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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 29, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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1 om ,.;,',.' Program Coming To Miami I

,t-I ., | community- cent of our trainees on d r of Puerto
,'", i arm this week Mr. Sullivan said. "The na-J "
rv ", I Rev. Leon tional average Is 40 per cer()f d 8m center
i OIC program Eighty per cent of those we opened in January 1964 with
t s 4 Miami Coali- place are still on the job a year about .300 trainees studying
a t M program later. Other programs come seven skills. Today the eight
nearer 60 per cent." centers are training 1,600
Indus- "The success is in the self- people In 30 areas, of skill.

started in help philosophy," Mr.Sullivan "Since 1964," Mr. Sullivan
Jail said. "This Is not a program
said, "We've added $25 million
five years ago from the top down, not a government a year in new purchasing
tlon in 70 project to 'help peo
power to the Philadelphia
35,000black ple. It Is people organizing to
ec onomy. And we've sub-
9 help themselves with the
Jobs. sup-
tracted $5 million a year from
H pastor of the port of business, philanthropy
welfare payments.Next year it
L y in Philadel- and
government will be $5.5"OIC
with 5,000 Rev. Sullivan spent a busy
fp4'd came to Mi two days in Miami. He attended centers take people off
of the a luncheon meeting with tho street In what I call 'con (

The the Black Federation on Mon- centrated communities,' and
s set employ- day at Howard Johnson's, begin with attitude and motive
: : R.. training at the spoke to the black ministersat preparation," he said. "We
; priorities St. John Baptist Church in have to teach them, 'If otherscan
Sullivan's pro- the afternoon, and met with do it, you can too;You may
the best in the some black citizens at the be black but you're not hope
& Carver YMCA Monday night. less.' The beginning program

& members were He expressed a genuine inter- helps people develop pride In
:* 4 ; : : ": the OICpro- est in the community and themselves.

Lt Rev. Sullivan's thought the potential was After this, trainees go Into
Tuesday great. Individually designed skills
M 3 4 $ meeting at the The Philadelphia centersare training. Throughout the program -
; Ilw wt The Coa- open toeverybodyandtheyInclude they get "massive
its resources many ,Cuban refugeesCASSIUS counseling and support.
raise $150,OOO

.. and the' com-
Miss Mona, Bethel, senior, 'biology major .from Miami and>Mjss) ' up and train- .1.. 1.1'.
for the school f year 1968-69, will serve in Miss FAMU's ,court April of next CHAIN

Tampa and Orange Blossom Classics. The Florida A&M University I
will face the Texas Southern Tigers ,from Houston November' 30, in the 17)a committee has WASH INGTON A new standing 165,000 common
to Initiate the
pa Stadium Starting time for both games will be'8 p.m. with Negro owned chain of quick shares, of which All owns 13.3
service restaurants, called per cent.
as chairman. Champburger Corp., Is plan- Purchasers of the 200,000
- of the com- ning a public offering of a com- shares being registered will
Local Minister PlansSMiliion Rev. Thedford mon stock at $5 a share. own 54.8 per cent of the then
Smith, Mrs. According to the registration standing stock at a cost of $1
Talmidge statement filed with the million. Present stockholdersthen
Robert Securities and Exchanged will own 45.2 per cent for
Religious Kenneth Major Commission, one of the four which they paid an average of
princiapl owners isMuhamman 67 cents a share.
of the OIC pro- All, who is Cassius Clay The prospectus said the
After serving as pastor of community Interest groups Micklns equip him for of sensa was heavyweight boxying corporation, based In Miami
the Mt. Olivette Missionary will be a part of the organization. but his formal training champion. plans tosetuplocalfranchises "
Baptist Church for nineteen He is a graduate of than 90 per The company now has out- in largely Negro areas.
years in a most dynamic and Rev. Mickins is asking one College, Columbia,

effective manner, Rev. Mic- thousand citizens of this com- He received the B. D. -'I a ...._ J:>.... -=,,,_ I
kens resigns this position to munity to give or pledge one from C r 0 Z er
assume the pastorate of the hundred dollars to promote the Seminary, Chester,
Memorial Temple M. B. program. Rev.Micklns fur- has ,done further study
Church which he recently organized ther states that he desires this University of
endeavor to be not only the Berkeley.
During Rev. Mickens' fruit of his mind and soul, but
period of service at Mt. come to fruition by the labor of A family man Is I. +Y
r41, ,
Olivette, he built the present his hand. Mlckins, he has a
edifice with his own hands.The Not only does the back- Andel, and a fine son
church mortgage has been ground of experience of Rev. age 7.
burned. The sanctuary is
beautifully furnished, air-
conditioned and has a new a
Black TV Newsman
piano and organ.The member-
ship has grown from 66 to 700.
The new church will be located
at NW 44th Ct. and 167 Wins Award :
adjacent to the Florida ; Memorial w
College and the Palmetto Jeff Guerra, WTVJ 1h
Expressway, on a three acre man, has been
tract of land. The building of Newsfilm Cameraman
colonial architecture, will Year award by the South
have three units namely, the da News Photographers ,' a,
main sanctuary, educational ciation. l
building, and chapel. Construction Guerra, a two year M
will begin on the first of the WTVJ News
unit, the chapel,approximately ment, won the a ward
December 1. The chapel work on "Time and
will seat 250 people.The main Channel Four news
sanctuary will seat 1400 peo- tary. The film

ple.A general dilemma of Rev. Leon Sullivan discusses the opening of an OIC
projection of the new Institution airports from Miami
will be in two aspects tional to Kennedy with members of the United Block Federation. Sullivan's

_program and service.In ad- In New York. In are self-help lob training centers. Board members shown are Dr.

dition to the regular worship 'l'n editing the film, Alvin,Guilford, Paul Wyche (hidden), Garth C. Reeves, UBF Pre
services and extensive religious , travelled to New and Archie Hard-
education program,kindergarten BOBBY REID Sims, (hidden), Brother Lowe, William Wynn

credit union and . Placed Second (Continued on page photo by Bob Poitier. ,

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 29. 1968 MI

. I[Pioneer In Equal Employment Gives $12 Million To Univ. ,Of.. ",Miami. .I I I IA II

AUI ?U w u iiuMiw
"Mr. R 0 s ens tI e I s gift relations
man who pioneered in a story released Nov.21 by the tlon in 1944 to enable him "to of Mr. Rosenstiel and his late million is the greatest executive and a trustee of the
equal employment opportunities Dorothy H.Si Lewis Rosenstiel get the pleasure while living wife, Dorothy H. Rosenstiel. of stimulant$12 the University's University. His interest lathe
for Negroes long beforeit Foundation in New York City. oceans and in
of doing something for The balance of$3.2 million velopment program could re medicine extends .
became popular,became the Dr. Stanford said Mr. Rosen- over
others will be used to match a federal ceive. It provides the impetusand many years.
biggest philanthropist in the stiel had made this verbal Mr. Rosenstiel
Because of his long interestin grant of$2.8 million to enable establishes the pace we founded
State of Florida this past week. commitment some time ago S c hen ley Industries
of of the top three to
the oceans as a source completion must maintain if we are suc-
A gift of$12 million to the University both to him and to Hank: Meyer, med- 1933, became chairman
good and medicine, the major floors of the eight-story ceed In reach i ing our goal of of the
of Miami largest UM trustee and friend of Mr. board in 1934
portion of the gift, $8.8 million ical sciences building now under $93 million by 1975." and president in
single.. gift in its 43-year history Rosentlel, following a seriesof will be used as endow construction. It will 1948. He also served chair
has been announced by meetings.Mr. ment for the Institute of henceforth be knownasthe A resident of New York City man of its executive and finance

President Henry King Stan Rosenstielretiring Marine Sciences.Dr. Dorothy H. and Lewis S. and Miami Beach, Mr.Rosen- committees until he sold .
ford. chairman of the board of Rosenstiel Medical Sciences stiel became interested in the his interest in the corporation

Dr. Stanford's announce- Schenley Industries Corporation Stanford said the Insti- Building of the School of Medi University of Miami throughhis to the diversified Glen Alden "h
ment came as confirmation of established the founda- tute will be renamed in honor cine. friend Hank Meyer,nation- Corporation earlier this year.


I Black( Employees Win Promotions After ChargesThree r '(1..:i

xlil l n ith pro due t J graduates, t f 1 mission that enforces Title vn as well educated and with less "failure to file upgrade ,I
them college were of the labor .- E
the 1964 Civil Rights Act. job seniority.The quest" even though .
advanced to salaried positions Title VH prohibits Job discrimination commission describedthe agreement between the company t 'I.:
paying from $143 to $155 .,.,.. o-x j
per based on race, company's hiring and pro- and the union specifically
week after redress of their color, religion,sex or national motion policies as "arbi- states that "upgrade requestis jI I
charges of discrimination' origin. trary" and "discriminatory not necessary." ara j
based on race was secured by against Negroes" following In agreeing to promotethe \
the U. S. Equal Employment All three men charged that Investigation of the company's three men to salaried positions
Opportunity Commission. in spite of their educational records that disclosed the fol- and to make other revisions -
Announcement of the successful backgrounds and experience lowing: of its employment 1I I
conciliation that ranging from four to five Their employer, one of the policies to conform to Title i
resulted in the promotions was years, they had been repeatedly nation's largest aircraft companies VII, the company disavowedany ,!
made by Clifford L. Alexan- passed over for promotions has 925 salaried job admission that it had via

classifications. A total of 58 lated the Federal law. j
Negroes work in 27 of those In announcing the successful i ji

I Night Call Presents Top PeopleWAME's classifications. conciliation agreement with jI
1* .. The Job performance of the company, EEOC Chairman I
one of the men had been rated Alexander noted that the promotions I

"Night-Call" program Wednesday, Nov. 27,"James "outstanding" and he had been and other changes the y y, S
carried Monday thru Farmer, former national commended on several occasions company had agreed to come' i
Friday from 11:30 p.m. to chairman of CORE and recent for excellent job about as a result of initiative I
12:30 a.m., features the following ly defeated for congressionalseat knowledge," but was consis- taken by the complainants in II I

guests this week. speaks on "Can the tently denied promotions. exercising their legal rightsby .. !
IIJJgJag. !
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Blacks Get Organized?" -- In a 90 day period, one filing complaints of dis-
Monday, Nov. 25 Winton Thursday, Nov. 28, the Rev. of the men had been rejectedsix crimination with the commis- Miami Vice-Mayor Irwin G. Christie presents a Scroll of I
Nagen, South African ex- Cecil Wi lliams,of the community times for promotion in favor sion.The Friendship to SPC Thales Elliott (seated) of Brooklyn, N. Y., ;
patriot, now teaching political Involved Glide Foundation of whites, four of whom case was conciliated by as other wounded Vietnam veterans look on. Local civic and
science at VPI, talks about the in San Francisco,discusses had less seniority. J. O. Wyatt, Jr. of the Atlanta business organizations joined the Shower of Stars Hotels in
revolution waiting to happen. "What do We Have to Be *1 -- The company said one Regional Office of EEOCof hosting 17 veterans for a weekend of special activities in
Thankful For?" of the men "lacked formal which Donald L. Hollowell is Greater Miami, as part of the continuing Operation Florida
Tuesday Nov. 26 Julius
education" though he had completed director. Sunshine.- Miami-Metro Dept.of Publicity Tourism Photo.
Horwitz, author of the new Friday, Nov. 29, Dr. Erich three of
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years college
book "The WASP" has as his Fromm, noted author and psychologist study and had taken -
extension. ; ; ; ; :
subject "White Anglo "Saxon discusses the art of courses in his specialty. .'. *. * * * ** * * * * * * * * *. *.* * :\'ofI
Protestants in Trouble. loving. ,
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A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for
tenants convenienceA

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
hen/' furnished quid air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.

A public relations department to assist you with your problems. 0 -'ij'* *'
Tenants concern will stop vandalism ond reduce the cost ofhous.lng.

MAIN OFFICE trtcortNdlona,0Qnk, | |

4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733


14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8.0617 *

20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553 dull S&wice :& riIr1 **

605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357 *

3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 *
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512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434 ,, eopft *

j 339 Hammondvi lie Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434 **

HON., L. L. BROOKS, President 4 *

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CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director .#
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'a . If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks :*: Federal' Deposit Insurance Corporation GARTH C. REEVES, SR. *.

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MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 29, 1968 3. 'I i


II I I White Parents lose "Dixie' fight Plan To Sue !I W. i'.f'T.'r,'"" : \: p 'J)" T .

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By a 4-3 vote, the School race, religion,or national ori- mon, who voted "No," said he able to play 'Dixie' or in any
Board adopted a policy pro- gin of members of the student feared the policy would create way participate in the spiritof .
II hibiting any school from using body" trouble. the occasion. You've taken -' :

symbols "which reflect In a "All policies do," Superin- everything you've stripped -.
derogatory manner upon the Chairman C. T. McCrim- tendent Edward Whigham re- them."

Holmes Braddock and
plied. He said the parents' group
Slack voted with M Crim-
Ted >:
will file a lawsuit to preventthe
Denounces mon against the policy, developed board's enforcement of the ,
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result of the l
as a long-
policy or of the ban on South
drawn-out racial crisis at
'Hooliganism'; Offers Dade High's use of the Confed- _
South Dade High over the use I
erate flag, and Confederateband
of Confederate
uniforms. "Dixie" is not
51.000 Reward Jack who has servedas banned, but it may not be used David Sanders, son of Rev.and Mrs. C. S. Sanders
- - - - - Levy,
-T- V for white regularly as a pep song. of Tallahassee, and a 1961 graduate of Florida A&M
Mr. J. N, McArthur, presi- Mr. McArthur feels that the spokesman par- University was promoted to the rank of major in a ceremony
ents and children in the
dent of the McArthur Jersey situation is Intolerable and controversy Chairman McCrimmon told at Sandia Base, New Mexico during ,the month of
Farm Dairy, Inc., has an- that immediate measures told the board of the white parents, "Your best August.
nounced that the fatal shoot- must be taken to put a stop to South Dade students who plan- course Is through courts, andI
Ing of the company wholesale this growing "Hooliganism"and ned to boycott the school had strongly recommend that you Sanders is shown with his wife, Mrs. Renee Huggin

delivery man, James D, Al- open contempt of the law changed their minds because take the question there." Sanders, also of Tallahassee and Col.Gold Bandy, chief
\ did not want to hurt their
by the hoods who they of the Nuclear Training Directorate. Major Sanders also
i bert, in the back of his truck, young appearto students from South
: chances in the education Negro
Wednesday in Miami's North- be the offenders. In almost sys- received an appointment in the regular Army in the Or-
Dade High told the boar in August
tem. -
west section, is the culmina- every case, the criminal has that the Confederate dinance Corp. He plans to spend the classic weekend

tion of a series of attacks and been described as under 20 "They are quite deeply bols signify slavery and sym-oppression visiting Mr. J. A. Sanders, his brother and Mrs. B. S.

: robberies of McArthur per- years old. hurt," he said. "They are un to Negroes. Hendrix/ his sister, both of Miami.
sonnel In that area In recent Mr. McArthur called on the
months. City to reinforce its police
4, Mr. McArthur pointed out protection immediately, particularly -
that the tragic death of Mr.Al- In the Northwest sec-
berth was the tenth Instance tion, and at the same time an-
: of violence against salesmen nounced that his company Is :

I since August 3, and that the offering a rewardofIOoofor .
: Company's investigation has information leading to the arrest ,

I. already revealed that many and conviction of the per-

other merchants and suppliers son or persons responsible for A wide range of door styles to select from helps you add a new note of
I. in that area of the City have the death of James D. Albert.He .
beauty as well as individuality to your home easily and economically.The .
been suffering the same kind also stated that McArthur
solid core of DYLITE insulation and MAGNETIC GASKET SEALING SYS-
l of experience. A number of Dairy will pay $500 reward TEM give you the best sound barrier ever built into a door. A MAGNA-
}. firms have resorted to armed hereafter for similar information
security guards to protect In the case of any- SEAL DOOR closes with the quiet, solid hush of a bank vault!

r their employees, while others future armed attacks or rob-

r have turned to sending their beries of any employee of the s ,,.... .. ,.. ,
Men out only In teams of two. McArthur Dairy. MAGNA-SEAL DOORS
t .:, are Pre-Nung. They slip "
a right into place without ; '

150 Guests Attend a N '$ expensive remodeling.

Door hangs on 3 hinges x
Omegas Achievement ;", for extra strength. The t" '
unit also includes a new ; rw
s.' ; aluminum sillthresholdwith

Awards Banauet built-in thermal y rnC x
break so water can't
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jeep in. ;
Omegas from Dade and Bro- in retaining Manor Park as a
ward Counties held their annual park for the Negro community;

Achievement Week Pro- Mrs. Dana D. Chapman, real ." .. .
gram and Banquet, Sunday, estate and banking executive, 4 ,
November 17attheCasablanca for her work In community Improvement

Hotel In Miami Beach. The and interest in m. I HURRICANE '
speaker was Mr. Jack Gordon young Negroes with her "Ne- r ;
I school board member and gro Progress" projects;Eliz- ydAn, + PROOF }

banking executive. He spoke abeth M. Jones,secretary,for 1
from the theme: "Racial Togetherness her work In Scouting; Ruth N. '

Not Separatism: Polite, retired teacher, for AGNA
The Goal of American Democracy her work with senior citizens; , . '.
." and Mr. Charles Woods, for

A crowd of some 150 filled his work with Negro youngsters ,,:f" ,Uf,,.ro=: : S E A L rm't'., rn; .
the banquet room to hear a dynamic Bro. T. L. Sanders,for '" '. : If" 1! 1 /,

speech and to honor setvice to the Chapter.Bro. ,,z 'm'j: Ittttr Peen ftr litter Itmti ''( 'I
seven outstanding citizens for Astrid Mack presented their service to mankind the Sigma Alpha Chapter < '
through dedicated service. Omega Man of the Year Awardto : I: : r: ','BJI: :::

Zeta Chi Chapter of Broward Bro. Elliott Scavella. l' 91i11 \, .,".' j
''w! : /r t. .' .
County presented the Omega Persons appearing on the .; w.,l"' < '>'.
Man of the Year Award to Bro. program were the Hon. Chuck J ,: ;$ '
Thomas Reddick. This award Hall, Mayor of Dade Countyand f ;j<' ; 'I

was presented by the Basileus Dr. Royal Puryear. The rs DLIPie ,

of Z e t a Chi,Bro.John Sands. brothers of Kappa Gamma

Bro. Thomas Rolle, basi- presented the occasion, Bro. : ra The unique MAGNETIC CASKET .> : : ..
leus of Kappa Gamma chapterat Edward J. Braynon introducedthe + SEALING SYSTEM teals out ."3tM
speaker and Bro.HerbertL. 9' -, dust drafts noises, and moisture
Florida Memorial College, Ag The MACNA-SEAL DOOR
presented service awards to Day presided.On has a patented adjustable till
Dr. Royal''Puryear, president the achievement week com r" ta fit all floor conditions, and a 4
of Florida Memorial College, mittee for this year's programare -?A hidden vinyl sealing strip on Wt Istlill I uetlele
the bottom edge of the door to yl
4. ......
and to Mrs. Susie Holley, an Brothers T. L. Sanders, %' protect It from foot traffic KjiiliktMtkrMlMM tor, tMiif..t,.1..1.,..ei
Elliott Scavella BaLTean + MACNA-SEAL DOORS seal .
outstanding religious worker. 4' Ir* NI<
Smith Peter Harden McKeva out the weather For Keeps! bbl trill toikitt, eel
Brother Ulysses G. Horne, sub lair li fliiitil
basileus of Sigma Alpha Chap Smith, T. S. Greer, Anthony y (,....). ........... aid
Simons and who ....." ........
ter presented the Sigma Alpha Day,
Chapter Citizen of the Year to Is chairman.
Mrs. Georgia Lee Jones.Mrs. The next affair to be spon- ((1)) VINYL SEAL STRIP a STEEL FRAME
Jones received a giant plaquein sored by Sigma Alpha:will be ((2)) ADJUSTABLE EXTRUDED PREHUNGADJUSTABLE

recognition of her serviceto its annual Harvest Moon Ball, ALUMINUM a
this community.Mrs.Jones Friday night, Nov. 29, at ((3)) OAK NOSING EXTRUDED

presence has been felt throughher 10 p.m., at Bayfront Park Au (GEL) WEATHER ALUMINUM SILL ALUMINUM
untiring work with the Urban ditorium. Friends of Omegaare THRESHOLD

League, Community Re- Invited to attend.

lations Board, Brownsville rnrr SHOP AT

her Improvement effectiveness Association In calming FOR SALE ritcc HOME 1 t r--------MAGNA.SCAL DOOR CO. (MT 11-29) ;

inflamed during the COIN LAUNDRYin ', i 7111 IISeA YNI 1L VD,
SEEOUB Mumwut( oFoooRs I I I ;.
Liberty City riots. Opo-locko I MIAMI. FLA. Split I

Others receiving Outstanding Sam owner 9 10 x I Interested In more information ( 1
Service Awards were Rev. Please send brochure. II '
Brother Edward T. Graham, Hutsbsch washers dryers, 20 May Call uj, and *<*'l( tfeliyer itpmpl l !y irvitoired (f )J Please ornl mge for free homo demonstration. 1 1 1I
tag long r 1 Ia
I understand I om under no obligation. '
all hardware, ittu*
for his work in re-locating including nece $ary
Florida Memorial College. cash Moneymaker.down. Terms$4,000 ar- rity iPifc* < !#;jkhr shblat Tjernir *- (I desirjd; NAME I II

Mr. Henry Gherman,for his ADDRESS
ranged. Broward Coll Cplf>tt, Shbwrodri* Hour* I '
service in setting up parks Atlantic & Pacific Wtekddy* Y AM;, *pi 5 PM.: Sqt Sun, CITY_ ___STATE ;
the ghetto areas; Mr.Clarence Realtors 666.0411 I ,.!" ZIP t
Patterson, superintendent of PHONEt'

sanitation, for his civic work l_ - - 4

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4' TFf MIAMI T/MES./ VridV-(November 2'?, )1968 --, _-- -

I To Be Equal


[ by Whitney M. Young Jr.
Office 6530NW 15th Av... Miami, Flo. 331.c7-PhoneI691.0.c21 By Booker T. Mayes

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES. Editor and Publisher -- i Executive Director National Urban League

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor A Real Thanksgiving"Hundreds
STANLEY .SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
Labor and The Black CommunityOrganized
National I Advertising Representative of children in jasper and Beaufort Counties near
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. riddled with parasitic{ worms and ailingfrom
Charleston, are labor has been taking quite licking these
310 Madison Avenue,'New York, N. Y. 10017 malnutrition. I would say they are slowly dying. They gin not from days
blamed for everything rising prices Job
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association children who are sick with It has been to
2400 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 Calcutta or Biafra. But they are and all related to extremely discrimination. Events like the New York teachers'strike that
five ten diseases at the same
community control of the schools
with aimed at killing haven't
SUBSCRIPTION RATES malnutrition. Weak,
ONE ,YEAR 55.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 swollen legs poor and swollen bellies, children whose skin is dry helped labor's image among black Americansbut much of the
movement is unfair.
criticism of the labor
and ex-
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post, and rough and infected and discolored and ulcerated believe that when we look at the whole picture labor
I Is
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 coriated. Children who were no longer hungry because they
', strongly on the side of social Justice and equal per-
ill to desire food.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" were formed a great service in pulling the rug out from under

the world The NEGRO from racial PRESS and national believes antagonism that America when can It best accords lead This description represents the findings of two men who George Wallace's attempts to rack up a large bluecollarvote

to every man regardless of his creed or color his hu.r.u, iu-cd to find cut if conditions in the slums are as deplorableas for his message of hate. The AFL-CIO did a wonderfulJob
and legal rights. Hating no acel no man..the Negro claimed. Their findings, involving a five day stay in South showing its members the dangers the Wallace candidacy

are Press hurt strives as long to as help anyone every is man.held in back.Jitlttar'0 the firm. belief that all. men Carolina will come as a shock to a large number of Americans.The meant for their jobs and paychecks.
account given by these men will be labeled anywherefrom Organized labor has backed the strike of the California

outrageous to a damn He, depending on the individual. farm workers, predominately Mexican-Americans suffering
Ie 'atdiaah Some people are Just this far removed from the main streamto from the same discrimination blacks know so well. it helpedto

knowanything of this type suffering.And those people whose mount the nationwide boycott of grapes that we all hope will

HAPPY THANKSGIVING greed, prejudices and corruption allowed these conditions to result in a fair union contract for those beleaguered farm
materallze will not admit the truth.But when we read accounts workers.
Thanksgiving Day happens to be the Miami Times day of such as this while we are enjoying what the world determinesthe Many unions are in the vanguard of fighting for the rightsof

publication, hence you should be receiving your Miami Times greatest prosperity of all time, it appears so senseless. the black man. It may be unfair to single out only one since

Wednesday It shows more than anything that we ar a nation divided. there are many whose contributions too often go unnoticed,
Ye Editor will wish for everyone a very happy ThanksgivingDay. Divided not only in some of our views, but our moral obliga- but the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal l

tion to our own people. Employees, AFL-CIO, is doing a yeoman Job of organizing

underpaid, often unskilled black workers, helping them to win
Praise to GOd, Immortal praise, for the love that crowns Areas such as this should be declared the disaster areas dignity and higher pay.

our days; they really are, and the same remedies applied as in other Its international president,Jerry Wurf, helped to bring abouta
Bounteous source of every joy,all to thee, our God, we owe, designated disaster areas. Teams of those people needed union contract for the Memphis sanitation workers, after
Source whence all our blessings flow should be brought in and the needs of the area taken care of. the long struggle that tragically cost the life of Dr. Martin
This should be done in every area where the proper develop
Luther King, Jr.
CONGRESSMAN POWELL ment of our children is not prevalent. Our only insurance for
The construction trades unions have historically had bad
Congressman Adam Clayton Powell who lost his seat In the the future Is in passing the gavel to individuals physically and records, freezing black workers out of high-paying jobs
Congress and was comfortably domicile at Bimini,Bahamasfor mentally able to handle the job. We cannot expect the maxi-
But we shouldn't let the past blind us to some of the progressthey're
quite a while is hoping to return to his seat in Congressupon mum returns from dejected and underdeveloped minds and
making. In the first six months of this year, minority
its opening on January 3, 1969. bodies. "As we sow, so shall we reap."
group apprentices in these unions have nearly doubled in
Whether our Congressman will be successful or not Is a
matter for conjecture. However, there's nothing to beat a Would you believe these people observe Thanksgiving day But we shouldn't let the past blind us to some of the progress

trial but a failure. There are those who believe he should be with almost the same reverance as others with a more ma- they're making. In the first six months of this year, minority

seated because of his re-election, while others disagree. terial reason. I would even venture to say that their observanceis group apprentices in these unions have nearly doubled in

Ye Editor will be among those waiting to hear how the Con- more in keeping with the original concept, because they number. More than half of that dramatic increase came
gress decides the case.Drainage. have learned to be thankful for so much less. I am of the opin- through the efforts of a joint Urban League-union program

ion that if we applied our resources to our internal problems, called LEAP (Labor Education Advancement Program),

our international image would improve. We are hypocritical It's just too glib to blindly talk about union discriminationand
Problem Urgent in every sense of the word.We boast of the great society while anti-civil rights activity without taking into account the

trying desperately to hide our faults. If we were to tackle pov- fact that just the reverse is true for the mainstream of the
s It is obvious to all Liberty City residents that there is a erty, disease, starvation aid illiteracy with the same determi- labor movement.Of .
need for a solution to the storm water drainage, water, and nation we apply to other nation's'problems, conditions such as
course much more needs I to be done. Negroes have
sewage problems In this area. ,
these mentioned in the above quote would not exist.
always been among the most loyal unionists, but too many
For the many years that we have lived in this area it is de- unions have been too slow to give black people their rightful
pressing to note that these problems have existed for a long We must accept the fact that other people are able to reason share of power--choice organizing jobs or union leader-
period of time without feasible solutions.The and think. That people other than ourselves are desirous of the
ship posts. And many still have far to go in recruiting black
most abundant life, and that there are still others who believe
storm water drainage we feel is the most critical item workers for apprenticeship programs and in organizing sweat
to be considered in the areas where the problem is severe. only in trying those things of proven value.We try desperately shops In low-paying industries. All unions ought to be educa-

The solution this problem will require maintenance on existing to encourage other nations to adopt our system of govern- ting their members to the dangers of bigotry, and to the fact
ment which has
itself to be
proven only partially effective
storm drainage systems and the installation of new while that racism damages white workers as well as blacks.
openly condemning the auto Industry and other concerns
drainage systems in the that need additional
in areas assistance for marketing an Inferior or defective product. Provisions But on the whole, organized labor is as good a friendof
moving the water. must be made for those people unable to achieve. We must black efforts for equality as exists in our imperfect soci-

This is extremely needed because of the health problem that utilize all our available manpower by making it self supporting. ety. We've got to work closely with those who support us,

exist when water stands for variousperiods of time permitting We must cultivate the mental capacity of all our citizens. and keep trying to convince laggard unions that their own

bacteria to surface from the drain fields of the residential When we have begun to eliminate some of these discrepancies self-interest lies in building bridges to the black community.The .
septic tanks. within our democratic system we will be able to
in the approach
walking streets to avoid deep anti-union basis that seems to be growing is an indica-
er portions of the water Thanksgiving: Day with a greater sense of Our
,allow themselves to be subject to accidents security. praise tion that labor's gains aren't wholly secure, and that they
with vehicles to God will be more meaningful, and our Involvement will be
traveling the
through area. The pedes- are vulnerable to anti-union backlash. They need allies,
trian traffic lights in some places have to be operated by stu- total. and greater labor involvement in the fight for equal rightsis

dents standing in water in order that they may cross the street. the best way for labor to insure the support of the black

The areas that are in need of water would be benefitted Im- A POPULAR PRESIDENT REMEMBEREDNews community and America's idealistic young people.

mensely t py an adequate system to supply the residential units

and eliminate any possibility of dependance on well water for
from Washington says that on Friday, November 22
consumption which could be polluted by infiltration. five years after the assassination of PresidentJohn Fitzgerald, P HILOSSOFER I

Kennedy, scores of people brought flowers, and thousands
Sanitary sewage systems should be provided in the area as walked road of r
along a remembrance to the
grave the deceased "There is
soon as the preceding items are alleviated in order that we nothing new under aloft." (Gustave Flaubert).

may benefit by the necessary facilities needed to make this A White House military aide brought a wreath from Presi- the sun. At times I am complimented Phil Ossofer said,"The hefihtclone's
ideal on my originality deter-
area an community. dent thoughts are
with words, but investigation mined the of his think
by depth
Across the land
special masses were held in Roman Catho- proves that lam not origi- "

Hats Off To JakeFlorida -lic Churches.- nal, at least in the thoughts behind ing"A prayer, In its simplest

my words.Here are some definition, is merely a wish
All M's famed football coach Jake Gaither went up a Good Deed Gets PraiseTo examples of my "copying1 of turned heavenward."(Phillips

few notches in our estimation by selecting Alcorn A&M Col- the Editor: ideas: Brooks). Phil Ossofer said,
lege to oppose his Rattlers in this year's Orange Blossom Socrates said, "All I know "Prayer is spiritual gravity

Classic. Much pressure was being put on Jake,from the Gov- We were stranded on Julia Tuttle Causeway. The is that I know nothing." (Wise which draws us upward to

ernor on down, to select'Fran Curd's surprising University ed water to function Nobody stopped for a long Then need-this man!) Phil Ossofer said, "An God."
of Tampa team for the classic foe. ignorant man is one who is
Fisheries truck came along Buddha said that patience
stopped, backed
But unlike many people, Jake has a long memory and not asked if we needed help. up,and doesn't know" he doesn't know the greatest prayer. Phil ();-

only thought about the'68 Classlcbut, he also remembered those The drive went to the nearest spigot across the anything. sofer said, "Patience is worth
early years when black schools came to the Classic for as filled some discarded plastic containers with water bridge, Booker T. Washington said its wait in gold."
little as $1,500. Now that FAMU can pay a visiting team as back poured the water into the drove "If you want to keep a man in
much emptydefective)radiator, and a ditch,you've got to So you see, there is nothingnew
as $25,000 for a Classic appearance, why ditch the old we were able to be on our way. stay there
faithful black teams who helped build the game to the national With gratitude in our hearts but with him." Phil Ossofer said under the sun, although
not the
stature that it enjoys today? to ask his name, we left, intent upon, reaching presence the of mind "You will always be little If there may be new ways to say
Many fans are saying that we should be moving more toward vice station. nearest ser- you belittle." these things.The importanceof

integration. I agree, but let's not get carried away with inte- Later I telephoned the office of National "Man shall not live by bread learning to say old truths in
gration when it causes us to betray our black brothers. Too ,given the name of their driver Rudolph Rolle Fisheries,and was alone." (Matt. 4-4)). Phil os- new ways is that one can reach ,
many times we have heard the clamor for integration when It ;St. Just one more thing, the gentleman, who 1027 NW 34th sofer said, "if you think you many people who might not accept -
favors the white man--economically that is.We must remem- ;hour was not of the Caucasian race. gave up his lunch can live by bread alone,you've or understand one way of I
ber the economic side of the game. I believe he deserves got a lot of crust." saying it, but are alert to another !
recognition of
some sort
Jake's decision was of 36 the a special "Prejudice is the way. ,
one principle. For years courtesy award by the AAA, by the Chamber of Commerce child of
Orange. Blossom Classic has been the black colleges Rose by the city, the county, the state. ignorance" (William Hazlitt). Old truths receive greater !
Bowl. He knows he will never be Invited to the Orange, Cotton, Phil Ossofer said, "The pre- vitality if spoken in the tang'I

Sugar and Gator Bowls.So they play their hearts out hoping fora Gratefully, his judiced person is one who puts uage of our age, and I
winning season and an invitation to the Classic. Mori Fremon "no" before his "know" accept them, we can then accept I
Our thanks to Jake for not letting them down. 5225 Collins Avenue "The principle thing in this all truth, no matter how
world Is to keep one's soul it is stated. I



I MIAMI TIMES. Friday, November 29, 1968 5-.







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He Bring Us Together ?

When Richard Nixon met the press on November sixth, he

made what appeared to be a much needed appeal for unity and

reconciliation. He acknowledge that there are serious con- S

flicts between the rich and the poor,between the young and the .

old and between blacks and whites in this country.

; Yet, it was President-elect Nixon who engineered the Republican n

Party platform which ignored those programs which t'r

could, in fact, reconcile the country. And Mr. Nixon has yet r'
: to reveal his plans for achieving unity.All this leads me to the :

fear that Mr. Nixon does not really understand the way unity

and reconciliation are achieved.

t, Unity is not possible among unequals--only men who have

equal opportunities can unite. Reconciliation requires social

Justice and economic progress. (Nobody was ever reconciledby

tank or a billy club).
;t Mr. Nixon has been silent about those programs which would

I r narrow the gap between the rich and the poor. Our tax structure -

y r for instance, is designed to make the rich richer while

j: permitting the poor to grow poorer. And instead of calling for
i the rebuilding of our ghettos, for expanded medicare, for a

1;, guaranteed income and for full employment, Mr. Nixon and
t, his advisors have called for higher unemployment and for more

t police power. Surely, those are not the programs that will

4! bring unity. They can only add to b 1 a c k rage and increase

,I white fear.

9; I agree with those who have said that we must give the

President-elect a chance, but he must face the fact that black

:: people will not be satisfied or won over by cries for recon-

i* citation and exortations for unity. For example,it is patently

t t ridiculous for Mr. Nixon to propose black capitalism as the
t answer to all black people's economic problems. We live in

,,( a time when many Negro men cannot earn enough money to

support their families, much less to invest in business.
t' I am for doing everything possible to make life easier and

L better in the ghett o. Fm for boo tstraps and self-help; Charges Police HarassmentDear

i I applaud Jim Brown's efforts, but Irefuseto permit the LETTERS to EDITOR

Ii: President elect, the Congress or anyone else to use these
Mayor Clark
valiant efforts as a cop out.They are only part of the solution. ... .. :
We must also have massive increased
t Under separate cover, I am sending you a tape recording made
spending and commitment to social Justice and economic
f In my office which two young Negro men related how they
gress. Then we will have reconciliation and unity. Service Academies Want
were arrested while trying to repair the automobile of one of

.. them in a public parking lot, threatened by the City of Miami

Black YouthDear plainclothes policeman and accused by him of stealing the car

ht. I F'U i MI I I it irvoxiu on which they were trying to fix even tho the car was owned by

:>> Colleague: one of the colored men and when trying to prove their inno-

OPPORTUNITY Legal cence were told to shut up or he would kill them, etc.
: i m n MTVBB. Again we are,requesting your assistance and cooperationin

Services our effort to identify, stimulate and encourage young men When they were taken to city Jail to be booked, the police ser-

] to seek the opportunities available to qualified youth to attend geant on duty told the plain clothes officer that there was no

: MY: Leo Adder Iy, the Service Academies at West Point,Annapolis and Colorado. grounds for arresting either one and that he, the sergeant,

Center AttonitM Your cooperation and assistance have enabled us to triple, would be willing to testify in their behalf court to that fact.

I since 1963, the number of Negro and other minority group

youth enrolled in Service Academies. In order that you may Despite this, the plain cothes officer Insisted on charging them

Business InsuranceInsurance have a full explanation of our Cadet/Midshipman Recruitment with "loafing in a private area"(since when has a public park-

Program I am pleased to call to your attention the enclosed ing lot become a "privatearea" and in order to avoid going to

Memorandum from the Deputy Secretary of Defense.We Jail, they had to put up a cash bond of$50.00 on a $200.00 bail
necessary in any business. Without its protec- want to bond besides having to the of Miami
encourage all qualified youth to seek admissionto pay City a towing fee of
tion you may lose part of Investment.
In addition
your to pro- the Academies. We are especially interested, however, in $12.50 since the police towed the car down to the city pound.
tection loss it
against stands between
lawsuits. you liability for having Negro,Puerto Rican, Mexican-American,and other minority I know that there has been a gross miscarriage of Justice in

group youth know that these career opportunities are this matter and I think that the city should refund the $62.50
Specific insurance needs will
depend upon the type business open to them and that they are welcome at our Academies. One wh ich one of the accused had to put up for bond and towing
\ you engage in. Below Is a check list of
policies. some important typesof factor contributing to the small number of minority group youthin charges plus the other $50.00 which the other accused was

: the Academies stems from their not being aware that these forced to put up.
All Important Is
fire-lightning and windstorm insurance
opportunities are open to them and that barriers based on race,
protect against financial loss because of
damage or destruc- creed,color or national origin do not exist at these institutionsor For other details, I refer you to the tape recording which has
tion of merchandise, or buildings as a result of fire
in the professional military careers that follow. been sent you under separate cover.
ing, or windstorm. Damage caused smoke
by or water accompanying -
We are asking you-School Superintendents, Principals and
ered by a this fire insurance.The on your.own, or Joining property is also cov- Guidance Counselors-to carefully screen, select and forwardto The trial of the two accused Negroes will be held Monday,

us names of at least six (6) Negro or other minority group Nov. 25 in the City of Miami traffic court. I will be presentto
prudent businessman
should also obtain the
companion youths of high scholastic achievement, excellent health and observe what goes on and as to whether they are found guiltyby
type coverage, business-earnings insurance. This type insur- character, and indicated leadership potential. Along with the the court or if the case is dismissed; however, if they are
ance protects incidental
against losses directly resulting from names and addresses of the recommended students be sure found,guilty, I want to know who the Judge Is that finds them
a fire. It provides payments to meet expenses which continue to include the following: guilty. If the case is dismissed, I will insist that the City of

while your place of business is being repaired;and compensation Their transcript of scholastic record. Miami repay them the money which they will have lost becauseof

to cover the profits lost because of suspended business The CEEB and other test scores. the bail bonds and the towing charges which they had to pay
operations as a result of fire.
Their indicated Academy preference. out of their pockets.
Further, workmen's compensation insurance is required in Their cocurricula'activities.

the State of Florida. If you employ three or more people. It Three (3) letters of evaluation and recommendation. I might add that organization,Travelers Automobile Association I

covers. your liability, imposed by law as an employer, regardless Results of a recent physical examination.We is not happy over the manner In which many of Its

employees.of fault, for injuries or occupational&: diseases sustainedby urge you to give special attention toeleventh and members have been given traffic tickets,and since the two accused j

twelfth grade students. The former as prospective candidatesfor men in this case also happen to be members of Travelers :
of Burglary and theft insurance covers the insured against loss classes entering July 1970 and the latter in July 1969. Ad- I believe that it Just might be in the best Interests'of of the ,

or damage to property resulting from burglary,theft, larceny vise your seniors to apply at once to the Academies of their City of Miami to look closely Into this matter and, if thej

damage, robbery to forgery securities, fraud, vandalism, and against loss or preference ( a student may seek admission to all) and write to charges are phony which, in my opinion, they are, the City of 1
money other valuables
from resulting their U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives asking for an Miami should see to itthatourtwopolicyholders are refundedthe
appointment to the Academy. They should take the College En- above charges.
Bodily injury and property damage liability Insurance is also
trance Examination Board Tests at the earliest date and undergo -
important. And covers liability of the insured
for bodily injuries Trusting that will this matter atten-
a complete medical examination. you give your personal
and property damage In the "
operation vehicles
I will appreciate hearing from you at the earliest possibledate tion, I remain,
by or vehicles of others occasionally operated
by him.
but as to students desiring to obtain admission in July
Finally, and perhaps most important of all business life
1969, not later than December 1, 1968. Cordially yours,
insurance. This type Insurance is
used to retire
a partner's Your fullest cooperation In this effort will be appreciated. Phillip S. Brewer
interest, or stockholder's interest at death to
or provide for Please Broker
read the Deputy Secretary's Memorandum carefully
maintenance of a business upon the death of the sole
owner. If there are questions concerning this write io
any program,
Most business life insurance plans utilize life insurance which
me and I will be pleased to assist you.
has cash value. These cash values,increasing over the years,
provide the firm with a valuable reserve for emergencies in
the event of any sharp dislocation in business conditions Sincerely, MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

Where necessary, the policy cash values can be used as the
basis for loans. ,,'
Listen to"Legal Services Presents" on the Tom Washing L. Howard Bennett .' THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE
Director for Civil Rights I ;j "
ton Show, WMBM, 1490 on your dial,7 p.m.; and WKAT, 1360 Office of The Asst. Secy of Defense PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM I
on your dial, at 11:30 p.m. every Sunday 1


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6 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday November 29, 1968 .

Association For Retarded HELP WANTED


Children Kicksoff Campaign Times. Thursday and Friday only. Must have

i rheDade County Associa- a campaign stimulate public transportation. Good pay and commissions

tion for Retarded Children Is awareness first and to trans- No experience necessary. Call 691-0421
,- .BY CLARICE LITTLES Su- sponsoring a county-wide late that awareness into a
Miami Times Society Editor appointment.An
campaign to reach the parents, specific action that can be of
guardians and even neighborsof tangible benefit to an impor- Equal Opportunity Employer

THANKSGIVING: A time for turkey, cranberries, cider, at least 500 retarded child- tant segment of the populationthat
family get-to-gethers and the traditional football game.It ren and adults who are not now needs help."

is also the time to recall the first such feast held in benefiting from the already Private Secretary
America. The now quaint customs of the colonists In the blun- existing facilities for the retarded ROYAL WHIST

derbuss and bow and arrow peacefully laid aside, the cola in the county. The Royal Whist League WantedMr.
nists and Indians seated at the table all Club gave Thanksgiving
together rough-hewn --
The DARC hopes to estab- kets deserving families Levenson, president of Service First Insurance
lend a picturesqueness to the event.
lish contact with a minimumof Monday night. Members of the Agency, Inc., 3497 NW 7th Avenue, is looking for
Now, almost three and one-half centuries after that first children and adults who, a
day of thanks, all of us should pause to reflect upon the rich- 500 club are: Ralph Presleey, private secretary. If you can take excellent shorthandand
ness of our lives and of our country.It because their know guardians that president; Leonard R 0 z fer, have had previous office experience, this may Le'the

is also time to reflect on those less fortunate. But thereis simply exist do not for them, often programs sit vice president; Helen Taylor, permanent position you have been looking 'for

much for which to be thankful: our family and friends, the at home doing little or nothing. secretary; Dorothy Palmer Phillips, Good working conditions, excellent salary, vacation
homes in which we live and Jobs at which we work, the realiza- recording secretary; Call for
Calton now a personal interview
tion of the worst of and Williams, George ,
having conquered yesterday, our ever- There are pre-school day Robert 6351507Opportunity
lasting hopes of a better tomorrow.Junior's centers, teen programs and Herbert Wimberly,
Eddie Hill-
was the setting for Marie Price's birthday party other recreational and train- Davis, Ray Taylor,
on November 17 when friends man and Albert Carler, mem-
were host. ing facilities that are not yet
Rena Roole, JMH nurse is recuperating from a bout with the operating at full capacity sole- bers. For

Asian flu. Ditto, E. K. Lockhart, Alice B. Hall. lybecause of a lack of com- WomenTen
Gilbert Fox jetted to Nassau last week attend the funeral munication.
of his granddaughter. women between ages 25-60

Friends of Marie Roberts are sending "get well" wishes to Beginning Thursday, the Must have own transportation. Immediate em
North Shore hospital hoping that she'll soon be well. DARC in cooperation with the "
Must be able talk and
4 ployment. to
get along
Wheee . and surprise! A dinner party at the home of Girl Scouts,Jaycees and small
Gertna Williams on Saturday, honored Myrtle Bullard, the teenage groups,will begin distribution with people.

dedicated Girl Scout leader of Troop 377. It was the scouts and of 7,000 posters
which ask the public if they e Call for Appointment
their mothers way of saying "Thanks" to a most wonderful
know of a child or adult who
person. needs help. The posters will
During the dinner hour the girls sang old and new favorites. ask them to call central tele- Telephone 691-7669

Speeches tributes to Myrtle by Eugenia Thomas, Bessie phone exchange: 373-7633.
Smith and
I. Volunteers will be on hand to ''

Levora Jean Murray and Charles Edward Holiday were mar". take the calls and provide the -
rled Saturday, November 23, in necessary Information. In addition : ar
Holy Redeemer Catholic billboards and bus

Church. The bride is the daugh- cards will carry the same -- -
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis C. message and radio stations GREETINGSTo

Murray, 5910 NW Seventh Court, throughout the Metropolitanarea all Daughters of the
graduated from Notre Dame donated time to reach the
IBPOE of W of the Miami area.
Academy and attended public.
Barry Please note that I will make
College. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. "This is not a fund raising my official visits to the Tem-
i. program," stated John ples listed below:
Williams, 1050 NW 90th Street,
graduated from Miami North- i Stokesberry, executive direc- Dec. 10, Overseas Temple;
tor of the Dec. 11 Greater Miami Tem
western High School and attended Association. "It is ,
ple; Dec. 9, 0. W. Bannerman
Miami-Dade Junior College. A reception immediately fol-
TempleDec. 17 Liberty
lowed the ceremony at Bonded Rental Agency after a wedding
trip to Nassau, the couple will live in Miami. MINISTERS LAYMEN Temple; Jan. 10, Antlers
VOTER REGISTRATION Temple; Jan. 10, Pride of Mi-
Mrs. Louise Rolle has returned to Miami after three weeks ami,Council. '

vacation in Nassau. COMMITTEEThe In the world today a sense of

Membership Committee fear is gripping mankind.,The
Friends of Lee Hamilton are concerned about her health. of the Ministers Laymen world Is rapidly becoming a
She Is recuperating from a heart attack.La Voter Registration Committeemet
world of panic-ridden people.Let .
Verne Edwards Journeyed to Georgia to attend the funeralof last Saturday and Mr.Ja- us pray for a world of f
her maternal uncle.
phus Fincher was appointed every lasting peace.
chairman. Members of the Yours in SJS and F Mae 1
Here from Nassau are Lilla Mae and Maude Burrows. They ,
committee are Rev. O. W.
are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs.Erskine(Jennie) Forbes. West, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Wood district deputy.
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF)hosted Dade County
Mrs. James Britt, Mrs. Inez
principals and representatives from public schools at a dinner Wilcox \
Mr. LeoSchlossRev. MARY LEE AGENCY
7:30 p.m. Monday at the Everglades Hotel.
P. Freeman, Mr. C.Detories, i
N. E. 123rd Street
Mrs. Warren(Gwen)Welters was hostess to the Miami Linkson and Mrs. Tripp. STYLED BYIII'

Saturday.Do Our goal for '69 is set for Nurses ,

$500 members. You too can RNs, LPNs Aides and
you know about the Concentrated Employment Program? become a member of this or- Attendants jJlljj
If you are 44 or over(male or female) go to the old Food Fair ganization for a fee of from Private Duty

building on NW 62nd Street Do you want a Job? Here's a chanceto $1.00 to 500. U you are interested -
earn while learn. Domestics No
you you can mail your Fee Il
$1.00 to 1328 NW 3rd Avenue.
Circle your calendar: Thursday December Annual meet- Cooks, Housekeepers ,
Rev. Johnson Is
ing, Church Women United10:30 a.m. All Souls Episcopal Your letter will be president.returned Maids, Chauffeurs, Butlers, /
Housemen.AT .
Church 4025 Pinetree Drive.
your membership card. >

Cheryl Matthews, daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Leroy Matthewsis
attending Riverside College as a freshman. Mrs.Matthewsand

Cheryl Jetted to California where two of her nieces live, THE WORLD FAMOUS FABULOUS '. I

they visited places and cities such as Los Angeles; Lompoc, Shimmering, \
Riverside, Disneyland, and Vandenburg Air Force Base and KNIGHT BEAT '
Mrs. Matthews also visited Las Vegas, Nevada. Cheryl will SOUL ALUMNI PRESENTSTHE
come home for Christmas and is anxious to see relatives and FIRST ANNUAL 7 sexy, and silver.

friends. Cherly was a 1968 debutante of Delta Sigma Theta Sock it to 'em,
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t SIAC Champion Rattlers Face Texas .. '


M Southern In Classic Tuneup .

Now that their 21st confer-, tiers opponent Saturday night Oakland Raiders, both in the tempts for 1010 yards and 12

ence championship is under' had nine players on the active AFL. touchdowns. The 71 comple-

their belt, the Florida A&M list including, Warren Wells, Florida A&M Coach Jake tions tie the mark set by Er-

Rattlers go Inter-sectional leading pass receiver for the Gaither says that "This teamis nie Hart in 1964. Riley is only

I STANLEY"SWEETS" SWEET GLINEO the last two games of the sea- Oakland Raiders of the AFL. more like the great Rattler 162 yards away from break-

-TYPE son, meeting Texas Southern Florida A&M can counter, teams of the past. It is easily ing the passing yardage record

University Saturday night in of course, when it comes to the most exciting Rattler teamto set by James Tullis(1172) in

I Tampa and Alcorn A&M the players in the professional watch in a long time. 1963. He needs four touchdown

I ; following Saturday in the 36th leagues. Fourteen former Key reason for most of the passes to break Tullis' markof
who frequent
THINGS I NEVER KNEW Shouldn't camera 'bugs' -
annual Orange Blossom Clas- Rattlers are on the active list excitement is Rattler quarter- 15 in a single season. He
clubs a shot and collects for it be made to
snaps ,
I - -- - - sic in Miami. of pro rosters, including all- back Ken Riley If Riley con- needs only 3 more touchdown
I commercial licenses ? ? ? There's nothing
Both TSUandAlcorn pro flanker Bob Hayes, of the tinues at his present pace he passes to break Tullis'career
: koshered corn-beef-on-
so tasty as a
members of the tough South- Dallas Cowboys of the NFL,all will wind up with all of the total of 31,and five more pass
sandwich with mustard and dill pickle.. .
rye west Athletic Conference,long pro split-end AlDenson,of the school's passing records.In ing attempts will make him
Two don't make a right but two
wrongs regarded as the toughest con- Denver Broncos, and all-pro eight games be has com- the most prolific Rattier passer
rights can be if struck below the belt
wrong ference among predominantly Fullback Hewitt Dixon, of the pleted 71 passes in 137 at- in a single season.
. Why all the fuss about a cross 'burning'on
Negro Colleges and one of
the front of the court house? I know of
the best in the nation.
crosses burning on folks front lawns for
Other membersoftheSWAC
years . "A stitch in time saves nine"sometime --
include Grambling.Prarle
it saves embarrassment...Much :
View Jackson State Southern
as I try, I Just can't get to like Ethel Merman's ,
University Arkansas AM&
singing . I have been blamed for a lot of things but N Ewi
and Wiley College.The confer -
the Communists have me bested.
e n c e has a reputation of M x

putting out some of the best
HORATIO ALGER'S FAMOUS "rags to riches" stores for pro
players in the National and
boys gave me lots of Inspiration as a kid, but up to n o w I never American football leagues.A .
got out of the first bracket. . Remember the old Bloodwine
count from the active
cool drink that featured the "hobble-skirt" bottle? It's the
rosters of last AFL and
Coke-shaped bottle today in disguise . And the cola drink years
NFL teams show 47 players in
named Bracer was the closest thing to Coca Cola -- closer
both leagues who played col-
than Pepsi, R. C. or Dr Pepper . And Cola Nip, distilledand lege ball in the SWAC. One
bottled by the Negro-owned distillers of Tampa,Jacksonville -
team, the Houston Oilers have
and Miami,Johnson-Jenkins-Johnson,was sizzler, too.
nine. Texas Southern,the Rat-

DO HOSPITAL STAFFERS doubt their medical ability the

reason they pry into your entire pedigree before administering Shriners Present

treatment that may save your life ? ? ? I can't stand the

.. pressure little Dondi puts on my nerves with his troubles . Potentates Ball

t : The 5 Dimensions singing group (3 guys and 2 dolls) is the

ft. swinglngest group tf come along in a long,long time. They're Kazah Temple#149 will hold

Just simply g-r-e-a-t I 111 I Wonder why every TV program you its Annual Potentates Ball on

-if learn to like and the hour they're screened changed to another Friday, December 6, at the

'q hour, or taken off the air completely! Gulfstream room in the bay-

I.. front park auditorium.
", YOU MAY NOT ALWAYS go along with Gov Claude Kirk but U you are interested in having ___ n..nn...

you've got to admire bim...Commissioner M. Atbalie Range some pre-classic fun,
must be made out of steel 111 I I I I'm a Democrat and voted that come on out to the PotentatesBall. The Greater Miami Urban League Guild presented $1,500 to the Urban

K way, but I feel right now that Nixon might make a pretty good League at the E. 0. D. Dinner Saturday evening at the Deauville Hotel. To

.It, president after all . Catchy' slogans sell more products All members of the nobility help to promote its program The Guild also received a Golden Gal Good Award

: than the quality of the products sells themselves. .Has are asked to attend this ball. for 1969 for their contribution to the United Fund.
oleomargarine taken butter off the market shelves ? ? -
pure ? Attire, men tuxedo, women-
like Shown are: Bottom row, left to right: Cor lee Daniels, Cathrine Gipson,
I Mayor Steve Clark's 'coolness' when things get .trough gowns, from' 10 p.m. until 2
", . I still prefer my Planter's Punch made with Myer's Rum. Joan Cummings, Adline Pontiphflet, Maude Reid, the Urban League Board

'".. a.m.For more information contact President; Ann Lindsey Packard, Guild President; Muriel Vaughn, Anna Mitchell

PRESENT DAY COMEDIANS are funny men;but there's no John Dillard, 1885 NW 55 Juanita Thompson, Treasurer; Margaret Davis. Top row, Ruth Spann,
comedy served today to compare with the old minstrel shows St.; Robert Wilcox, 6965 NW
Olivia Gloria Coleman Dorothy Baker Financial Sarah
Rogers Secretary
and under-tent spectaculars. No gag writers then,all materialwas 30th Ave.; John William, 1748
original . Prettiest and most-colorful scenery I can NW 57th St.ARETHA. Pullom, Ruth Smith, lona Buckholtz, Marion Muldrow, Parliamentarian.b"ff.

remember viewing on the cinema screen appeared in"Say-

.- onara," the Marlon Brando flick ...In my book Earl(Fatha')
Hines is still "the world's greatest jazzpianist"a distinc-

tion he earned when he was 20(he's now 63) . And for Jazz FACE TRIALDetroit's

: improvizations Til take Eddie HoywoodJr any day-- cream of leading lady of :
crop. soul, pop singer Aretha

b Franklin, was arraigned in ,
I THERE NEVER WAS A better local quartet than these four absentia Traffic Court :. ":\:'':: ,;:"',: ",." '1.'::, ;O:
on a ';" : o 'i"'J.
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of Bethel AME Church Ted Bethel bass Arnold Hutcheson
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charge of reckless driving \
baritone; Kelsey L. Pharr, 2nd or lead tenor; Bert Bethune, without a license. j T :

1st tenor. They were Just as melodious when Theodore R. The 26-year old singer was
| Dansby supplemented for Albert Bethune in the first tenor slot ,
at home with her leg in a castas x :
(when Bert retired to Daytona Beach) . Why do 'wet paint' a result of a boating
4 signs fascinate viewers into touching the forbidden object fort SCI
accident recently in Hawaii but
| proof ? ? ? Americans need not try to 'feel out'.Bahamas Premier her attorney, Stanley Wise, 2 ,

I Linden 0. Pindling. That kid's a clever barrister out off entered a plea of Innocent. 4 x
one of England's great: law schools. >

-,.. THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Major (Scevia) Hollands are 100% IMPORTED .".
expecting their first (in Tuskegee, Ala) by June '69 . The ...
'; Mack(Vivian Lambs (be's a Miami Dolphin)are now THREE. Cf,

,. It's a girl, Trinese Latralle, born Nov 16 in Mt Sinai hosp at :

5 IDS 3 ozs ?Doris Wright will eat her Thanksgiving turkeyin WICSALE ...

Nassau . Alonzo Kelly's discharge from Westchester 4W
hosp sent him home on 'furlough' -- he resumed his confinement ii W:

to Osteopathic General in North Miami . The late 411Z i sri
Samuel Reynolds' sister here? .

V !
1 NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Joe Louis was scheduled to be host 1w o z

[ I" referee Wednesday night during an all-star Miami Beach .'

I i- audit's wrestling card (wrestling card? Joe Louis?) . Al- I
bertha Johnson (apparently out of immediate danger) from a

leg amputation,discharged from Jackson Memorial toher Opa- k

;;' lock home -- but forced to propel her walking with crutches ---.. I 1 :

. Damita Jo at The Cabaret on 23rd St at the Beach . The world's finest grade

Hubert Knight will birthday again Sunday(December 1) . All Colors at no extra g f
Rosalie Luckie ailing at home . .Alfred Strachan very ill at charge

I Mercy hosp. Underwent surgery Mondayayem. Blacks, Browns, F Frosted r 7' Yr.

Grays, Blonds and Curly ,
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Doris Curtis spent a week in Wigs

I Tampa at the bedside of her mother Mrs Thelma Elrldge, who
Regular Price Pay 74 "j("
: Only ... !::
I returned to Miami with her daughter for recovery. . Bertha

] Snead gave hubby Doyle a Surprise Birthday Party last Sunday WIGS 9.95 #6.95 r- 9,,

I !> in their palatial wigwam . Roslyn Bethel back at her PE i; ,:<\1/, : Iii
WIGLETS 24.95 $8.95 '" ":, :;t<::!' u'J;;.>.,,_.,..;;oI>; A
I duties at Dunbar elementary after nursing left leg injury for ," ; !:
I three weeks . Bill Stirrup raised $1,800 to become winner FALLS 89.95J29.95 Smirnoff makes the party rock. '

1 In Christ Church's Yestmen Contest. Second place: George holiday
Talented Smirnoff. orange juice.Snaps up
Walker. Third spot: Alonzo Culmer. Each war presented a 866-7379
punch.Adds brilliant sparkle to whatever's goad to drink. ;
trophy last Sunday .That's it brother, from your one-man-
newspaper who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but Open Sunday That's why the choicest holiday parties come in Smirnoff packages. ;

,-a who is allways giving some poor sucker a break! Wholesale prices to Dealers. Smirnoff Vodka leaves you bt athl,,$. ,


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I' Magic Musicians Tour Ohio 1

Miami's Magic Musicians From left to right a re Arnold Charles Lamb,Alvin McDuffy, !!! Monday, December 2nd
I better known as the Big M's Albury, Aaron Johnson, and Sam Daniels.
recently tourned Ohio playing Daniel Seymour, Willie North. Erwin Marshall, project director -
under the glaring lights in Others not shown are Yvonne ; Franklin Clark, community One Nite Only
auditoriums and night clubs. Deleveaux, ErnaGardiner, scool director.
The group consists of a band,
singer and dancers. K is directed -
by the renown Mr. Make Acting Your CareerMovies I THE ONE THE ONLY
Leroy Washington who meets
them at the Primary C. Com
\ ETTA :
street.munity School, 757 NW 66th and Commercials are being made in \\ r

t The Big M's recently won Miami everyday. Now is your chance to get "SECURITY"JAMES
the endless approval of par in on the ground floor.
ents, children, and friends
when thecommunity i school Y
observed American Education The television commercial and motion picture j

Week last Tuesday. workshop equips youIFYOU( HAVE TALENT) 1 "BABY YOU I

to professional compete with level.competition in the field at a GOT IT"Wednesday '. 1

Orange Blossom

Classic Parade The workshop is directed by William (Bud) 1

Hoey, actor with 25 yearsexperience in all : SHOW TIMEADM.
Route phases of the business. 1
AnnouncedWith 1

Courses are 10 weeks. All classes are tapedon c
the theme: "FA MC Y
Yesterday FAMU Today, close circuit T.V: so students can see

Blossom FAMU Forever"Classic parade the Orange will themselves in action. THURSDAY: LADIES NItiW

roll down a new parade route
this year. : Win Cash :;

Three trophies will be offered New classes start Friday December 6, 1968. "'
for the first place winners LADIES FREE TABLES !
in three divisions.There' For information,please call Mr. Hoey, 758-6731 FREE
-GENTS $1.00
is still time for you to enter "
your club, organization or '# tEXCEPTNOLIDAY kS)?"'' .

special group. ,
Band headquarters will beheld Holmes Elementary CHINA VALLES ALAN ROCK Classic
yr s'"
Staging areas will be at Ml- rrr Present
ami Northwestern Sr. High
School. AN EVENING WITH Weekend _

The route of the parade is as ; ___
Starting point: 71st St. and ,.' NhiaJSimone
7th! Avenue; South on 7th Ave. ReflectionsRevue/
to 62nd St.; West on 62nd St. s
to 15th Ave.; North on 15th
Ave. to 71st St. and disband
The cooperation of the en- Friday y f r
tire community is solicited in .
making this parade the most :; Bands
outstanding In the his tor y of Nov. 29 2
the Classic. William J. Stir- ShowsPLUS
rup, parade marshal, extends
"thanks in advance to all of you DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
2901 West Flagler Street EXTRA r
for your participation and cooperation ADDED
with the parade Show Time 8:30 ,.... ATTRACTIONSALSO
rules of staging and conduct. Tickets $2.50; $3.00; $4,00; $5.00
A special appeal Is made to Mall Order Tickets GUESS
viewers of the parade to observe Dade County Av.ditoriuM Box Office THE MYSTERY ARTIST
boundaries along the Send Self Addressed Envelope

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 29.. 1968 9

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"The Singing


If by chance y'aU are wondering about Mayme,she is O. K.
I still at st.Francis Hospital in room 621.She had another oper- Tree"on
ation Wednesday and should be home by Monday, I hope She 4T'

wants to thank all .of our friends who called, visited, sent December 8, at the Dade "4
cards, iiowers, anaguis.u visitors 0.. County Auditorium, Sugar ,
such as Archie Moore,Dave& Mable Plum Faries will dance,rein-

Marks, Shirley Seldon, Bill Sy- deer will prance and children 1 1,
pre, Davene Derby, Darlene 'fII' will be astounded and dumfounded a t
,. "' :': '
Thomas Joan Marvis ;>;1" '1 ... "W' : at themyried of
Maydak, .- : : :.:.,
Mingle, Margaret Brown, Red Pat- \k Christmas fantasies who come ::1L : (1
.. t to life. What Is this of
terson, Paul and Barbara Fruitman, :, scene __ 41
Ellen Sunshine Club her wonder and delight? Why It Is -
Pratt, The ( ,
little other than Miami's
co-workers) of the Department of the singing Christmas Tree. The cute thing in own Roz

Publicity & Tourism, helped to make 'M) Now, what will a tree be doing Hill who now goes under the stage name of Cindy Lou. Cindy Lou came backto

her days pleasant. Of course, the singing and on Christmas at town last week to be maid of honor at the wedding of her blonde
ds ...." Us ..."' ... eo", .......,,..., ....!1 .p that? pretty
c ar auu phone ca "v.u ow many friend, Margot Lord Manning to David Redden, George Wallace's Florida cam-
friends the beautiful robe from her co-workers a huge bas-
; ; "The Singing ChristmasTree' paign manager.The couple got their marriage off the ground a wedding cere-
ket of fruit from the Leroy Pratts; a bed Jacket from Ollie &
Bill Williams and their son,Dwight;flowers from Harold Pat- nual now in its The fourth'tree an-is mony aboard a turbo-prop airplane 8,000 feet above Miami.
terson and The Par & Birdie Club and candy from the Fruit-
twenty six feet tall weighsten
mans She loves the staff of St. Francis. They are all so nice
tons and is made of
and tending to spoil her . Even tho they have many other young THANK YOU
people. young people are
patients to take care of. We say thanks to one and all.
the 110 voice Concert Chorus

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Angie Carter from Southwest Miami High /hAt' M tcttet tifte this at v ,akSqwiaqoti/ J JMe
under the direction of

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: William Latimore William Johnson. The accompaniment -
VIP OF THE WEEK: Ben Dawson of CEP on 62nd Street will be the Southwest to tkaakllaI&4djeth I
Miami High School Concert

MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Phyllis Satz Orchestra under the directionof
Robert Bobo. ui wppoiteu &bo I helped

The thoughts about hospitalization Insurance were brought Christmas Istoocom-
home to me this week. The field of Insurance in general. . mercial for you and you wantto to elect me to Ac State :
the sim-
auto, life, hospitalization and others should be included in this, recapture beauty,
but we'll stick to one for now. The cost of hospitalization has plicity and Inspiration of ""P: 9 that tn .
Christmas will want to attend JteqUlatiue. hope
you -
gone up like crazy, and I can see the need for this in equip ,
this beautiful
ment, salaries and the things necessary first-class medical interpretation. -
attention to patients. But even with the rising cost of insurance It will lend the true mean- n lewtie U tk J.etUW"t'
Ing of Christmas again and mq
to supposedly cover these costs, a poor working man 1
needs two or three policies in order to pay these costs. The bring meaning into all our
lives at this most beautiful of '
cheapest hospital room in between 28 and 55 dollars a day, this will fatty/ tie confidence
includes car, of course -- but one policyonly covers 15 to 28 seasons, birthday. ti

dollars a day, and believe me you are lucky to get over 18 a Some
day on yours. This leaves you paying difference each day.Take anything that is Christmas:: JgLl .you Uvi ikoM U me.
a long look at your coverage and see what it would cost but when you'see"TheSingingChristmas : __
you to be ill for a week.. God forbid. If we did not have two ,
Tree" you will get
(one on my Job and one on Mayme's) we would be in troublel! the warm, glowing spirit of ,oe Re4a4uYou
But they cost 125 to 175 yearly and we've both been plying Christmas. Through traditional I :
them for 4 and 10 years.We need to have our Insurance Com- I
music, beautifully arranged -
mission to check the costs and/or benefits policies for our
citizens. which through the
years has embellished Christmas -

DEPARTMENT and through the interpretations -' don't have to go to Canada anymore to get this legendary
QUICK NOTE : You will forgive the short- of th e dance groups,
ness of this column I hope for have been at the hospital whenI you will go back in time to the Canadian whisky. )

would ordinarily have been out getting the happenings for you. first Christmas But before you go out and buy it, there are two things you really
Frank Rivers had a hole-in-one on the2th hole at LeJeune should know.First' .
Golf Course last week. He used a four iron on the 170 yard Tchaikowskys "Nutcracker -
shot . Ernest Hayes is home after his stay at Christian Suite" has never been more Crown Royal costs you more than other whiskies. Second, it

Hospital, but his Doctor, (Dr. William A. Patterson, Jr.) is delightfully interpreted than tastes better than other whiskies.

now there. We wish Dr. P a speedy recovery . Unemployed by the Ballet Concerto Company You spend a little. But you live a little.
persons are being trained at the CEP office on 62nd Street(old of Miami.You will be awed -
Food Fair store). We need people to learn to be neighborhood and inspired by the beauty of
workers but you must be men and women 44 years of age or the interpretative dancing of
older. It is called Operation Mainstream, and you get paid the Orchesis ModernDanceClub
$1.60 an hour while you learn. It is a one-year training pro- from Mfaml-DadeJunior

gram with a guarantee of a Job after the program is over., College North Campus,as they
The course is eight hours a day and you do not need a high present the age-old story of 1 a aS

school diploma to enter. You may register Monday the center the child's birth. '
on 62nd Street...Orange Blossom Classic Time. Hot dogl! A 1 $
I will be looking for you and all of your classic visitors at the
LaFin Club at the rear of the VIP Club on 36th Street at Le Newly Opened

Jeune Road beginning Friday, December 6.Ihope to open witha Pius Farm
swinging trio with vocals by Jeff Addams and Yanka Mann. v,,
No admission, no cover, Just a two drink minimum. If rm Market

lucky and the place becomes a swinging place we might be able 6621 NVV
to bring such name entertainers as Carmen McRay, Joe Williams -
Phyllis Branch, etc. It Is a small intimate room where 7th Ave.

you can bring,your friends and enjoy yourself. Chicken 29* !lb.

Sdye and Willie Temple home to Alabama for the holidays Fresh

. Dade Gas Company has a new wall hanging stove on the Neck Bones 25i lb. rk
market which will heat a regular sized house comfortably, and Country Sausage
the outside stays cold and you don't have to worry about the (Red Hot)

children getting burned or turning it on. That is it for this Cold Beer & Wine .
week. Till the next one LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTEOF
Never out of
Collard I Greens

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The Band will provide the music,the cheers will be led by
# the Cheerleaders and the team will bring home the Thanksgiving .

THE PSYCHEDELIC BAG dinner. Tomorrow at three the Bulls will battle with the
: Privates? Time will tell) in the
(or ,
Jackson Generals most
Stepenwolt rallied at the Image this past weekend, playing
for the hundreds of kids there, all that they wanted to hear. A a anxiously awaited game of their season. Last year the Gen-
lot of soul sisters and brothers were there enjoying the show erals were stampeded by "Bull Power," in the first game

with the usual crowd. On the scene were Eva Robinson, Miami i1p# ever played between the two teams.
Edison graduate, and Barbara Turner Mia mi Jackson grad who Don't miss the original marching 100 in Miami Jackson's
walked heraccordlanpleated elephant legs onasafari that will < Thanksgiving Parade. The great 100 will be led by drum ma-

long since be remembered by those who saw. ... xX Jors, Frank Grant and Michael Howard.
Also working at the Image every Friday night is Sir John ... : Friday the boys met with exchampion, Archie Moore Mr.
Henry. He will have a new release out this week on Lonnie "/, Moore discussed, among other things, the intelligence of the
,<<.I'::,.,t: ,J \ the men to stay in school. Richard
Records called "Live Everyday For Your Love." ,;. :" Negro male urged young
The Sunday night blast which shook the walls and roof of Mi- ": Davis, Gregory Liptrot and Raymond Boswell were rewarded -

ami Beach Convention Hall was set off by the Jimi Hendrix ... ,, by the champ for their.participation. in a demonstration he
Experience Jim entered the hall in his Cadillac limousine. ",aa'Y" fJ,"
Yes, you read right; when he got out of the "hog" he stepped fl Student Council staged a mass cleanup of the campus
onto the stage.It was too much to Imagine, but so is everything -' "- ' ; last Thursday. The campaign was a success and worthwhile.
about the Jirai Hendrix Experience The majority of his music E ':'., .jjJ Open practice session of the Wrestling team was held Mon-

was taken from his latest album release"Electric Lady land." day night. Wrestling coach, Mr. Almeida is hoping for a good

However he did not fall to console those like myself who wantedto , year. The team awaits their first match against Carol City on
hear the ones that helped to make him what he is today. Dec. 4.The .
Some of these are Foxie Lady, Purple Hazeand Fire. Jimi did Bulls motored to Key West Friday to meet the Key West
his own thing from sending the spectaters to the floor while Conchs. The game was tied 9 9.All the scoring was done in
playing his guitar along the pole of the microphone to bringing Soul StiUt 01 f tItt Wed the first half when the Bulls scored a safety. Then a touch-

them to a standing ovation while he picked a five minute solo down from quarterback James Wanza's pass to, Eddie Brown.

with his teeth. He was bad, bad, bad. Norma J. Lawrence, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Frank The leading rusher was Oliver Nicholson.
Some of the kids at the show were Lorraine Williams, Na- Johnson of 1186 NW 38th Street, is presently fresh- The band was commended for their excellent performances

thaniel MannIng,VernDllHamllton, Lofton Moncur,Gary Range, man at Miami Dade Junior College. Majoring in Secre- Friday night at half time and pre-game.They performed such
Diane Dyes, Ralph Murray, Nat Vaughns, Barry Hunter,Steph tarial Science, she hopes to be an executive secretaryupon numbers as "Impossible Dream," Mission Impossible" and
Frederick, Wesley Wade, Dwain Vaughns, Michael Robertson, graduation. Her hobbies are playing piano and typ- "Soul Limbo."
Mike porter, Curt Cratz and Clara Warner, ing. If you missed the last one, you won't miss this one so come
* * * * * * * to the Thanksgiving dance sponsored by the Student Council.

AT THE SPORTS SCENE: 'S ::3La. Stroll on by and make your day complete,Thursday night in the
There is but one game talked about today, and that is the T .- gym. The price is 35? sneakers only.
Turkey-Day classic between the Miami Northwestern Bulls and

the Miami Jackson Generals. What is there to say about it * * * * * * * * * * * * *L * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
that has not already been said in arguments between friends
and neighbors. # ,i,
Besides the battle on the football field,one can expect to wit-
ness the two arch rivals shouting to the top of their lungs to .
!! ,. "
see who has the most spirit.Also,the battle of the entire year, 't," .IiJIItIr ; TH : v 71..,"..,.,."t''..'", '
the battle of the bands. In arms will be the wits and knowhowof ,. t, "',J-,
Muskie against the soul and experience of the "Globe."
Spectators can count on a halftime show that will even edgea j ,
hit against the one planned for December 7. This colorful
event in Itself will be worth your money.
The excitement of the Blue and Gold clash with the Green and fii,
Gold draws near. (Got your bets on?)
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"Skinner D" Daniels threw a surprise birthday party w. '",:'
for his sister, Yvonne Taylor, Northwestern senior and cheer- "
leader co-captain. Some on the scene were Beverly Roker, i t; "

Jefferson Reaves, Euphenia Cambridge, Smokey, Rosalyn 1?:
Holmes, James Robinson, Lois Gibbs, Jestina Days, Larry M ,
Gardner, Cliff Edwards, Dana Moss and William DuHart. >!\t',:,' :' .

Althea Hepburn, Northwestern senior, threw a surprise ..
birthday party for her beau, Charles Daniels, this past week- . ..
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1. I Heard It Through The Grapevine Marvin Gaye major/ from Tallahassee, will serve 'in "Miss FAMU's" Chattahoochee, will serve in "Miss FAMU's" court
2. For Once In My Life Stevie Wonder court during the Tampa and Orange Blossom Classics. during the Tampa and Orange Blossom Classics. The
3. Who's Making Love Johnnie Taylor The Florida A&M University Rattlers will meet the Tex. Florida/ A&M
University Rattlers will the Texas
4. Bring It on Home To MEa Eddie Floyd os Southern Tigers from Houston in the Tampa Stadium Southern meet
Tigers from Stadium
5. He Calls Me Baby Ella Washington Saturday night, November 30, and will play host to the Houston in the Tampa
Alcorn Saturday night, November 30, and play host to the Acorn /!
6. Too Weak To Fight Clarence College Braves from Lorman, Miss. in Miami's and
7. Rocking In the Same Old Boat Orange Bowl Stadium Saturday night December College Braves from Lorman, Miss. in Miami's
7. Orange Bowl Stadium 7.p.m. .
8. Cloud Nine The Temptations Saturday night' December

9. I Don't Know Linda Lyndell * * * * * * * * * * * *
10. This Is My Country The Impressions * * * * * * * * * * * * *

11. Always Together The Dells
12. Pickin Mountain Berries-Jo Benson& Peggy Scott Mr.
Teenage Dade
13. Goodbye My Love James Brown County. Contest <
14. My Song Aretha Franklin .
15. A Man and A Half Wilson Picket Entry forms for the Mr. age Dade County Contest Dade ; .
16. Little Green Apples 0. C. Smith Teenage Dade County Contest County park and Recreation, at the Coral Gables Youth the Coral Gables Youth Cen-
17. Love Child Diana Ross & The Supremes are available at any Dade Department, 50 SW 32nd Road Center,400 Anastasia Ave. at ter and Recreation Department -
18.3 O'clock Blues B. B. King County Recreation Center or Miami, Fla. 33129. R 0 a d. Contestants and the MetropolitanDade
19. Love Will Rain YouArchie Bell and the Drells from your physical education The first annual Mr. Teen- and compete in weight lifting County Park and Recreation -
Sam Baker teacher. Forms also be physique Trophies will Department. For further
20. Sugar Man may age Dade County Contest will be awarded to the
winners. Information call Mr.Dave
obtained writing: Mr.Teen- be held Sunday, Dec. 8, at 2 This contest is sponsoredby. Countin at 3713531weekdayS.



MIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 29. 1968 11

Ford Foundation MarinesLocal launch Toys- For Tots' Campaigncal I

Marine reservistswill community effort of serve units are spearheadingtoy for Tots" barrels at: Mc
launch their annual"Toys Marine rservists In that West drives in over 200 cities in Donald's Drive-In Restaurants -
$1 Million for Tots" campaign on Nov. Coast City. As years passed, 45 of the 50 states. Over five Northside Shopping

25, Lieutenant Colonel J.. H. other Marine Reserve Units million toys are collected an- C e n t e r, the Hollywood Mall,
Carothers,. Jr., inspector-in 'started "Toys for Tots"campaigns .. ,nually.Lt. R %Barn Restaurants and
to Urban Leaaue structor of the 4th Air Naval in' their hometownareas Colonel Carothers asks Harold's CITGO Service Station
Gunfire Liaison Company announced. _ until today Marine Re- that toys be left in the "Toys at 84th St. and 27th Ave.
V - II The toy drive will -_.-
The National Urban Leaguehas "In simplest terms," Mr. conclude on Dec. 20. .-

received a grant of one Tucker said, "our purpose is "This will be the 16th conducted -
million fifty thousand dollars to find out what people In the in the Mlamlarea," Lt.
from the Ford Foundation to i I ghetto want and then assist Colonel Carothers said, "andif
escalate the League's drive to them to organize to get it." the coming campaign is as
develop economic, politicaland successful as those in past
The special projects will,
social programs among years, we expect to make lot
the black masses In the na- among other things, include of children happy this Christmas -
tion's ghettos.The plans to help Negroes own and ."
grant, which has been In operate their own businessesand
the negotiation stage for sev- to obtain franchises from Joining the 4th Air Naval

eral months,was announced by chain stores. Some programswill Gunfire Liaison Company in
be directed toward establishing this year's "Toys for Tots"
Whitney M.Young,Jr., League
executive director, at the or- credit and consumer campaign are: McDonald's
ganization's Twelfth Annual unions. Drive-In Restaurants, North-
Equal Opportunity Day dinnerat Others will be directed toward side Shopping Center,the Hol-
th e New York Hilton Hotel. encouraging participation lywood Mall, Red Barn Res-
The civil rights leader hail- in the po lit Ica 1 process taurants and Harold's CITGO

ed the Ford gift as "a major and the school systems. Still Service Station.
contribution to stepped-up other programs will seek to
A year ago Marines workingwith
campaign of mobilizing the organize networks of block associations -
local business and civic ,,T
people of the ghetto to set tan and neighbor- groups collected 12,000 ne wand -
gible and realistic goals to hood organizations.
used toys which were turn- -
speak for themselves and to In his announcement tonight ed over to Child Opportunity j
constructively represent Mr. Young mentionedthat Center, Coconut Grove Neighborhood -
themselves In a way no one $60,000 of the Ford grant Center, Parkway A collection of Haitian popular paintings, maps and handicrafts were

else can." would enable the National Ur- Children's Center and selected presented to Dr. Royal W. Puryear, president of Florida Memorial College,
He said "The great andan- ban to establish affiliation -
: League an churches of all faiths and
gry cry of the ghetto dweller with Youth Organizations denominations. for the College's permanent collection. The works were a gift of Dr. CharlesA.

today is for a piece of the action United, a Washington- Gould, second from left, of the history and political science faculty of

for a voice In decisionsthat based association of street While Miami-Dade Junior College, South Campus. Holding, with Dr. Puryear, a 1782
affect his life and the lives gang and youth organizations.This to Miami"Toys only 15 Tots'came French map of Haiti, is Dr. Peter Masiko, Jr., president of Mlaml-Dade. At

of his children." is the first time a major ago as an annual Christmas years left Is Dr. John Forbes, vice president of M-DJC's South Campus. The paintings
Speaking for the Ford Foun- civil
dation, ehllSviridoff,vice affiliation rights agencyhasformedan with this type of campaign, the toy drive began seen in the background, were on display for a few days In the Trammell I
in 1947 in Los Angeles as a lo- Learning Resources Center at the South Campus..
president for National Affairs, youth organization to workout .
declared: constructive programs.

"So great and diverse are Another major announce-
needs in the national ,'P
struggleto rb
ment made by Mr. Young, at
provide equal opportunity the dinner, was a pledge of
for the nation's racial mi-
$100,000 from the Links,a national ti:
norities that a spectrum of efforts -
women's civic organi-
and must
organizations zation and a member of the National -
share the task.One of the most
Urban League Board of
skilled and effective of these is
this people working
Trustees, is heading fund-
the National Urban League. raising drive. The money will
"Needs and priorities have be used to continue and expanda
shifted since the Ford Founda- r .
training programfor
tion made its first grant of U ,
black college students. -
general support to the Leaguetwo
years ago. Since then we
have supported a variety of organizations I
In the fields of w '

civil rights and equal opportunities -

"Through its new policy the

League is nowseekingtoapplyits ..
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closer to the heart of today's i ,
ghetto problems and we are Y'er S j; l ,M !

glad to join with the Rocke- w :
feller Foundation and others in 4 e

giving it a start." ', ,
The Ford grant will be used
to finance special projects in
about 25 cities further the

League's plan of building
ghetto power. A detailed announcement r
will be made on
these In a few days.

Mr. Young also reported to ,

the 2,000 guests attending to- .4', r' wnr '
night's dinner that the Rocke- MODEL 11P50A WITH B i 'VI ,t
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"generous contribution" : :
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$300,000 to further the ghetto EARPHONE N r
power programs. A public an-
nouncement was recently $5.00

made of this grant. $*.
The League is seeking more
than two millon dollars to finance DOWNCall
the first year of these
programs across the country. r

A National Urban League '
Field'Services Office, headedby 751-5629 W ,

Sterling Tucker, executive
director of the Washington Ur- NO CREDIT r

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__ THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 29, 1968 13 ;

I I Ray Delay Angers Memphis; Militants Threatens To Burn {f fI j

I I By ALFRED DUCKETT, Associated Negro Press being said on all sides, that Memphis will burn and that the derer as he escaped from the scene of the crime. I
burning will be initiated by black militants, committed to the Highlighting his own commitment to non-violence,Rev. Lawson -
I NEW YORK CITY.- I h a v e just left Memphis where, on theory that the tongues of flames speak the only language that announced in Memphis,several days before the trial post-
Tuesday, the trial of James Earl Ray,accused assassin of Dr. "Whitey" understands. ponement, that weekly downtown marches and a boycott of center
Martin Luther King, Jr., was to have begun. As the world I talked with militant types the young men who are willing city stores by blacks would be suspended. These demonstrations
knows, the trial was postponed to March 3rd after Ray, In an to put it on the lines to disrupt the community and upset the had been held In support of striking hospital em-
eleventh hour, dramatic shift, fired his Birmingham attorney, power structure. I talked with the"average citizen" types who ployees who want Improved conditions and better pay. Rev.
Arthur J. Haynes,Sr.and hired a physical and legal giant from would never participate in aggressive violence. These of the Lawson and Dr. H. Ralph Jackson, leaders of the movement,
Texas, Percy Foreman whose bold,unorthodox style has earn- latter class who were not resigned and fearful,were anything described the suspension as "a gesture of good will':which
ed him wealth and fame. Mr. Foremanhasa formidable track but disapproving.A hopefully, would help the city go through "calm and sane'
record In snatching accused murderers from electric chairs domestic said; "We been watching this thing ever since period during the expected Ray Demonstrations
and other death penalties. Dr. King got killed. And you better believe it, there's gonnabe resumed February 12th, the anniversary of the sanitation
,Mr. Foreman and the trial delay have been the talk of the trouble. I know some folks that are ready to burn this town strike, if certain conditions were not met,the leaders warned.
town, particularly the black part of town, ever since Tuesday. down." Among the grievances which concern the black community
I hung around and I literally mean hung around the black A cab driver agreed. in Memphis are the following:
community, visiting the bars and the barber shops and the "The bomb isalreadyhereandit'stickingand now it's ready Alleged racism In hiring by the Memphis Light, Gas and
poolrooms for counterpoint with the conversations I had been to go off. The white man's gonna regret the day Dr. King got Water Division.
having with the usual spokesman -- the black leaders, the killed. 'Cause this town is lousy and since It look like it ain't Inferior education facilities In black communities.
black bourgeoise, black ministers and social workers.I wanted gonna straighten out, there ain't gonna be no Memphis." An "unjust" garbage tax.
to determine the grass roots ghetto reactions.Of the dozens of A youth gang leaders said; "Them white folks got togetherand Failure of existing machinery to adequately provide for
persons I talked with and (more Important)listened to, I foundno they all scheming together. Haynes.l1Ik1ngbelieve he and solution of Just grieviance of black people concerning the role
one who believes that James Earl Ray planned and executed Ray fell out. But this is the way they planned it and there's of the police.
the murder of Dr. Martin Kingsingle-handedlYi;no one who some heavy bread (money) involved. Well, okay, baby, we got !* Failure of adequate local and matching federal funds to
believed that, without help,he bad been able to escape and lead our black plans too.All we waiting for Is for them saints to get wage war against poverty.In .
local, state, federal and International authorities a 69 day out of town. We wouldn't want"them to get mussed up in it. the part, Rev.Lawson has been on the top of the list of key
search which costtheFBl$1,400,000andendedin London June The "saints" referred to were 10,000 delegates tothe 61st leaders able to negotiate with the young and the black and the
8. I found no one who believed the firing of Haynes was any- Annual Convocation of the Church of God in Christ which were angry in Memphis Dr. King said the Memphis minister is
thing but a piece of clever trickery to gain more time for the being held In Memphis. more committed to nonviolence as a way of life than any other
accused. Some people believe that, despite the elaborate pre- Should violence erupt in Memphis, frustration over the trial' human he knew. Whether he will be able to continue in the role
cautions taken by local authorities to protect the prisoner, will be only the immediate cause. There is deep cleavage between of peacemaker depends on unpredictables Asa grlzzed
that he will be killed before he can be brought to Justice. Thereis black and white communities a cleavage made more old waiter told me;
virtually unanimous agreement that a fantastic amount of crucial by the King assassination, the lengthy search and now "Brother, ever since they murdered Dr. King, the white
money Is involved behind the scenes, probably provided by the developments which black people see as tactics to eventually folks been scared and the black folks been made."
wealthy conspirators who wanted to silence the eloquence and free Ray. Such a combination of emotions does not' .make- for a whole-
dynamism of Dr. King. The Rev. James Lawson, who gained international fame in some atmosphere -. ?
On the surface, Memphis blacks do not appear deeply con- the black revolution's college student sit-in period when he '
cerned about the murder trial. Despite the fact that 48 spec- was expelled from Vanderbilt University Divinity School, is
tator seats had been provided In the small courtroom, very pastor of theCentenary United Methodist Church In Memphis Retail Business Seek
few whites and only one black spectator came to watch the pro- and a respected activist leader. It was Rev. Lawson, much I
ceedings. The black visitor was seventeen-year-old, Alfred admired by Dr. King,who invited the late civil rights leader to MinoritiesNEW
Guinn, a high school senior who cut classes in order to be at come to Memphis to help the sanitation workers.Rev. Lawson
the hearing. Authorities, who had expected enormous crowdsto headed the Memphis Garbage Collector's Strike. In a recent
seek to get seats, were surprised. However, if this led t press conference of black Methodists, held in St. Louis, Rev. YORK.-Two million reported. "The foreseeable
the conclusion that black Mempbians were disinterested, nothing Lawson confirmed that it is the general belief of blacks that more employees In the retail future for retailing has never
could be further from the truth. In tact, on every level Ray will never go to trial.He added that most black people believe business will be needed in the been brighter and can only be
of black opinion although I found one or two leaders who denied Ray did not act alone and that it had never been explained next five years, according toa limited by its inability to se-
it there is a conviction that the postponement has trig- to their satisfaction why "false reports" were given to leading personnel director, cure and develop adequate
gered potential violence In the streets. To put it bluntly, it Is Memphis police.throwing them off the trial of the alleeed mur- who suggested that efforts be manpower."
.. made to recruit these em-
Mr. Lord said that the ma-
ployees from Negro, Puerto jority of the jobs that will become
Jack Noel : flies 6,000 miles a week on businessJack Rican and other minorities. available In retailing during -
William T.Lord,of the FW. the next five
it is Y a first.officer, co-pilot with American Airlines Flying is hid butinet, *, rl' ; Woolworth Company,' told a menial jobs. years are
II And It's no coincidence that Coca-Cola always near. In flight from east coastto meeting of retailers at the Institute "Most requirements will

west at least twice a week. Or at home where he often relaxes with Coke. of Retail Managementat be in> the dynamic areas of
''' You see no matter where he Is Jack knows he can count on Coca-Cola... 'I. New York University, thatit sales, leadership,supervisionand
is most essential to developa management," he reported. -

Coke has the taste you never get tired of. especially program for of retailers communication study- .
y.......... ,
ing growth patterns to meet future "Retailing has and will con-
"na+ t.U' + "t0.r' 011 r.f,r.+M ..r. O MnI r 0.1.Iw.U Et nI r.[ t.r+ Ent1 E..r+M1 ,,,,, ..
n4 needs of
<$: Industry. tinue to meet its vital needsIn
nroti -J.
b+' in ts M9dr" "Merely being an equal opportunity using the vast reservoir of
# S< y6r t: employer does not the disadvantaged.Technologyand
and will not suffice Lord
.. Mr. technological advances
1' N I said. "We must assume real have created refinement In all
leadership in this directionand
<> P Industry and retailing is very
by our own aggressiveness much involved in this field of
help to solve our own competition for workers."
problems ; as well as the grow- Mr. Lord said the Wool-
ing problems of the urbancrisis. worth company seeks minority

k71AO ." group applicants for all entry
The success stories of the level job categories, with particular -
disadvantaged, when given the emphasis on sales positions
'0 i opportunity, he added, are and executive manage-
"just short of phenomenal" ment trainees.
\ The growth of production, "I n the New York metro-
i the growth of population politan area,"he said,"38 per
S the growth of the work force cent of those participating
\ \ will produce ,a constantly in- In the company's executive

: \ : creasing demand for more, management training program
i consumer goods and more distribution -'" are from minority groups.
outlets," Mr. Lord Most of them are Negroes."
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Gov. Kirk Heads

I 9 pg: Classic CommitteeTALLAHASSEE

St. r ,h ,
did -- Florida's i: oly, Dr. William P. Foster,
il. rr' ;'y.r ,, Governor Claude R. Kirk, Jr. coach A.S. Gaither, Eddie
9 has accepted the honorary Jackson, A.L. Kidd, Johnnie
I 3Yi>S B.cKi chairmanship of the Orange, Latimer, Reginald N. Niles,
Blossom Classic and Festival I l Frank C. Olds, H. R. Part-
Committee, according to an I ridge and Dr. C.U. Smith.
announcement by Dr. Benjamin OBC committee members
i L. Perry Jr. presidentof [. from Miami are: William
Florida A & M Universityand Baggs, William Brazzil, The
'4 : chairman of the 'O DC Honorable Steve Clark, Sam-

committee.The uel Cohen, John Crittenden,
) $ c1 36th annual Orange i David Curry, Dr. Ir a. P.
Blossom Classic will match i Da vis* Edwin De mer Ute,
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; the Florida AIM Rattlers and I David H. Dobbs, Jack Kasse-
the Alcorn A&M Braves. The i witz, Arthur Laskey, Willis
OS game will be played in Miami'sspacious Murray, Bernard E. Neary,
Orange Bowl i Charles C.North, Edwin Pope,
: i Stadium, Saturday, December Mrs. Athalie Range, Lew
7, at 8 o'clock p.m. Price, Garth Reeves, William
In additional to Dr. Perry Rolle, Don Shoemaker,
other OBC committee members , William J. Stirrup, Robert
from FAMU are: DavidC. I straw, Robert G. Venn, and
tottied under the authority of Coca-Cola Company by the people in your town who bring you Coca-Cola Colllngton, George W.Con- James Wanza.L .

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11& I ijJ1fiI! _n

- War On Poverty Public Affairs Py / f, t


Officers Named A

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Each or me nine areas now Edison-Little River area. An
served by the EOPI will now -w employee of EOPI since 1966,
have Its own Public Affairs she has four children rangingin

representative, It was an- age from 14 to 27.
nounced recently. Mr. Paul A mother of four children,
Wyche, Jr., director of the Mrs. Marcie Draluckhas been
EOPFs Public Affairs Department public affairs officer in South
said that each of the nine Miami. Mrs. Draluckhas been
area directors has appointeda with EOPI since August.She is
member of the neighborhoodstaff a neighborhood worker at I, .r
to serve as Public Affairs South Miami Neighborhood
Officer. Center.
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Mt'I 9 E I Mrs. Willie Mae Johnson, a Elena Amado, R.N., who cited
/ w # graduate of the nurses' aid Mrs. Johnson for her devotionand

... training program at the Avia- service "beyond the call
TrainiQgCenterofthe'Manpower 'of duty." Miss Vega Perkins
tion ,
Development Program director of nursing,said it had
planning for regular radio and Liberty City's Inter-Group. in Miamihasbeennamed been difficult choosing mem-
television broadcasts for the Relations Specialist, Mr. Ray rP the first "Employee of the ber of her staff or the award,
EOPI. Cole, 30, has been appointed month" at the Victoria Hospital as she felt that all the nurses
Mrs. Genesta Sweeting, public affairs officer for that t and aids at Victoria devoted
education counselor in Opa- '" themselves to "that
. .. :< going ex-
Y A locka, will represent thai < W Mrs. Johnson, 271 W.loth tra mile."
area. She has been with the A Street, was presented with a Born Georgia, Mrs.Johnson -
.' EOPI since 1966. Mrs.Sweet certificate of Merit and a cash resided most of her life in
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t: ing Is married and has six award after numerous't letters?'Philadelphia until she and her

;,.'.";. "' at North Dade Junior High CYNTHIA CLAYTONThe management from former moved to Miami four years
MRS. GENESTA SWEETINGThe School, three are college students patients,expressing appreciation ago. She entered the Man-
and the two youngest Culmer activities will for the care afforded them power Development Programas
Public Affairs Officer be reported by their new at Victoria and mentioning soon as her children,
will report news and special Public Affairs Officer, Cora nursing aid in particular for Julius, 12, and Linda, 8, were
events In their areas for publication IJ, Miranda. She has been a her kindness and attention.The in school, and started her new
In local newspapers 5 neighborhood worker at Cul- presentation was made career immediately upon
and EOPI newsletters. They mer for almost two years. by .the floor supervisor, Mrs. graduation.

:-...... Mr. Wyche also announcedthe
P appointment of Mrs. Kay

Flynn as assistant director of ACTION T.V. Sales & Service

............. public affairs. Mrs. Flynn was
4 assistant director in the

r area Mr. Cole, of 4557 NW OF YOUR T. V. PROBLEMSWE
14th Avenue, has been with the REPAIR ALL MAKES -
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 29, 1968


J Top AwardsContinued Auxiliary SUCCESS Board No. 2 of Highlighting the observanceof UMYTIME"

Greater Bethel AME, wish to American Education weekat
from page 1 porter to fully cover the storyof thank members and friends for Nathan Young Elementarywere

. the cockpit of a jet airliner. the disturbance in the Ne- their attendance and coopera- the following events: a

Channel Four newsman gro ghetto area of Miami -- tion in helping to make their Mrs. Josephine D. Mackey,
Bobby Reid placed second in from the initial meeting to the Harvest SID a success. Many our principal, addressed the
the competition for his cover ensuing disorder. j thanks to Mrs. Artie Richardson faculty and student body over By PHIL DIXON

age of the civil disorders in Newsman Dick Kassan won for her beautiful home and the public address system on
Liberty City last summer. the third and remaining/ ward lovely lawn. Also thanks to the theme: Aspiring to quality
Reid interrupted his study at in the newsfilm competitionfor Mrs. Lydia Richardson, Mrs. teaching. To climax Tuesday'sactivities
in week P11 announce the winners and
The ballots are Next ,
Columbia University and returned his Louise Shorter Luvenia
filming of the epic Mrs. were a cultural
pro- to all of the fellows together for a photo. There mightbe
try get
to Miami to cover the search for Hugo Vihlen. Kas- Knox, Mrs. Irene Ellison, gram and open house.
a few surprises; but I think the team will be any coach's
National Conven- Miss
Republican san's cameras were the only CossondionCallowayand
tion for WTVJ. However, be ones on the scene whenHugo'swife friends Mrs. Laura Wilson, Mr. Frank Cannon, Execu- team.
As of time the District 8AA championship has not
never stepped inside the con- saw her husband for the Mr. Chas. Knowles, Mr. Leh- tive Director of MetropolitanDade press ,
been decided. Jackson and Gables are both waiting to see what
vention hall. Instead, he was first time since he left Africain man Beneby, Mrs. Orleln County Equal Oppor-
their past opponents are doing. perhaps someone can devise a
the only local television re- his six foot boat. Jones, Mrs. Iris Moore, Miss tunity Commission, addressed -
better system to determine winners in the districts.The pres-
Jean Solomon, Mrs. Blanche himself to the theme Pro-
: ent one smells. If you can come up with one, send it to me and
Dean. viding Equal Opportunity. Mr. Til that it to the people.
see gets
I 99 Year Old Resident Dies The Laymen of Greater Cannon's address was dy- Jake Gaither, made a choice proper of AlcornA&Mfor the Classic
Bethel AME, Mrs. Ella Jones namic and informative
interesting -
this year; and rye heard all kind of comments. Jake, made his
Lucia Webb Edden, 99, ration and compassion for president will sponsor a tripto He also responded to decision on the basis of tradition. Through the years he has
oldest of the five children of people. A sincere Christian, Key West, Sunday, Decem- questions posed by a panel of brought the top Negro school to the Classic. He will retain
Ebb was she was devoted to her church. ber 29, the bus leaves 245 NW and
Eddie and Emma boys girls.
tradition; but I think he will be hurting at the box office. True,
14 1869 in Nassau We will never forget 8th St., at 6:30.EARLINGTON.
born Nov. you, Alcorn has beaten some of the powers in Negro football this
Bahamas. Other children were "Mama Lucia" you were Mrs. Freeman
HEIGHTS year; but which is better, money or tradition?
Caroline, Eva, Reggie, and beautiful spiritually as wellas Federal Credit Union repre- From the College All-Americans selected so far tis year,
American Education Week
David. She was truly "God's physicallyalways search- sentative, spoke on the theme: rye missed two names that I think should have been Included.
observed in
Gift" to her parents who gave Ing for the good and beautifulin was many ways at Promoting Economic Prosperity -
Gene Morris of West Texas State and Ron Sellers of Florida
her love, Christian training, others. As you lived- so you Earlington Heights Elemen- As a result of our ef- State. I know the selectors had a hard job; but I don't see how
helped her to develop inward pass on November 22, 1968 tary events School.that Among the major forts, we are proud to have those two missed. They both made the second team.

beauty, sincerity, unselfishness reaching for the beautiful students delighted parents, been responsible for over a My congrats to Vernon Wilder, who has been named head
and leadership.She flowers May you rest in the and teachers of ,was third of our student body having football coach at Carol City for next year. Vernon, replaces

received part of her peace. Mrs.presentation Willie Davis'fifthgrade a programby started a savings account. Fred Hyrne, who moves up as health coordinator of the Dade

academic training as well as County School System. Lots of luck Big Wilder.
SCIENCE class along with the Our sincere thanks to all
her professional training as a CHRISTIAN music intern The last week of high school football predictions bring a lot
Mr. Robert
dressmaker in Jamaica.She "For thus saith the Lord Hutchinson. participants, parents,visitorsand of mixed emotions. It seem only a couple of days ago, I started -
met and married Ers- that created the heavens God friends for helping us to to decide would
; In trying who be ready on a given day. I didn'tpick
keeping with the theme
kine Edden in KeyWest.. Four himself that formed the earth "America have a successful American them all; but I did have fun. Anyone for basketball?
has a Good Thing
children were born of this un- and made it;he hath established Going: Its Schools and Education Week. The Scoreboard: High schools 67-32 (.676); Colleges 31-16
ion Erskine, Jr., Vernon it, he created it not in vain, verse in pantomine, traced our (.659)); AFL 33-16 (.673)); NFL 52-28 (.650)). This week I see:
Rose (deceased), and Annette he formed it to be inhabited: I Mrs. Josephine D, Mackey,
and Saul who survive her. am the Lord; and there is none American Heritage from its' principal; Mrs. Cynthia Haw- HIGH SCHOOLS:
The Eddens moved to Miamiin infancy to the present time. kins, AEW Chairman; Mrs.
else.. Hialeah over Miami Springs Too much ThoroughbredsKillian
1913 where she became one These words of Isaiah are share We were priviledged to Hazel Matthews, reporter.JOBMOBILE over Coral park The Rams become Cougar meat
this presentation at
of the tow n's leading dress- part of the scriptural readingsin Brownsville Jr. High School Columbus over Curley The Explorers are too much for the
makers. Her grandchildrenJames the bible lessonsermontitled last Friday. Knights to handle

Theodore Holly, Jr. "God the Only Cause and Mr. John F. Drake, princi Central over Miami Beach The Rockets win the last one.
(deceased), Edna Mae Holly Creator" to be read in all pal. Coral Gables over Southwest No contest
Robinson; Gloria Edden Rob- Christian Science Churchesthis This is where the Jobmobile Jackson over Northwestern Poor, poor Bulls

erts, Vernon Edden Lindsay; Sunday. is: Palmetto over South Dade-A tossup; I'll go with the Panthers
and deceased Monday, Dec. 2, 7:30 a.m. North Miami Carol the Chiefs
Melba Love ( ). over City get over powered.
She is also survived by six TEMPLE BAPTIST to 4:30 p.m. West 23rd St. Edison over Miami High The Stings are glad the season is
great grandchildren Ray Rob- Beginning Sunday and con- C= between 5th and 6th Avenues, over. r$.

inson, n; Joseph, AnthonyandLucia tinuing through the winter,the Hialeah. .
Roberts; Chanel and, Training Union will begin at 5 ij Tuesday Dec. 3, 7:30 a.m. COLLEGES
6 to 4:30: p.m. SW 66th St. and Miami Florida The 'Canes finish
Kirkland Lindsay. In addition p.m. and evening service at over big
many nephews, nieces and 59 Place. Across from EOPI. Florida A&M over Texas Southern The Rattlers strich, and
other relatives. p.m.The choirs will sing jointlyon Wednesday, Dec. 4, through strike again.

"Mama Lucia" as she was Sunday and the Lord's Sup Friday, Dec. 6 NW 27th Ave. Florida State over Houston The Seminoles try for national
and 62nd St.
affectionately known, was a per will be administered dur- ranking
born leader filled with love, ing the morning and evening Good

understanding, selfless inspi services. Guys i-tft NOW SHOWING!!!
The Temple family extends Give _,_ -
Elsie Douglas and family in the

death of their sister and aunt, 1:05 & 10:25:
Mrs. E. Marshall.
The students, staff and patrons -
of Bunche Park Elemen- .
tary School are elated about F. S. E. S. REPORT: METRO GOLDWYN.MAYE-R pr entt, A':)PE( 1'R.LJM PRnOUt.THf.rarfl'I) '

the overwhelming success of Jobs Now Ii ,JIM BROWN ,DI' HANN'CARROtJOttEHABJJI' $'

American Education Week.We Training Open .
feel that it was one of the best
ever. If you have no experience but want to is an After planningand

Tuesday, Nov. 12 was Open opportunity to learn a trade. All you have to do Is apply executinga

House for parents. Dorothy for them at the Employment Service Office listed below half-million dollar robbery,
Miller in charge of devotion. McClain tried to hide ,:'
Wednesday, Mrs. Alese Gill (1) A Hialeah employer has a job opening for a cabinet- inEllie'sarms.Heknewthere 'N"f. .
spoke on the theme "Schools School wood shop background would would be J't.
maker trainee. ...,.-. a lot of lead and
Provide with a definite interest
Equal Opportunity. be helpful and someone <:
and a lot of dead C"
Mrs. Frances Lightsey was in working is desirable. The start&.' salary is$1.75 an hour ...when there was .r'.,' ,"

charge of devotion. for a five day, forty hour week. \ no split of the bread.PLUS .
Thursday was the day for ((2) A NW area employer has a job opening for a bicycle
honoring former teachers of repairman trainee. You must be mechanically inclined and
the school. During devotionover Interested in this type of work. The salary will start at

the public address sys- $85 for an 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.shift, Monday through Sat-

tem, Mrs.IIazelSanders, Mrs. urday.
Ruth Polite and Mrs. Frances ((3) A Miami employer has job openings for fiberglassmold Y .(
Cause were presented awardsof workers. Experience is not necessary but you must

honor for their many yearsof be a willing worker. It would be best if you have your own
working with our children. transportation since this job is beyond City bus routes.
Friday was children's day The starting salary is $1.80 an hour for a five day, forty

featuring a special assemblyto hour week. li
honor alumni and present
students of Bunche Park
Highlighting the program was Apply for all'these Jobs at the Industrial Office, Fla.
State Service 1350 N.W. 12th Avenue. Em-
Employment '"
the presentation to Mrs.Lam-
Service offices are Monday -
bert, of a framed telegramfrom ployment
Dr. Ralph Bunche. The through Friday. F

telegram came as a result of
Mrs. Press' fifth grade class

writing to him during United JOIN THE INCROWDat Sphts
Nations Week.Displays.
by parents of

needlecraft, flower arrange- BARThe

ments, paintings, bakery
goods and mod fashions were ( Players Choice) -'

exhibited throughout the week. and domestic wines.
Specializing in imported ,
On Friday the children were s".ted'"IIIuli' "' I
treated with the bakery goods. Free hors d'oeuvres from 6 to 9 !! t C I1P

Mrs. Dorothy Miller, EXTRA ADDED MOM
I American Education Week 500 NW 54th St. ATTRACTION Irv ee' : '/

i Chairman, Mrs. Sylvia S.
Lambert, principal.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 29, 1968 19

Round AboutTalk LEAP Places
Project 1,012 Minority

Group Apprentices
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It's tough to get a Job If you "While some of the freezeis minority group members, nationwide have LEAP programs; Akron,
CROSS COUNTRY REVIEW ...We left New York Thursday, don't have a union card, and off and placements repre- came to only 7.2 per Ohio; Atlanta, Georgia; Balti-
Nov. 7, about 5 p.m..We Turnpiked through New Jersey, Dela- it's rough.Jo get a'union card sent 'a' marked improvementover cent of the total. Figures for more, Maryland; Chicago,
ware and Maryland, 95 and 85 Routes through Virginia to Ra-. 'i(youre not white. ;Particularly the past, we still have a the first six months of 1968, Illinois; Colorado Springs,
leIgh, North Carolina (state capitol) where we took part In the in the constructiontrades. long way to go," Mr. Johnson however, show an Increase In Colorado; Columbus, Ohio;
homecoming of Shaw Unlvejsity.We arrived in Raleigh on Fri- But the National Urban said. apprenticeships for minority Dayton, Ohio; Denver, Colo-
day, Nov 8, where It was "party time."The campus was full League Is changing that picture "The Department of La group members to 9.4 percent. rado; Jacksonville, Florida;
of excitement .:building floats and preparing for the "big parade with an Apprenticeship bor's figures show that, In This is still substantially Flint, Michigan; Kansas City,
on Saturday. The parade was fabulous; Miss Homecoming Training program known as 1967, Negroes still constituted short of their proportional Missouri; Los Angeles, California -
,'Hazel Marie Sugg" with the pretty natural hair style and LEAP (Labor Education Ad- only 3.6 percent of the total representation In the popula- ; Miami, Florida; Mil-
"Miss Shaw University" lovely Carol Ann Weaver.The paradewas vancement Program). number of registered appren- tion, but it is an Importantstride waukee, Wisconsin; New or-
real "black power" on the move.' Then came the big foot- Figures Just released by the ticeships in the U.S. Even when forward and we are leans, Louisiana; Omaha, Nebraska -
ball game between "Shaw University Bears"and the Virginia U. S. Department of Labor you add the members of other hopeful that the NUL's LEAP ; Portland, Oregon;
Union University Panthers" which was a great contest. Shaw show that the number of Ne- minority groups Spanish- program will result in further Pheonix, Arizona; St. Louis,
Bears held the Virginia Panthers down with a 12-7 lead until groes participating in federalor speaking Americans, Indians dramatic improvement In the Missouri; St.Paul, Minnesota;
the last 90 seconds when the Virginia Panthers scored, beat- state registered appren- and A mer icans of Oriental apprenticeship picture." Tampa, Florida and Tulsa,
ing the Bears, 13-12. A great game. Shaw's two main men ticeship programs has almost parentage the percentage of The following are cities that Oklahoma.
coaches, Line Coach Horace Small and Head Coach, Dennis doubled since the beginning of
Jefferson (both former Florida A&M Univ. all stars) watchedthe 1967, with 1072 new minority
Bears with pride, but the hurt was in their last minute de group apprentices placed nationwide -
feat. Yvonne Bethel (Scoop's own) is a student at Shaw University in the first six monthsof The Mini-Brute, presentsthe
We left Raleigh NC Sunday morning, Nov. 10, headedfor this year. The National Urban -
Miami. A short stop in Tampa so that Linda Price could League's LEAP programwas short payment book.
say hello to her folks, (she was in our road crew) a speed tic- responsible for the place-
ket on the Sunshine Turnpike(85ln( 70 mUes p.h. zone) in Okee- ment of more than half of the I
chobee... we arrived- In Miami Nov. 11. at 8 a.m. total. s
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PATRICIA LAVENDER TEEN OF THE WEEK . Patty action Is. It Isn't enough to Just
lives at 3178 NW 42nd Street, Miami, she's the niece of the say the door Is open and expect 1 door Sedan
popular Betty Lavender Jackson of Trenton. pat likes "rock young people to walk In. 249 Down $49" Per Mo. for 36 MonthsBuick's
and roll" music and dances such as the "Latin and the Four Too many years of rejectionhas
Corners." Favorite singers "The Four Tops"-"Yesterdays created a suspicion of the new Opel Kadett 2-dr. Sedan.

Dream." Her ambition Is to be a school teacher. Hobby is white man's sincerity. Suc- TEST DRIVE ONE TODAY AT-
making clothes and modeling, plus boy watching. cessful recruitment requires
",.._."",, aggressive and Intensive recruiting -
t a reaching for these Sheehan
kids with warmth and under- BUICKENTIRE
t' standing. It also requires tutoring -
programs before place-
ment as well as follow-up after 2300 BLOCK S.W.8th STREET HI 4-1661

placement." Open Mon.,Wed.. FrU 'til 9 PM and Tues.,Thurs., Sat..'til S-PM

According to the Labor De

partment's figures! the..num-
ber of Negroes entering apprenticeships i ffiRuhiII1I1I HMuhIIH1rnpilf1HiiHUMIrnllrnlirn8MlllllllllQpl81f8
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tion trades'increased between I
1966 and 1967 by almost 40 iD
pecent and figures for the last FRIENDLY
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YVONNE PATRICIA-BUSTER GRACE- LA VERNE six months of 19 68 show a still
AROUND THE TOWN...Grace LeeSmIth improving greatly more dramatic increase(1400as
from her Nov. 11 surgery operation at the Opa-locka Gen- compared with a total::> of
eral Hospital.. School teacher James Wallace (Blanche Ely 1800 for the entire year of I 2198 N.E. 163rd Street
High School) sponsored another "big blow-out party" Friday, 1966.
Nov. 15, in Ft. Lauderdale I Just missed that one, (the Scoop
and his crew) was back In New York Thursday night. They say SMITH'S I
that Jimmy's parties has gotten to be a "thing" to look for- if I Announces TheAppointment
ward too. .Death of a Miami Pioneer, Mrs. Lilly Doby (she's
Louis Doby Sr., mom) was buried Monday(on Veterans Day) After 39 Years at:
Louis resides at 782 NW 74th Street. . Virginia Wilkerson the 17th St. Locationhas
Travis (working at the Opa-locka General Hospital) super- moved to its new location
visory staff, a very charming personality. . Sam Wimbley of
(Liberty City) in New York with his sister, Mildred Davis 590 2221 NW 7th AVENUE
W. 152nd Street.

ROUND ABOUT TALK. . Tenor Sax-man Willis Jackson "Service as you like it" l
(Miami's own gator tail) was a big hit Saturday, Nov. 16 on r
NY channel 2 TV's"Dial M for music" . Sexy Johanie Jones Sherman Smith, Prop.
8 W. 103rd St.,(a pretty model)sending her blessings to Albert (Nov.29)HAIR ) Hollering
and Jacqueline Jones,(he's her brother) of Miami. . Former
school teacher, Emily Thompson In New York sporting her new
"red LeMans" (Pontiac) with red shoes to match.She'll be in DOESN'T CRPK? HORACE BURKES
Miami for Christmas . Is it true that the Buster Tolllvers
( newly weds) are feuding ? ? This Is Jimmie (Scoop) Bethel DANDRUFF? I I
saying(Laverne Bethel will attend Miami "Florida Memorial
College") Time and tide waits for no man. CUNXWK.MUFFLERS .

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I I. Negro Historical Calendar, Published J i I i I I

A 1969 Negro Historical The art was executed over a Frederick Aldridgeand Unite< 9w
Calendar has been prepared period of six months,by Michael States Congressman and naval
Seagram Distillers Companyto Lowenbein, a noted book hero Robert'Smalls.
call widespread attention to Illustrator of Norwalk, Con- Each day on the calendar
the significant contributionsblack necticut. He employed a technique carries a note on some significant
Amercans have made to combining wash and pen Negro accomplish
the advancement of the United cil. ment or advancement, such a!

States. Thousands will be dis- The calendar depicts such "January 22.. BenjamlnBan-
played where they can have the worldacclaimed figuresas neker, Negro Inventor. Assisted

greatest possible educational Dr. Martin Luther King, in surveying and plan.
effect. statesman Frederick A.Doug fling the city of Washington
D. C. 1791."Another
lass, educator Mary McLeod example:
Each month of the calendaris Bethune Paul "June 6 First Annual Convention ) 9
poet Laurence
illustrated by a portrait of Dunbar, Revolutionary War 'People of Color,'Held
a Negro man or woman who has hero in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
C r I s pus Attucks and
enriched America and the scientist 1831."
George Washington
world in science, the arts, Carver. The calendars are printed
statesmanship, medicine, exploration on heavy, rich 20 1/2 by 14-
education or char Included also are artist inch paper and solidly mounted
ity. Each portrait is accompanied Henry O s s a w a Tanner, surgeon for hanging. Also availableare
by a sketch of the sub- Dr. Daniel Hale Wil- sets of 12inch by 11- ,
employed i the fie Id in liams, explorer Matthew inch portraits from the calendar }
which he is most renowned. Alexander Henson, actor Ira trimmed for framing

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I Coconut Grove Senior CitizensThe Masons To Lay'Cornersfone I New members of the Board of Directors of James E.-Scott Community Association -

Senior Citizens of Coconut ity. Mr. Stokes may be con- Inc. are welcomed by Mrs. James R. Chambers, president and Archie

Grove would like to an- tacted at the EOPI Center at All Worshipful Masters, Hardwick, executive director.

nounce our temporary meet- 3743 Grand Ave. Mr. Stokes, Wardens and Brethren, workIng Seated left to right: Sonny Wright, .James Whitehead, Mrs. Richard Har-
ing place, Coconut Grove Bay- may be contacted at the EOPI under the protection of the
vin, Dewey Knight. Standing left to right: Milton Smith, Mrs. James R.. Cham-
front Building, 2820 McFarlenRd. Center at 3743 Grand Avenue.He Most Worshipful Union Grand
Our meeting nights are the comes to us with a vast Lodge, F&AM, PHA Masons, bers, president and Archie W.. Hardwick, executive director.Dr. .
first and third Friday nightsof background of experienceswith inc., are requested to be present Johnny Jones (not shown, new board member) also participated in the
each month. Transportation other anti-poverty pro- at the ceremonies dedicat- meeting. The Board meets the second Wednesday of every month.
is always available by grams. We are asking the full ing, and laying of Cornerstoneof
calling 444-3076, 445-4798 or cooperation of all citizens to Florida Memorial College,
4432049. continue to nuke the "Grovethe 15800 NW 42nd Ave., LeJeune Women's Club Book Review And Harvest TeaThe I
During the summer a num- Place to Live' Road, Friday, Nov. 29, at 2
ber of our members took advantage Sylvester Smith, president, p.m,
of some of the well E. M. Armbrlster. reporter. DIustrus Rudolph Bradley, foyer of Richmond rendered by the Celestial Mrs. Doris Montgomery,
1 planned tours which includedthe > grand master; Dlustrus, L.G. Heights Jr. High School was Chorus from Second Baptist tea chairman, Mrs. Rebecca
Lion Country Safari,the Bode, deputy grand master; the scene of the annual Rich- Church The excellent book Fisher, program chairman,
Indian Reservation, Everglades Girl With Afro- niustrus Alexander Lucas,Jr. mond Heights Women's Club review was given by the Hon. Mrs. Thelma Aranha, club
t National Park, Cape grand reporter. president and the members of
Book Review and
Kennedy, etc. Other interest- Hairdo Is Tea last Harvest Donald Wheeler Jones, a Miami the club welcomed area club-
ing tours have been planned for EOPI Families TEat o Sunday. Municipal Judge. Judge women and all visiting friends
the winter. We are encouraging Miss UCLALOS The center table depictedthe Jones, a graduate of Howard Special guests were represen-
t all to take advantage of Turkey harvest theme and coordi- University, reviewed the book tatives of the Richmond
these tours. ANGELES.-The first nated the club colors of blue "Man the Manipulator." His Heights Garden Club,
Congratulations toour Negro to be named Miss UCLA Thanksgiving Day will be a and white. presentation was reinforcedby Whispering Pines Women's
t Vice-President Mr. Henry says she's surprised,because Joyous occasion for 400 under- examples of practical applications Club, Bel-A ire Women's Club
Tucker who was elected as she wears her hair in what she priviledged Dade Countians Music for the occasion was and the Gardenia Club.
Vice-president of District #7 calls natural African style. thanks to the generosity of Sam
'j tr Congress o f Senior Citizens "1'm natural and it is un- Kipnis, owner of the Dupont,
Organization of Greater MI1 usual, or at least I think it's Plaza Hotel. Mr. Kipnis has,
unusual, for the average invited needy families, desig-
ami.The Senior Citizens, and American beauty contest Judgeto nated by EOPI centers in 9

other religious, civic and fraternal accept me as beautiful my poverty areas of Dade County, VALU
t organizations would own terms," said Carolyn to enjoy a traditional turkey
like to welcome Mr. Vernon Webb, a 20-year-old English dinner with all the trimmingsat
Stokes, as area director of major at the University of the DuPont Plaza Hotel on

.; r EOPI Center to our commun California at Los Angeles. Thanksgiving Day at 1 p.m. Cor. Douglas/ Rd. & Dixie Hwy. NEXT (TO IN THE GREAT GROVE,,VALU) Mitt

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Successful Heart OperationDANIEL \ COME VISIT YOUR NEWEST7;

HALE WILLIAMS: did some Negroes worshiphim "Any aria I nth world' \ MODERN DRUG STORE /
NEGRO SURGEON by Helen and some hate and fear him? you wont to go"
Buckler, to be published by namafT
Pitman on December 20th, Why was he "disloyal"and I
brings to light the true storyof NO MORE &.rteenn
one of the great unsung Negro was he really? Since he STORE. TRY US FOR SERVICE. PRICE AND CONVENIENCE.
looked white
,whydidn'the"gowhite (
heroes of American his "
tory. Originally published in 1RAY 4Ve4U
1954 under the title "Doctor From the answers emergenot PRESCRIPTIONS/ WHITMAN BOXED CANDIESTIMEX
Dan," this long out-of-print only the fascinating por- "Your Neighborhood Trawl'

book was ignored and neglected trait of a complex and gifted Ag.ntc" WATCHES RADIOS WIGS

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NEGRO SURGEON by Helen buys 50x140 lot.
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t tion to question. Where did he PRICES F.O.B. WPB: $35 for Installation 12sss ox' .i.K

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Mrs. Athalle Range, Miami City Commissioner, is shownas
M w she presented a plague recently to HerbertG. Paige,
General Manager of the Pepsi-Cola and Seven-Up bottling plantin
Miami. He was honored for his work and contributions toward
the City's "Happy Miami"prog""lmfor summer recreation -

4 Black Churches Seek 477 Unit the facilities award reads in underprivileged: "To Herb Paige ne1g, in borhoods.grateful The recognitionof wordingon

I your participation in a program that helped make Miami
Happy. Presented by City of Miami."
Housina Complex

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Metro County Commis- tennis courts, .rI picnic areas, dinary high-rise concept for them with senior citizens and
sioners received unique plan and playgrounds, all linked by numerous reasons: first, the moderate income structuresin Call
today (Nov. 15) to develop an bicycle and pedestrian walk- lack of sociability afforded by one overall scheme.
18 acre park in the heart of ing paths. concerte towers which shuts: Major Construction Corp. C'IIARLESlJ'
downtown Miami's slum area. them off from activity on the is currently responsible for _
Little estimates that approximately surroundings streets, and Florida's first urban renewal .
500 low income second, from fear that youngs- project, the 370 unit Tampa ROGERSAT
Acting in a Joint venture, families will have been re- ters, unattended, will possiblyfall Park Apartments in Tampa,
Major Construction Corp. of moved from the badly deteriorated off high balconies. Florida. General American PL L7502
Miami, and General American shacks and build- Development Corp. of Atlanta,
Development Corp. of Atlanta, ings now 0 c cup y ing the pro In Central park South's design whose president is McCready FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
Georgia, presented detailed posed renewal area bounded on
Johnston is acknowledged to be
plans and proposals for the the west by the North-South as these buildings are PIANO, ,
the leading developer of FHA
designated each floor tier ORCHESTRA
creation of Central Park Development expressway, on the east by NW is recessed; from the or one low and moderate income STEREO OR
as Dade County's 4th Court, on the north by NW housing projects in the State INSTRUMENTS.
below that in all
first general neighborhood 20 St., and on the South byNW so essence, )f Georgia.
apartments become no more
newal area project. 17 Street.
than IstarT.high, with all'the.'" Russell Si Melton Associ-
t. v ';k' The architectural design of attendent advantages< that low ates, the architects of Central
The progressive concept set the low income units recog- income families derive from Park have designed numerous
forth by the developers is nizes for the first time what is close. proximitytotheir major buildings in South Fla.
being sponsored by Ecumenical termed psychologists the neighbors.The Including the 780 unit
Developments Inc..,a non- "street-oriented culture" of SheratonFour Ambassadors,
profit organization made up of the economicallydeprived major advantage to the Harbour House North & SouthIn
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, community. Russell & Milton Central Park concept of urban Bal Harbour, and the Belle
St. Francis Xavier Catholic have designed for these units renewal over those already Plaza Apartments in Miami
Church of the Archdiocese of two 4-sided, 6-storybuildfngs undertaken in various parts of Beach. William Russell was
Miami, St. John's Baptist with tiers of exterior balcony- the country, is the bringing together for a number of years the chief
Church, and St.Agnes Episcopal like corridors, tapering inward of various income architect for the FHA.
Church of the Episcopal toward a central open groups into one well rounded Financing for Central Park
Diocese of South Florida. court containing recreation community. The possibility of Development will be handledby
facilities. the lowincomeandrent the MiamifirmJ.T.Stewart

According to Robert Little, supplement units becoming Mortgage Co., Inc., financersof S
According to Little, low income slums once again is greatly the
president of Major Construction first and only D4 project
and spokesman for the developing families reject the or- diminished by integrating in the State of Florida

group, the design and A / / AWE
planning of Central Park will HOUSE OF 7 1 SEAS
eliminate the common
4409 NW 7th Avenue
practice of replacing a slum
area with a few large modern Miami, Florida N ELL HAPPINESS
buildings that rapidly deteri-
orate into what amounts to a AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY
At Ih. n.ra..1..1 N.'h..u,1I
modern slum.
CORNER N.W.54th ST. fc N.W.3rd AVE.

Central park Developmentwill Phone 751-7502
c r e a t e a total neighborhood The Unique Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401 BrowardJAZ.S131

consisting of 120 low income Boutique Mil DIUVIRYANYWHtlt IN U.S.A.
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11 FTA Convention. Held In ClearwaterThe I: r "

Future Teachers or nas tne distinction ofbelngthefirst Hi-Y service club and is on
America convention, held in Negro to be elected a the Student Council. John also f t 'I c
Clearwarter, Florida on Nov. state officer. _
participated recently on a 1* .
21, 22, and 23 sawtheelectionof Martha is from Cuba and panel onDesegratationat / .h
two Miami Jackson High both students'speeches reier- Carol City Senior High and p s
School students. Over 200 ated the belief that people of was not only well received,but 4
delegates from chapters in all races and creeds need one was sent a letter of commen- !1f i tI
high schools around the another. The I rf,
many world'sproblems dation from the University of
state assembled atthe Jack Tar are solved by hU Miami coordinator on his ex-
Harrison Hotel for meetings, ings and as future teachers: ,the I cellance.
a banquet, an installation delegates were urged to unite
luncheon, and general good now in a spirit of harmony. Mart .daughter of Mr. and
fellowship. Children learn attitudes from Mrs. Antonio S a a v e d r a,745 \d _
Campaigning with the themeof their parents and they need to NW 21st Terrace, serves on \ -I . I
BrotherhoodusingtheJack- know brotherhood now and the the Junior Board,is a member ?s. s\\\k i_ I
son motto, "The School that young leaders of tomorrow of Anchor service club, and __
Cares", John Womble was must instill it. also belongs to the Student ''f

elected President and Martha John is the son of Mr. and Council. .
Saavedra was elected Corresponding Mrs. Robert Womble, 1430NW The other Jackson delegates r
Secretary. They are 45th Street. He is presently the!! who enjoyed side trips to Cypress -
both Juniors now in school,so Vice-President of the Junior Gardens, Bok Singing ; :

they will still be in high school Class at Jackson, serves as a Tower, and Busch Gardens, Left to right: Varley Grant- Humble!: Oil & Refining Com- ment officers and Dr. Benja- I
next year's convention, over trainer for the Generals foot- as well as the Convention
; ham, employee relations pany; Willie Jenkins,develop- min L. Perry, Jr.
which John will preside. John ball team is a member of theDade's were: Deborah Welles,Kelson . .

Roberts, Larry Jackson, FAMU Gets $1,000 From Humble Oil I
Katrina Robbins, and Sherrill

I Private Schools Hammett, all Seniors,. The TALLAHASSEE.Florida Humble's employee relations versities in which a minimumof
[ students were accompanied A&M University one of the 95 department in Charlotte,N.C. four years of undergraduatestudy
Need Aid Mrs. Lucille Sugden, Advisorand colleges and universities recently.The is offered.
Mrs.Nan Weinstein,chaperone Most of the to departments
Catholic schools it must devise throughout the nation that will grants are
of teaching, the (6)) LOAN or lease by the both teachers at Miami benefit from the$777,000in contributions was madeto of colleges to be
some children way that leads to Catholic school of a classroomin Jackson. contributions from Humble Oil FAMU by Humble and its spent at their discretion. The
the school for us e by subsidiaries to enable them to Florida A&M
"actual participation consis- John and Martha now look & Refining Company and its University grantof
tent with the number of educa- federally paid public school forward to several regional subsidiaries during the 1968- provide the support which colleges $1,000 is unrestricted. The
tionally deprived children who teachers. planning sessions to implement 69 school year.A and universities need stipulation is that the
enrolled in non-public (7) ASSIGNMENT of feder- programs for the various from non-government sourcesin funds be used to improve the
are schools according letter ally paid public paid public chapters and will also be key check was presented to their efforts to achieve excellence quality of teaching and re-
from the, State Department of school teachers "to the leaders in organizing next Dr. Benjamin L. Perry Jr., in their respective search or to enable outstand-
Education.The students where they are in the year's convention, expected to president of FAMU, for$1,000by fields. Grants are made to accredited ing students to continue their
Catholic school." be held in Daytona Beach. Varley Grantham of the colleges and uni- education.
letter from John.
Staplet o n,director of

federal state relations says School Board Allots $45,000
"it a p p e a r s no participation I
occurs' un d e r the present

arrangement.At For Negro HistoryUp
pr e s e n t, children from
the Catholic schools can be to $45,000 will be spentto the school curriculum; identify During the second half and
taught before or after school j prepare courses related to areas within the curriculum the summer of the 1968-69
hours at a nearby public ; Negro history and culture,the which fail to adequately tell school year,the teachers,aid-
school.Dr. School Board decided Wednes- the Negroes'tor y and pre- ed by consultants,will develop
Kleiman read the board pare recommendations for adding -, elective courses inNegrohistory -
a letter from Charles money will be used to Negro history.and culture for high school Juniorsand
O'Malley, assistant superin- e ': <\ pay consultants and teachers courses at all grade levels. seniors. i4i:
tendent for governmental programs -, r il\ and to research contributions
of the Diocese of of'Negroes to each subject in
Miami's school system. The Alpha's On The MoveSince the school curriculum;identiEVA'S ;? STORE CLERKS

letter, summarizing dis- f v Wt have many openings in our
cussion at a meeting of publicand the recent relocation: of their college, Florida Memorial I stores thtoughout Dad.County
parochial school officials, ,in Miami,brothers of Delta Psi have initiated sev- MASSAGE Yo end in will the be South)Broword trainedin ar a.
I thoroughly
eral community projects. One such project is termed "Tutorial -
said there are several ways to 6 DAYS convenience store operation
deal with the problem: Program." Prior to the Miami move, this was a limited en- I &H.Jn. and will be paid while training.
deavor. The brothers had previously held classes for colle- 1230 Alton Road You will>have an excellent opportunity for rapid advancement -
((1)) BUSING eligible childrento
Miami Beach with our company. We offer a 6-day
public schools at times when giates who needed help in i freshman and sophomore courses. work week permanent: year 'round employment and
facilities and teachers wouldbe By extending their didactic system to include those citizens of Weekday:5 p.m.-10 p.m. many fringe benefits including an excellent profitIhoinq
who desire to learn the tutorial operationhas plan. Applications token daily from 9 to S at
avilable, with the Catholic Dade County more, the following location
schools providing the bus inhanced and assimilated itself greatly.The SaturdayslOa.m..6p.m.SOUL .ELEVEN STORES rrnmnm
transporation. chapter's president, Jesse Davenport, says, "We've SISTER 7 1770 E.4th Ave. Hialeah'
(2)) SAME, expect that the recognized a tremendous opportunity for rendering service in C237 Sunset Dr. (S.W.72 St.) i So. Miami
public school system would the Sun and Fun capital of the world. Therefore, it was quite 532-8041 19920 N.W. 2nd Ave. (Rt. 441)) .No. Miami
provide transportation. necessary that we broaden our tutorial project to aid more
school people." Shown in the above photo are some members of the
((3)) LOAN of a public
mobile reading unit to the Delta Psi chapter in a planning session. They are from left ..............._..__..'dorwsr aw.ralr.ev.itw O.wMi+r
Catholic school, with the to right: Raymond Johnson David Smith,Donald Stewart,Jesse
Catholic school providing the Davenport, Johnny Farmer, and James Jones.

teacher. Don't be
(4)) RENTAL by the publics DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRYAll ,
c h o 1 system of suitable
space within walking distanceof Kinds of H.lp Needed At One
the Catholic !
school. late
(5)) ASSIGNMENT of a
mobile unit, with federally COUNTER HELP, ROUTE MEN, SHIRT GIRLS,

paid public school teacher, to WASH MEN, MARKERS, FLAT IRON WORKERS. .
the Catholic school attendedby : )
the eligible chUdren.fIe8'ftft'. Tip salary lead workinc ewdilieni with frir.&.ktnihti. yourSelection

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November_ 29, 1968 _ .__ __ James McCra: Y nf. 1 2nnNW( .. ..
RANGE HOUSE OF ALBERT I 17th PL, died Thursday, Nov.

Mrs. Evelyn Marshall of 322 21. He is survived by his bro-
Elsie Roundtree of 1295NW NW 16th Ter., #2, diedSunday sis-
I I MEMORIALS DEATHS I ther, one daughter; one
CARDS 72 St.,died Nov 19.She is sur- Nov. 24. She is survived by one ter-in-law. Services were

vived by her husband Isaiah, son Rufus; one daughter held Wednesday at First Bap

_._ sons Isaiah Jr.,Jlmmie and Joseph Christine; one brother tist Church Opa-locka.
--- ---- --- ,
; four daughters Catherine Charles; one sister Elecon
IN MEMORIAMMOSES IN MEMORIAMIn Gibbs, Annette Black- Miller; eleven grandchildren Carnell Wright ot 4811 NW
THANK YOU 16.Hisre
wood, Vivian Jones and Lena and three great grands. Ser- 6th Ave., died Nov.
sad but loving memory of mains were shipped to East-
Roundtree. Services were vices Saturday, 2 p.m. at St.
The Mingo and Butler famIlies our.dear wife,mother and sister, Monday at Jordan Grove Baptist Matthews Baptist Church. man, Georgia.
wish to express their sin y ", --;?t'cr': JJ'--i''.? Services for Al Woodard of
'' ., Church.
fI :
cere thanks to their many '..I native of 4115 NW 11th PI., were held
Samuel Johnson a
friends, neighbors, and the \ Church of the
at the
Mary Jane Stubbs, of 1936 in Detroit
Miami, died recently
staff of Veterans for
NW 2 Ave., died Nov. 18.Ser- Mich. He Is survived by Open Door. He is survived by
their acts of kindness
many his wife Bessie one son
vices were held Saturday at St. three brothers Henry and Jack ;
shown during the illness of our 4 i iI Matthews Baptist Church She Johnson and Willie Farring- Charles; one daughter Betty;
husband and father Mr. t
I sister Mamie Calhoun and
is survived by three sons ton; four sisters Mary, Thel- a
W. Mingo. Lenord Frank and Carl Stubbs four grandchildren
I ma Flora and Louise. -
To the friends ,
family, two daughters Daisy Rus- are incomplete. George Merchant of 1265

neighbors, and the Fran- sell and Carolyn Mingo and two NW 71 Ter., died Saturday,

cis Funeral Home we also give granddaughters. Clarence Walker of 2131 NW Nov. 23. He is survived byhis
sincere thanks and
our appreciation Lester Arringtonof 4433 166 St. died Nov. 25 at a local wife Elizabeth; one daughter
for the cards, tele- ........1 Clarice Butler and three
NW 23 Ct., died in Flint, Mich. hospital.Survivors include
and floral
grams pieces as
MILLER Survivors include his wife Al- grandchildren. Arrangementsare
his Willie
wife Mae; a daughter -
well the kindness
as acts of
many -
March 1890-Nov.26.26,1963 bertha; three children his father Alma Grace; his parents incomplete.
and shown to us MRS. ALBERTHA ROBINSONwho
prayers Rest eternal grant unto him and step-mother Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Walker; Miss Frances victory of
in our hours of bereavement. departed this life Nov. 29,
May God continue to bless O Lord! And let light perpetual Mrs. Lester Arrington; three four brothers, Alva, Clifford, 1540 NW 1st Ct., #7 died Sun-

all of you.Yours shine upon him. 1963.You left our hearts full of brothers and four sisters. Horace and R. W.;four sisters day, Nov. 24, at Jackson Hospital -

in Christ. grief when you went to the land Services were held Monday in Rosa Nukick, Essie Davis,Ge- She is survived by one
Lillian Miller, wife the chapel. nevive Mince and sister Annie
Mrs. Clara Mingo of 'rest, but the loving memoryof Callie. Re- Adderly; eight
and family mains will to Fitz- aunts five
be sent uncles.
Rev. and Mrs. William H. you will always remain in Ruby Tarver of 2220 NW 154 ,
gerald Ga. for final rites. ments are incomplete.
Butler and family our hearts.Mr. St., died Nov. 20. Survivorsare ,
Larcnda Michelle Brown of
Emanuel Robinson a sister Mrs. CleoJordon
IN MEMORIAMIn Princetta Anderson of 2575 451 NW 7th St., Apt. 1 died
husband and two nieces. Services were
loving memory of our NW 155th 'St., died Nov. 23. Nov. 20, at Jackson Hospital.
IN MEMORIAM Miss Patricia Robinson held Tuesday at The Apostolic
mother, Services this Saturday at 3:30 She is survived by her parents
Faith Church of Cpa-locka.
MRS. MILLIE WITHERSPOON p.m. First Baptist,Opa-locka. George and Ivery Brown; eight
In loving of our
memory who departed this life, Nov. Mrs.'Mamie Warren and Mrs. Survivors Include her husband sisters; four trothers; four
dear mother, Maude Jackson Mrs. Lucia Edden of 5220
23 1960. sisters.
Willie two Inez step sisters. Services Satur-
. NW 5th Ave., died Nov.22.She ; daughters
The have healedthe
V years
*V i.A. Link and Geraldine Fields; 13 day, Nov. 30.
is survived by a daughter An-
wound left when
you pass- IN MEMORIAMIn grand and 24 great grands one
ed av.-ay because your sweet nette Love a son Saul;a sister ;
sister and one brother. Mrs. Hattie Conley of 18220
love and three
tender care is missed grandchildren, six great
each and evevjr day. loving memory of my hus- grandchildren. Services were SW 102nd PI., died Thursday,

band, held Tuesday at St. Agnes Emily Dawkins of 1471 NW Nov. 21, at Mercy Hospital.She .

I k, r ik Lovingly submitted: DEACON .SAMUEL O. Episcopal Church. 90th St.,died Nov.23.Services is survived by one son,

} I Your daughters, FERGUSON Monday, 2 p.m. Church of God Richard Bradley; six daugh-

7 Altemease, Charlotte and who departed this life Nov. 12, Bridgett Pollock, daughterof of Prophecy. She is survivedby ters Earlene Chappel, Matilda -

Frankie Witherspoon 1961,and was buried on the 18. Mr. and Mrs.Wiley Pollock parents Mr. and Mrs. Waught, Cherry Newsome,

Grandchildren "He is not dead, he is just of 1290 NW 39th St., died Nov. James Dawkins; a brother Naomi Thomas and Fannie;

S/Sgt.William C. Amos, Glenn away." 23. Services were held Tues- Charles and a sister Martha one sister Addle Maddock.Arrangements -

andWilmagetta Witherspoon and Mrs Zora C. Ferguson, wife day in the chapel. Lee Pratt. are incomplete.

Beverly Whiley.

MRS.departed BERNICE this FOWLERwho life Nov.28, IN MEMORIAMIn family of .Keep In June with

1968.May loving memory of my be- extend grateful thanks to every
her soul rest in peace

and light perpetual shine upon loved_husband.. ____ ,_ __, one for their expressions of
her. sympathy during our bereave- the Times

ment. Special l thanks to Rev,I "...
Cleo Albury, Dr. Edwin Shirleyand
The Family 44 .:\ :or
nurses of Christian Hospital SJW

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L 11iI.AIf. ... 1.' '.... ' ... '
services. .y.i' (f'
who departed this life Novem- :"i. ;: "
The Family ) .-
ber 28, 1967. ? r.M1iY
11t "Gone, but not forgotten." S. Helen Jefferson ly'. !vti ,1 ..'+w '
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Death is a heartacheNo / ;.
one can heal
Somemay forget you ,
But we never will. We, the children of .

Anna Hield, wife wish to take this opportunityto

Moss Family express our heartfelt and

-, Jane Evans, sister-in-law sincere thanks to our many

MR. FRED W. REID grandchildren (Walter, friends, who extended numer-

who departed this life Oct.18, Rosetta, Junior). ous courtesies during her recent -

1968. illness. Your prayers to

His widow Mrs. Jessie Reid Almighty God for her comfort

and family wish to thank all IN MEMORIAMIn and recovery, along with flowers .-..... _.
friends and neighbors and cards, visits, and other
everyone for their cards, sad but loving memory of acts of kindness will be for-

flowers, telegrams and any our husband, father and grand- ever part of our cherished m

act of kindness shown during father, memories.To .

their bereavement. A very .-II..... those individuals who

special thanks to the Triumph went beyond:Jie bounds of duty, Miami Times that ;sOnly

Church family and pastor responsibility and friendship,

Prince W. J. Roberts. and expecially nurses Okel

May God continue to bless Welch and Susan F. Harris, $5.00 a year

,. all of you. we say, May God ever bless

Mrs. Jessie Reldandfamily you.Our heartfelt thanks to each DELIVERED BY MAIL TO YOUR HOMEEVERY FRIDAY

of you and may God continueto MAIL COUPON BELOW

CARD OF THANKSWe n bless you rightly.

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wish to express our Sincerely, .

sincere thanks to the many The Children MIAMI TIMES. 6530.NW 15th AVE., MIAMI, FLA. 33147
saints and friends in time of

our bereavement,for the many RICHARDSONServices ..

cards, condolences and flow for George Bethaof Name ':

ers. A very special thanks to 1943 NW 2nd Ct., #7 w1l1 beheld

the Range Funeral Home and REV P. HEROUT Wednesday, Nov. 27, at 3 Address _
and who departed this life Dec. S, p.m. from the ti }
to all the ministers pastors chapel. She is City State
1955. Zipt
Hallandale Gospel Char- survived by one sister Mrs. i '

riots Singers. J Mrs.ay he Jane rest He peace.rout, wife Rosa friend L.Mrs.Troupe Emma; Montgomery. a devoted- i. ....... ...........,. ..........................,............................................................. 'YJO.O.........................,...,..,..f fI

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VERNON STOKES, Area Director
DORETHA ROOKS, Public Affairs Officer ,
important purpose of the education and training pro-
as gram of the Family Health Center is to give the people in the
VACANT neighborhood the opportunity to work in a health career," said
few weeks that the citizens
was only a ago of Coconut
Mrs. Lula K. Tharpe, training coordinator for the Family
and highly disturbed about the
Grove were possibilityof Health Center. These people are needed to save the time and
proposed Post Office being built between McDonald
the new I skills of the professionals, such as the family physicians,
32nd Street and Margaret Streets,Grand and Florida Avenues s
M e e F family health nurses, dentists,psychiatrist,social worker and
After several meetings with the Zoning Board officials, organization nutritionist. !
and members of the EOPI staff the
proposal was
An example of the new careers Is the Family Health Worker
dismissed.The She helps the families In the ta"jet area and the Health Center
same property that was being considered as a possi- : communicate with each other. ecause she lives In the area,
bility for the proposed Post Office was infested with rats, she understands the beliefs, ft irs, and wishes of her neigh-
snakes and all sorts of undesirable creatures. Over-grown bors and can speak to them in a language that is their own. She
foliage and weeds presented an unpleasant sight to our com- t't'I knows the history of every family assigned to her, and under-
munity. It took only one telephone call and letter to Metro'sLot stands what they need. She can make them feel more comfort-
Clearing Department to get immediate action. Other property able about asking for and using family health care.
owners have been contacted to clear their property, some How is the Family Health worker selected? She must be a ...
have complied willingly. This is one project that our center h : / resident of the area,between twenty and fifty years old, and be

will pursue.It emotionally stable. A high school diploma Is preferred.She Is
was one year ago that our Center Director put into actionthe given a test and a group interview. If selected, she will find
idea of property owners organizing themselves into a groupto herself busy with many activities both "In center" and out
Improve the living conditions of Coconut Grove,also to get 4 1 is e $ itl + center." She Is a fully accepted member of the total health

their opinions of Urban Renewal. It had a very slow beginningbut .. r care team.In .
with Mr. E. W. F. Stirrup and very few home owners, this is a center she helps give comprehensive health care to families -
organization has grown in leaps and bounds.There are now 200 assigned to her under the supervision of the registerednurse.
members. This is one of the most active groups in Coconut She participates in daily conferences and continues on I
Grove. 1 6 the-job training.Out .

The citizens of Coconut Grove wish to thank Mr. Henry ,d center she makes home visits to her families, teaches ,
Givens.We ,- . ..... .- good health habits, and makes appointments. She learns about
the families' problems and brings back this valuable informa-
wish to thank Mr. Gardner of 112 1st Terrace, Miami COLE'S CAROL..Lovely Cole,daughter of the late tion to the health team.
Beach, for making a large contribution of material for the Nat "King' Cole will play her first featured screen role In The Family Health Worker Is an Important member of the
sewing class. Columbia Pictures' THE MAD ROOM. On the set, in Van- health team and the key person In the new Idea of bringing
couver, canada, Carol Cole, and Stella Stevens, who stars In comprehensive health care to the families attending the center.
We would like to also thank Mr. Mike Sortier and the Miami
the film, await instructions from the film director THE MAD She will be given every opportunity to move upward vocation-
Jaycees for donating two hundred(200) tickets for our boys ROOM is produced by Norman Maurer and directed by ally and establish herself as a self-sustaining individual In the
and girls to see the first professional basketball game of this director writer Bernard Girard, who are responsible for the community. As a result of continuous ontheJob training, many
season. It was greatly appreciated by everyone in the area. selection of the characters in this psychodrama in which pent- Family Health Workers will be promoted to even better jobs at

up aggressions burns into homicide.The the Center. Others can use their experience at the Center as
training toward full professional status.
CULMER CENTER NEWSOn combination cast Is a solid mixture veterans as wellas HEALTH HINTS-Check with yourself. Accidents are often I

promising young newcomers to the film Industry, such as caused by poor judgment when a driver's mental alertness and I
November 30, the 501 Block Club, whose president Is Carol Cole who is a graduate of Columbia's New Talent Program reflexes have been dulled. Alcohol Is the chief offender. As I
Mr. Henry Lane, will celebrate their Third Anniversary at the Shelly Winters shares the starring role with Stella few as two beers can dangerously Impair driving ability If

Culmer Center at 8 p.m. Stevens. For her role in THE MAD ROOM, Miss Winters re- you're angry, depressed, or just plain emotionally upset,leave \
turns to Columbia Pictures Studios, where she began her the car in the garage and walk. eliminate the danger of
The new Tenant's League president is Mrs. Mildred Owens, movie career.. driving under emotional strain, and the walk will do you good. I i I
who lives at 1942 NW 2nd Court. Good lack with your league, iI I

Mrs Owens. i
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The ADC Mothers Congress held their meeting the center

Saturday, Nov. 23, at 10 a.m.The meeting was a total success NAACP To Meet With Disgruntled
with 50 mothers in attendance. Rules and regulations In regards -
to welfare was explained. Guest speakers were: Mr.
Bernard Dyer, Liberty City Community Council; Mr.Al Fein-
berg, Legal Services, and Mr. Due, Special Community Organizer Counsel
for Legal' Services Mrs. Bernice McCollum is the
president: 01 the ADC Mothers congress.
NEW YORK. In accor- to make." dlately. limited by the official posi-
dance with a recommendationof The committee's recom- The committee further tion and policies of the Asso-
Mrs. Alice Barr, area education director for the central the Legal Committee of the mendation for holding the recessed recommended that the Board ciation and Its Board."
area, is also the president of the Senior Missionary Society of NAACP which methereallday meeting of the Board, I"state in the strongest possi-
the Greater Bethel AME Church.She is seeking to give every- November 18, Lewis M.Steel, December 9, was accepted by 1 ble terms publicly its affirmation -
one a Merry Christmas. She is compiling a list of names of Good
dismissed from the NAACP Bishop Spottswood and notices of the proposition that
families in the ghetto area who will be recipients of gifts, legal staff Oct. 14, and RobertL. have been sent to the 60-member :freedom of expression, either GuysGive
baskets, and last but not least a party given at Greater Bethel.
Carter, general counsel, Board. written or oral, by membersof
We are certain that this will be a job well done. who resigned Oct. 28, in pro- Purpose of the meeting will I the staff Is necessarily

test against the Steel dismissal be "hearing the report of this
Claudia Fuller, area director, Cora Miranda, p.A. officer. have been invited to Legal Committee with respectto
May we begin by saying thank you,to Mr. Kipmis of the Du- appear before a recessed the Steel matter, the resignation -
Pont Plaza, for Inviting our needy to a grand Thanksgivingdinner meeting of the NAACP Na- of the General Counsel
to be held Thanksgiving Day. Eighty people from the tional Board, December 9. (Carter) and his associatesand
central poverty area will enjoy a delicious repast at the Dupont Matthew Perry, an attorneyof other matters concerningthe

Plaza, November 28. Columbia, S. C., member of Association's legal pro-
the National Board and vice gram."
Some lucky young lady will be Miss Central Area, as sheis president for legal services, Mr. Steel wrote an articleon
presented in all her finery In the Orange Blossom Paradeon will begin at once on the com- the U. S.Supreme Court for x >+Ms u,
December 7. She will be selected from the schools in the mittee's recommendation with The New York Times Magazine
area and the youth who participate In the recreation depart the title of Special Counsel to which appeared October
ment at Culmer Center. supervise legal mattersfor 13 under the title, "Nine Men
which the Association is in Black Who Think White." wr
Mrs. Anne Green, the low-income specialist with the Bureauof responsible, with authority to In it he maintained that most
Federal Credit Unions, is with the South Eastern Region, secure and designate such if not all the victories in the

which covers Alabama, Georgia, Tenn., Miss., N. Carolina, lawyers as may be necessaryfor civil rights field up to now had
S. Carolina, and Florida. Mrs. Green attended a two weeks this purpose." been symbolic rather than
conference in Washington, D. C. at the Bureau of Federal The committee recom- substantive and that"ingrained" -
Credit Unions--one week was spent at the Regional office in mended that the chairman white supremacy has not
Atlanta and the other in conferences. designate a subcommittee of been disturbed.
the legal committee to "se- The NAACP Board, meet- MR. LESTER ALBERT, OWNER "
On November 5, a meeting was held at the Chamber of Com- cure the services of a General ing the next day, repudiatedthe
merce with Mr. Ed Kyes, activity director, for the Chamber. Counsel for the Association." article and viewed theSteel Are we living within the realm of faith?

Arthur King attended. The meeting was conducted with thought The legal committee,whose Interpretation as "an indefen- Trust in God, for in your hour of adversity,
being that a survey be made in underprivileged with the chairman is William R. Ming, sible rejection of m jch of the he will the
concern being water and sewage __ as it relates to people in Chicago attorney and former Association's major ef- wipe away tears from your eyes.
the ghetto area. faculty member at the Uni- fort over the past sixty

versity of Chicago law school, years." House of AlbertWhere

Arthur King was a guest on November 14, at the OptimistClub recommended to Bishop Stephen it noted, also, that Mr.Steel
meeting and luncheon where it was suggested thatthey G. Spottswood, board had used his official title of service begins and never ends
might help with particularly giving chairman, that "Robert L. associate general counsel and
youth In the center area In THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU -- .
equipment and sponsorship of teams __ which is thought will Carter and Lewis Steel Is Invited had not differentiated the
be a crime deterrent in our area,the idea was tabled for further to that meeting of the views of the NAACP from LIBERTY CITY OPA-LOCKA peRRINE
discussion when more members would be present. board at a time to be fixed by those he expressed. By unani- MU 8-3311 238-8801
the chairman; for the purposeof mous vote In executive session -
Happy Mamie Is making such statements to : it dismissed Mr. Steel
anniversary to Mr, and Mrs. Mamie Higgs.
comprehensive counselor at Culmer. the board as they may see fit :from his post,effective imme-


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26 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, November 29, 1968jtr MT. CALVARY MT. TABOR

MT. SINAI NEW MACEDONIA Rev. James Hendon, pastor
Jackson pastor Rev. S.Atchison, pastor
Rev. Roscoe ,
George Ingraham; reporterOur
Rev. CleoAlburyJr.pastor Phyllis Beal reporterThe
Willie J. reporterThe
drive is
Men's still
B. Boney, reporter pastor wishes to thank Deacons and Deaconesses -
in effect, that is until the first
The church's Annual Conference -
each and who accompanIed are sponsoring program
will be held Friday, him to Day Spring and Tuesday, Dec. 3. The Rev. Sunday in December. If you
1I Nov.. 29, at 8 p.m. Also election New Calvary Baptist Church's Davis of First Baptist of have not contributed please do
'f' so as soon as possible.You .
of officers for the ensuing on last Sunday afternoon.On Brownsville. Come out and
are cordially invited to
Friday night, Brother have a good time.
year.We to have Sis. worship with us on Thanksgiving -
were happy Perry Whites will preach his The members of Ushers'
n Evelyn Davis worship with us "trial" sermon at the church Boards wish to thank those who Day at 12 noon in order

.r after a period of illness. at 8 p.m. He is asking Choir helped to make their anniversary that we all may pray to and

Sis. Daisy Benson is in Arch No. 2 and Ushers' Board No. a success. Special thanksto give thanks to God for all the

Creek Nursing Home, 12505 2 to serve and he is Invitingall Rev. Roscoe Jackson and blessings he has bestowed

NE 16th Avenue, North Miami friends and members to congregation for services upon us. Following servicewe
fan 3n ffllfiirrli fjun u&ir Beach. come out and help him get rendered. shall all engage In a gala

All members are asked to started on this new task for the Prayer meeting every Thanksgiving Feast sponsoredby
consider the spiritual nourishment Master. Thursday night. the men to be held in our

and growth of the The men will have their first Please pray for the sick and downstairs dining room. All

church, you may do so by prayerfully Men's Day meeting Thursday shut-ins. members, as well as our visi-
in all of tors and friends are welcometo
Mt. Zion To 'Integrate participating night after the first Sunday,
the worship services.Let Dec. 5. At this time,the chair- ST. MARY'SRev. Join us in this holiday ac-

us continue to spread man and co-chairman are ask- H. V. Stuart, pastor tivity.
Church ServicesLast some sunshine to our sick and Please remember to visit,
ing all auxiliaries to please Sunday is the last first sunday -
for and
shut-ins. have your captains ready. in the year. Communionwill pray correspond with
year Mount Zion 1st., at the eleven o'clock They are also asking that all be served all day. Joint our sick and shut-in membersand

Baptist Church came up with they plan a repeat per- GRACE men both Jr.and presentto choirs and usher boards will friends.

the Idea that with all our try- formancel! The one difference Many thanks to each and finish getting organized. serve all day.

ing to offset the great void of will be: "Ethicla Beams out- everyone who helped to make Deacon Vandell Bovan,gen- The Sunday School superin- SHILOH

**> speratism In our culture, we side of theEcclesiastlcal our Thanksgiving festivities a.: eral chairman, Brother Rosby tendent is asking all parents to Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor

find that white churches are Prism." They cordially Invite success. Let us keep up the Davis, co-chairman. please send your children out Cheryl English, reporter
still white while black churches friends to come and worship Joyful and worshipful spirit as to Christmas rehearsal every Sunday ended the No. 1 and

continue to remain black.So with the m on this we move toward the Christmas BROWN'S CHAPEL Monday and Thursday, 6 p.m. 2 Choir anniversary. Deacon

they planned a service for occasion. season. The Women's D a y committee Parents please don't forget the Willie Roberson, president of

the first Sabbath In last What a wonderful oppor- Please remember that we would like to take this timeto contest in the Sunday School No. 1 Choir and members was

December and Invited their tunity for the "CHURCH" to are trying to develop our Sun- thank our many friends for which will climax Dec. 8. blessed to raise $1,436.60 and

"white friends" to come.They cut across all lines of differ- day evening devotion pro- their very fine cooperation and, The president of the Mis- Deacon Alphonso Harmon,

camel! Andwasagreatex- ences, and to regather some of grams at 7 p.m. Also,we have participation in helping us both sionary wishes to thank every president of No. 2 Choir and

perience. the dispersive elements that Wednesday night Bible studyat spiritually and financially. one for the donations to makeup his members! were blessed to
This year they plan to do It have become so rampant in the 8:30: p.m. Mrs. Mary Rachael was the baskets for the poor for raise $906.90. Total amount

again. 01 Sunday December Institutional Church. crowned, Mrs. Brown Chapel, Thanksgiving.Let $2,343.50. They thank every-

JORDAN GROVE Miss Emma J. Nelson, first us continue to pray and one who had a part In this an-

CHURCH OF THE Rev. Douglas Cook, pastor runner up and Mrs. Pearlie visit the sick and shut-Ins. niversary.Let .
CARMEL second. Total amount this date in
TRANSFIGURATIONElisha MT. Eddie Gilbert, reporter Simon, us keep
S. Clarke, Jr. Vicar Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor The Interdenominational raised $1,003.93. We thank MT. AARON mind, the second Sunday in December -
God for a job well done with which is our annual
Sunday, the First Sunday in Louise McGrIf, reporter: Deacon's Council would like to help Rev. 0. L. Sample, pastor Youth Day.There
Advent and also the First Sun- We are thankful her at Mt. thank the Rev. Shipp and his your Mrs. R.S. Hicks, reporterA will
Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor, be business
in Christian carmel had congregation of New Mt. thanks to Rev. J.
day the Year we we a very won- special
Ida M. Jackson, reporter. meeting Friday. All membersare
have designated it as Home- derful Women Day. Our chair- Moriah for spiritual services E. Jenkins and congregationfor
to please be .
asked present.Don't
coming Sunday Each Mem- man Sis. Lucille Miller, and rendered and the many choirs conducting service for our
to rememberthe
ber is to bring at least one Sister Mary Brown our co- and friends for helping make NEW PROVIDENCE pastor's Installation. sick and forget shut-ins in
more member and as many chairman, thank each and the anniversary a success Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Come and worship with us on

friends as possible. Since we everyone who help them make Deacon Willie Lumpkin is Arsula Edwards,reporter Sunday. Lets not forgetthe prayers..

are planning a big family get this women Day a sucess. We president.Let Holy Communion will be needy on Thanksgiving Day. CHRIST EPISCOPALCanon
together there will be only one thank our speakers, Morningand us give thanks on this served Sunday in our evening We Gather Together ToAsk
Mass, which will be the 10:45: Evening, they delivered Thanksgiving day to God for worship. Consecration hour of The Lord's Blessing T.R.Gibson,rector

a.m. Solemn Sung Mass.Also from their heart a wonderful his divine goodness. prayer will be held Sunday at Antoinette SUva,reporterThe
rector and congregationwere
$ rVatthlsservicetherewillbetheAdvent message. We thank the ones Prayer meeting every 5:00 a.m.Bible. FIRST BAPTISTRev.
thrilled and as
Corporate Communionfor who lead our Devotion ser- Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. Let us class and prayer W. M. Davis, pastor
the contestants made their final -
the men and boys, and installation vices, also our visiting choirs pray for the sick and shutinsall meeting Tuesday at 730. All Donella Turner, reporterThe
for the
services for the 1969 and usher board and all the over the land.Visitors report Building
members are urged to attend. pastor, chairman, cochairman
Fund Contest. The "Churchman -
Officers of all organizations of members from the different are always welcome Visitors and friends are wel- and members would
the church the Episco- of the Year" for 1968 is
except churches. Truly we thank to worship with us.
you come. Continue praying for the like to thank everyone for senior I
palChurchw0men.AUmenand one and all. We like to thank The Prayer Band will meetat sick, shut-in and those who are working so faithfully in mak- William J. Stirrup,
boys organization officersare our own choirs and ushers who the home of Sister Arnetta bereaved. ing our Men's Day a success. warden, who raised $1,161.90and
urged to be present. The this at whose sponsor was Mrs.
turn out so wonderful. We know Young Saturday night
Special to the Rev.A. .
public is cordially invited. that pray will change things.We 8 p.m., 1767 NW 47th Street. ALLEN CHAPELRev. Atchison, Rev. Murray and Gladys Sands, second Walker place

at Mt. Carmel wish all of "* F. D. Wright,pastorL. congregation and Brother Na- winner was George ,
ZION HOPERev. you to have a great Thaks- Thompson, reporter than S t r e e t e r for deliveringsuch who raised $1,160.13
giving. Don't forget to pray. Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor Monday night,Dec.2, marks an inspiring whose sponsor was Mrs. KateS.

Paul Freeman, pastor Remember the sick and sutin The pastor wishes to thank Pastor Appreciation for our To all visitors sermon. always Dean and third place win-
Bessie Williams, reporter and those who have lost some the members and friends who pastor, Rev. F. D. Wright.AU welcome. you are ner was Alonzo Culmer who

ThePresident and membersof of their love ones. Pray for brought food for the Thanks- members and friends are ask raised $1,066.50sponsor Mrs.

choir No. 2 would like to the boys In Viet Nam.Visitorsare giving baskets. We know our ed to come out and enjoy the Elizabeth Johnson.
thank each and everyone whoh always welcome.We are needy members thank you for wonderful treats of this night. ST. LUKERev. Special thanks to all wbo

e 1 p e d to makedtheir8th now coming up to the last mile remembering them. There will be plenty of food Kathleen. P. W. Williams, pastor helped to make this a successful -

Anniversary a great sucess. pole, the last month in the year Our Boy Scouts will have a for everyone. Streeter, reporter event.
Bro. Walker President and lets love and p ray for one Car Wash on Saturday begin- Sunday marked the final On Sunday,Dec.1,our evenIng Sincere sympathy to Mr.

Sis. Davis, pianist.Christmas another more, and the Lord ning at noon. Please bring your quarterly conference for the services will begin at 6p.m. Harmon: Carey for the loss of
The BTU hour will then
practice each will Bless us with many bless- car around for the boys to church. Presiding Elder S. A. his niece Emily
start at 4 30
Monday at 400.All teenagersand ing. wash. Cousin and wife were in attendance : p.m. FIRST BAPTISTRev.
Please don't forget to
You are Invited to attend pray
our to conduct the confer
children asked to
are for W. J. Macon pastor
mid-week service our sick, bereaved mem- ,
ST. JAMES A \..E.The on Tuesday ence.
present. Sis. Riley, sponsor. Sara McRae reporterWomen's
bers. The church is locatedat ,
night at 8 this service is
p.m. Communion will be served
The pastor is urging each Annual Conference will 1790 NW 55th St. Day was a Joyous
member to attend their week- held every Tuesday night after Sunday. It is the final Sunday
3. and finan
in Dec.
Pompano success spiritually
open the first ST. ,
A min-
Sunday. guest our pastor will preach for us:s PAUL
ly meetings. When you are
Let us remember the last cially. The morning speaker,
ister is in of
charge ser-
absent, you really miss a great Lovefeast on this Friday In this conference year. Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Mrs. E. Boykin of Ft.Lauder-

deal.Don't evening and the lastCommunion vice.Please Everyone is asked to come out Mary Amos, reporterLet dale as well as the evening
forget the sick, shut- Sunday in this Conferenceyear. and don't forget the sick and send our pastor off with a us not forget "LoveFeast" speaker Miss C. Knowles of
shut-ins. Please visit and
ins, members of bereaved for spiritually filled meeting.NEWMT.ZIONBAPTIST.. Friday night the pastor Miami spoke on the theme for
them. You wel-
pray are
families, and toys fighting out The pastor express appre- come to worship with us Sun- is asking members and officers the day: "Christian Women."
on the battle field in your pray- ciation for the fine response to be present. At 4 p.m. a program given

ers. given by the church in connection dav.NEW Rev. R.C.Solomon,pastor Annual Conference will beheld by Jackson's Toddle Inn, tookus
with the appreciation pro MT. NOR IAH The Young Women's Auxiliary In Pompano Beach,at New Into the coming Thanksgiving -

GREATER NEWBETHLEHEM gram. Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor of New Mt. Zion M.B. Bethel AME, Rev. D. A. Rus- season with renewed

Evelyn Souter, reporterThe Church is cordially inviting sel, pastor, Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. spirits.

FRIENDSHIP pastor want to thank everyone to attend their annual Please plan to attend.Remember The chairmen, Mrs.Hattie
Rev. C.H. Smith pastor each one who accompanied him Fashion Forum to be presented our sick and Baker and Mrs. Ella Baker ex-
Minnie Hunter, reporterWe Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor to Jordan Grove last Sunday December 8, at Seminola shut-ins and pray for their re- press their gratitude to all for

are always happy to have Ruby Lee Carr, reporter afternoon.Our Recreation Center, 520 West covery. an entirely beautiful day.Total

,I" you wor sh i p with us; there- There will be a call meetingDec. monthly conference tonight 23rd St., Hialeah, at 3 p.m. All children who are taking amount raised 419860. You
fore, we urge you to continue 3, at 8 p.m. The pastor (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. You will be entertained firstof part inthe Christmas program are always welcome.
to make our church your is asking all members to be There will not be joint re- all by a panel discussion, will please meet Sunday morn-

choice of worship. present. hearsal for choirs nand 2 this "The Responsibility of ing after Sunday School for re- MILROCKRev

On December 14, 1968, the There will be a CalendarTea Friday night. Today's Youth," to be followed hearsal. Andrew Jackson,pastor
Home Mission are sponsoring given at the parsonage 73 The pastor and members by a fashion show. 0. Ferguson, reporterThe
the Twelve Keys. Refresh- NW 45th St., Dec. 15,at 4 p.m. wish the Miami Times and pastor is asking all ush-

ments will be sold. Sis. Mae Sis. Essie Bush Is president.Get staff and all our friends CHRISTIAN VALLEY NOTE OF THANKS ers and choir members and the

West Taylor, president.The well wishes toSis.ArrieB. happy and restful Thanks Elder A. Ford, pastor entire church to meet him at

Junior, Department Lawrence in Cedars of Leb- giving. Blondie Haggins,reporter Rev. and Mrs. W. M.Davis, Pilgrim Baptist Church, 6617
+.would like to thank everyonewho anon Hospital. We regret to Your humble servant and Sunday night at 8 p.m.Willie wishes to thank the membersand NW 7th Ave.,730pm.Friday.

came oat Sunday,November announce that Pvt. Benjamin family will motor to Madison, Kelley and his gospel singerswill many friends, for the very Don't forget to pray for the
24, to help make their Day Jenkins serving for his Fla., for the holidays and we render a program in songs fine gifts and acts renderedfor sick and shut-ins and also the

"Miss Greater New Bethle- country in Vietnan was are asking the prayers for a come out and hear this great the wedding of their daughter fighting boys in Vietnam. We

hem" a success. wounded, he is the brother of safe trip. Please pray for group. Jeannette. are saying to all our visitors

Let us continue to pray for our pastor we pray he will world peace. Visitors are always Pray for the sick everywhere May God bless each and come back again we enjoyed

our sick and shut-ins. have a complete recovery. welcome. everyone of you. having you.


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Brown is Mrs. Earline Mitchell of 941 Mrs. Norman Adams,1920 NW
Deacon Roscoe Ector, with his backhome visiting 1515 NW Second Ave., Miami,, Jr. of 3521 Frow Ave., Miami, NW 61st St., Miami, has com 152nd Ter., Opa-1 o c k a, has
chairman, thank the membersand at family, aftei]r has completed basic trainingat has completed basic trainingat pleted basic training at Lack. completed basic training at
friends for their fine co- traiing Carolina Camp LeJeune N. Lackland, AFB, Tex. He is Lackland AFB, Tex. He has land AFB, Tex. He has been Lackland AFB, Tex. He isremalning -
operation in our first Men's thirty leave pfc. Cooks has i.i now assigned as an adminis- been assigned to the Air Force assigned to the Air Force at the Air Force
Day at Corinth Baptist Church, day extension be trative specialist with a unit of Technical Training Center at Technical Training Center at Technical Training Center for
it was a Job well done.Special After cause of his illness in the family. the Tactical Air Command at Amarillo AFB, Tex.,for spec Chanute AFB, Ill, for specia- specialized schooling as a security
thanks to Rev. D.L. Hickman, to leave here he wil 1 MacDlll AFB, Fla., Airman ialized schooling as a supply lized schooling as a metals repair policeman. AirmanTy-
Smith and the go Camp Pendleton, Sai i Robinson is a 1968 graduate specialist. Airman McGahee
Rev. S. L. Spiritual specialist. Airman Sim ler is a 1967 graduate of Archbishop
Harmonizers and also to duty.Diego California for furthei]r of Miami Sr. High School. graduate of Mays Junior- mons i s a 1968 graduate of Curley High School and
Mr. Reeves and staff of the Mi- Senior High School In Goulds, Matthew E. West High School attended Miami Dade College
ami Times. attended Norfolk (Va.) State Hardeeville, S. C.
There will be a Musical Tea College.
at the home of DeaconandSis. ':.&': \\-\\\t, .
Roscoe Ector, 2175 NW 69th HAVE YOU BEEN TURNED DOWN BY AN ,"'_ '\.J::-'..':.,

Terrace Sunday, Dec. 1, from INSURANCE COMPANY BECAUSE YOU ; 't""r. ; ':'. .;.: I
4 to 6 p.m.sponsored by Choir ARE TOO OLD OR SUFFERING I FROM \1: ;

No. 1 you and yours are invit- SOME CHRONIC I ILLNESS? WILL YOU x

ed, Deacon Ector, president. HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO PAY THE
Sis. Ector and Sis. Delfordare YA i
asking that all childrenwho
would like to be in the
Christmas exercise to be Join U.N.C.A.
present on Saturday afternoonat
the church. All children are
welcome. Universal Christian SocietyAND

Rev. M. L. Paschal, pastor REST ASSURED THAT YOUR LAST
Sis. Bernice Ector, reporter. -

CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP CALL NOW. Pvt. Howard Dupree Jr.,son .... ..".
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Du SAN ANTONIOAirman
6917669COME I SAN ANTONIO. Airman pree of 1544 NW 51st Street, Williams J. Holmes, son of
Rev. P. S. Brown, pastorM. Earl K. King Jr., son of Mr. a recent graduate of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Walker A.
L. Nixon, reporterThe and Mrs. Earl K. King Sr. of Northwestern Senior High has Holmes of 14761 HarrisonSt.,
Willing Workers are 16031 NW 17th Ct., Miami,has completed eight weeks basic Miami, has completed basic
grateful to all who made their completed basic training at training at Fort Jackson,S.C. training at Lackland AFB,

first Anniversary a happy and TO SEE US AT Lackland AFB, Tex. He has Tex. He has been assignedto
memorable affair.The: Pastoris been assigned to the Air Force the Air Force Technical:
confined to VeteranstHospital Technical Training Center at Gef Training Center Chanute
for bed rest but Rev.C.C. -T ote-M MarketsTHERE Lowry AFB, Colo.,for specialized = F, ![1IIW1L1 AFB, HI., for specialized
Felder, the assistant pastor schooling as a supply DOUBLE ACTION schooling as an aircraft equipment
carried out the service effic specialist. Airman King is a /COLORS GMT HAWBUCK repairman. Airman
iently. IS ONE NEAR YOU graduate of Carol City Senior 2 DRESSES HAIR III MACE Holmes is a graduate of Miami
Organization of the Christmas High School. Klllian High.School.
program is beginning this FINE GROCERIES & MEATSWE
week. Parents please send
your children to the community
center each Monday,Tues- FEATURE FIRST DRIVE IN
day and Friday to participate RUN
in this activity. Time 4 p.m. ?-'WfaimlittTROCOLOWWMAYER'presents
Wise Potato Chips
Bro. Jones, Charlie Sharpeand
Sis. Estelle Allen are still

on the sick list.Visit,help and AND SNACKS / ASPFCTfiUMPROQUniON st-in,
pray for them.JEHOVAH'S. RQWfM

CIRCUIT CONVENTION"Much After planningand
of youth's present NO MONEY executinga
frustration is due to lack of a half-million dollar robbery,
meaningful hope in a stable future y., McClain tried to hide
," said Clinton Norwood of DOWN ONTV's : in Ellie's arms. He knew : -*'*
4 :.. there would be 4
Miami's ,
Northwest Congregation fr ._H' a lot of lead and
of Jehovah's Witnesses. and a lot of dead
He made the statement while
r ...when there was
encouraging full participationin Y no split of the bread.
the ministeral groups'
forthcoming circuit convention
Thanksgiving weekend at
Ft. Lauderdale'sDillardHigh. .M. F
"The convention will feature 'vim f3
career opportunities in
the foreign missionary field :
for graduating young wit
nesses, coupled with the urgency
of getting our teaching
work done in the rapidly STEREOS
diminishing time remaining,"

Norwood Norwood added.disclosed that the FURNITURECall A Y
Saturday evening session will
stress the new method o'conducting to'l.
home Bible classes 8886011or 3790900PHONE
aimed at aiding Bible studentsto
get a comprehensive pictureof BETWEEN 7 a.m. & 10 p.m.

Christian principles in six IMMEDIATE DELIVERY :. hz SpIitA
man t h s. The new teaching Sundays Included
techniques were first revealed
at the Witnesses District F&M TV 425 E 9th St. / i t 0
Conventions this summer at
120 conventions attendedby PHONE AND SALESMAN WILL CALLA
over 925,000. "

The climax of the convention STEREO YOU NEVER HEARDA
will be the main addressby STEREO YOU'VE NEVER SEEN : lut..IIII''I.,.lure ANMrn I
District Supervisor, JamesA. WITH A BAR IN-BETWEEN Extra Added: "THE SHUTTERED ROOM"
Thompson on "God's Way
Gig Young Lynleyr
Is Love," to be delivered Sun

day, December 1, at 3 p.m.

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Spearing with...... I.' Four Black Stars On look All

'Q American Football Team

f Y Z d } NEW YORK. -Three fleet America team by acclamation.The around him, so someone can L John Didion, Oregon State.

Negro running backs and an Trojan Workhorse, in addition blind-side him." Running Backs O. J. Simp-

BY HARRY SPEAR elusive end have been namedto to his eye-catching runs Each of the members of the i i son, USC; Leroy'Keyes, Pur-

the Look Magazine A 11 and timely touchdowns,lugged All A mer lean teamwillre- due; Ron Johnson, Michigan.

American team. the ball for an average of more ceive a Linde "StarfortheStars" i i QuarterbackTerryHan-

FLORIDIANS STILL GOING STRONG The 22-man team, selectedby than 35 times a game and In ring in honor of his> ratty, Notre Dame.

the Football Writers Association one contest racked up 47 achievement.The Defense: Ends Ted Hen-
Dallas Thornton's birthday Is September 1 but be
you can of America, was announced charges into the line. complete roster of the i I drlcks, Miami; John Zook,
certain that he will be next November
celebrating on 20.
year in the current issue of Simpson's ability to take 1968 Look-FWAA All America Kansas. Tackles Bill Stan-
Wednesday was a red letter day for the 22-year-old Miami
Look. punishment Is even more team: fill, Georgia; Loyd Wainscott,
Floridian rookie guard. His wife of three months Marsha
The players chosen were: amazing, says Look, becauseas Offense: Ends-Flankers Texas. Middle Guard Ed
woke her husband at 6:30 a.m. Thornton had to report for a
Leroy Keyes of Purdue, 0. J. a San Francisco boy he Jerry Levias, SMUTed; White, California. Line-
for the
pre-induction physical U. S. Army at 8.
Simpson of Southern California seemed more like a candidatefor Kwallck, Penn State. Tackles Backers -Dennis Onkotz, Penn
After extensive examinations at the Armed Forces Entrance
Ron Johnson of Michiganand a wheelchair than a foot- Dave Ohio State State Chuck Kyle, Purdue
Examination Station in Coral Gables Thornton went home Foley, ; ; ;
Jerry Levlas of Southern ball star. A dietary deficiencyhad George Kunz, Notre Dame. Steve Kiner, Tennessee. Deep
with a possible reprieve for one year. Thorntonhas the same
Methodist. left him with bowed, thin Guards Charles Rosenfielder Backs-Mike Battle, USC;Jake
trouble Joe Namath knee.U.
as a right .
S. Air Force Captain Dr. Thomas Righetti describedThornton's Keyes, "a back of all legs and he wore braces for a Tennessee; Joe Armstrong Scott, Georgia; Roger Wehrli,
trades," has scored more time. Nebraska. Center- Missouri.
trouble as an Internal derangement of the right
touchdowns and registeredmore Wolverine Ron Johnson,
knee,with laxity of the medial and collateral ligaments. In ad- -- --
points than anyone before brother of major-league out-
dition he has a subluxlng patella and
quadriceps insufficiency.
him at Purdue,but he concedes fielder Alex Johnson, helped
Thornton has always played basketball with the aid of knee Rattlers
that until he was 14, he dim the memory of Michiganidol Squeeze By
braces. Col Lear Cook, In charge of the Coral Gables station,
couldn't beat his older sisterIn Tom Harmon. He passedHarmon's
stated "Thornton's complete file has been forwarded to
a race. "She was more athletic longstandingschool
the highest level for final evaluation.We have recommended a
than I was," he says witha yards gained and rush-
one year temporary disqualification. His Is
Bethune 23-20
table only by operation. flick of a smile. Ing attempts records in the
The Newport News,Va.,native seventh game of the season.
"Our policy concerning professional athletes eliminates
any credits his mother's Interest Split end Levias broke
possible criticism. In the event the athlete is examined and no An aroused BethuneCookman With 7,200 fans cheering,
in sports for much of his the color line In the Southwest
questions concerning his qualifications he Is inducted.When College Wildcat football Wyatt took the ball on the B-CC
any doubt exists the cases are sent on, first to Tampa, then success.My mother coacheda Conference and the hearts team surprised the mighty 15 and picked his way down the
Softball team for three SMUopponents with
Command Headquarters In Virginia and finally the Department pass Florida A&M Rattlers In one of sideline, slid to his left and
of the Army In Washington, D. C. We expect a responseto years. She was great -- she receptions, punt returns,runs their best showings of the midfield and scampered untouched -
didn't she said that and the said.
baby me -- passes, magazine
our recommendations In Thornton's case In about two year. into the end zone.
if I was Interested In football, In discussing how to defensethe
weeks. Two little things--one that Hardaway added the extra
. it to whatever the 6'10" 170lb.
was me Mustang
r = ------- up and deadlocked
Ii earned two points and another point B-CC
: : Keyes recallsIn Arkansas coach Frank
i that tallied one--spelled the FAMU 14-14.
the article. Broyles said "If Levias sees
difference between Bethune- Four plays later FAMU'sGinn
y Orenthal James Simpsonwon you, you won't tackle him.You tore
Cookman College and FAMU. through the center ofBCC's
reelection to the All have to have a lot of people
The Rattlers edged a stout defensive wall, shook

B-CC crew, 23-20, Saturday off three tacklers and went 63

afternoon before an overflowIng yards to score. FAMU added

Anderson to Get Award I 7,200 crowd at Memorial the extra point and led 21-14.
..,, Stadium. Midway in the second period

B-CC found Itself on the Wild-
L. I I FAMU, which earned undisputed -
Christopher Anderson of Ft. Cola Company of New York and first place In the Southern cat 21 after an exchange of

Pierce and a graduate of Lin- it goes to a high football star Intercollegiate Athletic punts.

coln Park Academy will re- who in the opinion of the selec- Conference with this victory, B-CC coach Jake McClairen

ceive the fifth annual Willie tion committee is following the knew it had been in a battle. sent quarterbacker Jackson

Lee Galimore Memorial tradition of the late great Gaither's Rattlers got their into the game to provide a rest

,...._. ._ for Wright. Jackson fumbled,
,( I- I.t 1"'f Scholarship Award during the Willi Galimore. Galimore 23 points in the first half and

THORNTON KELLER pregame activities of the 36th was an All American half were stopped completely In the but recovered the ball on his

annual Orange Blossom -back for the Rattlers and a second half by the B-CC Wild- first play.
Former University of Miami all star plays here, Novem- The next time White boomed

ber 27, with Oakland Oaks. Thursday, Nov. 28, Minnesota Classic sponsored by Florida fine running back for the cats.Twice the heavily favored through from his tackle position
Pipers Saturday Nov. 30 Denver Rockets Monday Dec. 2 A&M University here Decem- Chicago Bears.
chased Jackson Into the
ber 7.The. Anderson is a 6'2" 205 Rattlers drove to the B-CC two ,
Indiana Pacers. line and and nailed him for a
yard closer, only to end zone
classic of the
grid year pound defensive end.He is ma-
DOLPHINS SHOWED CLASS SUNDAYThe will match the FAMU Rattlers joring in automotive tech- be repelled by a big Wildcat two point safety. FAMU led at

against the A 1 cor nA&M nology in the School of Tech- forward wall. halftime 2314.
Miami Dolphins, assured of their best seasonal recordIn College Braves fromLorman, nology at FAMU. Anderson Is FAMU had been picked by as B-CC aroused in the third

three years in the American Football League, meet the high- Miss. The game will be played the son of Mrs.Maggie Anderson many as 24 points coming into period, refused to allow FAMUa

flying New York Jets Sunday at Shea Stadium. Kickoff Is 1:30 in the Orange Bowl Stadium of 1610 N. 15th St., Fort the game with B-CC.This was TD although the Rattlersonce

p.m.The with the kickoff schedule for Pierce. the final game for th e B-CC drove to the B-CC 8 yard

Jets clinched at least a tie for the Eastern Division 8:00 p.m. Saturday night, Previous award winners Wildcats, while FAMU has two line and another time to the 14.

championship Sunday by belting the San Diego Chargers 37-15 December 7. were Sam Anderson, Charles remaining.Ken Jackson recovered poise

behind a great passing show by quarterback Joe Namath. Only The four-year scholarship Goodrum, James Ownes, and Riley, senior 6 foot,184 and found the fleet Richardsonwith

Houston. (5-6) three games behind with three to play, has a Is presented by the Pepsi- Benny Johnson. pound quarterback, passed for a 25 yard pass in the
chance to tie New Yor'. t two touchdowns -- one an 11 fourth period for B-CC's final

The Jets have won eight, lost three while scoring 326 points I yard flip to KentSchoolfielda TD. Hardaway missed the extra

second highest in AFL. senior back and the other a 23 point attempt

The Dolphins came from 10 points down to whip the Boston Blossom yarder to Melvin Jones a 190 The Rattlers, who own a 7-1

Patriots 34-10.The victory Improved Miami's record to 4-6-1, Orange pound end.Herbert. mark, held B-CC to a minus

good enough for third place In the East. It also gave Coach Ging, the biggest 48 yards on the ground. In the

George Wilson another-improved-record season, since the ClassicSAT. ground gainer for FAMU wi thof B-CC quarterbacks hit 16
Dolphins finished 3-11 In 1966 and 4-10 last year. 142 yards in twenty 28 passes for 218 yards.

The Dolphins and Jets have played four times (five includ- galloped 63 yards, breakingthree Fullback Anthony Grisby,

ing a pre-season game in '66) and the New Yorkers have won ., DEC. 7 tackles enroute to the 212 pounds,Delray Beach fullback -

every outing. TD.Gerald had 25 yards In eight
Joe Namath, who leads the AFL In passing yardage with Bowl White, a 265 pound, carries, the best for B-CC.

2,730, completed 23 of 39 passes for 415 yards against the Orange senior lineman, broke throughth FAMU got 100 yards on the

Dolphins at New York In 1967.All three are records by a Dolphin e B-CC offensive wall to call ground and 160 yards In then

opponent. MIAMI. FLORIDA :. quarterback Jimmy Jackson! air. Riley hitting an amazing

Thus the Dolphins, who allowed Boston 225 passing yards, the end zone for the two point 14 of 18 passes. B-CC finished -

have a tough assignment. Split end George Sauer and flanker fla. A&MT safety. the season with a 4-4 rec-

Don Maynard present problems to any defense and both are Clewis Wright,B-CC senior ord.Gaither's

enjoying great seasons for the Improved Jets. ALLAH ASSEE, FLORIDAVS quarterback, tossed a 35 yard defensive team Is

Fullback Matt Snell has 603 yeards rushing to rank fifth in scoring pass to 190pound jun- one of the best In the nation,

the league and he carries a 4.1 average. ior end Ralph Wise to put the giving up an average of 39.8
Wildcats on the Scoreboard yards per game rushing. The

JIMMY BURNS TOURNAMENT A SUCCESSA AlcornA&MLARMON/ : early In the first period. Rattler's opponents have
: Guard Lamar Hardaway, gotten 127 yards total so far

field of 132 golfers most of them friends of Jimmy Burns, 210 pound Atlanta senior,boot., this season.In .
participated in the Second Annual Jimmy Burns Memorial Invitational MISSISSIPPI I ed the extra point which gave the B-CC and FAMU

Golf Tournament sponsored by the City of Miami at : B-CC a 7-6 lead. FAMU had series the Rattlers lead with

the Miami Lakes Country Club Saturday and Sunday. : missed the extra point attempt 18 wins to 1.
Frank Perpich of Coral Gables was low gross winner with TICKETS ON SALE NOW I after Schoolfield's TD.

back-to-back rounds of 71 for a 142 total and won the Jimmy : FAMU came back 75 yards
Burns Trophy for his effort. : to score in the second period,

Robert Lafferty, Jr. was low net leader for the event, and North's Travel 1 Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd Avenue : ending with Riley's 23 yard mpI RESTAURANTCOMpletely

topped the first flight with his 68-64 -- 132 score. Community Drugs, 6750 NW 15th Avenue I to Jones. Then came the two

At the awards banquet Lafferty, of the LaGorce Country j Economy Drugs, 1101 NW 3rd Avenue : point conversion -- a Riley equipped for

Club winner of the first low net trophy,announced that he, per- Brownsville Drugs, 4634 NW 27th Avenue : pass to De Witt Anderson,a 198 lean. No invtstmtnt.

sonally would donate a full year scholarship to be presented Grand Drugs, 3640 Grand Avenue I pound Gainesville sophomore.That Next to busy bar.
't'm Jimmy Burns name. : made the score 14-7.
Nine pro golfers participated. Charles DeLucca leading Richmond Heights Drugs, 14638 Lincoln Blvd. Alvin Wyatt, a 185 pound Air ConditionedLow

them all with 75-69 -- 144 mark. Others competing were all- Harlem Drugs, 4860 NW 7th AvenueL I Junior Jacksonville halfback,

time greats Gene Sarszen, Chick Herbert,and Vic Chezzl; and & L Men's Shop, 128 N. Miami Avenue I thrilled the crowd seconds lat- Rent

Vince Allen, Bob Elchstaedt, Babe Hart, and Eddie Bush. er with a 85 yard kickoff TD 315-6834

Standing; Stan Marks left to right Dr. Berate Guerins, I runback behind fierce B-CC
Mayor Steve Clark, Jim Matthews and Glenn Whittle. .blocking.

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30 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday, November 29. 1968

Carver Slayer Without Gets ParoleIn Life BlackEmployees/ Win Promotions After ChargesTraining

Ranches Ft. Lauderdale, Stanley of construction, The Bureau of Apprenticeship this challenge In Its presen t Problems sponsored by the
Everett Rice, 26 years old workers must be taken out of' Northrup charged," has state," he said. Chamber of Commerce of the
News confessed to killing 11yearold the hands of the unions and the long been completely under Both BartlettandNorthui 3 U.S.
LovellNelsonWlll1amsJr. Labor Department's Bureau of union domination and has, in Industrial Later the 300 Industry lead-
warned big companies
By Wolter Bo,.j with a sawed off shotgun. Apprenticeship if the building fact, become a home for retired waiting In the wings, ers adopted a resolution
Circuit Court Judge industry expects to tap its best aging and defeated union designating the Chamber as a
GeorgeW. ready to enter the industr f
Post No. 8195 to
The South "catalyst" attack
potential source of craftsmen business agents." Industry
will hold its regular meeting Tedder Jr.sentenced Riceto with a d v a n c e d technology tc 3
life Imprisonment with a the minority groups, a U. S. Negro youngsters are the take business from conventional problems.
Sunday, Dec. 1, at 5 p.m. at Chamber of best of away
recommendation that he will Commerce hope the construction contractors.And Under the Chamber, the
the post be home.present.Members Our membership never be given a parole. symposium was told in Wash- industry, already plagued by both of them criticizedthe 1 I resolution proposed,a task
please In Miami, Anto Julio Con- ington this week. labor shortages, because of escalation of wage scale;I force would inventory existing
drive Is now on all
"What above all is neededare "the college orientation of
stanzo 32, a Cuban was riddled and continuing high union de, manpower skills, develop re-
veterans who served overseasare
strong vocational schools white youth today he
by .45 caliber machine gun said. mands In the construction Industry crafting and training pro-
to this or-
eligible join
bullets on Friday night. He is graduating persons who are But Northrup didn't put all as an inflationarythreat grams, strengthen collective
ganization. Contact our quarter ready for craft work with only the blame for the industry's
said to be in a critical con- to the whole economy bargaining, seek to eliminate
master Folia Boyd, 5409 dition at the Jackson Memorial six months or a year of additional ills on unions. The crisis is They spoke at the concluding: restrictive work practices and
SW 25th St. West Hollywood,
on-the-Job training"Herbert primarily that of the contrac-
Hospital. [l recommend legislation tailored
session of a two-day National -
or Commander Walter Bowe R. Northrup of the tors, who h a v e been slow to to the industry's needs.
Conference Construction
for any information you want. Gets 20 Years Wharton School said "The adapt to modern technologyand on
Ask any of our members for current four andtlve-yearap. methods, he said. "The
application forms. Donald Lee Epps, 20 years prenticeships are outmoded." construction industry will
The Carver Ranches Fire old, accused of first degree Northrup said the nation and survive," Northrup concluded. BRAND NEW
Department meets every Mon- murder in killing a neighborwith the industry can no longer afford "Existing companies nuy 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME. AWAY
day night at 8 p.m. Members a shotgun last November this horse-and-buggy not." HOMES FROM HOME

please be present at the Fire pleaded guilty to a charge of preach in a jet age. And we The same warning was Issued Under Construction Tourist AccommodationsDo
Hall.The second degree murder and was must put our Negro citizens earlier by Under Secre- 9280 NW 12th Avenue you have a friend or re-
Ladies Auxiliary to sentenced by Judge Harold into gainful employment." tary of Commerce Joseph W. 9300 NW 12th Avenue lavtive visiting? Beautiful
Post 8195, will have their Fri Vann to 20 years Imprisonment Bartlett. He said the inability 1366 NW 96th Street private home for rent.Dail y
day and Saturday night Fish Elongated apprentice of the United States to produce 940 NW 43rd Street basis.Air cond.,wall/wall
Fry this weekend the publicis periods are being used today low-cost housing is"a noxious FINE CUSTOM FEATURES carpet, all utilities furn.
invited. Turkey Raffle, at John Bowe's "as a means of maintainingthe social problem." Priced from $25,700For including garage, TV &

Progressive Lodge No. 60 Lounge in Hallandale. Mr. status quo, discouraging Yet I am afraid that the Details, Call Phone.
West Hollywood are thanking McArthur Roker was the lucky persons from seeking train- housing industry which contin- Shown by Appoint. Call 9
everyone who took part in the winner. ing and limiting the number of ues to build traditionally AETNA REALTY a.m.to5 p.m. 691-5283 or
craftsmen," he said. brick by brick cannot meet, 811 NW 54th Street Evenings & Weekends:
Phone: 757-5724 696-2538
BINDERS Open Evenings until 9 HORSES TO WATCH Exclusive Agent

BALDWIN Open Saturdays until 5:30 Grand William ready in 5,000 class.
"* Open Sundays 1t30to5pe.wa4l Bley's Queen should have won last.
Rocket Distroyer A maiden ready for 5, 000 company
If iauitatioa Ulmer Boy spoofing for a spot, ready. SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY

I'm Linton Berrien and I'd Fab's Joy should have won last out.

like to invite you to visit me at
I Binder-Baldwin Music Center ,
? where we can discuss the aaVan- 4REALTYJ AND COMPLETE ITALIAN RESTAURANT

&I tages of music for you and your
:." I family. Call me personally at Building, land, and licenses Lock, stock

(371.8661, or come in to see me. \ IROKER and barrel. $10,000 cash handles. Special I
i 1'1be/ happy to see you.
terms. If are an experienced and
you operator
Mr. Berrien, who has recently joined Binder-Baldwin
is unusually well-equipped to advise you about pianos, OPEN 7 DAYS can take advantage of a once in a I lifetime

organs and musical instruments. former concert artist deal, then call Stan for details.

l who has played throughout the United States, he is SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
presently teaching music in our Dade County school Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS on 75x100 fenced
system. lot. Open front porch, pump and well for lawn, UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE INC.
jalousie windows, gas heat, plastic pool for the 4600 NW 1th AVENUE 751-8642
;: i iY children. Good FHA buy at $14,500 with $450
.;;r w.y. down and $97.01 month and seller pays costs.

Nice 2 bedroom CBS at 6919 N. Miami Avenue,
Fla room, carport tile roof, hardwood floors, King Really Inc. of Miami
sidewalk. This well located home is only $ ,
FHA with $400 down and $83.55 month. "King Size BUY' REAL TORS 8000 NW 7th

'j f Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, terrazzo floors,
: t. pump and well for sprinklers, jalousie windows, CALL
."' 'h I gas heat, rear porch, appliances. FHA price 693-20a I
.fk\ $14,500, $450 down and $97.01 month.
\i 1} '" ,.. Outstanding 4 bedroom, 2 with every.
.** thing. Screened in 33x16 swimming pool, >44x12
.t'XY ,"'" covered patio, beautifully landscapedfenced in
Flano Illustrated fe the Baldwin j v.,r. / grounds, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, central
Contemporary, in hancl.rubbecl'J ir" heatawnings, jalousie windows, sidewalks, etc.
walnut. $816 including bench. J'SALE ,',\ ; ,, FHA price ,$23,500, $1,700! down and $150.52 mo.
,",, .

FOR THE FIRST TIME! Large 3 bedroom home on beautiful fenced lot. Gorgeous corner, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage,
AS LOW AS Fla room, enclosed porch, new roof, awning win. double carport, FHA. $1,000 down, $600 dp vets.
A NEW dows, special pump and well for lawn, carpeting Sprinklers, well and pump.
$ stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
BALDWIN 694ttnth $10,000. Reasonable down payment and terms. 9800 NW 19 AVENUE
Zoned for nursery or home. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath,
NOREDTAPE-WVEMfiHTIH! : :; double carport, wall to wall carpeting well
PIANO optional Very neat 3 bedroom, 2 bath ,frame. hone at 720 : pump and sprinklers, utility, FHA $800,down ,
$32 down,$24 a month NW 53rd St. Large Fla room, large open front .' vets $500. ,
A rare opportunity! We made a terrific buy on brand porch, garage, wall to wall carpeting,' WATERFRONT POOL
new Baldwin pianos and are able to pass on the sav- : drapes stove refrigerator cor.'Ct"j 1011' HW 81 STREET BEAUTY
ings to you! Prices start at $694 and are the lowest we only $10O0O.heaiasabledown: payment! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carpeting, drapes built-in
have seen for true Baldwin quality! Every piano has the range andoven. ,

full Baldwin guarantee. Choose from many styles, WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES- ***
French and Italian Provincial, Contemporary, Classic, NO QUALIFYING ***
Traditional and Mediterranean styles. Many finishes, including YOU CAN Buy ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
walnut, cherry, mahogany, oak, muple. Easy $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING 1050 NW 91 STREET
Z bedrooms
terms arranged. We'll give you a liberal trade-in allowance DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY $111 month ,for 2 this baths bargain., garage, utility room, only

for your present piano or organ. If you would .
like music in your home for the holidays, come see us. e 1 3145 NW 193 TERRACE *

Beautiful 3 bedrooms, wall to wall carpeting,
SPECIAL I PURCHASE NEW JANSSEN central heat, Fla room, built-in range and oven,

PIANOS . lifetime warranty. Ebony finish. ,; month garage, awnings all. well, pump and sprinklers. $102
Bench Optional. Easy terms: as little as $20 BROKERREALTY
down. Compare at $595. $39 r BUILDING AND EXTRA LOT 3157 NW 22 AVE

4932 NW 7th Ave. .: Restaurantequipment already In.Call us for terms. ,
Will rent with
option to buy.
Miami'I Authorised Baldwin Piano. Organ & Guitar Dtalcr: I

,, ..., PL 9-437! ..r OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 !HOUR SERVICE ;

We specialize in homes
2020 Biscayne Blvd. a FR 1-3661 SUITE 208 6244666 ;t in Urban Renewal area persons, Miami being Housing displaced -

Park Free-Op.. 'til 9, Sat. 'til 5:30, Sun. 1.JO to 5. Projects. Veterans call to see if
Open Evenings Sundays. .' You're only a phonecall awayi you qualify I
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3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CBS 3 office with receptionroom.

-10 WORDS OR LESS $2.00. 100 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD. Choice area near 90th St,air- BLACK TALENT Fully paneled, corpeted -
conditioned central heat,built URGENTLY NEEDED and air conditioned,
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS TUESDAY 6 P. M. in kitchen and fenced yard, Actors and actresses, for up- I ideal for law office or real

-- screen patio. A real beauty. coming movies and commer- estate. 400 NW 5th St. FR

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE ALLAPATTAH 633-0426 REALTY. cials.758-7601 Experience for appointment preferred.Call 35781. (N 29))

"FHA" 3020 NW 162nd St. FHA $400 SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS' I
3 bedrooms CBS, lovely area,, 6DUPLEX6FHA down $87 month. Modern 3 1261 NW 41st Street FLOOR WAXERS. TOP PAY. CocaColaBOTTLING
tremendous value at $14,500., FINANCINGLOW 3745444.
bedroom CBS tile floors, jal. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS Fla.
down to vets, plus DOWN PAYMENT
$100 windows air-conditioned, CO.
room good close in location.
closing cost, others $350. :NORTH MIA MI BEACH AREA. stove and refrigerator, large ALLAPATTAH REALTY HOUSEMENDay

Awnings, hardwood floors, BROKERS INVITED fenced yard, close to elemen- 633-0436 work-prestige hotel.Uni- Route
etc. call us to show by appoint Call J. Z. 587-2470 tary school, bus and shopping. forms, fringe benefits, good

ment only. Fenster Realty 101 NW 84th Street and 111 TUBIN, Realtors, 7906NW 7th EXECUTIVE HOME ON LAKE food. If you have transportation SalesmanSalary

Broker, 759-8779. NW85th St. Brand new mag Ave. Phone 691-4785. Custom built 3 bedroom, 2 and reliable and sober. while

niflcent :3 bedroom, 2 bath] bath, fish, ski and swim, boat A steady job waits for you.
"ATTENTION INVESTORS"We homes. Tile roof, terrazzo FHA $450 down $100 month 2 dock, patio, fruit trees. Call DIPLOMAT HOTEL training

have several fine duplexesand floors, Florida rooms,garage bedroom CBS home and 2 income 685-1531 Apply Personnel Office Only Must be 21 or over

up to 18 units. CBS, well rear patio's, central heat and apartments, completely Associates Realty Corp., Lower lobby 10.12or2.4p.m. and a resident of
located properties. Duplexes air, beautiful built-in kit- furnished, fenced yard, drive Realtors 3515 S. Ocean Dr. HollywoodMUSICIANS theGreater
chens. From by 730 NW75th Street and callus
from $12,500 up FHA or con:
ventional. Call us for appoint If you want the very best cal to inspect. TUBIN, Real- WANTEDto MiamiArea

ment to show. Fenster Realty Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW tors, 7906 NW 7th A venue.Ph. FOR RENT form small band. Call 757-

Broker,,759-8779. 7 54th St., Phone 757-5724,open 6914785. 5 room house. Furn. 2 bedrooms 0292. Apply in person at: ...

3 BEDROOM days. No qualifying. $1,000down$95month $25 week. 39th St.near 301 Nfc\ 29th Street

2380 NW 141stStreet 530 pays all. 181 NW 50th 13th Ave. 758-0709. Beautician wanted. Supreme between 10 a.m.
NW 69th St. Fantastic St. 2 bedroom CBS Fla. 9110 NW
for this size home. Large Wig and Beauty Salon.
Best buy buy !III! 1 Two houses and 3
Will be painted to specification ,CBS,Extra room, carport, utility room, Room. Quiet and reasonablerent 17th Avenue. Call 691-9392 or p.m.

Hardwood floors, $400 down, large swimming pool,air- extra large fenced yard. for middle age man.Pre- 751-7449 (DC. 13)) Monday through FridayA1EMPLOYMENJ
conditioned. FHA total price< Across street from elemen-
to vets 221 no closingcost. ferable one that works during-
$100. See, call Owner Brok- $18,000, $l,200downpaymentmonthly tary school and near bus and day. 7593360. CLEAN DEPARTMENT
$116.00. Seeing is believing
shopping TUBIN Realtors, STORES
call Aetna Realt] 7906 NW 7th Ave. 691-4785. 3 room CBS house on rear of 8 to 10 a.m. TOP PAY. 374-
"FHA"Large (Broker) 811 NW 54th St. Ph
3 bedroom home in 757-5724, open 7 days. FHA lot, free city water. Sing 1 e- 5444. In Broward 5246500.
person or working couple.See
Close in, car-
family 2 bedrooms attached BABY SITTERS NEEDEDFor Hotel I
port, lots and lots of extras. 3425 NW 176th Terrace CB reverse cycle, air conditioning garage 1143 NW 37th St. Call 665-612 6. all areas. Miss Ginger'sBaby Domestic Restaurant, Factory

Excellent value. $100 down 340 to 3 bedroom, Florida room, brand new refrigerator Room in private home for a Sitting Service.891-1561 534 N. MIAMI AVENUE
vets,others$350.Drive by fenced, FHA $13,900, $850.0( freezer com lnat1on.Just settled sober
NW 59th St. Shown by appoint down (Vets $500) monthly North of 95th St. on 26th Ave. 634-9654., man. Workdays. Experienced operator, heavy
ment only. Fenster Realty, $90.10. Hurryl! Hurry! Hurry! $350 down, $85 month. clientele 5 days. Frances A-l

Broker 759-8779. Aetna Realty(Broker),811 m PHELPS REALTY BROKER in Beautyrama. FR 4-3618 or
Large room private home.
54th Street, Phone: 757-5724,, 8932 Bird Rd. 223-4941 691-3043 evenings (Dec. 6) FEE Drivers, Men
2 bedroom home all Liberty City area. Cooking facilities with cars, Fork lift, Labor.
Large open 7 days. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH available. 2125NW64th ers, Warehousemen. $ $ $
settled to
location WANTED lady
furnished. Lovely Drive by 3831 NW 171st St. St. 7588128. Dally. Open 5130 a.m.
buses etc. No MONTH baby sit in my homo Monday
near schools, $ PAYS ALL Beautiful CBS, plus sleeping
FHA. Conventional only.Driveby 2 bedrooms, CBS$10,000total porch or workshop. $500 down -- through Friday 9-6 SaturdayCall
Excellent 1851 NW 1st Court. 635-7716 after 6 p.m.
766 NW 59th St.
price $9,700 mortgage. FHA terms. $125 month pays
terms Call to show. Fenster $500 cash includes everything all. Vacant immediate posses- Efficiency$20 wk. 2 bedroomapt.

Realty, Broker 759-8779. Richard Reinhold &Co.,14444 sion. A. Ben Kori Realtor,, $25 wk. Call Rev. Bowles: MALE OR FEMALESilk MENSOUTHERN

W. Dixie Highway, N. Miami anytime, 7592425. OX 1-7964. Nice places, very and wool presser,experi-
CORNER BEAUTY 9496371. good environment. Only one enced only. 12? and 24?. Call

$600 DOWN Modern CBS 2 bedroom 1 bait child. 945-7161. (Indef.) -
3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida "BUILD YOUR OWN HOME' '_
screened porch, fenced, Roomjn private home. Pri-
room, foodar a ma, built-in lots, beautifully located on NV sprinkler, close to bus, shopping vate entrance. Call after 4. Morning cook, part time.
stove, drapes, carpet, fenced. 32nd Ave. and NW 214th St. FHA $300 down $80 mo 6357626. Mama Bells Pig,, Pen Bar-B- BELL

Total $16,500. 2 75 x 110. Low price,own Veterans or displaced persons, CHILD CARE Que. 1294 NW 62nd St. 691-

GEM REALTY er anxious. Also we have other $100 down Atlantic and Pacific 9798. NEEDS
945-2722 REALTORS lots located in Washington Realtors 666-0411.
Park. Excellent location.Fen- Childcare in my home. Ages Insurance salesman. Career

STORE BUILDINGFOR step Realty, Broker,759-877 GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP 2 months to 3 years.Free pickup opportunity, full or part time
SALE WAREHOUSE SALE and delivery. For further be your own boss. 754-5568. YOU !
2908 NW 62nd Street $700 DOWN FHA 1-5 information. Call 7582472.
Beautiful location across from No closing cost, 2 bedroom,,, Sunday Only Hostesses barmaids wanted -
5421 2nd Avenue
Sunshine Store,$3000 down or large living room, Fla. room,,, Drapes, rugs, sheets 50(,, Mothers day care for young top pay and tips in one of NO EXPERIENCENECESSARY
$13,500 cash. Call at 6919534Dec. large eat-in kitchen with range chairs babies from three months to Miami's leading night clubs.
towels 10f, rugs $5, ,
30 garage that can be converted suit $1 radios $2 waffle one year.Monday,Wednesday, Apply 6011 NW 7th Avenue APPLY,
cases ,
into playroom, plus utility desk- Thursday, and Saturday. 691- 245: N.E. 2nd .".
broilers :
SEWING MACHINESAll house, awning windows. Close irons, 7418. MISCELLANEOUSDraperies 8325 N.L 2nd Av,.
makes and models. Original to schools, stores,playgrounc $5, tables $2, vacuum clean- 1101 S.W. 24th St.

guarantee plus 1 year free and bus. Drive by, do not dis- ers $5, bedroom suites, like Mothers, mothers, if you are taken down, Open half daysSaturdays

service. No credit check, no trub owner. 191 NW 84th St. new $60, wrought iron dining looking for a clean home,good cleaned, decorator folded and
gimmicks. Call for home dem-" Then call room set $10, cedar chests food experienced babysister, renting.. Lustra-tone Drapery iot downtown location

-onstration. 685-1564. AlA REALTY 751-1401; : $10, typewriters, files$5,, whom, you can trust, call us. Service, 887-8022. (indef) li ((ill l lMrtity tiptori
Blvd. bookcases $2, bar $10, lounge< .
7613 Biscayne
633-6607 Night 633-2002
DIAL-A-MATIC chairs $1, refrigerators $20, Day Experienced lady wants small
and delivery -
633-2732. Free pickup
ZIG-ZAG $6.43 157 NW 45th St. 4 bedroom,, dressing tables $2, wash (indef) bundles at home. Phone 691-

sewing machine A-l shape, 1 bath plus 1 bedroom and 1 1 er-dryer $35,dishwasher$10, 6553. I SOUTHERN BELL
less than 6 months old, $33 bath can be used as rental, gas stove $10, 2,000 dresses, ---UUUUHIU1lI lIIUgIInIflUuIflIIIIIIUUUUIIUIIUIIIURRtlUIUUIIIIHelp ..

cash. $6.43 monthly. Will take FHA $17,000, down yment shoes, bags 25? each, children -

old machine as part payment. $700, seller pays all closing clothes 10?, books 10?, WantedCooks NEEDS
Call wigs $3, sweaters 50?, coat:
credit manager day or costs. Fenced rear yard,large
night. Free inspection. 685- kitchen, over 2,000 square feel $1, fur coats $5, toys 10?. 0

1564. of house. Bring deposit when
48 NW 68th Street Cashiers .
you see this one! Aetna Realrj
SINGER SLANT-O-MATIC Broker, 811 NW 54th St. Ph Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. P. .
Pretty CBS 2 bedroom, 1 ball
ZIG ZAG $9 757-5724. :
Like new. Sold for over $300 Florida room, garage, fence, Hostesses .E. tR'
beautiful landscape, fine area .
Fancy designs. No attach- 2116 NW 96th Terrace- 2 bed-
$350 down, $94 month.Vets 01 Waitresses Waiters
ments needed Guaranteed. room, CBS bargain $11,5X( I down ; . '
Reliable person makes 10 payments .. total price, $500 down, low,, displaced persons $100
; Realtors
and Pacific
of $9 will take older ma- low monthly payment- why pal Atlantic Salad-Girls Bus Girls A. .
chine in trace. Call CREDIT rent move today.Aetna Realty 666-0411. :.

MANAGER day ornlght we de (Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,, .
liver. 685-1564. Phone 757-5725. $129 per$200 month pays all for Utility WorkersGood T

_ this large 3 bedroom 1 12I
Investor:!i 0"NOW
4 BEDROOM 2 BATH Speculators bath home with large Fla, benefits
tw< fringe
16155 NW 29th Avenue 5140 NW 12th Avenue ,
,. room, on large lot.
Like new CBS huge Fla. room houses, total price $9,000 Florida Realty and MortgagE R.
;!I vacation round
down one mortgage pay paid year
extra large lot. Large utility $700 Corp Realtors ,
off in less than:! 10 years-$101()
room. $600 down FHA $200 to 6445 Pembroke Rd. 944-0771 S
Vets 221 No closing cost. monthly. Absolutely no quali. or 9475902. employmentAPPLY
See, call 6932631. Broker- fying, like money in the bank.

Owner. Aetna Realty(Broker),811 N", Assume existing FHA mortgager :

54th St., Phone 757-5724. on this beautiful poo:l
home. No closing cost. $120 Dobbs Houses NO.IX'IIUINCI" ;M.t "NCJ,
3020 3030 NW 58th Street month includes taxes and in f Ylol '

Like new, 2 bedroom, living 9648 LITTLE RIVER BLVD surance. 9 A.M.-5 P. M.MIAMIINTERNATIOHAL /:1.5.: f'W \fe.It

room, dining room, large kit- 3 Bedroom 1 bath, beautif ul i Florida Realty and Mortgage AIRPORT Open holidays Saturdaysat

chen, tile bath, only$400 down big lot, FHA terms. Corp Realtors CONCOURSE #4 downtown location
$100 to vets 221. no clos1n&tcost. & ALLAPATTAH REALTY 6445 Pembroke Rd. 944-0771 J (D-20)) An EiMl Owwlvntty IrrwtawrCLASSIFIED

See, call owner 693-2631 633-0426 or 947-5902. IIWJI llUIDIJUnmmumwUlmmmmnnnn



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