' The directors of the choruses -
to the board
Harold Higgs
NEW CENTRAL are Mr. John Miller and Come tee this gifted woman
of trustees. We express our of God with all prob.
( ri appreciation to the memberswho Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor BAPTIST CHURCHThe Rev. P. W.Williams,pastor Mrs. Doris Johnson. The pub- lem*. Prayer changes your

have been serving on these Bessie Williams, reporterThe Kathleen Streeter, reporterThe lic is invited to attend and the things. God can do anything

boards, and we look forward to Sunday School will pre memorial services for Pastors Aid Club would admission is free but tall..No appointment ne-

some wonderful teamworkand sent its annualChristmas pro- the late like to thank those who came ce.lary.BleI.lng &

service together with the entire gram Friday, Dec. 26 at 7:30.In REV. E.J.CLARK out on Sunday to make their Healing Services
congregation in the com bereavement wehaveSis. will be held at the Central Baptist anniversary a success. I HAVE A PROBLEM! Every Sunday 4-6 p.m.

sis- Church, West Hollywoodon Thursday Dec. 25 the Fridays 7 p.m.9 p.m.
Vivian Hicks,who lost her WHAT'LL
ing new year. with ter and Sis. Gladys Woodard the third Sunday morning, members will have a Mortgage I DO? MOTHER L. SMITH
out the your
Close year
to the who lost her aunt in Mississip- all family and friends are Burning ceremony The Rev.E. Just Phone: Phone: 6*1.2916 .
financial obligations
and with faith- pU! Remember these families' asked to be present at 11 a.m T. Graham will be the guest 757-4827 2311 NW 82nd Street

Lord in shape, in wor- along with others in your prayers The message by the Rev. C. speaker at 11 a.m. Please planto American Spiritual Church Miami, Fla. "
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Mrs. Gerald of 2540 Pembroke Road. Prizes given I
NW 61st St. announce the en- away this Friday night. LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
gagementof her daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Walter A,
Barbara Kitchen to Mr. Jim. Bowe and son John are wishing 3001 NW 46th St.

I mie Wright, son of Mr. and you a Merry Christmas.
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Arnold Hamilton, son of Mr. lege choir. dale, returned from Nassau
and Mrs. Jimmie Hodges, Mi- Her fiance was graduated last week and reported he enjoyed Now Under New Management

ami.The from George Washington Car ys, the trip to the highest. 1
wedding will be 5 p.m. ver High School, Miami and -- & Ownership x
Dee 21 in Emanuel Baptist attended Edward Waters Col- 1
Church, Jacksonville. lege Jacksonville and Please
Florida Help Us 1
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6894 NW 7 Ave.
I Greetings To The Baptist Women Council Daughters of St. Paul II I
(missionaries of the modern
Fellow members, at this Christmas bells remind you media of communications) I 1
season of the year when the en- of the proclamation of His have a drive to give many 836-1151 '
tire world pauses celebrate birth. May the Christmas free books andpamphletsdur-
the birth of the Prince of guest remind you of Him,who --' ing their visitations at Christ-
Peace, the King of Kings, it Is the unseen guest. PFC James Thomas mas time to those in need:
gives ms great Joy to greet you May the Christmas spirit son of Mrs. Lenora Thomas, Jr.of, The prisoners (menandwomen Dry Cleaning
in His name. And as we cele- remind you, in every way of 5327 NW 30th Place, Miami ); the old the sick and I
brate this glorious birth,may Christ your King. after spending two years in the lonely; poor parents and 1 At Its Very Best
the Christmas lights remind
heart Vietnam, Thomas is and many others.
With a greatful ap- on leave
you of Him, who is the light of The books in
preciation and much love for for a few weeks, before going ( English and I I
the world. May the Christmas cooperation back. Thomas is a graduateof Spanish) will be in the line of
feast remind of Him, who your New 1
you Testaments,religious instruction -
support Jackson High School,he also ALL WORK DONE ON
is the bread of life. May the
formation for teen-
attended Miami Dade Junior 1
Christmas tree remind of Yours for a happy holiday, :
you College. agers, lives of saints, Bible, PREMISES : -
another tree, the tree that He Marie M. White, your presi stories for children, etc.' U b
hung, ,upon for you. May the dent. ... 'If'you wish to cooperate in I INCUR :.
NORTHSIDE CHURCHRev. these spiritual works of mercy ;

Lindsey Hopkins Adds New L. Masback, pastor please send your donation to or i ULTRA-MODERN f

" Sarah Harper, reporterThe call: Daughters of St. Paul, I I PLANT / 1
church annual convention 2700 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, I
Health Occupations. Program 1 will convene from Dec. Fla. 33137- 3710835. I IIt I Dade County's only' I
25 Jan. 1 at the Church of Ij black Son i tone certified
Beginning in January, the and, a survey of the basic j 1
Division of Vocational, Tech- sciences related to surgery. (.I God in Atlanta, Ga. Rev.W,H. master dry cleaner.Sanitone 10.1 ,

nical and, Adult Education, The major J portion of the 'Delane, pastor t' .
The hour at 6
Dade County Public Schools, course will be comprised of youth p.m. + '
please out to 1
will offer for the first time a classroom work and practice come fellowship Ii
with us, 2590 NW 103rd St.
comprehensive program to in the skills essential In the -- s ,
train Operating Room Techni- OtfIWUtIIitr'DrJdl-:
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cians, day classes will be con J ATTENTION CHURCHES ,, WILBERT I HAYNES, t
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need for technicians in the be obtained by contacting ;:a nominal fee of $10 per
Service.Lind month the Times will j '
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an Increasing shortage of sey Hopkins Education Center monthly the name of the
nurses, this new nine-month 1410 Northeast Second Ave., program will include an Miami, Florida 33132, Tele- ;:and 'reporter's' 11 a' m'as 'and .
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j would like to apologize to the Junior orange bowl committee you, know, that we black people are
j for not attending nor mentioning their activities last week. Fm dreaming of a Black ChristmasJust
thought to have our own language? Some of
But the last couple of weeks has been rather hectic and I like the one I used to know
haven't been able to do a lot of things I had scheduled. For Where the hustlers hustle our leaders imply it when they suggest that

those of you that have never attended a junior orange bowl And Militants bustle a, white people must learn our language.
1, .: parade or game have missed one of life's better moments. To To hear sirens in the street. i
see the efforts and energies of these young folks you can really < What is our language? FOteen for fourteen -
.' appreciate the entire pagent. I make one promise to the committee Fm dreaming of a black'Christmas
I JOOly for July. DIS for this. Bread for
). from now on, you may count on me to be in attendance With every Ghetto Card I write '"
Hawk for wind I I could It's
at your activities. May your days be merry and dark ;' ;. money. go on.
Speaking of the young, we have some parents that didn't Any may all you Christmases be Black :.i; true that many of our people have fallen into
think too much of theirs. For reasons Ifind it hard to believe, ,'" '\-"; the habit of poor diction and slang. Many are
',' a lot of parents, through lack of interest,ignorance or something (Jingle Bells) Police Cars ,
failed to have their protected against dip- short on grammar and word usage, simply be-
youngsters Police Cars: Police Cars Police Cars today I
theria. In these days of the vaccine there is very little needfcflr Oh what fun it is to ride cause they were not educated in the art of ver-

our children to have to worry about the childhood diseaseswe With handcuffs on today bal communication. That doesn't mean theycan't
and our parents went through. I don't think their is a Job
be. Or that they lack the ability to learn.
where we can't take off the time needed to get the protectionfor Dashing through the streets. "
our children. With stolen ,, 'a
goods today [
With the basketball season In full swing, we have experienced Ducking from the law ,J.t" ; Let me remind you that we are Americans.
"' a few unexpected facts. The UM isn't what we thought, Laughing all the way :, ,;:? : !!. English is our language. There is no reason
nor is Dade North; Jackson won't run away from the rest of why every other ethnic group can migrate to
that the other teams found out that the General's
the teams now Buildings burning down ,
this and and who
master English
can't but five of country ,
team is made up of human beings and Kids out in the cold -j: ,
them play at one time. And one thing I almost forgot, the Oh but we don't care are born here, can not. Let me squelch for all
.. Floridians injuries and all, will still make one of the playoff Look at what we stole I ':' time the myth that black people have a language -

14 spots. :." )" all their own. The ability to- learn and
"t' "Spike" Gibson an ex-harlem Globetrotter, has decided tot Police Cars, Police Cars, Police Cars today'' "\' ; :; ,; ,
\' .. speak English is well within our capabilities.
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'* try and help more people in the South Miami area, he is trying Oh what fun it is to ride ''' 1' -' ; ,w""

j' for a city council seat. Knowing Mr.Gibson's record for sin- with handcuffs on today. '" ,1 :
Remember thatl! And remember this
\ cerity and dedication, I'm quite sure he would be quite a valuable ',.,..I' ,," ; : /lif<,, too
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:ul, \ few things have more bearing on the impres-
4 asset to the council. Go get'em Spike! ,;'H' \- ; } .1.

1 The Jackson Generals closed out local high school football Oh Come all Ye Faithful' :,,lC' ":,,r,},t..1. t,:<''It',I.,.", sion we make than how we speak, the wordswe
until next year, even though everyone was hoping tar\ one more Joyful and Hungry :iif11WIf" \! !\ ..\\I h: use and how we use them. This is the age of
; week. For some reason, the Generals played like a bunch of Oh come Ye Oh Come Ye to WelFarer 11";.' t ..
"." communication. And you'd better know how!
the ball all Come and behold "
I PFC's and fumbled the game away. They moved us
night; but when it came to putting itacross, they just couldn'tdo On an empty stomachOh
U. come let us abhor it In a job interview, you very often make it

The Miami Dolphins closed out local pro football and I think Oh come let us abhor it or fall flat on your face the first time you open

everybody will agree, Fm glad! Next year's team can be no Oh come let us abhor it. .W-l-1-1 fare (with gusto. your mouth. So, start working on your com-
but sometime between and training the
worse, now camp,
\ munication Do it and eliminateone
} front office have to decide what's wrong and do something about A little bit of Soul Nostalgia to be sung in the ghetto areas system. you'll
\ it. I personally feel the fans deserve better pro-football lotfc only. more barrier to better jobs for black peo-

(ft; .will 'f\ 1 spend too much money in going to see the Dolphins. Imperials Newport. New group called the Sensations at Jet-A- something eat.
Scoreboard to date: High school 84-24 (.778); college 26-15 Way. .George and Gene Butler at the Knight Beat. Nicky you
(.706); and professionals 115-54 (.680)) this week I see: Lee with the Betty Lavette Show at The Top Cap in Florida J&ePlack

Kansas City over New York-Good bye broadway City. '
Oakland over Houston Too many guns for the Oilers to Soul Folk Vice PresidentThe
handle. City of Miami Police Dept. .Agnes Footman Manager of 10 Greyhound Corporation

Minnesota over Atlanta The bird can't fly without a wing piece Soul Group((531-3415)). Ocean Liners Band.. .Louise at .
Los Angeles over Baltimore It's warmer on the coast. The Continental. .Sam Early and Slenderized Jimmy Early, ,: : '.,
Detroit over Chicago Poor Bears. wherever they are.- '

Dallas Cleveland over New York A tune-up for the Cowboys. ,, \ ,:,;,., :'t ,' ),f" 't ,"1'1',.::" \:
over Washington The Cowboys can't look ahead. '
Greenbay over St. Louis-Another bird get frozen.
; New Orleans over PittsburghPrayer meeting at the Sugar
San Francisco over Philadelphia Another bird that won't
CHUMP OF THE WEEK: Pete Rozelle-When you make out ,.
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a. some of last week's games were rediculous. And while I'm ::, \ .r <
on the subject,thinkabout moving the play-off games in warm-' yr W +ra w
f er climates also.
SPORT OF THE WEEK: Ray ThorntonYou still have a 1J\

lot of nerve, and still a little sense. You also tell it like it is' ,,
and pull no punches.
r ve been looking forward to seeing some of you good sportsat
i the local soccer and wrestling(hfgh school), so far I haven't.
i(1, Where are you?
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t.,i.0,\(, 01" :. Model City Development By ERNIE!RTmCorp :Planned I

call it the Model City Development
The Model City area is 7,3 square miles in the heart of Model City families. They
Greater Miami with nearly 100,000 inhabitants. Ithasa hous- Corporation nonprofit housing developer oflowand mod-
ing crisis. erate-cost housing.

Twenty-five percent of all housing is substandard in the Nonprofit housing corporations are new to Miami, although
'. I Citizen Of Model City area, compared with only eight percent in the rest most major U. S, cities now have large metropolitan housing
) of Dude County. Homes and apartments owned by absentee- development sponsors in the nonprofit sector. In the United
i landlords are in the worst condition, and over 60 percent of. States as a whole, nearly half of the subsidized housing in the
s The MonthWhat Model City families are renters compared with only 36 last ten years has been built by nonprofit corporations.Ghetto .

percent countywide.In residents of our nation's urban slums are now developing -
does it take to make a
"Model Citizen?" 1964 the average family income in the Model City area thousands of homes under various FHA programs designed -
was $3,600. If these families paid the recommended 20 percentof to aid low and moderate-income families. Early non-
9 1 AI their incomes on rent, theaverageavailablerent per fami- profit corporations such as InBedfordStyvesantNewYorkand
1 1r ly should be about $60 per month. There are few apartments HOPE, Inc. in Cleveland are now making substantial
anywhere today for that price.To gains into the housing problems of the poor.

j4 .G Fa> make things worse, these Model City families are con- Most important of all, these neighborhood-based corpora-
siderably larger than the Dade Countyaverage3.8( family tions have the support of the community they serve. In manyof
compared with only 2.6 in a family county-wide). The result: the apartment complexes, for example, landlord-tenant
p ) Model City families are paying for more than they can afford cooperation has reduced maintenance costs and resulted in
I 1- for dilapidated and overcrowded housing lower rents.

.. Dade County is today facing the most critical housing short- The development corporation in the nonprofit sector is mid-
age since World War II. The vacancy rate has dropped to an way between a private real estate corporation and a public
emergency level 1.5 percent. Although new housing is being corporation. Generally, it has a neighborhood-based Board of
built, its price is soaring average cost of a new home in Directors with' selected participation on the Board from
Greater Miami is now $28,000. New rental apartments are housing experts in the greater metropolitan area and a
also raising fast in cost. highly professional staff.

Even used homes are being priced out of the middle-class The Board of Directors determines the corporation's poli-
a 1f Charles Rudolph Hadley market. The average used house now sells for $23,417 in cies and objectives J and directs its staff to package hous-
knows the answer, becausehe Greater Miami. Home ownership is a literal impossibility for ing proposals with FHA and commercial financing institutionsfor
r has all the qualifications.For the poor In Dade's housing market. Board approval
;. the past 28 years,he has
{ The Model City Development Corporation patterned after
Unfortunately the statistics themselves cannot the
i been employed by the Dade convey
of the successful in
County Health Department as appalling living conditions which give the housing problem such, many nonprofit housing corporations
I America today.
an Investigator. overriding urgency to thousands .of poor Miamians. In fact,
He has been dubbed "Mr. most Miamians have no conception of the squalor, filth, and It is an ambitious proposal with high-reaching goals, but
I Ii WE IAn Easter Bunny," "Mr. tur- overcrowding that many Model City residents must live with the Housing Task Force of the Model ''City Program would
f: key" and many other names day by day. have it no other way.

f I N Including Miami's Sepia This is how the MCDC will operate: it will locate sites suit-
In the Model City area, the citizens who live with the hous-
able for development or rehabilitation plan for the use of the
Mayor. ;
; ing have tool for
emergency everyday designed a new dealing
tell of sites with Model staff and residents for financ-
The names only part City ; arrange
1 Area with the crisis It took nearly a year of citizen planning throughthe
of the charitable ing architectural services contractors and other housing
the story many Model City Program to devise a way out of the new human ,
events,Hadley is directly realities of the "housing problem." services; and manage, sell or organize cooperatives for the
With responsible for, at Easter, operation of housing

Thanksgiving and other timesof Residents meeting once and twice a week for a years timein Because of the'Housing Act of 1968, which called for mas-
the year through the effortsof the Model City Task Force on Housing have developed a new sive participation from nonprofit housing sponsors for low
the Community Wide Citizens homes for and moderate-income housing the MCDC much like other
Problems housing ,partnership to develop and rehabilitate -
''I Organization. nonprofit corporations in the nation- will rely extensivelyon
I.. I' Model Cities, mainly sponsored It was through his continued FHA financing under the 235, 236 and 221 (h) provisions of
insistence that traffic and
'"jQl by the U. Department pedestrian the Act. .
\\" signal lights were installed -
,\ of HousingandUrbanDevelop- at dangerous street It is over a year today that Housing Task Force first
ment, is a five year programthe corners in black neighbor- p conceived the idea of a Model City Development Corporation.
planning of which began in hoods; blacks were hired as They researched their proposal extensively and found it to be
1968. It will run until 1975, truck drivers by the Dade sound, based on national experience
and after this time most of the
programs will be continuedand County Waste Department;and a ; Christmas is greeting The Task Force is now prepared to turn their dream into a
expanded. blacks were hired as clerks time. We'd like to ex- reality, They have the approval of the City of Miami Commis-
and inspectors in voting precincts tend good will and sion, the Board of Dade County Commissioners, the U, S, De-
There are approximately wishes to all, partment of Housing ,and Urban Development, and- of pri-
91,800 living in the Hadley and his charmingwife
persons _
mary significance Model City citizenry to begin opera-
area, which will be served by the former Ella Doug- 4v /. "' ; tion of the MCDC.Approximately,
the program. las, a school teacher at Lillie d t '

Today, many of you in the C. Evans Elementary School, $300,000 has been obtained from the Depart
area are trying to make a good reside comfortably at 1836NW ment of Housing and Urban Development to implement and
living but are finding that you 55th Terrace in the ModelCity operate the Model City Development Corporation for one year.
have poor housing, too little neighborhood. With the continued support of the citizens, institutions and
income, poor transportation leaders, the MCDC will be in operation withfn cjx..mpnthspc .--

facilities, few recreational' _.. .JRejsidents" 'ofine area about these plans.-: In-the' coming :-

areas, too few educational opportunities : Model "tlitISs' planners..hay'been g. few weeks, you will see
too few child care- 'working for a these
over yearon plans announced in this
centers, and very few of the -
plansfor the next five newspaper, through other
other services want and .
you years .
newspapers, on radio and tele-
need.. These plans were first sub. ,vision and at your neighborhood -
During the next five years, muted to JbfUf esldents, the meeting '
we hope many of you will find governingboard and the county We invite you to calf'tne "
the opportunity to live in better commissi '"and conformed to Model City office about any-

houses,tohavebetter jobs, the codes of local agenciessuch thing you do not understand.Our .
to have short distances to bus as the Board of Education phone is 691-0120 and we .
\ lines, to have parks and play- the Florida State Em- are located at 6207 NW 27th i
grounds closer to your homes ployment Service, and many Ave. We also invite you to con-
and better equipped, to attend other state, city and private tact one of your neighborhood
t' better schools, to use more agencies. council members or task force
i child care centers,and to have Model Cities is very inter- chairmen about our Model City
) many other services. ested in what you have to think meetings.
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Chairman Of The Model City A Call For. .Action

I A Model City Must Governing Board This edition of the Model City Newspaper was prepared
by staff members. However, this should not be the case.
EDITORIALThis The style, the content and the name of this paper can all
...m...ji., By THffiLEE SMITH is the time of year when the thoughts and plans of most be changed. We need your help and your opinions.
"":: all (people) turn towards coming seasons preparations that are Needed are a group of volunteer restents,who feel they
public safety must be assured or a Model Neighborhood is being made in homes In every city, town, and village across have some talent in newspaper work, photography or Just
impossible. the country for this pleasurable event. People look forward to plain listening to their neighbors,to take over the produc-
Despite many efforts, crime remains high, Justice some- this time from year to year, and their plans are formulated tion of a first-rate community publication.
times Is uncertain and community relations remains an area many months in advance. Technical advisors from Dade-Junior College will offer
of concern. Residents How many people plan their future with the assistance in lay-out and in printing the paper. But, the
Dade and the City of Miami law enforcement agencies shouldbe same meticulous care as they plan their seasonal acti- content of the paper must come from you.
looking hard at the following program approaches for speedy vity? The answer. far too few. News Items from interested citizens in the area are re-
implementation. Most people live their lives on a day-to-day basis, while quested to submit them to the Model City office on Friday
Improve police operation and administration through expansion the activities of the seasons are scheduled by the minute. of each week.Officially .
of motor and foot patrols to deter crime. Therefore, the only means of getting away from the daily on November 30th residents in the Model City
Improve police personnel policies through study and revision routine of their lives is by seasonal activities and area began submitting a name for this publication. The
of recruitment and training standards through emphasis this is short lived. contest closes on December 30th.The rules for entry are:
on the study of minority-group history and culture; and What do they have to look toward to? The same life sty- (1)) List one name of your choice on a post card. Under-
provision of further Incentives for college level study. les no future opportunities little change and security line the name.
Provisions for a modern centralized police headquarters for if any at all, etc. In other words a very unproductive (2)) List your name, address and age forward the postcard T)
Model City residents located in the Model City neighborhood. disorganized and unrewarding life. To draw this comparison to the Model City program,news room, 6207 NW 27th
to your Model Cities Program, the question that Ave, Miami, Fla.
comes to mind is, "Are you planning future activities of (3) A contestant must be 12 'years of age or older.
MODEL CITIES- your life and community?" What plans have you made with (4)) Community based organizations may participate,using -
regard to increasing your participation in your Model Cities only one post card to represent the organization.
WHAT AND WHY Program; refining and enriching your home, community and (5) All entires must be post marked. later than Dec.
neighborhood for your betterment? 30th.
Q. What is a Model City? Let us not be like the persons who live their lives on a (6) The winners will be announced and notified on Jan.
A. Any municipality (city or county) selected to receive day-to-day basis, but rather like the persons who intel- 15. The public will be informed in the following edition. An
planning funds as the first step of a five-year program to ligentlyapproach their, affairs, and seek assistance frm assortment of prizes will be awarded to the winners. They
improve physical, social and economic conditions in a large the proper sources. will include a selection of home appliances.
blighted neighborhood, The target area is generally knownas (7)) There will be only firstand second place winners.
the model neighborhood. Parents Want To Know Judges will include representatives from the Miami
Q. What are some of the improvements that may be madein Times, the Miami Herald, the Miami News, Miami-Dade
the model neighborhood? More About SchoolsBy Junior College and one governing board member.
Increased of and rehabilitated
A. supply new housing with
maximum choice of housing for all citizens of all incomes; ANNIE L. LOVE

better education, from pre-school through adult; improved
the in the Model City area have
For parents
many years
health and medical services; increased income levels as
well as better welfare and social services; increased oppor- been ignored by school personnel.It Homeowners Can
has been the practice for some schools In the area to hold
tunities for economic development, Jobs, and job training;
Parent Teacher Association meetings once a month but some I
better transportation, particularly between home ,and job
; schools in the past year have turned thumbs down on such an Make Repairsby
reduced crime and delinquency; better physical surround-
ings through adequate public and commercial facilities. organization.As Ernie Martin
about child's school his
a parent, I want to know my ,
Within these basic goals of the Model Cities
program, teachers and what he learns. Because of a new service prove their homes. .
the locality plans a program setting its own specific goals growing interest in community-school relationshipswas brought to the ModelCityareaby Already in the Model City
that will meet the most urgent needs of the particular neighborhood My created from Involvement in the Model City program's the Housing Task Force, area, 20 homes have been remodeled -

Educational Task Force. We want all school doors open to homeowners can now receive and 13 more are un-.a,
Q. Where does the money for a Model Cities program come parents as well as students. assistance to repair and im- der construction. Residents
from? have received outright gifts of
A. Public funds will come from existing Federal urban aid -
to low
$3000 a
up or long-term
programs and State and local sources. Moreover, the amountof Which Of These Would You Prefer? interest Federal loan to make
private investment In the neighborhood should Increase substantially repairs. The grants and loans
Model Cities funds pay for 80 percent of the cost of .' are available to home owners
planning and administering a Model Cities program. Model Ci- .;t.'t... ... who are within certain Income
ties funds are also available in the form of supplemental limits.
grants.These supplemental funds which are available only upon The task force has reportedthat
approval of the city's plan for the improvement of its target 76 more loans and grantsare
area can be used as cities choose,but with special emphasis already approved for con-
upon high priority activities in their model neighborhood struction. In addition,they are
gram not usually provided for by existing Federal grant-in-ald planning for 600 more loans

programs. and grants in 1970, accordingto
Q. Where does the money for a Model Cities program come Mrs. Mary Fluker, Task.
from? Force Chairman.
A. pubJlcJundsj _iromexistmg-gederatoban-aid programs This rehabilitation program
- -- and State and local sources. Moreover the amount of Y
of private investment In the neighborhood should increase substantially by the Housing Task Force
Model Cities funds pay for 80 per cent of the costof ? of'the'Modei City Program.
planning and administering a Model Cities program. Model The loans and grants can be
Cities funds are also available in the form of supplemental :JI used for new wiring,plumbing
grants. There supplemental funds which are available only upon heating or general repairs.
approval of.the city's plan for the improvement of its target They can also be used assist
area- can be used as cities choose, but with special-emph3s ,. homeowners to hook up to the
upon high priority activities in their model neighborhood new sewer and water lines
gram not usually provided for by existing Federal grant-in-aid being installed in some partsof
programs. 7 ."., dr td AIP" the Model City area. Al-
: Q. What is so special about the Model Cities program if it only { though the lines are being installed -
extra Model '; .yo. ,.. ..w ',10 ." .- '. .. aThis -
i offers cities existing Federal grants, plus some 'X:< $ "" with no cost to adjacent

Cities money? ? homes, residents have to finance -
A. The Model Cities program seeks to help cities deal more their own connections
effectively with the broad range of urban problems by giving from house to pipeline.
them the technical and financial assistance to coordinate and Here is how the rehabilitation -
concentrate public and private resources in a locally developed program works; home-"''l j ji
program. The unique features of the programare the supplemental j i owners may go by 1995 NW 48
grants to give the city greater flexibility in carryingout : Street office or call 6336039to
its program, the promise of a coordinate Federal responseto request a rehabilitation ad-
local needs and the encouragement ofa working partnership visor visit their home.The rehabilitation -
between city government and residents. .- ., advisor will makea
Q. Will the Model Cities program mean that after five years recommendation after an inspection -
the model neighborhood will offer the same benefits and the of the home. If the repairs -
same opportunities as the city as a whole? are found to be feasible, ..'
A. Probably not.During the five-yearperiod the city Is expected the homeowner will be given '
to make as much progress as possible toward raising the some idea of what the im-
quality of life in the model neighborhood to the levels of the provements will cost. The ad-
rest of the city.However,the neighborhood is selected becauseit visor will be able to tell the
has some of the worse conditions in the city, and it may not homeowner what financial as-
be possible to accomplish all goals withlnga five-year-period. sistance is available from both
On the other hand, the five-year program should make sub- direct loans, grants and pri-
stantial improvements in the neighborhood, and establish the vate lending sources.
groundwork for continued progress. The Model City rehabilitation -
Q. If cities selected for this program are supposed to have staff will then help the
neighborhoods with serious social, physical and economic homeowner, if he requests, to
problems, why is it "Model Cities?" make financial arrangements,
these selected provide architectural assist-
A. In attacking these human and physical problems,
cities are expected to use innovative approaches, new ance, select a reputable con-
of cooperation and coordi- tractor, put out bids, and inspect -
techniques, and reach a high degree
the work while it is
nation of Federal State and local efforts.
Accomplishments should serve "models"to be followedby Or This? performed.r .

other cities facing similar problems.

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by 0;THIRLEE SMITH heard kid said the man looking iptently Into the J JI
) S Semion Ghetto,walked through the streets and,alleys in bike or maybe his very own television or for Jim a shiny. of the you lad. "Iwatched you too. Remember boy in r. '

his part of town early one Christmas morning wondering new pair of skates and maybe a turkey with all the trimmings ,j those eyes few moments of wishing you were very,very happy."

N what was Christmas all about. Semion started to run but the man grabbed him in the
The fog was thick and the sun was still hidden in Oft But for Semion Ghetto and his family it didn't mean any collar and said,"That's Christmas my boy.That's Christmas. '

eastern sky.Semion of these things.It You've got soul and something inside that no one can
l' was sad. meant wishing for all the things everybody else got take'away. Now beat itl"!

He was sad about his eight brothers and sisters who and never getting them. He pushed the boy a couple of feet away from him and
were asleep at home and his mother who was preparing for I'll pretend, ril pretend," he shouted at the lean dog that shouted "and don't forget it." r.
for ,
from the street. "We'll get everything
work. howled across
Semion ran in the direction of home as fast as he could,
"I hope she doesn't miss me," he said kicking a can in Christmas. Everything and more." while the nun deliriously began to shout "Merry
t" : the direction of a black cat as he Jumped from a trash Tears trickled down his joyful glowing face. For he was
; pile." in a state of supreme bliss for only a moment. Christmasl""Mama !
,\ Mama" he called as he entered his front door.
Semion was 11 years old and knew he soon had to head "Can you imagine," he, blurted again." "Everything, ff I
in the direction of home to care for his family until night everything and more?" I've
His worried mother met him with a slap across his face
.+ when mama cane home. "Shut up kid!" yelled a drunk who was napping on the

"Christmas,snapped."That ground a few feet way."Get on home or wherever you are and a scolding.
For Semion Ghetto it was not only Christmas but it
ain't for me. It's the same old thing. Just like any going because you ain't getting nothing."
of his out about almost
marked the beginning finding
Semion backed up against the wall of"a concrete
in the part of town where he lived.
for Sally it meant a doll,for Billy a new shiny ster" afraid to move in any direction. anything

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The Federal Governmenthas might say that the Model City our opinions and suggestionsare selves and our families Re-

,' > given 9.6 million dollarsto comprehensive plan is a list heard when,opportunity solve if our families are large

the Model City Program to of New Year's Resolutions, public expression arises. Re- enough for the time to gather

be spent in the next year. You made by federal, state, and solve if we are homeownersto family planning information and

}\:. county governments, local do everything in our powerto aids. Resolve to learn the

agencies, and the Model City keep our homes and proper- signs of Illness which, if left

t staff. ties attractive and in sound re- untreated could be serious to

MODCI Office us and to our children. Re-
) All these organizations have pair.Resolve
if we are landlords, solve to support and help
resolved to try to do a great
NotesHAROLD .many things to Improve the to visit frequently our proper- create activities for youth to
ties and keep repairs up to be interested, to allow them to
quality of life for Model City
DAMES, Admini- date. Resolve if we are tenants become "first offenders" and

strative Officer Native Mi- residents. to do our best to keep our "drop outs with record's."

i amian, attended Howard Uni- Here is a list Resolutions homes attractive and free of Resolve to learn a new sportor

versity, worked for the Feds which each Model City inhabit- trash. Resolve to ask ourselves hobby and practice it often.

l lI .is now involvedin ant could make to help assure the best possible trainingand Resolve to learn all existing

community, in job, and lov- that the multi-million dollar looked hard enough for the facilites for recreation in your

., ,., (''.... .'.,.,..'-.--,.> es being back in Miami with a package of dreams come true. job we are really best qualified area that your family might
\ :" job that has meaning to him and Without local interest, con- to do. Resolve to pass on Information enjoy.. Resolve to attend some

his community. cerns, involvement and sup- about good jobs and cultural activity that interest

DORA BROWN, Communication :port, these resolutions will reputable training programswe you at least four times this

Specialist Types forI I'quickly join last year's wishful learn of to our friends and year; know what sources are
Who What And Why Model City by day and sings associates, or to the strangerwho becoming available In the

for her supper by night. could use the advice. Re- community; make sure what
But perhaps, just perhaps if solve If we feel we are quali- you like is included. Resolveto
) RALPH WILLIAMS, Office ,each resident were to make fied and have the desire to become of all social
Is The National Civil Aide Stolen from downtown go aware
several of these resolutionshis
HUD into business for ourselves to services available to you in the
asset to
great ef-
\ dally business and possibly take the Initiative to try and community. Resolve to refera
feciency and morale is tremendous
artist if all those organizations accomplish try again until we find all the friend to an agency which can
Service League ? we'll have to even half of what they them needed
: him support assistance financial give some as-
keep from
away critics orthey'll
|have pledged to do next
..., steal him from us. year otherwise, that the vertue sistance. Resolve to attendat
there willtrulybeaChristmasmiracle will reprieve 1 e a stone lecture or open
te Better public administra- out of keeping with today's ART TIGGETT, Assistant of change to look Resolve if we are parents to meeting on some Issue of
1" tion-federal, state and local- public personnel needs. For
Director for Evaluation is Resolutions for residents
upon. take action on our concern for ptblic concern with particular
achieved through better example around the
personnel country,
teaching a course at the Uni- : the education of our childrento interests In
I systems. .the League public service Is the job
versity of Miami for the Tri-
know their teachers and Resolve to vote in an election -
; organized for this goal in 1881. growth sector public.service
\, : ple T Teacher Training Program Resolve to be proud of the listen in on any Information whenever eligible. Re-
In rebellion against the will continue, needmore
community we live in. Resolve about our methods of teaching solve to find out all you can
: Infamous spoils system of people. Yet
appointment seemingly rigid
JIM each day to do at least being used and voice
I STEPHENS, Evaluation one our opinions about the Model City Program
: to public jobs citi- and arbitrary civil service
I Coordinator has taken up thing to create reason for to the authorities whenever what you can gain from it; what
zen reformers started the rules may screen out the
very jogging and pride in the community. Re- we are given the ,
"' to speed reading. ; opportunity you must give to it. Resolveto
League promote the use of people most in need of jobs
"' the merit system. National the disadvantaged. getting in shape to keep up with solve to be aware of whats Resolve to learn work each day for peace in

: attention the pace of keeping an eag'e happening In the community, and take all possible steps toward our world, in our community,.
j came to the League The League Is convinced the
in 1883 eye on the progress of every good and bad, official and unofficial preventing diseases, in our homes and in our
( the NCSL drafted two-jobs and people- can get
\ single project In the Model Resolve to see that birth defects and injury to our- hearts.
A the first civil service law. together. To help this happen,
Having aided in the birth to facilitate the hiring of the .City Plan, pretty soon he'll

;'I' and growth of most merit sys- disadvantaged in public service 'before know what's it happens.going on the day

) tems around the country, the jobs, the League has '
League now leadstheavant started a program called THE ZEROX MACHINE in .\5 ;:r:: ?" :::.,'. .

I' H; garde of advocates for re- Public Employment and the our Processing Department
4 forms. Disadvantaged. It Is a coope- suffered a nervous collapse "''. ''10

r > Many jurisdictions have rative Leaguegovernmentprogram 'from overwork the other day.It r' e yYY <

t.; called on the League for help. financed by grants just kept printing Avon Cal

They find laws and rules developed from OEO and Labor, and a ling all day long.I just don't

for the 1890's and 1930's contract with HUD. understand it," said Cookie

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1' ATTENTION YOUTH OF THE nical Planner anxiously .
awaiting the arrival of his

h .' wife "You can say that again,

( ; MODEL CITIES AREA! says Chuck. f .X .
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Will the strange female who } y

calls every fifteen minutes for
\ Ernie Martin please identify

) herself? This office playboywas
I j I last seen driving up the
i(. exit ramp of the Palmetto Expressway


( t OR "GROOVY" TO YOU. OUR NEXT MEETING WILL BE Specialists became engagedon

'i 1 ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 8th, FROM 7,00: P. M. Walton. A September weddingIs
Are Overgrown Wooded
being planned. Opps only a Areas Safe
few more single girls around

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{:, ( Model Cities AreaRecreation

and Cultural group teams in 4 or 5 compe- program. the first of the year. All per- ,
Task Force wants people involved tetive sports and county-wide. An Inter-Agency Workshop sons or agencies providing
in programplanning.The competition events. coordinating the work of all programs of recreation in the I
-"..< .... task force ,is a strong, agencies providing a recrea- area are asked to contact Car-
interested group of citizens Traz Powell was appointedas tion function the Model Cities rie Meek, Model Cities Re- .
'" who have worked during the it's Athletic Director and area will be held during creation Coordinator. .
"of .. ,... past year to improve present Carrie Meek, Cultural chairman -;
Recreational Programs in our
community MODEL CITY ,AREA .
The Model Cities Activities
Bennie Moore serves as the Association will be the top organizational -
task force, chairmanand Mrs. body in the area \
Heard Any Carrie Meek has recently been of recreation. Their efforts in
appointed as RecreationCo- sports and cultural activities R
ordinator for the ModelCities will bedirectedbyanAdvisory
Good Rumors area. The task force has un- Council made up of task force
dertaken projects such as land members.
acquisition and Teen Centers. c ., t II I
The activities association J = ; : ,
Lately? Mrs. Meek is on loan from will serve as a link between I iI.w,ItNY /' f
her job as Chairman of Re- public recreation authorities [.) c MO 1)jJ
Rumors cause needless community problems. Alwaysget creation Curriculm at Miami and Model Cities residents. ( / Ci>
the facts. Your local Model City program will try to Dade Junior College, North. @ @

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broad program in organized History, dance and drama have
competitive athletics. Such a been considered for inclusionin
program will include age a year round recreation e PROPOSED. O EXISTING



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.Family Relocation
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Technical planner .Research Analyst + ,

MISS SANDRA PEARSON :. .Economic Development. (t.:: I
.Technical Coordinators Coordinator \j'i..i.,
,. Miss Shirley Cole, Supervisor of Technical
SHERRY MILLER LARUE Coordinations Alexander and John
.Secretary ocial Planner CARRIE MEEK RAY THORNTON Thompson
.Recreation coordinator Health coordinator Gulley, Technical Coordinators.

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday December 19. 1969
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CLASSIFIED ADS' for Miami Herald con- Childcare. 6 days. I furnish Help Wanted ,
tract. Male or fenule.: 200 S. diapers and food. Any age. No
'-. Miami A venue. pickup. Call 635-2149 Ask Coin laundry and Dry t'
for Virginia. Cleaning drop off.
DEADLINE, I FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. Part time afternoon IIcensedtypinglnstructress Monday through Saturday -
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< .. & -- -- ..' Now'presentlyemployed .Childcdre 4 to 8
-. .. : .' Pick, up and de-. "' ...., p.m. .p.m.,
FOR SALE SALE ; seeking _11"1"L'.. ....
FOR FOR RENT additional teaching tithe; livei'y.. Good home;"'635-'188$- ';- -- ;"" '' "

. Beautiful CBS like new 2 bed- $3,000 DOWN, $5,500 TOTAL Room in private home for Available at once. Call: 373- AL 661-7428 GIBBS: '

" : room 1 bath, carport, tile 1430 NW 41st STREET middle age working woman. 4693 Mr. Haller. Childcare In my home. 5 days
'.j .. roof, awning, fenced yard, lot 1 bedroom CBS, big lot, no Private entrance. Call 635- 6342465. Free lunch and dia
75 x 105. FHA$450 down.$108 qualifying. Payment only $26 7626. CHAUFFEURMAINTENANCE pers. M
month, Atlantic and Pacific per month. Allapattah Realty. MAN
). Realtors 666-0411. Realtors, 633-0426 2 bedroom house.No children. for equal opportunity employer. Bethlehem Kindergarten and b
Free free water. $30. N.E. Dade County. Mustbeof
lights, I
420 40th
t Nursery, NW Street..
Nice CBS duplex near North- NO QUALIFYING With a deposit 9009, NW 21st good character: honest,reliable Telephone 758-3446., Pick up WEEKEND l'
", side shopping center. 2 bed- $78 MONTH Ave. Mr. Wilson. neat and able to meet and delivery. Mrs. Dorothy SPECIALSat f,.
1 bath and 1 bedroom people. Excellent working r
room $3,600 DOWN-$9,700 TOTAL
Brown. (Dec. 26))
1 bath. Live in one side and 1600 NW 45th STREET Furnished apartment for two conditions and liberal employee National Industrial \
, rent the other. Let the tenant Nice 2 bedrooms, Fla. room, men (friends or brothers). benefits with large cor-
help buy your home.FHA$700 on large lot. House freshly 6348244. poration. Send backgroundwith Kindergarten and nursery Bank of Miami
down $124 month. Atlantic and painted, completely fenced references to Miami Call Mrs. WIM 758-807? v 1966 Galaxie 500
Pacific Realtors 666-0411. yard. Allapattah Realty, Real- HELP WANTEDMODEL Times, 6530 NW 15th Ave., Mrs. Brown at 758-3446. .
t Ford $500 Cash
tors, 633-0426. Miami, Fla 33147 (Jan. 2)) -
1 bedroom home, $80 per CITY *
... month. Newly renovated. $790 Modern bedroom home.FHA INFORMATION ANALYST Barmaid. Attractive and good 1965 Bonneville

down. Total $7900. No quali terms.. $450 down. $107 month (Model City resident prefer- personality. Gibson Lounge, MISCELLANEOUSGentleman Pontiac $500 Cash
fying. Move in today. 2375 NW North of 79th St. near schools red) Salary $8,520 $10,788. 547 NE 2nd Avenue *
43rd Street. 691-4668. Must be experienced and
shopping and bus. TubinRealtors Master Cosmetologist with a 50 whoappreciatesthe
10035 NW 7th Ave. Ph knowledgeable Inanalyzing Come in, see or call
: following to manage beauty better things of life.Would
{ .', Doubles drapes (gold), blonde 758-4429. data, statistics, interviewing, salon. Good work. Write PO like to meet same type lady. Mr. Duffie
desk, nite stand, lamps, etc. evaluating and budgeting.For .
Box 37, Edison RRP P.O. Box 713 Miami, 7594321
: Shop at home. 635-7213 or Carol City. 3 bedrooms, 2 a Thursday, Dec. 18 or Center.Jan.30)) Fla. 33137.

758-6988. baths, bu 11 t- 11'1 kitchen,car- Friday, Dec. 19, appointment,
port, fenced yard, FHA terms. contact Mrs. Roslyn Haynes,
; House and lot. 4129 SW 23rd $1,000 down. $140 month. Tu- 691-0120 8 a.m. 5 p.m. CARPET SALES
" St. West Hollywood. Also air bin Realtors, 10035 NW 7th All: Dade and Broward Counties NO

'1 conditioner for sale. Rev. Avenue Phone:'758-4429. ( DAN'S CARPET SERVICE
Clark 691-5614. \

ll Beauty craft salon for sale. \ Cleaning and Installation EXPERIENCENECESSARY
t. Furnished. Call 634-7200.
J 5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths,huge (Dec. 26)) Managersand Call until 7 p.m. !

living room, diningroomFla. Now! Waterfront retirement Phone: 691-9078 \/
room garage. 2 lots. 105 x living non-profit rentals at Apply by telephone: f.
140. See 99 NW 48th Street. 751-0788
Tropical Florida's finest ad 3779201our i
t ,; r $22,000 693-2631., $5,000 down. Owner dress. Conveniently close to Manager Trainees Sundays til 3 p.m. ;

downtown, beaches. Car unnecessary Interviewers are
J available between 9 a.m. :
New hi-rise for '
Corner Carol City 3 bedroom r.. r + and 6:30: p.m. Monday ,
teachers and other retired r through Friday. 9 a.m.
2 bath, carport, built in range professionals All facilities, d-M; -----l to 12:30 p.m. on Satur
Advance with
and oven. Also built in refrig- us at day.
activities for active retire- I
you enjoy good ,salary
1 erator. Fenced $21,000 FHA. ment. Write: CTA Towers, plus bonus, paid vacation I I For Job at: ,
J I King Realty, Inc., Realtors, 1809 Brickell Avenue, Miami, profit-sharing and tuition & Boy's Shop WeitcheiterMlomlNorth '
693-2881 or 949-9985. scholarship Miami
.5\ 1' .. Florida 33129, attention Mrs. programs. I THIS IS OUR ONLY STORE I,
d F Pino, Coordinator Phone 377- See Mr. Jack
Interview now, before
rf; 4 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced, 8021. :the holidays, for our Jan. I "The Latest in Men Fashions" I II .;

near schools, bus and 'shopping FOR RENTA management'tralnee 12th, expense paid, Pants -'Suits Hats Shoes

Vets $800 down pays all. two bedroom house for rent class. Dress Shirts & Fancy Knits II
King Realty, Inc., Realtors, Require first and last month I An Equal Opportunity
693-2881 949-9985. For an Immediate Interview Employer
or rent. 536 NW 47th Street. calliROYAL 944 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA '

) 11 CAROL CITY BEAUTY ttt.rsrrrstrs.est.rrrtssrsssrtorttsasY, ,
Clean furnished room with all CASTLE r
3 bedroom, 2 bath, built in
modern conveniences, includ- SYSTEMSMrs. ?
range and oven, carpeted,
ing cooking. Men only. Call
drapes, large back screened 754-1452. _
porch. $19,500 FHA. King Mary McTree. 887-8121

Realty, Inc., Realtors 693- Room in private home for

2881 or_949-9985. OX middle 6-7192.age business man. L., TRANSMISSIONS J)


: 3Lfl1flI 3014NW, 19TH ST :I BROKERSIf
; ?/ No Answer:
; 693-4772 : "h 759-6500 SEALS $28
Wrcrl a
: FHA- bdrm, 1 bath, (liv rm;/'din.area, K, '
,: $11,500 J 1 ,: $775 down., ,$95 month, pays, (tl-, *;*i t r., Includes front i Rear Seals & Complete Internal Inspection Rebuilt '
, i.1l 90 Day 4,000 mile guarantee Adjusted ,Overhauled -

l HAS FHA- bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din area, K, ut
rm, enclosed frnt porch, $12,000, '$2300 dwn, FREE TOWING E-Z PAY FREE "DIA" CHECK

S IMMEDIATEOPENINGS $90 month pays all. Day or Nite With Approved Credit For Accurate Diagnosis

! FHACBS, '3 bdrm, 2 bath, liv rm, din area,
FOR Ige K, frnt porch, air cond. Can't beat this
JANITORSPART onelll $19,000, $900 down. $154 mo, pays all. .pjr
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1 TIME NIGHTS FHA-CSS. 4 bdrm, 2 bath, liv rm, din area, -
lilt Good modern K, lovely large Fla rm, patio, central
% ? Pay air, 2 util rms, oil heat. This is a lot o' house!
Fringe Benefits $22,000, $2,000 down, $177.75 month pays all.
i Apply in Person II g
309 NW 2nd HO QUALIFYING. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, liv rm, din J
AVENUEMF area, K, util rm, fenced. $14,500, $2,000 dwn,
N 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. $120 mo. pays all first, five years-then payment ;
drops to $30 month. \ "
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for Classes the to prepare people examination qualify for a Job Anyone interested- should
United States Postal with the postal service. contact their nearest
neighborhood -
Service examination 20820 NW 30th Court
will be
This program which is design -, opportunity center.
conducted throughout I
as apreparationforexamination '
County beginning In January. will be conducted

i Mr. Chuck Watson,Employ- by volunteer instructors! JOLLY TEN. .SOCIAL. CLUB. ANYONE CAN BUYNO
Specialist for Economic
Opportunity trained by ,officials of the The Jolly Ten Social Club
Coordinating Postal Service.
gave 'Christmas cheer" to
Group announced the free Classes will be held In Central
classes to be several shut-ins during this
held2 hrs a night locations of all three

2 nights The course a week is for open four to weeks.any. principle Fort Lauderdale cities of Hollywood and Pompano ., have to Yuletide a happy season.holiday May and we peace all Qualifying, No Closing Costs. .
each and
one Interested everyone.
In taking the .

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(IMtflOfllftMtUta/MAt/M! f ""':Ie!M....."...
EDELEN ---------- -v---- $750 down. $157 mo. pays all.

I For Sale l
NEW HOME Iramdiate occupancy on this
2100 Mf. 2nd A Yr. 3 Bedrooms typing and filing
'- USED CAR PHONE I. Florida Room and Den B skills necessary.
On Large Lot Shorthand helpful. Plea beautiful 3 bedroom house.
3141136Mon.W.d.Fri. I
15% ') ant working conditions.
Till 9:00 own i '8:15 am. to 5 p.m. Monday .
TueTnurot. Till 6:00 Call James Curtis I through Friday.

1964 4740 NW 7th Avenue Phone: 754-0655 I ROYAL CASTLE Call Owner:

G BUICK ELECTRA -xex x -i----x ---I l SYSTEMSMrs.

MeT.. 887-8121 373-0686 days
' brakes ,
Power power Real Bargins! 3800 NW 62nd Street
steering,power seats,
NA windows tilt 864-8546 evenings
' 2335.NW 107th STREET osaclrlacleactsacieas. aclP c>eacV1i1
< wheel, white walls, Brand 3 bedroom
new 1 bath, CBS. Total
Holiday Special: price $21,500 $4,000 down.

; $900.00

Low mileage, air ', 2 bedrooms, 1 bah! Fla room, $22,500. REALTY
conditioned $160 month. No qualifying.NO .


u.i CUSTOM Move right in. Rent free. Home and income.
' Power brakes, power $125 mo. income. Monthly payments $125. OPEN 7 DAYS-

steering, power seats, Only $3200 cash.

power windows, air
1325 NW 31st STREET
' condition white WILL SELL FOR HI A VALUATION
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, units. Plus an efficiency 80 NW 40th St. Lovely
walls, low mileage. well-kept CBS, Flo
$26,900. $7,000 down. rm, carport, tile roof, gas heat, pump and well
Holiday Special: for lawn, stove, refrigerator, air conditioner.
$1200.00 MOVE RIGHT IN FHA $16,500, $600 down, $117.90 mo plus
No qualifying, no closing coasts. Nice 3 escrow.

1967 bedroom, corner lot, yard fenced, $3500

18501 NW 29th Ave, Lib bedroon
REAL 2 both CBS, owning windows, gat "heat, air
, Extending to you the conditioning, woll/woll" carpeting, large built} ,
The finest car Cadil in kitchen,, sprinkler system.. FHA price ,is .
lac builds, Power ESTATE INC. spirit of Christmas $21,000, $1,200 downy $145.81: month plus .u. ,,',
I brakes, power steering peace, hope and love crow "

,' power, seats, 4600 NW 7th Ave. 751-8642 FREDDY'S WILL SELL FOR FHA VALUATION

power windows, auto SUPERETTE 15311 NW 33rd Ave. Lovely 3 bedroom, 2
door locks, automa" (Open 7 Days .a Week) P 6427 NW 18th Ave. bath CBS on very nice street. Tile roof, awn-
, tic aitconditionnew: ings, awning windows, built-in kitchen, spot
" f umc. rtc tit t roc Banc i xlvac ftmgeaic less inside and out. FHA $18,500, $800 down,
premium tires, vinyl -- -- $131.24 month, plus escrow.

,roof,.leather t interior
29OOQm1les.* > > FULL SIZECOLOR ', : : .' .14'. ,':I,:. .....
<:" : FHA FINANCING .'''. :;;,":.:: i /,,;
::4 ; ".l'$3200O., ,";!,,;'' .':( 3930,NW 187th St. lrlodern:4. bedroom, '2 both,
CBS,, fttu'evtryth'lng" drcolor drive,:central,
1966 heat, targe",built-in! kitchen, )sliding?doors tor. .
}, ?.'patloi! largt..f.n'u'd grounds.. Price .$18,500s 1
, ELECTRA PORTABLES :: $1,700 down, $$124.57. nth plat:escrows' ::!;} .r :
t:*:';.v i:, ?, 'f ," ':" 'JI' t', : '<'I; ?*(&\'4FHA ,( ,; /liu
custom .
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power brakes, FINANCING:

power steering, power 16120) NW 30th Ave. Pretty' comer CBS on
; windows, vinyl MODEL 22888 large, fenced lot. Awnings,,reverse cycle air
roof, low mileage. Compare at $289.00 3SP01BLACK conditioners, wall to wall carpeting, picture
window, stove, refrigerator. Price $17,000,
Holiday Special: $2,000 down, $111.22 month plus escrow.

& WHITE $ 1'" 'j .1 1I"..".' .,.... ."""" U ; 'I
".71," 1966. *"- "i' .',I''" 'il""x ,r,3:,:-" :,."J: Fi1A{FINANCING'! _: ;;
: ,Two 'properties of .
/ east ) '. ptf .\f : ,
RIVIERA'; PORTABLES \ 50th St. '3 :Udroom" 'CBS at: '361 H'tYSOth.Stt; : : ,
Power brakes;, ,;,'powef "'end home' .and' lncom..ot:415 NW'50th';St:' Rt'<;," "..

:s't. .rt.gJ.; power' ,If,' .qulrirs.about., :, $5,000. cash..'to.' buy', ilther"prop-' : : /:; '
seats'powe'r windows, : FACTORY CLOSEOUT NEVER AT THIS LOW PRICE ,,.frty. ; Post by' and!..If' interested' c call!'=u. s.. '

A r low Holiday'Prfce, ? , :T't: :' );t-:
PHILCOSQLtp ,.'. : i;It. fl'ti:.
.,$1650,00. :, ,

>f"Y'..,.'v.it,(,, "j'lUi"13J. "", I WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
(E Power brakes, power "'',{/',''''l'''x\t1lI? ; 1'';;' ""'Ih""':> ij.M'f"'f. i?,,;,'?l!_

: steering, power seats, 128'00I '1"'RPi" '
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power windows, low ... > I. '.
mileage ; ''w.i'.t\t; IW.ltj 'w j
air condition, ,.' "'<.1r'Y.r..W H I A'' ,'!f'' :;"jj.f
utomatlc.Solid :
Fully "
Special: $2195.00 I 4 Speaker Sound System .&t..4'( j,1 jI... l' !1;,;: '.;\.i I
s Solid Wood Cabinet Matching TVJO 1<, '., '.;..,.',,_;;:;,#tf: ...1.j,; ;.TWD.,; ,."" ..f..FillS, tltr1,1'.f; ;J.'fIt.\-";':; .. ;
Hardwood Solids :
I Balance Control ,CAROL ,CITY .SfIQI'PIN4 CENTitR i

TRADES ALL PIUCE.S ACCEPTED SUBJECT ** Bat Treble Control Control 5211 NE liiH t AVe< tBHQWARD r ARCADE: : V:;" *'::62 '36*r

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I APPROVAL. BANK 2 Cram Tone Arm
Evenings '- SundaysFRANK
'. RATES .

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